Suggestions for warming and ventilating the Houses of Parliament with hot water in cast-iron pipes : also a variety of facts and experiments, and descriptions concerning the hot-water system, as applied to horticultural and other purposes, shewing the causes and remedies in occasional failures, and the advantages of hot water for producing a slow, safe, and continuous effect, while the warming by steam is sudden, hazardous, and intermittent / by Thos. N. Parker, Esq. A.M.
- Shrewsbury : Printed and sold by J. Eddowes, Corn-Market ; sold also by Longman and Co., Paternoster-Row, London, 1836.
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- , 39,  pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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- BAC: British Art Center copy bound with: The Architectural magazine ... (NA1 .A59, v. 3). Inscribed: "From the author."
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- Wood engravings -- 1836.
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Parker, Thomas N. (Thomas Netherson), Suggestions for warming and ventilating the Houses of Parliament with hot water in cast-iron pipes , 1836
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