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" ... nothing is to be laid on the clean stone on pretence of binding; broken stone will combine by its own angles into a smooth solid surface that cannot be affected by vicissitudes of weather, or displaced by the action of wheels, which will pass over... "
The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ... - Стр. 93
1820
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Том 1

1820
...large stones when the road is broken up, and for keeping the road smooth after being relaid, and whils it is consolidating. Very light broad-mouthed shovels,...that cannot be affected by vicissitudes of weather or diplaced by the action of wheels, which will pass over it without a jolt, and consequently without...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Том 1

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1820
...road is broken up, and for keeping the road smooth after being relaid, and while it i» consolidatiug. Very light broad-mouthed shovels, to spread the broken...that cannot be affected by vicissitudes of weather or diplaced by the action of wheels, which will pass over it without a jolt, and consequently without...
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The Quarterly Review, Том 23

1820
...applies to all materials universally. Round gravel and round pebbles never make a tolerable road: but broken stone will combine by its own angles into a smooth solid surface, that cannot be affected by the vicissitudes of weather.' But though all our authorities agree in the necessity of forming the...
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The London Quarterly Review, Том 23

1820
...applies to all materials universally. Round gravel and round pebbles never make a tolerable road : but broken stone will combine by its own angles into a smooth solid surface, that cannot be affected by the vicissitudes of weather.' But though all our authorities agree in the necessity of forming the...
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The Quarterly Review, Том 23

1820
...applies to all materials universally. Round gravel and round pebbles never make a tolerable road: but broken stone will combine by its own angles into a smooth solid surface, that cannot be affected by the vicissitudes of weather.' But though all our authorities agree in the necessity of forming the...
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Essay on the construciton and reparation of roads

Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Internal Improvements in the Commonwealth - 1833 - Страниц: 8
...pretence of binding. Broken stone will combine by its own angles into a smooth, solid surface, which cannot be affected by vicissitudes of weather, or...it without a jolt, and consequently without injury. 11. "A carriage ought as much as possible to stand upright in travelling. I have generally made roads...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Том 2

1834
...pretence of binding. Broken stone will combine by its own angles into a -щи. ril,, solid surface, which cannot be affected by vicissitudes of weather, or...without a jolt, and consequently without injury." Again, Sir, in hi» communication lo the President of the Bocrd of Agri . culture i>f England, he says,...
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A Manual of the Principles and Practice of Road-making: ...and Rail-roads

1852 - Страниц: 372
...evil. He adds that nothing must be laid on the clean stone under the pretence of " binding ;" for clean broken stone will combine by its own angles into a smooth solid surface, which cannot be affected by vicissitudes of weather, nor displaced by the action of wheels. The French...
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Mackenzie's five thousand receipts in all the useful and domestic arts

Colin MacKenzie - 1853 - Страниц: 456
...will imbibe water and be affected with frost; nothing is to be laid oil the clean stone on Tn-etence of binding; broken stone will combine by its own angles...it without a jolt, and consequently without Injury. flint makes an excellent road, if due ittention be paid to the size; but, from want of that attention,...
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Notes on Practical Road Making and Repairing, for the Information of ...

1863 - Страниц: 23
...pound weight in the head, the face the size of a new shilling, well steeled, with a short handle. Rakes with wooden heads, ten inches in length, and iron...without a jolt, and consequently without injury.* During the late winter, and particularly in the month of January, 1820, when the frost was succeeded...
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