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

Sullivan, John L. 1777-1865 ISNI

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A commentary on the New system of naval architecture of William Annesley, architect Library of Congress/NACO
Description from the Franklin journal of a timber rail road artificially durable, and of the Baltimore rail road carriage Library of Congress/NACO
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
Letters, first published in the Boston daily advertiser, in answer to certain inquiries relative to the Middlesex Canal Library of Congress/NACO
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. 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 Library of Congress/NACO
A report descriptive of a route for a rail road, 1831: Library of Congress/NACO
Report of Messrs. Benj. Wright and J. L. Sullivan, engineers, engaged in the survey of the route of the proposed canal from the Hudson, to the head waters of the Lackawaxen river. Accompanied by other documents, &c. Library of Congress/NACO

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