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11. Board of Aldermen, February 15th, 1836: the following communication was received from his Honor the Mayor, enclosing a communication from Stephen Allen, Esq., Chairman of the Water Commissioners, and from D.B. Douglass, Esq., Chief Engineer, N.Y. Aqueduct, in relation to the practicability and probable expense of forcing by steam engines a sufficient quantity of water from the North or East River to a reservoir to be erected on Murray Hill, in aid of the present means for extinguishing fires, which was referred to the Committee on Fire and Water

12. Board of Aldermen, March 4, 1835: the Committee on Fire and Water, to whom was referred the report of the Water Commissioners, and the documents accompanying the same, in relation to supplying the City of New-York with pure and wholesome water, presented the following report

16. Argument on behalf of Joseph Tilden and others, remonstrants, on the hearing of the petition of the mayor of the city of Boston : on behalf of the city council, for a grant of the requisite powers to construct an aqueduct from Long Pond to the city : before a joint special committee of the Massachusetts legislature, March 6, 1845

32. In Common Council, September 6th, 1830: communication from Judge Wright, on the subject of supplying the city with water, referred to the Committees on Water and Fire Department, with authority to print. In Common Council, October 25th, 1830 : communication of Francis E. Phelps, on the subject of water, presented by Alderman B.M. Brown, referred to Committee on the Fire Department and Water Committee

33. An address to the mayor, the aldermen, and inhabitants of New York: supplemental to Col. Clinton's report, on water : demonstrating, from the facts ascertained by the surveys, as well as others, the advantages of a Rock-Water Company, with banking privileges : appropriating the surplus to public baths, and cleansing streets : also a proposition to the Manhattan Company to fill the aqueduct with rock-water