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Fri Mar 21 17:16:00 2014 UTClccn-n848066920.00The Footsteps of St. Andrew. A sermon [on John i. 40-42] preached before the University of Oxford, etc0.651.00A brief account of last century's inventive steam pirate7819995James_Rumseyn 848066921218840Rumsey, J. 1743-1792lccn-n50003062Fitch, John1743-1798np-sutcliffe, andrea jSutcliffe, Andrea J.lccn-n50016797Fulton, Robert1765-1815np-shagena, jack lShagena, Jack L.lccn-n84024493Barnes, Josephlccn-n79059928PennsylvaniaGeneral Assemblylccn-n87947361Cruse, Englehartlccn-n84806691Turner, Ella Maylccn-n79022911Pennsylvanialccn-n81090072PennsylvaniaGeneral AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesRumsey, James1743?-1792HistoryBibliographySteam-navigationRumsey, James,United StatesSteamboatsInventorsFitch, John,Marine engineersPennsylvaniaPatentsFulton, Robert,SteamSteam-enginesInventionsPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaPatent laws and legislationPennsylvania.--General AssemblyStock companiesSteam-engines--DesignBateman, Thomas,Webb, IsaacWebb, William Henry,Maryland--SharpsburgBridgesWest Virginia--ShepherdstownCanalsMarylandMorrow, JohnFitch, JohnShippingMorrow, CharliePotomac CompanyChesapeake and Ohio Canal Company1743179217701786178717881789179818051820182218261827183018341837184218461849185018541864186718681876189018941900190819101922192419251930193219391943196719741976198719901994199819992000200120022004200520102013348691206623.8204Z1215ocn86590764373851ocn012484387book17880.86Rumsey, JamesA short treatise on the application of steam whereby is clearly shewn, from actual experiments, that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen against rapid currents with great velocity ; great velocity [sic] ; the same principles are also introduced with effect, by a machine of a simple and chep [sic] construction, for the purpose of raising water sufficient for the working of grist-mills, saw-mills, &c. and for watering meadows and other purposes of agricultureHistoryBibliography+-+5353499066324975ocn006774173book17880.84Rumsey, JamesA plan wherein the power of steam is fully shewn, by a new constructed machine, for propelling boats or vessels, of any burthen, against the most rapid streams or rivers, with great velocity. Also, a machine, constructed on similar philosophical principles, by which water may be raised for grist or saw-mills, watering of meadows, &c. &cHistory979ocn062836287file17880.88Rumsey, JamesThe explanations, and annexed plates, of the following improvements in mechanics, viz. 1st, a new constructed boiler. 2nd, a machine for raising water. 3d, a grist-mill. 4th, a sawmill, &c. are respectfully dedicated to the patrons of the plans, by the inventor322ocn085890711file17880.90Rumsey, JamesA plan wherein the power of steam is fully shewn, by a now constructed machine, for propelling boats of vessels, of any burthen, against the most rapid streams or rivers, with great velocity also, a machine, constructed on similar philosophical principles, by which water may be raised for grist or saw-mills, watering meadows, &c. &c.History303ocn014844694book18260.93Rumsey, JamesSome account of the life and character of the late Thomas Bateman, M. D.203ocn030149308book17880.76Fitch, JohnThe original steam-boat supported or, A reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet, shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings, &c. of James RumseyHistoryBibliography193ocn003595070book17880.92Rumsey, JamesThe explanations and annexed plates of the following improvements in mechanics124ocn004923358book17880.97Rumsey, JamesA short treatise on the application of steam : whereby is clearly shewn, from actual experiments that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen against rapid currents with great velocity. Great velocity. The same principles are also introduced with effect, by a machine of a simple and c[heap] construction, for the purpose of raising water sufficient for the working of grist-mills, saw-mills, &c. and for watering meadows and other purposes of agricultureHistory71ocn003961331book18900.96Whittemore, HenryAdvanced sheets of origin and progress of steam navigation in America52ocn057650141book18670.47Aconcio, IacopoConcio ad Clerum. "The victory which overcometh the world". A sermon, preached at an archdiaconal visitation, touching "Our faith"; viewed in its relation to fact, dogma, and personal conviction22ocn835971090book17880.88Rumsey, JamesProposals for forming a company, to enable James Rumsey to carry into execution, on a large and extensive plan, his steamboat and sundry other machines herein after mentioned21ocn504027743book1864Rumsey, JamesThe Footsteps of St. Andrew. A sermon [on John i. 40-42] preached before the University of Oxford, etc22ocn257607135book18340.47Rumsey, JamesNachricht vom Leben und Charakter des Thomas Bateman...21ocn057132207book18640.47Rumsey, JamesThe footsteps of St. Andrew; a sermon22ocn504027790book1788Rumsey, JamesA Short Treatise on the application of Steam, whereby is clearly shewn from actual