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" ... and the thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the gunwale. The cork on the outside is secured with thin plates or slips of copper, and the boat is fastened with copper nails. The thwarts, or seats,... "
Putnam's Home Cyclopedia ... - Page 309
by G.P. Putnam & Co - 1852
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 19-20

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1801
...cork, to the depth of sixteen inches downward ; and the thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the...nails. The thwarts, or seats, are five in number, double banked, banked, consequently the boat may be rowed with ten * oars. The thwarts are firmly stanchioned....
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

Industrial arts - 1803
...cork, to the depth of sixteen inches downward ; and the thickness of this casing of cork feeing four inches, it projects at the top a little without the...nails. The thwarts, or seats, are five in number, double bunked, consequently the boat may be rowed with ten * oars. The thwarts are firmly stanchioned....
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical ..., Volume 5

John Britton - Architecture - 1803
...cork, to the depth of sixteen inches downward ; and the thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the...the outside is secured with thin plates, or slips of coffer, and the Boat is fastened with Cfpptr nails ; the thwarts (or seats) are five in number, Jouilf...
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Public Characters, Volume 8

Biography - 1806
...thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at tiie top a little without thegun wale; the cork on the outside is secured with thin plates...slips of copper, and the boat is fastened •with capper nails ; the thwarts (or seats) are five in number, double banked,consequently the boat may be...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 43

1803
...of fixtecn inches downward ; and the thicknefs of this cafing of cork being four inches, it projeits at the top a little without the gunwale. The cork, on the outfide, is fecurcd with thin plates or flips of copper, and the boat is faftened with copper nails....
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Naufragia Or Historical Memoirs of Shipwrecks and of the Providential ...

James Stanier Clarke - Electronic books - 1805
...Cork, to the depth of sixteen inches downward; and the thickness of this casing of Cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the...the outside, is secured with thin plates or slips of cooper, and the Boat is fastened with copper Nails. The T/acarts, or Seats, are five in number, double-banked,...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Volume 8

1806
...day to the present thickness of this casing of cork being four incites, it projects at the topalittle without the gunwale; the cork on the outside is secured...and the boat is fastened •with copper nails; the thtvarls (or seats) are fire in number, double banked,consequently the boatmay be rowed with ten oars;...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical ..., Volume 5

John Britton - Architecture - 1810
...cork, to the depth of sixteen inches downward , and the thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the gunwale ; the cork on the ouU side is secured with thin plates or slips of copper, and the Boat is fastened with ufpcr nails;...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory ..., Volume 2

John Mason Good - 1813
...cork to the depth of sixteen inches downwards ; and the thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the...nails. The thwarts, or seats, are five in number, douilc-lunkcd : consequently the boat may be rowed with ten oars. Tlie thwarts are firmly stanchioned....
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - Economics - 1817 - 859 pages
...cork, to the depth of sixteen inches downward ; and the thickness of this casing of cork being four inches, it projects at the top a little without the...nails. The thwarts, or seats, are five in number, double banked, consequently the boat may be rowed with ten oars. The thwarts are firmly stanchioned....
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