|Title:||Title Page Details Of Printed Pamphlet, 'An Invention Of Engines Of Motion', Cressy Dymock|
|Ref:||Long title and bibliographic description only|
|Notes:||Published by Samuel Hartlib. Copy of title page in Hartlib's hand at 14/1/13A-B. [HDC list of The Publications of Samuel Hartlib, Turnbull: No. 33]|
The Hartlib Papers
[Long-Title and bibliographical description]
ST: An invention of engines of motion.
Wing Number: D2971 Wing Microfilm: 141.13
[within an ornamental frame]
AN | INVENTION | OF | Engines of Motion | LATELY | Brought to perfection. | WHEREBY | May be dispatchsd any work | now done in ENGLAND or elsewhere, | (especially VVorks that require strength | and swiftness) either by Wind, Wa- | ter, Cattel, or Men. | AND | That with better accomodation, and more | profit then by any thing hitherto known | and used. | [rule] | LONDON, | Printed by I.C. for Richard Woodnoth next door | to the Golden heart, In Leaden-Hall-street. | 1651.
4o: A-B4; [$2 (-A1, +B3) signed]; 8 leaves
pp.  1-12