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Argument on behalf of Joseph Tilden and others, remonstrants, on the hearing of the petition of the mayor of the city of Boston

on behalf of the City Council, for a grant of the requisite powers to construct an aqueduct from Long Pond to the city, before a Joint Special Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature, March VI, MDCCCXLV

by William J. Hubbard

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Published by Press of T.R. Marvin in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bound volume includes: 1. Report on the subject of introducing pure water into the city of Boston -- 2. [Report of committee appointed to inquire into possible water sources for the city] -- 3. Report of the commissioners appointed ... to devise a plan for supplying the city of Boston with pure water -- 4. Pure water -- 5. Papers relating to the introduction of pure water -- 6. Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 7, 1839 -- 7. Soft water -- 8. Statement of evidence before the Committee of the Legislature -- 9. Thoughts about water -- 10. Report of the commissioners appointed under the order of the City Council, August 26, 1844 -- 11. Petition of the stockholders of Spot Pond Aqueduct Company -- 12. Petition of the stockholders of Spot Pond Aqueduct Company -- 13. Arguments and statements addressed to the members of the Legislature -- 14. Remarks on the present project of the city government for supplying the inhabitants of Boston with pure soft water -- 15. Proceedings before a joint special committee of the Massachusetts legislature ...for leave to introduce a supply of pure water into that city, from Long Pond -- 16. Fellow citizens: The question is to be taken and decided ... -- 17. Spot Pond -- 18. Remarks on supplying the city of Boston with pure water -- 19. Argument on behalf of Joseph Tilden and others ... powers to construct an aqueduct from Long Pond to the city ... -- 20. Further remarks on supplying the city of Boston with pure water -- 21. Further remarks on supplying the city of Boston with pure water -- 22. A review of the report of the water commissioners of 1845.

Other titlesMr. Hubbard"s argument before the Joint Special Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature, on the water question, Mr. Hubbard"s argument before the Joint Special Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature, on the water question
Statementby William J. Hubbard
ContributionsTilden, Joe, Boston (Mass.). City Council, Massachusetts. General Court. Joint Special Committee on the Petition of the Mayor of the City of Boston for a Grant of the Requisite Powers to Construct an Aqueduct from Long Pond to the City
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD225.B7 H87
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p. ;
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24341240M
LC Control Number06040454
OCLC/WorldCa4477991


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