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|Named Person:||Jonathan Hornblower|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Matthew Boulton; James Watt; Great Britain. Parliament.
|Notes:||Caption title. -- Text on pp.[1-2] only; p. blank; p. docket title, dated 1792.
Argues that Hornblower's engine (patented 1781)--is a "direct and palpable plagarism of Mr. Watt's invention"; addressed to "the Legislature."
|Description:|| p. ; 33 cm.|
|Responsibility:||on the part of Messrs. Boulton and Watt, in opposition to Mr. Jonathan Hornblower's application to Parliament for an act to prolong the term of his patent.|