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ORDER OF REFERENCE
Supreme Court of the United States,
IN THE CASE OF
THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, Complainant,
THE WHEELING & BELMONT BRIDGE COMPANY
AND OTHERS, Defendants,
WITH THE PROOFS TAKEN
R. HYDE WALWORTH, COMMISSIONER ,
HIS REPORT, AND THE REPORT OF THE ENGINEER
APPOINTED BY AIM TO TAKE THE MEASUREMENT OF THE BRIDGE ACROSS THE
AND THE LOCALITIES IN CONNECTION THEREWITH ;
Pursuant to tho Directions contained in tho Order of Reference.
SARATOGA SPRINGS :
GEORGE F. WHITE, PRINTER.
ber, 1848, to June, 1850, for steam vessels built at Pittsburgh,
Objections to E. F. Johnson as engineer,
Report as to railway suspension bridge across the Connecticut, by Charles
Report as to the N. Y. and Boston rail road company, by E. F. Johnson,
Report on the Wheeling bridge to the city council of Wheeling, by Charles
Heights of sail vessels on the Connecticut river,
Register of state of the water at Wheeling,
Report, &c. of a wire suspension bridge, proposed to be erected over the
Ohio, at Cincinnati, by John A. Roebling,
Ellet's letter on the proposed bridge across the Ohio, at Cincinnati,
Report of the president of the Louisville and Portland canal,
Extract from letter of Capt. Hughes,
Capt. Sanders' table of shoals and ripples of the Ohio,
Memorial to congress from Evansville convention,
Table of measurements of steamboats, by J. Dickenson,
Application of defendants to postpone case,
Prof. Bartlett's corrections, &c.
Instructions to engineer,
Engineer's table of measurements of heights of bridge above river,
of measurements of localities of bridge,
of packets and large steamboats, .
of estimates for alterations of bridge,
DEPOSITION OF COMPLAINANT'S WITNESSES.