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Submersible Bridges. Discussion on Mr. R.P. Mears's Paper

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Mr. C. J. JACKAMAN proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Mears, and commented upon the Institution’s good fortune in having secured a paper so novel in character.

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