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An account of the new invented Pennsylvanian fire-places: wherein their construction and manner of operation is particularly explained; their advantages above every other method of warming rooms demonstrated; and all objections that have been raised against the use of them, answered and obviated. With directions for putting them up, and for using them to the best advantage. And a copper-plate, in which the several parts of the machine are exactly laid down, from a scale of equal parts.

An account of the new invented Pennsylvanian fire-places: wherein their construction and manner of operation is particularly explained; their advantages above every other method of warming rooms demonstrated; and all objections that have been raised against the use of them, answered and obviated. With directions for putting them up, and for using them to the best advantage. And a copper-plate, in which the several parts of the machine are exactly laid down, from a scale of equal parts.

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Creator: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
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Date: 1744.
Publisher: Printed and sold by B. Franklin.
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Signatures: leaf (t.-p.) unsigned, A-E⁴ (E₂ numbered E₃; E₄ blank)
Book-plate of Henry Stevens of Vermont.
SML,FRA 381 Ac2 1744: Signatures wanting.
SML,FRA 381 Ac2 +1744b: Negative photostat on 22 l. (22 x 28 cm.) each leaf showing confronting pages of original.
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1 p. l., 37, [1] p. 2 diagr. (1 fold.)
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Object ID: 16634418
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