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Regent’s Canal Act. An Act for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the Grand Junction Canal in the Parish of Paddington, to the River Thames in the Parish of Limehouse, with a collateral Cut in the Parish of Saint Leonard, Shoreditch, in the County of Middlesex

Regent’s Canal [London]
London, printed by G. Woodall, 1812

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a rare original publication of the Act of Parliament for the creation of London’s Regent’s Canal

 London, printed by G. Woodall, 1812

8vo. pp[i] 259. good clean copy in the original marbled paper boards with red roan leather spine. rubbing and light wear to the binding, with slight damage to top and foot of spine.

the orginal printing of this very detailed Act of Parliament, passed in 1812, that allowed the construction of London’s famous Regent’s Canal. Work on the canal began in October 1812, with the first section from Paddington to Camden opening in 1816, and the remaining section to Limehouse Basin completed by 1820