A grand piece of workmanship is about to be commenced at Harpers Ferry. Proposals are to be received in a few days for the mason work of the bridge which is to be constructed across the Potomac. It is to rest on seven substantial piers and two abutments— the whole to be erected by the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, except the abutment on this side, which is to be raised by the Virginia Company. This structure, when completed, will be regarded with peculiar interest. It will unite two great works of Internal Improvement, and connect, with bonds of iron, two independent sister States. The Baltimore Rail Road Company may address those States in the language of Virgil: “Connubio jungam stabili.”—-
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