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1851 Great Exhibition: Official Catalogue: Class VIII.: Slater and Wright

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312. SLATER and WRIGHT, Whitby — Inventors.

A life-boat and carriage, not liable to upset on being struck by a sea on one side. An under current or back sweep acting upon the bottom in an opposite direction, would only have the effect of causing the air-box to revolve.


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