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mahogany tree its botanical characters, qualities and uses, with practical suggestions for selecting and cutting it in the regions of its growth, in the West Indies and Central America, with notices of the projected interoceanic communications of Panama, Nicaragua, and Tehuantepec, in relation to their production, and the supply of fine timber for ship-building and all other purposes; with a map and illustrations. And an appendix, containing the documents presented to the Lloyd"s committee of registry, in favour of the uses of mahogany, for the building of first-classvessels. by Chaloner and Fleming (Liverpool)

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Published by Rockcliff and Son in Liverpool .
Written in English


  • Mahogany.,
  • Canals, interoceanic.,
  • Shipbuilding -- Equipment and supplies.,
  • Timber.,
  • PanamaCanal (Panama),
  • Canal -- Panama.

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The Physical Object
Paginationix,[1],[5]-117,[1]p.,[7]plates :
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18760179M

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