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The Engineer 1858 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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Accident

  • at Hobbs' Lock Manufactory. 183
  • at Porkellis United Mines, 191
  • at the Southampton Docks. 84
  • at the Willesden Junction, on the burgh Western Railway, 85
  • from Machinery, 2
  • on board the Shamrock, 192
  • on the North Woolwich Railway, 2;5
  • on the Oxford, 'Worcester. and 'Wolverhampton Railway, 2, 3, 193, 227, 236, 274, 2S1
  • on the South Eastern Railway. 130
  • Across the American Isthmus, 3s2
  • Act, the Copyright Design% Amendment, 214
  • Additional Apprentices at Chatham, 22
  • Adulteration, 40
  • Agreement between Railway Companies, 432
  • Agricultural implements Exempt from Duty in Greece, 8
  • Society's Chester Meeting, the Royal, 65
  • Agriculture, Smith's System of Steam, 57
  • Algerian Railways. 3 ftl
  • Alphabet for the Atlantic Telegraph, 183
  • American Engineering. Notes on, by Zerah Col. burl), C.E.. 209
  • Line, the Galway, 330, 361
  • Mail Service, the, 512
  • Market, English Iron for the, 112
  • Patent Bill, the Fate of the, 153
  • Steam Battery, Sl7
  • Steam Care ia..e for Common Roads, 153
  • Steam Excavator, 306
  • Ste4U2 Ram, 336
  • Analysis of Metropolitan Waters, 131
  • Anniversary of the Citizen Steamboat Company, 231
  • Annual Trade Festival of the Southampton Engineers, .213
  • Another Fearful Railway Collision, 62
  • large Steamer Destroyed by tire, :i6
  • Another " Novel Steamer," 427
  • Submarine Cable, 41
  • Antiseptic Preparations, Falcony's, 153
  • Apparatus for Winilin4 173
  • Application of Hydraulic Power to Blowing the Be11ows of the Leeds Hall Organ. by 1). Joy, 332
  • Application of Sewage to 1.aud, 144
  • Architectural Museum, 85
  • Army Contract Commission. 233
  • Arsenic in Paperhangings, 234
  • Arts and Mantua/gums. the Canada Board of. 191
  • Ascent of the Swiss Glaciers. 217
  • Association for the Prevention of Boiler Explosions, 8. 8S.170, 279, 340, 425, 513
  • Atlantic Cable, the. 21, 92, 193. 230, 365
  • and Pacific Railway, 224
  • and Royal Mail Steam Packet Company. 309
  • Telegraph, Will it Pay ? 173
  • Mail Steam Navigation Company. 29.S Telegraph, 42, 133, 144, 151, 170, 183, 216, 267, 287, 316, 329, 365, 389, 422, 4S.1
  • Company, 198
  • Telegraph Expedition. 100
  • Atlas Works, Boiler Explosion at the, 21, 31
  • Australia via P4031114, 481
  • Australian Board of Agree's' tire. 392
  • Intercolonial Steam Packets. 393
  • M411s, 141
  • Railways, 213, 394
  • Austria, Burning of the. 295
  • Austrian Railways. 25, 266
  • Railwa41. 429
  • Autographic Telegraph, the, 259
  • Award to Mr. Wynne, the Government Inspector, 110
  • Awful Explosion of Fireworks,
  • Bankruptcy of Messrs. C. D. Young and Co., 36
  • Barrack Ventilation, 260
  • Barrow Pier. Morecambe Bay, 271
  • Bathrooms at Woolwich. 295
  • Battering Ram Ship of War, 157
  • Battery, Rifle Field. 216
  • Belgian Rifle Practice, 306
  • Benares. 21
  • Berlin water Works, 7.26, 62
  • Bhore Ghats' incline. 79, 91
  • Birkenhead Docks, 350

