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-Mr. H. J. DEANE, B.Eng., M.Inst.C.E. (Past President), proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Jackaman, and said that the information given concerning the driving and screwing of the piles would be valuable to members. Mr. Deane added that when he had first read the paper he had been disappointed because it had not contained so much data as he would have liked, but fortunately Mr. Jackaman had given some supplementary information at the meeting, and Mr. Deane suggested that that should be published in The Structural Engineer. For example, the diagram relating to the screwed piles and the strata penetrated, and the notes of the progress of the sinking of the piles, were valuable.