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Fri Mar 21 17:15:20 2014 UTClccn-no900064410.00The Ground Plan of the New River Company's Office in Dorset Street0.811.00Sharpness Docks, Gloucestershire95881350Robert_Mylne_(architect)no 900064412717699Myln, Robert 1734-1811Mylne, RobertMylne, Robert, IIRobert MylneRobert Mylne IIRobert Mylne the Youngerlccn-n86104951Great BritainCommissioners Appointed for Improving and Completing the Navigation of the Rivers Thames and Isislccn-n79111201Jessop, William1745-1814lccn-n87926869Whitworth, Robertactive 1773-1797nc-committee of landowners and others interested in the improvement of the outfall of the river ouseCommittee of Landowners and Others Interested in the Improvement of the Outfall of the River Ouselccn-no97058372Ward, RobertLL. B.lccn-nb2012029719Kensey, Michael F.lccn-n50056387Laurie & Whittlelccn-n80036699Kitchin, Thomas1718-1784lccn-no2011110579David Rumsey Collectionlccn-no2001019087Cartography AssociatesMylne, Robert1734-1811MapsInland navigationEnglandEngland--Thames RiverNavigationDrainageEngland--Great Ouse RiverRiversGreat BritainHarborsHydraulic engineeringMylne, Robert,ArchitectsEngland--LondonEngland--New RiverWater-supplyItaly--SicilyGloucester and Berkeley Canal CompanyTransportation engineersCanalsTelford, Thomas,England--London--Blackfriars BridgePlayfair, John,Jenner, Edward,Maskelyne, Nevil,Water-supply engineeringBute, John Stuart,--Earl of,Kater, Henry,Real propertyScientistsPitt, William,--Earl of Chatham,Maudslay, Henry,Leslie, John,--Sir,DocksMurdock, William,Brown, Robert,Gwynn, John,Thomson, Thomas,Banks, Joseph,Ronalds, Francis,--Sir,Bentham, Samuel,Crompton, Samuel,Rennie, John,Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles,--Duke of,Allen, William,Trevithick, Richard,Architectural drawingWatson, Richard,Donkin, Bryan,Gilbert, Davies,Nasmyth, Alexander,173318111758176017661767177217751776178117831785178917911792179317941799180218091862195519691993199620052007201210034889912.4212HB15125114ocn065332262file17930.81Mylne, RobertReport on a survey of the river Thames from Boulter's Lock to the city stone near Staines and on the best method of improving the navigation of the said river ...1364ocn065318752file17910.88Mylne, RobertReport the second, by Mr. Mylne, surveyor and engineer, on the navigation of the River Thames between Lechlade and Whitchurch1174ocn065318699com17910.90Jessop, WilliamReports of the engineers appointed by the commissioners of the navigation of the rivers Thames and Isis to survey the state of the said navigation from Lechlade to Days Lock to which are added some orders of the commissioners on the said reports and an account of the tolls payable on the said navigation from Cricklade to Stanes1164ocn065333749file17940.90Great BritainAn extract from the minutes of the proceedings of the subscribers to the intended London Canal presented to the Commissioners of the Thames Navigation at a general meeting ... held ... the 1st day of August 1794 and also a report of the engineers appointed ... to survey and determine in what manner the navigation may be best improved from Reading to Isleworth1118ocn642344115com17720.73Mylne, RobertMr Mylne's Report respecting Tyne Bridge. With his plan for a temporary bridge : also Mess. Rawlings and Wake's Abstract of the borings into the bed of the River Tyne1038ocn190793250com17920.84Mylne, RobertThe report of Robert Mylne, engineer, on the proposed improvement of the drainage and navigation of the river Ouze, by executing a straight cut from Eau-Brink to King's-Lynn985ocn187302095file17810.76Mylne, RobertMr. Mylne's report, on his survey of the harbour, &c. of Wells, in Norfolk91ocn100044007map17990.98Mylne, RobertThe island and Kingdom of Sicily according to the best observations, & improved ; from the map of the Baron de Schmettau, from the map of Messrs. Don Co. Ventimiglio, and Ao. D'Aedone ; and from Mr. Danville, and othersMapsMap of Sicily, the Lipari Islands and surroundings; relief shown by hachures41ocn536422409com17720.73Mylne, RobertMr Mylne's Report respecting Tyne Bridge also Mess. Rawlings and Wake's Abstract of the borings into the bed of the River Tyne11ocn800539660com20050.47Great BritainAn extract from the minutes of the proceedings of the subscribers to the intended London Canal presented to the Commissioners