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  • ACCIDENT, Railway, at Hatfield, 12
  • Archimedean Screw Propeller, The, 289
  • Acoustics of the Royal Albert Hall, The, 152
  • Act, The Railway Companies' 9Railway Legislation), 157
  • Action of Steam in the Cylinders of Locomotives, The, 1, 21, 54, 61, 89
  • Adding Machine, Webb's, 77
  • Admiralty, The, 193
  • Admiralty, The Late Controller of the, 2S7
  • Admiralty Recrimination, 141
  • Adzing and Boring Machine for Railway Sleepers, Ransome's, 86
  • Agricultural Society, The Royal; Prize List, 1871, 9
  • Agriculture, The Department of. in India, 142
  • Albert Bridge at Chelsea, 234, 373
  • Albert Hall, The Royal, 232
  • Albert Hall, The Royal, Acoustics of, 1:52
  • Albert Hall, The Royal [Programme of Opening Ceremony], 169
  • Albert Hall, The Royal, Engines at the, 55
  • Albert Memorial, The, 32, 288
  • Alcock's Hay Presses, 228
  • Alcock's Hydraulic Dead Weight Testing Machine, 27
  • Allahabad Scandal, The, 12
  • Allen Engine, The, 73, 424
  • Allen's Steam Engine Governor, 433
  • Ambulance Wagon, Military, Bayley's, 364
  • American Guns, 102
  • American Mechanic, The, 326
  • American Navy, The, 176. American Railroad Shop, An, 394
  • American Shunting Engine, 304
  • America, South, Railways in, 107
  • American Technical Journals, 126, 252
  • Anchorages in India. 219
  • Annual Dinner of the institution of Civil Engineers, 300, 306
  • Apparatus for Lowering the Bells of Blast Furnace:4, Wrightson's, 368
  • Apparatus for Testing Metals, Bischoff's, 205
  • Apparatus, Little's Moulding, 278
  • Appleby's Tank Locomotive for Buscot Park, 43
  • Applegath Augustus, The Late, 119
  • Appliances, Mechanical, on Shipboard. 3SS
  • Application of Steam to Canals, 446, 466
  • Aqueduct, Pipe, for the Philadelphia Water Works, 348
  • Archimedean Screw, The, 120

ARCHITECTS, NAVAL, INSTITUTION OF:

  • On the Improved Compound Engines, as fitted on board H.M.S. Briton, by G. B. Rennie, 230
  • Report of the Council, 235
  • On the Commercial Economy of Merchant Steamers, by Walter C. Bergius. 259
  • On Completing the Launching of Ships which have stopped in their Launching Slips, by W. B. Robinson, 260
  • On the Efficiency of Jet Propellers, by Cavaliere B. Brin, 244, 265, 294
  • On the Working Expenses of Steamers of Small Size, by A. F. Yarrow, 255
  • On the Calculation of the Stability of Ships, by W. IL White and W. John, 295, 311, 346 395
  • Argentine Republic, The, '253
  • Armaments, Naval, 137
  • Armour-Plate Bending Machine, 16
  • Arsenal Expenditure, 2s9
  • Arsenal. The Imperial Ottoman Naval, 203
  • Artificial Stone, Ransome's, 31, 306
  • Artillery, Field, 52, 212

ARTS, THE SOCIETY OF:

  • On the Different Methods of Extracting Sugar from Beetroot and Cane, by F. Kuhn, 219, 239
  • On the Application r f Steam to Canals, by Geo. Ed. Harding, 446. 465
  • Ashton and Storey's Steam Power Meter, :332
  • Association of Foremen Engineers, The London, Dinner of the, 152
  • Augusta Bridge, The, at Berlin. 45
  • Australian Railway Extension, 438
  • Australian Railways, 88
  • Automatic Weighing Machine, Pooley's, 258
  • Aveling and Porter's 20-horse Ploughing Engine, 9
  • A Year's Telegraphy, 132
  • Bain's Double-Acting Pump, 17
  • Balanced Slide Valves, Beattie's, 85
  • Balloon, Jansenn's Compass. 465
  • Barker's Hydraulic Railway Brake, 96
  • Barnes's Hose Coupling. 465
  • Barracks, Allahabad, Failure of the, 12
  • Baumann's Direct-Acting Steam Pump, 167
  • Patron's Steam Hammer, 17
  • Bayley's Military Ambulance Wagon, 364
  • Beattie's Balanced Slide Valve, 85
  • Beckton Gas Works. The, 240
  • Beetroot Distilling. 104
  • Beetroot Sugar, by Ferdinand Kohn. 219. 2::9
  • Bells of Blast Furnaces, Apparatus for Lowering the, Wrightson's. 368
  • Bending Armour Plates, Machine for, 16
  • Berlin, The Augusta Bridge at. 45
  • Bertram's Welding Process, 159
  • Bessemer's Steady Cabin, 100
  • Bessemer Steel and the Sherman Process, 123
  • Bilge Pump, Friedmann's, 4111
  • Bills, Private, in Parliament, 90, 101, 121, 139, 156, 171, 190, 207, 234, 257, 291, 320, S, 3G7, 394, 422, 442, 462
  • Bischoff's Apparatus for Testing Metals, 205
  • Blast Furnaces. 319
  • Blast Furnace, Brown's Coking, 391
  • Blast Furnace, The Sehinz, 197
  • Blast Furnace, Ferrie's Self-Coking; 413
  • Blast Furnace, Wrightson’s Apparatus for Lowering the Bells of, 368
  • Bowing Engines at the Royal Albert Ha 1. 55
  • Blower, Root's, at the Dow laic Iron and Steel Works, 171
  • Board of Trade and Railways, The [Railway Legislation), 157
  • Board of Trade, The, and Steamship Fittings, 273
  • Boilers at High Levels, 372
  • Boiler Explosions, 143
  • Boiler Explosions in 1870, 136
  • Boilers, Incrustation of, 12
  • Boilers, Furnace, The Evaporating Power of, 199
  • Boiler Inspection, Steam, 418
  • Boiler Legislation, Steam, 48
  • Boiler and Engines of the S.S, Fa:1*y Dell, 155
  • Boilers, Steam, Incrustation in, Whittle's Apparatus for Preventing, 85
  • Boiler Legislation, 192
  • Boiler, Marine, Fittings, 273
  • Boulton's Potter's Throwing Wheel, 354
  • Boutet-Roberts Bridge, The, 431
  • Boyd's Gearing for Winding Yarn, 20
  • Boring and Adzing Machine for Railway Sleepers, Ransome's, 86
  • Brake, Railway, Barker's Hydraulic, 96
  • Brakes, Railway, Continuous, 87, 92
  • Brake, The Engineer's own Railway, 176
  • Breakwater, Manora, Kurrachee Harbour, 225
  • Breechloading Rifles, 317
  • Breechloading Rifle, Soper's, 26
  • Bridge, Albert, The, at Chelsea, 234,573
  • Bridge, Boutet-Roberts, The, 431
  • Bridge, Bridgeport, The, '369
  • Bridge Construction, Progress in, 133
  • Bridge Over the Mississippi at St. Louis, 15, 49, 73, 77, 81
  • Bridge Over the Pruth at Czernowitz, 156
  • Bridge, The Augusta, at Berlin, 45
  • Bridge, Ross, The New, 229
  • Bridges on the East Hungarian Railway, 10n.
  • Bridges on the Norwegian Narrow Gauge Railways, 38
  • Bridges Over the Missouri, 461
  • Bridges, Suspension, Economy in (E. W. Young). 279, '298
  • Bridges, Wrought Iron, for the Nicolai Railway, 3S3
  • Bridgeport Bridge, The, 369
  • Bristol Channel Dock. The, 31
  • Broadwell's Vertical Drum for Feeding the (lathing Gun, 381
  • Brown's Coking Blast Furnace, 391
  • Budget, The Indian, 272
  • Building for Scientific Societies, Proposed, 5
  • Buscot Park, Tank Locomotive at, 43
  • Cables. Telegraph, Curious Statistics on, 73
  • Caissons, Stone, 306
  • California, Pittsburg Railroad, Tank Locomotive for. 115
  • Callender's Torpedoes. 120
  • Cambrian Railway Viaduct, The, 204
  • Canal, An Indian Ship, 325
  • Canals. The Application of Steam to, 446 4^6
  • Canal To its, Main's Method of Propelling, 189
  • Canal, Damooda, The, 438
  • Canals in Canada, 372, 3s8
  • Canals, Steam on, 459
  • Canadian Canals, 372 3S8
  • Candles, Ozoker:t, The Manufacture of. 263
  • Captain, H.M.S., Loss of [Mr. Childers's Minute], 18, 39, 59, 74
  • Captain, The Loss of the, 141
  • Captain Roberts's " Monkey," 248
  • Carriage, Gun, Sawyer's Revolving, 118
  • Carriage Sheds at Potsdam, Railway, 428
  • Carr's Disintegrator for (limning and Reducing Grain, 237
  • Cartridge, Henry's Dummy, 461
  • Cattle's's Gas Valve. 108
  • Cement, Portland, 316
  • Cenis, Mont, Tunnel, The. 317. 377, 420, 429
  • Central Station, Telegraphs, The, 273
  • Centre Eye for Locomotive Coupling Rods, Stephenson's, 219
  • Centrifugal Drying Machine, Lessware's, 365
  • Centrifugal Pumps, 124
  • Centrifugal Pump and Engine, Gwynne's, 158
  • Chair of Technical Chemistry in Glasgow, 344
  • Channel Docks, The Bristol, 31
  • Chatham Dockyard, The, 372
  • Chelsea Bridge, The Albert, 234, 373
  • Childers's, Mr., Minute on the Loss of the Caitlin, 18. 39, 59, 74
  • Childers-Robinson Debate, The, 287
  • Chimney, Locomotive, Fontaine's, 216
  • Chimney Shaft at the Philadelphia Railway ::hop, 394
  • Circulating Pump and Engine, Gwynne's, 155
  • Civil and Mechanical Engineers' Society. 220
  • Civil and Mechanical Engineers' Society, The Durability of Iron Structures, 445
  • Civil and Mechanical Engineers' Society. On Telegraph Signalling, by I? E. Cooper, 43
  • Civil Engineering College, The Indian, 211

