1 edition of Practical guide for the manufacture of paper and boards found in the catalog.
Practical guide for the manufacture of paper and boards
Publisher"s catalogue: 22 p. at end.
|Statement||by A. Proteaux.... With additions, by L. S. Le Normand. Tr. from the French, with notes, by Horatio Paine ... To which is added a chapter on the manufacture of paper from wood in the United States, by Henry T. Brown|
|Contributions||Lenormand, Louis Sébastien, b. 1757, Paine, Horatio, Brown, Henry T.|
|LC Classifications||TS1105 .P95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[iii]-xi, -292, 22 p., 6 leaves of plates (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||80036367|
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Practical guide for the manufacture of paper and boards. Philadelphia, H.C. Baird, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Albert Prouteaux; Louis Sébastien Lenormand; Horatio Paine; Henry T Brown.
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By A. Proteaux. From the French, by Horatio Paine, A.B., M.D. To which is added the Manufacture of Paper from Wood, by Henry T.
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