Reasons why the canal for the inland navigation, from the Shannon to Dublin, should be cut thro' the Bog of Allen, rather than any other part of the kingdom.
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Dublin : Printed by W. Sleater, 1756.
Bound with the following in Pamphlets vol. 248: Inland navigation from Dublin to Shannon-- tracts concerning : the Irish collieries and canal defended, in answer to a pamphlet entitled a letter to Commissioner of the inland navigation concerning the Tyrone collieries. Dublin : G. and A. Ewing, 1752. (22 p. ; 8vo) -- Description of the rival lines for and inland navigation from Dublin to the Shannon, with some remarks upon them. Dublin, 1756. (8 p. ; 8vo) -- Observations on a pamphlet lately published entitled : a description of the rival lines for inland navigation, &c. Dublin : William Smith, 1766. (24 p. ; 8vo) -- Mr. Omer's letter to teh public, comptroller of the inland navigation examined, and the observations on the said letter observed upon. Dublin, 1755. (19 p. ; 8vo) -- Abridgement of the several statutes for promoting and carrying on an inland navigation in Ireland, with an alphabetical table of the principal matters. Dublin, 1768. (83 p. ; 8vo).
Physical description: 12 p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Higgs, 1323
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