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42,782 yards of excavation, at 8 cts.... 7,325

of embankment, at 10 cts. 35 chains of grubbing, at 86, I culvert 8 feet chord,.. 1 farm bridge, 372 rods of fence, at 70 cts. I waste-weir,

$3,422 56

732 50 210 00 927 00 381 26 260 40 235 00

86,168 72

Secton 77-80.70 chains. Begins on C. Harris' land; ends on that of Col. Long; line along the face of the hills; very gentle ascent; excavation sandy loam. 53,207 yards of excavation, at 8 cts...

$1,256 56 10,932 embankment, at 10 cts.

1,093 20 2 culverts 8 feet span,

1,310 00 452 rods of fence, at 70 cts.

316 40

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86,976 16

Section 78–80.30 chains. Begins on the land of C. Harris; ends on James Gilmore's; a slide bank occurs near Gardiner's store-house, 9 chains in length, and extending from the top of the hill down to the river.

The cslimate provides for piles driven 3 scet apart and 14 dcep for the length of the slide; excavation, loam and clay. 47,528 cubic yds. of excavation, at 8 cts..... $3,802 24 5,874 of embankment, at 10 cts......

587 40 322 rods of fence, at 70 cts..

225 40 41 chains of grubbing, at 86,

246 00 2 culverts, 4 and 6 feet chord,

990 00 2 road bridges, 12 feet, 2d class,

762 52 198 piles, 81.25,.....

247 50 1 waste-weir,...

235 00

$7,096 06

Section 79_79.06 chains. Begins on the land of James Gilmore, and ends on the land of Mr. Webber; line along the base of uplands, and for the most part on a narrow flat of from 1 to 2 chains wide. York creck is crosscd on this section; excavation, clay and loam. 27,280 cubic yds. of excavation, at 8 cts ....

$2,182 40 36,042

embankment, at 10 cts ...... 3,604 20 56 chains of grubbing, at $6,...

336 00 1 culvert of 8 feet span,

665 00 1 lock, No. 148, 8 feet, .

4,733 00 I road bridge, 12 ft....

381 26 516 rods of fence, at 70 cts..

361 20

$12,253 06

Section 80–80.41 chains. Commencing on the land of Mr. Webber, and ending on that of Daniel McKenzie; located along the base of the hills; excavation, clay and loam. 25,656 cubic yards of excavation, at 7 cts..... 81,795 92 43,161 embankment, at 10 cts...

4,316 10 1 culvert over Fowlersville creek, 8 feet chord,

655 00 2 culverts of 4 feet span, ....

800 00 I road bridge over Fowlersville road,

000 57 2 farm bridges,....

762 52 47 chains of grubbing, at 86,

282 00 322 rods of fence, ai 70 cts.per rod,

225 40

$9,437 51

Section 81–80.09 chains. Beginning on the land of D. McKenzie, and extending along the base of the hills to a point on that of George Silliman; slide banks occur about half a mile below Fowlersville bridge; they consist of three separate slides with points of firm ground intervening; their bases are washed by the river. To pass the slides, the estimate includes the cost of making a cut 36 chains long to the top of the hill, 34 feet above bottom, and of width sufficient to place the bottom of the canal on the solid ground. Thirty-six chains of docking 30 feet high, are required for the protection of the embankment; excavation, clay and loam. 137,670 c. yards of excavation, at 10 cts.... $13,767 00 18,623

at 9 cts..

1,667 07 80 chains of grubbing, at $4,

320 00 320 rods of fence, at 70 cts..

224 00 1 culvert, 8 feet chord,

589 00 99,792 c. seet docking, at 6 cts...

5,987 52

822,563 59

Section 82–81.14 chains. Beginning on the land of George Silliman; ends on that of Chittenden. Located on sloping ground; excavation, clay and loam. 13,127 yards embankment, at 9 cts....

81,181 43 19,264 cxcavation, at 7 cts..

1,348 48 21 chains grubbing, at $6,.......

126 00 528 rods of fence, at 70 c. per rod,.

369 60 1 farm bridge,.....

381 26 1 lock No. 129, 8 ft...

4,733 00

$8,139 77

Section 83–79.10 chains. Begins on Chittenden's land; ends on Mrs. Newbold's; located on the slope of the uplands; surface smooth. Excavation, clay and !oam. 31,328 yards excavation, at 8 c...

$2,506 24 33 chains light grabbing, at 84,.

132 00 633 rods of fence at 70 c.

443 10 1 culvert 8 ft.

589 00 2 farm bridges,

762 52 1 waste-weir,....

235 00

$4,667 86

Section 84–82.42 chains. Begins on the estate of Mrs. Newbold; extends over the flats to a point on that of

Le Roy, esq.

This section is opposite the village of Avon. The distance from Mount-Morris dam by the line is 16 miles 12 chains. Excavation, alluvial. 20,042 yards excavation, at 8 c....