CIVIL ENGINEERS, INSTITUTION OF:

  • On Floating Docks, more Particularly those at Cartagena and Ferrol, by G. B. Rennie, 86
  • On the Strength of Lock Gates, by Walter R. Browne, 73
  • On Train Resistances, by W. B. Adams, 66
  • On Centrifugal Pumps, by D. Thomson, 124
  • On the Archimedean Screw, by W. Airs', 120
  • On the Basin for the Balance Dock, and on the Marine Railways in connexion therewith at the Austrian Naval Station at Pola, by Hamilton E. Towle, 152
  • On Phonic Coast Fog Signals, by A. Beazeley, 195
  • On the Clevedon Pier. by J. W. Grover, 203 On the Cambrian Railway Viaduct, by H. Conybeare, 204
  • On the New Ross Bridge, by H. N. Maynard, 229
  • On the Testing of Rails and a Description of a Machine for the purpose. by J. Price, 245
  • On the Archimedean Straw Propeller, by Sir F C. Knowles, 289
  • The Annual Dinner of the Institution, 300
  • On Further Experiments on the Strength of Portland Cement, by John Grant, 326
  • Description of Tao Blast Furnaces Erected in 1870 at Newport, by B. Samuelson, 319
  • The Institution Conversazione, 387
  • On the Treatment of Town Sewage, by A. Jacob, 354
  • Claridge and Jeavons's Armour-Plate Bending Machine, 16
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth's Corn Mill, 139
  • Cleland's Gas Exhau4. r and Washer, 331
  • Clevedon Pier. The. 208
  • Cleveland District. Notes from the, 10. 37, 56, 67, 92, 100. 121. 14t. 153. 172, 186, 201;1 225, 256, 269, 296, 308, 328, 346, 354, 367, 392, 409, 423, 443, 462

CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS:

  • On Methods of Producing High Temperatures, by W. H. Maw, 181. 197, 217, 233
  • Cleveland Iron Trade, The, 10, :;7. 56, 67, 92, 100, 121, 144, 153. 172, is6, 206, 21.8, 256.4:69, 296, 303, 828, 346, 354, 367, 302, 409, 4::3, 443, 462
  • Clutch, Steam, for Rolling Mills, Walker and Pflaum's, 97
  • Clyde Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1870, 28
  • Coal Cutting Machine, Gledhill's, 47
  • Coal Dust, Crampton's System of Burning, 217 Coast Signals, Phonic, 195
  • Coking Blast Furnace, Brown's, 391
  • Cold, Eject of, on Iron, 171
  • Cold, Effect of, on Iron and Steel, 82, 83, 103
  • College, The Indian Engineering, 125, 174
  • College, The Indian Civil Engineering, 211
  • Combined. Centrifugal Circulating Pump and Engine, Gwynne's, 188
  • Committee on Designs for Ships of War, 355
  • Committee, The Steel, 51
  • Composing Machine, Mackie's Type, 335
  • Commission, The Sanitary, 174
  • Communist Explosives, 454
  • Compass, Jansenn's Balloon, 465
  • Compound Engines, 305, 341, 421
  • Compound Engines of the Valdivia and Queen of the Thames, Napier and Sons, 352
  • Compounds, Explosive, Gun Cotton, 297
  • Compounds, Explosive, Gunpowder, 221
  • Compound Engines, by C. E. Emery, 264
  • Compound Engines of H.M.S. Briton, 230
  • Compound Marino Engines, 271
  • Compound Marine Engines, Tod and Macgregor's, 96
  • Compound v. Single Cylinder Engines, 442
  • Concrete Workshops, &c., for the Metropolitan District Railway, 404
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 419
  • Continuous Brakes [The Engineer's Own Railway Brake], 176
  • Continuous Railway Brakes, 87, 92
  • Controller of the Admiralty, The Late, 287
  • Controller of the Navy on the Loss of the Captain, 141
  • Conversazione, Institution, The, 346, 387, 399
  • Co-operative Labour, 159
  • Cope and Maxwell's Steam Pump, 46
  • Cord Laying an.t Twisting Machine, Taber's, 417
  • Corn Mill, Clayton and Shuttleworth's, 139
  • Corporation Gas Works, Glasgow, 339
  • Corps, The Engineer and Railway Staff, 112
  • Coupling, Dubs 's Locomotive, 318
  • Coupling, Barnes's Hose, 465
  • Coupling Rods, Centre Eye for, Stephenson's, 219
  • Crampton's Coal Dust Furnace, 217
  • Crank Shafts, Strains on, 307
  • Craven's Winding Drum, 200
  • Cunningham's Wood Carving Machinery, 338
  • Curious Information, 33
  • Curious Statistics on Telegraph Cables, 73
  • Cutter Guard for Wood-Working Machinery, 86
  • Cutting Hard Substances, Tilgham's Process, 293
  • Cylinders, Condensation in Steam, 419
  • Czernowitz Bridge, The, 156
  • Debate, The Childers-Robinson, '287
  • Damooda, Canal, The, 433
  • Dead Weight Testing Machine, Alcock's Hydraulic, 27
  • Defences, Naval, 234
  • Department in India, A New, 142
  • Disasters, Railway. 213
  • Dinner of the London Association of Foremen Engineers, 1.52
  • Direct-Acting Steam Pump, Baumann's, 167
  • Disintegrator, Carr's, for Cleaning and Reducing Grain, 237
  • Distillation of Beetroot, 104
  • Dock at Sew York, The New, 455
  • Docks, Bristol Channel, The, 31
  • Docks, Floating, 36
  • Dock, The Pola, 152
  • Dock, The Somerset, Malta, 210
  • Dock, The St. Thomas, 127
  • Dockyard, Chatham, The, 372
  • Double-Acting Pump, Bain's, 17
  • Double Bogie Locomotives, 253
  • Dowlais Iron and Steel Works, Root's Blower at the, 171
  • Dredging Machine for the Clyde, Simons's, 411
  • Drum, Craven's Winding, 200
  • Doing Machine, Centrifugal, Lessware's, 365
  • Drying Peat, 278
  • Dubs's Locomotive Coupling, o18
  • Dummy Cartridge, Henry's, 461
  • Durability of Iron Structures, 445
  • Dust, Coal, Crampton's System of Burning, 217
  • Dynamite, 454
  • Dynamic Register, Ericsson's, 241
  • Dynamite in the Siege of Paris, 333
  • Eads's. Captain, Report on the St. Louis Bridge, 15, 49, 73, 77, 81
  • Earth's Rotary Velocity, The Influence of Solar Heat on the, 95, 113, 116, 117, '241. 313, 427, 447
  • Earth Wax (Ozokerit), The Manufacture of, 263
  • East Hungarian Railway, The, 166, 130
  • Economy of Merchant Steamers, The Commercial, 259
  • Economy in Suspension Bridges (E. W. Young), 279, 298
  • Effect of Cold on Iron, 171
  • Effect of Cold on Iron and Steel, S2, 83
  • Effect of Cold on the Strength of Iron and Steel, 103
  • Effect of Temperature on Electrical Resistance, 445
  • Efficiency of Jet Propellers, The, 244, 265, 294
  • Eidypsometer, The, 17
  • Ejector, Friedmann's. 416
  • Elastic Wheels for Traction Engines, Pilkington's, 119
  • Elastic Wheel Tyres, Pinchbeck's, 319
  • Elder. Lectureship, The John, 24,5
  • Electrical Resistance, Effects of Temperature or, 415
  • Embankments, Silt, .32
  • Emery on Compound Engines. 2G4
  • Engines Lithouteur,; 14.
  • Engine and Feed-Water Heater, James's, 319
  • Engine, Allen, The, 73, 424
  • Engines, Blowing and Horizontal, at the Royal Albert Hall, 55
  • Engines and Boiler of the s.s. Fairy Dell, 155
  • Engines, Compound Marine, 271
  • Engine, Combined Centrifugal Pump and, Gwynne's, 188
  • Engines, Compound, 305, 421, 341
  • Engines, Compound, by C. E. Emery, 264
  • Engines, Compound, of H.M.S. Briton, 230
  • Engines, Compound Marine, Tod and Macgregor's, 96
  • Engines of the s.s. Evora, Slide Valves of the, Jaffrey's, 166
  • Engines, Compound, of the Valdivia and Queen of the Thames, Napier's, 352
  • Engines, Compound v. Single-Cylinder, 442
  • Engine, Express Passenger, Great Northern Railway, 140
  • Engine Governor, Allen's, 433
  • Engine, German Eight-Horse Portable, 247
  • Engine, King's Valveless, 403
  • Engine Resistance, Traction, 213
  • Engine, Semi-Portable, 302
  • Engine, Steam Fire, Trials, 288
  • Engine, Steam Ploughing, Aveling's, 9
  • Engines, Traction, Elastic Wheels for Pilkington's, 119
  • Engines, Traction, Thomson's, for India, 94 Engines, Weber's Horizontal, 444
  • Engineer and Railway Staff Corps, he, 112 Engineers in India, 344, 437

