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Sullivan, John L. (John Langdon), 1777-1865 Library of Congress/NACO

Sullivan, John L. 1777-1865 ISNI-test

VIAF ID: 245761081 (Personal)

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Address to the mayor, the aldermen, and inhabitants of new york, supplemental to col. clinton's report, on water demonstrating ... the advantages of a rock-water company, with banking privileges, appropriating the surplus to public baths, and cleansing streets, also, a proposition to the manhattan company, to fill their aqueduct with rock-water xR Extended Titles-test
Answer of mr. sullivan, to the letter and mis-statements of the hon. cadwallader d. colden as the advocate of the monopoly of steam and fire in navigating the rivers, coasts, and lakes of new york xR Extended Titles-test
A commentary on the New system of naval architecture of William Annesley, architect Library of Congress/NACO
Demonstration of the right to the navigation of the waters of new york without the license of the owners of the monopoly of steam and fire granted to robert r. livingston and robert fulton comprehending the opinions of judges and counsel on the case, and suggesting the means by which a valuable branch of business of increasing importance may be opened and secured for a long period xR Extended Titles-test
Description from the Franklin journal of a timber rail road artificially durable, and of the Baltimore rail road carriage Library of Congress/NACO
Description of a sub-marine aqueduct to supply new-york with water from new-jersey connected with a commercial canal and rail-way, for the direct western trade of this city xR Extended Titles-test
A description of the American marine rail-way, as constructed at New York, by Mr. John Thomas, naval architect. With explanantions of its principle, and manifestations of its safety for ships of war. Library of Congress/NACO
Explanation by John L. Sullivan, of the nature of certain grants to him for the use of steam boats on Connecticut River and of the nature of his claims to admission into the state of New York with his patented improvements in steam boats xR Extended Titles-test
Explanation by John L. Sullivan, of the nature of certain grants to him for the use of steam boats on Connecticut River and of the nature of his claims to admission into the state of New-York with his patented improvements in steam boats : in a letter addressed to the editor of the New-York Evening Post xR Extended Titles-test
Letters first published in the Boston daily advertiser in answer to certain inquiries relative to the Middlesex Canal xR Extended Titles-test
Manner of transacting the canal business, at landings no. 1 & 2, in Charlestown for the information of those persons who may be concerned therein xR Extended Titles-test
On inland navigation, by the Merrimack xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Rate of dockage, wharfage, and storage at the landing-places of the Middlesex Canal, 1809 xR Extended Titles-test
Refutation of Mr. Colden's "Answer" to Mr. Sullivan's report to the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactories in New-Jersey upon the intended encroachments of the Morris Canal Company in diverting from their natural course the waters of the Passaic xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Regulation relative to rafts on Middlesex Canal xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Remarks on the importance of inland navigation from Boston by the Middlesex Canal and Merrimack River in the present and probable future state of foreign commerce xR Extended Titles-test
A report descriptive of a route for a rail road, 1831: Library of Congress/NACO
Report, on the origin and increase of the Paterson manufactories and the intended diversion of their waters by the Morris Canal Company: also on post rail roads, as the means of cheap conveyance throughout New-Jersey, of bringing Susquehanna coal to the iron mines and forges, and to supply Paterson and New-York: also on a method of supplying the city of New-York with water from the great falls of the Passaic xR Extended Titles-test
Report to the Proprietors of the Middlesex Canal at their meeting, January 25, 1809 xR Extended Titles-test
Report to the proprietors of the Middlesex Canal at their meeting on the 3d February, 1810 xR Extended Titles-test
Sir, I beg leave to submit to you the following statement of facts with the inferences that may be fairly drawn from them ... relative to the repeal of the second section of an act passed in 1808, and an act passed in 1811, declaring to be forfeited to Robert R. Livingston and Robert Fulton, all boats of every description navigated by steam or fire within the state, with power to seize the same xR Extended Titles-test
To the Board of Directors of Middlesex Canal xR Extended Titles-test

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