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SUBJECT MATTER.

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS :

  • 377, 422
  • Devices Connected with Ploughs, T. Scott, 377
  • Fertiliser, P. B. Rose, 472
  • Ploughs, J. Huxtable, 422

BATTERIES, ELECTRIC :

  • 156, 352, 630, 605
  • P. J. R. Dujardin, 156
  • C. R. Goodwin, 352
  • L. C. E. Lebiez, 352
  • W. Main, 352
  • A. V. Meserole, 352
  • C. E. Ponder, J. Macgregor, and P. Harris, 352
  • Coupling up Batteries, L. R. Davies and M. Shearer, 156
  • Feeding Electric Batteries and Removing the
  • Plates therefrom, S. W. Maquay, 166
  • Galvanic, A. Dun and F. Hasslacher, 530
  • Galvanic, J. 0. Whitten, 605
  • Induction Coils, C. Zipernowski, M. Deri, and O. T. Blathy, 352
  • Secondary, A. Dun and F. Hasslacher, 605
  • Self-Regulating Portable Battery and Lamp,
  • H. R. Fisher, 156
  • Voltaic, E. Tyer, 156

BOILERS :

  • 51, 62, 203, 204, 252, 351, 601, 554, 580, 656 1 1. Corden,351
  • G. Eggers, 203
  • O. H. Gentry, 501
  • J. and J. F. Gilmore and W. R. Clark, 203
  • M. M. Jackson, 51
  • W. Land, 203
  • A. Stehlik, 601
  • W. Waller, 203
  • W. H. Wood, 61
  • Automatic Boiler Feed Regulators, E. Dumas, 656
  • Boiler Tubes and Shells, D. Adamson, 252
  • Combined Portable Boiler and Centrifugal
  • Pump and Engine, Tangyes Limited, and T. Jefferiss, 664
  • Economising Heat and Preventing Corrosion, M. Prior, 680
  • Economy in the Consumption of Fuel, J. C. Stitt, 601
  • Generating and Superheating Steam, O. D. Orvis, 680
  • Internally Heated, G. H. Sellers and W. Malam, 680
  • Low-Pressure, II. Davey, 601
  • Preventing Calcareous Incrustations, E. O. and W. T. Cooper, 51
  • Preventing Corrosion, E. M. B. Faull and F. W. Cannon, 51
  • Preventing Corrosion, M. Kotyra, 203
  • Preventing Corrosion, H. W. Rusden, 580 Preventing Explosion, J. Foord and W. W. Paddon, 580
  • Preventing Explosion, B. Meyer, 656 Preventing Incrustation, J. Barber and J. Fortune, 203
  • Producing Steam Economically., E. W. Collier, 51
  • Promoting Circulation of Water and Preventing the Deposit of Scale, A. A. Rickaby, 51 Removing Deposits from, H. L. Currier, 204 Retaining a Constant Level of Water, A. Dausstn, 351
  • Supplying Distilled Water and Utilisation of Heat, A. C. Kirk, 580
  • Supplying Water from Salt Water, J. Downton, 51
  • Tubulous and Water Tube Steam Generators, T. W. Baker, 51
  • Utilisation and Generation of Steam, L. Rou-viere, 52
  • Vertical, W. Garner, 203

BRAKES : 362, 530, 580

  • D. H. W. J. N. O'Ncale and P. Everitt, 580
  • Grip and Brake Gear of Cable Tramcars, N. H. Richards, 352
  • Mechanical Connection between Two Bodies Applied to Brakes, R. Syners, 530

CASTING : 104, 180, 252, 352, 378, 472, 554

  • Apparatus for Handling Crucibles, Societe Anonyme de8 Manufactures de8 Glaces, Verre.9, Vitres, &c., 180
  • Casting Metal Ingots, B. Atha, 554
  • Casting Metallic Ingots, J. B. D. Boulton, 352
  • Casting Metals and Alloys, F. R. Schweiger and C. F. Muhlmann, 472
  • Casting Rings of Metallic Packing, A. A. Rickaby, 252
  • Casting Wheels, &c., upon Shafts, G. H. Denison and W. Ward, 378
  • Chills for Casting Metals, J. R. Witney, 252
  • Metal Moulds for Casting Steel Wheels, W. Sellers, 554
  • Moulding Circular Articles, A. Westwood, 104

CHEMICAL PRODUCTS : 26, 104, 180, 278, 326, 378, 472, 502, 530, 554, 580, 632 (See also Dyes)

  • Acid Saccharification of Starchy Materials, V. C. A. M. Bondonneau and A. J. M. G. Foret, 326
  • Bi-Carbonate Columns, W. B. Cogewell, 826
  • Caustic Soda and Carbonic Acid, &c., L. Mond and D. B. Hewitt, 326
  • Chemical Fluid Ink Erasers, J. W. Tallinadge, 378
  • Colouring Matters, Wirth and Co., 326
  • Compounding Phosphatic Compounds for Artificial Manures, A. Campbell, 472
  • Disinfectant and Oxidising Agents, J. C. Stevenson and J. G. Tatters, 180
  • Disinfectants, Deodorants, and Antiseptics, Dr. A. Dupre and C. N. Hake, 180
  • Distillation of Coal Tar, &c., H. Ellison and G. E. Davis, 26
  • Dyes, Disinfectants, &c., R. H. W. Biggs, 326
  • Gelatinising Nitro - Glycerine, Deutsche
  • Sprengstoff Actiengesellschaft, 502
  • Manufacture of Alcohol from Manioc, S. Ben-saude, 104
  • Manufacture of Aluminium Chloride and Extraction of Aluminium therefrom, 0. M. Thowless, 180
  • Manufacture of Bicarbonate and Carbonate of Soda by the Ammonia Process, W. Burns, 180
  • Manufacture of Bleaching and Disinfecting Liquor, E. Hermite, 472
  • Manufacture of Carbonate of Soda and Carbonic Acid from the Bicarbonate, L. A. Staub, 632
  • Manufacture of " Caustic Ash," T. T. Mathieson and J. 1-lawliczek, 472
  • Manufacture of Chlorine, A. and L. Q. Brin, 472
  • Manufacture of the Compounds of Fluoride of Antimony with the Chlorides of Sodium, &c., C. J. E. De IIaen, 180
  • Manufacture of Dry Calcium Hydro-Oxide, J. Pfeiffer, 472
  • Manufacture of the Ethylether of a New Acid, Society of Chemical Industry, 26
  • Manufacture of Hydrated Carbonate of Magnesia, &c., W. Bramley and W. P. Cochrane,, 26
  • Manufacture of Hydrates of Barium and Strontium, II. L. Tattinson, Jun , 472
  • Manufacture of Lubricants, M. J. Hartung and W. Gallagher, 554
  • Manufacture of a Methylene Blue, Farbwerkeorm Meister Lucius and Bruning, 326
  • Manufacture of Pyro•Sulphates, H. Baum, 630
  • Manufacture of Starch Free from Smell and Taste, A. Schulmann, 472
  • Manufacture of Tar Acids, J. W. Knights and W. D. Gall, 472
  • Manufacture of White Lead, J. F. F. F. Lowe, 180
  • Nitric Acid, J. Taylor, 630
  • Obtaining Mother Liquors Free from Mag-nesian Salts, E. J. L. Delsol, 180
  • Operating on Zinc Ore for Producing Chlorine and Utilising Zinc for Coating Metals, J. Lea and H. R. Hammond, 26
  • Producing Glycerine, &c., S. S. Sugden, 580
  • Producing Muriatic Acid, A. Kayser, II. Williams, and A. 13. Young, 180
  • Producing Silicate of Sodium or of Potassium, A. Kayser, H. Williams, and A. B. Young, 130
  • Production of Caustic Alkali, &c., A. Sayger, Williams, and A. B. Young, 26
  • Production of Coherent Masses of Peroxide of Lead, D. G. Fitz-Gerald, 278
  • Production of Sulphuric Anhydride, E. Haenisch and Dr. M. Schroeder, 26
  • Purifying Crude Spirits, I. A. F. Bang and M. C. A. .Ruffin, 326
  • Refining Crude Refuse Petroleum, &c., G. L. Benton, 180
  • Removing Fusel Oil from Crude Spirits, H. Grote, 580
  • Rendering Paper Antiseptic and Germ Proof,
  • R. D. Sinclair and J. G. Brown, 26
  • Separation of Carbonic Oxide from Nitrogen, &c., H. Gardner, 472
  • Separation of Gases from Liquids Mixed with them, J. E. Mathewson, 472
  • Sodium Products, J. T. Watts and W. A. Richards, 26
  • Sulphate of Alumina, J. J. Hood and A. G. Salamon, 326
  • Sulphide of Zinc White, H. H. Gunn, 326
  • Treatment of Hydrochloric Acid Gas for the Production of Chlorine Gas, W. Donald, 26
  • Treatment of Sulphate of Sodium for the Manufacture of Sulphide of Sodium, F. H. Gossage and T. T. blathieson, 180
  • Treatment and Utilisation of Spent Lye3 Used in the Manufacture of Cellulose and Recovery of Sulphurous Acid, A. Frank, 26
  • Washing and Bleaching Wool, T. Zebrozvoki, 26

CRUSHING, CLEANING, &C.: 252, 400

  • W. Boulton, 252
  • J. Johnson and C. D. Greenland, 252
  • G. and A. Raymond, 252
  • J. Romheld, 400
  • E. Wilson, 400
  • Compressing Metal Scraps for the Manufacture of Bars, J. Butler, 400
  • Middlings Purifiers, H. Simon, 252
  • Multiple Three-Roll Sugar Cane Mills, T. Rousselot, 252
  • Reduction of Cereals to Flour, T. Voss, 252

DYES AND COLOURS :

  • 26, 180, 422, 472, 530, 680, 632 (See also Chemical Products)
  • E. Boursier, 180
  • R. and J. W. C. Chadwick, 472
  • F. A. Gatty, 472 J. Grunhut, 632 Dr. H. Schulz, 632
  • G. Thomas, 180
  • H. J. Walder, 180
  • Aniline Black, A. and W. E. Aykroyd and J. Smith, 180
  • Aniline Black, J. Grunhut, 632
  • Bleaching Fibrous Substances used for Making
  • Paper, A. and L. Q. Brin, 180
  • Cleaning Wool, C. Robeson, 580
  • Dyeing and Printing Aniline Blacks, F. Towlson and E. Weldon, 422
  • Manufacture of Yellow Colouring Matters, S. Forel, 632
  • Producing Basic Sulphocyanides of Aluminium, &c., J. Hauff, 472
  • Red Colouring Matters, Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 26
  • Rollers for Treating Fabrics, A. Birch, 632
  • Staining Wood, F. Munier and N. Salvaire, 530
  • Treatment of Textile Materials Dyed with
  • Aniline Black, W. J. S. Grawitz, 580

DYNAMO-ELECTRIC MACHINES :

  • 155, 156, 445, 605, 632 (See also Motors)
  • The Baxter Electric Manufacturing and Motor Company, 156
  • J. L. Clerc, 445
  • C. Coerper, 155
  • La Compagnie Continentale Edison, 155
  • R. E. B. Crompton and J. Swinburne, 445
  • R. C. Jackson, (532
  • G. Kapp, 155
  • G. Kapp, 445
  • J. A. Kingdon, 156
  • W. A. Leipner, 155
  • C. Lever, 165
  • W. Main, 445, 605
  • W. M. Mordey, 415
  • W. H. Scott and E. A. Paris, 155
  • Siemens and Halske, 445, 605
  • A. P. Trotter, II. W. Ravenshaw, and W. T. Goolden, 155
  • G. Westinghouse, Jun., 605
  • Brush Holders tor, A. P. Trotter and W. T. Goolden, 445
  • Commutator Brushes, D. Halpin and T. A. Timmis, 605
  • Field Magnets, L. Hanson, 155
  • Self-Regulating, R. P. Sellon, W. M. .Mordey, and C. E. Webber, 445

ELECTRICAL:

  • 156, 204, 278, 300, 352, 446, 472, 606, 632 (See also Lighting, Electric, and Regulating and Controlling)
  • Application of Electricity to Vehicles, F. Wynne, 300
  • Cables, J. H. Dalzt-11, 352
  • Communicating Apparatus, IV. Chadburn, 300
  • Covering Insulated Electrical Conductors with Lead, &c., E. McKnight, 632
  • Discharging Electricity from Paper, &c., L. E. Bathrick, 632
  • Distribution of Currents of Electricity, R. E. B.
  • Crompton and J. H. F. Solt, 300
  • Electrolysing Bleaching Solution, E. 'Termite, J. Paterson, and C. F. Cooper, 446
  • Electrolysis, Siemens and Halske, 156
  • Generating Electricity from Heat, E. G. Acheson, 606
  • Generation of Electricity, L. G. Woolley, 632
  • Indicating the Speed and Direction of Rotation of shafts, It. P. Fuge, 632
  • Insulating Electric Currents, D. S. Robertshaw and It. F. Sunderland, 204
  • Insulating Material, J. Tatham, 204
  • Laying and Insulating Underground Wires for
  • Use as Conductors of Electricity, T. O. Callender, 606
  • Making and Breaking Electric Circuits, S.
  • Sv,dworth and C. K. Falkenstein, 472
  • Meters, S. Z. de Ferranti, 606
  • Musical Instruments Operated by Electricity, J. Harrington, 632
  • Obtaining Electricity on Vehicles, T. R. Weston, 166
  • Overhead Wires, W. P. English, 278
  • Propelling Vehicles by Electricity, F. Wynne, 446
  • Recording Media for Use in Graphophones,
  • The Volta Graphophone Company, 632
  • Spinning and Twibting Machines, Driving, A.
  • S. Kimball and G. Brownell, 300
  • Thermo-Electric Elements and Piles, R. J.
  • Oulcher and J. Pintsch, 446
  • Transformation and Distribution of Electric
  • Energy, R. Dick and R. Kennedy, 204
  • Transformators, J. L. Clerc, 300
  • Type-Writers, J. F. McLaughlin, 300

ENGINE AND BOILER FITTINGS :

