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" The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers are notoriously bad — so much so as to be dangerous to the health and most offensive to the comfort of our people. Public work has been done so badly that structures have had to be renewed... "
Female Filosofy, Fished Out and Fried - Page 181
by L. E. Keith - 1894 - 293 pages
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Philadelphia 1681-1887: A History of Municipal Development

Edward Pease Allinson, Boies Penrose - 1887 - 468 pages
...of the principal thoroughfares. " The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers is notoriously bad — so much so as to be dangerous...Public work has been done so badly that structures have 1 For editorials illustrating the various arguments brought at the tune for and against the bill, see...
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The national government ; The state governments

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1888 - 786 pages
...of the principal thoroughfares. "The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers is notoriously bad — so much so as to be dangerous...to decay without completion. "Inefficiency, waste, badly- paved and filthy streets, unwholesome and offensive water, and slovenly and costly management,...
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The American Commonwealth: The national government. The state governments

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1893 - 776 pages
...of the principal thoroughfares. "The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers is notoriously bad — so much so as to be dangerous...waste, badly-paved and filthy streets, unwholesome aud offensive water, and slovenly and costly management, have been the rule for years past throughout...
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The New Era: Or, The Coming Kingdom

Josiah Strong - 1893 - 428 pages
...of the principal thoroughfares. The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers is notoriously bad— so much so as to be dangerous to...done so badly that structures have had to be renewed I "Municipal Institutions in America and England," The Forum, November, 1892. II Quoted in "The American...
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The national government. The state governments

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1893 - 760 pages
...of the principal thoroughfares. "The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers is notoriously bad — so much so as to be dangerous...health and most offensive to the comfort of our people. " 1'ublic work has been done so badly that structures have had to be renewed almost as soon as finished....
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The national government. The state governments

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1893 - 756 pages
...of the principal thoroughfares. "The system of sewerage and the physical condition of the sewers is notoriously bad — so much so as to be dangerous to the health and nio.st offensive to the comfort of our people. " Public work has been done so badly that structures...
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City Government in the United States

Alfred Ronald Conkling - 1894 - 252 pages
...winter it was not only distasteful and unwholesome for drinking, but offensive for bathing purposes. The effort to clean the streets was abandoned for...to decay without completion. Inefficiency, waste, badly paved and filthy streets, unwholesome and offensive water and slovenly and costly management...
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City Government in the United States

Alfred Ronald Conkling - 1895 - 252 pages
...and no attempt was made to that end until some public-spirited citizens, at their own ex- • pense, cleaned a number of the principal thoroughfares. The...to decay without completion. Inefficiency, waste, badly paved and filthy streets, unwholesome and offensive water and slovenly and costly management...
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Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, Volume 3

Moisei Ostrogorski - 1902 - 852 pages
...therefrom were further accentuated by the frequent changes which the State Legislature made in the notoriously bad, — so much so as to be dangerous...then permitted to fall to decay without completion." 1 City (jovernment in Philadelphia, by EP Allinson and B. Penrose. Baltimore, 1887, p. 01 ("Johns Hopkins...
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Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, Volume 2

Moisei Ostrogorski - 1902 - 844 pages
...further accentuated by the frequent changes which the State Legislature made in the notoriously bad,—so much so as to be dangerous to the health and most...that structures have had to be renewed almost as soon us finished. Others have been in part constructed at enormous expense, and then permitted to fall to...
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