$1,603 36 21,746 embankment at 10 c.

2,174 60 659 rods of fence, at 70 c.....

461 30 1 road bridge for Buffalo turnpike,

600 57 Culvert 2 It. span,

196 00 1 farm bridge,

381 26

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$5,417 09 Section 85-79.84 chains. Begins on the estate of Mr. Le Roy, located along the face of a gentle slope. While creek is crossed on this section. Soil alluvial. 21,791 yards excavation, at 8 C.......

$1,754 28 10,668 at 10 c..

1,066 80 659 rods of fence, at 70 C.......

461 30 1 culvert 4 feet span for White creek,

400 00 1 farm bridge, ...

381 26 25 chains of altering Rochester road,

399 07 1 waste-weir,...

235 00

84,697 71 Section 86-80.73 chains. Begins on Le Roy's land; ends on the Street farm; located on the slope of the upland. Soil, alluvial. 47,142 yards excavation, at 8 c.

83,771 36 8 chains light grubbing, at $5,

40 00 646 rods fence, at 70 c.

452 20 1 farm bridge, ...

381 26

$4,644 82

Section 87-81.50 chains. Begins and ends on the Street farm; located in a swamp, and along the face of gently ascending ground. Soil, alluvial. 31,300 yards cxcavation, at 8 c.....

$2,504 00 2,640 embankment, at 10 c.

264 00 652 rods fence, at 70 c.

456 40 20 chains grubbing, at 88, ....

160 00

$3,384 40

Section 88–78.22 chains. Begins and ends on the land of James Wadsworth; located on gently ascending ground; soil, alluvial. 25,000 yds excavation, at 8 C., ....

$2,000 00 9,162 do embankment, at 10 c...

916 20 15 chains light grubbing, at $5,....

75 00 625 rods of fence at 70 c. per rod,

437 50 2 farin bridges, ....

762 52 I culvert for Dugan's creek, 4 feet span,

400.00 1 waste-weir,...

235 00

84,826 22

Section 89_80.65 chains. Begins on James Wadsworth's land, ends on that of Isaac Cox; ground is a gentle ascent from flats; soil, alluvial. 31,116 yards excavation, at 8 C., ..

82,489 28 40 chains light grubbing, at $5,

200 00 645 rods of fence, at 70 c. per rod,

451 50 1 farm bridge,

381 26

83,522 04

Section 90–80.27 chains. Begins on Isaac Cox's land, ends on that of Warren. Located on ascending ground, in a transverse direction; excavation, clay, loam and gravel. 42,773 yards excavation, at 8 c.,....

$3,421 84 2,000 do lining, at 18 C.,.....

360 00 8 chains light grubbing, at $5,

40 00 560 rods of fence, at 70 c. per rod,

392 00 2 farm bridges,

762 52 1 lock, No. 130, 8 ft.

4,733 00

$9,709 36

Section 91-79.81 chains. Begins on Warren's, ends on Isaac Cox's land. Located on nearly level ground; excavation, gravel and loam.

30,800 yards excavation, at sc. .....

1,600 do lining, at 18 c. 639 rods of fence, at 70 c. per rod, 1 road bridge, .. 2 farm bridges,

$2,464 00

288 00 447 30 600 57 762 52

$4,562 39 Estimate for Allen's creek feeder. This creek is received into the canal through a feeder twenty. one chains in length, passing along the foot of a low hill on which Scottsville is situated. It intersects the main line a few chains below the aqueduct. 13,650 yards embankment, at 12 c. ......

$1,638 00 1 road bridge,

600 57

2,238 57 Removing creek bridge,

150 00 150 feet of docking, 50 feet high,......

66 00 Bulk head,

280 43 496 43

82,735 00

Section 92–77.51 chains. Begins on the land of Isaac Cox; ends on that of Shaffer's. The village of Scottsville is opposite this section. Allen's creek is received into the canal through a feeder 21 chains in length. The creek is crossed by an aqueduct, with two spaces of 22 feet each between abutments and pier. Excavation, gravelly loam. 25,792 cubic yards of excayation, at 8 c.

$2,079 36 55, 442 embankment, at 12 c.

6,653 04 620 rods fencing, at 70 c.

434 00 1 farm bridge,

381 26 I aqueduct over Allen's creek,

2,421 40 I culvert, 2 feet chord, ..

196 00

$12,165 06

Section 93–80.82 chains. Begins on Shaffer's; ends on F. Miller's land. Line on gently ascending ground, in a transverse direction. Excavation, clay and loam. 30,000 yards of excavation, at c.

$2,400 00 12 grubbing at $6,

72 00 646 rods fencing, at 70 c.

452 20 1 farm bridge,

381 26 1 waste-weir,

235 00

83,546 46

(Assem. No. 42.]

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