  • 52, 204, 352, 530, 632, 656
  • Automatically Supplying Lubricant, R. Wallwork, 666
  • Connecting-Rods, D. H. Dugan 352
  • Feed Water Heaters and Purifiers, A. A. Goubert, 204
  • Fitting Gauge Glasses, W. Evans, 52
  • Lubricating, R. Peacock and J. Bird, 204
  • Lubricators, P. G. Paequet, 530
  • Metallic Packing, A. D. Marshall, 204
  • Metallic Packing, R. Marshall and G. H. A. Thunder, 62
  • Packing, J. T. Davis, 204
  • Packing, S. Griffin, 352
  • Packing, A. McLaine, 204
  • Packing, W. and A. Ploeger, 352
  • Piston Springs, R. Tonge, 204
  • Pressure Gauges, R. Gradenwitz and E. A. Taenzer, 632
  • Sight Feed Lubricators, J. H. Schofield and A. V. G. Worth, 204
  • Spark Arresters, J. Marshall, 52
  • Transparent Drip Cups for Shaft B2aringe, W. Butterworth, 632
  • Triangular Packing, S. and C. Lamont, 352

ENGINES, GAS :

  • 52, 204, 352, 502, 580. 655
  • The Gas Engine and Power Company, 204
  • Gas Motoren Fabrik, 204
  • Gas Motoren Fabrik, 352
  • S. Griffin, 655
  • R. R. Hutchinson and the London Economic Motor and Gas Engine Company, 52
  • G. McGhee, 52
  • J. Robson, 62
  • A. Schmid and J. C. Beckfeld, 352
  • La Societe des Tissages et Ateliers de Construction Diederichs, 580
  • A. C. and J. Sterry, 352
  • H. A. Stuart and C. R. Binney, 62
  • H. Williams, 602
  • Gas and Pumping Engines, W. E. flair, 353

ENGINES, STEAM :

  • 61, 203, 351, 501, 530, 655
  • W. Hornsby and F. J. Cribb, 51
  • A. Normand et Cie., 203
  • G. Smith, 655
  • Automatic Expansion Gear and Governors,
  • S. S. Stout and H. G. Underwood, 51 Compound, W. Allan, 203
  • Compound, R. R. Bevis, Jun., and J. D. Churchill, 351
  • Compound, J. Ericsson, 601
  • Compound, F. B. M. Harman, 351 Compound, T. Main, 61
  • Compound, T. W. Worsdell, 655
  • Corliss Valves, W. Musgrave, 203
  • Cut-Off Valves, W. Mather and J. Holgate, 501
  • Cylinder and Piston Motor Engines, J. C. Grabner and C. Ruperti, 655
  • Piston Valves and Ports for, C. T. Porter, 203
  • Preventing Candensation in Cylinders, D. Joy, 51
  • Relieving the Friction of Slide Valves, J. C Jackson, 351
  • Reversing Gear for, D. Williams and W. E. Raymond, 501
  • Rotary, J. M. Whitney, 203
  • Rotary Engines, &e., D. Williamson, 530 Rotary, and Pumps, J. M. Ross and J. McDozvall, 655
  • Sliding-Cover Engines, S. E. Jarvis, 501 Steam Pumping, L. d'Auria and H. M. Robert, 203
  • Utilising the Products of the Application of
  • Heat to Water for the Derivation of Motive
  • Force, T. T. Prosser and H. Waller, 203 Valve Gear for, A. H. Chartres, 203
  • Valve Gear, H. Lindley and T. Browett, 51 Valve Gear, II. C. Lobnitz, 61
  • Valves, W. Allan, 203
  • Valves and Valve Gearing, J. W. Bartley, 203 Working Compound in One Cylinder, A. H. Wallis, 61

ENGINES, TRACTION: 52, 278, 422

  • S. Eddington and J. E. Stevenson, 278 Adapting a Traction Engine for Use as a Road
  • Roller, S. Eddington and J. E. Stevenson, 422
  • Driving Gear of, R. H. Fowler, R. H. Shaw, and T. Benstead, 278
  • Traction Engines and Dynamo-Electric Machines, T. L. Aveling, 52

EXCAVATING : 104, 252

  • Automatic Drilling, E. Eberhardt, 252 Conveying Spoil by Compressed Air or Water, J. Allard, 104
  • Grabs for, J. Gill, 104
  • Transmitting Motion to Coal-Cutting Machines,
  • T. and R. %V. Bower, J. Blackburn, and F.
  • Mori, 262

EXHAUSTING AND BLOWING : 104

  • G. W. Wade, 104

FIRE-EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS : 378

  • J. C. Merryweather, 378
  • Automatic Fire Extinguisher, J. B. Hannay,- 378
  • Fire Hose, J. C. Merryweather and C. J. W.
  • Jakeman, 378

FUEL, MANUFACTURE OF : 26, 326

  • G. Godeffroy, 26
  • W. H. Lindsay, 26, 326
  • G. Mulheims and R. Zimmermann, 326
  • R. Stone, 26
  • Blocks, R. Combret, 26
  • Moulding, W. H. Lindsay, 26

FURNACES 25, 52, 179, 204, 325, 351, 471, 502, 606, 631, 655

  • J. Bancroft and W. Wild, 204
  • W. W. Dashiell, 602
  • J. A. Drake, 351
  • C. Johnson, 351
  • R. Marshall, 655
  • J. Platt, 655
  • W. S. Sutherland, 471
  • Artificial Air Supply to, D. B. Morison, 52
  • Basic-Hearth Steel-Making Furnaces, J. Riley, 631
  • Boilers, C. J. Copeland and S. F. Prest, 52
  • Boilers with Corrugated Flame Tubes, A.
  • Knaudt, 52
  • Ceramic Kilns, F. Siemens, 631
  • Combination of Liquid, Gaseous, or Pulverulent
  • Fuel, A. and L. Q. Brin, 52
  • Consuming Smoke, T. Taylor, 204
  • Creating a Regular Draught, M. A. Despeissis, 204
  • Cupola, F. A. Herbertz, 25
  • Desiccation, Incineration, and Carbonisation
  • of Precipitants, R. De Soldenhofl, 179
  • Economising Fuel and Consuming Smoke,
  • A. H. W. Brown, 204
  • Electric, S. Z. De Ferranti, 606
  • Firebars, E. Green, 204
  • Firebars, R. Lowson, 204
  • Firebars, A. E. Scott, 204
  • Firebars, W. Wilkie, 204
  • Furnace Bars, D. Morgan, 204
  • Gas Producers, J. W. Sheel, 325
  • Gaseous Fuel for Treating Towns' Refuse,
  • B. D. Healey and B. II. Thwaite, 471
  • Hot-Air Bridge, Walls for, E. W. Tucker, 52
  • Hydro-Carbon, W. B. Wright and E. T. Williams, 179
  • Manufacture of Plumbic Oxide, S. C. Rowell and J. W. Newell, 179
  • Open Kilns, J. Howie and T. Groves, 25
  • Portable Combined Smelting and Converting,
  • C. Bramall, 631
  • Primary Distilling Apparatus for Oil-Yielding
  • Mineral, W. M. Fraser and J. Snodgrass, 681
  • Projecting Fuel into Furnaces in the Form of Spray, C. A. Sahlstrom, 52
  • Promoting Consumption of Smoke by Air and Gas Jets, G. Dietrich, 62
  • Regenerative, J. von Bhrenwerth, 325
  • Removing Molten Slag, Ste., from, W. Hawdon, 471
  • Retort Firebars to Generate Water Gas as Fuel, F. L. Merritt, 62
  • Self-Acting Firegrates, L. Hoperaft, 52
  • Spraying and Burning Liquid Fuel, H. J. Drory, 502
  • Supplying Fuel to, A. W. Bennis, 351
  • Treating Air Preparatory to its Use in " Cool Air Drying Process," 1'. Ewens, 471

GAS, MANUFACTURE OF,

  • 25, 26, 180, 472, 680, 631
  • S. R. Dickson, 180
  • J. Howard and E. T. Bousfield, 472
  • A. C. Humphreys, 631
  • A. G. Meeze, 472
  • Destructive Distillation of Shale, &c., and Retorts therefor, R. B. Tennant. 25
  • Manufacturing Gas from Fluid Hydro-Carbons, A. G. Meeze, 580
  • Preventing the Choking of Pipes between the
  • Retort and Hydraulic Main in Gas Works,
  • C. S. Ellery and J. Chaffin, 26
  • Production of Hydrogen Gas by a Dry Method,
  • W. Majert and G. Richter, 472
  • Purification of Coal Gas and Recovery of Sulphur, C. Estcourt and M. Schwab, 25
  • Purification of Coal Gas and Recovery of Sulphur and Ammonia, J. Hammond, 25

GOVERNORS : 502, 632

  • H. Tate, Jun., and J. Killip, Jun., 602
  • Gas Governors, H. W. and A. F. Cole, 632

GUNS, &c.: 227, 377, 602, 529

  • H. S. Maxim, 529
  • J. Vavasseur, 227
  • Breechloading, W. Lorenz, 629
  • Centre Pivotted Mountings for a Rapid-Firing
  • Gun, J. Vavagyseur, 227
  • Compensating for the Recoil of Guns, A. Nobel, 602
  • Controlling Torpedoes, E. Donn, 227
  • Conveying Ammunition to and Loading Heavy Guns, C. H. Murray, 377
  • Disappearing Gun Mountings, La Sociite
  • Schneider et Cie., 629
  • Gas Checks for the Joint3 of Jointed Guns, A. Noble, 529
  • Gun Carriages, J. Rogerson and A. Downie, 227
  • Guns and Projectiles, A. Nobel, 502
  • Machine, J. Sturgeon, 227
  • Mounting Disappearing Guns, A. Moncrieff, 377
  • Mounting very Heavy Guns, A. Noble, 377
  • Mounting and Working Disappearing Guns, A.
  • Montruff and W. Anderson, 529
  • Mountings, A. Moncrieff, 529
  • Ordnance and Mounting the same, W. Tranter, 377
  • Quick-Firing, T. Nordenfelt, 529
  • Regulating Pressure in Guns, A. Nobel, 377
  • Sights for Firearms, T. Bland, 227

HEATING AND ILLUMINATING : 77, 78, 227, 228, 378, 422, 529, 580

  • J. Schwcizer and P. E. II caber, 227
  • Application of the Expansive Power of Heat,
  • W. C. Shaffer, 78
  • Blowpipe Apparatus for Producing Intense
  • Heat and Artificial Light, J. R. Knapp, 77
  • Burning of Oils, J. Lyle, 228
  • Detection of Explosive Gases, J. W. Swan, 529
  • Economising Gas, J. and C. Torkington and J. A. Eunus, 629
  • Feeding Oil, &c., to Lamps, D. and F. S. Moore, 228
  • Gas, II. Schlichter, 378
  • Lamps, C. Crastin and W. Beale, 77
  • Lamps, T. C. J. Thomls, 227
  • Mantles for Incandescent Gas Lighting, A.
  • Paget, 77
  • Oil Lamps, F. R. Baker, 227
  • Oil Lamps, J. Roberts, 580
  • Petroleum Lamps, W. Henley, 422
  • Regenerative Gas Lamps and Burners, E. Derval, 77
  • Regulating the Flow of Fluids, W. von Oechelhaeuser, 378
  • Re378gulating the Supply of Gas, J. Enright,

HOISTING : 77, 103, 104, 251, 400, 554, 580

  • A. B. Brown, 654
  • E. T. Cleathers, 104
  • T. H. Ward, 664
  • Automatic Apparatus for, T. Kirkland and T.
  • Barnett, 104
  • Chains, C. A. Klauke, 77
  • Engines, R. Schulz, 400
  • Frictional Brakes, J. Hastie, 103
  • Hangers for Guide Pulleys, W. T. Garnett, 77
  • Hoisting Hooks, B. J. biplock and L. B. 1. Hamdton, 251
  • Hydraulic, W. R. Green, 400
  • Hydraulic, W. R. Green and R. Carey, 400
  • Hydraulic, II. C. Walker and R. Carey, 77
  • Preventing Overwindinz, C. Holcroft, 104
  • Preventing Overwinding, 7'. Smith, 251
  • Raising and Lowering Weights, J. Standfield, 580
  • Ratchet and Pawl Devices, W. A. Loud, 77
  • Retiring Bearings, W. Craven, 400
  • Shipping and Unshipping, Sir W. T. Lewis and
  • C. L. Hunter, 400
  • Spindles having Sliding Motion, J. Donnelly, 77
  • Winches, M. Archer, 251

INJECTORS : 351

  • H. Holden and R. G. Brook, 361
  • W. S. Tomkins, 351

IRON AND STEEL. MANUFACTURE AND TREATMENT

  • OF : 25, 104, 179, 252, 325, 471, 664, 631, 632
  • W. Jukes, 631
  • F. W. Seaman, 471
  • J. Toussaint, 325
  • A. E. Tucker and F. W. Harbord, 179
  • Casting Metals, B. H. Thwaite, 471
  • Castings, T. Nordenfelt, 25
  • Compound Ingots, E. Wheeler, 25
  • Converters, G. L. Robert, 631
  • Converting and Reconverting Old Steel, &c.,
  • W. G. Copestake and C. Jones, 471
  • Galvanising, A. Schaag and Fltirscheim and Bergmann, 25
  • Hardening, R. A. Hadfield, 471
  • Hardening and Tempering Steel Wire, G. and
  • E. Ashworth, 104
  • Ingot Moulds, J. Havenhand, 25
  • Manufacture of Cast Steel, F. H. Lloyd and H.
  • White, 471
  • Manufacture of Steel and Ingot Iron by the
  • Basic Process, P. C. Gilchrist, 179
  • Manufacture of Steel or Ingot Iron and Phosphate of Lime, R. S. Casson, 471
  • Manufacturing Compound Plates of Iron and Steel, A. Wilson, 471
  • Manufacturing Metals from Iron Ores, R. J. Henderson, 471
  • Metal Ingots, J. Illingworth, 25
  • Pneumatic Process of, B. II. Thwaite, 25
  • Preparing Steel for Roller Bars Used in Manufacture of Paper Pulp, J. Dickson, 252
  • Puddling Iron, G. G. Mullins, 631
  • Stoppers, D. McCorkindale and G. Dougall, 325
  • Straightening Steel Wire, J. Thornton and W Walker, 252
  • Treatment of Low Steel, H. A. Harvey, 554
  • Welding and Tempering Metals, E. E. Ries, 632

