Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers to the Secretary of War for the Year ..., Part 3

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1888
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Page 2030 - Ocean, the first thing which strikes us is, that, the north-east and south-east monsoons, which are found the one on the north and the other on the south side of the...
Page 1700 - Secretary of War. The SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. LETTER OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, UNITED STATES ARMY, Washington, DC, January 4, 1894.
Page 2047 - In witness whereof the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company has caused this stipulation to be signed by its president and its corporate seal to be affixed thereto, at its office in the city of New York, this 9th day of December, 1879.
Page 1758 - Virginia, and to use for a right of way through said property a section of land rifty-fpur feet wide and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point in the...
Page 2065 - Engineers shall have directed a preliminary examination of the same by the local engineer in charge of the district, or an engineer detailed for the purpose; and such local or detailed engineer shall report to said Chief of Engineers, whether, in his opinion, said harbor or river is worthy of improvement, and shall state in such report fully and particularly the facts and reasons on which he bases such opinion, including the present and prospective demands of commerce...
Page 1871 - May 14, 1880, which, project as modified contemplates the rebuilding of the Cedars Lock, the renovation of the old locks as they require it, and the deepening and widening the channel of the Fox River throughout to 6 feet depth and 100 feet width, without reference to the original project.
Page 1837 - ... mouth of the river to the 15-foot contour in Green Bay, and dredging a channel between them 14 feet deep. In 1874 it was decided to extend the piers to the 16-foot contour.
Page 1929 - C. ENDICOTT, Secretary of War. The SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. LETTER OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS.
Page 1612 - Work was in progress at the beginning of the fiscal year, and was continued until August 1, when the contract was completed.
Page 1758 - That any persons or corporations having lawful authority to erect a bridge or bridges across the Great Kanawha River, in West Virginia, may hereafter erect bridges across said river, for railroad or other uses, upon compliance with the provisions and requirements of this act.

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