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" All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement are to be broken off by the hammer, and all the interstices to be filled with stone chips firmly wedged or packed by hand with a light hammer, so that when the whole pavement is finished there... "
The Science of Road Making - Page 69
by Clemens Herschel, Edward Payne North - 1890 - 162 pages
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A Treatise on Roads: Wherein the Principles on which Roads Should be Made ...

Sir Henry Parnell, Thomas Telford - Roads - 1833 - 438 pages
...inches in any case. All the inequalities of the upper part of said pavement to be broken off with a hammer, and all the interstices to be filled with stone chips firmly wedged or packed, so as to form a convexity of four inches in the breadth of fifteen feet from the centre. The stones...
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A treatise on roads

Henry Brooke Parnell (1st baron Congleton.) - 1833
...lengthwise across the road, and the breadth of the upper edge is not to exceed four inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement are to be broken offby the hammer, and alt the interstices to be filled with stone chips firmly wedged or packed by...
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A treatise on roads: wherein the principles on which roads should be made ...

Sir Henry Parnell - Roads - 1838 - 465 pages
...lengthwise across the road, and the breadth of the upper edge is not to exceed four inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement are to be broken oft' by the hammer, and all the interstices to be filled with stone chips firmly wedged or packed by...
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Course of Civil Engineering: Comprising Plane Trigonometry, Surveying, and ...

John Gregory - Engineering - 1843
...edge is not to exceed four inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper part of the road pavement are to be broken off by the hammer, and all the interstices to be filled up with stone chips, firmly wedged or packed by hand with a light hammer, so that when the whole pavement...
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A Manual of the Principles and Practice of Road-making: Comprising the ...

William Mitchell Gillespie - Railroads - 1847 - 336 pages
...lengthwise across the road, and the breadth of the upper edge is not to exceed four inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement...firmly wedged or packed by hand with a light hammer, so that when the whole pavement is finished, there shall be a convexity of four inches in the breadth...
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A Treatise on Surveying and Civil Engineering, Wherein Everything that is ...

P. O'Shaughnessy (civil engineer.) - Surveying - 1848 - 98 pages
...edge is not to exceed 4 inches in any case. All the irregularities of the part of the road ptvement are to be broken off by the hammer, and all the interstices to be filled up with stone chips, firmly wedged with a hammer, so that when the whole pavement is finished, there...
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Rudiments of the Art of Constructing and Repairing Common Roads

Henry Law, Samuel Hughes - Roads - 1850 - 136 pages
...lengthwise across the road, and the breadth of the upper edge is not to exceed 4 inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement...firmly wedged or packed by hand, with a light hammer; so that when the whole pavement is finished, there shall be a convexity of 4 inches in the breadth...
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Rudiments of the art of constructing and repairing common roads

Henry Law, Samuel Hughes - Roads - 1850 - 136 pages
...breadth of the upper edge is not to exceed 4 inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper par. of the said pavement are to be broken off by the hammer,...firmly -wedged or packed by hand, with a light hammer; so that when ths whole pavement is finished, there shall be a convexity of 1 inches in the breadth...
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A manual of the principles and practice of road-making: ...and rail-roads

William Mitchell Gillespie - History - 1852 - 372 pages
...lengthwise across the road, and the breadth of the upper edge is not to exceed four inches in any case. All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement...firmly wedged or packed by hand with a light hammer, so that when the whole pavement is finished, there shall be a convexity of four inches in the breadth...
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A treatise on the principles and practice of levelling ...

Frederick Walter Simms, Henry Law, John Cresson Trautwine - Leveling - 1856 - 214 pages
...the upper part of the pavement should be broken off with the hammer, and all the interstices should be filled with stone chips, firmly wedged, or packed by hand with a light hammer; so that, when the pavement is finished, there may be a convexity of 4 inches in the breadth of 15 feet...
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