ENGINEERS, INSTITUTION OF CIVIL:

  • On Floating Docks, more particularly those at Cartagena and Ferrol, by G. B. Bennie, 36
  • On the Strength of Lock Gates, by Walter B. Browne, 73
  • On Train Resistances, by W. B. Adams, 66
  • On Centrifugal Pumps, by D. Thomson, 124
  • On the Archimedean Screw, by W. Airy, 120
  • On the Basin for the Balance Dock and the Marine Railways in connexion therewith at the Austrian Naval Station at Pola, by Hamilton E. Towle, 152
  • On Phonic Coast Fog Signals, by A. Beazeley, 195
  • On the Cleveland Pier, by J. W. Grover, 203 On the Cambrian Railway Viaduct, by H. Conybeare, 204
  • On the New Ross Bridge, by H. N. Maynard, 229
  • On the Testing of Rails and a Description of a Machine for the Purpose, by J. Price, 245
  • On the Archimedean Screw Propeller, by Sir F. C. Knowles, 289
  • The Annual Dinner of the Institution. 300, 306
  • On Further Experiments on the Strength of Portland Cement, by John Grant, 316
  • Description of Two Blast Furnaces Erected in 1870 at Newport, by B. Samuelson, 319
  • The Institution Conversazione, 399
  • On the Treatment of Town Sewage, 354

ENGINEERS, INSTITUTION OF CLEVELAND:

  • On Methods' of Producing High Temperatures, by W. H. Maw, 181, 197, 217, 238

ENGINEERS, MECHANICAL INSTITUTION OF:

  • On Whittle's Plan for Preventing Deposits and Incrustations in Steam Boilers, by George Addenbrooke, 85
  • On the Mechanical Ventilation of the Liverpool Passenger Tunnel of the London and North-Western Railway, by John Ramsbottom, 91
  • Description of a Balanced Slide Valve for Locomotive Engines, by W. (.1. Beattie, S5
  • On the Ventilation of Railway Tunnels, by J. Ramsbottom, 286
  • On the Principal Constructions of Breech-Loading Mechanism for Small Arms, and their Relative Advantages, by W. P. Marshall, 317

ENGINEERS, PRACTICAL SOCIETY OF, THE NEW YORK:

  • On the Flotation of Vessels by Buoyant Docks, by Colonel Gowan, 120
  • On Floating Torpedoes, by M. L. Callender, 120
  • On a New System of Tramways, by Professor S. D. Silliman, 120
  • On Compound Engines, by C. E. Emery, 261
  • On the Elasticity and Tensile Strength of Iron, by Professor Plympton, 362

ENGINEERING PROGRESS 1866-70:

  • No. I. Iron Smelting, 7
  • No. H. Iron Manufacture, 27
  • No. IIL Indian Public Works, 44
  • No. IV. Iron and Steel Manufacture', 71 No. V. Indian Irrigation Works, 99
  • No. VI. Bridge Construction. 133
  • No. VII. Explosive Compounds— Gunpowder, 221
  • No. VIII. Explosive Compounds—Gun-cotton, 297

Engineers' Society, Civil and Mechanical.

  • On Telegraph Signalling, by F. E. Cooper. 48
  • Engineers. South Wales Institute of, :;65
  • Engineers, Telegraph, Society of, 354
  • Engineers, The Conversazione at the Institution of Civil, 399
  • Engineer's, The, Own Railway Brake, 176
  • Engineering College, The Indian, 125, 174, 211
  • Engineering College, The Indian Civil, 211
  • Engineering, Marine, and Shipbuilding on the Clyde 1870, 28
  • Engineering Matters in Turkey, 373
  • Engineering, Modern Steam—Past and Present, 149
  • Equilibrium Slide Valves, Weir's, 96
  • Ericsson, Captain, on Solar Heat, OS, 113, 116, 117, 183, 241, 313, 427, 447
  • Ericsson's Dynamic Register, 211
  • Euphrates, The Naval, 2:i1
  • Euphrates Valley Route to India, 11:e, 34, 54, 65, 79, 45(.)
  • Evans's System of Welding, 240
  • Evaporating Power of Heating Furnace Boilers, 1VJ
  • Evora, s.s., The, 166
  • Erratum- Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 437
  • Exhauster, Gas, and Washer, Cleland's, 331
  • Exhibition, International, The, of 1871, 306, 323, 357
  • Expenditure, Arsenal, 289
  • Exhibition, International, Taber's Cord-Laying Machine, 417
  • Experiments at Shoeburyness, 330, 339
  • Experiments on the Strength of Portland Cement; 316
  • Experiments on the Fatigue of Metals, Wohler's, 199, 221, 244, 261, 299, 300, 327, 349, 397, 439
  • Experiments on the Strength of Steel [The Steel Committee], 51
  • Explosives, Lithofracteur, 343, 356
  • Explosions Boiler, in 1670, 136
  • Explosions, Steam Boiler, 158
  • Explosives, Communist, 454
  • Explosive Compounds, Gun Cotton, 297
  • Explosive Compounds, Gunpowder, 221
  • Explosives, Transport of, 420
  • Express Passenger Locomotive, Great Northern Railway, 140
  • Extension of Margate Pier, 431
  • Eyth's Valve Gear for Steam Ploughing Engines, 267
  • Fairlie Locomotive, The, [Locomotive Performances], 127
  • Fairy Dell, Engines and Baer of the S. S., 155
  • Fastening for Railway Carriage Windows, Ingram's, 39
  • Fatigue of Metals, Wohler's Experiments on the, 199. 221, 244, 261, 299, 300, 327, 349, 397, 439
  • Feed Drum for the Gatling Gun, Broadwell's, 381
  • Feed-Water Heater. James's, 319
  • Ferdinand Kohn, 326
  • Ferries Self-Coking Blast Furnace, 413
  • Ferro-Manganese, 236
  • Ferry, Steam, Over the Rhine at Rheinhausen, 29, 109
  • Field Artillery, 52, 212
  • Field Gun, 16-pounder, The, 70
  • Fire Engine Trials at Preston, 269
  • Fireboxes, Stephenson's Method of Constructing Locomotive, 150
  • Fire Engine Trials, Steam, 288
  • Fish Pusses in India, 357
  • Fittings, Steamship, and the Board of Trade, 273
  • Flax Motor, Tommasi’s, 353
  • Flames, Neutral, 125
  • Flame, Welding by, 159
  • Flanging Machine, Plate, Piedboeufs, 66
  • Fletcher, Jennings, and Co.'s Tank Locomotive, 67
  • Floating Docks, 36
  • Floating Dock, The St. Thomas, 127
  • Flotation of Sunken Vessels, 120
  • Fog Signals, Lea's Apparatus for Depositing, 58
  • Fog Signals, Phonic Coast, 195
  • Foremen Engineers, London Association of, 1.52
  • Foreign and Colonial Notes, 10, 25, 57, 77, 86, 102, 121, 145, 161, 170, 188, 207, 236, 257. 277, 291, 309, 329,357, 360, 370, 392, 409, 424, 443, 463
  • Fontaine's Locomotive Chimney, 216
  • Fox, Head, and Co.'s Co-operative Works, 159
  • French Field and Heavy Guns, 454
  • Freeman, The Late Mr., 160
  • Friedmann's Bilge Pump, 416
  • Furnaces, Blast, 319
  • Furnace Boilers, The Evaporating Power of, 199,
  • Furnace, Brown's Coking .Blast, 391
  • Furnace, Ferrie's Self-coking Blast, 413
  • Fur. aces for Producing High Temperatures, 181, 197, 217, 237
  • Furnace, The Boetius, 197
  • Furnace, The Schinz Blast, 197
  • Furnace, The Siemens, 272
  • Gas Exhauster and Washer, Cleland's, 331
  • Gas Valve, Cathels's, 1t8
  • Gus Works, 13eckton, The, 249
  • Gas Works, Glasgow Corporation, The, 339
  • Gasholder, The Glasgow Gas Works, 339
  • Gates, Lock, on the Strength of, 73
  • Gatling Gun Working of the, 3S1
  • Gearing for Winding Yarn, 20
  • General Post Office, The, 53
  • German Portable Engine, 247
  • German Harbour, The New, 464
  • German Hydraulic Train Lifts, 2G7
  • Gipsy Winch, Paget 8, 404
  • Glasgow, Chair of Technical Chemistry in, 344
  • Glasgow Corporation Gas Works, 339
  • Glasgow Iron Market, The 6, 36, 57, 68, 91, 112, 120, 144, 161, 169, 187, 207, '234, 237, 268, 290, 308, 329, 340, 360, 376, 393, 408, 423, 462
  • Glatton, H.M.S., 172
  • Gledhill's Coal Cutting Machine, 47
  • Godavery Navigation Works, 4U6
  • Goods Locomotive, Six-wheels Coupled (Booth and Co , California), 170
  • Governor, Allen's Steam Engine, 433
  • Governor, Hartnell and Guthrie's, 204
  • Grain, Carr's Disintegrator for reducing, 237
  • Graving Dock at Malta, The Somerset, 210
  • Great Northern Railway, Express Passenger Locomotive for the, 140
  • Great Western Railway of New South Wales, S8
  • Guns, American, 192
  • Guns and Ships, 117
  • Gun Carriage, Sawyer's Revolving, 118
  • Guns, French Field and Navy, 454
  • Guns, Heavy, Gunpowder, 251
  • Guns, New, Our, 70
  • Guns, Cur Field, 52
  • Gun, 33-Ten, The, 70, 289, 321
  • Gun-Factory, Allahabad, Failure of the, 12
  • Guns, Field, B.L. v. M.L., 212
  • Gun Cotton, Explosive compounds, 297
  • Gunpowder, Explosive Compounds, 221
  • Gunpowder for Heavy Guns, 251
  • Gunpowder, James's Ma _line for Making Pellet Powder, :3'n
  • Gunnery Experiments at Shoeburyness, 330, 339
  • Gwynne's Combined Circulating Centrifugal Pump and Engine, 188
  • Hall, Royal Albert, The, 232
  • Hall, Royal Albert, The Acoustics of the, 152
  • Hall, The Royal Albert [Programme of Opening Ceremony), 169
  • Hall, The Royal Albert, Engines at the, 55
  • Hammer, Barran's Steam, 17
  • Hammers, Steam, in Towns, 160
  • Harbour, German, The New, 464
  • Harbour, Kurrachee, Manora Breakwater, 225
  • Hartnell and Guthrie's Governor, 204
  • Harvey Torpedo, The, 35, 124
  • Hatfield, Railway Accident at, 12
  • Hay Presses, Alcock's, 228
  • Head and Thomson's Road Steamer, 455
  • Heat, Radiation of, Ericsson's Experiments on, 1
  • Heat, Solar, 98, 113, 116, 117, 183, 241, 313, 427,
  • Heating Furnace Boilers, The Evaporating Power of, 109
  • Heavy Guns, Gunpowder for, 251
  • Hematite Iron Works, West Cumberland, The, 233
  • Henley's Rock Tunnelling Machine, 23
  • Henry's Dummy Cartridge, 461
  • High Level Boilers, 372
  • High Pressure Cylinders, with Weir's Equilibrium Slide Valves, 96
  • High Piston Speed (by Charles T. Porter), 202
  • High Temperatures, On Methods of Producing, 181, 197, 217, 238
  • H.M.S. Captain, Mr. Childers's Minute, 18, 39, 59, 74
  • H.M.S. Glatton, 172
  • Holt and Walker's Steam Pump, 100
  • Horizontal Engine and Feed Water, James's, 319
  • Horizontal Engine, Weber's, 444
  • Hose Coupling, Barnes's, 465
  • Howard's Marine Boiler, 155
  • Hungarian Railway, The East, 106, 130
  • Hydraulic and Screw Hay Presses, Alcock's, 228
  • Hydraulic Clutch, Walker and Mum's, 97
  • Hydraulic Dead Weight Testing Machine, Alcock's. 27
  • Hydraulic Railway Brake, Barker's, 96
  • Hydraulic Train Lifts, German, 267
  • Hydraulic Valves for Bessemer's Steady Cabin,100
  • Illinois and St. Louis Bridge, The, 15, 49, 73, 77 81
  • Imperial Ottoman Naval Arsenal, The, 203
  • Incrustation of Boilers, 12
  • Incrustation in Steam Boilers, Whittle's Apparatus for Preventing, 85
  • India, A New Department in, 142
  • India Anchorages, 219
  • India, Engineers in, 344, 437
  • India, Euphrates Valley Route o, The, 34, 54, 65, 79, 459
  • India, Fish Passes in, 357
  • India, Random Notes from the North of, 222, 249, '268, 291, 381, 397, 417
  • India, Roads in, 387
  • India, Road Steamers for, 94
  • Indian Budget, The, 272
  • Indian Civil Engineering College, 211
  • Indian Engineering College, The, 125, 174
  • Indian Irrigation Works, 99
  • Indian Narrow Gauge Railroads, 87, 841
  • Indian Public Works, 44
  • Indian Railway Extension, 13
  • Indian Railways, The 3 Ft. 3 In. Gauge, 87
  • Indian Ship Canal, An, 325
  • Indian State Railways, 287
  • Indicator Diagrams from Locomotive Engines, 1, 21, 54, 61, 89
  • Information, Curious, 33
  • Ingram's Fastening for Railway Carriage Windows, 39
  • Ingenieurs Civils, Societe des, 454
  • Inspection, Steam Boiler, 418
  • Institution Conversazione, The, 387, 399
  • Institute of Engineers, The South Wales, 365
  • institute, The Iron and Steel, 231

INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL, THE:

  • Address of the President, Henry Bessemer, 226
  • On the Production of Alloys of Iron and Manganese, by F. Kohn, 236
  • Institution Dinner, The, 306

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS:

  • An Account of Floating Docks, more particularly those at Cartagena and Ferrol, by G. B. Rennie, 36
  • On the Strength of Lock Gates, by Walter R. Browne, 73
  • On Train Resistances, by William B. Adams, 66
  • On Centrifugal Pumps, by Mr. D. Thomson, 124
  • On the Archimedean Screw, by W. Airy, 120
  • On the Basin for the Balance Dock, and on the Marine Railways in connexion therewith, at the Austrian Naval Station at Pola, by Hamilton E. Towle, 162
  • On Phonic Coast Fog Signals, by A. Beazeley, 195
  • On the Clevedon Pier, by J. W. Grover, 203
  • On the Cambrian Railway Viaducts, by H. Conybeare, 204
  • On the New Ross Bridge, by H. N. Maynard, 229
  • On the Testing of Rails, with a description of a Machine for the Purpose, by J. Price, 245
  • On the Archimedean Screw Propeller, by Sir F. C. Knowles, 289
  • The Annual Dinner of the Institution, 300, 306
  • On Further Experiments on the Strength of Portland Cement, by J. Grant, 316
  • Description of Two Blast Furnaces erected in 1S70, at Newport, by B. Samuelson, 319
  • The Institution Conversazione. 387, 399
  • On the Treatment of Town Sewage, by A. Jacob, 354
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Conversazione at the, 387, 399

INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, CLEVELAND:

  • On Methods of Producing High Temperatures, by W. H. Maw, 181, 197, 217, 238

INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS:

  • On Whittle's Plan for Preventing Deposit and Incrustation in Steam Boilers, by George Addenbrooke, 85
  • On the Mechanical Ventilation of the Liverpool Passenger Tunnel on the London and North-Western Railway, by John Ramsbottom, 91
  • Description of a Balanced Slide Valve for Locomotive Engines, by W. G. Beattie, 85
  • On the Ventilation of Tunnels, by John Rams-bottom, '286
  • On the Principal Constructions of Breechloading Mechanism for Small Arms, and their relative Advantages, by W. P. Marsh111, 317

INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :

  • On the Improve I Compound Engines as fitted on board H.M.S. Briton, by G. B. Rennie, 230
  • Report of the Council, 235
  • On the Commercial Economy of Merchant Steamers, by Walter C. Bergius, '259
  • On Completing the Launching of Ships which have stopped on their launching Slips, by W. B. Robinson, 260
  • On the Efficiency of Jet Propeller by Cava, Here D. Brin, '244, 265, 294
  • On the Working Expenses of Steamers of small Size, by A. F. Yarrow, 255
  • On the Calculation of the Stability of Ships, by W. II. White and W. John, 295, 311, 340, 395

INSTITUTION, ROYAL UNITED SERVICE:

  • On Naval Armaments, by Captain R. A. E. Scott, 137
  • Instruments, Surveying [The Eidypsometer], 17
  • International Exhibition of 1871, 306, 32 c,457
  • International Exhibition, Taber's Cord-Laying Machine, 417
  • Invert Permanent Way, Macnair's, 3:53
  • Iron and Steel, Effect of Cold on, 103
  • Icon and Steel Manufacture, 71
  • Iron and Steel, Effects of Cold on, 82, 83, 103 Iron and Steel Institute, The, 231

IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE, THE:

