The Railway Magazine, and Annals of Science, Band 1

Wyld and Son, 1836

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Seite 197 - Provided also, and be it further enacted, that nothing herein contained shall extend or be construed to extend to...
Seite 11 - It could be done only on principles of private justice, moral fitness, and public convenience, which, when applied to a new subject, make common law without a precedent; much more when received and approved by usage.
Seite 293 - The section shall be drawn to the same horizontal scale as the plan, and to a vertical scale of not less than one inch to every 100 feet...
Seite 293 - ... shall be deposited for public inspection at the office of the clerk of the peace for every county, riding or division in England or Ireland, or in the office of the principal sheriff...
Seite 239 - I don't know—I shall be in town uniil twelve. Well, I shall be there; but you must let me off in time for the theatre.' And then, sir, there will be barrels of pork, and cargoes of flour, and chaldrons of...
Seite 293 - ... on the owners or reputed owners, lessees or reputed lessees, and occupiers of the said lands, and on the overseers of such parishes, and on the trustees, surveyors of highways, or other persons having the care of such roads or streets.
Seite 340 - Notice in writing in the form hereinbefore mentioned, shall be made to the Owners or reputed Owners, Lessees or reputed Lessees, or in their absence from the United Kingdom, to their Agents respectively, and to the Occupiers of Lands through which any such alteration is intended to be made ; and the consent of such Owners or reputed Owners, Lessees or reputed Lessees, and Occupiers, to the making of such alteration, shall be proved before the Examiner.
Seite 111 - The deafening peal of thunder, the sudden immersion in gloom, and the clash of reverberated sounds in confined space, combine to produce a momentary shudder or idea of destruction — a thrill of annihilation, which is instantly dispelled on emerging into the cheerful light.
Seite 10 - When a man by the exertion of his rational powers has produced an original work, he seems to have clearly a right to dispose of that identical work as he pleases, and any attempt to vary the disposition he has made of it appears to be an invasion of that right.
Seite 458 - Whether, in the lines proposed, the gradients and curves are generally favourable or otherwise, and the steepest gradient, exclusive of the inclined planes above referred to, and the smallest radius of a curve.

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