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The Engineer 1857/05/29

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Main Subjects

  • Atlantic Submarine Cable, p 422.
  • Canal Between Kostendje on the Black Sea and the Danube, p 429.
  • Cause of the Explosion at Lundhill, p 428.
  • Chemical, p 428.
  • Editorial, p 431.
    • Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition, (No. II).
    • Mechanical Science in Relation to Agriculture.
    • The Wear of the System by Railway Travelling.
    • Steam Culture Implements.
    • Disposal of Our Convicts.
  • Hardy's Improvements in Windlasses, p 423.
  • Middle Class Dwellings of London, p 423.
  • Pauvert's Process for Making Steel, p 429.
  • Roscow's Machinery for Cutting and Rasping Dye Woods, p 427.
  • Watch Protector, p 424.
  • Whitehead's Apparatus for Producing Devices on Wood, Leather etc, p 426.
  • Wilson's Improvements in Power Looms, p 427. (Illustrated).

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