  • Address of the President, Henry Bessemer, 226
  • On the Production of Alloys of Iron and Manganese, by F. Kohn,' 236
  • Iron and Steel Making [The Sherman Process], 70, 128, 129
  • Iron and Steel, The Properties of, S2
  • Iron, Effect of Cold upon, 171
  • Iron Manufacture, 27
  • Iron Market, The Glasgow, 6, 36, 57, 68, 91, 112, 120, 144, 161, 169,,187, 207, 2:34, 257, 2681290, 308, 329, 340, 360, 376, 393, 4081 42:3, 462
  • Iron Smelting, The Progress of, 7
  • Iron Ships, Sheathing with Iron and Zinc, 220
  • Iron Structures, Durability of, 445
  • Iron, The Purification of Pig, 211
  • Iron, The Tensile Strength of, 362
  • Iron Trade in 1870, The Scotch Pig, 6
  • Iron Trade, The Cleveland, 10, 37, 56, 67, 92, 100, 121, 144, 153, 172, 186, 206, 228,256, 269, 296, 308, 328, 346, 354, 367, 392, 409, 423, 443, 462
  • Iron Works, West Cumberland, The Hematite, 233
  • Ironclads, Our, 355
  • Irrigation Works in India, °9
  • Irrigation Works, The Madras. 15
  • James's Horizontal Engine and Feed Water Heater, 319
  • James's Machine for Making Pellet Powder, 399
  • Jansenn's Balloon Compass, 465
  • Jaffrey's Slide Valves of the Engines of the S.S. Evora, 166
  • Japanese Imperial Mint, The, 262
  • Jet Propellers, Efficiency of, The, 244, 265, 294
  • Jeavons and Claridge's Armour Plate Bending Machine, 16
  • John Elder Lectureship, The 235
  • Journals, American Technical, 126
  • Journal, Technical American, 252
  • King's Valveless Engine, 403
  • Kinne's Traversing Gear for the Gatling Gun, 381
  • Kurrachee Harbour, Manora Breakwater, 225
  • Kistna Viaduct, The, 28.5
  • Labour, Co-operative, 159
  • Launches, Steam, '255
  • Launching Ships, 260
  • Laws, Patent, Our, 173
  • Laws, Patent Amendment, 191
  • Laws, Patent, The, 337, 361
  • Lea's Apparatus for Depositing Fog Signals, 58
  • Lectureship, The John Elder, '235
  • Legislation, Boiler, 192
  • Legislation, Railway, 157
  • Legislation, Sanitary, 167
  • Legislation, Steam Boiler, 48
  • Lessware's Hydro-Extractor, 365
  • Liabilities, Railway [Railway Legislation], 157
  • Lifts, Train, Hydraulic, German, 267
  • Light Draught Steamer (Yarrow and Hedley's), 269
  • Lining Pipes, Towle's Method of, 369
  • Lithofracteur, 343, 356
  • Lithofracteur, Transport of, 420
  • Little's Moulding Apparatus, 278
  • Liverpool Passenger Railway Tunnel, The Ventilation of the, 91
  • Lock Gates, On the Strength of, 73
  • Lock-Nut, The Oakley, 240
  • Locomotives, Action of Steam in the Cylinders of, 1, 21, 54, 61, 89
  • Locomotive Coupling, Dubs's, 318
  • Locomotive Coupling Rod, Stephenson's Centre Eye for, 219
  • Locomotive Chimney, Fontaine's, 216
  • Locomotives, Double-Bogie, 253
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Great Northern Railway, 140
  • Locomotive Fireboxes, Stephenson's Method of Constructing, 150
  • Locomotive Performances, 127
  • Locomotive, Six-Wheel Coupled, Booth and Co., California, 170
  • Locomotive Shunting, American, 304
  • Locomotive, Tank (2 ft. 8 in. Gauge), at Buscot Park, 4:3
  • Locomotive, Tank, for the Pittsburg Railway, California, US
  • Locomotives, Tank, for the Talyllyn Railway, 67
  • Locomotive, Tank, fur the To4o). Railway of Chili, 201
  • London and Paris Sewage, 407
  • London Association of Foremen Engineers, Dinner of the, 152
  • London Street Tramways, 437
  • London Water Supply, The, 371, 405
  • Machine, Alcock's Dead Weight Testing, 27
  • Machine, Centrifugal Drying, Lessware's, 365
  • Machine, Dredging, for the Clyde, Simons's, 411
  • Machine for Adzing and Boring Railway Sleepers, Ransom e's, 86
  • Machine for Tunnelling, Henley's, 23
  • Machine for Type Composing, Mackie's, 335
  • Machine, Plate Flanging, Piedboeufs, 66
  • Machine, Pooley's Automatic Weighing, 258
  • Machinery for Wood Carving, Cunningham's. 333
  • Machinery, Ransome's Wood-Working. 86, 137
  • Mackie's Typo Composing Machine. 3;3
  • Macnair's Invert Permanent Way, 353
  • Madras Irrigation Works, The, is Main's Method of Propelling Canal Pont::, 189
  • Malta, The Somerset Dock, 210

MANCHESTER LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY, THE :

  • On the Effect of Cold on Iron and Steel, by W. Brockbank, 82
  • On the Properties of Iron and Steel, by Sir W. Fairbairn, 82
  • On the Alleged Action of Cold Rendering Iron and Steel Brit le, by J. P. Joule, F.R.S., 83
  • On the Effect of Cold on the Stret4th of Iron, by Peter Spence, F.C.S., 83, 171
  • Mania, The Tramway, 69
  • Manora Breakwater, Kurrachee Harbour, 225 Mansion House Station, The, 190 •
  • Manufacture, Iron and Steel, 71
  • Manufacture of Iron, 27
  • Manufacture of Ozokerit, The, 263
  • Marine Boiler, Howard's, 155
  • Marine Boiler Fittings, '273
  • Marine Engines, Compound (Engines of the Fairy Dell), 155
  • Marine Engines, Compound, 271
  • Manufacture of Dynamite in the Siege of Paris, 833
  • Marine Engines, Compound, Tod and Macgregor's, 96
  • Marine Engines, Compound, Napier's, 352 Margate Pier, Improvements, 431
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding on the Clyde, in 1870, 28
  • Marten's, E. B., Report on Boiler Explosions in 1870, 136
  • Martini-Henry Rifle, The, 233. 317, 324 Mechanic, American, The, 326
  • Mechanical Appliances on Shipboard, 388

MECHANICAG ENGINEERS, INSTITUTION OF:

  • On Whittle's Plan for Preventing Deposit and Incrustation in Steam Boilers. By G. Addenbrooke, 85
  • On the Mechanical Ventilation of the Liverpool Passenger Tunnel on the London and North-Western Railway. By John Ramsbottom, 91
  • Description of a Balanced Slide Valve for Locomotive Engine. By W. G, Beattie, 85
  • On the Ventilation of Railway Tunnels. By J Ramsbottom, 286
  • On the Principal Constructions of Breechloading Mechanism for Small Arms, and their Relative Advantages. By W. P. Marshall, 317
  • Mechanical Refinements, 129, 177, 183, 229, 281, 380
  • Mechanical Ventilation of the Liverpool Tunnel 9l
  • Mechanism of Breech-loading Small Arms, 317
  • Memorial, The Albert, 32, 288
  • Metals, Bischoff's Apparatus for Testing, 205
  • Metals, Fatigue of, Wohler’s Experiments on the, 199, 221, 244, 261, 299, 300, 327, 349, 397, 439
  • Meter, Steam Power, Ashton and Storey's, 332
  • Methods of Producing ugh Temperatures, On, 181, 197, 217
  • Metropolis Water Bill, 405
  • Metropolitan Railways, New York, 252
  • Metropolitan Tramways, 356
  • Metropolitan District Railway, Concrete Shops for the, 404
  • Metropolitan Tramways (The Tramway Mania,), 69
  • Mill, Corn, Clayton and Shuttleworth's, 139
  • Mill for Rolling Tyres, Webb's, .185
  • Military Ambulance Wagon, Bayley's, 364
  • Mineral Wealth of Utah, The, 273
  • Mint, The Japanese Imperial, '262
  • Mirror and Plate Glass Railway Wagons, 335
  • Mississippi, Bridge over the, at St, Louis, 15, 49, 73 ,77, 81
  • Missouri, Bridging the, 461
  • Modern Steam Engineering—The Past and Present, 149
  • " Monkey," Captain Roberts's, 248
  • Monkland Iron Works, Ferrie's Self-coking Blast Furnace at the, 413
  • Mont Cenis Tunnel, The, 347, 377, 420, 429
  • More Startling Statistics, 13
  • Mortar, Selenitic, 447
  • Moulding Apparatus, Little's, 278
  • Mountain Railways, The Riga, 315
  • Napier's Compound Marine Engines, 352
  • Narrow-Gauge Railways, Norwegian, Bridges on the, 38
  • Narrow-Gauge Railways in India, 87, 341
  • Narrow-Gauge Locomotives for the Tongoy Railway of Chili, 201
  • Narrow-Gauge Railways, 457
  • Narrow-Gauge Railways, Indian, 341

NAVAL ARCHITECTS, INSTITUTION OF :

  • On the Improved Compound Engines, as fitted on Board H.M.S. Briton, by G. B. Rennie, 230
  • Report of the Council, 235
  • On the Commercial Economy of Merchant Steamers, by Walter C. Bet gam 259
  • On Completing the Launching of Ships which have stopped on their Slips, by W. B. Robinson, 260
  • On the Efficiency of Jet Propellers, by Cavaliere B. Brin, 244, 265, 294
  • On the Working Expenses of Steamers of Small Size, by A. F. Yarrow, 255
  • On the Calculation of the Stability of Ships, by W. II. White and W. John, 295, 311, 346, 395
  • Naval Armaments, 137
  • Naval Arsenal, The Imperial Ottoman, 203
  • Naval Defences. 234
  • Naval Estimates, The, 2)1
  • Navigation Works, The Godavery, 406
  • Navy, The United States, 176
  • Naylor's Continuous Railway Brakes, 92
  • New Department in India, A. 142
  • New Docks at New York, 455
  • New Guns, Our, 7U
  • New Stone, Ransome’s, 324
  • New York Metropolitan Railways, 252

