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The composition and uses of plain and reinforced concrete

I am sure that all the members will join with me in regret that this paper should not have been undertaken by Colonel Winn, who was first asked to read it, and who is especially capable of dealing with the subjects of concrete and reinforced concrete, having for some years occupied the position of Instructor to the Royal Engineers at Chatham, and being well known as an authority on all matters relating to concrete and reinforced concrete. Charles F Marsh