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Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Volume 46, 1922 Public Deposited

Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Volume 46, 1922

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  • ICEI vol. 46
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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  • Dublin
  • Ireland
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  • issued 1922
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Abstract
  • Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Established 1835. Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1877. Eightieth-Fourth session, November, 1919 to May, 1920. Vol. XLVI Dublin: Printed for the Institution of Civil Engineers, by John Falconer, 53 Upper Sackville-Street, 1922. Issuing body changes from the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland to the Institution of Engineers of Ireland from volume 96 onwards.President’s address – Page 1 / The bogs as an Irish industrial asset by Thomas Tomlinson, Member – Page 23 / Irish coal and coalfields by L.J. Kettle, member – Page 51 – Irish water powers and their place in an industrial scheme by George Marshall Harriss, Member – Page 109/ Irish mineral resources and hoe they may be developed by Professor Henry J. Seymour – Page 149 / Road transport in Ireland by J.O. Moynam, member – Page 187 / Canals and inland navigation by H. Phillips – Page 194 / Annual General Meeting – Page 226 / The possibilities of employing electric motive power on the Irish railways by P.A. M’Gee = Page 227 / Report of Council for 1919-1920 / Auditors’ Report and Statement of Accounts for 1919 / List of Members, June 1921.
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  • Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland
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  • ink
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  • paper (fiber product)
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  • Irish
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  • ICEI-046_001
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  • DCAT0120811

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