BLACKBURN LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE

  • Inaugural Lecture, by W. Fairbairn. 41.17
  • Blanchard’s (American; Swim Engine, 163
  • Black Diamond. the (see vol. v.). 131
  • Board of Arts and Manufactures, Canada, 191
  • Board of Trade, the Meteorological Department of the, 115, 350
  • Boiler Explosion, 2G. 140, 203. 221
  • Explosion at the Atlas Works, 21, 37
  • Explosion at Ouseburn, 96
  • Explosion near Leeds, 203
  • Booth (Dr.) on the Work of Mechanics Institutes, 2i3
  • Borsig’s Machine Factory. 172
  • Boulevards for Liverpool. 75
  • Bourne Artesian Well, 192
  • Bray's Traction Engine, 271.309
  • Brazilian Import Duties, 451
  • Railways, 4,.5
  • Breechloading Cannon. 390
  • Bridge, Westminster, 163
  • Bright upon Emigration, Mr. J., 233
  • Brighton New Lifeboat, 316
  • Brir1ey slats Colliery Company, 233
  • Bristol Dock', 266
  • British Army, the Mortality of the, by Dr. Guy, 19,38,73
  • Columbia, .107
  • British Exports to Australia, 127
  • Workmen's Emigration Society, 130

BRITISH ASSOCIATION :—

  • Annual Meeting at Leeds, 250
  • Articles in the Mechanical Section of the Leeds Exhibition, Notice on some of the, by Joseph Buckles, 290
  • Atlantic Telegraph. by Mr. Whitehouse, 329
  • Blowing the Bellows of the Leeds Town-Hall Organ, On the Application of Hydraulic Power to. by Dance Joy. 332
  • Collapse of Glass Globes and Cylinders, by W. Fait bairn, 309
  • Combined Steam, by lion. John Weathered, 308
  • Dry Dock. by Mr. G. Ba)ley. 310
  • Economy of Water Power, by Joseph Glynn Eq., :?9O Exhibiting Optical Illusions. &c., Henry Dirk,, 232
  • Expanding Pulley, by Mr. James Coombe, 312
  • Floating Batteries for Coast Defences, by George Rennie. 316
  • Floating Lighthouse. by Mr. Murphy, 355
  • Fossil Quadrupeds of Australia, by Professor Owen, 2.51
  • Gresham Buoy for Recording the Lew% of Missing Ships at Sea, Mr. James Oldham on the, 2)1
  • Hand Heliostat for the Purpose of Flashing Sun Signals from on Board ship, :cc.. by Francis °alto's, 292 Iron. The Manufacture of in the Neighbourhood of Leeds, by W. J. Armitage. 2)5
  • Measurement of Water by Weir Boards, Experiments on. by James Thompson, 271
  • Papers Read before the Association. Complete List of, 270
  • Patent Laws Report of the Committee on, by G. J. Webster, 335
  • Performance of Steam Vessels, the Functions of the Screw, and the Relation of its Diameter and Pitch to the Form of the Vessel, by Vice-Adm. Moorsom, 289
  • Permanent Way and Wheels, by Mr. W. B. Adams, 353
  • Printing Press, on an Universal, by J. Silberman, 349
  • Pr2 ogress of Chemical Science, by Sir J. F. W. Herschel, 91
  • Progress of Mechanical Science, by W. Fairbairn, 251
  • Railway Signals, Mr. C. F. 'Whitworth on Recent Improvements in, 351
  • Raising Water, Mr. Carrett on some Appliances for, Reaping Machinery, by Mr. A. Croskill, 367
  • Roof of the Leeds' Town hall, Description of the, by Mr. G. C. Broderick, 374
  • Squares and Cubes, on a Mode of Constructing Tables of, by Mr. C. M. Willich, 311
  • Submersion of Telegraph, Cables, by Henry Conybeare, Esq., 389
  • Trammel, called a Volutor, Description of, by the Rev. J. Booth, 389
  • Burning of the Austria Steamer. 295
  • Burning of a Railway Station, 416
  • Cable, the Atlantic, 21, 92. 193, 230, 365
  • Cairo and Suez Railway, 516
  • Calcutta and South Eastern Railway, 3S9, 9,S4
  • Calao Steamship, the, 348
  • Canada Board of Arts and Manufactures, 191
  • Canadian Decimal Coinage, 155
  • Lake Navigation, by Zerah Colburn, C. E., 249
  • Canals, French, 312
  • Carlisle and Hawick Hallway, 394
  • Casting Heavy Guns, 157
  • Ordnance, 330
  • Cattle Show, the, 443
  • Cements arid Paints, Silicates applied to, 513
  • Cesspool System, the, 223
  • Ceylon Railway, 213
  • Chain-testing Machine, Liverpool Corporation, 331, 916
  • Challenger, the, 248
  • Cheap Railroad Trains, 49
  • Chelsea Bridge, 123
  • Chemical Science, by Sir J. W. F. Herschel, 291
  • Chemistry of the Ethers, 485
  • Cherbourg, 85, 90, 92

