First Follow-up Correspondence with Watt & Bolton Regarding Steam Boat Invention (1818)

This follow-up letter dated November 25, 1818, from S.J. Pauly to the engineering firm Watt & Bolton. This letter references an earlier conversation with Mr. Watt about Pauly's steam boat invention, where Mr. Watt indicated a potential interest in collaborating. Pauly expresses his readiness to further discuss and present the details of his invention, demonstrating his eagerness to secure a partnership. This letter serves as a continuation of Pauly's efforts from the previous year to gain recognition and support for his innovative design. It is followed by another letter dated December 19, 1818, where Pauly further elaborates on the advantages of his invention. Together, these correspondences highlight Pauly's persistent pursuit of advancement in steam boat technology and his proactive engagement with leading industry figures....

 


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