Cutting from The Cornish Telegraph Titled The Life and Labours of Arthur Woolf, the Inventive Cornish Engineer

Made:
1874-07-15
part of archive:
Papers relating to Francis Trevithick's biography of his father Richard Trevithick
maker:
Trevithick, Francis

Giving an outline of a paper by Mr. S. Hocking of Lower Roseware, read by Mr. Collins at a quarterly meeting of the Miners’ Association of Cornwall and Devon. Refutes the claim that Woolf was a workman under Richard Trevithick in 1803 and was sent to London with one of his high-pressure engines. (1p.)

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1 item
Identifier:
TREVF/5/30
Subject:
Railways

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