CHEMICAL :—

  • Arsenic In Paperhangings, 143
  • Chemistry of the Ethers, 4S5
  • Fermentation, 223
  • Glycerine for Dyeing with Madder, Application of, 31
  • Imparting a Red Colour to Bone and Ivory, Method of, 162
  • Madder Extract with Concentrated Sulphuric Acid, 31
  • Physical and Chemical Investigation, and of the Application of Physics and Chemistry in the Arts, 103
  • Plant Life, &c., the General Conditions of, 12
  • Pure Oxide of Uranium from the Uranium Ores of Joachimsthal, Preparation of, 162
  • Remarks on the Nature of Ozone, 193
  • Separation of Flue! Oil from Alcohol, 31
  • Chime of Bells for Aberdeen. 275
  • Chinese, the . their National Industry and Mechanical Arts, 3g5, 405, 423
  • Chinese Gun, 203
  • Cotton Supply Association, 203
  • City, Tallow Melting in the, 75
  • Sewers Commission, 271
  • Civil Service Superannuation, 62
  • Cleansing Cotton Seed, 150
  • Clock at the Westminster Palace, 272
  • Cloud Engine. the, 136
  • Coal v. Coke, 250
  • in Canada,2
  • for Coke in Railway Locomotives, Substitution of, 213
  • Experiments, 473
  • for Steam Navigation, 310
  • Supply.. 480_
  • Coal-pit Explosion, 233
  • Coal Trade Five Hundred Years Ago, 112
  • Coalfields, the North Oxfordshire, 331
  • Coals at Woolwich and Portsmouth, 57
  • Coast Defences, 389, 450
  • Coinage, the, 182
  • the State of our, 151
  • of England and the United States, 112
  • Collapse of Glass Globes and Cylinders, by W. Fairbairn, Esq., 309
  • Colliers' Strike in South Staffordshire, 233
  • Colliery Accident, 326
  • Explosion, 176
  • Collision on the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway, the, 170
  • Combined Steam, by the Hon. John Wetherhed, 308
  • Comet, the, 256, 236
  • and its Observer, the, 292
  • Comets, 183, 263
  • Commission, the City Sewers, 271
  • Committee for the Protection of the Thames from Sewage, 21
  • Compensation for Damages received in a Train, 44
  • for Injuries by Railway Accidents, 23
  • Condition of the Thames, 21, 92, 193
  • Conscientious Peer. A,406
  • Contracts, 34, 52, 70, 88, 108. 128. 148, 166, 185, 206, 227, 247. 264, 284, 304. 324, 345. 364, 382, 402, 429, 440
  • Constructing Permanent Way and Wheels of Railways, by Mr. W. B. Adams, 353
  • Consumption and Cost of Gas Supplied to Public Lamps, 366
  • of Smoke in Steam Vessels, 188
  • Cooking for the Army, 29
  • Copiapo Railways, 304
  • Copyright of Designs Amendment Act, 214
  • Corrosion of Pipes at the Whitehaven Waterworks/ 300
  • Cost of New Streets in London, 447
  • Cotton Mills in Saxony, 21
  • Supply Association, 203
  • and Wool Supply, 516
  • Courts, on Patent Law, 315
  • Cresy. Mr. Edward, 389
  • Crystal Palace, 480
  • Palace Company, 85. 490
  • Palace at Night, 201
  • Cultivation of Flax in India. the, 490
  • Curious Russian Picture. 331
  • Cutlers Feast, the Sheffield, 193
  • Cutting Case-hardened safe Doors, 57
  • Cyrus Field and the Atlantic Cable, Mr., ':56
  • Czar, the, 315
  • Danger of Leaving Shaft. Unprotected. 176
  • Dartmouth Gas Works, 202
  • Deal Boatmen, 295
  • Death of Mr. A. Gee, C.E., 191
  • of Herbert Mackworth, Esq., 66
  • of Mr. Pease, 103
  • of Poitevin, the Aeronaut, 11:;$
  • Decimal Association, the International, 350
  • Deep Coal-pit at Dukinfield, 112
  • Defences at Sheerness, 412
  • Demands for Money, the, 310
  • Deodorising and Disinfecting, 25
  • Sewage with Burnt Clay, 29
  • Derrick Apparatus for liaising Sunken Vessels, the, 259
  • Derricks, Raising of the Lightning by one of the, 416
  • Despatch of Sappers and Miners to British Columbia. 213
  • Destruction of a Bridge by Fire on the 'Trent Valley Rail. way 247
  • of the Crosslee Spinning Mills. 74
  • of the Eastern City by Fire, 144
  • of Insects in Gardens, &c., 234
  • of a Liverpool Ship by Fire 412
  • of the Swansea Harbour Offices by Fire, 310
  • Destructive Fire at Sunderland, ISO Diagonal Principle of Iron Shipbuilding, 114
  • Diamond, the Black (see also Vol. v.). 134
  • Difference of Buying and Selling Army Boots, 300
  • Difficulty of Obtaining Guano, 113
  • Disastrous Explosion at Toulon, 252
  • Discovery of Gold in Vancouver's Island, 18
  • of Subterranean Sources of Water,134
  • Divers at Work, 465
  • Dock, on a New Floating Dry, by Mr. George Bayley, 310
  • Extension, 92
  • Docks at Chatham, 233
  • Dockyard Workmen, 394
  • Dockyards, Promotion in her Majesty's, 360
