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The theory and Practice of Warming and Ventilating Public Buildings, Dwelling-houses, and Conservatories. Including a general view of the changes produced in atmospheric air by respiration, combustion, and putrefaction, with the means of obviating its deleterious agency; and a description of all the known varieties of stoves, grates, and furnaces. With an examination of their comparative advantages for economising fuel and preventing smoke
Thomas and George Underwood, 1825 Book. Very Good. hardback. 1st Edition. hardback, octavo, quarter cloth backstrip with a darkened paper title to spine, original paper covered boards rubbed at leading corners, hinges neatly reinforced and stitching tight, bookplate of a previous owner to front pastedown and dated signature of same to front free endpaper, scattered spotting but an unmarked text, nineteen b&w plates bound in at front and which are age-toned to margins, lightly spotted in part and with marked foxing to Plate 19, xii + 340pp. Uncommon..
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