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  • ABEL, Sir Frederick, Presidential Address, Iron and Steel Institute, 663, 564
  • Aberdeen, Boiler Explosion near, 647
  • Aberdeen Shipbuilding in 1890, 113
  • Accident Preventing Devices for Machines, 89
  • Adhesion and Rack Railway, Visp-Zermatt, 660
  • Adjustable Wheel and Engine for Stern-Wheeler (Messrs. Kincaid, Greenock), 168
  • Administration Buildings, Chicago Exhibition, 667
  • African (South) Mail Steamer. See South Agricultural Buildings, Chicago Exhibition, 635

Agricultural Society, Royal, Doncaster Show : 752

  • Andrew and Co.'s Gas Engine, 753
  • Brickmaking Machinery, 766
  • Crossley Brothers' Gas Engine, 762
  • Crossley Brothers' Oil Engine. 752
  • Dairy, 756
  • Fielding and Platt's Gas Engine, 753
  • Hornsby and Sons' Oil Engine, 752
  • Implements, 755
  • Midland Gas Engine, 753
  • Miscellaneous Exhibits, 756
  • Penny and Co.'s Oil Engine, 752
  • Priestman Brothers' Oil Engine, 752
  • Robson's Gas Engine, 753
  • Taylor and Son's Gas Engine, 753
  • Trent Gas Engine, 753
  • Weatherhogg Oil Engine, 752
  • Wells Brothers' Gas Engines, 753
  • Weyman and Co.'s Gas Engine, 753
  • Weyman and Co.'s Oil Engine, 753
  • Ahrbecker's Water Meter, 143
  • Ahren's Erecting Prisms, 539
  • Air, Circulating, and Feed Pumps for Electric Station (Brush Company), 671. See Erratum, 701
  • Air and Circulating Pumps for United State
  • Battleship " Maine" (Blake Manufacturing Company), 615
  • Air, Compressed, System of Paris, 297, 327, 419, 513. See LErrittts, 376
  • Air Compressors at Transandine Railway Works, (Messrs. Burckhardt, Basle), 603. See also 481
  • Air Pumps, Separate, 81
  • "Alaska," S.S., Performances, 545
  • Alexandra Centrifugal Cream Separator (Messrs. Lister, Dursley), 537
  • Allen, Mr. W. H., on Auxiliary Engines on Shipboard, 81
  • Alloys, Sir Frederick Abel on, 564
  • Alluvial Deposits, Dredger for Excavating (Messrs. Lacour and Figee, Haarlem, Holland), 39
  • "Almirante Lynch" and " Condell," 536. See also 652, 677. See LETTERS, Torpedoes in Action
  • Alternating Current Phenomena, 710
  • Alternating Currents, Interference with, 383
  • Aluminium Process, The Stefanite, 109
  • Aluminium Works, Lauffen-Neuhausen, 229. See Erratum, 243
  • Amalgamating and Dredging Plant, Placer's (Bennett Amalgamator Company), 380
  • Amalgamating Plant, Gold (Messrs. Harvey, Cornwall), 426
  • Amalgamation of Scotch Railways, 143
  • America, Artesian Wells in, 47
  • America, Stationary Engine Practice in. See Engines
  • "America," S.S., Performances, 545
  • American Cruiser " Maine," 51
  • American Iron Production, 592
  • American Lakes, 207
  • American Mail Service, 316, 592
  • American Patent System, Centenary of, 375, 679
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The, See Mechanical Engineers
  • American Steamer " Puritan" (Fall River Line) (Mr. John Roach, Chester, Pa.), 64, 94. See Miscellanea, 256
  • American Steamers' Subsidies, 312
  • American Tariff and Wages, 80
  • American Trade Notes. See Notes from United States
  • American Warships, 365, 379, 382, 413, 492
  • Ammonia Compression Refrigerating Machine, 90
  • Ammonia Vapour Engine, 61
  • Ammunition (Field Artillery), 373. See also 497
  • Ammunition for Hotchkiss Guns, 152, 210, 271
  • Ammunition for Rifles, Miniature (Morris). See Rifles
  • Anderson, Dr. William, on Steel for Artillery, 578, 599. See LETTERS
  • Anglo-American Telegraph Company, 633
  • Apparatus for Firing Torpedoes, 4, 30
  • April Weather, 592
  • Aqueduct, Repairing the Croton, 711
  • Arc Lamps v. Sunbeam Lamps, Cost of, 501
  • Argentine Government Torpedo Boats (Messrs. Thornycroft, London), 729
  • "Arizona's," S.S., Performances, 645
  • Armament of Warships, 331, 361, 365, 382
  • Armour Plate Bolts, 693
  • Armour-Plate Construction in America, 255, 608
  • Armour for Ships, 393
  • Armour, Steel, 109
  • Armour, Warship (American Ships), 365
  • Armoured Forts, 421, 458, 486
  • Armoured Ship " Trident," French, 215
  • Armstrong, Lord, as Bessemer Medallist, Iron and Steel Institute, 564
  • Army, Expenses of European Powers, 46. See LETTERS, Cost of Defence and Officers' Pay Aries Pneumatic Hammer for Railway- Tyres, 399
  • Arrangement of Buildings and Prospects, Chicago Exhibition, 372, 520, 635
  • Art of Mining, Progress of the, 200, 261, 351
  • Artesian Wells in the United States, 47
  • Artillery, 270, 373, 497. See LETTEks, Guns, &c, Artillery, Field. By Lieut.-Col. Walford, R.A., 270, 373. See also 497

Artillery, Modern French :

  • Ammunttion for Hotchkiss Guns, 152, 210, 271
  • Apparatus for Firing Torpedoes, 4, 30
  • Armoured Forts, 421, 458, 486
  • Ballistical Efficiency of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 4, 5, 32, 274, 355, 337
  • Breach Mechanism of Hotchkiss Guns, 210
  • Canet, Biographical Sketch of, 78
  • Canet System, General Principles of, 78
  • Carriages (Naval and Field) for Hotchkiss Guns, 91, 125, 242, 301, 327, 355
  • Carriages for Torpedoes (Canet), 30
  • Creusd de Latouche System of Armoured Forts, 458
  • CreusOt and Hotchkiss Iron-Protected Forts, 421
  • Data, Ballistic, of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 4, 5, 32, 274, 355, 387
  • Deck Mount for Guns, 271, 327
  • Desmarest Percussion Fuze, 271
  • Efficiency, Ballistic, of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 4, 5, 32, 274, 355, 387
  • Field Artillery (Lecture by Lieut-Col. Walford, R.A.), 270
  • Field Gun, Hotchkiss, 91, 152, 2, 327
  • Firing Particulars of Hotchkiss Revolver Cannon, 152, 180, 210
  • Flank Defence Gun, Hotchkiss, 125, 152
  • Forts, Armoured, Fixed and Travelling, 421, 458, 486
  • Fuzes, 271
  • Hotchkiss and CreusOt Iron Protected Forts, 421
  • Hotchkiss Guns (Naval and Field), 125, 152, 1 80, 210, 242, 271, 301, 327, 355, 387
  • Hotchkiss and Schneider's Armoured Forts, 458, 486
  • Limber for Mountain Gun, 327
  • Machine Guns (Hotchkiss), 91, 125,152 Mountain Guns and Carriage, 327
  • Mountings for Hotchkiss Guns, 180, 242, 301, 327, 355
  • Naval Hotchkiss Guns, 91,162, 180, 242, 301, 355
  • Naval Recoil Mounts, 65-Millimetre (9-Pounder) Gun, 301
  • Penetration of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 387
  • Pivot Mountings, Centre, 355
  • Projectiles for Hotchkiss Revolving Gun, 152, 210
  • Quick-Firing Guns (Hotchkiss), 91, 181, 210, 242, 301, 327, 355, 387
  • Quick-Firing Guns, Hotchkiss, 1, 3, 6, and 9-Pounders, 180, 210, 242, 301
  • Rapid-Firing Guns. See Quick-Firing Guns Recoil Mount (3-Pounder Gun), 301
  • Revolving Cannon, Hotchkiss, 91, 125, 152, 180, 210
  • Schneider and Hotchkiss's Armoured Forts, 486 10-Centimetre (3.39-In.) Hotchkiss Gun, 271, 301
  • Torpedo Boat Mounts for Hotchkiss Guns, 327 Torpedo Firing (Canet System), 4, 30
  • Artillery, Steel, 578, 699. See LETTERS Asquith's Lathe with Adjustable Gap, 267
  • Assistant Cylinder, 425, 430. See Lama, Joy's Gear
  • Associated Ironmoulders of Scotland, 435
  • Aston Manor, Health of, 194
  • Atkinson, Messrs. Llewyn B. and Claude W., on Electric Mining Machinery, 198
  • Atlantic Mail Service, Duration of Passages, 316, 592
  • Atlantic Passages. See Trawatlantic Records and LETTERS, " Teutonic"
  • Atlantic Records (Historical), 423, 483, 517, 646, 724. See LETTERS, Atlantic Records and " Teutonic"
  • Atlantic Steamer for Five-Day Passage (Messrs. Thomson, Clydebank), 767
  • Atlantic Steamer, French Company's " Bourgogne," 593
  • Atlantic Steamers and the Mail Service, 692
  • Atlantic Steamers for Spain, 127
  • Atlantic Steamers " Spree" and " Havel," 487. See also 566
  • Auditorium at Chicago, 400, 490
  • Australia, Brake Trials in, 314
  • Australia (South) Minerals in, 44. See Paragraph, Queensland, 73
  • Australian Irrigation Colonies, The, 632
  • Automatic Railway for Dundee Harbour, Proposed, 533
  • Auxiliary Engines on Shipboard, 81
  • Auxiliary Yacht " Princess Alice " (Messrs. Green, London), 215
  • Ayrton, Professor, on Alternate Current and Potential Difference Analogies in the Methods of Measuring Power, 740
  • Ayrton, Professor W. E., and Sumpner, Dr., on Alternating Currents, 383
  • Ayrton, Professor W. E., and Taylor, Mr. J. F., on Tests of a Transformer, 321
  • Babcock and Wilcox Water-Tube Marine Boiler, 616
  • Bagshaw, Mr. W., on the Treatment of Moulding Sand, 157, 259. See also 255
  • Baker, Sir B. and Mr. Binnie, on the Drainage of London, 316
  • Balancing Slide Valves, 425, 430. See LETTER, Joy's Gear
  • Baling Press, Ladd's Hay and Straw (Messrs. Howard, Bedford), 730
  • Ball, Dr. E. J., on the Changes in Iron Produced by Thermal Treatment, 582, 630
  • Ballistical Efficiency of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 4, 5, 32, 274, 355, 387
  • Barba, M., on Ships' Armour, 393
  • Barnaby, Sir Nathaniel, on the Protection of Ships, 56
  • Barrow Shipbuilding in 1890, 26
  • Barton Aqueduct, Manchester Canal, 188
  • Barton Section, Standard Cutting in, Manchester Canal, 380
  • Basic Linings in Copper Smelting, 76
  • Basic Steel, 135. See Erratum, 161
  • Battleship Destroyed by Torpedo, 536, 652. See
  • Miscellanea, 566, 677. See LETTERS, Torpedoes in Action
  • Battleships, British and Foreign Compared, 251, 283. See also 331, 361, 382
  • Battleships, New British, 251, 283. See also 331
  • Bazalgette, The Late Sir Joseph, 342
  • Beam Engine, Compound, of " Puritan " (Mr. John Roach, Chester, Pa.), 64, 91. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Beams, Concrete, and Iron Tests of, 622. See LETTERS
  • Bearing, Method of Oiling, 681
  • Bearings (Independent), Engines with (American Practice), 3
  • Bearings, Main (American Practice), 59
  • Bearings, Shaft, of " City of Paris," 659
  • Bedplates of American Engines, 2
  • Belting, Rope Driving, 89
  • Bennett Amalgamator Company's Plant (Placer's), 380
  • Berkefeld Filter, 703
  • Berry's Vertical and Horizontal Planing Machine, 82
  • Berry's Wall Planing Maehine, 380
  • Bessemer Medalist ; Iron and Steel Institute (Lord Armstrong), 564
  • Bethlehem Iron Company and Armour Plate Construction, 255, 608 Sickle Rock Drill, 360
  • Biles, Mr. J. H., on American Warships, 365, 382, 413
  • Binnie, Mr., and Sir B. Baker, on Drainage of London, 316
  • Birmingham Water Supply, 440
  • Blackwall Tunnel, The Proposed, 226
  • Blaine, Mr. Robert Gordon, on Hydraulic and Electric Transmission of Power, 612, 665
  • Blakesley, T. H., on the Iron Cores of Electrical Apparatus, 53
  • Blakesley's Method of Measuring Power in Transformers, 689
  • Blakesley, Mr., on Proof of the Generality of certain Formula) published for a Special Case, 321
  • "Blanco-Enc,alada" Battleship Destroyed by Torpedo, 536. See also 566, 652, 677, and LErrERS, Torpedoes in Action
  • Blooming Mill at Scranton, U.S. A., 100, 585
  • Board of Trade Electric Standards, 232
  • Boiler Construction adapted to Forced Draught, 335, 373, 388. See LETTERS
  • Boiler Construction (Mudd's Method), 424, 444
  • Boiler Deposits, 368, 639
  • Boiler Experiments by Mr. Donkin, Jun., and Professor Kennedy, 235, 677
  • Boiler Explosion near Aberdeen, 647
  • Boiler Explosion at Cheam, 384
  • Boiler Explosion at Jarrow, 98
  • Boiler (Locomotive) Explosion near Leeds, 257
  • Boiler Explosions at Liverpool, Wellington, and West Butterwick, 40
  • Boiler Explosions at Newcastle and Bury, 768
  • Boiler Flues, Overheated, 145, 202, 290, 321. See LETTERS
  • Boiler Inspection and Registration Bill, 1891, 316, 403. See LETTERS
  • Boiler Shell Drilling Machine (Messrs. Booth, Halifax), 475
  • Boiler, Teat of the Stanley Marine, 646. See LETTERS
  • Boiler, Water-Tube Marine, Babcock and Wilcox, 616
  • Boiler, Yarrow's Water-Tube, 81
  • Boilers, Circulation of Water in. See LETTERS Boilers at Frankfort Exhibition, 641, 672, 699 Boilers with Howden's Forced Draught, S.S.
  • "City of Paris," 559
  • Boilers with Howden's Forced Draught, S.S. "City of Vienna" (Messrs. J. and J. Thomson), 398
  • Boilers with Machine Stoking, 172
  • Boilers of S.S. " Indra" (Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co.), 525
  • Boilers, Strength of Short, 468. See LErritas and Erratum, 493
  • Boilers, United States Cruiser " Yorktown " (Quintard Company), 492
  • Bolivia, Mineral Resources of, 453. See LETTER, 527
  • Bolts, Drift, The Holding Power of, 314
  • Bonwick Syphon Stopper, The, 199
  • Booth's Boiler Shell Drilling Machine, 475 Boring Machine, Universal Horizontal (Mcesrs. Shepherd, Hills, and Co., Leeds), 100
  • Boring Machine at the Washington Navy Yard (Newark Machine Tool Company, Newark, N.Y.), 23
  • "Bourgogne," The French TrAnsatlantic Steamer, 593
  • Brake Trials in Australia, 314
  • Brassey, Lord, on Future Policy of Warship Building, 331, 364. See LETTER, Engineers fur Navy
  • Breaker, Gates' Ore, 727
  • Breakwater at Yokohama, 632
  • Breakwaters, Concrete in, 469
  • Breakwaters, Construction of, 343
  • Breech Mechanism of Hotchkiss Guns, 210
  • Brickmaking Machinery at Doncaster Show, 756
  • Bridge, Clarence, over River Taff, Cardiff, 127, 1 85, 276, 349. See LErrms, Eye-Bars, 243, 288
  • Bridge (Railway) over Thames River, New London, Conn., U.S., 428, 557
  • Bridge, St. Louis Merchants', over Mississippi River, 597, 686, 728
  • Bridge, Swing, at Moorlane, near Warrington Manchester Canal, 188
  • Bridge, Verrugas, Oroya Railway, Peru, 80, 460.
  • See LErrsas, European v. American Bridges Bridge, Wooden, over the River Barrow, 703
  • Bridges, Constructive Material for London and Brighton Railway (Norwood Accident), 739
  • Brine Pumping, The Effects of, 529, 677. See Miscellanea, 587
  • Briquettes, Converting Lignites into, 226
  • British Corporation for the Survey and Register of Shipping, 255
  • British East African Company's Stern-Wheel Steamer " Kenia" (Messrs. Kincaid and Co., GreenQek), 158
  • British and Prussian Railways, 371
  • British Trade and Colonial Development, Ten Years of, 311
  • Broadwell-Durst Magazine for Rifles, 766
  • Brock's Engine for Fast Paddle Steamers, 39
  • Bromfield-Ingersoll Rock Drill, 360
  • Brooklyn Sugar Refinery Company's Pier Hydraulic Hoisting Apparatus, 61. See LETTER, 1 12
  • Brown's Controlling Gear on " City of Paris," 659
  • Brush's Residence, Light and Power Installation, 624
  • Bryce•Douglas, The Late A. D., 428, 566. See LETTERS
  • Buckland's Stanley Marine Boiler, Test of, 616.
  • See LETTERS, Stanley Boiler
  • Budapest Exhthition, 262
  • Builders' Exhibition, 533
  • Bulkheads, Board of Trade Committee on, 681 763
  • Burner, Wigham's Improved Lighthouse, 533
  • Burning Petroleum, Tweddle's System, 622
  • Burrell's Steam Road Roller, 646
  • Bury, Boiler Explosion at, 768
  • Cable Conduits (Electric) of Paris. See Electric Mains
  • Cable, Submarine, Telegraph Enterprise, 471, 533
  • Cable Traction Railroad Construction in America, Light, 36 '
  • Calculating Furnace Charges, 608
  • Cambridge University, Engineering at, 470
  • Cammell's Exhibit at Naval Exhibition, 670, 693
  • Cammell's Steel Works at Sheffield, 670, 693
  • Canadian Pacific Route to East, 624
  • Canal, Japan, The Kioto-Fu, 738
  • Canal from Sheffield to the Sea, 109
  • Canet, Biographical Sketch of, 78
  • Canet Gun, Trial of 66-Ton, 249
  • Canet Guns, General Principles of, 78
  • " Capitan Prat," Chilian Ironclad, 22
  • Carbutt, Mr. E , and Davey, Mr. H , on Rock Drills, 360
  • Cardiff, Clarence Bridge over River Taff at, 127, 1 85, 276, 349. See LETTERS, Eye-Bars, 243, 288
  • Carriage Lock (Railway), Zippmann and Furthmann's, 199
  • Carriage, Passenger, for the Hoellenthal Railway, 243, 304. See also 153
  • Carriage, Serpollet Steam, 315
  • Carriages (Naval and Field) for Hotchkiss Guns, 91, 125, 242, 301, 327, 355
  • Carriages for Torpedoes (Canet), 30
  • Carrington, Mr. W. T. H., on the Storage of Petroleum, 449
  • Casey, Dr. John, F.R.S., 144
  • Cast-Iron Cutting Tools, 375
  • Castings, Heavy Steel, in America, 255. See 608
  • Castings, Steel, The Manufacture of, 765
  • Castle Liner " Dunottar Castle" (Fairfield Com party), 10, 159, 339, 535
  • Cattle-Carrying Ships, The Board of Agriculture and, 712
  • Cement Grinding Machinery (Neate's, Rochester), 1 31
  • Cement Testing Machine, A New, 738
  • Cement Testing at St. Louis Water Works Extension, 285
  • Centenary of American Patent System 376, 679
  • Central London Railway Bill, The, 286, 304 See Paragraphs, 643, 761
  • Centre-Board Yachts Building on the Clyde, 262
  • Certain Phenomena of Compression, 369
  • Chains, Weldless Steel, 524
  • Chandler Engine and Crompton Dynamo, 645
  • Changes in Iron Produced by Thermal Treatment, 582, 630
  • Channel Telephone Cable, The, 348. See also 643
  • Channel Tunnel, Irish, 225
  • Charcoal (Oak) for Moulding, 157, 259
  • Chatelier Pyrometer, La, 561, 581
  • Chatterton, Mr. A., on Periyar Irrigation Works, 1 65
  • Cheesewright, Mr. F. H., on Harbours Natural and Artificial, 843