  • Doncaster Bells, 123
  • Donegal, the, 263
  • Dr. Livingston's Steam Launch, 214
  • Dr. Normandy's Distilling Apparatus, 352
  • Drainage, the London, 234
  • Driffield and East Riding Agricultural Show, 134
  • Drowned, New Directions for Restoring the Apparently, 13
  • Duke of Malakhoff at Kimmeridge, 244
  • Dudley, Railway Collision near, 150
  • Dundalk Lifeboat, 247
  • Earth Slip on the Hereford, Ross, and Gloucester Rail. way, 168
  • East India Company's Fleet, 293
  • Eastern Steam Navigation Company, 61, 113
  • Economy of Water Power, by Joseph G4nu, Esq., 290
  • Eden Valley Railway, 62
  • Electric Telegraph Company of Ireland, 188
  • Telegraphy, 276, 361
  • and International Telegraph, 75, 371
  • Electricity in Tooth Extracting, 223
  • Emigration, 20
  • Mr. J. Bright upon, 233
  • Society, the British Workman's, 150
  • Employment of Steam Expansively, on the, by Mr. A. Morton, 132, 149
  • England, Watchmaking, 6
  • Enfield Rifle, the, 18
  • English Iron for the American Market, 112
  • Iron in France, 411
  • and Dutch Telegraph, 234
  • Enormous Raft, an. 4
  • Essex Commissioners of Sewers v. the Statutes of Sower;, 319
  • Europe, the Finest Site in, 192
  • European end American Steam Shipping Company, 190, 203, 406, 500
  • European Testimonial to Professor Morse, 170
  • Examinations, the Oxford Middle Class, 465
  • Excursion Day on the Great Northern Railway, an, 234
  • Exhibiting Optical Illusions, by Henry Dicks, C.E., 252
  • Exhibition of 1861, 203
  • of Works of Art Manufacture, 2
  • Expansion of Steam in Engines, by J. G. Lawrie, 169,190
  • Experimental Steamship, 157
  • Experiments against the Steam Battery Meteor, 369
  • at Keyham, 133
  • at Woolwich, 20, 103, 226
  • Exploration of Australia, 300
  • Explosion at the Atlas Works, 37
  • in the City, 84
  • of an Engine on the North British Railway, 80
  • of a Gasometer at Cardiff, 72
  • on Board a Steamer, 230
  • Steam Boiler; 26, 140, 203, 224
  • Exportation of French Machinery. 412
  • Exports for October, 408
  • for November, 513
  • of 'Wool from the Cape, 419
  • Extension of Charles Goodyear's American Patent, 21
  • of the Russian Railway Scheme, 191
  • of the Submarine Telegraph to the Foreign Office, 231
  • Extraordinary Screw Steaming, 217
  • Run by a Sailing Ship, 431
  • Factories' Bill, 90
  • Failure at Kidderminster, 216
  • of Mr. Patterson of Bristol, 2
  • Falconey's Antiseptic Preparation, 153
  • Fall of a Tunnel of the Hampstead Junction Railway, 216
  • Falsity of the Principles on which the Wood Plug is Constructed, on the, 93
  • Farm Buildings, 421
  • Fatal Accident at a Mill, 77
  • Colliery Accident, 203
  • Collision at the Willesden Junction, 92
  • Fate of the American Patent 13111, 183
  • Fearful Accident on the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway, 193
  • File-cutting Machinery, 484
  • Federal Union of British America and the Inter-Colonial Railway, 266
  • Filtration Experiments, Sewage of Birmingham. 271
  • Financial Condition of the Atlantic Telegraph Company, 114
  • Finest Site in Europe, the, 192
  • Fire Engine for the Russian Government, 316
  • Damp, 144
  • at the Bow Works of the North London Railway, 187
  • at Messrs. Rolls' Wharf, Rotherhithe, 74
  • at the London Dock, 2
  • Fireworks. Awful Explosion of, 42
  • the late Explosion of, 65, 72
  • Fires in Ships, 513
  • Firing Gunpowder by Magnetic Electricity, 481
  • Fiskens' Steam Plough, 260
  • Fish Manure. 145, 517, 517 •
  • Flashing Signals from on Board Ships, a Hand Heliostat for, by Francis Galton, 292
  • Foreign Jottings, 12, 20, 42, 75, 100, 115, 151, 212, 230, 269, 313, 332, 381, 420, 441, 413, 508, 508
  • Fortifications of Brest, 216
  • at Gosport, 198
  • Fox, Henderson, and Co., and the Napoleon Docks, 108
  • Free Trade in France, 306
  • French Canals, 312
  • Ironmasters. 341
  • Ironworks, 170
  • Operations at Sebastopol, 419
  • Railways, 465
  • Steam Navy. the, 8
  • Tariff, the, 384
  • Galvano-plastic Art, the, 455
  • Galway and American Line, 330, 361
  • Line of Steamers, 197, 306, 424
  • Packet Station and Proposed Harbour, 340
  • Ganges Canal, the, 487
  • Gas iron the Great Central Company, 389
  • Meter for St. Paul's, 365
  • Meters, 273
  • Supplied to Public Lamps, the Consumption and Cost of, 366
  • General Screw Collier Company. 188
  • Steam Navigation Company, 193
  • Traffic of London, 483

