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(New page: Richard Neve. Born in England. Wrote The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious (1716), the first book in english in which the concept of the Double Lift was described. ...)
 
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Wrote [[The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious]] (1716), the first book in english in which the concept of the [[Double Lift]] was described.
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Neve was a compiler of several handbooks including [[Arts Improvement]] (1703) and [[The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious]] (1716), the first book in English in which the concept of the [[Double Lift]] was described.
  
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Revision as of 10:03, 11 October 2010

Richard Neve.

Born in England.

Richard Neve
Born?
England
Died?
CategoriesBooks by Richard Neve

Neve was a compiler of several handbooks including Arts Improvement (1703) and The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious (1716), the first book in English in which the concept of the Double Lift was described.