Page 17 - Minutes of Proceedings of Civil Engineers Vol CXCV 1913-14 Part 3 Correspondence
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732 coRBEsPoNDENCE oN THE coNsrRucrloN oF fMinutes ol sir whatelv during the constrrrction of the works many di{Iiculties had been encountered orving to tho depth of tlre trenches, the unfavour- able nature of the glound, and tho pcculiarities of the site; antl the patienco onrl skill of thoso engngod in thc operations must havo beon trietl to tho rrttennost. The depth of wnter provided in tho basin ought to provc srrllicient for any ships that rvere cver lil
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