Chicago :

  • Auditorium Buildings, 400, 490
  • Electric Lighting, 721
  • Seaport, 207

Chicago Exhibition, 1893:

  • Administration Buildings, 667
  • Agricultural Buildings, 635
  • Arrangement of Buildings and Prospects, 372, 520, 635
  • Commission and Delegates to Britain, 736
  • Congress on Social and other Progress, 650
  • Electricity Building, 700
  • Illinois State Buildings, 461
  • International Engineering Congress, 707
  • Machinery Hall, 758
  • Mining Buildings, 636
  • Prospects of British and Foreign Countries
  • Participating, 16, 222, 736
  • United States Government Buildings, 245
  • Chignecto Ship Railway, The, 285
  • Chili, War in, 536, 566, 652, 677. See LETTERS
  • Chilian Ironclad " Capitan Prat," The, 22
  • Chimney Draught, 60
  • Churchill's Controlling Apparatus for Multiple
  • Cylinder Engines (Messrs. Durham,' Churchill, and Co., London), 715
  • Cinder Puddling, 605
  • Circulating, Air, and Feel Pumps, for Electric Station, 671 (Brush Company, London). See Erratum, 701
  • Circulating and Air Pumps for United States Battleship " Maine" (Blake Manufacturing Company), 615
  • Circulating Pumps, 81
  • Circulation in Boilers. See LErricas
  • " City of Brockton," American Fall River Steamer, 95
  • " City of Paris" and " City of New York," S.S.'s, Performances, 545, 724. See LErrnts, Atlantic Records
  • " City of Paris," Inman Liner, 47, 545, 559, 617, 675, 724. See LETTER, 696. Paragraph, 617
  • " City of Rome's" Performances, 724
  • City and South London Electric Railway, Electric Interlocking of Signals, 80
  • City and South London Electric Railway to Islington, 346. See also 435

Civil Engineers, The Institution of : 22, 566, 643

  • Annual Report and Meeting, 643
  • Auxiliary Engines in Connection with the Modern Marine Engine, by Mr. W. H. Allen, 81
  • Historical Sketch of Institution, 22
  • Machine Stoking, by Mr. John Frederick Spencer, 172
  • Electric Mining Machinery, by Messrs. Llewelyn B. and Claude W. Atkinson, 198
  • On the Subterranean Water in the Chalk Formation of the Upper Thames and its Relation to the Supply of London, by Mr. J. Thornhill Harrison, 285
  • The Cost of the Generation and Distribution of Electrical Energy, by Mr. R. E. B. Crompton, 442
  • On the Reception and Storage of Refined Petroleum in Bulk, by Mr. W. T. H. Carrington, 449
  • Railway Train Lighting, by Mr. William Langdon, 600
  • Receptions, 22, 80
  • " Clacton Belle," Fast Paddle Steamer (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39
  • Clarence Bridge over River Taff, Cardiff, 127, 1 85. 276, 349. See LETTERS, Eye-Bars, 243, 288 Clark's Granite Roller Paint Mill, 627. See Erratum, 647
  • Clayton, The Late Mr. Nathaniel, 17
  • Cleaning and Washing Coal at Messrs. Merry and Cuninghame's (Luhrig's System), 184
  • Cleveland. See Notes from Cleveland Climax Rock Drill (Stephens'), 360
  • Clock giving Direction of the Earth's Orbital Motion in the Ether, 740
  • Cloth Pressing Machine (Nusseys and Leach-man, Leeds), 276
  • Clyde River Improvements, 106
  • Clyde Shipbuilding in 1890, 113
  • Coal Cleaning and Washing Plant, Luhrig's, 184
  • Coal Endurance of Warships (Naval Manoeuvres), 15, 43
  • Coal in Tonquin, Smokeless, 80
  • Coast Defence, Railways for, 589
  • Coast Defense Ships, 364, 365, 382
  • Cobalt Glass, Absorption Spectrum of, 215 Cockerill Air Compressors, 298, 327, 419, 513. Sec !Arms, 376
  • Coles' Rock Drill, 360
  • College (University), London, 128
  • Collins v. Cunard Line, 483
  • Collisions at Sea, Important Enactment regard. ing, 110
  • Colonial Development and British Trade, Ten Years of, 341
  • Colonial Exhibition at Paris, The 1893, 470 Colonial Federation (The War of.Tariffs), 343 Colonies. See Rotes, Foreign and Colonial Colour Printing (Oldtleld's), 653
  • Colour, A Standard of, 651. See LETTERS Columbian Exhibition of 1893. See Chicago Exhibition
  • Commercial Treaties, International (The War of Tariffs), 343
  • Commission and Delegate to Britain re Chicago Exhibition, 736
  • Compagnie Parisienne de l'Air Comprime, The, 119, 149
  • Compound Condensing Engine (Musgrave, Bolton), 663
  • Compound Engines, American Practice, 750 Compound Engines, Single-Acting (Westinghouse), 89
  • Compound Locomotive, Lindner's System, 13 Compound Marine Engines. See Engines Compressed Air System of Paris, 297 327, 419, 613. See LErrER, 376
  • Compressibility of Liquids, Measuring, 628 Concrete in Harbour Works, 469
  • Concrete and Iron Beams, Tests of, 522. See LETTERS
  • Condenser, Regulation of Injection Water to, 61.
  • Conduits, Electric Cable, of Paris. See Electric Mains
  • Congo, Steamer for the (Thornycroft), 246
  • Congress at Chicago in 1893, An International Engineering, 707
  • Congress of Hygiene (International), 313, 596
  • Congress on Social and other Progress, Chicago Exhibition, 650
  • Connecting-Rods of American Engines, 121
  • Construction of Boilers adapted to Forced
  • Draught, 335, 373, 388. See LErrERs
  • Controlling Appliance for Multiple Cylinder Engines (Durham, Churchill, and Co.'s), 715
  • Controlling Gear for Engines of " City of Paris," (Messrs. Brown Brothers, Edinburgh), 659
  • Copper-Depositing Process, Elmore's, 141. See LETTER, 170
  • Copper Joints, The Strength of Rivetted, 497
  • Copper Smelting, Basic Linings in, 76
  • Copper Smelting at Leeds, 653
  • Cores (Iron) of Electrical Apparatus, 53
  • Cornea Engines. See Engine Practice in America Corner to Advance Shipping Freights, 601
  • Cornish Boiler Experiments, 677
  • Cornish Mining Rock Drills, 360
  • Corrosion, Protection of Ships' Bottoms by Lacquering, 196
  • Cost of Arc and Sunbeam Lamps Compared, 501
  • Cost of National Defence, 46. See LErrns on Cost of Defence and Officers' Pay
  • Cost of Transmitting Power, 223, 250, 284. See Erratum, 243. See LETTERS, Electric Traction Data
  • Counsel's Practice on Private Bills, 252. See also 305, 465
  • Crane Excavator (Steam), 70
  • Crane, Fairbairn Steam, 60-Ton, 671
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam (Mr. Thos. Smith, Rodley), 743
  • Cranes, Hydraulic Travelling, 89
  • Cranks, Crankshafts, and Crankpins of American Engines, 59
  • Crankshaft (Fractured) of H.M.S. "Crocodile," 1 98
  • Crankshafts, 424, 444
  • Cream Separator, Alexandra Centrifugal (Messrs. Lister, Dursley), 637
  • Creud de Latouche System of Armoured Forts, 458
  • CreusOt and Hotchkiss Iron-Protected Forts, 421
  • Crompton Dynamo, Chandler Engine and, 645
  • Crompton, Mr. R. E. B., on Electrical Energy, 442
  • Crookes, Mr. Wm., Address to Electrical Engineers, 107
  • Croton Aqueduct, Repairing the, 711
  • Cruiser " Maine," United States Navy, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 51
  • Cruiser " Pelayo," The Spanish (Forges et Chantiers), 334
  • Cruiser (Second-Class) " Sybille" (Messrs. R. Stephenson and Co., Hebburn), 23
  • Cruiser (Second-Class) for British Navy, Trial of " Latona," 169, 189. See LETTERS, " Latona "
  • Cruisers, American, 365, 382, 379, 413, 492
  • Cruisers, New British First-Class, 251, 283. See also 331
  • Crushing Plant, Gold (Messrs. Harvey, Cornwall), 426
  • Cunard v. Collins Line, 483. See also 420, 517, 645, 724. See LETTERS
  • Cupolas, Apparatus for Feeding Borings into, (Hansen, Holland), 257
  • Current Phenomena, Alternating, 710
  • Cut-Off Engines, American Practice, 456, 522, 647, 696
  • Cutting Spurwheels, A New Mode of, 66, 90
  • Cutting Tools, Cast-Iron, 375
  • Cylinder, Assistant, 426, 430. See LErrER, Joy's Gear
  • Cylinders of American Engines, 210
  • Dairy at Doncaster Show, 766
  • Darlce's Inkstand, 100
  • Data, Ballistic, of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 4, 5, 32, 274, 356, 387
  • Davey, Mr. H., and Carbutt, Mr. E., on Rock Drills, 360
  • Daw Rock Drill, 360
  • Dawson, Mr. Bernard, on Gas Furnaces, 155, 607, 511. See Erratum, 189
  • De Naeycr's Water-Tube Boiler, Experiments by Mr. Br} an Donkbo, Jun., and Professor Kennedy, 236
  • Debts of the Colonies, 841
  • December Weather, 45
  • Deck Mount for Guns, 271, 327
  • Deep Tunnel Railway ; Central London, 286, 301. See Paragraph, 643
  • Deep Tunnel Railway s, New York, 435. See also 1 61, 397
  • Defects in Projectiles, Sir Frederick Abel en, 664
  • Defence, The Cost of National, 46. See LErrEas, Cost of Defence and Officers' Pay
  • Defence, Imperial, 311. See also 331, 364
  • Defence, Railways for Coast, 589
  • Deflections on Ships due to Water Pressure, 397. See also 396, 447, 629
  • Denny, Dr., on Marine Engineering Practice Forty Years Ago, 768
  • Denny's Compound Engines for Fast Paddle Steamers, 39
  • Design, The Elements of Machine, 486
  • Designs of Battleships, Lord Brassey on, 331, 364. See LErrEits, Engineers for Navy
  • Desmarest Percussion Fuze, 271
  • Development of the Art of Mining, 200, 261, 351
  • Diagram of Shipbuilding Production, 113
  • Discharge of Pipes, 194
  • Dissociation into Ions, Theory of, 450
  • Distortion of Steel Vessels due to Loading, 396. See also 397, 446
  • Distribution of Compressed Air, 327, 419, 513. See LairrEns, 376
  • Distribution of Electrical Energy, 442
  • District Messenger Service, The, 128
  • Dixon, The Late Mr. John, 168, 344
  • Dock, Graving, at Newport News, U.S.A., 120
  • Dock, Salford (Manchester Canal), 72
  • Dockers' Balance Sheet, 620
  • Doncaster Show, 752
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, Jun., and Professor Kennedy, on Boiler Experiments (Water-Tube), 236, 577
  • " Dorothy," Steam Tug (Newport News Dry
  • Dock and Shipbuilding Company), 758
  • Dover Harbour Improvement, 106
  • Drainage of London, 316
  • Draught, Chimney, 60
  • Draught Fans, Forced, 81
  • Dredger-Elevatol, Floating, and Spoil Distributor, Smulders', 214
  • Dredger for Excavating Gold-Bearing River Beds (Messrs. Lacour and Figee, Haarlem), 39
  • Dredging and Amalgamating Plant, Placer's, (Bennett Amalgamator Company), 380
  • Dredging Plant for River Weser Improvement (Werf-Conrad Shipbuilding and Engineering Company), 70
  • Drift Bolts, The Holding Power of, 314
  • Drill and Carriage at Transandine Railway Works (Ferroux), 603
  • Drill, Radial (Universal Company of Cincinnati), 702
  • Drilling Machine, Boiler Shell (Messrs. Booth, Halifax), 475
  • Drilling Machine, Swing-Jib Countersunk (Jones, Burton, and Co., Liverpool), 682
  • Drilling Plant, Transandine Railway, 481, 603
  • Drummond's Glow Lamps, Shades, and Protectors, 257
  • Dry Dock at Newport News, U.S.A., 120
  • "Duchess of Hamilton," Fast Paddle Steamer (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39
  • Dumbartonshire, Caledonian Railway, 767
  • Dundee Harbour, Proposed Automatic Railway for, 632
  • Dundee Shipbuilding in 1800, 113
  • "Dunottar Castle," South African Mail Steamer (Fairfield Company), 10, 158, 339, 535
  • Dynamo, Chandler Engine and Crompton, 645
  • Dynamo and Engine Combined (Messrs. W. Smit and Co., Holland), 702
  • Dynamo, Turbine (Steam) and Alternate Current, 504
  • Dynamos and Engine for Ship Lighting, 82
  • Dynamos at Lauffen-Neuhausen's Aluminium Works, 229. See Erratum, 243
  • Dynamos, Schuckert, at Frankfort Exhibition, 613
  • Dynamos at Transandine Railway Works (Escher, Wyss, and Co., Zurich), 603. See also 481
  • Eastern Telegraph Company's Operations, 471
  • Eastham Locks, Manchester Canal, 306, 767
  • Eastham Section, Manchester Canal, Flooding the, 767
  • Eclipse Rock Drill (Hathorn), 360
  • Economics of Electrofusion, Notes on the, 503
  • Economy of the Steam Jacket, 60
  • Edinburgh and its Railways, 374, 432
  • Edison Company's Paris Electric Lighting Installation, 236
  • Edison, The Sims-Edison Torpedo, 636
  • Edison's Kinetograph, 678
  • Education of Engineers, The, 285
  • Egypt, The Railways of, 687
  • Eiffel Tower, The New Mercurial Pressure Gauge on, 469
  • Electric Alternating Current Phenomena, 710
  • Electric, Comparative Cost of Arc and Sunbeam Lamps, 501
  • Electric Currents, Measuring the Power of, 740
  • Electric Elevator, The Otis, 671
  • Electric Exhibition, The St. Pancras, 344
  • Electric and Hydraulic Transmission of Power, by Mr. Robert Gordon Blaine, 612, 665
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps, The Deterioration of, 105
  • Electric Interlocking of Signals, City and South
  • London Electric Railway, 80
  • Electric Light Company, Limited, St. James's and Pall Mall, 255
  • Electric Light and Power Installation (Brush's Residence), 621
  • Electric Lighting in Chicago, 721
  • Electric Lighting, Engines and Dynamos for Shipboard, 82
  • Electric Lighting, Glasgow Corporation and, 712

