2 edition of Dud Dudley"s Metallum Martis found in the catalog.
Dud Dudley"s Metallum Martis
|Other titles||Iron made with pit-coale, sea-coale, &c., Metallum Martis.|
|LC Classifications||TN705 .D84 1855|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9, 40p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||06016464|
— Dud Dudley Metallum Martis, , p. 5 Cited in: Royal School of Mines (Great Britain) Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts, Vol. 1, (), p. Heutige Jubiläen. Dudd (Dud) Dudley (–) was an English metallurgist, who fought on the Royalist side in the English Civil War as a soldier, military engineer, and supplier of munitions. He was one of the first Englishmen to smelt iron ore using coke.. Background and early life. Dudley was the illegitimate son of Edward Sutton, 5th Baron Dudley of Dudley Castle, and grandson of Edward Sutton, 4th Baron.
Metallum Martis – Dud Dudley First published in , Mettallum Martis sets down the trials and tribulations of Dud Dudley, favourite son of Lord Dudley by his concubine, Elizabeth Tomlinson. Dud Dudley had discovered the secret of smelting iron using coal at . His book Metallum Martis (—quoted above) is Dudd Dudley's personal view of his discovery, after he had unsuccessfully petitioned King Charles II, to restore his public offices and patents. Metallum Martis may be regarded as a prospectus, seeking investors to exploit his invention of coke smelting.
This patent was taken out at the instance of his son Dud Dudley, whose story we gather partly from his treatise entitled 'Metallum Martis,' and partly from various petitions presented by him to the king, which are preserved in the State Paper Office, and it runs as follows:— Dud Dudley was born in , the natural son of Edward Lord Dudley. 74 The Curiosities Of Dudley And The Black Country, From To Also An Account Of The Trials And Sufferings Of Dud Dudley With His Metallum Martis: The Artificer In Iron, Made With Pit Coale And Sea Coale, In Being Some Lively And Instructive Traits Of The Peculiarities Of The Inhabitants And Their Doings In The Coal And Iron 4/5(1).
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Dud Dudley's Metallum Martis: Or, Iron Made with Pit-Coale, Sea-Coale &c. And with the Same Fuell to Melt and Fine Imperfect Mettals, and Refine Perfect Mettals Paperback – J Author: Dud Dudley. Dud Dudley's Metallum Martis: Or, Iron Made with Pit-Coale, Sea-Coale &c.
and with the Same Fuell to Melt and Fine Imperfect Mettals, and Refine Printed by T. for the Author, [Dud Dudley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book. Metallum Martis Metallum Martis, a book by Dud Dudley, is the earliest known reference to the use of coal in metallurgical smelting.
The book is also referred to as Iron made with Pit-Coale, Sea-Coale, &c. And with the same Fuell to Melt and Fine Imperfect Mettals, And Refine perfect Mettals. Dud Dudley's metallum martis: or, Iron made with pit-coale, sea-coale &c. and with the same fuell to melt and fine imperfect mettals, and refine perfect mettals.
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First published inMettallum Martis sets down the trials and tribulations of Dud Dudley, favourite son of Lord Dudley by his concubine, Elizabeth Tomlinson. Dud Dudley had discovered the secret of smelting iron using coal at a time timber stocks for charcoal burning were in decline.
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and with the same fuel to melt and fine imperfect mettals and refine perfect mettals. Metallum Martis, a book by Dud Dudley, is the earliest known reference to the use of coal in metallurgical smelting. The book is also referred to as Iron made with Pit-Coale, Sea-Coale, &c. And with the same Fuell to Melt and Fine Imperfect Mettals, And Refine perfect Mettals.
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Dud Dudley's contribution to metallurgy P W King ABSTRACT: Dud Dudley was the illegitimate son of Lord Dudley and managed certain of his ironworks in the early s.
He attempted to smelt iron with mineral coal, but this proved to be a because he wrote a book, Metallum Martis or iron made withpitcoale seacoale etc,^ in which he set out his.
It was inat the behest of his nephew Edward PARKSHOUSE, that Dud DUDLEY wrote his treatise 'Metallum Martis', which was essentially his testament to having first produced iron by smelting with pit-coal, instead of charcoal, many years before as a young man.
21 The universally accepted method of smelting iron up to this time was with charcoal, so understandably Dud's claims raised more than just. Our knowledge of Dud Dudley is largely derived from his book Metallum Martis () Dudley describes his discovery, but only in extremely vague terms.
He also relates in detail his difficulties and he petitioned the King, Charles II, unsuccessfully, to restore his lands and patents.
"Metallum Martis" is Dud Dudley's personal view of his discovery and subsequent misfortunes, published after the Reformation of the Monarchy, when he had petitioned the King, Charles II, to restore his lands & patents, and been turned down.
Metallum Martis or Iron made with Pit-Coale, Sea-Coale, &c. And with the same Fuell to Melt and Fine Imperfect Mettals, And Refine perfect Mettals () Title page.
Ina privately published reprint appeared of Dud Dudley's famous small book Mettallum Martis, which dates from This reprint has now - again - been reprinted in facsimile.
Publication of Dud Dudley’s Metallum Martis; or Iron made with pit-coale, sea-coale etc. The book was the first published attempt to indicate that coal could be used to smelt iron.
The government awarded its first contract for snapchance muskets giving a major boost to the gun industry in Birmingham and the Black Country. Dud Dudley: | |Dudd (Dud) Dudley| (–) was an |English| metallurgist, who fought on the Royalist World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
The Curiosities of Dudley and the Black Country, From to Also an Account of the Trials and Sufferings of Dud Dudley, with His Mettallum Martis: Etc., by C. Clark, contrib. by Dud Dudley (Gutenberg ebook) Dud Dudley's Metallum martis, or, Iron made with pit-coale, sea-coale, &c. and with the same fuel to melt and fine imperfect.
His Work Metallum Martis," first printed in the yearand written by "Dud Dudley," a member of the ancient and honourable family of the Lords of Dudley, is most curious in its composition and most valuable to the antiquarian, and all engaged in the manufacture of iron and steel, and all their varied products, showing the indefatigable efforts of this enterprising artificer in metals, Dud Dudley," to.
Author:Dudd Dudley.Wikidata item. English metallurgist, Royalist soldier, military engineer, and supplier of munitions; also known as Dud Dudley: Works.
Metallum Martis () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago. Translations or editions.Metallum Martis, Dud Dudley. Metallum Martis: or, Iron made with pit-coale, sea-coale &c. and with the same fuell to melt and fine imperfect mettals, and refine perfect mettals.
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