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Excerpt from of the Railway Committee 1850It can hardly be necessary to remark that there is no competing water carriage whatever nor ever can be that there is no competing water carriage whatever nor ever can be a railway is made the whole intercourse between the coast and the interior of the South of India must continue to be carried on by the very imperfect tedious and costly modes. .
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Madras Railway Committee