Electric Mains of Paris :

  • Compagnie Parisienne de l'Air Comprime, Systeme Victor Popp, 119, 149
  • Edison Company, The, 236
  • Place Clichy Company, 149, 177
  • Societe d'F,clairage et de Force par l'Electricite, 180, 211
  • Electric Mining Machinery, 198
  • Electric Monarch Magnetic Ore Separator, 501
  • Electric, Parsons' Turbo-Electric Generator, 504
  • Electric Pinnace for Government, 309
  • Electric Railway to Islington, Proposed, 345. See also 435
  • Electric Railway, Shepherd's Bush and Cornhill, 286, 304. See Paragraphs, 643, 761
  • Electric Railway Signalling (Martin and Theodor Perls), 315
  • Electric Standards, 232
  • Electric Tramway, Cost of Working., 223, 250, 284. See Erratum, 243. See LETFER8, Electric Traction Date
  • Electric Transmission of Power. See Electric Tramway
  • Electrical Apparatus, Iron Cores, 63
  • Electrical, Combined Engine and Dynamo (Messrs. W. Smit and Co., Holland), 702
  • Electrical Current Transformer (Lahmeyer and Co., Frankfort), 642
  • Electrical Energy, Generation and Distribution of, 442
  • Electrical Plant at Lauffen-Neuhausen Aluminium Works, 229. See Erratum, 243
  • Electrical, Royal Society Conversazione, 561
  • Electrical Torpedo, The Sims-Edison, 536
  • Electrical, Wimshurst's Alternating Influence Machine, 461
  • Electricians' Exhibition, London, 633
  • Electricity Building, Chicago Exhibition, 700
  • Electricity, Chronological History of, 682, 689, 717, 744
  • Electricity, Glow Lamp Shades and Protectors (Drummond), 257
  • Electricity, Suez Canal Night Traffic, 375
  • Electro-Motors at Transandine Railway Works (Oerlikon Company, Zurich), 603. See also 481
  • Electro-Technical Exhibition, Frankfort, 561, 613, 622, 641, 671, 672, 680, 699, 711, 737, 765 Electrofusion, Notes on the Economics of, 503 Electrolysis, Some Points in, 450
  • Electrolytic Deposition of Copper, Elmore's Process, 141. See LETTRR, 170
  • Electrostatic Wattmeter, Note on, 383
  • Elements of Machine Design, The, 486
  • Elevation Indicator and Range Finder, Fiske's, 505
  • Elevator, Floating, and Spoil Distributor, Smulder's, 214
  • Elevators, Otis Passenger, 613, 671
  • Ellesmere Port, Jetty at, Manchester Canal, 243
  • Elmore's Copper-Depositing Procese, 141. See LETTBR, 170
  • Engine, Compound Condensing, for Bombay Cotton Mill (Musgrave, Bolton), 653
  • Engine, and Crompton Dynamo, Chandler, 645
  • Engine Drivers' Hours of Employment, 137, 243, 315. See LErrxa, 169
  • Engine and Dynamo, Combined (Messrs. W. Smit and Co., Holland), 702
  • Engine (Marine), Development of the, 84. See Lierritits, Boilers in the Navy
  • Engine, Priestman's Oil, 730, 764
  • Engine-Room Practice, by Mr. Wm. W. Wilson, 658

Engine (Stationary) Practice in America:

