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WEST MIDDLESEX WATER-WORKS, Hammersmith
West Middlesex Water-Works Bill, for supplying the inhabitants of Kensington, Hammersmith, Chiswick, Brentford, Battersea, Putney, Richmond, and the neighbouring parishes, townships, hamlets, and places, with an ample, convenient, and sure supply of settled water, from the River Thames.
[London]: printed by C. Spilsbury, Angel-Court, Snowhill, [1806].
2, [2] p. ; 34.0 cm. (2°)

Folded sheet, p. [3] blank. Drop-head title. Docket-title 'West Middlesex Water-Works Bill. Observations And Remarks On The Merits Of This Bill, And On The Petition of the Chelsea Water-Works Company, as Opposed to it'. Dated at the end 'No. 26, 'Change Alley, Cornhill, June 4, 1806'. Issued with, and supplemented by, Extracts From reports ... by R. Dodd, Jun. engineer, 1806 (q.v.). The Bill was enacted as a Public Local and Personal Act, 1806. 46 Geo. III. c.119. Soane was one of three arbitrators (with William Ludlam and John William Lubbock) in the case leading to Dodd's dismissal on 12 December 1806.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on docket title No 3 and J.S. and accompanied by the Extracts From reports (q.v.).

Binding Folded paper, stapled (4) in a collection of reports on the Water-Works.

Reference Number 6187


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