LIGHTING, ELECTRIC: 155, 156, 299, 446

  • Arc Lamps, W. J. Mackenzie, 155
  • Arc Lamps, C. B. and R. D. Noble, 446
  • Holders for Incandescent Lamps, C. M. Dorman and R. A. Smith, 299
  • Holders for Incandescent Lamps, J. H. Holmes, 1 55
  • Holders for Incandescent Lamps, R. T. Turnbull, 299
  • Incandescent Lamps, A. Heintz, 446
  • Lamps, W. Ward, 155
  • Production of Carbon Filaments, La Societe A.
  • Cruto et Cie., 299
  • Protecting Incandescent Lamps, M. Bailey and
  • J. Warner, 156

METALS, COATING, &C.: 179, 180, 472, 530

  • W. J. Wilder, 180
  • Automatically, P. Rogers and J. Player, 179
  • Coating Metal with Tin, A. E. Barthel and J. C. J. Moller, 472
  • Coating Plates with Metal, W. H. and T. J. Rickard, 530
  • Extracting Tin from Iron in Tin Scraps, R. H. W. Biggs, 180

METALS, OBTAINING : 156, 179, 3:8, 471, 472

  • G. J. Atkins, 325
  • A. Vogelmann, 325
  • Amalgamators, J. A. Sperry, 471
  • Extracting Gold, C. T. J. Vautin, 325
  • Extracting Gold and Antimony Regulus from
  • Auriferous Antimony Ore, G. P. Schweder, 1 79
  • Extraction of Aluminium from its Chlorides,
  • Count B. de Montgelas, 179
  • Extraction of Aluminium from its Fluorides by
  • Electrolysis, M. and E. Bernard, 472
  • Extraction of Antimony from its Orts, A. J. Shannon, 325
  • Manufacture of Alloys of Aluminium with
  • other Metals, A. Mann, 471
  • Manufacture of Aluminium and Aluminium
  • Alloys, E. Cleaver, 325
  • Manufacturing Ammonia, T. B. Fogarty, 179
  • Obtaining Metals by Electrolysis, F. E. Ehnore, 1 56
  • Obtaining Silver, G. Thomson, 179
  • Obtaining Zinc in a Metallic Form from Alkaline Solutions of Zinc Oxide, W. S. Squire and S. C. C. Currie, 179
  • Production of Alloys or Bronzes, Colonel W. V. Shelton, 179
  • Production of Aluminium and of Alloys of Aluminium and Copper by Electro-Deposition, C. A. Burghardt and W. J. Twining, 179
  • Production of Sodium and Potassium, O. M. Thowless, 325
  • Separating Precious Metals from Powdered Ores, C. B. Tripler, 472
  • Smelting and Recovering Metals from Ores and Dross, J. Nicholas, 179
  • Treatment of Auriferous Minerals, J. Weirich, 471

MISCELLANEOUS :

  • 52, 78, 104, 130, 180, 204, 228, 252, 278, 326, 352, 378, 400, 422, 472, 502, 530, 654, 580, 632
  • Actuating the Doffing Comb of Carding Machines, E. Gaunt and W. Firth, 378
  • Apparatus for Cleaning Fabrics, E. Desjardius, 632
  • Artificial Ivory, S. G. A. Depont, 326
  • Barbed and Corrugated Wire Nails and Die for same, J. E. Emerson and T. Midgley, 252
  • Bleaching of Vegetable and Animal Matter and Washing and Scouring of Wool, H. K. de Pawlowski, 472
  • Boring and Tapping of Mains while Under Pressure, E. Claus°lies, 252
  • Brewing, C. Clinch, 378
  • Burning Wet and Offensive Substances, A. Engle, 554
  • Canal Locks, J. Rowley, 422
  • Canal Locks, T. Villard, 130
  • Car-Axles, S. T. Wellman, 252
  • Cleansing and Seasoning Casks, J. Thompson, 228
  • Clutches, J. Marshall, 422
  • Coiling and Edge-Burnishing Leather Belt4, J. and Ann Hall, 378
  • Combined Axle and Box, E. Jeanningros, 278
  • Combining Steam Engines with other Machines Driven Directly by them, P. W. Willans, 52
  • Composition Capable of being Moulded, &c., M. P. E. Gerard, 422
  • Compound for Painting Tanks and Vessels, P. Molyneux, 632
  • Condensing Apparatus, E. Theissen, 422 Construction of Fans, S. S. Allin, 530
  • Construction of Metallic Wheels, J. K. Starley, 130
  • Crumpling Paper, &c., T. Grison, 104
  • Crushing Machines, W. Jenisch and H. Lohnert, 104
  • Endless Plateways for Wheeled Vehicles, &c., 11. G. Tipping, 130
  • Facilitating the Transit of Railway Carriages and Loading and Unloading, C. Simmons and B. Williams, 278
  • Finishing Metal Plates Coated with an Alloy, H. F. Taylor and W. P. Struve, 400
  • Fire-Resisting Compound, H. L. M. Foster, 204
  • Fireproof Composition, W. Brandt, 554
  • Flooring and Roofing, H. T. Shaw and C. Chithick, 252
  • Food Compound, J. H. Stebbins, 223
  • Hard Drying Anti-Corrosive Compound, 0. Jeyes, 378
  • Horseshoes, C. Howieson, 378
  • Hydraulic Engines, 13. Tydetnan, 52
  • India-Rubber Compositions, R. J. Henderson, 180
  • Loading Minerals, F. W. Walker, 130
  • Maintaining a Proportional Flow of Fluids through Pipes, C. C. Barton, 378
  • Manufacture of Articles from Slotted Sheet
  • Metal, A. E. Barthel, 530
  • Manufacture of Manuring Compounds, J. Davonport, 554
  • Manufacture of Metallic Pedestals, &c., S. L. Dore and T. B. Leech, 228
  • Manufacture of Non-Blooming Vulcanised Soft Rubber, F. Wilhoft, 580
  • Manufacture of Paper Bottles and Boxes, G. A. Wilkins, 502
  • Manufacture of Pile Fabrics, W. Weegmann, 632
  • Manufacture of Printing Type, &c , F. Kam-mann and F. Jurschina, 378
  • Manufacture of Rope, T. B. Dooley, 472
  • Manufacturing Textile Threads, M. P. E. Girard, 422
  • Mechanical Stokers, W. Whittaker, 204
  • Metal Plates, R. Lord, 400
  • Moulding Coal Dust into Solid Blocks, W. H. Lindsay, 104
  • Ornamenting Articles of Glass, &c., C. J. Brunetti, 630
  • Paper-Making, G. A. Bedart, 78 Photo-Chemical Printing, W. Willis, 580
  • Preparing Farinaceous Matter by Steam, R. Wood, 580
  • Preparing Metallic Plates for Lithographic Purposes, C. Salcher and H. Schwertschlag, 6
  • Preservation of Corpses, J. De Nueda, 228
  • Preserving and Preventing the Putrefaction of Animal and Vegetable Substances, C. Collin and L. Benoist, 580
  • Preventing Milk from Turning Sour, J. France, 422
  • Preventing Water Pipes from Bursting, W. H. Moore, 530
  • Printing Artistically, E. Ward, G. and J. H. Lock, J. Bowden, and H. G. Wells, 378
  • Printing in Colours, A. J. Be jot, 422
  • Producing Designs upon Glass, A. D. Brogan and A. M. Malloch, 400, 502
  • Producing Fresh Water from Sea Water, W. F. Pamphlett, 472
  • Production of Fire-Resisting Compounds and Products, J. Davenport, 378
  • Props for Mines, H. Hibbert and W. Horsefield, 378
  • Propulsion by Atmospheric Reaction, J. F. Meade, 104
  • Pulleys, A. Steel, 422
  • Purification of Juice from Vegetable Matters, F. Kleeman, 204
  • Purifying Paraffin Wax, N. M. Henderson, 326 Rack and Pinion Mechanism for Rack Railways,
  • F. Rinecker and R. Abt, 130
  • Raising and Lowering the Tables of Circular
  • Saw Benches, C. Redman, 530
  • Recording Music from a Pianoforte, &c., C. H.
  • Wall and 0. Ostrom, 78
  • Recovery of Cyanogen Compounds from Gases, O. Knublanch, 554
  • Refining Hydro-Carbon Oils, T. G. Hall, 554
  • Refrigerator Cars, W. L. Cook, 78
  • Rendering Articles Waterproof, Clara B. Warner, 326
  • Rock Drilling Machines, B. P. Elmore and G. G. Tillotson, 252
  • Ruling Lines, A. G. Dawson and F. E. Adams, 632
  • Speed Indicators, R. Willis, 630
  • Strap Fastener, H. Gittus, 530
  • Throstle Rings for Spinning and Twisting Machines, B. Hansel, 252
  • Transporting Loads, F. J. Arnochn and M. A. Dc Palam, 422
  • Treating Brewers' Wort, W. Adlam and F. Faulkner, 378
  • Treating Sewage to Obtain Valuable Substances, G. E. Davis and J. B. Aitken, 472 Treating Wool, A. Schlamm and F. Brassard, 632
  • Treatment of Exogenous Fibrous Plants, J Longmore and W. L. Watson, 632
  • Treatment of Spent Copper Liquors and Puri flcation of Sewage, C. Wigg, 472
  • Utilising Sewage Sludge, D. Craig, 326
  • Utilising Wood for Paving, &c., F. B, Wade, 378
  • Vacuum Apparatus, W. L. Horne, 326 Waterproof Material, J. H. Lyman, 204, 326 Wheels and Tyree, H. Parkin and H. Webb, 352
  • Wire Chain, R. A. Breul, 104

MOTION, TRANSMITTING :

  • 77, 228, 377, 378, 422, 472, 630, 680, 632
  • T. D. Hollick and W. E. Rickard, 77
  • Differential and Slow Motion Gearing, J. Dug-dale and J. F. Davie8, 228
  • Driving Bands, J. J. Heywood, 77
  • Driving Belts, M. Gandy, 422
  • Driving Belts, J. F. and B. F. Mellor, 580
  • Driving Belts and Pulleys, W. L. Purvos, 377
  • Driving Gear for Table Machines, P. A. Dohis, 630
  • Flexible Driving Shaft, F. J. Wolseley, 228
  • Friction Clutches and Starting Gearing, T. Schofield and F. Barker, 378
  • Friction Gear, E. Jone8, 77
  • Guards of Rotating Shafts, F. Lejeune, 632
  • Machine Belts, H. J. Allison, 228
  • Manufacture of Driving Belts, H. Muller, 228
  • Manufacture of " Ropes," G. H. Hebblethwaite, 877
  • Mechanical Movements, E. B. Coxe and S. Salmon, 228
  • Rope Driving Gear, W. J. Prismall, 472
  • Shaft Keys, W. N. Woodruff, 228
  • Split Drums, A. C, Wells, 377
  • Toothed Wheels, L. Barlow, 377
  • Transmitting Reciprocatory into Rotary Motion, 0. Neuhau8er, 378

MOTORS, ELECTRIC, &C.: 104, 20

  • J. L. Clerc, 299
  • P. Cote, 101
  • Hartig, 299
  • NUTS, SCREWS, &c.: 228, 400, 422, 502, 530, 580
  • L. E. Sunter, 400
  • Lock Nuts, G. A. Goodwin and W. F. How, 502
  • Lock Nuts, D. Wilson, 422
  • Locking Nuts, S. D. Blogg, 502
  • Locking Nuts, 0. Jagenburg, 223
  • Manufacture of Screw-Nuts, W. Bayliss and R. Howarth, 530
  • Nut Locke, J. W. Parks and P. G. Roquemore, 530
  • Nut Locks, R. T. Sylvester, 580

ORES, TREATING: 26, 104, 180, 326, 472, 530, 631, 632

  • Extraction of Aluminium, C. Netto, 530
  • Furnace Slag and Cement, E. Larsen, 180
  • Indicating the Presence of Mineral Ores or
  • Metallic Substances, L. Mellett, 104
  • Obtaining Gold, J. B. Hannay, 26
  • Reducing Slag and Recovering Metal, K. W. E. Maruhn, 326
  • Treating and Separating Refuse Metals, J. E. T. Woods, 472
  • Treatment of Furnace Slag, G. J. Snelus, 632
  • Washing Ores, M. Kennedy and G. Green, 631.

PROJECTILES, &c.: 78, 227, 223, 377, 378, 422, 502, 629, 554, 580

  • R. Cail, 377
  • F. Engel, 422
  • G. A. Farini, 377
  • De L. Kennedy, 580
  • G. Kynoch and H. A. Schlund, 529
  • L. W. Lombard, 529
  • A. Nobel, 78
  • R. Paulson, 377
  • G. Quick, 529
  • 0. Rowe, 529
  • J. Schulhof, 529
  • Siddell, 227
  • R. Sjoberg, 554
  • E. Turpin, 78
  • Blasting, L. Plom and J. D'Andrimont, 228
  • Cartridges, P. Ambjorn, 680
  • Cartridges, G. A. Farini, 680
  • Explosive Compound, L. Cornet and L. Yonck, 502
  • Gunpowder, W. H. Noble, 78
  • Igniting Fuzes, C. Roth, 78
  • Igniting Fuzes without Exposing Sparks,
  • W. B. and G. J. Smith, 228
  • Manufacture of Kieselguhr; Dynamite, E.
  • Grune, 580
  • Projectiles and Wipers for Guns, H. P. Hurst, 529
  • Steel, J. Vavasseur, 227
  • Treatment of Explosive Compounds, H. S.
  • Maxim, 378
  • Utilising the Force of Explosion Gases, W.
  • Lorenz, 377

PULVERISING : 551

  • J. W. and R. Pope, 554

PUMPS : 103, 251, 252, 400, 656

  • W. Angus, 400
  • S. Seccombe, 103
  • T. H. Ward, 103
  • C. C. Worthington, 103
  • Automatically Adjusting the Pumping Load
  • of a Cornish Pumping Engine, Anne and J.
  • Husband and F. Morris, 656
  • Deep Well, V. Morris, 251.
  • Engines, II. Davey, 251
  • Rotary Pump Blower, J. Edey and G. Wright, 252

