Reference numberCLP/6/75
TitlePaper, account of a new engine to raise water by Walter Churchman
Description'...horses or other animals draw, without any loss of power (which has never yet been practised) and how the strokes of the pistons may be made of any length, to prevent the loss of water, by the too frequent opening of values with many other advantages, altogether new the model of which was shewn to the Royal Society on the 28th of last November'
Subject: Engineering
Read to the Royal Society on 17 April 1735
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1731.0002
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 38 (1733), p 402
Related records in the catalogueRBO/19/21
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