Canals -- England -- Kent. : Reports, with plans, sections, &c. of the proposed dry tunnel, or passage, from Gravesend, in Kent, to Tilbury, in Essex; demonstrating its practicability, and Great Importance to the Two Counties, and to the Nation at Large: also on a Canal from near Gravesend to Stroud. Some Miscellaneous and Practical Observations. By R. Dodd, Engineer. Illustrated with Plates.
Canals -- England -- London. : The political economy of inland navigation, irrigation and drainage : with thoughts on the multiplication of commercial resources; And ON Means Of Bettering The Condition Of Mankind, BY The Construction Of Canals, BY The Improvement Of Their Various Capacities For Commerce, Transfer, Agriculture, Household Supplies, And Mechanical Power; And BY The Unlimited Extension Thereof Into The Remotest Interior Of Great Britain And Of Foreign Parts. By W. Tatham.
Canals -- England -- Maryport. : Report on the proposed line of navigation between Newcastle and Maryport : by W. Jessop, engineer. With abstracts of the estimates of this line, and also of that from Stella to Hexham. By Wm. Jessop and Wm. Chapman, engineers.
Canals -- England -- Newcastle upon Tyne -- Early works to 1800. : Report on the first part of the line of inland navigation from the east to the west sea by way of Newcastle and Carlisle, as originally projected, and lately surveyed, by R. Dodd, Civil Engineer. Illustrated with a map of the country through which it passes, and The Continuation of the River Navigation into the North Sea: with Estimates, &c.
Canals -- England -- Worcester. : Reflections on the general utility of inland navigation to the commercial and landed interests of England : with observations on the intended canal from Birmingham to Worcester, and some strictures upon the opposition given to it by the proprietors of the Staffordshire canal.
Canals -- Inclined planes. : Observations on the various systems of canal navigation : with inferences practical and mathematical; in Which Mr. Fulton's Plan of Wheel - Boats, and the Utility of Subterraneous and of Small Canals are Particularly Investigated, Including an Account of the Canals and Inclined Planes of China. with four plates. By William Chapman, Member of the Society of Civil Engineers in London, and M. R. I. A.
Canals -- India -- Rohilkhand. : Report on the canal irrigation of Rohilcund, inclusive of irrigation of Terai lands : to which is added some notes on the direct management of Roodurpoor and Guddurpoor / by Captain W. Jones.
Canals, Interoceanic -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : A letter to a member of the honourable the House of Commons, of Ireland. : Shewing the utility and necessity of making the canals from the sea, below Newry, to Drumglass Colliery, in the county of Tyrone, navigable for sea vessels, according to a plain laid down by that Honourable House, in the session of 1759. By a friend to the manufactures of Ireland.
Canals -- Iraq -- Babylonia -- History. : Changing watercourses in Babylonia : towards a reconstruction of the ancient environment in lower Mesopotamia / edited by Hermann Gasche and Michel Tanret.
Canals -- Ireland -- Dublin. : Observations on the advantages of bringing the Grand Canal round by the circular road into the River Liffey. : Addressed to the right honourable and honourable the commissioners appointed by Parliament, for making wide and convenient the streets of Dublin. By William Chapman, engineer.