RAILWAY PERMANENT WAY: 129, 130, 277, 278, 421, 679

  • T. Keeling, 421
  • W. G. Olpherts, 130
  • J. Rothery and J. Warburton, 421
  • Buffers, R. H. Hughes and It. A. Lee, 130
  • Car-Axles, E. Peckham, 278
  • Chairs, J. Colby, 421
  • Chairs for Railway Points and Working Railway Points, J. Worthington, 130
  • Compound Locomotives, B. H. Lapage, 278
  • Construction of Cross•Sleepers, A. F. L. Bernard, 421
  • Fastening for, H. J. Marshall, 679
  • Fastening Railway Chairs, H. J. Harman, 129
  • Heating Railway Carriages by Steam, J.
  • Henney, Jun., 278
  • Heating Vehicles, H. Cornes, 278
  • Iron and Steel Sleepers, J. Cabry and W. H.
  • Kirsch, 579
  • Joints for Securing Rails, J. E. B. Armytage, 679
  • Keys for Securing Rails, G. F. Williamson, 129
  • Locking the Screw Nuts of the Fish Joints of
  • Rails, J. P. Ball, N. M. Bennett, and Mary
  • E. Bates, 130
  • Metallic Sleepers and their Chairs, W. Little, 1 29
  • Rails and Joints, F. Lightfoot, 421
  • Rails Obviating the Use of Fish-Plates, W. E.
  • Heath, 129
  • Railway Wedges, H. Forman, 130
  • Sleepers, F. Coblyn, 421
  • Sleepers, D. C. Heller, R. W. Flower, and S.
  • Lloyd- Wiegand, 130
  • Sleepers and Securing Rails, W. P. Hall, 421
  • Sleepers and Securing Rails, W. P. Hall and
  • C. C. Barnett, 277

RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK : 130, 252, 277, 278, 421, 422, 579

  • Anti-Friction Journal Boxes, W. S. Sharpnecks, 421
  • Automatically Extinguishing Lamps, A. Berry, 1 30
  • Axle-Boxes, D. Macnee, 422
  • Axles, W. J. Murray, 277
  • Car Brakes, E. D. Dougherty, 421
  • Centre Buffing and Coupling Apparatus, F. 11.
  • Cheesewright, 130
  • Couplings for, W. Holland, 579
  • Loading and Unloading Railway Wagons,
  • A. C. M. Auquin, 130
  • Lubricators and Dust Guards for Axle Necks,
  • J. Loesewitz and G. Maas, 422
  • Manufacture of Frame Plates, S. Fox, 104, 130
  • Preventing Wheels from Slipping, J. Gresham, 421
  • Wheels, T. Groom, 278
  • Wheels, C. J. 1Nicholson, 421
  • Wheels for Railway Cars, F. Asthower, 130
  • Wheels for Railway Vehicles, W. Sellers, 252

REGULATING, CONTROLLING, AND DISTRIBUTING : 1 56, 228, 530

  • R, Dick and R. Kennedy, 156
  • G. Westinghouse, Jun., 156
  • Automatically Controlling Electric Circuits, G.
  • Westinghouse, Jun., 156
  • Automatically Regulating Electric Generators,
  • R. P. Sellon, W. M. Mordey, and C. E. Webber, 156
  • Conversion of Electrical Currents, J. D. F. Andrews, 156
  • Converting Electric Currents into Currents of
  • Different Potential, G. Westinghouse, Jun., 1 56
  • Electrical Controlling Apparatus, A. Siemens
  • and E. F. H. H, Lauckert, 530
  • Fluid Pressure Controlling Apparatus, H. W. u,nd A. F. Cole, 228
  • Gas Pressure Regulators, W. Hargreave, 228
  • Regulating Electrical Currents, Dr. S. Doubrava, 156
  • Safety Valves, A. Schmid, 228
  • Water Meters, C. Berhaut, 228

ROLLING, FORGING, &c.: 104, 400, 553, 554

  • C. F. Tebbets, 104
  • Agricultural Forks, C. Uldall, 104
  • Forging Articles of Circular Transverse Section,
  • C. Fairbairn and M. Wells, 553
  • Making Steel Pips, J. Riley, 554
  • Manufacture of Tubes, C. While, 654
  • Reducing Tubular Bodies to a Smaller Diameter, W. Lorenz,104
  • Rolling very Thin Gauges of Iron and Steel
  • Sheets, J. and W. R. Lysaght and J. Lakin, 400
  • Shaping Metal Articles, T. Allen, 553
  • Shaping Metals, W. Craven, 653
  • Toothed Rolled Wire, J. Schmidt, 104

SEPARATING APPARATUS : 78, 326, 378, 399, 400, 530, 554

  • W. Towl, Jun., 78
  • Centrifugal Machine Filters, W. Jager, 630
  • Cleaning, &c., Minerals, &c., A. B. Southall and J. H. Clegg, 399
  • Driving Churns, C. G. P. De Laval, 78
  • Filter Presses, E. A. Cowper, 554
  • Filtering, G. F. Marshall, 326
  • Filtering, J. E. Warren, 378
  • Filters, R. Clayton, 78
  • Filters, J. E. Ilodgicin and E. Perrett, 78
  • Purifying Water, G. Bischof, 530
  • Purifying Water, G. E. Davis, 530
  • Separating Metals, C. W. Crossley, 78
  • Separating Oils from Substances of Different
  • Specific Densities, A. F. Craig, A. Neilson,
  • and J. Snodgrass, 400

SHIPS, &c.: 129, 277, 378, 421, 530, 579, 580

  • W. Holderness, 277
  • Air Ships, A. de Bausset, 680
  • Applying Armour Plates, T. Osborne, C. Ll.
  • Woodhouse, and J. T. Shipmen,129
  • Ascertaining the Immersion and Draught of
  • Vessels, J. G. Dobbie, 129
  • Auxiliary Steering Apparatus, R. M. Fryer, 1 29
  • Condensing and Storing Inflammable Vapours
  • for Propelling Boats, The Gas Engine and
  • Power Company, 129
  • Construction of, J. Y. Short, 129
  • Couplings for Shafts, La Societe des Urines
  • Franco- Runes, 421
  • Danger Indicators, G. Allman, 579
  • Davit Stand, Boat Stand, and Davit Combined,
  • G. Cowley and M. Hunter, 277
  • Electric Marine Governors, R. B. Maddison, 277
  • Fresh Water for Ships' Use, L. C. Auldjo, 378
  • Frictional Brakes, D. D. and W. D. Napier and A. Kelly, 579
  • Holding the Rudders, D. W. Porteous, 421
  • Indicating when a Vessel is Approaching Shallow Water, and Estimating the Depth,
  • H. Chamberlin, 129
  • Life Saving Rafts, E. S. Copeman, 277
  • Loading and Unloading, W. Thomas, 421
  • Manufacture of Screw Propellers, R. P. Doxford, 129
  • Propelling and Regulating the Depth of Submarine, Surface, or Aerial Vessels, G. C. Baker, 129
  • Propulsion of, E. Griffon, 129
  • Propulsion of, W. Macgowan, 129
  • Propulsion and Steering of, J. Merlette, 277
  • Relieving the Strain upon Ropes and Chains,
  • T. Archer, Jun., and C. W. Wilson, 277
  • Screw Propller Blades, J. E. Reaney, 277
  • Steam Ferry Raft, J. Caudwell, 129
  • Steering, G. H. Harrison, 277
  • Steering, W. L. Mitchell, Jun , 129
  • Submarine, A. and L. Q. Brin and L. Chapman, 277
  • Submarine, G. Poore and W. C. Storey, 579
  • Submarine Vessels, W. C. Storey and G. Poore, 530
  • Supporting and Feeding Torpedoes, W. C.
  • Storey and G. Poore, 421
  • Twin-Screw, T. R. Oswald, 277

SIGNALLING : 130, 156, 278

  • S. T. Dutton, 278
  • W. Freebury, 130
  • Automatic Electric, W. Walker, 156
  • Cleaning Tramway Lines, S. Strange, J.
  • Norton, and T. Henry, 130
  • Electrical, W. Armstrong, 156
  • Electrical, W. Walker, 130
  • Fog Signalling, G. F. Attree, 278
  • Guard Alarms Worked by Compressed Air, A.
  • Mathey, 278

SNOW REMOVING 130

  • F. Botting, 130
  • E. Burton, 130
  • J. W. Martin, 130
  • Snow Plough and Gravel Distributor, A.
  • Lockett, 130

SUGAR, TREATMENT OF : 180, 352, 472, 530

  • N. Tscherikowski, 180
  • Extracting Foreign Substances by Lead, Pfeifer
  • and Langen, 180
  • Loaf Sugar, C. H. J. Franzen, 352
  • Sugar-Cane Mills, J. Thomson and J. Black, 530
  • Systematically Lixiviating Raw Sugar by Saccharine Solution, C. Ste/Ten, 180
  • Treating Sugar, C. H. J. Franzen, 352
  • Treatment of Saccharine and Saccbariferous
  • Matters, A. and L. Q. Brin, 472

SWITCHES : 156, 299, 530, 606

  • T. II. Davis and C. Peeling, 299
  • A. B. Gill, 156
  • C. A. Hitchcock, 156
  • Automatic Switch for Electrical Circuits, T.
  • Parker, 606
  • Boards for Mounting, A. R. Bennett, 156
  • Electric, A. F. Dewar and F. Wilson, 530

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY : 155, 299, 446, 605

  • H. Binko, 155
  • C. G. Burke, 446
  • P. B. Delany, 446
  • L. M. Ericsson, 299
  • E. E. Graves, 155
  • A. M. Rosebrugh, 299
  • Moue Keys with Multiple Contacts, E. Cassalette and D. Kunhardt, 605
  • Multiplex, A. R. Bennett, 299
  • Multiplex, A. R. Bennett, 605
  • Placing Railway Trains in Communication with
  • an Electric Conductor Separate therefrom,
  • E. Graefe, 299
  • Simultaneous, C. Selden, 605

TOOLS, MACHINE ; 103, 251, 399, 553

  • Cleaning Files after Tempering, R. Denison, 251
  • Cutting Hot Blooms, J. H. Wicksteed, 553
  • Cutting into Strips and Reeling Paper, E.
  • Brissant, 251
  • Cutting Teeth, II. Theaker, 399
  • Drilling, &c., R. Hodson, 103
  • Forming Sheet Metal Lathing, J. Weichhart, 251
  • Grinding, Inlaying, and Truing Round Holes, and Truing Circular and Plane Surfaces, R. Peacock, 399
  • Grinding and Polishing Metals, &c., J. Hampton and S. Partridge, 251
  • Hydraulic Machines for Rivetting, H. Smith, 399
  • Hydraulic Pres3es, L. R. Bodmer, 553
  • Hydraulic Presses, W. Oram, 103
  • Manufacture of Arms and Projectiles, W.
  • Tranter, 103
  • Manufacture of Split Cottars, A. T. Harvey, 251
  • Power Presses, N. C. Stiles, 399
  • Punching, &c., A. Beaudry, 399
  • Punching by Explosive Gaseous Mixtures, C.
  • W . Pinkney, 553
  • Punching and Rivetting, R. H. Tweddell, J.
  • Platt, and J. Fielding, 553
  • Rivetting together Metal Plates, H. T. Shaw
  • and C. Chittick, 251
  • Rock Drills, A. W. and Z. W. Daw, 103
  • Rolling Mill, S. Duff, 399
  • Rolling Seamless Tubes from Hollow Ingots,
  • C. Kellog, 251
  • Saw Benches, H. H. L. Lewis, 251
  • Valve Gear of Steam Hammers, A. Davy and
  • W. J. Benton, 251
  • Wood-Planing, T. N. Robinson, 653
  • Wood-Working Machinery, A. and R. Kerr, 399
  • Toms, SMALL : 103, 251, 399
  • Adjustable Spanners, W. Wall, 251
  • Cutting Solid Bars, L. Liebrecht, 399
  • Grindstones, J. G. Gibbon and T. Moore, 103
  • Rack and Worm Mechanism, W. Smith, D.
  • Illarlcs, and R. Watson, 103
  • Saws, E. M. Boynton, 251
  • Screws and Screw Drivers, L. E. Sunter, 399
  • Shears and Gripping Instruments, T. W.
  • Rammell, 399
  • Spanners, H. Harford and C. F. Sutcliffe, 103
  • Spanners, &c., E. Wiliam 399

TORPEDOES : 680

  • Controlling, A. II. Simpson, 680

TRAMWAYS : 130, 352, 579

  • Cleaning Rails Automatically, J. Baptiste, 579
  • Tramcar Guard to Prevent Accidents, T. B.
  • Waterfield, 352
  • Wheels, S. and F. E. Andrews, 130

TRANSFORMERS : 605

  • G. Kapp, W. H. Snell, and J. M. V. Kent, 605
  • Alternating Current Transformers, R. Dick
  • and R. Kennedy, 606

TRAPS, STEAM : 351, 502

  • E. H. Macke, 502
  • C. Richard, 351
  • Low-Pressure Indicators, J. B. Stubbs and J.
  • E. Thornton, 351

TUBES, MANUFACTURE OF : 26, 252, 400

  • T. B. Sharp, 400
  • Bending Tubes, J. H. Kelly and C. H. Broad, 400
  • Manufacture of Curved Pipes, Oldenhoff and Uhlig, 26
  • Metallic Coated Tubes, F. Madeley, 252
  • Preparing Malleable Iron, D. McCorkindale, 400
  • Swaging and Welding the Ends of Tubes, J. P. and E. S. T. Kennedy, 400

VALVES : 52, 78, 352, 422, 656 (See also Engines, Steam)

  • S. Bennett and R. G. Brooke, 78
  • Fluid Pressure Reducing Valves, J. Auld, 52
  • Made of Mica, R. W. Traylor, 78
  • Manufacture of Cocks and Taps, W. Lea, 422
  • Reducing Valves, II. McLaren, 656
  • Slide Valves, J. W. Restler and A. Turner, 362

NAMES OF PATENTEES.

