APA Citation

Truss, C. (1791). Considerations on the present state of the navigation of the river Thames from Maidenhead to Isleworth: And also on the utility and advantage of a navigable canal from Boulter's Lock, near Maidenhead, to Isleworth : proposed by the Corporation of the City of London and the Commissioners of the Upper District in the year 1770, agreeable to the survey of Messieurs Brindley and Whitworth. [London?: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Truss, Charles. Considerations On the Present State of the Navigation of the River Thames From Maidenhead to Isleworth: And Also On the Utility and Advantage of a Navigable Canal From Boulter's Lock, Near Maidenhead, to Isleworth : Proposed By the Corporation of the City of London and the Commissioners of the Upper District in the Year 1770, Agreeable to the Survey of Messieurs Brindley and Whitworth. [London?: s.n.], 1791.

MLA Citation

Truss, Charles. Considerations On the Present State of the Navigation of the River Thames From Maidenhead to Isleworth: And Also On the Utility and Advantage of a Navigable Canal From Boulter's Lock, Near Maidenhead, to Isleworth : Proposed By the Corporation of the City of London and the Commissioners of the Upper District in the Year 1770, Agreeable to the Survey of Messieurs Brindley and Whitworth. [London?: s.n.], 1791.

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