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Epping Drainage

Volume 216: debated on Tuesday 1 July 1873

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Observations Resolutions

rose to call attention to the way in which the Local Government Board are dealing with the Drainage and Water Supply of the town of Epping, and their proposal to raise an additional rate on the inhabitants for further experiments; and, to move—

"That it is inexpedient that any such further rate should be raised in the present unsatisfactory state of the works, and whilst the uncertainty still exists of obtaining a sufficient water supply to justify their expenditure of such a large sum of money,"

when—

Notice taken, that 40 Members were not present; House counted, and 40 Members not being present,

House adjourned at a quarter after Nine o'clock.