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The theory and practice of gas-lighting: in which is exhibited an historical sketch of the rise and progress of the science ; and the theories of light, combustion, and formation of coal; with descriptions of the most approved apparatus for generating, collecting, and distributing, coal-gas for illuminating purposes. With fourteen appropriate plates. By T.S. Peckston

1819_Peckam_The_Theory_and_Practice_of_Gas_lighting

Referenze / References

Autore / author
Peckston, Thomas Snowdon
Anno / year
1819
Titolo / title
The theory and practice of gas-lighting: in which is exhibited an historical sketch of the rise and progress of the science; and the theories of light, combustion, and formation of coal ; with descriptions of the most approved apparatus for generating, collecting, and distributing, coal-gas for illuminating purposes. With fourteen appropriate plates. By T.S. Peckston
Editore / publisher
London: Printed for Thomas and George Underwood, 32, Fleet-Street
Soggetto / subject
United Kingdom; Illumination; Gas Lighting; Coal; Petroleum
Lingua / language
English
Tipo di Risorsa / Resource Type
Books & e-books
Note / Notes
It is recommended this item be cited as: Peckston, Thomas Snowdon. 1819. The theory and practice of gas-lighting: in which is exhibited an historical sketch of the rise and progress of the science ; and the theories of light, combustion, and formation of coal; with descriptions of the most approved apparatus for generating, collecting, and distributing, coal-gas for illuminating purposes. With fourteen appropriate plates. By T.S. Peckston. London: Printed for Thomas and George Underwood, 32, Fleet-Street. Available online in the Petroleum History Library at https://www.museoenergiaripi.it/?p=3400&preview=true