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" Unfortunately, a great flood which occurred drifted down a quantity of timber against the bridge. In consequence of this obstruction to the flood, a thick and strong dam, as it were, was formed. The aggregate of so many collected streams being unable... "
Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Science, Arts, and Manufactures - Page 405
1825
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 4

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1825
...thing of the kind in this or any part of Wales, for neatness of workmanSTÄENGTH OF LEADEN PIPJSS, 405 ship and elegance of design. It consisted of three...was obliged to erect another; and he proceeded on his duty with alipossible speed. The second bridge was of one arch, for the purpose of admitting freely...
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Mechanics Magazine, Volume 4

Industrial arts - 1825
...and elegance of design. It'ioii-: sisted of three arches, elegantly light in their construction, and was admired by all who saw it. Unfortunately a great...was obliged to erect another; and he proceeded on liis duty with all possible speed. The second bridge was of one arch, for the purpose of admitting...
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American Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 2

Technology - 1825
...as it were, was formed. The aggregate of so many collected streams being unable to get any farther, rose here to a prodigious height, and with the force...was obliged to erect another ; and he proceeded on his duty with all possible speed. The second bridge was of one arch, for the purpose of admitting freely...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volume 18

Anecdotes - 1826
...which occurred drifted down a quantity of timber against the bridge. In consequence of this obstruclion to the flood, a thick and strong dam, as it were,...was obliged to erect another ; and he proceeded on his duty with all possible speed. The second bridge was of one arch, for the purpose of admitting freely...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 18

Anecdotes - 1826
...workmanship and elegance of design. It consisted of three arches, elegantly light in their construction, and was admired by all who saw it. Unfortunately, a great...before it. William Edwards had given security for the stahility of the bridge for seven years ; it had stood only two years and a half. Of course he was...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 14

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1831
...were, was thus formed. The aggrefpite of so many collected streams being unable to get any farther, rose here to a prodigious height, and with the force of its pressure at last carried the bridge entirely away before it. William Edwards had guaranteed the stability of...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 46

History - 1804
...water. In consequence of this obstruction to the Hood, a thick and strong dam, as it were, was thus formed. The aggregate of so many collected streams,...bridge entirely away before it. William Edwards had givi-n, the most ample security, both in his own person and the sureties of respectable friends, for...
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The roads and railroads, vehicles, and modes of travelling, of ancient and ...

Roads - 1839
...water. In consequence of this obstruction to the flood, a thick and strong dam, as it were, was thus formed. The aggregate of so many collected streams being unable to get any further, rose here to a great height, and with the force of its pressure carried the bridge away entirely before it. Edwards...
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Cyclopedia of Architecture: Historical, Descriptive, Typographical ...

Robert Stuart - Architecture - 1854
...water. In consequence of this obstruction to the flood, a strong and thick (¡am, as it were, was thus formed. The aggregate of so many collected streams...bridge entirely away before it. William Edwards had civen security for the stability of the bridge during the space of seven years ; of course he was obliged...
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Annual Register, Volume 46

Edmund Burke - History - 1805
...water. In consequence of this obstruction to the Hood, a thick and strong dam, as it were, was thus formed. The aggregate of so many collected streams,...entirely away before it. William Edwards had given the most ample security, both in his own person and the sureties of respectable friends, for the stability...
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