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 - VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS The introduction...
VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS The introduction introduction of the Cretan Water in iu purity into every dwelling in the city, may now be secured by the use of a U aiLClIU, WOICB UM a.u,w M Ui finmose. The subscriber h ax invented a new method, and obtained a patent forthe mannfacture of pipe from solid block tin, which ia stronger, and better adapted to the object than any other metal. Those ho are acquainted with the properties of metals will readily perceive the superior advantages of tin over lead, and will give a decided preference to the former, aa I it isknowntobeasalermettel. I Those whittling to take the Croton Water aa pure and I clear as it can be conveyed in a ailver conductor, can be gratified by supplying themselves with pipe manufactured by the subscriber, at the corner of Canal and Elm sta. New York, 97th April, 1843. JAMES E. 8ERRELL, I have examined the Tin Pipe made by Mr Serrell.and think it a arood article, and the material entirely free from objection, which is made by many to the use of lead, as it will not be corroded by the water. New York, 8th May, 1843. JOHN D. WARD. We have examined the block tin pipe manufactured by James E. Serrell. and consider it a great improvement, possessing many decided advantages over other kinda. SAML F.B.MORSE, I have exaaained the tin pipe made by J. E. Serrell of this city. I consider the pipe, aa adapted to conducting Croton Water, superior to leaden pipe (now generally used) in every respect. - In has greater strength and ia less liable to be corroded, and if corroded the solution formed is not likely to produce deleterious effects. 8. D, GALE, M.D. I concur with Dr Gale in the above, and would add that I consider the tin pipe as far superior to the lead pipe in resisting the concussion caused by suddenly shutting of the atop cocks. JAME8 C. FISHER, M. D. Plumbers can be supplied with the Tin Pipe for about the same price per foot aa lead Pipe of equal strength, which will enhance the expense but little to the public. mil

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 19 May 1843, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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