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British Industrial History

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*Liverpool Architectural and Engineering Societies, p 402.
 
*Liverpool Architectural and Engineering Societies, p 402.
 
**[[W. Goldstraw]].
 
**[[W. Goldstraw]].
*Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors Association, p 402.
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*[[Association of Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors|Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors Association]], p 402.
 
**[[W. G. Laws]], President in the Chair.
 
**[[W. G. Laws]], President in the Chair.
 
**[[Edward Pritchard|E. Pritchard]].
 
**[[Edward Pritchard|E. Pritchard]].

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Main Subjects

  • Contents p 412.
  • Deaths, p 403.
  • Diagrams for Estimating the Quantities of Girder Bridges, p 398.
  • Editorial, p 403.
    • The London Sewage Inquiry.
    • An Episode in American Contracting.
    • Volunteer Torpedo Corps.
    • Steel and Iron Shipbuilding.
  • Electrical Engineering at The Inventions Exhibition No. IV, p 405 - 407.


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