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     Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 73 - 1959 page 172
More Notes on Kentish Roads. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.  continued

Works to be done in and about the Said Bridge and widening thereof under this Contract find allow provide and use all the best Materials of the several kinds of sorts and all Labour Workmanship Scaffolding and Tackle that shall be necessary for performing and executing the said Works in a good substantial and workmanlike Manner to the Satisfaction of the Surveyor appointed or to be appointed as aforesaid and shall and will deliver or cause to be delivered on the Spot or Place where the same is and are to be used respectively all the Materials whatsoever without any further or greater Expense or Charge unto the Trustees of the said Roads than is stipulated to be paid in and by this Contract and without any Allowance for Waste or otherwise And that if any Part or Parts of the Materials or Workmanship aforesaid when delivered or performed shall by the Surveyor of the said Work now and for the time being be thought or adjudged deficient in any Respect that then it shall and may be lawfull for the said Surveyor to make such Deduction from the Price hereby contracted and agreed for as he or they shall think reasonable or if such Deficiency shall be in the Materials only either to make such Deductions as aforesaid or otherwise cause such defective Materials to be returned to and at the Expense of the said John Corbett his Executors or Administrators as he or they shall think most fit and that he the said John Corbett his Executors or Administrators shall and will receive and take back the same at his and their own Expense without any 

Payment or Allowance being made for such defective  Materials on any Account or Pretence whatsoever And that if he the said John Corbett his Executors or Administrators do not or shall not proceed when ordered to carry on and execute as expeditiously as may be the several Works and with the Materials herein before contracted and agreed for to the Satisfaction of and according to the Directions he shall from time to time receive from such Surveyor as aforesaid or shall not find and provide able and effective and sufficient Workmen and Labourers properly qualified and experienced to be employed on the said Work that then it shall and may be lawful for (and the said John Corbett for himself his Executors and Administrators doth hereby authorise and impower) the Trustees of the said Roads for the time being or any Five of them or such Surveyor as aforesaid at any time or times and at such time or times as he or they shall think fit to employ or cause to be employed at such Rates or Prices as the Trustees of the said Roads or any Five of them or such Surveyor as aforesaid can agree for such Number of able and skilful Workmen and Labourers as the said Trustees or any Five of them or such Surveyor as aforesaid shall think proper and necessary for the carrying on and compleating the said Works with all necessary Dispatch and to pay or cause to be paid to the Workmen and Labourers so employed all such Sums and Sums of Money as they shall be severally

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