An historical account of sub-ways in the British metropolis, for the flow of pure water and gas into the houses

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Página 257 - For the purposes of this section, the council of a borough includes the mayor, aldermen, and commons of the City of London in common council assembled, and the council of a metropolitan borough.
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Página 154 - The inhabitants of the said district comprised within the said limits and their successors shall be and are hereby declared to be one Body, politic and corporate, by the name of " The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Wimbledon " with perpetual succession and a Common Seal, and may assume Armorial bearings (which shall be duly enrolled in the Heralds...
Página 202 - England, after the quantity of their lands, tenements, and rents, by the number of acres and perches, after the rate of every person's portion, tenure, or profit, or after the quantity of their common of pasture or profit of fishing or other commodities there...
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Página 366 - It appears that the water of the Thames, when free from extraneous substances, is in. a state of considerable purity, containing only a moderate quantity of saline contentSi and those of a kind which cannot be supposed to render it unfit for domestic purposes, or to be injurious to the health. But as it approaches the metropolis it becomes loaded with a quantity of filth, which renders it disgusting to the senses, and improper to be employed in the preparation of food.
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Página 367 - Thames, as mechanically mixed with it, we may " conceive that a variety of incidental circumstances will " affect its quantity in the same situation and under the " same circumstances of the tide ; but the observations are " sufficiently uniform to warrant us in concluding, that the " Water is in the purest state at low tide, and the most " loaded with extraneous matter at half ebb. It would " appear, however, that a very considerable part, if not " the whole, of this extraneous matter may be removed...

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