  • Acheson, E. G., Generating Electricity from Heat, 606
  • Adamson, D., Flues and Shells of Boilers, 252
  • Adlam, W., and Faulkner, F., Treating Brewers' Wort, 378
  • Allan, W., Compound Engines, 208
  • Allan, W., Valves for Engines, 203
  • Allard, J., Automatically Conveying Dredged Silt by Compressed Air, 104
  • Allen, T., Forging and Rolling, 653
  • Allin, S. S., Construction of Fans, 530
  • Allison, H. J., Machine Belts, 228
  • Allman, G., Danger Indicators, 579
  • Ambjorn, P., Manufacture of Cartridges, 580
  • Andrews, J. D. F., Conversion of Electric Currents, 156
  • Andrews, S. and F. E., Wheels, 130
  • Angus, W., Pumps, 400
  • Archer, M., Winches, 251
  • Archer, T., Jun., and Wilson, C. W., Relieving the Strain upon Ropes and Chains, 277
  • Armstrong, W., Effecting Electric Signals, 156
  • Arinytage, J. E. B., Securing Rails, 579
  • Arnodin, F. J., and De PaZado, M. A., Transporting Loads, 422
  • Ashworth, G. and E., Hardening and Tempering Steel Wire and Tape, 104
  • Asthower, F., Railway Wheels, 130
  • Atha, B., Casting Metal Ingots, 654
  • Atkins, G. J., Separation of Metals from their Ores, 325
  • Attree, G. F., Fog Signalling Apparatus for Railways, 278
  • Auld, J., Fluid Pressure Reducing Regulating Valves, 52
  • Auldjo, L. C., Obtaining Fresh Water for Ships' Use, 378
  • Auquin, A. C. M., Loading and Unloading Railway Wagons, 130
  • Aveling, T. L., Combined Traction Engines and Dynamo-Electric Machines, 52
  • Aykroyd, A. and W. E., and Smith, J., Aniline Black for Dyeing, &?,., 180
  • Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Preparation of Red Colouring Matters, 26
  • Bailey, M., and Warner, J., Protecting Incandescent Lamps, 156
  • Baker, F. R., Oil Lamps, 227
  • Baker, G. C., Propelling and Regulating the Depth of Submarine, Surface, or Aerial Vessels, 129
  • Baker, T. W., Tubulous and Water Tube Steam Generators, 51
  • Ball, J. P., Bennett, N. M., and Bates, Mary E., Locking the Screw Nuts of the Fish Joints of Railway Rails, 130
  • Bancroft, J., and Wild, W., Furnaces, 204 Bang, I. A. F., and Ruffin, 3f. C. A., Purifying Crude Spirit and Regenerating the Purifying Agent, 326
  • Baptiste, J., Cleaning Tram Rails Automatically, 579
  • Barber, J., and Fortune, J., Preventing Incrustation, 203
  • Barlow, L., Toothed Wheels, 377
  • Barthel, A. E., Manufacturing Various Articles from Slotted Sheet Metal, 530
  • Barthel, A. E., and Moller, J. C. J., Coating Metal with Tin, 472
  • Barton, C. C., Maintaining a Proportional Flow of Fluids through Pipes, 378
  • Bathrick, L. E., Discharging Electricity from Paper, &c., 632
  • Baum, H., Manufacture of Pyro-Sulphates, 630
  • Bausset, A. de, Air Ships, 580
  • Baxter Electric Manufacturing and Motor Company, The, Electric Motors, 156
  • Bayliss, W., and Howarth, R., Construction and Manufacture of Screw Nuts, 630
  • Beaudry, A., Punching, 399
  • Bedart, G. A., Paper-Making Machines, 78
  • Bejot, A. J., Printing in Colours, 422
  • Bennett, A. it., Mounting Electrical Apparatus, 156
  • Bennett, A. R., Multiplex Telephony, 299 Bennett, A. R., Multiplex Telephony, 605 Bennett, S., and Brooke, R. G., Valves, 78 Bennis, A. W., Supplying Fuel to Furna,..,es, 351
  • Ben-nude, S., Manufacture of Alcohol from Manioc, 104
  • Benton, G. L., Refining Crude Refuse Petroleum, &c., 180
  • Berhaut, C., Water Meters, 228
  • Bernard, A. F. L., Construction of Cross Sleepers for Railways, &c., 421
  • Bernard, M. and E., Extraction of Aluminium from its Fluorides by Electrolysis, 472
  • Berry, A., Automatically Extinguishing Lamps, 130
  • Bevis, R. R., Jun., and Churchill, J. D., Compound Steam Engines, 351
  • Biggs, B. H. W., Extracting Tin from Iron, 180
  • Biggs, R. H. W., Manufacture of Dyes, Artificial Ivory &c., 326
  • Binko, ii., Short Circuit Telephones, 155
  • Birch, A., Rollers for Treating Fabrics, 632
  • Bischof, G., Purifying Water, 530
  • Bland, T., Sights for Firearms, 227
  • Blogg, S. D., Locking Nuts, 502
  • Bodmer, L. R., Hydraulic Presses, 553
  • Bondonneau, V. C. A. M., and Foret, A. J. M. G., Acid Saccharification of Starchy Materials, 326 Botting, F., Removing Snow, 130
  • Boulton, J. B. D., Casting Metal Ingots, 352
  • Boulton, W., Pulverising Machinery, 252 Boursier, E., Dyeing Fabrics, 180
  • Bower, T. and R. W., Blackburn, J., and Mori, F., Transmitting Motion to Coal-Cutting Machines, 252
  • Boynton, E. M., Saws, 251
  • Braman, C., Portable Combined Smelting and Converting Furnace, 631
  • Bramley, W., and Cochrane, W. P., Manufacture of Hydrated Carbonate of Magnesia, &c., 26 Brandt, W., Fireproof Composition, 554
  • Breul, R. A., Wire Chains, 104
  • Brin, A. and L. Q., Bleaching Fibrous Substances Used for Making Paper, 180
  • Brin, A. and L. Q., Combination of Pulverulent Fuel for Generating Steam, 52
  • Brin, A. and L. Q., Production of Chlorine, 472
  • Brin, A. and L. Q., Treatment of Saccharine, &c., for Decolouring them, 472
  • Brin, A. and L. Q., and Chapman, L., Submarine Boats, 277
  • Brissant, E., Cutting into Strips and Reeling Paper, 251
  • Brogan, A. D., and Malloch, A. M., Producing Patterns upon Glass, 400, 502
  • Brown, A. B., Hydraulic Cranes for Ships, 554 Brown, A. H. W., Economising Fuel and Consuming Smoke in Furnaces, 204
  • Burghardt, C. A., and Twining, W. J., Production of Aluminium and Alloys of Aluminium and Copper, 179
  • Burke, C. G., Telegraphic Instruments, 416
  • Burnetti, C. J., Ornamenting Articles of Glass, &c., 530
  • Burns, W., Manufacture of Bicarbonate and Carbonate of Soda by the Ammonia Process, 180
  • Burton, E., Clearing Snow, 130
  • Butler, J., Compressing Metal Scraps for the Manufacture of Bars, 400
  • Butterworth, W., Transparent Drip Cups, 632
  • Cabry, J., and Kinch, W. Ii., Sleepers, 579
  • Cail, B., Projectiles, 377
  • Callender, T. 0., Laying and Insulating Underground Wires, 606
  • Campbell, A., Compounding Phosphatic Compounds for Artificial Manures, 472
  • Ca88alette, E., and Kunhardt, D., Morse Keys with Multiple Contacts, 605
  • Casson, R. S., Manufacture of Steel or Ingot Iron and Phosphate of Lime, 471
  • Caudwell, J., Steam Fcrry Raft, 129
  • Chadburn, W., Electrical Communicating Apparatus, 300
  • Chadwick, R. and J. W. C., Colouring Matter, 472
  • Chamberlin, H., Indicating when a Vessel is Nearing Shallow Water, 129
  • Charters, A. H., Valve Gear for Steam Engines, 203
  • Cheemoright, F. R., Centre Buffing and Coupling Apparatus 130
  • Ctausolles, B., Boring and Tapping of Mains while Under Pressure, 252
  • Clayton, R., Filters, 78
  • Cleathers, E. T., Lifts, 101
  • Cleaver, E., Manufacture of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 325
  • Clerc, J. L., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 445
  • Clerc, J. L., Electric Motors, 299
  • Clerc, J. L., Electric Transformators, 300
  • Clinch, C., Brewing, 378
  • Coblyn, F., Sleepers, 421
  • Coerper, C., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 155
  • Cogswell, TV. B., Bi-Carbonate Columns, 326
  • Colby, J., Railway Chairs, 421
  • Cole, H. W. and A. F., Fluid Pressure Controlling Apparatus, 228
  • Cole, H. W. and A. F., Gas Governors, 632
  • Collier, E. W., Producing Steam Economically, 51
  • Collin, C., and Benoist, L., Preserving and Preventing the Putrefaction of Animal and Vegetable Substances, 580
  • Combret, R., Manufacture of Blocks of Artificial
  • Fuel, 26
  • Compa,gnie Contin,entale Edison, La, Disc Dynamo Machines, 155
  • Cook, W. L., Refrigerator Cars, 78
  • Cooper, E. 0. and W. T., Preventing Calcareous Incrustations in Boilers, 51
  • Copeland, C. J., and Prest, S. F., Boilers, 62
  • Copeman, E. S., Life-Saving Rafts, 277
  • Copestake, W. G., and Jones, C., Reconverting Old Steel, &c., 471
  • Corden, H., Boilers, 351
  • Comes, H., Heating Vehicles, 278 602 Cornet, L., and Yonck, L., Explosive Compound,
  • Cote, P., Motors, 104
  • Cowley, G., and Hunter, if., Ships' DAvit Stand, Boat Stand, and Davit Combined, 277
  • Cowper, E. A., Filter Presses, 554
  • Coxe, E. B., and Salmon, S., Mechanical Movements, 228
  • Craig, A. F., Neilson, A., and Snodgras3, J., Separating Minerals, &c., 400
  • Craig, D., Utilising Sewage Sludge, 326
  • Crastin, C., and Beale, W., Lamps, 77
  • Craven, W., Cutting and Shaping Metals, 553
  • Craven, W., Retiring Bearings, 900
  • Crompton, R. E. B., and Solt, J. H. F., Effecting the Distribution of Currents of Electricity, 300
  • Crompton, R. E. B., and Swinburne, J., Dynamo-Electric Machinery, 445
  • Crossley, C. W., Separating Metals, 78
  • Currier, H. L., Removing Scale from Boilers, &c., 204
  • Dalzell, J. H., Manufacture of Electric Cables, 352
  • Dashiell, W. W., Steam Boiler Furnaces, 602
  • D'Auria, L., and Robert, H. M., Construction and Operation of Steam Pumping Engines, 203
  • Dattegin, A., Retaining a Constant Level of Water in Boilers, &c., 351
  • Davenport, J., Fire-Resisting Compounds, 378
  • Davenport, J., Manufacture of Manuring Compounds, 554
  • Davey, H., Construction of Low-Pressure Steam Boilers, 501
  • Davey, 11., Pumping Engines, 251
  • Davies, L. R., and Shearer, M., Coupling up Batteries, l66
  • Davis, G. E., Softening and Purifying Water, 530
  • Davis, G. E., and Aitken, J. B., Treating Foul
  • Liquids to Obtain Valuable Substances, 472
  • Davis, J. T., Packing for Stuffing Boxes, 204
  • Davis, T. H., and Peeling, C., Switches for Telegraphic Transmitting Keys, 299
  • Davy, A., and Benton, W. J., Valve Gear of Steam Hammers, 251
  • Daw, A. W. and Z. W., Rock Drills, 103 Dawson, A. G., and Adams, F. E., Machines for Ruling Lines, 632
  • De Haen, C. J. E., Manufacture of Compounds of Fluoride of Antimony with the Chlorides of Sodium, &c., 180
  • De Laval, C. G. P., Driving Churns, 78
  • De Nueda, J., Preservation of Corpses, 228
  • Delany, 1'. B., Telegraphic Transmission, 416
  • Delsol, E. J. L., Obtaining Mother Liquids Free from Magnesian Salts in the Manufacture of Carbon and of Potash, 180
  • Denison, G. H., and Ward, W., Wheels, Pulleys, and Bearings, and Casting the same, 378
  • Denison, R., Cleaning Files after Tempering, 251
  • Depont, S. G. A., Manufa:ture of Artificial Ivory, 326
  • Derval, E., Regenerative Gas Lamps and Burners, 77
  • Dcsjardins, E., Cleansing Fabrics, 632
  • Despeissis, M. A., Creating an Even and Regular Draught through Flues of Steam Boilers, '204
  • Deutsche Sprengstoff Actiengesellschaft, Gelatinising Nitro-Glycerine, 502
  • Dewar, A. F., and Wilson, F., Electric Switches, 530
  • Dick, R., and Kennedy, R., Alternating Current Transformers, 606
  • Dick, It., and Kennedy, R., Transformation and Distribution of Electric Energy, 156, 201
  • Dickson, J., Preparing Steel for Roller Bars and
  • Bedplate Btrs Used in Making Paper, 252
  • Dickson, S. R., Manufacture of Gas for Heating and Illuminating, 180
  • Dietrich, G., Promoting Consumption of Smoke by Air and Gas Jets. 52
  • Diplock, B. J., and Hamilton, L. B. 1., Hoisting Hooks, 251
  • Dobbie, J. G., Verifying the Displacement and Draught of Vessels, 129
  • Dohis, P. A., Driving Gcar for Table MIchines, 530
  • Donald, 11%, Treatment of Hydrochloric Acid Gas for the Production of Cnlorine GIs, 26
  • Donn, E., Controlling Torpedoes, 227
  • Donnelly, J., Spindles having Sliding Motion, 77
  • Dooley, T. B., Manufacture of Rope, 472
  • Dore, S. L., and Leech, T. B., Manufacture of Metallic Columns, &c., 228
  • Dorman, C. M., and Smith, IL A., Holders for Incandescent Lamps, 299
  • Doubrava, Dr. S., Regulating Electric Currents, 156
  • Dougherty, E. D., Car Brakes, 421
  • Downton, J., Supplying Boilers with Fresh Water from Salt Water, 51
  • Doxford, R. P., Manufacture of Screw Propellers, 129