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY :—

  • Australian Fossils, Notes on a Collection of, by Professor Owen, 38
  • Black Mica of the Granite of Leinster and Donegal, by Rev. S. Haughton, 38
  • Eurypterus, by J. W. Salter, Esq., 38
  • Fossil Crustacean, Description of a New, by C. Gould, Esq., 38
  • Fossil Crustacean, 5e., by Spence Bate, Esq., 38
  • History and Formation of Etna, by Dr. H. Abich, 38
  • Iron Ores of Exmoor. by Warington Smyth, Esq.. 20
  • Jointings, on, and on the Dolomites near Cork, by Professor Harkness, F.R.S., 20
  • Lacustrine or Karewah Deposits of Kashmir, by H. H. Godwin- Austen, 38
  • Melting and Cooling some of the Rowley Rag, by W. Hawkes, Esq., 20
  • Native Copper in the Llandudno Mine, &e., by Captain Vivian, 70
  • Natural Pits on the Heaths of Dorsetshire, by Rev. O. Fisher, 464
  • Notice of an Earthquake. &c., by W. Omerod, 461
  • Notice of Veins of Granite, by W. Omerod, 464
  • Outlier of Lias in Banffshire, by T. F. Jamieson, Esq., 38
  • Slate-rocks and Trap veins of the Easdale and Oban, by Professor James Nicol, F.G.S., 20
  • Tertiary Fossils at Chislet, by John Brown, Esq., 38
  • Geologists' Association, 486
  • George Stephenson's Claims to Public Gratitude, 378
  • Glass Globes and Cylinders, on the Collapse of, by W . Fairbairn, 309
  • Gold Discovery in British America, 36
  • Good Steaming, 430
  • Government Gunpowder Works at Waltham Abbey, 334
  • School of Mines, 183
  • Shipbuilding, 346
  • Works at Gravesend, 307
  • Grand Russian Railways, the, 175
  • Trunk Railway. Canada, 366
  • Grant's Cooking Apparatus, 144