  • Bearing (Independent), Engines with, 3
  • Bearings, Main, 69
  • Bedplates, 2
  • Compound Engines, 760
  • Connecting- Rods, 121
  • Corliss Engines. See Cut-Off Engines
  • Cranks, Crankshafts, and Crankpins, 59
  • Cut-Off Engines, 455, 622, 647, 696
  • Cylinders, 210
  • Flywheels, 210
  • High-Speed Automatic Cut-Off Engines, 455 522, 547, 637, 696
  • Independent Bearing, Engines with, 3
  • Introduction, 1
  • Main Bearings, 59
  • Pistons and their Rods, 210
  • Releasing Gear on High-Speed Automatic Cut-off Engines, 637
  • Throttling Engine, 295
  • Engine Trials, 453. See LETTER, 527
  • Engine Trials, Marine, 647, 568. See Erratum, 696. See LETTER, " Iona's" Trials
  • Engine, Wolf's Semi-Portable Compound, 727
  • Engineering at Cambridge Univereity, 470
  • Engineering Congress at Chicago, 1895, An
  • International, 707
  • Engineering Forty Years Ago, 768
  • Engineering Industries, 73
  • Engineering (Marine) and Shipbuilding in 1890, 26, 113
  • Engineering Practice, Marine (Mudd's Methods), 424, 444
  • Engineers, The Education of, 285
  • Engineers' Exhibition, 533
  • Engineers, Naval, 467. See Miscellanea, 491. See LETTERS
  • Engineers in the Navy. See LETTERS
  • Enginemakers' (Steam) Society, 591
  • Engines, Auxiliary, on Shipboard, 81
  • Engines (Compound Beam) of " Puritan" (Mr. John Roach, Chester, Pa.), 64, 94. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Engines, Compound, for Fast Paddle Steamers (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39
  • Engines and Dynamo for Ship Lighting, 82
  • Engines, Experimental, for Japan College (Messrs. Ross and Duncan, Govan, Glasgow), 171
  • Engines, Gas v. Steam, 463. See LETTER, 627
  • Engines, Oil, Gas, and Steam, at Doncaster Show, 752
  • Engines, Pumping, Standard Method of Conducting Duty Trials of, 36
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion Launch (Messrs. Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 667
  • Engines, Reversing, 82
  • Engines, Single-Acting Compound (Westinghouse), 89
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of " City of Paris" (Inman Liner), Messrs. J. and G. Thomson, Limited, Clydebank, 659. See LErnot, 596
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, with Morton's Valve Gear, S.S. "City of Vienna" (Messrs. J. and J. Thomson, Glasgow), 398
  • Engines (Triple-Expansion), South African Mail S.S. " Dunottar Castle" (Fairfield Company), 10, 158, 339, 635
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of S.S. " Indra " (Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Liverpool), 525
  • Engines of United States Cruiser " Yorktown "
  • (Horizontal Triple-Expansion Surface Condensing) (Quintard Company), 370, 492
  • Engines, Vapour, 61
  • Erecting Prisms for Optical Lanterns, 639
  • Ericcson, Life of John (Literature), 177
  • Estimates, The Navy, 249, 281, 311
  • " Etruria" Performances, 545. See LETTERS, Atlantic Records
  • Rupee Flachat, 664
  • European Armies and Navies, The Cost of, 46. See Litrricas, Cost of Defence and Officers' Pap European Railway Passenger Fares, 109, 371
  • Evaporators, Weir's, S.S. " Dunottar Castle," 10
  • Ewald, Mr. W., on the Motions Observed in the Hawkesbury Bridge, 173. See Lamm Excavating Gold-Bearing River Beds, Dredger for (Messrs. E. F. Laoour and Thos. Figee, Haarlem, Holland), 39
  • Excavator, Steam Crane (Messrs. Wilson, Liverpool), 70
  • Excel Grinding Mill (Leachman's, Leeds), 199
  • Excursions of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 120
  • Exhibition at Budapest, 262
  • Exhibition (Chicago) of 1893. See Chicago Exhibition
  • Exhibition, The 1892 Colonial, at Paris, 470
  • Exhibition, Disposal of Surplus of Glasgow, 168
  • Exhibition, Electricians', Engineers', Builders', and Ironmongers', 633
  • Exhibition, Frankfort Electro-Technical, 561, 613, 622, 641, 671, 672, 680, 699, 711, 737, 765
  • Exhibition, Meteorological Society's, 276, 845
  • Exhibition, Naval, 192, 630, 670
  • Exhibition (Paris) Diplomas, 47. See Lamas, 68
  • Exhibition, The St. Pancras Electric, 344
  • Exhibition, The Tasmanian, 167
  • Exhibition, Trials of Rock Drills at Mining, 360
  • Expansion Gear for Compound Locomotives, 196
  • Experimental Engines for Japan College (Messrs. Ross and Duncan, Govan, Glasgow), 171
  • Experiments with Red-Hot Furnace Crowns, 145, 202, 290, 321, 476. See Lamas
  • Experiments, Steam Boiler, by Mr. Donkin, Jun., and Professor Kennedy, 236, 577
  • Explosion, Boiler, near Aberdeen, 647
  • Explosion, Boiler, at Cheam, 384
  • Explosion, Boiler, at Jarrow, 98
  • Explosion, Locomotive Boiler, near Leeds, 267
  • Explosions, Boiler, at Liverpool, Wellington, and West Butterwick, 40
  • Explosions, Boiler, at Newcastle and Bury, 768
  • Explosives, High, 270, 373
  • Fairbairn Steam Crane, 50-Ton (Messrs. Cowan, Sheldon, and Co., Limited, Carlisle), 671
  • Fall River Line of Steamers, 64, 94. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Falls of Niagara, The Utilisation of. See Niagara Fans for Forced Draught, 81
  • Faraday Centenary, 785
  • Fares on European Railways, 109, 371
  • February Weather, 282
  • Federation, Australasian (The War of Tariffs), 343
  • Feed, Air, and Circulating Pumps for Electric Station (Brush Company), 671. See Erratum, 701
  • Feeding Borings into Cupolas, Apparatus for (Hansen's) 257
  • Ferroux Rock Drills at Transandine Railway Works, 603. See also 481
  • Field Artillery by Lieut.-Colonel Walford, R.A., 270, 373. See also 497
  • Field Gun, Hotohkiss, 91, 152, 242, 327
  • Field Guns, 270, 373. See Lsrraas, Guns, (Dc.
  • Fifeshire Caledonian Railway, 767
  • Figee's Dredgers, 39
  • Filter, Berkefeld, 703
  • Fireproof Building Construction, 436
  • Firing Particulars of Hotokiss Revolver Cannon, 1 52, 180, 210
  • Flake's Range Finder and Elevation Indicator, 505
  • Flank Defence Gun, Hotchkiss, 126, 152
  • Fletcher, Mr. Lavington E., on Red-Hot Furnace Crown Experiments, 145, 202, 290, 321, 476. See LErrzas
  • Flexible Tubing, 60
  • Floating Elevator and Spoil Distributor, Smulders', 214
  • Flooding the Eastham Section of Manchester Canal, 767
  • Flow of Water through Pipes, The, 194
  • Flues, Overheated, Experiments with, 145, 202, 290, 321, 476. See LETTER, 318
  • Flying Machine. See LETTERS
  • Flywheels of American Engines, 210
  • Focometer ; Royal Society Conversazione, 661
  • Foot Press (Richardson's), 319. Sec Erratum, 369
  • Forced Draught, The Construction of Boilers adapted to, 335, 373, 388. See Larrzas
  • Forced Draught, Howden's, in " City of Paris," 47, 659. See Lanza, " City of Paris," 596
  • Forced Draught, Howden's, S.S. " City of Vienna," 398
  • Forced Draught Trials (Mechanical Engineers), 647, 668. See Erratum, 696. See Lamas, " Iona's" Trials
  • Foreign Artillery, 270, 373. See also 497
  • Forgings in the United States, 608
  • Forth Shipbuilding in 1890, 118
  • Forts, Armoured, Fixed and Travelling, 421, 468, 486
  • Foster, Pi ()tenor C. Le Neve, on Progress of the Art of Mining, 200, 261, 851
  • Fouling, Protection of Ships' Bottoms by Lacquering, 19§
  • Fractured Crankshaft of H.M.S. " Crocodile," 198
  • Frankfort Electro-Technical Exhibition, 661, 613, 622, 641, 671, 672, 680, 699, 111, 731, 765
  • Freight Corner, 501
  • French Artilley, Modern. See Artillery
  • French Central Battery Ironclad, " Trident," 215
  • French Prosecutions of Turpin re Melinite, 616. See Miscellanea, 733
  • French Shipping Subsidies, 281. See also 312
  • French Transatlantic Company's Steamer " Bourgogne," 593
  • Friction, An Experiment with a Lubricant, 89
  • Friction, Research Committee on (Institution of Mechanical Engineers), 357, 478
  • Frost of 1890.91, The Great, 227
  • Froude's Appliance for Testing Speed of Ships (H.M.S. " Vulcan"), 524
  • Fuel Economy and Machine Stoking, 172
  • Fuel, Petroleum as, on the Pacific Coast, 621
  • Furnace Charges, Calculating, 608
  • Furnace Crown Experiments, Red-Hot, 145, 202, 290, 321, 476. See LETTER, 318
  • Furnaces, Gas, 155, 607, 541. See Erratum, 189
  • Furthmnann and Zippmann's Railway Carriage Locks, 199
  • Fuzes, 271
  • Galvanism, Chronological History of, 682, 689, 717, 744
  • Gardner Typewriter, The, 646
  • Gas Engines, 752
  • Gas Furnaces, 165, 507, 541. See Erratum, 189
  • Gas v. Steam Power, 453. See LETTER, 527 Gas, Water. See LErrERs
  • "Gascogne," The French Transatlantic Steamer, 693
  • Gates' Ore Breaker, 727
  • Gauge, New Mercurial Pressure, on Eiffel Tower, 469
  • Gauges, Rain and Evaporation, 275, 345
  • Gear Wheel Cutting, New Mode of, 55, 90
  • German Magazine Rifle, 675. See also 163, 221, 228, 309, 405
  • Glasgow. See Notes from the North
  • Glasgow Corporation and Electric Lighting, 712
  • Glasgow Exhibition Surplus, Disposal of, 168
  • Glasgow Barbour Improvements, 106, 439
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway Amalgamation, 143
  • Glass, Absorption Spectrum of Cobalt, 215
  • Glasses, The Jena Optical, 499, 514. See LBTVIRS
  • Glazebrook, Mr. R. T., on the Resistance of some Mercury Standards, 628
  • Glow Lamp Shades and Protectors (Drummond), 267
  • Gold-Bearing River Beds, Dredger for Excavating (Messrs. Lacour and Figee, Haarlem), 39
  • Gold-Crushing and Amalgamating Plant (Messrs. Harvey, Cornwall), 428
  • Governing Engines, " City of Paris," 659
  • Government Employds as Patentees, 221. See LETTERs, Patentees
  • Granite Roller Paint Mill, Clark's, 627. See Erratum,, 647
  • Graving Dock at Newport News, U.S.A., 120
  • Gravity. Acceleration of, 98
  • Grays Sewerage, 701
  • Green, Mr. J. F., on Steam Lifeboats, 97 Greenwich Weather Observations in 1890, 77
  • Greig, The Late David, 378, 407. See LETTERs Grinding Machinery, Cement (Neate's, Rochester), 1 31
  • Grinding Mill, The Excel (Messrs. W. B. Leach-man and Co., Leeds), 199
  • Guards, Railway, Hours of Employment and Overtime, 223, 213, 315
  • Gun Castings, Sir Frederick Abel on, 663
  • Gun Manufacture in the United States, 608
  • Gun, 6-In. Quick-Firing, Trials on H.M.S. " Kite," 218. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Gun, Trial of a 16-Ton Canet, 249
  • Gunboat, Stern-Wheel, for the Russian Government (Messrs. Yarrow), 699
  • Guns, Big, 270, 373, 497. See LETTERS
  • Hammer, Pneumatic, for Tyres (Messrs. Breuer, Schumacher, and Co., Kalk), 399
  • Hammer, Suspension Pneumatic Power (Thwaita), 306
  • Hansen's Apparatus for Feeding Borings into Cupolas, 257
  • Harbour Improvements at Glasgow,106, 439
  • Harbour Schemes, New, 106
  • Harbour Works, Concrete in, 469
  • Harbour Works at Yokohama, 632
  • Harbour s, Natural and Artificial, 843
  • Hardening, Oil, of Steel, 573, 599. See Lama, Artillery Steel
  • Harrison, Mr. J. Thornhill, M. Inst. C.E., on the Water Supply of London, 285
  • Harvey's Gold - Crushing and Amalgamating Plant, 426
  • Hassard and Tyrrell's Scheme for London Water Supply, Welsh Scheme, 194
  • " Havel," North German Lloyd, S.S., 487. See also 568
  • Hawkesbury Bridge, Motions in the, 173. See LETTERS
  • Hawkshaw, Sir John, F.R.S., 679
  • Hay and Straw Baling Press, Ladd's (Messrs. Howard, Bedford), 730
  • Heat Transmission through Cast•Iron Plates, 61
  • H.M.S. " Bellona's" Trials (Mr. R. Mansel on Coefficient), 266
  • H.M.S. " Crocodile," The Fractured Crankshaft of, 198
  • H.M.S. " Latona," 169, 189. See Unitas H.M.S. " Philomel's" Trials, 369. See Lamm H.M.S. " Sybille" (Messrs. It. Stephenson and Co., Hebburn), 23
  • H.M.S. " Vulcan," 524
  • High Speed Automatic Cut-Off Engine, American, 466, 622, 547, 637,696
  • Historical Sketch, Institution of Civil Engineers, 22
  • History (Chronological) of Electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism, and the Telegraph, 682, 689, 717, 744
  • Hoellenthal Rack Railway, 139, 163, 243, 304. See LwrrEits, 376, 441
  • Hoisting (Hydraulic) Apparatus at Brooklyn, 01. See Lorrzal 112
  • Hoists, Otis Passenger, 613, 671
  • Horizontal Triple-Expansion Surface Condenser Engines for United States Cruiser " Yorktown" Nuintard Company), 379, 492
  • Hotchkiss and CreusOt Iron Protected Forts, 421
  • Hotchkiss Gun, 10-Centimetre (3.39-In.), 271, 301
  • Hotchkiss Guns (Naval and Field), 91, 125, 162, 1 80, 210, 242, 271, 301, 327, 355, 387
  • Hotchkiss and Schneider's Armoured Forts, 468, 486
  • Houldsworth's Boiler Inspection and Registration Bill (1891), 316, 403. See LETrints on Boiler Inspection
  • Hours of Labour in Various Trades, 404
  • Hours of Railway Employds, 137, 193, 223, 243, 316 See Lima, 169
  • Household Refuse, 590
  • Howden's, Forced Draught " City of Paris," 47, 659. See LETTsR, "City of Paris," 596
  • Howden's Forced Draught, S S. " City of Vienna," 398
  • Hydraulic and Electric Transmission of Power, by Mr. Robert Gordon Blaine, 612, 665
  • Hydraulic Hoisting Apparatus at Brooklyn Sugar Refining Company's Pier, 61. See LwrrER
  • Hydraulic Machinery for Guns, 331, 364 Hydraulic Propulsion of Lifeboats, 97
  • Hydraulic Travelling Cranes, 89
  • Hydraulics, Flow of Water through Pipes, 194 Hygiene, The International Congress of, 313, 596
  • Illinois State Buildings, Chicago Exhibition, 461
  • Imperial Defence, 311. See also 331, 3E3
  • Implements at Doncaster Show, 755
  • Incandescent Lampe, The Deterioration of, 105
  • Incrustation of Boilers, 368, 539
  • Independent Bearing, American Engines with, 3
  • Industrial Notes, 24, 51, 83, 115, 143, 171, 199, 231, 257, 289, 319, 350, 381, 411, 443, 475, 506, 537, 567, 598, 627, 667, 685, 715, 743, 771 Industries of Richmond, U.S.A., 120
  • Influence Machine, Wimshuret's Alternating, 461
  • Ingersoll Hand Power Rock Drill, 380
  • Ingersoll-Mayne Rock Drill, 360
  • Injection Water to Condenser, Regulation of, 61 Inkstand, Darke's, 100
  • Inman Line, Historical, 517. See also 646
  • Inman Liner " City of Paris," Trials of, 659, 617, 675. See LETTER, City of Paris, 596. Paragraph, 617
  • Inspection of Boilers, Compulsory, 316, 403
  • Inspection of Iron and Steel. Sir Frederick Abel on, 564
  • Institution of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects
  • Instruments, Surveying and LevetNng, 456
  • Interlocking of Signals, Electric ; City and South London Electric Railway, 80
  • International Congress of Hygiene, 313, 596
  • International Engineering Congress, 707
  • Ions, Experiments on the Velocities of the, 628
  • Ions, Theory of Dissociation into, 450
  • Ireland, Shipbuilding in 1890, 26
  • Irish Channel Tunnel, 225
  • Irlam Sluices, Manchester Canal, 306
  • Iron Beams and Concrete, Teets of, 522. See LErrE as
  • Iron Oores of Electrical Apparatus, 53
  • Iron Production, American, 592
  • Iron Trade, Scotch Statistics, 17