NEW YORK SOCIETY OF PRACTICAL ENGINEERING:

  • On the Flotation of Vessels by Buoyant Docks, By Col. J. E. Gowan, 120
  • On Floating Torpedoes, by M. L Callender. 120
  • On a New System of Tramways, by Prof. S. D. Silliman, 120
  • On Compound Engines. by C. E. Emery, 264
  • On Experiments to Determine the Elasticity and Basking Tensile Strength of Iron, by, Professor Plympton, ::62
  • New York, The New Docks at, 455
  • New York Viaduct Railroad, 461
  • Neutral Flames, 125
  • North. Notes from the, 6, 36, 57, 68, 91, 112, 120, 144, 161, 169, 187 207, 234, 257, 268, 290, 308, 329, 340, 360, 376, 393, 408, 423. 462
  • Northern Pacific Railway, The, 420
  • Norwegian Narrow Gauge Railways, Bridges on the, 38
  • Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 10, 25, 57, 77, 86, 102, 121, 145, 161, 170, 188, 207. 236, 257, 277, 291, 309, 329, 357, 360, 370, 392, 409, 424, 413, 463
  • Notes from Paris, 414. 441, 454
  • Notes from South Staffordshire, 10, 37, 56, 68
  • Notes from the South-West, 145. 160, 169, 187, 206, 230, 256, 269, 291, 309, 328, 346, 359, 370, 393, 408, 423. 443, 463
  • Notes from the North, 6, 36, 57, C8, 91, 112, 120, 144, 161, 169, DI, 207, 234, 257 268, 290, 308, 329, 340, 360, 376, 3931 408, 423, 462
  • Notes from the Cleveland Di6ti jet, 10. 37, 56, 67, 92, 100, 121, 144, 153, 172, 186. 206, 2-8, 256, 269, 296, 308. 328, 346, 354, 367, :392, 409, 423, 443, 462
  • Notes from the North of India, Random, 222, 249, 268, 291, 381, 397, 417
  • Notes, Parliamentary, 124, 137, 153, 168, 190, 210, 249, 310, 330, 346,367
  • Nut Locking, The Oakley Bolt, 240
  • Oakley Dolt, The, 240

OBITUARY

  • Oomraotee State Railway, 254
  • Opening of the Royal Albert Hall, 169
  • Osaka, The Japanese Imperial Mint at, 262
  • Ottoman Naval Arsenal, The Imperial, 203
  • Our Ironclads, 355
  • Our Patent Laws, 173
  • Ourselves, 111
  • Ozokerit, The Manufacture of, 263
  • Pacific Railway, The Northern, 420
  • Paget's Gipsy Winch, 404
  • Paris, Notes from, 414, 441. 454
  • Paris, Siege of, The, 833, 460
  • Paris and Loudon Sewage, 407
  • Paris, The State of, 405
  • Parliament, Private Bills in. 90,101, 124, 139, 156, 171, 190, 207, 234, 257, 291, 320, 358, 367, 394, 422, 442, 462
  • Parliamentary Notes, 124, 1:37, 143, 168, 190, 210, 249, 310, 330, 846,;;67
  • Passenger Locomotive, Express, Great Northern Railway, 140
  • Patent Law Amendment, 191
  • Patent Laws, Our, 173
  • Patent Laws, The, 837, 361
  • Patents, Recent, 16, 39, 58, 74, 93, 109, 131, 139, 178, 196, 216, 259, 275, 293, 310, 330, 361, 390, 410, 418, 441, 465
  • Peat, Drying, 278
  • Pellet Powder, Machine for Making, 299
  • Performances, Locomotive, 127
  • Permanent Way, Macnair's Invert, 353
  • Pflaum and Walker's Steam Clutch for Rolling Mills, 97
  • Philadelphia Water Works, Pipe Aqueduct for the, 848
  • Philadelphia Water Works; Laying Mains across the River Schuylkill, 398
  • Phonic Coast Signals, 195
  • Piedboeufs Plate Flanging Machine, 66
  • Pier Improvements, Margate, 431
  • Pier, The Clevedon, 203
  • Pig Iron, The Purification of, 211
  • Piles, Driving. in Deep Water, 464 di*
  • Pilkington's Elastic Wheels for Traction Engines, 119
  • Pinchbeck's Elastic Wheel Tyres, 319
  • Pipe_ Aqueduct for the Philadelphia Water Works, 348
  • Pipes, Towle's Method of Silver Lining, 369
  • Pipe Laying Under Water, 898
  • Piston Speed, High (by Charles S. Porter), 202
  • Pittsburg Railway, California, Tank Locomotive for, 115
  • Plate Flanging Machine, Piedboeufs, 66
  • Plate Glass Railway Wagon, 335
  • Ploughing Engine, 20-horse, Aveling's, 9
  • Ploughing Engines, Eyth's Valve Gear for, 267
  • Ploughing, Steam, Trials at Wolverhampton, 449
  • Pola Dock, The, 152
  • Pook's Sewer Ventilator, 5
  • Pooley's Automatic Weighing Machine, 253
  • Portable Engine, German, 247
  • Porter, Charles T., On High Piston Speed, 202
  • Portland Cement, 316
  • Post Office, The, and the Telegraphs, 251
  • Post Office and the Telegraphs, The [A Year's Telegraphy], 132
  • Post Office, The General. 53
  • Potsdam, Railway Carriage Sheds at, 428
  • Potters' Throwing Wheel, Boulton's, 354,
  • Presses, Screw and Hydraulic, Alcock's. 228
  • Preston, Steam Fire Engine Trials at, 269
  • Price s Method of Testing Rails, 245
  • Private Bills in Parliament, 90, 101, 124, 133, 156, 171, 190, 207, 234, 257, 291, 320, 358, 367, 394,422, 442,462
  • Process of Cutting Hard Substances, Tilghman's, 293
  • Process, The Sherman, 70, 128, 142
  • Progress in Bridge Construction, 133
  • Progress, Telegraph, in, 1870, 14
  • Progress of Turkish Engineering, 373
  • Propeller, Archimedean Screw, The, 289
  • Propellers, Jet, The Efficiency of, 2-14. '265, 294
  • Propelling Canal Boats, Main's Method of, 189
  • Proposed Buildings for the Scientific Sod( ties, 5
  • Pruth, Bridge Crossing the, at Czernowitz, 156
  • Public Works, Indian. 44
  • Pulleys, Fixing, on Shafts [Mechanical Refinements], 183
  • Pump, Bain's Double Acting, 17
  • Pump. Baumann's Direct-Acting Steam, 167
  • Pump, Centrifugal, 124
  • Pump, Combined Circulating Centrifugal, and Engine, Gwynne's, 188
  • Pump, Direct-Acting Steam, at the Broadoak Colliery, 46
  • Pump, Friedmann's, Bilge, 416
  • Pump, Steam, Walker and Holt's, 100
  • Purification of Pig Iron, 211
  • Quadruple Spoke-Shaping Machine, Ransome's, 86
  • Queen of the Thames, Compound Engines of the, 352
  • Railroad, Pittsburg, California, Tank Locomotive for, 115
  • Railroad Shop, An American. 394
  • Railroad, Viaduct, New York, 461
  • Railway Accident at Hatfield, The, 12
  • Railway and Engineer Staff Corps, The, 112
  • Railway Brake, Barker's Hydraulic, 111
  • Railway Brakes, Continuous, 87, 92
  • Railway Carriage Sheds at Potsdam, 42s
  • Railway Carriage Windows, Ingram's Fastening for, 39
  • Railway, Concrete Workshops, &c., for the Metropolitan District, 404
  • Railway Disasters, 213
  • Railway, East Hungarian, The, 106, 130
  • Railway, Euphrates Valley, The, 459
  • Railway Extension, Australian, 438
  • Railway Extension in India, 13
  • Railway Extension in Victori4, 261
  • Railway, Great Indian Peninsula, Viaduct Over the River Kistna, 285
  • Railway, Great Northern, Express Passenger Locomotive for the, 140
  • Railway Legislation, 157
  • Railway, Nicolai, The Bridges for the, 383
  • Railway of Chili, Tank Locomotive for the, 201
  • Railways, Australian, 88
  • Railways in India, The 3 ft. 3 in. Gauge, 87
  • Railways in South America, 107
  • Railways in Turkey, 175
  • Railways, Indian Narrow Gauge, :341
  • Railways, Metropolitan, New York, 252
  • Railways, Narrow Gauge, 457
  • Railway, Northern Pacific, The, 420
  • Railways, Norwegian Narrow Gauge, Bridges on the, 38
  • Railway Resistances, 66
  • Railway, Rigi, The, 315
  • Railway Rolling Stock Statistics, 105
  • Railways, Russian, 186
  • Railway, San Jose, Shunting Engine for the, 304
  • Railway Sleepers, Adzing and Boring Machine . for. Ransome's, 86
  • Railways, State, Indian, 287
  • Railway, State. Oomraotee. 254
  • Railways, Swedish, 'State, 193
  • Railway, Talyllyn, Tank Locomotives for the, 67
  • Railway Telegraph Line, 251
  • Railway Tunnels, Ventilation of, 91
  • Railway Viaducts, The Cambrian, 204
  • Railway Wagon for Glass and Mirrors, 335
  • Raising of the St. Thomas Floating Dock, 127
  • Ramsbottom's Apparatus for Ventilating Railway Tunnels, 91
  • Ransome's Artificial Stone, 31, 306
  • Ransome's New Stone, 324
  • Ransome's Road Steamer, 45.5
  • Ransome's Wood Working Machinery, 86, 137
  • Recrimination, Admiralty, 141
  • Recent Patents, 16, 39, 58, 74, 93, 109, 131, 139, 1961 216, 259, 275, 293, 310, 330, 361, 390, 410, 418, 441, 465
  • Reed, Mr. E. J., on Ships and Guns, 117
  • Reed. Mr. E. J., on the Strains of Ships at Sea, 131
  • Refinement. Mechanical, 129, 177, 183, 229, 281, 380
  • Regenerative Gas Furnaces (The Siemen's Furnace), 272
  • Report on the Allen Engine, 424
  • Report on Boiler Explosions in 1870, 136
  • Republic, Argentine, The, 253
  • Resistances, Traction, Engine, 213
  • Resistances, Train, 66
  • Revolving Gun Carriage, Sawyer's, 118
  • Rheinhausen, Steam Ferry over the Rhine at, 29, 109
  • Rifles, Breechloading, 317 Rifle, Martini-Henry, The, 233, 317, 324
  • Rifle, Soper's Breechloading, 26
  • Rigi Railway, The. 315
  • Road Steamers in India, 94
  • Road Rolling, Steam, 88
  • Road Steamer, Ransome’s, 455
  • Roads in India, 387
  • Road Rolling, team, 88, 106
  • Roberts's " Monkey," Captain, 248
  • Rock-Tunnelling Machine, Henley's, 23
  • Rolling Mill for Tyres, Webb's, 185
  • Roiling Mills, Steam Clutch for, Walker and Pflaum's, 97
  • Rolling, Steam Road, 88
  • Rolling Stock, Wondrous, 105
  • Root's Blower at the Dowlais Iron and Steel Works, 171
  • Ross Bridge, The New, 229
  • Rotary Velocity, The Influence of Solar Heat on the, 98, 113, 116, 117, '241, 313, 427, 447
  • Route to India, The Euphrates Valley, 34, 54, 65,79 459
  • Royal Albert Hall, The, 232
  • Royal Albert Hall, The Acoustics, 152
  • Royal Albert Hall, The [Programme of Opening Ceremony), 169
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Wolverhampton, 449
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Prize List, The, 9
  • Royal Society, Siemens's Lecture on the Effect of Temperature on Electrical Resistance, 445
  • Royal United Service Institution. On Naval Armaments, by Captain R. A. S. Scott, 137
  • Radiation of Heat, Ericsson's Experiments on, 183
  • Russian Railways, 186
  • Saint Louis Bridge, The, 15, 49, 73, 77, 81
  • St. Thomas Floating Dock, The, 127
  • Sand Jet for Cutting Hard Substances, Tilghman's, 293
  • Sanitary Commission. The, 174
  • Sanitary Legislation, 167
  • Sawyer's Revolving Gun Carriage, 118
  • Scandal, Allahabad, The, 12
  • Schinz's Blast Furnace, 197
  • Scientific Societies, Proposed Building for, Scotch Pig Iron Trade in 1870, The, 6
  • Scott's Selenitic Mortar, 447
  • Screw and Hydraulic Hay Presses, Alcock’s, 228
  • Screw Propeller, Archimedean, The, 280
  • Screw, The Archimedean, 120
  • Sea, Steadiness at, 100
  • Selenitic Mortar, 447
  • Self-coking Blast Furnace, Ferrie’s, 413
  • Semi-Portable Engine, Weber's, 302
  • Seven Hundred-Pounder Gun, The 35-Ton, 70
  • Sewer Ventilator, Pook's, 5
  • Sewage, London and Paris, 407
  • Sewage, Treatment of Town, The, 354
  • Shafts, Crank, Strains on, 307
  • Sheathing of Ships, 455
  • Sheathing Iron Ships, 220
  • Sheds at Potsdam, Railway Carriage, 428
  • Sherman Process, The, 70, 128, 142
  • Shields, Experimental, at Shoeburyness, 339
  • Ship Canal, An Indian, 325
  • Ships and Guns, 117
  • Ships at Sea, Strains on, 131
  • Ships of War, Report of Committee on, 355
  • Ships, Launching, 260
  • Ships, Sheathing of, 455
  • Ships, Sheathing Iron [Civil and Mechanical Engineers' Society], 220
  • Ships, Stability of (W. H. White and W. John, 295
  • Shipboard, Mechanical Appliances on, 388
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering on the Clyde in 1870, 28
  • Shoeburyness, Experiments at, 330
  • Shoeburyness, Gunnery Experiments at, 339
  • Show, The Wolverhampton, 440
  • Shunting Engine, American, 304
  • Siege of Paris, The, 333, 460
  • Siemens's Bakerian Lecture before the Royal Society, 445
  • Siemens Furnace, The, 272
  • Signals, Coast, Phonic, 195
  • Signals, Fog, Lea's Apparatus for Depositing, 58
  • Signalling, Telegraph, 48
  • Silliman's Tramways, 120
  • Silt Embankments, 32
  • Silver Lining Pipes, Towle's Method of, 369
  • Single Cylinder v. Compound Engines, 442
  • Simons's Dredging Machine for the Clyde, 411
  • Six-Coupled Goods Locomotive, Booth and Co.'s, California, 170
  • Sixty-pounder Field Gun, The 12 cwt., 70
  • Slide Valves, Balanced, Beattie's, 85
  • Slide Valves of the Engines of the S.S. Evora, Jaffrey's, 166
  • Slide Valves, Weir's Equilibrium, 96
  • Small Arms, Breechloading, 317
  • Smelting, Iron, The Progress, 7
  • Societe des Ingenieurs Civils, 454
  • Societies, Scientific, Proposed Buildings for, 5
  • Society, Civil and Mechanical, on Telegraph Signalling. By F. E. Cooper, 48

