A Practical Treatise on Roads, Streets, and Pavements

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Van Nostrand, 1876 - 258 pages
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Page 97 - All the irregularities of the upper part of the said pavement; are to be broken off by the hammer, and all the interslices to be filled with stone chips firmly wedged or packed by hand with a light hammer, so that when the whole pavement is finished there shall be a convexity of 4 inches in the breadth of 15 feet from the center.

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