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Bessemer Medal Presented to Lord Armstrong, 664
  • On Tests for Steel Used in the Manufacture of Artillery, by Mr. William Armstrong, D.C. L., 578, 599. See LErrms, Artillery Steel
  • On Certain Pyrometric Measurements and the Method of Recording Them, by Professor Roberts-Austen, C.B., F.R.S., 681 See also 561
  • On the Micro-Structure of Steel, by M. Os-mond, 582, 716
  • On the Changes of Iron Produced by Thermal Treatment (Supplementary Paper), by Dr. E. J. Ball, 582, 630
  • On Economical Puddling and Puddling Cinder, by Mr. Thomas Turner, 605
  • On a Graphic Method of Calculating the Composition of Furnace Charges, by Mr. II. C. Jenkins, F.C.S., 608
  • On the Manufacture of War Material in the
  • United States, by W. H. Jacques, 608 Presidential Address by Sir Frederick Abel, 563
  • Report of Council, 563
  • Iron Works, The Tredegar, U.S.A., 120
  • Ironclad " Capitsn Prat," The Chilian, 22
  • Ironclad, French, " Trident," 215
  • Ironclads, New British, 251, 283. See also 331
  • Ironfounders' Society, 708
  • Ironmongers' Exhibition, 533
  • Ironmoulders of Scotland, Associated, 435
  • Irrigation Colonies, The Australian, 532
  • Irrigation Works, Periyar, 165
  • Islington Deep Tunnel Railway Bill, The, 345. Sec also 435
  • Jacques, Mr. W. H., on Manufacture of War Materials in United States, 608
  • January Weather, 165. See also 227
  • Japan College, Experimental Engines for (Messrs. Ross and Duncin, Govan, Glasgow), 171
  • Japan, The Kioto-Fu Canal, 738
  • Jarrow, Boiler Explosion at, 98
  • Jars, Leyden, Some Experiments with, 740
  • Jena Optical Glasses, 499, 514. See LETTERS
  • Jenkins, The Late Professor, 739
  • Jenkins, Mr., on Calculating Furnace Charges, 608
  • Jet-Propelled Lifeboat, 97
  • Jetty at Ellesmere Port, Manchester Canal, 243
  • Jib (Swing) Countersink Drilling Machine (Jones, Burton, and Co., Liverpool), 682
  • John, The Late Mr. William, 21
  • Joints, Rivetted, Copper, The Strength of, 497
  • Jones's Two Reel Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine, 597
  • Joy, Mr. David, on Assistant Cylinder, 425, 430. See lir:n=3, Joy's Gear
  • Kenia Stern-Wheel Steamer for Imperial British East African Company, 158
  • Kennedy, Professor, and Dunkin, Mr. Bryan, Jun., on Boiler Experiments (Water-Tube), 236, 577
  • Kennedy, Professor, on Marine Engine Trials (S.S. "Iona"), 547, 653. 568. See Erratum., 696. See Lamm
  • Kew Observatory and Photographic Lenses, 470
  • Kincaid and Co.'s Adjustable Wheel and Engine for Stern-Wheel Steamer, 158
  • Kinetograph, Edison's, 678
  • Kinipple's System of Grouting up Walls, 106 Knots, Use of Term. See Lwrrnns
  • Kupka, Mr P. F., on the Railways of Egypt, 687
  • Laboratory, Proposed, at Cambridge University, 470
  • Labour, Hours of, in Various Trades, 404
  • Labour Questions, Royal Commission on, 219, 247, 315
  • Lackawanna Company's Mill for Rolling Blooms at Scranton, U.S.A., 100, 585
  • Lacquering Ships' Bottoms for Protection, 195
  • Ladd's Hay and Straw Baling Press (Messrs Howard, Bedford), 730
  • Lahmeyer and Co.'s Electrical Current Transformer, 642
  • Lakes of America, 207
  • Lambert, Professor, on Sounding Machines, 704
  • Lamps, Cost of Arc and Sunbeam, 501
  • Lamps, Glow, Shades and Protectors (Drummond), 257
  • Lamps, Incandescent, The Deterioration of, 105
  • Langdon, Mr. W., on Railway Train Lighting, 600
  • Lantern Stereoscope, Schobben's System, 689
  • Lathe with Adjustable Gap (Asquith's), 257
  • Lauffen-Neuhausen Aluminium Works, 229. See Erratum, 243
  • Launch Engines, Quadruple-Expansion (Messrs. Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 657
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 22, 99, 174, 198, 232, 292, 824, 385, 416, 442, 474, 607, 632, 660, 718, 746, 757
  • Law Relating to Civil Engineers, Architects, and Contractors (Literature), 270
  • Laws of Steamship Propulsion, On the. By Mr. It. Manse', 266
  • Leachman's Grinding Mill, 199
  • Leachman and Nusseys' Cloth Pressing Machine, 276
  • Leaky Tubes, 336, 373, 888. See LErrnRs
  • Lee-Speed Rifle, 168. See also 221, 228, 309, 406, 675
  • Leeder's Sand Moulding Machine, 255
  • Leeds, Copper Smelting at, 653
  • Leith Shipbuilding in 1890, 113
  • Lenses, The Testing of Photographic, 470
  • Lentz's Stayless Locomotive Boiler, 48, 133
  • Level, Polar, 653
  • Levelling and Surveying Instruments, 466 639
  • Lewes, Professor V. B., on Boiler Deposits, 368,
  • Lewthwaite's, Mr. John, System of Breakwater Construction, 343
  • Leyden Jars, Some Experiments with, 740
  • Liability of Engineers and Architects, 270
  • Life Members of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 153
  • Lifeboat, A Steam, 97
  • Light and Power Installation (Brush's Residenc0, 624
  • Lighthouse Burner, Wigham's Improved, 533
  • Lighting, Electric. See Electric Lighting Lighting, Railway Train, 600
  • Lignites into Briquettes, Converting, 226
  • Limber for Mountain Gun, 327
  • Lindner's System of Compound Locomotive, 13
  • Linings (Basic) in Copper Smelting, 76
  • Liquids, Measuring Compressibility of, 628
  • Lister's Punching and Shearing Machines, 771
  • Literature, 29, 90, 177, 270, 300, 456, 486, 519, 675
  • Liverpool, Boiler Explosion at, 40
  • Liverpool Harbour Extensions, 106
  • Liverpool Shipping Enterprise, Growth of, 681
  • Lloyd's, New Corporation in Opposition to, 255
  • Loading of Steel Vessels, The, 396, 446
  • Lock, Railway Carriage, Zippmann and Furth-mann's, 199
  • Locks at Eastham, Manchester Canal, 306, 767
  • Locomotive Boiler Explosion near Leeds, 257
  • Locomotive Boiler, Lentz's Stayless, 48, 133
  • Locomotive, Compound, Lindner's System, 13
  • Locomotive Drivers' Flours of Employment, 137, 243, 315
  • Locomotive, Hoellenthal Rack Railway, 153, 243, 304. See Litrrsits, Schmidt Brake
  • Locomotive, Passenger, for the North London Railway, 37
  • Locomotive Steam Crane (Mr. Thomas Smith, Rodley), 743
  • Locomotive Works, The Richmond, U.S.A., 120
  • Locomotives, Expansion Gear for Compound, 196
  • Locomotives in South Australia, 766
  • Lodge,O. Dr., On Experiments with Leyden Jars, 74
  • Lodge, Professor, on Clock giving Direction of Earth's Orbital Motion in the Ether, 740
  • London, The Drainage of, 316
  • London-Paris Telephone, The, 348. See also 643
  • London Sewers (Sir Joseph Bazalgette), 342
  • London Societies. See Societies, London
  • London Water Supply, The, 194, 285, 593. See also 133, 228, 693
  • Lubricant, An Experiment with a, 89
  • Lubricants, Effect of, in Boilers, 368, 639
  • Lubrication of Bearings, 357, 478
  • Luhrig's Coal Cleaning and Washing Plant, 184
  • Machine, Ammonia Compression, Refrigerating, Machine Performances, 90
  • Machine, Boring, Universal Horizontal, 100
  • Machine, Boring, at the Washington Navy Yard, 23
  • Machine Design, The Elements of, 486
  • Machine Guns (Hotchkiss), 91, 125, 154
  • Machine Stoking, 172
  • Machinery, Electric, in Mines, 198
  • Machinery Hall, Chicago Exhibition, 768
  • Machinery, The Rating of, 282
  • McKinlay Tariff and Wages, 80
  • Magazine Rifle, German, 676. See also 163, 221, 228, 309, 406, 676
  • Magazine Rifle, The (Lee-Speed), 163. See also 228, 309, 221, 405, 676
  • Magazine Rifle, The Mannlicher, 266 See also 1 63, 221, 231, 309, 405, 676
  • Magazine Rifle, Blamer, 405. See also 163, 221, 228, 309, 675
  • Magazine for Rifles, A New, 766
  • Magnet Shunts, Property of, 638
  • Magnetic Ore Separator, Monarch, 601
  • Magnetic Proof Pieces and Planes, 450
  • Magnetism, Chronological History of, 682, 689, 717, 744
  • Mail Service on Atlantic, 316, 592
  • Mail Subsidies, American, 312
  • " Maine," United States Cruiser (Brooklyn Navy Yard), 61
  • Mains, Electric Lighting, Paris. See Electric Mains
  • * Majestic" and "Teutonic," S. S.'s, Performances, 545, 724. See LETTERS, Atlantic Records
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway
  • Extension to London, 622, 583, 624, 682, 701, 729

Manchester Ship Canal :

  • Barton Aqueduct, 188
  • Barton Section, Standard Cutting in, 380
  • Borrowing Powers (New Bill in Parliament), 491, 643, 714
  • Bridge, Swing, at Moorlane, near Warrington, 1 88
  • Contractors, 168
  • Eastham Locks, 306, 767
  • Ellesmere Port, Jetty at, 243
  • Financial Arrangements, 168. See also Miscellanea, 378
  • Flooding of Eastham Section, 767
  • Irlam Sluices, 306
  • Jetty at Ellesmere Port, 243
  • Locks at Eastham, 306
  • Progress Report, 168
  • Quay Walls, Salford Dock, 72, 380
  • Salford Dock, 72, 380
  • Sluices at Irlam, 306
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association's Experiments with Overheated Flues, 145, 202, 290, 321, 476. See LETTERS, 318
  • Mannlicher Magazine Rifle, German, 265. See also 163, 221, 228, 231, 309, 406, 676
  • Manceuvres, Naval, of 1890, The, 15, 43
  • Manometer on Eiffel Tower, 469
  • Mansel, Mr. R., on the Laws of Steamship Pro-pulsion, 268
  • March Weather, 1891, 405
  • Marine Artillery, 497. See also 270, 273. See LETTERS, Guns, (LT.
  • Marine Boiler, Test of the Stanley, 646. See LITTERS, Stanley Boiler
  • Marine Engine, The Development of the, 81. See LETTERS, Boile7s in the Navy
  • Marine Engine Trials, 647, 668. See Erratum, 696. See LETTERS, "iOnCe8 " Trials
  • Marine Engineering Practice Forty Years Ago, 768
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding in 1890, 26, 113
  • Marinoni Web-Printing Machine, 169
  • Mauser Magazine Rifle, 405. See also 163, 221, 223, 309, 405, 575
  • May Weather, 710
  • Measurements with the Pneumatic Bridge, 629
  • Measures, Dictionary of, 457
  • Measuring Compressibility of Liquids, 628
  • Measuring Power of Electric Currents, 740
  • Measuring Power in Transformers, Blakesley's
  • Method of, 689
  • Mechanical Engineers, The American Society of:
  • Excursions, 120
  • Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company's Works, 121
  • Standard Methods of Conducting Duty Trials of Pumping Engines (Report), 36
  • An Engineering Problem at Richmond, by Mr. W. H. Adams, 36
  • Light Cable Road Construction, by Frank van Vleck, 36
  • What Saving is Effected by the Use of the
  • Steam Jacket, by Professor Thurston, 60 Chimney Draught, by Professor Thurston, 60 A Novel Form of Flexible Tubing, by Mr.
  • Almond, 60
  • Heat Transmission through Cast-Iron Plates Pickled in Nitric Acid, by Professor R. C. Carpenter, 61
  • Some Properties of Ammonia, by Professor de Volson Wood, 61
  • Mechanical and Physical Properties of Sulphur Dioxide SO2, by Professor de Volson Wood, 61
  • Theoretical Investigation of Efficiency of Vapour Engines, by Professor de Volson Wood, 61
  • Experimental Determination of the Latent Heat of Ammonia, by Professor D. S. Jacobus, 61
  • The Automatic Regulation of Injection Water to Vapour Condensers, by Mr. Jas. McBride, 61
  • Hydraulic Hoisting Plant for a Pier of the Brooklyn Refining Company, by Mr. Engel, 61. See LETTERS
  • Hydraulic Travelling Cranes, by Mr. Graves, 89 A Single-Acting Compound Engine, by Mr. Bole, 89
  • Rope Driving, by Mr. Chas. W. Hunt, 89
  • Acoident Preventing Devices for Machines, by Mr. J. H. Cooper, 90
  • An Interesting Experiment with a Lubricant, by Mr. G. W. Bissell, 90
  • Mechanical Engineers, The American
  • Society of—continued.
  • A New Process for Generating and Cutting
  • the Teeth of Spurwheels, by Mr. Ambrose
  • Swasey, 65, 90
  • The Performance of 76-Ton Refrigerating Ma-
  • chine of the Ammonia Compression Type, by
  • Professor Jas. E. Denton, 90
  • Reports Regarding Society, 33
  • Richmond, Descriptive Sketch of the City of, 1 20
  • Richmond Locomotive Works, 120
  • Richmond, Welcome by Mayor of, 33
  • Tredegar Iron Works, 120
  • Virginia, Descriptive Sketch of, 33
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of: 533
  • Bye-Laws, Proposed Alteration by Mr. J. Macfarlane Gray, 164
  • Life Members, Proposed New Arrangement, 154
  • Some Different Kinds of Gas Furnaces, by Mr. Bernard Dawson, 155, 507, 541. See Erratum, 189
  • On the Mechanical Treatment of Moulding
  • Sand, by Mr. Wm. Bagshaw, 167, 259 Research Committee on Friction, Fourth
  • Report of the, 367, 478
  • Recent Trials of Rock Drills, by Messrs. Car-butt and Davey, 360
  • Research Committee on Marine Engine Trials, on the Trial of the Steamer " Iona," by Professor Alex. B. W. Kennedy, 547, 668. See Erratum, 696. See LErricits "Jona'y" Trials
  • Report of the Council, 163
  • Mechanical Stoking, 172
  • Melinite Disclosures, 646. See Miscellanea, 733 Merchant Cruisers, 364, 365, 382
  • Mercurial Pressure Gauge on Eiffel Tower, 469 Mercury Standards, Resistance of, 628
  • Merry and Cuningharue's Coal Cleaning and Washing Plant, Luhrig's, 184
  • Mersey River Improvements, 106
  • Mersey Shipbuilding in 1890, 26
  • Mersey Shipping Enterprise, The Growth of, 681 Messenger Service, The District, 128
  • Metal Price Diagram, 60, 170, 319, 443, 567, 686 Metallic Packing, Tripp's, 697. See Erratum, 632
  • Metallurgical Exhibition Trials of Rock Drills, 360
  • Metallurgy, An Introduction to the Study of, 300 Meteorological Lustrum, 1886-90, 437 Meteorological Society's Exhibition, 275 Meteorological Society, The Royal, 99, 227, 276, 345, 660, 741
  • Meter, Ahrbeoker's Water, 143
  • Meter for Measuring Air (Rock Drills), 261 Michigan, Lake, 207
  • Micro.Structure of Steel, 682, 716
  • Microscopic Inspection of Iron and Steel, Sir Frederick Abel on, 664
  • Military Tactics, 270, 373
  • Mill, Clark's Granite Roller Paint, 627. See Erratum, 647
  • Mill Engine, Compound Condensing (Musgrave, Bolton), 553
  • Mill, Five-Stamp (Messrs. Harvey, Cornwall), 426
  • Mill, Grinding (Messrs. W. B. Leachman and Co., Leeds), 199
  • Mill for Grinding Portland Cement (Neate's), 131
  • Mill, Rolling Blooms, at Lackawanna Company's Scranton Works, 100. See also 585
  • Minchin, Mr. Jobn B., On Mineral Resources of Bolivia, 453. See Limn., 627
  • Mineral Resources of Bolivia, 953. Sec LICTTSR, 527
  • Mineral Wealth of South Australia, The, 44. See Paragraph, Queensland, 73
  • Minimum N'reight Association, 501
  • Mining Buildings, Chicago Exhibition, 636 Mining Exhibition, Trials of Rock Drills, 360 Mining Machinery, Electric, 198
  • Mining, Progress of the Art of, 200, 261, 351 Miscellanea, A, 50, 82, 103, 133, 161, 197, 227, 256, 279, 309, 348, 378, 401, 433, 465, 491, 635, 666, 587, 626, 643, 676, 714, 733, 761
  • Mississippi River, St. Louis Merchants' Bridge over (Union Bridge Company, New York), 597, 686, 728
  • Models of Ships and Guns at Naval Exhibition, 530
  • Monaco, Prince of, Yacht " Princess Alice" (Messrs. Green, London), 216
  • Monarch Magnetic Ore Separator, 601
  • Morris's Miniature Ammunition for Rifles, 228 Morton's Valve Gear, S.S. " City of Vienna," 398 Mottelay, Mr. P. F., on a Chronological History
  • of Electricity, 682, 689, 717, 744 Moulders(Iron) of Scotland, AesociatEd, 435 Moulding (Sand) Machine, Leeder's, 265. See 1 67, 269
  • Moulding Sand, The Treatment of, 167, 259. See also 256
  • Mountain Guns and Carriage, 327
  • Mountings for Hotchkiss Guns, 180, 242, 301, 327, 355
  • Mudd, Mr. Thomas, on Marine Engineering, 424, 444
  • Multiple Despatch Railway, 63
  • Musgrave, The Late Mr. Joseph, 73
  • Musgrave's Compound Condensing Mill Engine, 553
  • National Defence, The Cost of, 46. Sec Lgrrnits, Cost (if Defence and ()Ulcers' Pay
  • Naval Architects, The Institution of: 313, 681
  • Council's Report, 330
  • The Future Policy of Warship Building, by Lord Brassey, 331, 364. See LErrwts, Engineers for Navy.
  • Some Recent American Warship Designs for the United States Navy, by Mr. J. H. Biles, 365, 882, 413
  • Boiler Deposits, by Professor Vivian B. Lewes, F.C.S., 368, 539
  • Certain Phenomena of Compression, by M. Marchal, 368
  • Naval Architects, The Instillation of--con-thoicd.
  • On the Construction of Boilers adapted to Forced Draught, by Mr. F. A. Yarrow, 336, 388
  • Recent Improvements in Armour for Vessels, by M. Barba, 893
  • On the Alterations in Form of Steel Vessels due to Different Conditions of Loading, by Mr. Thomas Phillips, 396, 446
  • The Internal Stresses in Steel Plating due to Water Pressure, by Mr. J. A. Yates, 397, 629
  • Some Details in Marine Engineering, by Mr. Thomas Mudd, 424, 444
  • An Assistant Cylinder for Marine Engines, by Mr. David Joy, 425, 430. See Lwrrzits
  • President's Address, by the Earl of Ravens-worth, 330. See LETTER, North-East Coast Institution, 376
  • Naval Defence Programme, 251, 283. See also 331
  • Naval Engineers, 467. See Miscellanea, 491. See Lwrrsas
  • Naval Exhibition, 192, 530, 670
  • Naval Expenses of European Powers, 46. See LETTERS, Cost of Defence
  • Naval Hotchkiss Guns, 91, 162, 180, 242, 301, 355
  • Naval Manoeuvres of 1890, The, 15, 43
  • Naval and Mercantile Shipbuilding in Spain, 127
  • Naval Programme, Proposed New, by Lord Brassey, 331, 364. See LErrEas, Engineers for Navy
  • Naval Recoil Mounts, 65-Millimetre (9-Pounder) Gun, 301
  • Naval Tactics, 331, 364. See LErrEas, Engineers for Navy and Our Guns
  • Naval Topics, 764
  • Naville-Neher, Mr., and the Lauffen-Neuhausen
  • Aluminium Works, 229. See Erratum, 243 Navy, British, H.M.S.'s " Royal Sovereign" and
  • " Royal Arthur," 251, 283, 331
  • Navy Estimates, The, 249, 281, 311, 764
  • Navy, French Ironclad " Trident," 215
  • Navy, Proposed Additions to, 331, 364. See LErrEfts, Engineers for Navy and Our Guns Navy Stokers, The Training of, 75
  • Navy, United States Cruiser " Maine," 51 Neate's Portland Cement Machinery, 131
  • New London, Railway Bridge over River (Union
  • Bridge Company, New York), 428, 657 New South Wales, Railway Institute at, 738 New South Wales Railways, 108
  • New York Deep Tunnel Railway, 435. See also 161, 397
  • Newark Company's Boring Machine at Washington, 23
  • Newcastle, Boiler Explosions at, 768
  • Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company's Works, 121
  • Niagara, Utilisation of Falls of :
  • Prizes for Utilisation and Transmitting Plant, 197, 235
  • Recent Recession, 535 (Miscellanea paragraph) Recession of Falls, 19
  • Volume of Water at Falls, 235
  • Nickle Armour Plates in United States, 608 Norddeutscher Lloyd, Historical, 487. See also 666
  • North German Lloyd Company, Historical
  • (" Spree" and " Havel " ), 487. See also 666 North London Railway, Passenger Locomotive
  • for the, 37
  • North, Notes from the. See Notes
  • Norwegian Mining Practice (Rock Drills), 361 Norwood Accident, The (Board of Trade Report), 739
  • Notes from Cleveland and the Northern Counties, 9, 49, 73, 102, 129, 160, 189, 219, 247, 278, 308, 347, 377, 409, 432, 464, 501, 535, 566, 686, 617, 656, 674, 713, 732, 769
  • Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 103, 287, 617, 742, 761
  • Notes, Industrial See Industrial
  • Notes from the North, 8, 49, 72, 101, 128, 169, 188, 218, 246, 278, 308, 346, 377, 408, 432, 462, 490, 531, 565, 586, 616, 656. 673, 712, 732, 760
  • Notes from the South-West, 8, 54, 73, 102, 129, 161, 189, 219, 247, 287, 309, 348, 369, 409, 460, 464, 507, 634, 553, 686, 617, 656, 674, 713, 732, 760
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 8, 37, 73, 102, 129, 160, 189, 219, 247, 278, 308, 347, 377, 409, 432, 464, 491, 634, 665, 586, 616, 656, 674, 713, 732, 760
  • Notes from United States, 12, 68, 96, 132, 214, 266, 274, 345, 401, 429, 462, 507, 533, 565, 583, 013, 642, 872, 700, 731, 768
  • Nozzle for Burning Petroleum, Twcddle's System, 622
  • Nusseys and Leachman's Cloth Pressing Machine, 276
  • Nut Lock Washer, 319
  • Oak-Charcoal for Moulding, 167 269