  • Drake, J. A., Furnaces, 351
  • Drory, H. J., Spraying and Burning Liquid Fuel, 502
  • Duff, S., Rolling Mills, 399
  • Dugar, D. II., Connecting Rods, 352
  • Dugdale, J., and Davies, J. F., Differential and Slow Motion Gearing, 228
  • Dujardin, P. J. R., Electric Accumulators, 156 Dumas, E., Automatic Boiler Feed Regulators, 656
  • Dun, A., and Hasslacher, F., Galvanic Batteries, 630
  • Dun, A., and Hasslacher, F., Secondary Batteries, 605
  • Dupre, Dr. A., and Hake, C. N., Disinfectants, Deodorants, and Antiseptics, 180
  • Dutton, S. T., Train Signalling, 278
  • Eberhardt, E., Automatic Drilling M whine, 252
  • Eddington, S., and Stevenson, J. E., Traction Engines, 278
  • Eddtngton, S., and Stevenson, J. E., Using a Traction Engine as a Road Roller, 422
  • Edey, J., and Wright, G., Rotary Pump Blower, 252
  • Eggers, G., Steam Boilers, 203
  • Ehrenzverth, J. von, Regenerative Gas Furnaces with Periodical Action, 325
  • Ellery, C. S., and Chaffin, J., Preventing the Choking of Pipes between the Retort and Hydraulic Main in Gas Works, 26
  • Ellison, H., and Davis, G. E., Distillation of Coal Tar, & 26
  • Elmore, F. E., Obtaining Metals by Electrolysis, 156
  • Elmore, R. P., and Tillotson, G. G., Rock Drilling Machines, 252
  • Emerson, J. E., and Midgley, T., Barbed and Corrugated Wire Nails and Die for same, 252
Engel, F., Explosives, 422
  • Engle, A., Burning Wet and Offensive Substances, 654
  • English, W. P., Overhead Railways, 278
  • Enright, J., Regulating the Supply of Gas, 378
  • Ericsson, J., Compound Steam Engines, 501
  • Ericsson, L. M., Telephone Apparatus, 299
  • Estcourt, C., and Schwab, M., Purification of Coal Gas and Recovery of Sulphur, 25
  • Evans, W., Fitting Gauge Glasses, 52
  • Ewens, P., Treating Air Preparatory to its Use in " Cool Air Drying Process," 471
  • Fairbairn, C., and Wells, M,, Forging Articles of Circular Transverse Section, 553
  • Farbwerke worm Meister Lucius and Bruning, Manufacture of a Methylene Blue, 326
  • Farini, G. A., Cartridges, 377, 580
  • Faull, E. M. B., and Cannon, F. W., Preventing Corrosion in Steam Boilers, 51
  • Ferranti, S. Z. de, Electric Furnaces, 606 Ferranti, S. Z. de, Electrical Meters, 606
  • Fisher, H. R., Self-Regulating Electric Portable Battery and Lamp, 156
  • Fitz-Gerald, D. G., Production of Coherent Masses of Peroxide of Lead, 278
  • Fogarty, T. B., Manufacturing Ammonia, 179 Foord, J., and Paddon, W. W., Preventing the Explosion of Boilers, 580
  • Forel, S., Manufacture of Yellow Colouring Matter, 632
  • Forman, H., Railway Wedges, 130
  • Foster, H. L. M. Fire-Resisting Compound, 204
  • Fowler, R. H., Shaw, R. H., and Bcastead, T., Driving Gear of Self-Moving Engines, 278
  • Fox, S., Manufacture of Frame Plates for Rolling Stock, 104, 130
  • France, J., Preventing Milk from Turning Sour, 422
  • Frank, A., Treatment of the Spent Lyes and Recovery of Sulphurous Acid, 26
  • Franzen, C. II. J. Manufacturing Lump Sugar, 362
  • Franzen, C. II. J., Treating Sugar in Loaf Forms by Means of the Centrifugal Machine, 362
  • Fraser, W. M., and Snodgrass, J., Primary Distilling Apparatus, 631
  • Freebury, W., Railway Signals, 130
  • Fryer, R. M., Auxiliary Steering Apparatus, 129
  • Fuge, R. P., Indicating tho Speed and Direction of Rotation of Shafts, 632
  • Gandy, M., Driving Belts, 422
  • Gardner, H., Separation of Carbonic Oxide from Nitrogen, &c., Resulting from Incomplete Combustion, 472
  • Garner, W., Vertical Steam Generators, 203
  • Garnett, W. T., Hangers for Guide Pulleys, 77
  • Gas Engine and Power Company, The, Storing Inflammable Vapours in Boats for Propulsion, 1 29
  • Gas Engine and Power Company, The, Vapour Engines, 204
  • Gas Motoren Pabrik, Gas Motor Engines, 352
  • Gas-Motoren-Fabrik, Igniting Apparatus for Gas Motor Engines, 204
  • Gatty, F. A., Dyeing, 472
  • Gaunt, E., and Firth, W., Actuating the Doffing Comb of Machines, 378
  • Gentry, 0. II., Steam Boilers, 501
  • Gerard, M. P. E., A Composition Used as Varnish, &c., 422
  • Gibbon, J. G., and Moore, T., Grindstones, 103
  • Gilchrist, P. C., Manufacture of Steel and Ingot Iron by the Basic Process, 179
  • Gill, A. B., Electrical Switches, 156
  • Gill, J., Excavating Buckets, 101
  • Gilmore, J. and J. F., and Clark, W. .R., Steam
  • Generating Apparatus, 203
  • Girard, M. P. E., Manufacturing Textile Threads from Pasty Matters, 422
  • Gittus, H., Belt Fastener, 530
  • Godeffroy, G., Preparation of Fuel, 26
  • Goodwin, C. R., Electric Batteries, 352
  • Goodwin, G. A., and How, W. F., Lock Nuts, 502
  • Gossage, F. II., and Mathieson, T. T., Treatment of Sulphate of Sodium for the Manufacture of Sulphide of Sodium, 180
  • Goubert, A. A., Feed Water Heaters and Purifiers, 201
  • Grainier, J. C., and Ruperti, C., Cylinder and Piston Motor Engines, 655
  • Gradenwitz, R., and Tacnzer, E. A., Pressure Gauges, 632
  • Gracie, E., ['lacing Railway Trains in Communication with an Electric Conductor, 299
  • Graves, E. E., Electrical Transmission of Sound, 1 55
  • Grawitz, W. J. S., Treatment of Textile Materials Dyed with Aniline Black, 580
  • Green, E., Firebars, 204
  • Green, W. R., Hydraulic Lifts, 400
  • Green, W. R., and Carey, R., Hydraulic Lifts 400
  • Gresham, J., Preventing the Slipping of Driving Wheels, 421
  • Griffin, S., Gas Motor Engines, 655
  • Griffin, S., Piston Rods, Stuffing Boxes and Packing, 352
  • Griffon, E., Propulsion of Vessels, 129
  • Grison, T., Crumpling Paper, Washing Fabrics, &c., 104
  • Groom, T., Wheels, 278
  • Grote, H., Removing Fusel Oil from Crude Spirits, 580
  • Grune, E., Manufacture of Kieselguhr-Dynamite, 580
  • Grunhut, J., Dyeing, 632
  • Grunhut, J., Dyeing Fibrous Substances, 632
  • Gulcher, R. J., and Pintsch, J., Thermo-Electric Elements and Piles, 446
  • Gunn, H. H., Manufacture of Sulphide of Zinc White, 326
  • Hadfield, R. A., hardening Steel, 471
  • Haenisch, E., and Schroeder, Dr. M., Production of Sulphuric Anhydride, 26
  • Hale, W. E., Gas and Pumping Engines, 352
  • Hall, J. and Ann, Coiling and Edge Burnishing Leather Belts, 378
  • Hall, T. G., Refining Hydro-Carbon Oils, 554
  • Hall, W. P., Railway Sleepers and Securing Rails, 421
  • Hall, W.P., and Barnett, C. C., Securing Rails, 277
  • Halpin, D., and Timmis, T. A., Commutator Brushes for Electrical Apparatus, 605
  • Hammond, J., Purification of Coal Gas, and Recovery of Sulphur and Ammonia, 25
  • Hampton, J., and Partridge, S., Grinding and Polishing Metals, 251
  • Hannay, J. B., Automatic Fire-Extinguishing Apparatus, 378
  • Hannay, J. B., Obtaining Gold, 26
  • Hansel, B., Throstle Rings for Spinning and Twisting Machines, 252
  • Hanson, L., Field Magnets, 155
  • Harford, H., and Sutcliffe, C. F., Spanners, 103
  • Hargreave, W., Gas Pressure Regulators, 228
  • Harman, F. B. M., Compound Steam Engines, 351.
  • Harman, H. J., Fastening Railway Rails, 120
  • Harrington, J., Operating Chiming Apparatus by Electricity, 632
  • Harrison, G. H., Steering Vessels, 277
  • Hartig, IL, Electro-Magnetic Motors, 299
  • Hartley, J. W., Valves and Valve Gearing of Engines, 203
  • Hartung, M. J., and Gallagher, W., Manufacture of Lubricants, 554
  • Harvey, A. T., Manufacture of Split Cottars, 251
  • Harvey, II. A., Treatment of Low Steel, 554
  • Hmtie, J., Frictional Brakes, 103
  • Hauff, J., Producing Basic Sulphocyanides of Aluminium, &c., for Dyeing, 472
  • Havenhand, J., Ingot Moulds, 25
  • Ilawdon, W., Removing Molten Slag, &c., from Furnaces, 471
  • Healey, B. D., and Thwaite, B. H., Treating Towns' Refuse, 471
  • Heath, W. E., Permanent Ways, 129
  • Hebblethwaite, G. II., Manufacture of " Ropes" for Transmitting Power, 377
  • Heller, D. C., Flower, R. W., and Lloyd-Wiegand, S., Sleepers, 130
  • Henderson, N. M., Purifying Paraffin Wax, 320
  • Henderson, R. J., India-Rubber Composition, 180
  • Henderson, R. J., Manufacturing Metals from Iron Ores, 471
  • Henitz, A., Inclndescent Lamps, 446
  • Henley, W., Petroleum Lamps, 422
  • Henney J., Jun., Heating Railway Carriages by Steam, 278
  • Hierbertz, P. A., Cupola Furnaces, 25
  • Hermits, E., Bleaching and Disinfecting Liquor, 472
  • Hermite, E., Paterson, J., and Cooper, C. F., Electrolysing Bleaching Solution, 446
  • Heywood, J. J., Driving Bands, 77
  • Hibbert, H., and Horsfield, W., Props for Mines, 378
  • Hitchcock, C. A., Telephone Switches, 156
  • Hodqlcin, J. E., and Perrett, H, Filters, 78
  • Hodson, R., Drilling Machines, 103
  • Holcroft, C., Preventing Overwinding on Lifts, 1 04
  • Holden, H., and Brook, R. G., Injectors, 351
  • Holderness, W., Ships, 277
  • Holland, W., Couplings for Railway Rolling Stock, 679
  • Hollick, T. D., and Rickard, W. E., Transmission of Power, 77
  • Holmes, J. H., Supports for Incandescent Lamps, 1 55
  • Hood. J. J., and Salamon, A. G., Manufacture of Sulphate of Alumina, 326
  • Hoperaft, L., Self-Acting Firegrates, 52
  • Horne, W. L., Vacuum Apparatus, 326
  • Hornsby, W., and Cribb, F. J., Steam Engines, 51
  • Howard, J., and Bousdeld, E. T., Manufacture of Gas, 472
  • Howie, J., and Groves, T., Open Kilns, 25
  • Howieson, C., Horseshoes, 378
  • Hughes, R. H., and Lee, R. A., Buffers, 330
  • Humphreys, A. C., Manufacture of Gas, 631
  • Hurst, IL P., Cartridges, Projectiles, and Wipers, 529
  • Husband, Anne and J., and Morris, F., Automatically Adjusting the Pumping Load of a Cornish Pumping Engine, 656
  • Hutchinson, R. R., and the London Economic Motor and Gas Engine Company, Gas Engines, 52
  • Huxtable, J., Ploughs, 422
  • Illingtvorth, J., Manufacture of Metal Ingots, 25
  • Jackson, J. C., Relieving tie Friction of Slide Valves, 351
  • Jackson, N. M., Boilers, 61
  • Jackson, R. C., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 632
  • Jagenburg, 0., Locking Nuts, 228
  • Jager, fr., Centrifugal Machine Filters, 530
  • Jarvis, S. E., Sliding-Cover Engines, 601
  • Jeanningros, E., Combined Axle and Box, 278
  • Jenisch, W., and Lohnert, H., Crushing Machines, 104
  • Jeyes, O., Hard Drying Anti-Corrosive Compound, 378
  • Johnson, C., Furnaces, 351
  • Johnson, J., and Greenland, C. D., Decorticating Apparatus, 252
  • Jones, E., Friction Gear for Driving Machinery, 77
  • Joy, D., Preventing Condensation in Steam Engine Cylinders, 51
  • Jukes, W., Manufacture of Steel, 631
  • Kammann, F., and Jurschina, F., Manufacture of Printing Type, &c., 378
  • Kapp, G., Dynamo-Electric Machinery, 445
  • Kapp, G., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 155
  • Kapp, G., Snell, W. IL, and Kent, J. M. V., Contruction of Transformers, 605
  • Kayser, A., Williams, H., and Young, A B., Producing Muriatic Acid, 180
  • Kayser, A., Williams, H., and Young, A. B., Producing Silicate of Sodium, 180
  • Kayser, A., Williams, H., and Young, A. B., Production of Caustic Alkali, &c.,
  • Keeling, T., Permanent and Temporary Ways of Railways, 421
  • Kellog, C., Machines for Rolling Seamless Tubes, &c., from Hollow Ingots, 251
  • Kelly, J. H., and Broad, C. II., Bending Tubes, 400
  • Kennedy, De L., Projectiles, 580
  • Kennedy, J. P. and E. S. T., Swaging and Welding Metal Tubes, 400
  • Kennedy, M., and Green, G., Washing Ores, 631
  • Kerr, A. and R., Wood-Working Machinery, 399
  • Kimball, A. S., and Brownell, G., Electric Spinning and Twitting Machines, 300
  • Kingdon, J. A., Dynamo-Electric Machinery, 165
  • Kirk, A. C., Supplying Distilled Water and Utilisation of Heat, 580
  • Kirkland, T., and Barnett, T., Preventing Over-Winding on Hoisting Apparatus, 104
  • Klauke, C. A., Chains, 77
  • Kleeman, F., Purification of Extracts from Fruits, &c., 204
  • Knapp, J. R., Blowpipe for Producing Intense Heat and Artificial Light, 77
