An account of the new invented Pennsylvanian fire-places: : wherein their construction and manner of operation is particularly explained; their advantages above every other method of warming rooms demonstrated; and all objections that have been raised against the use of them, answered and obviated. : With directions for putting them up, and for using them to the best advantage. : And a copper-plate, in which the several parts of the machine are exactly laid down, from a scale of equal parts

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Main Author: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Contributors: Evans, Lewis, 1700?-1756., Turner, James, d. 1759.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by B. Franklin., 1744.
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Item Description: Attributed to Benjamin Franklin by Miller.
Signatures: leaf (t.-p.) unsigned, A-E[superscript]4 (E[subscript]2 numbered E[subscript]3 ; E[subscript]4 blank).
Error in imposition: inner forme of gathering C has p. 18-19 and 22-23 in incorrect order.
Illustrations drawn by Lewis Evans and engraved in Boston, probably by James Turner. (Cf. Miller).
Errata statement and advertisement for merchants selling the fireplace, verso of title page.
Physical Description: [2], 37, [3] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. (4to)
Place of Publication: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.