3 edition of Report of the committee for the introduction of wholesome water into the city of Philadelphia found in the catalog.
Report of the committee for the introduction of wholesome water into the city of Philadelphia
Philadelphia (Pa.). Watering Committee.
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Report of the Committee for the Introduction of Wholesome Water into the city of Philadelphia. [John Miller, of Philadelphia.; Philadelphia (Pa.). Councils. Committee for the Introduction of Wholesome Water into the City.].
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[Philadelphia (Pa.). Councils. Watering Committee.]. Report of the Watering Committee upon the present state of Report of the committee for the introduction of wholesome water into the city of Philadelphia book works for supplying the city with water and several other Report of the committee for the introduction of wholesome water into the city of Philadelphia book proposed for that purpose.
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Inseven years after Franklin 's death, the first petition for the introduction of water into the city of Philadelphia was presented to City Councils and Franklin 's plan was discussed.
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