  • Knaudt, A., Boilers with Corrugated Flame Tubes, 52
  • Knights, J. W., and Gall, W. D., Manufacture of Tar Acids, 472
  • Knublanch, 0., Recovery of Cyanogen Compounds from Gases, 554
  • Kotyra, M., Preventing Corrosion, 203
  • Kynoch, G., and Schlund, H. A., Manufacture of Projectiles, 529
  • Lamont, S. and C., Triangular Packing, 352 Land, W., Steam Gentrators, 203
  • Lapage, R. H., Compound Locomotive Engines, 278
  • Larsen, E., Preparation of Furnace Slag and Cement, 180
  • Lea, J., and Hammond, II. R., Operating on Zinc Ore and Zinc for Coating Metals Galvanically, 26
  • Lea, W., Manufacture of Cocks, 422
  • Lebiez,L. C. E., Secondary Batteries, 352
  • Leipner, W. A., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 155
  • Lejeune, F., Locking Device for the Covers of Rotating Shafts, 632
  • Lever, C., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 156
  • Lewis, H. H. L., Saw Benches, 251
  • Lewis, Sir W. T., and Hunter, C. L., Shipping and Unshipping, 400
  • Liebrecht, L., Cutting Solid Bard, 393
  • Lightfoot, F., Railway Rail Joints, 421
  • Lindley, H., and Browett, T., Valve Gear for Steam Engines, 61
  • Lindsay, W. H., Artificial Fuel, 326
  • Lindsay, W. H., Manufacture of Artificial Fuel, 26
  • Lindsay, W. H., Moulding Bricks, &c., 26
  • Lindsay, W. H., Moulding Coal Dust into Solid Blocks, 104
  • Little, W., Metallic Sleepers and Chairs, 129
  • Lloyd, F. H., and White, H., Manufacture of Cast Steel, 471
  • Lobnitz, II. C., Valve Gear for Steam Engines, 51
  • Lockett, A., Snow Plough and Gravel Distributor Combined, 130
  • Loesewitz, J., and Maas8, 0.,
  • Lubricators and Leak Preventers for Axle-Necks, 422
  • Lombard, L. W., Cartridges, 529
  • Longmore, J., and Watson, W. L., Treatment of Exogenous Fibrous Plants, Ste., 632
  • Lord, It., Metal Plates, 400
  • Lorenz, W., Breechloading Guns having Vertically Sliding Breech-Blocks, 529
  • Lorenz, W., Reducing Tubular Bodies to a Smaller Diameter, 104
  • Lorenz, W., Utilising the Force of the Explosion Gases in Firearms, 377
  • Loud, W. A., Ratchet and Pawl Devices, 77
  • Lowe, J. F. F. F,, White Lead, 180
  • Lowson, R., Firebars, 204
  • Lyle, J., Burning Oils, 228
  • Lyman, J. H., Waterproof Compositions, 204, 3:6
  • Lysaght, J. and W. R., and Lakin, J., Rolling very Thin Gauges of Iron and Steel, 400
  • McCorkindale, D., Preparing Malleable Iron, 400
  • McCorkindale, D., and Dougall, G., Manufacture of Stoppers Used in the Manufacture of Steel, 325
  • McGhee, G., Gas Engines, 52
  • Macgowan, W., Propulsion of Vessels, 129
  • Mackenzie, W. J., Electric Arc Lamps, 155
  • McKnight, E., Covering Insulated Electrical Conductors with Lead, 632
  • McLaine, A., Packing for Pistons, 204
  • McLaren, LI., Reducing Valves, 656 McLaughlin, J. F., Electrical Type Writers, 300
  • Macnee, D., Axle Boxes for Railway Rolling Stock, 422
  • Maddison, R. B., Electric Marine Governors, 277
  • Madeley, F., Manufacture of Metallic Coated Tubes, 262
  • Main, 1'., Compound Engines, 51
  • Main, W., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 445, 605
  • Main, W., Electric Batteries, 352
  • Majert, W., and Richtr, 0., Production of Hydrogen Gas by a Dry Method, 472
  • Mann, A., Manufacture of Alloys of Aluminium with other Metals, 471
  • Maquay, S. W., Feeding Electric Batteries and Removing the Plates, 156
  • Marshall, A. D., Metallic Packing, 204
  • Marshall, G. F., Carbon for Filtering, 326
  • Marshall, .11. J., Fastening for Permanent Way, 579
  • Marshall, J., Clutches, 422
  • Marshall, J., Spark Arresters, 62
  • Marshall, R., Furnaces, 655
  • Marshall, R., and Thunder, G. H. A., Metallic Packing, 62
  • Martin, J. W., Removing Snow, 130
  • Maruhn, K. W. E., Reducing Slag and Recovering Metal therefrom, 326
  • Mather, W., and Holgate, J., Cut-Off Valves, 501
  • Mathewson, J. E., Separation of Vapours, 472
  • Mathey, A., Railway Alarms Worked by Compressed Air, 278
  • Mathieson, T. T., and Hawliczek, J., " Caustic Ash," 472
  • Maxim, H. S., Firearms, 529
  • Maxim, H. S., Manufacture of Guns, 629
  • Maxim, H. S., Treatment of Explosive Compounds, 378
  • Meade, J. F., Propulsion by Atmospheric Reaction, 104
  • Meeze, A. G., Manufacture of Gas, 472
  • Meeze, A. G., Manufacturing Gas from Fluid Hydro-Carbons, 589
  • Mellctt, L., Indicating the Presence of Metallic Substances or Mineral Ores, 104
  • Mellor, J. F. and B. F., Belt for Transmitting
  • Motion, 680
  • Merlette, J., Propulsion and Steering of Vessels, 277
  • Merritt, F. L., Retort Firebars to Generate Water Gas as Fuel, 62
  • Merry weather, J. C., Extinction of Fire, 378
  • Merryweather, J. C., and Jakeman, C. J. W., Fire Hose, 378
  • Meserole, A. V., Secondary Batteries, 352
  • Meyer, B., Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, 666
  • Mitchell, W. L., Jun., Steering Vessels, 129
  • Molyneux, P., Lining Vessels Used for the Transport of Petroleum, &c., 632
  • Moncrieff, A., Mounting Disappearing Guns, 377
  • Moncrieff, A., Mounting Guns, 529
  • Moncriefi; A., and Ander8on, W., Mounting and Working Disappearing Guns, 529
  • Mond, L., and Hewitt, D. B., Manufacture of Carbonate of Soda or Potash, 326
  • Montgela8, Count R. de, Extraction of Aluminium from its Chlorides, 179
  • Moore, D. and F. S., Feeding Lamps with Oil, 228
  • Moore, W. H., Preventing Water Pipes from Bursting, 530
  • Mordey, W. M., Electric Generators, 415
  • Morgan, D., Furnace Bars, 204
  • Morison, D. B., Artificial Air Supply to Boiler Furnaces, 52
  • Morris, V., Deep Well Pumps, 261
  • Mulheims, G., and Zimmermann, R., Moulding Blocks of Artificial Fuel, 326
  • Muller, H., Driving Belts, 228
  • Mullins, G. G., Treating Iron for the Purpose of Purifying, &c., 631
  • Munier, F., and Salvaire, N., Staining Wood, 530
  • Murray, C. H., Conveying Ammunition to and Loading Heavy Guns, 377
  • Murray, W. J., Railway Carriage Axles, 277
  • Musgrave, W., Arrangement of Corns., Valves for Motive Power Engines, 203
  • Nacke, E. H., Discharging Condensed Water, 502
  • Napier, D. D. and W. D., and Kelly, A., Frictional Brakes, 579
  • Netto, C., Extraction of Aluminium, 530
  • Neuhauser, 0., Transmitting Reciprocatory into
  • Rotary Motion, 378
  • Nicholas, J., Smelting and Recovering Metals from Ores and Dross, 179
  • Nicholson, C. J., Railway and Tramway Whlels, 421
  • Nobel, A., Compensating for the Recoil of Gulp', 502
  • Nobel, A., Explosives, 78
  • Nobel, A., Guns and Projectiles, 502
  • Nobel, A., Regulating the Pressure in Guns, 377
  • Noble, A., Gas Checks for the Joints of Jointed Guns, 529
  • Noble, A., Mounting very heavy Guns, 377
  • Noble, C. B. and R. D., Arc Lamps, 446
  • Noble, W. IL, Gunpowder, 78
  • Nordenfelt, T., Casting in Iron and Steel, 25
  • Nordenfelt, T , Quick-Firing Guns, 529
  • Normand et Cie., A., Steam Engines, 203
  • Oechelhaeuier, W. von, Regulating the Flow of Fluids, 378
  • Oldenhof and Uhlig, Manufacture of Curved Pipes, 26
  • Olpherts, W. G., Railway Permanent Way, 130
  • O'Neale, D. H. W. J. N., and Everitt, P., Brakes, 580
  • Oram, W., Hydraulic Presses, 103
  • Orvis, 0. D., Generating and Superheating Steam, 580
  • Osborne, T., Woodhouse, C. H., and Shipman, J. T., Applying Armour Plates for Defence. 129
  • Oswald, T. R., Twin-Screw Vessels, 277
  • Paget, A., Mantles for Incandescent Gas-Lighting, 77
  • Pamphlett, W. F., Producing Fresh Water from Sea Water, 472
  • Parker, T., Automatic Switch, 606
  • Parkin, H., and Webb, H., Wheels and Tyres, 352
  • Parks, J. W., and Roquemore, P. G., Nut-Locks, 530
  • Pasquet, P. G., Lubricators, 530
  • Pattinson, H. L., Jun., Manufacture of Hydrates of Barium and Strontium, 472
  • Paulson, R., Construction and Loading of Ammunition, 377
  • Pawlowski, H. K. de, Bleaching of Vegetable and Animal Matter and Scouring Wool, 472
  • Peacock, R., Grinding, Inlaying, and Truing, 399
  • Peacock, R., and Bird, J., Lubricating, 204
  • Peckham, E., Car-Axles, 278
  • Pfeiffer, J., Manufacture of Dry Calcium Hydro-Oxide, 472
  • Pfeiffer and Langen, Extracting Raffinose, &c., from Sugar Solutions, 180
  • Pinkney, C. W., Stamping Machinery Actuated by Explosive Gaseous Mixtures, 653
  • Platt. J., Obtaining More Perfect Combustion of Fuel, 665
  • Ploeger, W. and A., Manufacture of Packing, 352 Plom, L., and D'Andrimont, J., Blasting, 228 Ponder, C. E., Macgregor, J., and Harris, P.,
  • Electrical Secondary Batteries, 352
  • Poore, G., and Storey, W. C., Submarine Vessels, 679
  • Pope, J. W. and R., Pulverising, 554
  • Porteous, D. W., Holding Rudders, 421
  • Porter, C. T., Piston Valves and Ports for Engines, 203
  • Prior, M., Economising Heat and Preventing Corrosion, 580
  • Prismall, W. J., Rope Driving Gear, 472
  • Prosser, T. T., and Waller, H., Utilising the Products of the Application of Heat to Water for the Derivation of Motive Force, 203
  • Purves, W. L., Driving Belts and Pulleys, 377
  • Quick, G., Cartridges, 529
  • Rammell, T. W., Two-Bladed Cutting Instruments, 399
  • Raymond, G. and A., Crushing Machines, 252
  • Reaney, J. E., Construction of the Blades of Screw Propellers, 277
  • Redman, C., Raising and Lowering Tables, 530
  • Restler, J. W., and Turner, A., Slide Valves, 352
  • Richard, C., Steam Traps, 351
  • Richards, N. H., Grip and Brake Gear of Cable Tramcars, 352
  • Rickaby, A. A., Casting Rings of Metallic Packing, 252
  • Rickaby, A. A., Promoting Circulation of Water in Boilers, and Preventing the Deposit of Scale on Parts Exposed to Heat, 51
  • Rickard, W. H. and T. J., Coating Plates with Tin, Lead, &c., 530
  • Ries, E. E., Welding and Tempering Metals, 632
  • Riley, J., Basic-Hearth Steel-Making Furnaces, 631
  • Riley, J., Making Steel Pipes, 654
  • Rinecker, F., and Abt, R., Rack and Pinion Mechanism for Rack Railways, 130
  • Robert, G. Converters, 631
  • Roberts, J., Oil Lamps, 580
  • Robertshaw, D. S., and Sunderland, R. F., Insulating Electric Currents, 204
  • Robeson, C., Cleansing Wool, 680
  • Robinson, T. N., Wood Planing Machines, 553
  • Robson, J., Gas Engines, 52
  • Rogers, P., and Player, J., Automatically Coating Metal Sheets with Tin, &c., 179
  • Rogerson, J., and Downie, A., Gun Carriages, 227
  • Romheld, J., Crushing, 400
  • Rose, P. B., Fertiliser, 472
  • Rosebrugh, A. M., Electric Telegraphs, 299
  • R088, J. M., and McDowall, J., Rotary Engines and Pumps, 656
  • Roth, C., Igniting Fuzes, 78
  • Rothery, J., and Warburton, J., Rails and Sleepers, 421
  • Rousselot, T., Multiple Three-Roll Sugar-Cane Mills, 252
  • Rouviere, L., Generation and Utilisation of Steam, 52
  • Rowe, 0., Manufacture of Cartridgeg, 529
  • Rowell, S. C., and Newell, J. W., Manufacture of Plumbic Oxide, 179
  • Rowley, J., Canal Locks, 422
  • Rusden, H. W., Preventing Incrustation, 580
  • Sahlstrorn, C. A , Projecting Oil into Furnaces in the Form of Spray, 52
  • Salcher, C., and Schwertschlag, H., Preparing Metallic Plates for Lithographic Purposes, 632
  • Schaag, A., awl Fltirscheim and Bergmann, Galvanising Iron and Steel, 25
  • Schlamm, A., and Brassard, F., Treating Wool, 632
  • Schlichter, IL, Lighting by Gas, 378
  • Schmid, A., Safety Valves, 228
  • Schmid, A., and Beckfeld, J. C., Gas Engines, 352
  • Schmidt, J., Toothed Rolled Wire, 101
  • Schofield, J. II., and Worth, A. V. G., SightFeed Lubricators, 204
  • Schofield, T., and Barker, F., Friction Clutches and Starting Gear, 378
  • S_•hulhof, J., Cartridges, 529
  • Schulz, Dr. H., Manufacture of Dyes, 632
  • Schulz, R., Hoisting Engines, 400
  • Schumann, A., Manufacture of Dextrine or
  • Soluble Starch Free from Smell and Taste, 472
  • Schweder, G. P., Extracting Gold, 179
  • Schweiger, F. R., and Muhlmann, C. F., Casting Metals and Alloys, 472
