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Portland Cement Specifications. Discussion on Major Alan Moncrieff's Paper

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Portland Cement Specifications. Discussion on Major Alan Moncrieff's Paper
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The PRESIDENT (Major A. H. S. Waters, V.C., D.S.O., M.C., M.Inst.C.E., etc.), introducing Major Moncrieff, said that he was already well known to some of the members personally, but he was known to the Institution as a whole, not only by reason of the services he had rendered as its representative in India, but also because he was the bearer of a name which in the Institution would ever be honoured and remembered with gratitude.

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