|Title||File receipt of paid bill for legal notice printed in New York Times by City of Hoboken, Sept. 10, 1858.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Scope & Content||
File receipt of paid bill for legal notice printed in New York Times by City of Hoboken, Sept. 10, 1858.
Request for proposals by contractors for building Washington Street sewer (see notes.) Newspaper advertisement of twelve lines ran nineteen times apparently in 1858, but bill was not paid until February of 1859.
City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations.
text of published notice
To Contractors - Sealed Proposals will be received at the City Surveyor's Office, Hoboken for building a Sewer in Washington-street, Hoboken, from a southerly line of Sixth-street to Newark-street, and then easterly to the Hudson River, together with the necessary man holes receiving basins, &c, according to plans and specifications made by W.W. Shippen, City Surveyor. The plans and specifications can be seen at the City Surveyor's office, on and after the 11th inst. Proposals will be received to Oct. 4 inst., inclusive, and will be opened in public in the Council Chamber on the evening of Oct. 4.
|Year Range from||1858|
|Year Range to||1859|
New York Times, The
City Surveyor, Office of
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