experiments that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen against rapid currents with great velocity, etc21ocn084389603book1788Rumsey, JamesThe petition of James Rumsey, of Berkeley County, in the State of Virginia, most respectfully sheweth, that your petitioner has been several years employed, with unremitted attention, and at a great expense, in inventing, and bringing to perfection, sundry machines and engines, namely, one for propelling boats on the water, by the power of steam --11ocn020159048mix1.00Rumsey, JamesPapersBusiness letters, chiefly addressed to Charles and John Morrow, Rumsey's brothers-in-law; minutes (1785) of the Potomac Navigation Company (later the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company); papers relating to Rumsey's business operations, steamboats, and steam navigating; and letters concerning the settlement of his estate11ocn181868261book18220.47Rumsey, JamesBrief memoir of the late Thomas Bateman, Esq. ... formerly President of the Royal Medical Society, Edinburgh11ocn081300570bookRumsey, James[title(s) available in Evans]11ocn008056070book1788Rumsey, JamesProofs, &c9696ocn054073780book20040.27Sutcliffe, Andrea JSteam : the untold story of America's first great inventionHistoryBiographyThe two-decade saga of America's first significant venture into technology+-+36171485962791ocn054778439book20040.50Shagena, Jack LWho really invented the steamboat? : Fulton's Clermont coupHistory+-+61577564061764ocn062824635com17880.86Barnes, JosephRemarks on Mr. John Fitch's reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphletHistory1684ocn062828685com17890.79Fitch, JohnTo the honorable representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. the petition and remonstrance of John Fitch, of the city of Philadelphia. Respectfully sheweth, that your petitioner hath seen the printed bill for granting to James Rumsey certain inventionsHistory1485ocn062827170com17880.84Cruse, EnglehartThe projector detected or, Some strictures, on the plan of Mr. James Rumsey's steam boatHistory1023ocn003084676book19300.59Turner, Ella MayJames Rumsey, pioneer in steam navigationHistory994ocn062828682com17890.88Fitch, JohnThe following petition and remonstrance was read in the House of Assembly on the fifteenth instant and as it has been said to be "improper, indecent and insulting," the subscriber wishes to give the world an opportunity of judging on its merits, and therefore presents this printed copy of it.964ocn062834597com17890.88PennsylvaniaAn act for vesting in James Rumsey, Esquire, the exclusive right and privilege of making, using, and vending, divers engines, machines and devices, by him invented, or improved945ocn062836288com17880.88Rumsey, JamesProposals for forming a company, to enable James Rumsey to carry into execution, on a large and extensive plan, his steamboat and sundry other machines herein after mentioned914ocn062824634com17890.88Barnes, JosephPhiladelphia, September 21, 1789. As John Fitch has procured a number of handbills, containing his petition and remonstrance to the House of Assembly ... I hope this will be deemed a sufficient apology for my throwing together remarks on some parts of the said petition and remonstrance.483ocn007936666book19000.70Beltzhoover, George MJames Rumsey, the inventor of the steamboat : a paperHistory171ocn695998820com17880.47The projector detected or, Some strictures, on the plan of Mr. James Rumsey's steam boat by Englehart Cruse, of Baltimore. [Two lines of Scripture text]History171ocn731334645com17880.47Remarks on Mr. John Fitch's reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet by Joseph Barnes, formerly assistant, and now attorney in fact to James Rumsey163ocn123216405book20040.73Shagena, Jack LWho really invented the steamboat? : Fulton's Clermont coup : a history of the steamboat, contributions of William Henry, James Rumsey, John Fitch, Oliver Evans, Nathan Read, Samuel Morey, Robert Fulton, John Stevens, and othersHistory+-+6157756406152ocn015171972book18460.86United StatesJames Rumsey, representatives ofHistorySourcesIncludes memorial from James Rumsey's descendants, together with supporting documentation, requesting compensation for their ancestor's development work on the steamship; along with the committee's negative recommendation on the memorial92ocn555665423file18370.88United StatesSteam navigation - James Rumsey - heirs of81ocn022152544book19870.47Curtis, Darwin O'RyanThe Rumseian experiment : being an account of the imaginous Mr. Rumsey's creation of steamboats during the first years of our RepublickHistory41ocn008062257book19101.00Moray, JohnA brief account of last century's inventive steam pirate31ocn006292108book19390.92Committee for the Dedication of the James Rumsey Bridge, Shepherdstown, W. VaOfficial dedicatory program. The James Rumsey Bridge, Shepherdstown, W. Va., Sharpsburg, Md., July 15, 193921ocn352776291book19430.90King, ThomsonFrom the Potomac to the Thames, being the progress of one James Rumsey (1743-1792)+-+5353499066324+-+5353499066324Fri Mar 21 16:03:23 EDT 2014batch21945