APA Citation

Rumsey, J. (1788). A short treatise on the application of steam: Whereby is clearly shewn, from actual experiments that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen against rapid currents with great velocity. Great velocity. [sic] : The same principles are also introduced with effect, by a machine of a simple and chep [sic] construction, for the purpose of raising water sufficient for the working of grist-mills, saw-mills, &c. and for watering meadows and other purposes of agriculture. Philadelphia,: Printed by Joseph James: Chesnut-Street..

Chicago Style Citation

Rumsey, James. A Short Treatise On the Application of Steam: Whereby Is Clearly Shewn, From Actual Experiments That Steam May Be Applied to Propel Boats or Vessels of Any Burthen against Rapid Currents With Great Velocity. Great Velocity. [sic] : The Same Principles Are Also Introduced With Effect, By a Machine of a Simple and Chep [sic] Construction, for the Purpose of Raising Water Sufficient for the Working of Grist-mills, Saw-mills, &c. and for Watering Meadows and Other Purposes of Agriculture. Philadelphia,: Printed by Joseph James: Chesnut-Street., 1788.

MLA Citation

Rumsey, James. A Short Treatise On the Application of Steam: Whereby Is Clearly Shewn, From Actual Experiments That Steam May Be Applied to Propel Boats or Vessels of Any Burthen against Rapid Currents With Great Velocity. Great Velocity. [sic] : The Same Principles Are Also Introduced With Effect, By a Machine of a Simple and Chep [sic] Construction, for the Purpose of Raising Water Sufficient for the Working of Grist-mills, Saw-mills, &c. and for Watering Meadows and Other Purposes of Agriculture. Philadelphia,: Printed by Joseph James: Chesnut-Street., 1788.

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