Offer of a new and improved plan of constructing iron rail-ways and carriages, by which all sorts of goods, merchandise and other articles whatever, as likewise passengers, will be conveyed with much greater ease, convenience, and speed, and with less expense than could till now be effected, by employing either the power of steam or that of horses

1828 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
doi:10.1016/s0016-0032(28)90313-0 fatcat:4jd56cixtraapj3whaee5wprgi