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letter to ... Robert Peel ... on the supply of water to the metropolis
Robert Masters Kerrison
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The Metropolis Water Act was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which introduced regulation of water supply companies in London ("the Metropolis"), including minimum standards of water quality for the first time. The Act was enacted in order to "make provision for securing the supply to the Metropolis of pure and wholesome water.". The Late Sir Robert Peel on America. J to publish the substance-matter of this letter, my prefatory remarks shall have the merit of brevity, and, in one sense, "novelty," for, "in.
Seriously, and apart from jesting, this is no light matter. Not only does the great space which Sir Robert Peel occupied during many years in the history of the country entitle his character to. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: The saying of Sir Robert Peel, "My chief difficulty is Ireland," considered and a few remedial measures for that country suggested: in a letter to the Right Honourable Baronet /.
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[Robert Masters Kerrison; Robert Peel, Sir]. A letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the supply of water to the metropolis by: Old housekeeper. Published: () Review of the report by the General Board of Health on the supply of water to the metropolis contained in a report to the directors of the London (Watford) Spring Water Company / by.
Excerpt from The Private Letters of Sir Robert Peel The letters included in this volume were preserved, after the death of Sir Robert Peel inby his widow, Lady Peel. On her death inthey passed into the possession of her second son, Sir Frederick by: 2.
Half-title: Letter to Mr. Peel on the supply of water to the metropolis. Signed: An old housekeeper of the city of Westminster.
Errata at end of text. Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, . 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature ; no. Description: 25 pages. Half-title: Letter to Mr. Peel on the supply of water to the metropolis.
Signed: An old housekeeper of the city of Westminster. Errata at end of text. Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London. Goldsmiths'-Kress no.
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The private letters of Sir Robert Peel by Peel, Robert, Sir, ; Peel, George, Publication date Topics Great Britain -- Court and courtiers Evidence reported by Internet Archive biblio tool for item privatelettersof00peel on Ma Pages: A letter to one of the proprietors of the Grand Junction Water Company: on the subject of the Right Hon.
Peel's letter to the water companies of the metropolis. Peel, Robert, -- Water-supply -- England -- London. View all subjects on the subject of the Right Hon. Peel\'s letter to the water companies of the. “The Supply of Water in the Metropolis,” Lancet 1 (22 January ): [editorial] At the present time the Metropolis is supplied from numerous sources.
That civilization which has blocked up the I a primiti ve streams and springs has stretched out in different directions to bring this daily necessity in abundance to every nook and. Robert Peel. Robert Peel was born in Bury, Lancashire, on 5th February, His father, Sir Robert Peel (), was a wealthy cotton manufacturer and member of parliament for Tamworth.
Robert was trained as a child to become a future politician. Every Sunday evening he had to repeat the two church sermons that he had heard that day. Full text of "The speeches of the late Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, bart., delivered in the House of Commons" See other formats.
Norman Gash's magnificent two-volume life of Sir Robert Peel - Mr Secretary Peel () and Sir Robert Peel () - is the standard work on the great statesman, and is widely considered one of the great biographies of 19th-century prime Finds is delighted to return both to print, beginning with Mr Secretary Peel.
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Large emigration continues to USA and the colonies from Britain, 4 out of 5 are Irish. Metropolis is one of the most powerful novels I have read and one which may capture a large public both in America and England if it does not prove too bewildering to the plain reader." Film adaptation. The book was written with the intention of being adapted for film by Harbou's husband, the director Fritz : Thea von Harbou.
Noted science-fiction authority Forrest J. Ackerman hailed the book as "a work of genius," and a century after its initial publication Metropolis continues to captivate readers.
Dover () republication of the edition originally published by Ace Books, New York, See every Dover book in print at (36). Lady Bentham also refers to a letter written by her husband to Sir Robert Peel during February sug- THE SOCIETY AND THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC FIRE PROTECTION The example of Manchester, where the supply of on the Water Supply of the Metropolis' [pp].
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Thea Gabriele von Harbou ( - ) was a German screenwriter, novelist, film director, and actress. She is especially known as the screenwriter of the science fiction film classic Metropolis and the story on which it was based/5(36).
Missing footage from Metropolis was discovered in a film museum in Argentina, and Kino has a newly restored version in circulation that is nearly complete. (Lang was reportedly inspired by a visit to New York City in the 's.) The print verion of Metropolis with the Kaluta illistrations is hard to find/5(7).“The speeches of the late Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, bart: delivered in the House of Commons”, p 9 Copy quote My belief is, from all that I have seen of the French people and their Government, that they are much more likely to presume upon our weakness than to take offence at our strength.