Great Eastern, 75, 120, 212, 233, 320, 352, 427

  • Explosion near St. Petersburg, 214
  • Gun at Windsor Castle, 331
  • Indian Peninsula Railway, 328
  • Northern Railway, no Excursion Day on the, 234
  • Southern Railway of New South Wales, 140
  • Steamship Company, 2721 331
  • Westminster Bell, 316
  • Westminster Palace Hotel, 390
  • Bell of Westminster, 404
  • Ship, the, 389
  • Western and Brentford Railway, 178
  • Greatness of Little Things, 470
  • Greenock Customhouse; Preservation of Stone, 384
  • Greenwich and Main Drainage Scheme, 206
  • Gresham Buoy for Recording the Loss of Missing Ships at Sea, on the, by James Oldham, 291
  • Grosvenor and West-end Terminus Hotel Company, 336
  • Guano, 427
  • Guards' Memorial,. London, the, 274, 293
  • Gun Locks, 214
  • Gunpowder Works at Waltham Abbey, the Government, 334
  • Gutta-Percha Life Boat, 241
  • Gymnastic Exercise fur the Blue Coat Boys, 194
  • Hampstead Junction Railway, Fall of a Tunnel on the, 216
  • Hand Heliostat, a, by Francis Galion, 292
  • Harbours of Refuge Commission, 221, 427, 481
  • Hardness of Alloys. 418
  • of Metals and Alloys, the, 66 . Health of Mr. Henry Cole. C.B., 172
  • Heat and Heating, 307, 317, 365
  • Her Majesty's Screw Steam Sloop Icarus, 503
  • Highest Chimney-stalk in the World, the, 234
  • Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, 191
  • Hoe and Co 's Printing Press for the " Manchester Daily Examiner," 212
  • Holiday at Messrs. Penn and Sons', 90
  • Homogeneous Metal, 2
  • Honour in Science for a Working Man, 269
  • Hospital for Aldershot, 2
  • Hot Air Engine for Egypt, 20
  • Huish, Captain Mark, 421
  • Hydraulic Power to Blowing the Bellows of the Leeds Town hall Organ, by D. Joy, 332
  • Ice, on the Plasticity of, by J. Thompson, 260
  • Immigration at New York, 424, 484
  • Imperial Invention, an, 5

Importation of Chinese Labourers into Cuba, 406

  • of Iron into France, 486
  • of Rags into America, 150
  • Improved Ammunition, 238

Improvement in Canadian Lake Navigation, by Zerah Colburn, C. E., 249

  • in Galway Harbour, 271
  • in Railway Carriages, 250
  • of Permanent Way, 335
  • Improvements in Edinburgh, 482
  • Incline, the Moro Ghaut, 79, 91
  • Increase in the Corps of the Royal Engineers, 17Q of the Royal Engineers, 8
  • Increased Use of Steam Vessels, 217
  • Incrustation of Iron Water Pipes, 233
  • India and the East, Telegraphic Communication with the, 229
  • Indian Canals, 455

Indian Coal, 172

  • and Australian Telegraph Company, 187
  • Professional Intelligence, 191
  • Progress, 340
  • Railways, 192, 465
  • Telegraphs. 426
  • Indicating the Direction and Numbering of Houses. 3H
  • Inland Water Carriage Interest and the Mersey 1)071. Board, 256
  • Insects in Gardens, &e., Destruction of, 231

INSTITUTION CIVIL ENGINEERS:-.

  • Annual General Meeting, 483
  • Breakwaters, by Mr. M. Scott, 463
  • Halls' Apparatus for Working Railway Brakes, 425
  • Line of Works of the Lisbon and Santarem Railway, Description of, by Mr. J. S. Valentine, 387
  • Premiums for Papers Read, 24
  • Railway System of Ireland, 61c., the, by G. W. Hemmans, 387
  • Steep Inclines in America, by Mr. Isaac, 415
  • Subjects for Premiums, Session 1858.9, 369
  • Successful Working by Locomotives over Gradients of I in 17, and Curves of 300 ft. Radius on Inclines in America, by Mr. '1'. S. Isaac, 425

INSTITUTION Of ENGINES IN SCOTLAND:

  • Opening Address, 327

INSTITUTION MECHANICAL ENGINEENS:

