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Обстоятельное описание руднаго плавильного дела как металлы в большом числе из их руд и маток по всем по ныне в свете известным способам выплавливать и как потребные к тому заводы и печи строить, руды каждаго металла по наружному их виду узнавать, между собою различать, в малом числе оныя пробовать и все к большой выплавке приуготовления делать cочиненное действительным статским советником Берг-коллегии президентом и Монетной канцелярии главным судьею Иваном Шлаттером. — Санктпетербург : Печатано при Сухопутном шляхетном кадетском корпусе, 1763 — 1784

Т. 1 : Где описываются все те строения и приуготовления, которыя вообще ко всем плавильным заводам и к выплавке разных металлов потребны; а имянно: заложение плавильных заводов и плотин, узнание тягости и силы воды, строение всяких водяных колес, нивеллаций или отвешивание рек, бережение и обновление лесов, снижение уголья и протчее, что все пространно гридырованными листами изъяснено. — 1763. — 6, 252 с., [25] л. черт.
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Author Шлаттер, Иван Андреевич (1708-1768).


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