SOCIETY OF ARTS, THE;

  • On the Different Methods of Extracting Sugar from Beetroot and Cane. By F. Kohn, 219, 239
  • On the Application of Steam to Canals. By Geo. Ed. Harding, 446, 465

SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE NEW YORK PRACTICAL :

  • The Flotation of Vessels by Buoyant Docks. By Col. J. E. Gowan, 120
  • On Floating Torpedoes. By M. L. Callender, 120
  • On a New System of Tramways. By Prof. S. D. Silliman, 120
  • On Compound Engines. By C. E. Emery, 264 Society of Telegraph Engineers, The, 354
  • Society, The Civil and Mechanical Engineers, 220,
  • Society, The Royal Agricultural, at Wolverhampton, 449
  • Society; the Royal Agricultural; Prize List. 1871, 9
  • Solar Heat, 98, 113, 116, 117, 183, 241, 313, 427, 447
  • Somerset Dock, Malta, The, 210
  • Soper's Breech-loading Rifle, 26
  • South America, Railways in, 107
  • South Staffordshire, Notes from, 10, 37..56, 63
  • South Wales Institute of Engineers, 365
  • South Wales, Notes from, 145, 160, 169, 187. 206, 230, 2.56, 269, 291, 328, 346, 359, 370. 393. 408, 423, 443, 463
  • South-West, Notes from the. 145, 160, 169, 187, 206, 230, 256, 269, 291, 309, 328, 346, 359, 870, 39:3, 408, 423, 443.463
  • Spider, Towle's, 464
  • Spoke-Shaping Machine, Ransome's, 86
  • Stability of Ships (W. II. White and W. John), 295
  • Staff Corps, The Engineer and Railway, 112
  • Startling Statistics, More, 13
  • State of Paris, The, 405
  • State Railways in India, 287
  • State Railways, Swedish, 193
  • State t:ailway, Oomraotee, 254
  • Station, Central Telegraphs, The, 273
  • Station, The Mansion House. 190
  • Statistics, Curious, on Telegraph Cables, 73
  • Statistics of Railway Rolling Stock, 105
  • Statistics, More Startling, 13
  • Steadiness at Sea, 106
  • Steam, Action of, in the Cylinders of Locomotives, 1, 21, 54, 61, 89
  • Steam Boiler Explosions, 158
  • Steam Boiler Inspection, 418
  • Steam Boiler Legislation, 48
  • Steam Boiler Explosions in 1870, 136
  • Steam Boilers, incrustation in, 8.5
  • Steam Clutch for Rolling Mills, Walker and Pflaum's, 97
  • Steam Cylinders, Condensation in. 419
  • Steam Engine Governor, Allen's, 433
  • Steam Engineering, Modern-The Past and Present, 149
  • Steam Ferry at Rheinhausen, over the Rhine, 29, 109
  • Steam Fire Engine Trials at Preston, 269
  • Steam Fire Engine Trials, 288
  • Steam Hammer, Barran's, 17
  • Steam Hammers in Towns, 160
  • Steam Launches, 255
  • Steam on Canals, 459
  • Steam Ploughing Engines, Aveling's, 9
  • Steam Ploughing Engines, Eyth's Valve Gear for, 267
  • Steam. Ploughing Engine Trials at Wolverhampton, 449
  • Steam Power Meter, Ashton and Storey's, 332
  • Steam Pump at the Broadoak Colliery, 46
  • Steam Pump, Baumann's Direct Acting, 167
  • Steam Pump, Walker and Holt's, 100
  • Steam Road Rolling, 88, 106
  • Steam to Canals, Application of. 446, 466
  • Steamers, Light Draught (Yarrow and Hedley's), 269
  • Steamer, Road, Ransome's, 455
  • Steamers, Small, 255
  • Steamers, The Economy of Merchant, 259
  • Steamship Economy, 260
  • S.S. Evora, The, 166
  • Steamship Fittings and the Board of Trade, 273
  • S.S. Princess Royal, Engines of the, 96
  • Steel and Iron, Effects of Cold on, 82, 83
  • Steel and iron, Effect of Cold on the Strength of, 103

