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Iron bridges

are to be erected across the canal in this city, so as to connect two of the streets, and will be completed in the course of the winter. Experience has demonstrated that iron bridges, while they cost one-third more in their erection, are vastly cheaper in the end, whatever the length, and are being adopted on railroads and elsewhere.

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