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
Printed and sold by B. Franklin.,
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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.
, 37,  p.,  folded leaf of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. (4to)
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United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.