Obituary :

  • Official Patentees, 221. See LETTERS, 473. See also 163, 228, 309, 405, 676
  • Oil, Gas, and Steam Engines, 752
  • Oil Hardening of Steel, 578, 599. See LETTER, Artillery Steel
  • Oil (Petroleum), The Storage of, 449
  • Oiling Bearings, Method of, 681
  • Optical Glasses, Jeria, 499, 514. See Limns
  • Orbital Motion in the Ether, Clock giving Earth's, 740
  • Ordnance Steel, Tests for, 578, 599. See LETTER,
  • Artillery Steel
  • Ordnance Survey, 254
  • Ore-Breaker, Gates', 727
  • Ore Separator, Monarch Magnetic, 501
  • " Oregon," S.S., Performances, 645
  • Orlando Brothers' Quadruple-Expansion Launch Engines, 657
  • Oroya Railway, Peru, Verrugas Viaduct, 460.
  • See also 80. See Litmus, Luropean v. American Bridges
  • Osmond, M., on the Micro-Structure of Steel, 682, 716
  • Otis Passenger Elevators, 613. See also 671
  • Otto, The Late Dr., 168, 345
  • Oury's Weldless Steel Chains, 524
  • Overhead Wires and Sky Signs, 369
  • Overheated Furnace Crown Experiments, 145, 202, 290, 321, 476. See LETTER., 318
  • Overtime of Railway Servants, 137, 193, 223, 243, 315. See LErrmR, 169
  • Pacific Passage, Route to East, 624
  • Packing, Tripp's Metallic, 597. See Erratum, 632
  • Paddle Steamers, Some Recent Fast (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39. Sec Steamers
  • Paint Mill, Clark's Granite Roller, 627. See Erratum, 647
  • Pall Mall (and St. James's) Electric Light Company, Limited, 256
  • Palmer's Ordnance Works, Sulzer Engine for, 275
  • Paris, The 1892 Colonial Exhibition at, 470
  • Paris Electric Lighting Mains. See Electric Mains
  • Paris Exhibition Diplomas, The, 47. See LETTER, 68
  • Paris - London Telephone, The, 348. Ste alto 643
  • Paris Water Supply, 624
  • Parliament, Private Bill Procedure, 352, 470. See also 305, 465
  • Parliament, The Rating of Machinery, 282 Parliamentary Bar and Private Bill Committees, 362. See also 306, 466
  • Parsons' Turbo-Electric Generator, 604 Passenger Carriages for Hoellenthal Railway, 139, 153, 243, 3U4
  • Passenger Fares (Railway) in Europe, 109, 271 Patent Record, 27, 67, 87, 117, 147, 175, 205, 233, 263, 293, 325, 353, 385, 417, 451, 479, 511, 543, 573, 601, 633, 661, 691, 719, 747, 773
  • Patent System, Centenary of American, 376, 679
  • Patented Machines, Repairs of, 440, 473 Patentees in Government Service, 221. See LETTER, 473. See also 163, 228, 3I,9, 405, 575
  • " Pelayo,'"fhe Spanish Cruiser (Forges et Chantiers), 334
  • " Pelayo," Telephones in Spanish Ironclad, 461 Penetration of Hotchkiss Quick-Firing Guns, 387
  • Periyar Irrigation Works, 165
  • Perls' Electric Railway Signalling, 316
  • Perry, Professor, on Blakesley's Method of Measuring Power in Transformers, 689
  • Perry's Engine Indicator, '136
  • Petroleum Engine, Priestman's, 730, 754
  • Petroleum as the Future Fuel of the Pacific Coast, 621
  • Petroleum, The Storage of, 440
  • Phillips, Mr. Thomas, on the Alteration in Form of Steel Vessels due to Different Conditions of Loading, 396, 446
  • Phosphorescence (Radiant Matter), 107
  • Photo-Electricity, 98, 217
  • Photographic, Continuity of Vision, 678
  • Photographic Lenses, The Testing of, 470
  • Photographic Surveying, 653
  • Photography in Natural Colours, 226

Physical Society :

