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1842 c - For the reason that the law of the state and...
For the reason that the law of the state and the contract entered intnnniW it mn.,;.. .u . ... , ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -- -- --, --, --, niius mo erection of a high aqueduct, and of necessity, that it should M nil lit in oa ahApt I .J . - a itru u is consistent with tne proper construction nf th nmri- nmri- a - . "via, sw oa I1UI UQ- UQ- necessarily to interrupt the navigation of the river; and as the resolution to suspend the work is a XI . ,7 "u"uon m ,ne law, i am constrained to Wltnnold mv annmval fmm it ri made to the first resolution are applicable to the ... " me aoiunu resolution is cmy auxiliary auxiliary to the first. Even if we had the legal power to stop the work, I do not believe their would be a saving of money, as stated in the report of the fJmi,tee- fJmi,tee- The only possible saving to the city, J,h work should hereafter be continued, would k i j t,fiereDce hetween the premium which we should have to pay for monies borrowed now, and r leser premium we might hereafter obtain it ri d money become more plenty. The sum of $175,000 of interest mentioned by the committee, committee, which would be saved if the work was now suspended, would have to be expended at any time when th aqueduct should be built, as it is the amount of interest that would accrue on monies expended open the aqueduct while erecting and before it could be used, which would be the same hereafter as now. ROBERT H. MORRIS.

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 22 Apr 1842, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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