Double writing.


Double writing.


Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. (Electronic Enlightenment) (Library of Congress)



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Imprint from Wing. From the text: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament having by several Certificats from divers credible men received satisfaction, not only of the feasibility, but also of the great use of the Invention for Double Writing, lately discovered by William Petty, ... Reproduction of the original in the British Library. Annotations on Thomason copy: at end of third paragraph: "his lodging next doore to the White Boare in Lothbury"; 'An Extract of the Ordinance of Parliament dated 6. Martii 1647.' has been altered to read "An Extract of the Ordinance of Parliament dated ['Martii' crossed out] Aprill ['1647' modified to read "1648"].


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  • OTA: A90630
  • PURL:
  • DLPS: A90630
  • STC: Wing P1921
  • STC: Thomason 669.f.12[2]
  • STC: ESTC R210729
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99869492
  • PROQUEST: 99869492
  • VID: 162795