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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ... - Page 399
by Sholto Percy - 1832
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 16

Industrial arts - 1832
...material extent ; and as to the second, of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...secondly, to maintain it in good and sufficient repair. ( To bt cmtiimed.) SCIENTIFIC GLEANINGS. 1. Gelatine— M. D'ABCET. At the meeting of the Academy of...
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Mechanics magazine

m. salmon - 1832
...material extent ; and as to the second, of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...secondly, to maintain it in good and sufficient repair. ( Та be couti'iued.) SCIENTIFIC GLEANINGS. 1. Gelatine — M. D'ARCET. At the meeting of the Academy...
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On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures

Charles Babbage - Machinery - 1832 - 320 pages
...road between those two places. The committee agreed that " The only ground on which " a fair claim to toll can be made on any public road, " is to raise...first, to repay the expense " of its original formation ; secondly, to maintain it " in good and sufficient repair." Supposing it also to be ascertained that...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1832
...extent; and as to the second cause of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...opinion that the only ground on which a fair claim to toll can be made, on any public road, is to raise a fund, which, with the strictest economy, shall...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1832
...extent; and, as to the second cause of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...^opinion that the only ground on which a fair claim to toll can be made on any public road, is to raise a fund which, with the strictest economy, shall...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1832
...extent; and, as to the second cause of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...opinion that the only ground on which a fair claim to toll can be made on any public road, is to raise a fund which, with the strictest economy, shall...
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An historical and practical treatise upon elemental locomotion, by means of ...

Alexander Gordon - Transportation - 1832 - 192 pages
...extent: and as to the second cause of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...opinion, that the only ground on which a fair claim to toll can be made, on any public road, is to raise a fund, which, with the strictest economy, shall...
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Report on steam carriages, Issue 1

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Steam Carriages, Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, Benjamin Chew Howard, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Internal Improvements, United States. Congress House - Canals - 1832 - 346 pages
...extent; and, as to the second cause of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the amount of injury...opinion that the only ground on which a fair claim to toll can be made on any public road, is to raise a fund which, with the strictest economy, shall...
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A few facts concerning elementary locomotion

Francis Maceroni - Locomotives - 1834 - 131 pages
...material extent ; and as to the second, of increased charge, the trustees, in framing their Tolls, have probably not minutely calculated the Amount of injury...secondly, to maintain it in good and sufficient repair. " In conclusion, the Committee submit the following Summary of the Evidence, given by the several witnesses,...
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