STEEL AND IRON INSTITUTE, TIT F::

  • Address of the President, Henry Bessemer, 226
  • On the Production of Alloys of Iron and Manganese, by F. Kohn, '236
  • Steel and Iron Manufacture, 71
  • Steel and Iron, the Properties of, 82
  • Steel, Tests of, made by the Sherman Process, 128
  • Steel Tyres, 12
  • Stephenson's Method of Constructing Locomotive Fireboxes, 150
  • Stirling's Express Passenger Locomotive, 140
  • Stone, A New, 31
  • Stone Caissons, 306
  • Stone, Mr. Ransome's New. 324
  • Strains on Crank Shafts, 307
  • Strains on Ships at Sea, 131
  • Street Committee, The, 51
  • Street Tramways, London, 437
  • Strength of Iron and Steel, Effect of Cold on the, 103
  • Strength of Lock Gates, On the, 73
  • Strength of Portland Cement, Experiments on the, 316
  • Structures, Iron, The Durability of, 445
  • Submerged Water Mains, 396
  • Submarine Telegraphy, 325
  • Subway The Tower, 7
  • Sugar. Beetroot, by F. Kohn, 219, 239
  • Sun, The Temperature of the, 183
  • Sunken Vessels. Raising, 120
  • Supply, The London Water, 371
  • Surveying Instruments [The Eidypsometer], 17
  • Suspension Bridges, Economy in (E. W. Young), 279, 298
  • Swedish State Railways, 193
  • Taber's Cord-Laying and Twisting Machine, 417
  • Talyllyn Railway, Tank Locomotives for the, 67
  • Tank Locomotive (2 ft. 8 in. Gauge) at Buscot Park, 43
  • Tank Locomotives for the Talyllyn Railway, 67
  • Tank Locomotive for the Pittsburg Railway, California, 115
  • Tank Locomotive for the Tongoy Railway of Chili, 201
  • Targets, Experimental, at Shoeburyness, 339
  • Technical Chemistry in Glasgow, Chair of, 344
  • Technical Journals, American, 126, 251
  • Telegraph Cables, Curious Statistics on, 73
  • Telegraphs Central Station, The, 273
  • Telegraph Engineers, Society of, 354
  • Telegraph Lines, Railway, 251
  • Telegraph Progress in 1870, 14
  • Telegraph Signalling, 48
  • Telegraphy, A Year's, 132
  • Telegraphy, Submarine, 325
  • Temperature of the Sun, 1S3
  • Temperatures, On Methods of Producing High, 181, 197, 217
  • Tensile Strength of Iron, 3G2
  • Testing Machine, Alcock's Dead Weight Hydraulic, 27
  • Testing Metals, Bischoff's Apparatus for, 205
  • Testing Rails, 245
  • The Late Mr. Freeman, 160
  • Thirty-Five Ion Gun, The, 70, 289. 321
  • Thomson's Road Steamer for India, 94
  • Three feet, three inch Gauge in India, The, 87
  • Tilghman's Process of Cutting Hard Substances, 193
  • Timber Bridge on the East Hungarian Railway, 106, 130
  • Tod and Macgregor's Compound Marine Engines, 96
  • Tommasi's Flux Motor, 353
  • Torpedoes, Callender's, 120
  • Towle's " Spider", 464
  • Torpedo, Harvey, The, 35, 124
  • Towle's Method of Silver Lining Pipes, 369
  • Tower Subway, The. 7
  • Town Sewage, The Treatment of, 354
  • Towns, St .am Hammers In, 160
  • Traction Engine Resistances, 213
  • Traction Engines, Thomson's. for India, 94
  • Trade, The Scotch Pig Iron, in 1S70, 6
  • Train Lifts, Hydraulic, German, 267
  • Train Resistances, 66
  • Tramway Mania, The, 69
  • Tramways, London Street, 437
  • Tramways, Metropolitan, 356
  • Tramways, Silliman's, 120
  • Tramways, Vale of Clyde, The, 329
  • Transport of Lithofracteur, 420
  • Traversing Gear for the Gatling Gun, Kinne's, 381
  • Treatment of Town Sewage, The, 354
  • Trials, Steam Fire Engine, 288
  • Tunnel, Mont Cenis, The, 347, 377, 420, 423
  • Tunnels, Ventilation of Railway, 91
  • Tunnels, Ventilation of, 286
  • Turkey, Engineering Matters in. 373
  • Tunnelling Machine, Henley's, 23
  • Turkey, Railways in, 175
  • Twelve-Hundredweight Field Gun, The, 70
  • Twisting and Cord-Laying Machine, Taber's, 417
  • Tyler, Hayward, and Co.'s steam Pump, 4G
  • Type Composing Machine, Mackie's, 335
  • Tyres, Breakage of, in Cold Weather. 82
  • Tyres, Elastic Wheels, Pinchbeck's, 319
  • Tyre Rolling Mill, Webb's, 185
  • Tyres, Steel, 12

UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION:

  • On Naval Armaments. By Captain R. A. E. Scott, 137
  • United States Navy, The, 176
  • Utah, Mineral Wealth of, The, 273
  • Valdivia, Compound Engines of the, 352
  • Vale of Clyde Tramways, 329
  • Valley, Route, Euphrates, The, 34, 54, 65, 73, 459
  • Valve, Gas, Cathels's, 108
  • Valve Gear for Steam Ploughing Engines, Eyth's, 267
  • Valves, Balanced Slide, Beattie's, 8.5
  • Valves, Hydraulic, for Bessemer's Steady Cabin, 100
  • Valves, Slide, of the Engines of the S.S. Evora, Jeffrey's, 1 l
  • Valves, Weir's Equilibrium Slide, 96
  • Valveless Engine, King's, 403
  • Velocity, The Earth's Rotary, Influence of Solar Heat on, 98, 113, 11G, 117, 241, 313, 427, 447
  • Ventilation of Railway Tunnels, 91
  • Ventilation of Tunnels, 286
  • Ventilator, Pook's Sewer, 5
  • Vertical Feed Drum for the Gatling Gun, Broadwell's, 381
  • Viaduct, Kistna, The, 285
  • Viaduct Railroad, New York, 461
  • Viaduct, The Cambrian Railway, 204
  • Victoria, Railway Extension in, 261
  • Wagon, Bayley's Military Ambulance., 364
  • Wagon Railway for Plate Glass and Mirrors, 335
  • Walker and Holt's Steam Pump, 100
  • Walker and Pflaum's Steam Clutch for Rolling Mills, 97
  • Washer and Exhauster, Gas, Cleland's, 331
  • Water Mains, Submerged, 398
  • Water Bill, The Metropolis, 403
  • Water Supply, London, The, 371, 403
  • Water Works, Philadelphia, Pipe Aqueduct for the, 348
  • Webb's Adding Machine, 77
  • Weber's Horizontal Engine, 444
  • Webb’s Rolling Mill for Tyres, 185
  • Weber's Semi-Portable Engine, 302
  • Weighing Machine, Pooley's Automatic, 238
  • Weir's Equilibrium Slide Valves, 96
  • Welding by Flame, 139
  • Welding, Evans's System of, 240
  • West Cumberland Hematite Iron Works, 233
  • Wheels, Porters' Throwing, Boulton's, 354
  • Wheel Tyres, Pinchbeck s Elastic, 319
  • Wheels, Elastic, for Traction Engines, Pilkington's, 119
  • Whittle's Apparatus for Preventing Deposit and Incrustation in Steam Boilers, 85
  • Wilhelmshaven Harbour, 464
  • Winch, Gipsy, Paget's, 404
  • Winding Drum, Craven's, 200
  • Winding Yarn, Gearing for, 20
  • Windows of Railway Carriages, Ingram's Fastening for. 39
  • Wolverhampton, The Royal Agricultural Society's M Feting at, 449
  • Wohler's Experiments on the Fatigue of Metals, 199, 221, 244, 261, 299, 300, 327, 349, 397, 439
  • Wondrous Rolling Stock, 103
  • Wood Carving Machinery, Cunningham's, 333
  • Wood Working Machinery, Allen Ransome and Co's., 86
  • Wood Working Machinery, Ransome's, 137
  • Works, Co-operative, 159
  • Workshops, &c., for the Metropolitan District Railway, 404
  • Wrought Iron Bridges for the Nicolai Railway, 383
  • Wrightson's Apparatus for Lowering the Bells of Blast Furnaces, 368
  • Yarn, Gearing for Winding, 20
  • Yarrow and Hedley's Light Draught Steamers, 269

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