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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    carriages. This appeared to be immediately followed by an impulse 1 as well from behind as from the front." Mr Trevithick, superintendent of locomotives-on the northern divi- sion of the line, stated that he left Birmingham- on a pilot engine Subscribers-only content

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    0 Peto, Sir Samuel Morton, Bart. - 10,000 126,000 0 0 Roney, Sir Cusack Patrick - 10,000 126,000 0 0 Trevithick, Frederick Henry - 3,600 45,000 0 0 White, Thomas - - 1,000 12,500 0 0 60,000 755,000 0 0 Subscribers-only content

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    as to carriages, and took out a patent for the first practical steam-boat ever trusted to the waters. But Richard Trevithick, of Cornwall, was undoubtedly the great forerunner of the Stephensons. He improved on the patent of James Watt to Subscribers-only content

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    seems that, after the contract had been signed, it was considered upon the whole advisable to send out a Mr. Trevithick, an engineer, to report as to whether it was possible to construct the line at all. This gentleman reported Subscribers-only content

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    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL. -0 NOTES AND COMMENTS. Nothing has yet transpired concerning the answer to the Russian Circular, beyond a rumour that it may not be answered at all. The debate on Monday will probably be useful to wavering Subscribers-only content

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    Madeley Economic history Coalbrookdale

    development, the precise casting of steam-engine parts. The firm's success in that sphere led eventually to the visit of Richard Trevithick to Coalbrookdale and the manufacture of the first steam locomotive there in 1802 . Apart from those notable historic

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HICKS, John (1658/9-1734), of Trevithick, nr. Fowey, Cornw.

    (1658/9-1734), of Trevithick, nr. Fowey, Cornw. Constituency Dates Fowey Dec. 1701 1708 Ofifces Held Mayor, St. Ives 1689–90, 1701–2. Biography Hicks’s first involvement with the Commons was in April 1690 when the petition of John Hawles* alleged that Hicks had

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    very small and dilapidated. The two large houses now occupied by Mrs. Trevithick and Mr. Milton were built aboiit this time; the granite house next to Mrs. Trevithick ' s was for many years one of the best lodging houses Subscribers-only content

    The Life of Richard Trevithick., 1883

    LIFE OF RICHARD TREVITHICK. 7 Williams: " To the use of high-pressure steam, in con- How Tre- junction with the cylindrical boiler, also invented by increased Mr. Trevithick , I have no hesitation in saying that the JJ^wer greatly increased Subscribers-only content

    The Life of Richard Trevithick., 1883

    LIFE OF RICHARD TREVITHICK.Trevithick 's First Road Locomotive, Camborne , 1801 . a, cylindrical boiler with wrought-iron ends, having inside it a wrought- iron tube bent as the letter U; p, the fire-place, in one end of the tube Subscribers-only content

    The Life of Richard Trevithick., 1883

    (that of propulsion). 1 accompanies this patent will give aj hensiveness. " The specification of the paten Trevithick and Vivian is descripti1 engine, the most simple and effecti has thus been characterised by the el ' It exhibits in construction Subscribers-only content

    The Life of Richard Trevithick., 1883

    Trevithick 's Second Road Locomotive, London , 1803 in Shropshire ; but as there is no evidence of its having run, it is probable that want of means prevented Tre¬ vithick from attending to it. In Februaiy of 1804 Subscribers-only content

 

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