  • Photo-Electricity, by Professor G. M. Minchin, 98. Experiments, 217
  • Determination of Acceleration due to Gravity, by Professor F. R. Barrel, B.A., 98
  • The Change in the Absorption Spectrum of Cobalt Glass produced by Heat, by Sir John Conroy, M.A., 216
  • Proof of the Generality of Certain Formuls published for a Special Case, by Mr. Blakesley, 321
  • Tests of a Transformer, by Professor W. E. Ayrton and Mr. J. F. Taylor, 321. See Addendum, 384
  • Note on Electrostatic Wattmeters, by Mr. James Swinburne, A83
  • Interference with Alternating Currents, by Professor W. E. Ayrton and Dr. Sumpner, 383
  • Theory of Dissociation into Ions and its Consequences, by Professor S. U. Pickering, F.R.S., 460
  • Some Points in Electrolysis, by Mr. J. Swin-burne, 460
  • On the Variation of Surface Tension with Temperature, by Professor Selly, 450
  • Magnetic Proof Pieces and Proof Planes, by Professor S. P. Thompson, D.Sc., 450
  • On a Property of Magnetic Shunts, by Professor S. P. Thompson, D.Sc., 538
  • On Erecting Prisms for the Optical Lantern and on a New Form of Erecting Prisms made by Mr. Ahrens, by Professor S. P. Thompson, D.So., 539
  • Visit to Banks of the Cam, 628
  • auIue r.xpo,ituelitts on the E:e3tric Discharge in Vacuum Tubes, by Professor J. J. Thomson, M.A., F.R.S., 628
  • Some Experiments on the Velocities of the Ions, by Mr. W. C. D. Whetham, B.A., 628
  • On the Resietance of Some Mercury Standards, by Mr. R. T. Olazebrook, M.A., ELLS., 628
  • On an Apparatus for Measuring the Compres-aihility of Liquids, by Mr. S. Skinner, M.A., 828
  • Some Measurements with the Pneumatic Bridge, by Mr. W. N. Shaw, M.A., 629 Lantern Stereoscope Exhibited, 689
  • On Blakesley's Method of Measuring Power in Transformers, by Professor Perry, F.R.S., 689
  • Atternate Current and Potential Difference Analogies in the Methods of Measuring Power by Professor Ayrton and Dr. Sumpner, 740
  • A , L. . 0 r Pointing out the Direction of the Earth's Orbital Motion in the Ether, by Professor 0. Lodge, 740
  • Some Experiments with Leyden Jars, by Dr. Lodge, 740
  • PickerinL'. Professor S. U., on Dissociation in Ions, 450
  • Pinuaze, Slectric, for Government, 309
  • Pipes, Flow of Water through, 194
  • Piping, Flexible, 60
  • Piston Packing, 424, 444
  • Pistons and their Rothi(American Engines), 210
  • Pivot Bearings, 357, 478
  • Pivot Mountings, Centre, 335
  • Place Clichy, Electric Lighting Company, Paris, 1 49, 177
  • Placer Mining in America (Bennett Company's Amalgamating Plant), 380
  • Planing Machine (Messrs. G. Richards and Co., Broadheath, Manchester), 2S3
  • Planing Machine, Vertical and Horizontal (Messrs. Berry, Sowerby Bridge). 82
  • Planing Machine, New Wall (Messrs. F. Berry and Sons, Sowerby Bridge), 380
  • Plumbago for Moulding, 157, 259
  • " Plymouth," Steame-, American Fall River Line, 95
  • Pneumatic Bridge, Measurements with the, 629
  • Pneumatic Power Hammer, Suspension (Thwaites'), 306
  • Pneumatic Tyre Hammer (Messrs. Breuer, Schumacher, and Co., Kalk), 399
  • Polar Level, 653
  • Popp Company's Electric Mains, Paris, 119, 149, 1 77
  • Popp, Mr., and Compressed Air in Paris, 298, 327, 419, 513. Sce Lirrrita, 376
  • Portland Cement Grinding Mills (Neate's), 131
  • Post Office and Fast Atla "tic Steamers, 592
  • Practice in Engine.-Room4, by Mr. William W. Wilson, 658
  • Practice and Theory. See LETTERS
  • Press, Foot (Richardson's), 319. See Erratum, 369
  • Press, Ladd's Hay and Straw Baling (Messrs. Howard, Bedford), 730
  • Pressing Machine, Cloth (Messrs. Nusseys and Leachman, Leeds), 275
  • Priestman's Oil Engine, 730, 754
  • Prince of Monaco's Yacht " Princess Alice" (Messrs. Green, London), 215
  • " Princesse Henriette" and " Princesse Josephine," Fast Paddle Steamers (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39
  • " Princess Victoria," Fast Paddle Steamer (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39
  • Printing, Marinoni Web, Machine, 159
  • Printing Several Colours Simultaneously, 653
  • Prisms, Erecting 539
  • Private Bill Inquiries, Procedure at, 352, 470. See also 305, 465
  • Production, American Iron, 592
  • Production of New Shipping, Diagram, 113
  • Profit-Sharing Enterprises, 191
  • Progress of the Art of Mining, 200, 261, 351
  • Projectiles, 270, 373. See Artillery, French Projectiles, Defects in, Sir Frederick Abel on, 564
  • Proof Pieces and Planes, Magnetic, 450
  • Propeller, United States Cruiser " Yorktown" (Brooklyn Navy Yard), 492
  • Propulsion, On the Laws of Steamship, by Mr. R. Mansel, 266
  • Prospects of Trade, 530
  • Protection of Commerce, 331, 364, 365, 382
  • Protection of Ships, The, 66
  • Protection of Ships' Bottoms by Lacquering, 195
  • Prussian and British Railways, 371
  • Puddling, Iron, 605
  • Pump (Centrif ugal), The Inventor of the, 48
  • Pumping Brine, The Effects of, 529, 677. See Miscellanea, 587
  • Pumping Ei.gines, Standard Method of Conducting Duty Trials of, 36
  • Pumps, Air and Circul sting, for United States Battleship " Maine " (Blake Manufacturing Company), 616
  • Pump; Circulating and Separate Air, 81
  • Pumps, Independent Air, Circulating, and Feed, 671. See Erratum, 701
  • Punching and Shearing Machine (Messrs. Lister, Keighlev), 771
  • " Puritan," Fall River Steamer (Mr. John Roach, Chester, Pa.), 64, 94. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Pyrometer, Le Chatelier ; Royal Society Conversazione, 561, 581
  • Quadruple - Expansion Engines of Steam Tug " Dorothy " (Newport News Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company), 768
  • Quadruple-Expansion Launch Engines (Messrs. Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 657
  • Quai de la Gare, Compressed Air Station at Paris, 297, 327, 419, 573. See LwrrsR, 376
  • Quay Walls, Salford Dock, Manchester Canal, 380
  • Quick, Mr. George, R.N., on Heavy Guns and Heavy Shell v. Light Guns and Light Shell, 497. See Limns, Guns
  • Quick-Firing Guns, Hotchkiss, 1, 3, 6, and 9-Pounders, 180, 210, 242, 301
  • Quick-Firing Guns (Hotchkiss), 91, 181, 210, 242, 301, 327, 356, 387
  • Quick-141ring Guns, 6-In., Trials on H.M.S. " Kite," 218. See Miscellanez, 256
  • Racing, Yacht, 90
  • Rack and Adhesion Railway, Visp Zermatt, 660
  • Rack Railway, Hoellenthal, 139, 153, 243, 304. See LarrEas. 376, 441
  • Radial Drill (Universal Radial Drill Company of Cincinnati), 702
  • Radiant Matter, 107
  • Railroad, Light Cable Traction, Construction in America, 36
  • Railway Amalgamation in Scotland, 143
  • Railway Bridge over Thames River, New London, Conn., U.S.A. (Union Bridge Company, New York), 4211, 557
  • Railway Carriage Look, Zippmann and Furthmann's, 199
  • Railway, The Chignecto Ship, 285
  • Railway for Dundee Harbour, Proposed Automatic, 533
  • Railway, Electric, to Islington, Proposed, 345. See also 435
  • Railway (Electric) Signalling (Martin and Theodor Perli), 315
  • Railway Employd,' Hours of Employment, 137, 1 93, 223, 243. See LETTER., 169
  • Railway Fares in European Railways, 109, 371
  • Railway, Hoellenthal Rack, 139, 153, 243, 304. See LETTarts, 376, 441
  • Railway Institute at New South Wales, 738
  • Railway to London, Proposed New, 522, 583, 624, 682, 701, 729
  • Railway, Multiple Despatch, 63
  • Railway Rates, Zone, 619. See Paragraph, 501
  • Railway Results Compared, 108, 371
  • Railway Servants' Hours, 137, 193, 223, 243, 315. See LETTER, 169
  • Railway Train Lighting, 600
  • Railway, Transandine, Tunnelling Plant, 481, 603
  • Railway, Trunk, from East to West of England, 693
  • Railway Tyres, Pneumatic Hammer for (Messrs.
  • Breuer, Schumacher, and Co.), 399
  • Railway, Visp • Zermatt, Adhesion and Rack, 660
  • Railways, British and Prussian, 371
  • Railways for Coast Defence, 589
  • Railways of the Colonies, 341
  • Railways, Deep Tunnel (New York), 435. See also 161, 397
  • Railways in Edinburgh, 374, 432
  • Railways of Egypt, The, 687
  • Railways in New South Wales, 108
  • Railways, Scotch, Revenues, &c., 344
  • Railways, Two New Scotch, 767
  • Railways. Victorian, 122, 267, 438
  • Rain Gauges, 275, 345
  • Range Finder and Elevation Indicator, Fiske's, 505
  • Rapid-Firing Guns. See Quick-Firing Guns
  • Rating of Machinery, 282
  • Ravensworth, Earl of, Presidential Address to Naval Architects, 330. See 'Arnim, North-East Coast Institution, 376
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Faraday's Electrical Work, 735
  • Reception (First) at Institution of Civil Engineers, 22, 80
  • Recoil Mount (3-Pounder Gun), 301
  • Record, Patent. See PATENT RECORD
  • Red-Hot Furnace Crown Experiments, 145, 202, 290. 321, 476. See LETTER, 318
  • Refrigerating Machine, Ammonia Compression, 90
  • Refrigerating Machines, 450
  • Refrigerating Machines at Paris Exhibition, 29
  • Refuse, Household, 590
  • Releasing Gear on High-Speed Automatic Cut-Off Engines (American), 637, 696
  • Repairs of Patented Machines, 440, 473
  • Repeating Rifle. See Rifle
  • Research Committee on Friction (Institution of Mechanical Engineers), 357, 478
  • Resistance of Some Mercury Standards, 623
  • Revenue of the Colonies, 341
  • Reversing Engines, 82
  • Richards and Co.'s Side-Planing Machine, 286
  • Richardson, The Late Mr. Thomas (Hartlepool), 21
  • Richardson's Foot Press, 319. See Erratum, 369
  • Richmond Locomotive Works, U.S.A, 120
  • Richmond, U.S.A., Industries, 120
  • Riedinger Compressed Air Engines, 327. See also 297, 419, 513
  • Riedler, Professor, and Compressed Air in Paris, 298, 327, 419, 513. See LETTER, 376
  • Rifle, German Magazine, 575. See also 163, 221, 228, 309, 405
  • Rifle, The Magazine (Lee-Speed), 163, 221, 405, 575. See also 228, 309
  • Rifle, The Mannlscher Magazine, 265. See also 1 63, 221, 231, 309, 406, 575
  • Rifle, Mauser Magazine, 405. See also 163, 221, 228, 309, 405, 575
  • Rifles, Miniature, Ammunition for (Morris'), 228
  • Rifles, A New Magazine for, 766
  • Rio Tinto Rock Drill (McCulloch), 360
  • River Improvement Schemes, 106
  • Rivetted Copper Joints, The Strength of, 497
  • Road Roller, Burrell's Steam, 646
  • Rock Drill, Ferroux, at Transandine Railway Works, 603. See also 481
  • Rock Drills, 360
  • Roller, Burrell's Steam Road, 640
  • Rolling Mill at Scranton, U.S.A., 100, 585
  • Rolling Stock for Hoellenthal Railway, 15; 243, 304, 376. See also 139
  • Rope Driving, 89
  • Ropes (Wire), Transportation in United States, 428
  • Route to the East, The New, 624
  • Royal Agricultural Society Show, 752
  • " Royal Arthur," H.M.S., 251, 283. See also 331
  • Royal Society, 604, 639, 663, 697, 722, 749
  • Royal Society's Soirde, 661, 736
  • " Royal Sovereign," H.M.S., 251, 283. See also 831
  • Royal United Service Institution, The, 226, 270, 373, 589
  • Rupture of Steel by Longitudinal Stress, 709
  • Russian Stern-Wheel Gunboat (Messrs. Yarrow), 699
  • Sagging of Vessels due to Loading, 396, 397, 446
  • Sail Power for Warships, 331, 364
  • St. Fargeau, Tests of Compressed Air at, 298, 327, 419, 513. See LETTER, 376
  • St. James's and Pall Mall Electric Light Company, Limited, 256
  • St. Louis Merchants' Bridge over Mississippi River, 597, 686, 728
  • St. Louis Water Works Extension, Cement Testing at, 285
  • St. Pancras Electric Exhibition, 344
  • Salford Dock ; Manchester Canal, 72, 380
  • Saloon Arrangements of American Steamers, 94
  • Sand Moulding Machine, Leeder's, 255. See 167, 259
  • Sand, The Treatment of Moulding, 157, 259. See also 255
  • Schmidt Brake ; Hoellenthal Railway, 139, 163, 213, 304. See LETTERS
  • Schmidt, M. Max. E., on Multiple Despatch Rail way, 53
  • Schneider's and Hotchkiss's Armoured Forts, 486
  • Schobben's Lantern Stereoscope, 689
  • Schuckert Dynamos at Frankfort Exhibition, 613
  • "Scot," Union Line South African Mail Steamer (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 21, 647, 718
  • Scotch Iron Trade Statistics, 17
  • Scotch Railway Amalgamation Scheme, 143
  • Scotch Railways, The Revenue, &c., of, 314
  • Scotch Railways, Two New, 7(37
  • Scotland, Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in, 113
  • Seaton, Mr. A. E., on the Marine Engine, 84. See LErrgits, Boilers in the Navy
  • Second•Class Cruiser for Navy, Trial of II. M.S. " Latona," 169, 189. See LETTERS, "Latona "
  • Selly, Professor A. L., on Variation of Surface Tension, 450
  • Separator, Alexandra Centrifugal Cream (Messrs. Lister, Dursley), 537
  • Separator, Monarch Magnetic Ore (Electrical Engineering Corporation), 501
  • Serpollet Steam Carriage, 315
  • Sewerage, Grays, 701
  • Sewers of London (Sir Joseph Bazalgette), 342
  • Sewing Machine, Two-Reel Lock•Stitch (Jones), 597
  • Shafting, Marine, 424, 444
  • Shaw, Mr. W. N., on Measurements with the Pneumatic Bridge, 629
  • Shear Table of the Lackawanna Company's Blooming Mill, Scranton, 585
  • Shearing and Punching Machine (Messrs. Lister, Keighley), 771
  • Sheerlegs on Deck of S.S. " Irene." 585
  • Sheffield. See Notes from South Yorkshire Sheffield Canal, 109
  • Sheffield Line to London, 522, 583, 624, 682, 701, 729
  • Shepherd-Hills' Horizontal Boring Machine, 100
  • Shepherd's Bush Railway, 286. 304. See Paragraphs, 643, 761
  • Ship Losses, Three Months', 439
  • Ship Protection. 56
  • Ship Railway, The Chignecto, 285
  • Shipbuilding arid Dry Dock Company, Newport News, U.S.A., 120
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1890, 26, 1 13
  • Shipbuilding Prospects, 530
  • Shipbuilding in Spain, 127
  • Shipping Subsidies, American, 312
  • Shipping Subsidies in France, 281. See also 312
  • Ships' Armour, 393
  • Ships' Bulkheads, Board of Trade Committee on, 681, 763
  • Ships, The Loading of Steel, 396, 446
  • Ships' Plates, Internal Stress due to Water Pressure, 397, 629
  • Shunts, Magnetic Property of, 538
  • Side-Planing Machine (G. Richards and Co., Broadheath, Manchester), 286
  • Signalling, Electric Railway (Martin and Theodor Perls'), 315
  • Signalmen's Hours of Employment, Overtime, 1 93, 243
  • Signals, Electric Interlocking of, City and South London Electric Railway, 80
  • Silicon in Cast Iron, Sir Frederick Abel on, 564
  • Silicon in Puddling Iron, 605
  • Silsbee and Schmidt's Multiple Despatch Railway, 53
  • Simplex Gas Engine Trials, 453. See LETTER, 527
  • Sims-Edison Torpedo, 536
  • Single-Acting Compound Engines (Westinghouse), 89
  • Skinner, Mr. S., on Apparatus for Measuring Compressibility of Liquids, 628
  • Sky Signs, 369
  • Slide Valves, 425, 430. See LETTER, Joy's Gear Slow-Burning Construction, 436
  • Sluices at Irlam, Manchester Canal, 306
  • Smelting Copper at Leeds, 663
  • Smith, Mr. Charles Weston, on Steel Armour, 109
  • Smokeless Powder, 270, 373
  • Smulders' Floating Elevator ani Spoil Distributor, 214
  • Socidtd d'Eclairage et de Force par l'Electricite, 1 80, 211
  • Sociotd du Secteur de la Place Clichy, 149, 177

Societies, London:

