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Correspondence. The Arch and other Theories as Applied to Portal Frames

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Correspondence. The Arch and other Theories as Applied to Portal Frames
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Sir, In his articles of “The Arch and Other Theories as Applied to Portal Frames,” Mr. Loveland omits the simplest of all the possible methods of analysis, namely, that which I published nine years ago in the Philosophical Magazine.*

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