  • Schweizer, J., and Huber, P. E., Lighting and Heating, 227
  • Scott, A. E., Furnace Bars, 201
  • Scott, T., Devices Connected with Ploughs, 377
  • Scott, W. II., and Pari8, E. A., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 155
  • Seaman, F. W., Manufacture of Self-Hardening Steel Articles, 471
  • Seccombe, S., Pumping Machinery, 1C3
  • Selden, C., Simultaneous Telegraphy and Telephony, ($05
  • Sellers, G. H., and Malam, W., Internally Heated Steam Generators, 580
  • Sellers, W., Metal Moulds for Casting Steel Wheels, 554
  • Sellers, W., Railway Wheels, 252
  • Sellon, R. P., Mordey, W. M., and Webber, C. E., Automatically Regulating Electric Generators, 166
  • Sellon, R. P., Mordey, W. M., and Webber, C. E., Self-Regulating Dynamo-Electric Generators, 445
  • Shaffer, W. C., Application of the Expansive Power of Heat, 78
  • Shannon, A. J., Extraction of Antimony from its Ores, 325
  • Sharp, T. B., Manufacture of Metallic Tubes, 400
  • Sharpneck8, W. S., Anti-Friction Journal Boxes, 421
  • Shaw, H. T., and Chittick, C., Flooring or Roofing, 252
  • Shaw, H. T., and Chittick, C., Rivetting together Metal Plates, 251
  • Sheet, J. W., Gas Producers, 325
  • Shelton, Colonel W. V., Production of Alloys or Bronzes, 179
  • Short, J. Y., Construction of Vessels, 129
  • Siddell, G., Projectiles, 227
  • Siemens, A., and Lauckert, E. F. H. H., Electric Controlling Apparatus, 630
  • Siemens, F., Ceramic Kilns, 631
  • Siemens and Halske, Dynamo-Electric Machines, 445, 605
  • Siemens and Halske, Electrolysis, 156
  • Simmons, C., and Williams, B., Facilitating the Transit of Railway Carriages, and Loading and and Unloading, 278
  • Simon, H., Middlings Purifiers, 252
  • Simpson, A. H., Operating Torpedoes, 680
  • Sinclair, R. D., and Brown, J. G., Manufacture of Paper to Render same Antiseptic and Germ Proof, 26
  • Sjoberg, R., Explosives, 554
  • Smith, G., Motive Power Engines, 655
  • Smith, II., Hydraulic Rivetting, 399
  • Smith, T., Pit Cages and Head Gear for Collieries to Prevent Overwinding, 251
  • Smith, W., Marks, D., and Watson, R., Rack and Worm Mechanism, 103
  • Smith, W. B. and G. J., Igniting Fuzes without Exposing Flame or Sparks, 228
  • Snelus, G. J., Treatment of Furnace Slag, 632
  • Silvers, R., Mechanical Connection without
  • Shock between Two Bodies, 530
  • Societe A. Cruto et Cie., La, Manufacture of Material for the Production of Carbon Filaments, 299
  • Societe Anonyme des Manufactures des Glaces, Verres, Nitres, ctc., Apparatus for Handling Crucibles, 180
  • Societe Schneider et Cie., La, Disappearing Gun Mountings, 529
  • Societe des Tissages et Ateliers de Construction Diederichs, La, Gas Engines, 680
  • Societe des Urines Franco-Rushes, La, Couplings for Shafts, 421
  • Society of Chemical Industry, Manufactute of Ethylether of a New Acid, 26
  • Soldenhoff, R. de, Desiccation, Incineration, and Carbonisation of Substances Liable to Putrefy, 179
  • Southall, A. B., and Clegg, J. 8., Separating Minerals, &c., 399
  • Sperry, J. A., Amalgamators, 471
  • Squire, W. S., and Currie, S. C. C., Obtaining Zinc in a Metallic Form from Alkaline Solutions of Zinc Oxide, 179
  • Standfield, J., Raising and Lowering Weights, 680
  • Starley. J. K., Manufacture of Metallic Wheels, 130
  • Staub, L. A., Manufacture of Carbonate of Soda and Carbonic Acid, 632
  • Stebbins, J. H., Food Compound, 228
  • Steel, A., Rollers and Pulleys, 422
  • Steffen, C., Systematically Lixiviating Raw Sugar, 1 60
  • Stehlik, A., Steam Generators, 501
  • Sterry, A. C., and J., Explosive Gas Engines, 352
  • Stevenson, J. C., and Tatters, J. G., Disinfectant and Oxidising Agent, 180
  • Stiles, N. C., Power Presses, 399
  • Stitt, J. C., Generat on of Steam and Economy of Fuel, 501
  • Stone, It., Manufacture of Fuel, 26
  • Storey, W. C., and Poore, G., Submarine Vessel., 530
  • Storey, W. C., and Poore, G., Supporting and Feeding Torpedo Discharging Apparatus, 421
  • Stout, S. S., and Underwood, II. G., Automatic Expansion Gear and Governors for Steam Engines, 51
  • Strange, S., Norton, J., and Henry, T , Cleaning Tramway Lines, 130
  • Stuart, H. A., and Binney, C. It , Hydro-Carbon
  • Explosive Engines, 52
  • Stubbs, J. B., and Thornton, J. E., Steam Traps and Low-Pressure Indicators, 351
  • Sturgeon, J., Machine Guns, 227
  • Sudworth, S., and Falkenstein, C. K., Making and Breaking Electrical Circuits, 472
  • Sugden, S. S., Treatment of Fatty Matters for the Production of Glycerine, &c., 580
  • Sunter, L. E., Sere% s, 400
  • Sunter, L. E., Screws and Screw-Drivers, 399
  • Sutherland W. S., Heating, 471
  • Swan, J. W., Detection of Explosive Gases, 529
  • Sylvester, R. T., Nut Locks, 680
  • Tallmadge, J. W., Chemical Fluid Ink Erasers, 378
  • Tangyes Limited, and Jefferiss, T., Combined Portable Boiler and Centrifugal Pump and Engine, 554
  • Tate, H., Jun., and Killip, J., Jun., Governors and Throttle Valves, 502
  • Tatham, J., Insulating Material, 204
  • Taylor, H. F., and Struve, W. P., Finishing Metal Plates Coated with an Alloy, 400
  • Taylor, J., Manufacture of Nitric Acid, 530
  • Taylor, T., Consuming Smoke, 204
  • Tebbets, C. F., Rolling Metal Articles, 104
  • Tennent, B. B., Destructive Distillation of Minerals, and Retorts therefor, 25
  • Theaker, H., Cutting Teeth of Tools, 399
  • Theissen, E., Condensing Apparatus, 422
  • Thomas, G., Manufacture of Dye Matters from Red Sanderswood, &c., 180
  • Thomas, T. C. J., Lamps, 227
  • Thoma8, W., Loading and Unloading, 421
  • Thompson, J., Cleansing and Seasoning Casks, 228
  • Thomson, G., Obtaining Silver, 179
  • Thomson, J., and Black, J., Sugar Cane Mills, 530
  • Thornton, J., and Walker, W., Straightening Steel Wire, 252
  • Thowless, 0. M., Manufacture of Aluminium Chloride, 180
  • Thowleas, 0. M., Production of Sodium and Potassium, 325
  • Thwaite, B. II., Casting Metals. 471
  • Thwaite, B. B., Pneumatic Process of Manufacturing Steel Ingots and Castings, 25
  • Tipping, II. G., Endless Plateways for Wheeled Vehicles, &c., 130
  • Tomkin4, W. S., Injectors, 351
  • Tonge, R., Piston Springs, 204
  • Torkington, J. and C., and Ewing, J. A., Economising Gas, 529
  • Toulmaint, J., Manufacture of Wrought Iron and Steel, 325
  • Towl, W., Jun., Separating Grain, &c., 78
  • Tovvlson, F., and Weldon, E , Dyeing and Printing Aniline Blacks, 422
  • Tranter, W., Manufacture of Arms and Projectiles, 103
  • Tranter, IV., Ordnance and Mounting the same, 377
  • Traylor, R. W., Valves and Valve Seats made of Mica, 78
  • Tripler, C. E., Amalgamating and Separating Precious Metals from Powdered Ore, 472
  • Trotter, A. P., and Goolden, W. T., Brush-Holders for Dynamo-Electric Machines, 445
  • Trotter, A. P., Raven haw, II. W., and Goolden, W. T., Dynamo - Electric Generators and Motors, 155
  • Tscherikowski, N., Producing Refined Sugar, 180
  • Tucker, A. E., and Harbord, F. W., Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 179
  • Tucker, E. W., Hot-Air Bridge Walls for Furnaces, 62
  • Turnbull, R. T., Holders for Incandescent Lamps, 299
  • Turpin, E., Explosives, 78
  • Tweddell, R. II., Platt, J., and Fielding, J., Punching and Rivetting, 553
  • Tydeman, B., Hydraulic Engines, 52
  • T)er, E., Voltaic Batteries, 156
  • Uldall, C., Agricultural Forks, 104
  • Vautin, C. T. J., Extraction of Gold, 325
  • Vavasseur, J., Apparatus for Training Guns, 227
  • Vavasseur, J., Centre Pivotted Mounting for a Rapid-Firing Gun, 227
  • Vavasseur, J., Steel Projectiles, 227
  • Villard, T., Locks for Canals, &c., 130
  • Vogelmann, A., Extraction of Metals by Amalgamation, 325
  • Volta Graphophone Company, The, Recording Media for Use in Graphophones, 632
  • Voss, T., Reduction of Cereals to Flour, 252
  • Wade, F. B., Utilising Wood for Paving, 378
  • Wade, G. W., Exhaust Fans, 104
  • Walder, H. J., Producing Colouring Matter from Anthraquinone, 180
  • Walder, H. J., Production of Colouring Matters for Carbolic Acid, &c., 180
  • Walker, F. W., Loading Coal and other Minerals, 1 30
  • Walker, H. C., and Carey, R., Hydraulic Lifts, 77
  • Walker, W., Automatic Electric Signalling, 130
  • Walker, W., Contact Apparatus for Use in Automatic Electric Signals, 156
  • Wall, C. H., and Ostrom, 0., Recording Music from Pianofortes, &c., 78
  • Wall, W., Adjustable Spanners, 251
  • Waller, W., Construction of Steam Boilers Applicable for the Heating and Evaporation of Fluids, 203
  • Wallis, A. II., Steam Engines Working Compound in One Cylinder, 51
  • Wallwork, R., Automatically Supplying Lubricant, 656
  • Ward, E., Lock, G. and J. H., Bowden, J., and
  • Wells, H. G., Printing Blocks, 378
  • Ward, T. H., H.Asting Apparatus, 551
  • Ward, T. II., Pumping Machinery, 103
  • Ward, W., Electric Lamps, 165
  • Warner, Clara B., Rendering Articles Water Repellent, 326
  • Warren, J. H, Filtering, 378
  • Waterfield, T. B., Guard for Locomotives, &c., to Prevent Accidents, 352
  • Watts, J. T., and Richards, W. A., Sodium Products, 26
  • Weegmann, W„ Manufacture of Pile Fabrics, 632
  • Weichhart, J., Forming Sheet Metal Lathing, 251
  • Weirich, J., Treatment of Auriferous Minerals, 471
  • Wellman, S. T., Manufacturing Axles, 252
  • Wells, A. C., Split Drums for Driving Machinery, 377
  • Westinghouse, G., Jun., Converting Electric Currents into Currents of Different Potential, 1 56
  • Westinghouse, G., Jun., Dynamo-Electrical Machines, 605
  • Westinghouse, G., Jun., Electric Circuit and
  • Automatic Controlling Apparatus therefor, 156
  • Westinghouse, G., Jun., Electrical Distribution, 156
  • Weston, T. R., Obtaining Electricity on Vehicles, 156
  • Westwood, A., Moulding Circular Articles, 104
  • Wheeler, E., Production of Compound Ingots, 25
  • While, C., Manufacture of Tubes, 554
  • Whitney, J. M., Rotary Engines, 203
  • Whittaker, W., Mechanical Stokers, 204
  • Whitten, J. 0., Galvanic Batteries, 605
  • Wicksteed, J. H., Shearing Machines, 553
  • Wigg, C., Treatment of Spent Copper Liquors and Purification of Sewage, 472
  • Wilder, W. J., Coating Metals, 180
  • Wilhoft, F.,Manufacturing Non-Blooming Vulcanised oft Rubber, 580
  • Wilkie, W., Firebars, 204
  • Wilkins, G. A. Manufacture of Paper Bottles and Boxes, 602
  • Willans, P. W., Combined Steam Engines with other Machines Driven Directly by them, 52
  • Wilkins., E., Spanners, &c., 399
  • Williams, D., and Raymond, W. E., Reversing Gear, 501
  • Williams, II., Gas Motor Engines, 502
  • Williamson, D., Rotary Engines, Pumps, &c., 530
  • Williamson, G. F., Securing Railway Rails, 129
  • Willis, R., Speed Indicators, 530
  • Willis, W., Photo-Chemical Printing, 580
  • Wilson, A., Manufacturing Compound Plates of Iron and Steel, 471
  • Wilson, D , Lock Nuts, 422
  • Wilson, E., Disintegrators, 400
  • Wirth and Co., Manufacture of Colouring Matters, 326
  • Witney, J. R., Chills for Casting Metals, 252
  • Wolseley, F. J., Flexible Driving Shafts, 228
  • Wood, R., Preparing Farinaceous Matter by Steam, 580
  • Wood, W. II., Boilers, 51
  • Woodruff, W. N., Shaft Keys, 228
  • Woods, J. E. T., Treating and Separating Refuse Metals, 472
  • Woolley, L. G., Generation of Electricity, 632
  • Worsdell, T. W., Compound Engines, 655
  • Worthington, C. C., Pumping Machinery, 103
  • Worthington, J., Chairs for Railway Points and Working Points, 130
  • Wright, W. B., and Williams, E. T., Furnaces Burning Hydro-Carbons, 179
  • Wynne, Ie., Application of Electricity to Vehicles, 300
  • Wynne, F., Propelling Vehicles by Electricity, 446
  • Zebrowski, T., Washing and Bleaching Wool, 26
  • Zipernowski, C., Deri, M., and Blathy, O. T., Induction Coils, 352


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