An essay on the means hitherto employed for lighting streets, and the interior of houses; and on those which may be substituted with advantage in their stead; Intended as an Attempt Towards the Improvement of this Branch of Domestic Economy, by Increasing the Effects of Light, and Diminishing It's Expence. With Explanatory Figures. By J. G. J. B. Count Thiville [electronic resource].
- London : [printed by T. Bensley, and] sold by Richardson Royal Exchange; Debrett, Piccadilly; Bremner Strand; and at the Repertory Office, 182, Fleet Street, 1800.
,42p.,plate ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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