Bridges -- Design and construction -- Costs -- Early works to 1800. : A scheme for speedily raising a sum of money sufficient to defray the expence of building a stone bridge at Black-Fryars [electronic resource] : humbly offered to the consideration of the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Worshipful the Aldermen, and the Inhabitants of the City of London. With Some Observations on Mr. Whiston's Scheme, Shewing, That the Adoption thereof will be a Great Burthen to the Citizens. To which is Added, A Postscript, Containing the Proposal of a Common Council Man lately deceased, for Raising the Sum wanted, by an easy Voluntary Subscription of the Mayor, Aldermen, Clergy, Gentry, and Inhabitants of London. By a liveryman.
Bridges -- Design and construction -- Costs -- Pennsylvania. : Calculation, shewing in what time a permanent bridge over the river Schuylkill, supposed to cost two hundred thousand dollars, may be built and redeemed from the estimated combined product of duties on sales at auction within the city of Philadelphia and the product of bridge toll, contemplating a loan to be obtained on the credit of said combined product, so as to acquire the object of having not only a permanent but a free bridge when redeemed [electronic resource].
Bridges -- Design and construction -- United States. : John A. Williamson, R.W. Nelson, and the Central Railway & Bridge Co., appellants, vs. Louis Krohn, appellee [electronic resource] : appeal from the United States Circuit Court for the district of Kentucky at Covington, record.
Bridges -- Earthquake effects -- New Zealand. : Proceedings of the second Joint U.S.-New Zealand Workshop on Seismic Resistance of Highway Bridges, San Diego, California, May 8-10, 1985 / conducted by Applied Technology Council ; Christopher Rojahn, principal investigator.