of the Thames Navigation at a general meeting ... held ... the 1st day of August 1794 and also a report of the engineers appointed ... to survey and determine in what manner the navigation may be best improved from Reading to Isleworth11ocn752865088visu1760Mylne, RobertA View of Mr. Mylne's Design of a NEW BRIDGE, to be built from Black Fryers to the opposite shore, approved by the Committee in Common Council, 1760View of the design for Blackfriars Bridge, seen from a point mid-stream on the Thames, with small boats in foreground. Lettered with title on scroll in sky, and scale rule below11ocn670914350com17661.00Mylne, RobertWormleybury; Elevation of principal frontHttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html11ocn670875167com1.00Mylne, RobertBlackfriars Bridge; Perspective view during construction (etching)02-09089; 1E58 2 L6 8.96 B53s11ocn851389988map1775The Ground Plan of the New River Company's Office in Dorset StreetMaps11ocn398374412visu1996Architecture engraved three hundred years of architectural prints11ocn863501107book17910.47Great BritainReports of the engineers appointed by the Commissioners of the Navigation of the Rivers Thames and Isis to survey the state of the said navigation, from Lechlade to Days Lock. : Illustrated by a plan to which are added some orders of the Commissioners on the said reports and an account of the tolls payable on the said navigation from Cricklade to Staines11ocn832848831file17671.00Mylne, RobertWormleybury; Plan of attic floor showing location of timbershttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html11ocn690695754com20050.47Committee of Landowners and Others Interested in the Improvement of the Outfall of the River OuseThe report of Robert Mylne, engineer on the proposed improvement of the drainage and navigation of the river Ouze, by executing a straight cut, from Eau-Brink, to Kings-Lynn11ocn270660869book17850.10Watt, JamesBirmingham, to Robert MylneMaking an appointment11ocn270612961book18090.10Mylne, RobertNew River Head, Islington [London], to Lady T?Concerning their accounts151ocn233262021book20070.28Ward, RobertThe man who buried Nelson: the surprising life of Robert MylneBiography+-+3774897025324102ocn822958534book0.25Kensey, Michael FLondon's New River in mapsHistoryMaps31ocn034152344book19930.47Gotch, ChristopherGloucester & Sharpness Canal and Robert MylneHistory21ocn068943766book17600.92Observations on bridge building, and the several plans offered for a new bridge : in a letter addressed to the gentlemen of the committee ... for putting in execution, a scheme of building a new bridge across the Thames, at or near Black Friars11ocn827469350book20120.47Kensey, Michael FLondon's New River in maps : Robert Mylne's surveyHistoryMapsThe New River is an artificial watercourse constructed by Sir Hugh Myddleton in the early 17th century to bring clean water from the River Lea, near Ware, in Hertfordshire to New River Head, London, and this book is "based on the first-known reliably accurate plan of the complete course of the New River (approx. 40-miles), drawn by the famous architect and New River Company Surveyor, Robert Mylne." -- Preface, p. iii11ocn082941035visu1783Robert Mylne : architect, ingineer [sic], surveyor, aetatis XXIV F.R.S.11ocn701834393visu17601.00The [Bute] interest in the [city], or, The [bridge] in the [hole]Caricatures and cartoons11ocn701834089visu17601.00Butler, SThe quere which will give the best heat to a British Constitution Pitt, Newcastle or Scotch coalCaricatures and cartoons11ocn779593723visu1862The distinguished men of science 1807-8: a key to the identities of the sitters. Photograph of engraving by W. Walker, 186211ocn701834085visu17601.00Just arriv'd from Italy the puffing phaenomenon with his fiery tail turn'd bridge builder, shewing the artful section of his stonesCaricatures and cartoons11ocn028869418visu19691.00Mylne, RobertSharpness Docks, GloucestershireSlides01ocn316187944book1758Delle lodi delle belle arti orazione e componimenti poetici detti in Campidoglio in occasione della festa del concorso celebrata dall'insigne Accademia del Disegno di S. Luca essendo principe di essa il signor Placido Costanzi l'anno MDCCLVIII alla Santità€ di N. Signore Clemente XIII01ocn025307929book1760[Boot awl] a new [ball]ad+-+3774897025324Fri Mar 21 15:09:59 EDT 2014batch17433