  • Royal Society, 604, 639, 663, 697, 722, 749
  • Society of Arts, Annual Review, 708
  • Sounding Lead for Shaft of " City of Paris," 669
  • Sounding Machines, 764
  • South African Mail Steamers " Dunottar Castle" (Fairfield Company), 10, 168, 339, 535
  • "Scot" (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 21, 647, 718
  • South Australia, Locomotives in, 766
  • South Australia, The Mineral Wealth of, 44. See Paragraph, Queensland, 73
  • Southampton, Shipbuilding in 1890, 26
  • Spanish Cruiser " Pelayo," The (Forges et Chantiers), 334
  • Spanish Line of Atlantic Steamers, 127
  • Spanish Naval and Mercantile Shipbuilding, 127
  • Spectrum, Absorption, of Cobalt Glass, 215
  • Spence, Mr. J. C., on Short Boilers, 468. See LETTERS and Erratum, 493
  • Spencer, Mr. John F., on Machine Stoking, 172
  • Spiders and Engineers, 738
  • Spoil Distributor, Floating Dredger Elevator, Smulders', 214
  • " Spree," North German Lloyd S.S., 487. See also 566
  • Spurwheel Cutting, A New Mode of, 55, 90
  • Stamp Mill, Five- (Messrs. Harvey, Cornwall) 426
  • Standard of Colour, A, 651. See Larrzits Standards, Electric, 232
  • Stanley Boiler, 646. See LETTERS
  • Stanwcod, Mr. James B., on Stationary Engine Practice in America. See Engines, Stationary Stationary Engine Practice in America. See Engine
  • Steam Carriage, Serpollet, 316
  • Steam Enginemakers' Society, 591
  • Steam Engines, 752
  • Steam v. Gas Power, 453. See LETTER, 527
  • Steam Jacket, Economy of the, 60
  • Steam Lifeboat, A, 97
  • Steam Tug " Dorothy" (Newport News Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company), 758
  • Steamer Bourgogne," French Transatlantic Company, 593
  • Steamer for the Congo (Thornycroft, London), 246
  • Steamer for a Five-Day Transatlantic Passage (Messrs. Thomson, Clydebank), 767
  • Steamer " Plymouth," American Fall River Line, 95
  • Steamer " Puritan," Fall River Line (Mr. John Roach, Chester, Pa.) 64, 94. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Steamer Runs on Atlantic, 420, 483, 517, 545, 724. See LErnots, Atlantic Records
  • Steamer, Stern-Wheeler (Mesbrs. Kincaid and Co., Greenock), 158
  • Steamers, Fast Paddle, " Princesqe Henriette" and " Princesse Josephine," " Clacton Belle," " Duchess of Hamilton," and " Princess Victoria" (Messrs. Denny, Dumbarton), 39
  • Steamers " Spree" and " Havel," North German Lloyd's, 487. See also 566
  • Steamship "City of Vienna," Boilers and Engines (Messrs. J. and J. Thomson, Glasgow), 398
  • Steamship " Indra," Engines, Boilers, &c. Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Liverpool), 525
  • Steamship " Iona" Trials (Mechanical Engineers), 547, 568. See Erratum, 596. See LETTERS Steamship " Irene" with Sheerlegs on Deck, 585
  • Steamship Passages on Atlantic, 420, 483, 517, 545, 724. See LErrERs, Atlantic Records and "Teutonic"
  • Steamship Propulsion, On the Laws of, by Mr. R. Manse). 266
  • Steel Armour, 109
  • Steel for Artillery, 579, 599. See LETTERS
  • Steel, Basic, 135. See Erratum, 161
  • Steel Castings, The Manufacture of, 765
  • Steel Manufacture in the United States, 608
  • Steel, Micro-Structure of, 582, 716
  • Steel for Rock Drills, 361
  • Steel, Rupture by Longitudinal Stresses, 709
  • Stefanite Aluminium Process, The, 109
  • Stephenson, R., and Co., Hebburn-on-Tyne, and Warship Building, 23
  • Stereoscope, Schobben's System of Lantern, 689
  • Stern Tubes, 424, 444
  • Stern-Wheel Gunboat for the Russian Government Messrs. Yarrow, London), 699
  • Stern-Wheel Steamer " Kenia" for Imperial British Africa Company (Messrs. Kincaid, Greenock), 168
  • Stokers in the Navy, The Training of, 75
  • Stoking, Mechanical, 172
  • Stopper, The Bonwick Syphon, 199
  • Storage of Petroleum, The, 449
  • Strength of Rivetttd Copper Joints, 497
  • Strength of Short Boilers, 468. See LETTERS.
  • See Erratum, 493
  • Strength of Steel, Rupture by Longitudinal Stresses, 709
  • Stresses under Concentrated Loads, 457
  • Stresses (Internal) on Ships' Plates due to Water Pressure, 397, 629
  • Stresses in Steel Guns, Sir Frederick Abel on, 564
  • Sturgeon Air Compressors, 376. See also Paris, Compressed Air
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 470, 533
  • Subsidies, American Steamers, 312
  • Subsidies, French Shipping, 284. See also 312
  • Subway to Islington, Proposed, 345. See also 435
  • Subway, Shepherd's Bush and Cornhill, 286, 304. See Paragraphs, 643, 761
  • Suez Canal Traffic, 375
  • Sulzer Engine, The, 275
  • Sunbeam v. Arc Lamps Cost, 501
  • Supply of Water for London, 194. See also 133, 228, 593
  • Surface Tension, Variation with Temperature, 450
  • Surplus of Glasgow Exhibition, Disposal of, 168
  • Survey, Ordnance, 254
  • Surveying and Levelling Instruments, 456
  • Surveying, Photographic, 653
  • Surveying and Registering Ships, New Corporation, 255
  • Swasey. Mr. Ambrose, on a New Process of Cutting the Teeth of Spurwheels, 55, 90
  • Swinburne, Mr. Jas., on Electrolysis, 450
  • Swinburne, Mr. Jas., on Note on Electrostatic Wattmeter, 383
  • Swing-Jib Countersink Drilling Machine (Jones, Burton, and Co., Liverpool), 682
  • Syphon Stopper, The Bonwick, 199
  • Taff, River, Cardiff, Bridge over, 127, 185, 276, 349. See LETTERS, Eye-Bars, 243, 288
  • Tariff and Wages in America, 80
  • Tariffs, The War of, 343
  • Tasmania, Mineral Progress and Historical Resume of, 167
  • Tasmanian Exhibition, The, 147
  • Taxation of Machinery, 106, 218, 664
  • Taylor, J. F., and Ayrton, Professor, on Tests of a Transformer, 321.
  • Telegraph, Chronological History of, 682, 689, 717, 744
  • Telegraph Enterprise, Submarine, 470, 533
  • Telephone, The London-Paris, 318. See also 613
  • Telephones on Shipboard, 461
  • Temperature Effects on Iron, 582, 630
  • Testing Cement at St. Louis Water Works Extension, 285
  • Testing Materials (Hr. Kirkald?s Works), 575
  • Testing Photographic Lenses, 470
  • Testing Rupture of Steel by Longitudinal Stresses, 709
  • Testing Single-Acting Compound Engine, 89
  • Tests of a Transformer by Professor Ayrton and Mr. J. F. Taylor, 321
  • "Teutonic," 48, 700. See Transatlantic Records and LETT nits
  • " Teutonic" and " Maj?stic'e," Performances, 545, 724. See Llamas, Atlantic Records
  • " Teutonic's" Record. See LirrrEas
  • Thames River Bridge (Railway), New London, Conn., U.S., 428, 557
  • Thames Shipbuilding in 1890, 25
  • Theory and Practice. See Dams
  • Thermal Treatment of Iron, Changes due to, 582, 630
  • Thompson, Professor S. P., on Magnetic Proof Pieces and Planes, 450
  • Thompson, Professor S. P., on Magnetic Shunts and on Erecting Prisms, 538, 539
  • Thomson, Professor J. J., on Experiments on
  • the Electric Discharge in Vacuum Tubes, 628
  • Thornycroft't Twin-Screw Turbine Steamer for the Congo, 246
  • Three Months' Ship Losses, 439
  • Throttling Engines, American, 295
  • Thwaites' Suspension Pneumatic Power Hammer, 306
  • Tin Mines in Bolivia, 453. See LETTER, 527
  • Tin in Victoria, Discoveries of, 738
  • Tonnage of Colonial Shipping, 341
  • Tonquin, Smokeless Coal in, 80
  • Tools, Cast-Iron Cutting, 375
  • Torpedo Boat Mounts for Hotchkiss Guns, 327
  • Torpedo Boat Warfare (Manoeuvres), 43
  • Torpedo Boats for Argentine Government (Messrs Thornycroft). 729
  • Torpedo Firing, Canet System, 4, 30
  • Torpedo, Sims-Edison, 536
  • Torpedo (Whitehead) in Action, 636. See LETTERS. See Mi.yeencinea, 666. See also 652, 677
  • Trade Prospects, 530
  • Trade Unionism (Literature), 519
  • Train Lighting, Railway, 600
  • Tramways, Electric, Cost of Working, 223, 250, 284. See Erratum, 243. See Limnos, Electric
  • Traction Data
  • Transandine Railway, Tunnelling Plant, 481, 603
  • Transatlantic Mail Service, Duration of Passages, 316, 592
  • Transatlantic Records, 8, 48, 316, 409, 617, 675, 700, 729. See LETTERS, " Teutonic "
  • Transatlantic Records (Historical), 420, 483, 517, 545, 724. See LETTERS, Atlantic Records and " Teutonic"
  • Transatlantic Steamer, French, " Bourgogne," 593
  • Transatlantic Steamer for Five-Day Passage
  • (Messrs. Thomson, Clydebank), 767
  • Transformer, Electric Current (Lahmeyer and Co. Frankfort), 642
  • Transformer, Tests of a, by Professor Ayrton and Mr. J. F. Taylor, 321
  • Transformers, Blakesley's Method of Measuring Power in, tico
  • Transmission of Heat through Cast-Iron Plates, 61
  • Transmission of Power, Electric and Hydraulic, by Mr. Robert Gordon Blaine, 612, 665
  • Transmitting Power by Electricity, 223, 250, 284. See Erratum, 243. See Limnos, Electric Traction Data
  • Transportation of Wire Ropes in United States, 428
  • Travelling Cranes, Hydraulic, 89
  • Treaties, International (The 'War of Tariffs), 343 Tredegar Iron Works, The, U.S.A., 120
  • Trial of a 66-Ton Canet Gun, 219
  • Trial of H.M.S. " Latona" (Second-Class Cruiser), 169, 189. See LitrTRRS, "Latona"
  • Tri%l Trips. See Launches and Trial Trips Trials (Duty) of Pumping Engines, Standard Method of Conducting, 36
  • Trials of a 6-In. Quick-Firing Gun on H.M.S. " Kite," 218. See Miscellanea, 256
  • Trials of Rock Drills, 360
  • " Trident," French Central Battery Ironclad, 215
  • Triple-Expansion Marine Engines. See Engines Tripp's Metallic Packing, 597. See Erratum, 632
  • Trunk Railway from East to West England, 693 Tubes, Experiments on the Electric Discharge in Vacuum, 628
  • Tubing, Flexible, 60
  • Tubular Railway Wagons, 472, 682, 770
  • Tubulous Boiler Experiments by Mr. Bryan Donkin, Jun., and Professor Kennedy, 236
  • Tubulous Boiler, Yarrow's, 81
  • Tubulous Boilers at Frankfort Exhibition, 641, 672, 699
  • Tubulous Marine Boiler (Babcock and Wilcox), 616
  • Tug " Dorothy " (Newport News Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company), 758
  • Tunnel in Edinburgh, Proposed, 374, 433
  • Tunnel, Irish Channel, 225
  • Tunnel, The Proposed Black wall, 226
  • Tunnel Railways, Deep, New York, 435. See also 161, 397
  • Tunnelling Plant, Transandine Railway, 481, 603
  • Turbine (Steam) and Alternate Current Dynamo (Parsons'), 504
  • Turner, Mr. Thomas, on Economical Puddling and Puddling Cinder, 605
  • Turpin and Melinite, 646. See Miscellanea, 733
  • Typewriter, The Gardner, 645
  • Typewriting Machine, Yost, 551. See Erratum, 615
  • Typewriting Machines, 296
  • Tyres, Pneumatic Hammer for (Messrs. Breuer, Schumacher, and Co., Kalk), b99
  • Tyrrell and Hassard's Scheme for London Water Supply, Welsh Scheme, 194
  • " Umbria" and " Etruria" Performances, 545, 724. See LETTERS, alqo Atlantic Records Union Liner " Scot" (Mtsers. Denny, Dumbarton), 21, 647, 718
  • Unionism, Trade (Literature), 519
  • United Service Institution, The Royal, 2'6, 270, 373, 589
  • United States. See Notes from United States United States Cruiser " Yorktown " (Messrs. Cramp), 379, 492
  • United States Government Buildings at Chicago Exhibition, 245
  • United States Law regarding Collisions at Sea, 110
  • United States Navy, 365, 382, 379, 413, 492
  • Universal Company's Radial Drill at Carnegie's Steel Works, 702
  • University College. London, 128
  • Unwin, Professor, Work on Elements of Machine Design, 486
  • Utilisation of Compressed Air, 327, 419, 513. See LETTERS, 376
  • Utilisation of Falls of Niagara. See Niagara Utilising Power of James River, Richmond, 36
  • Vacuum Tubes, Experiments on the Electric Discharge in, 628
  • Vacumn Tubes (Radiant Matter), 107
  • Value of "g," Determination of, 98
  • Valve Gear, Sulzer. 275
  • Vapour Engines, 61
  • Velocities of the Ions, Experiments, 628
  • Ventilation of Warships, 364
  • Verrugas Viaduct, Oroya Railway, 80, 460. See LETTERS, European v. American Bridges
  • Vessels, The Loading of Steel, 396, 446
  • Viaduct, Verrugas, Oroya Railway, Peru, 460. See also 80. See LETTERS, European v. American Bridges
  • Victoria, Discoveries of Tin in, 738
  • Victorian Lignites Suitable for Briquettes, 226
  • Victorian Railways, 122, 267, 438
  • Vigo and New York Atlantic Liners, 127
  • Virginia, Descriptive Sketch of, 38
  • Visp-Zermatt Adhesion and Rack Railway, 660
  • Wagon, Open Goods, for Hoellenthal Railway, 304. See also 139, 153, 243
  • Wales Shipbuilding in 1890, 26
  • Walford, Lieut.-Col., R.A., on Field Artillery, 270, 373. See also 497
  • Walker, The Late Mr. Benjamin, 472
  • Wall Planing Machine (Messrs. F. Berry and Sons, Sowerby Bridge), 380
  • War in Chili, 536, 566, 652, 677. See LETTERS
  • War Material in the United States, 608
  • Warship Building, Future Policy of, by Lord Brassey, 331, 364. See LETTERS, _Engineers for Nary
  • Warship Coal Endurance (Naval Manctuvres), 16, 43
  • Warship, French, " Trident," 216
  • Warships, American, 365, 379, 382, 413. 492
  • Warships Lost in Fifty Years (British), 712
  • Warships, New, 261, 283. See also 331, 364, 366, 382
  • Wa4her, A New Spring, 319
  • Washington Navy Yard, Boring Machine at the, 23
  • Water Gas. See LETTERE
  • Water Meter, Ahrbecker'a, 143
  • Water Supply, Birmingham, 410
  • Water Supply, The London, 191, 285, 593. See also 133, 228, 593
  • Water Supply of Paris, 624
  • Water-Tube Boiler Experiments, by Mr. Bryan Donkin, Jun., and Professor Kennedy, 236
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Yarrow's, 81.
  • Water-Tube Marine Boiler, Babcock and Wilcox, 616
  • Wattmeters, Notes on Electrostatic, 383
  • Waverley Station in Edinburgh, 374, 432
  • Weather, 45, 94, 165, 282, 405, 437, 592, 710. See also 77, 99, 227, 275, 345, 660, 741
  • Weather Observations at Greenwich in 1890, 77
  • Web Printing Machine, Marinoni, 159
  • Weir's Evaporators, S.S " Dunottar Castle," 10
  • Weir's Feed Heaters, Professor Cotterill on, 170 Weldless Steel Chains, 524
  • Wellington, Boiler Explosion at, 40
  • Wert-Conrad's Dredging Plant for Weser River, 70
  • Weser River Improvement, Dredger for, 70
  • West Butterwick, Boiler Explosion at, 40
  • Westinghouse Brake Trials in Australia, 314
  • Westinghouse Engine Test, 89
  • Wheel Cutting, A New Mode of, 55, 90
  • Whetbam, Mr. W. C. D., on Velocities of the Ions, 628
  • Whitehead Torpedo in Action, See LETTERS,
  • Miscellanea, 566, and also 652, 6/7
  • Wigham's Improved Lighthouse Burner, 633
  • Wilson, Liverpool, Steam Crane Excavator, 70
  • Wilson, Mr. Wm. W., on Engine-Room Practice, 658
  • Wire Ropes Transportation in United States, 428
  • Wire Table, 457
  • Witz, Professor, on Trials of Gas and Steam Engines, 453. See LETTER., 527
  • Wolf's Semi-Portable Compound Engine, 727
  • Wooden Bridge over the River Barrow, 703

Works :

  • Caw well's Steel Works at Sheffield, £70, (93
  • Lauffen-Neuhausen Aluminium Works, 229.
  • See Erratum, 243
  • Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
  • Company, 121
  • Patent Sand Moulding Machine Company, 255. See 157, 259
  • Richmond Locomotive Works, 120
  • Tredegar Iron Works, 120
  • World's Fair. See Chicago Exhibition
  • Wrecks, Three Months', 439
  • Yacht, Auxiliary, " Princess Alice" (Messrs. Green), 215
  • Yacht Racing, 90
  • Yachts, Centre-Board, Building on the Clyde, 262
  • Yarmouth Harbour Works, 106
  • Yarrow, Mr. A. F., on the Construction of Boilers adapted to Forced Draught, 385, 373 388. See LETTERS
  • Yarrow's Water-Tube Boiler, 81
  • Yates, Mr. J. A., On Internal Stresses of Ship Plates due to Water Pressure, 397, 629
  • Year's Weather, 94
  • Yokohama Harbour, 632
  • Yorkshire, South, Notes from. See Notes
  • "Yorktown," United States Cruiser, Engines and Ship Plans (Cramp and Quintard Company), 379, 492
  • Yost Typewriting Machine, 554. See Erratum, 616
  • Zipproann and Furthmann's Railway Carriage Locks, 199
  • Zone Railway Rates, 619. See also 601

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