Ralph Dodd

Born: 1756?
Died: 1822
Civil engineer, hydraulic engineer, in Britain. Studied at the Royal Academy for about five years. Brother of marine-painter and engraver Robert Dodd (1748-1815); father of civil engineer George Dodd (1782-1827).
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Chambers, Ephraim   Cyclopædia: Or, An Universal Dictionary Of Arts And Sciences. Containing An Explanation of the Terms, and an Account Of The Several Subjects, In The Liberal And Mechanical Arts, And The Sciences, Human and Divine. Intended as a Course of Ancient and Modern Learning. By E. Chambers, F.R.S. ... With The Supplement, And Modern Improvements, Incorporated in one Alphabet. By Abraham Rees, D.D. In Four Volumes. Volume The First. (Fifth.) - London [1786]   
Dodd, Ralph   Letters To A Merchant, On The Improvement Of The Port of London; Demonstrating Its Practicability Without Wet Docks, Or Any Additional Burdens Being Laid On Shipping, And At A less Expense of Time and Money than any other Plan proposed. By R. Dodd, Engineer. - 1798.   
Dodd, Ralph   Reports, With Plans, Sections, &c. Of The Proposed Dry Tunnel, Or Passage, From Gravesend, in Kent, to Tilbury, in Essex; Demonstrating Its Practicability, And Great Importance to The Two Counties, And To The Nation At Large: Also On A Canal From Near Gravesend To Stroud. With Some Miscellaneous And Practical Observations. By R. Dodd, Engineer. Illustrated With Plates. - London: 1798.