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St Martin-in-the-Fields 1862

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Martin-in-the-Fields]

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CARRIAGE-WAY PAVING.

£s.d.
Adelaide Street.—Taken up, stones dressed, and relaid on 6-in. concrete substratum16871
King William Street.—Taken up, stones dressed, and relaid on 6-in. concretc substrutum25313
Chandos Street.—Taken up from Ophthalmic Hospital to St. Martin's Lane, stones dressed, and relaid on 6-in. concrete substratum177196
James Street, Long Acre.—Taken up from boundary of parish to Long Acre, stones dressed, and relaid on 6-in. concrete substratum4512
Cockspur Street.—Old macadamized road dug up, and new 3×7 Mountsorrell stone laid down on 6-in. concrete substratum, from safety column at end of Hay to market Warwick Street. (Plot No. 13 on Plan of macadamized roads)7611810
Pall Mall East.—Old macadamized road dug up, and new 3×7 Mountsorrell stone laid down on 6-in. concrete substratum, from Haymarket to George III's statue. (Plot No. 9 on Plan of macadamized roads)217611
Coventry Street.—Taken up from Haymarket to Oxendon Street, stones dressed, and relaid on 6-in. concrete substratum, in conjunction with St. James Pariah, as per arrangement, dividing the street across the road147811
Adelphi Arches.—North side, carriage-way relaid30164
Hungerford Market, &c.—Stones removed and carted34152
Minor Repairs to various streets30117
Royal Procession.—Entry of the Princess Alexandria. Gravel spread throughout the length of route through the parish, and slop carted away after rain2793
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