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Discussion on Casing Piles

Mr. W.Y. CHAMBERLAIN (Deputy Chief Engineer of the Belfast Harbour Board) said: Mr. Chairman and gentlemen, in the first place I would like to thank you for according me the privilege of being present here tonight to listen to the excellent and most interesting paper submitted by Major Du-Plat-Taylor. I am sure you will bear with me when I tell you that I am totally unaccustomed to speaking in public, and especially before such a distinguished engineering audience as I now have the honour of addressing.