r the top, if the disparity between the supply and demand be maintained.
The stand-pipe of the West Philadelphia Water Works, erected by Henry Howson in 1854, is a tube of boiler-iron 5 feet in diameter and 130 feet high, forming an ornamental column, with a base of cut stone and a spiral staircase terminating in a platform.
The stand-pipes of the London Water Works are of the following hights:—
New River84 to 145 feet.
Chelsea85 to 135 feet.
West Middlesex122 to 188 feet.
Grand Junction100 to 151 feet.
East London60 to 107 feet.
Stand-pipe for steam-pump.
The combined engine power is equal to 4,000 horses: delivery, 17,000,000,000 gallons annually.
The horse-power is in excess; a reserve being kept.
8,500,000 gallons are raised by each horsepower annually, to hights varying from 60 to 188 feet; mean hight, 100 feet. Daily supply, 90 gallons per house.
The New River Company supplies daily 700,000 persons with 40 gallons of water
is & Charleston R. R.
between Memphis and Grand Junction, Headquarters at LaGrange, Tenn., January River, Miss., December 21.
Post duty at Grand Junction till January, 1864.
Expedition to SenatDuty at Vicksburg till November.
At Grand Junction, Tenn., till January, 1864, and in District o29-May 30.
March to Memphis, Tenn., via Grand Junction, Lagrange, Holly Springs, Moscow and Germatchie March November 24-December 12.
At Grand Junction January 9 to March 8, 1863.
At Lagrange29-May 30.
March to Memphis, Tenn., via Grand Junction, Holly Springs and Lagrange, June 1-July 229-May 30.
March to Memphis, Tenn., via Grand Junction, LaGrange, Holly Springs, Moscow and Germa.
March to Memphis, Tenn., via LaGrange Grand Junction and Holly Springs, June 1 to July 21.
March to Memphis, Tenn., via LaGrange, Grand Junction, Holly Springs, etc., June 10-July 21.
er 2, 1862-January 10, 1863.
March from Grand Junction to Corinth, Miss., January 8-14, 1863, the