Dwelling Houses: Their Sanitary Construction and Arrangements

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Lewis, 1880 - Architecture, Domestic - 112 pages
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Page 47 - It ought to be an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminated by drainage.
Page 30 - The same inventor has also contrived one which can be used between the ceiling of one room and the floor of the room• above, provided that this space can be well ventilated.

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