  • Burning of Welsh Steam Coal in Locomotive Engines, by Mr. J. Tomlinson, 366
  • Compressed Air Forge Hammers, by Mr. C. Beyer, 101
  • Conversazione. the, 171
  • Copying Machinery at Enfield, by Mr. John Anderson, 212
  • Dynamometer and Friction Brake, by Mr. W. Froude, 104
  • Expansive Engine. Description of a Direct Acting, by Mr. T. T. Chellingworth, 366
  • Floating Corn-mill for the Navy, Mr. Fairbairn, 171, 211
  • Locomotive Axles and Couplings, by Mr. Fairbairn, 171, 211
  • Locomotive Engine shed at, Gateshead Station, by Mr. E. Fletcher, 212
  • Mechanical Means of Drainage, and Raising Coals, &c., by '1'. J. Taylor, 212
  • Memorial Presented to Mr. Robert Stephenson, 172
  • Pump Valves, by Mr. Honking, 212
  • Railway Spring, New, by Mr. 'I'1-o-nas Hunt, 171, 211
  • Railway Switch, by Mr. J. A. Haswell, 171, J11
  • Safety Hoist, by Mr. B. Fothergill, 366
  • Special Meeting at Newcastle, 155, 171
  • Steel by the Uchatius Process, by Mr. T. Spencer, 171, 211
  • Water Pressure Machinery, by Mr. W. G. Armstrong, 171, 189
  • Wood Hearings as applied to the Shafts of Screw Vessels, by John Penn. Lae., 101
  • Working of Coal Mines, by Mr. N. Wood, 212
  • Works visited by the Institute, 171
  • Institution, the London Mechanics', 61, 152
  • of Mechanical Engineers, 133, 155
  • Inter-Colonial Railway, 332
  • Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 276
  • Interim Reports on the Progress of Experiments on the Measurement of Water by Weir Boards, by J. Thompson, Esq., 274
  • Interesting Tribute to the Memory of James Watt, 292
  • International Decimal Association, 350
  • Inventions and Inventors, 152
  • Inventor of the Electric Telegraph, the, 484
  • Inventors' Almanac, 486
  • Inventor's Posterity, an, 110
  • Ireland, Royal Agricultural Improvement Society of, 153
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades. ac., 16, 31. 52, 70, AS, 108,128. 14S, 166, 1$6, 207, 227, 247, 264, 284, 301, 324, 343, 364, 382, 402, 420, 440, 458, 478, 499, 516
  • Iron Churches, 234
  • Guns, 247
  • and Steel Ropes, 311
  • in the Neighbourhood of Leeds, the Manufacture of. by W. J. Armitage, 295
  • Making in America, 389
  • Manufactures in America, 172
  • Manufacture in India, 404
  • Manufacture in Prussia, 409
  • Shipbuilding, the Diagonal Principle of Sided Ships. 310
  • Steamers for Monte Video, 436
  • Iron Trade of Belgium, 412
  • Trade in France, 224, 303
  • Trade in the North, 449
  • Trade in the Olden Time, 213
  • Trade, Scotch, 43, 230, 276
  • Isthmus of Suez Canal, the, 94, 266 (See also Sues Canal)
  • Jarrow Docks, 4;0
  • Jeffries' Smoke-consuming Apparatus, 75
  • Jointed Ships, 203
  • Steamer, the, 247
  • Katesgrove Ironworks, 25
  • Kew Gardens. 221
  • Keyham Harbour, 153
  • Kimmeridge, the Duke of Malakhoff at, 241
  • Kostendji Railway, 508
  • Labour in Australia, 330, 404
  • Lakes in Australia, 332
  • Lambeth Association for Improving the Dwellings of the Poor, 188
  • Lancaster v. the Enfield Rifle, the, 92, 133, 238
  • Large Cast Iron Columns, 384
  • Large Screw Engines in the Navy, 397
  • Last of the Mail Coaches, 275
  • of the Stages, 445
  • Run of the Prince Albert, 494
  • Late Accident on the South Eastern' 44
  • Explosion of Fireworks, the, 65, 72
  • James Platt of Oldham, 3(
  • John Rennie, the Eminent Engineer, the late, 363
  • Mr. Thomas Forsyth. 26
  • Sir W. Reid, K.C.B , 384
  • Launch of the Edgar, 326, 328
  • of the Icarus, 32
  • of the Largest Sailing Vessel ever Built on the Mersey. 113
  • of the Mersey, 131
  • at Rotherhithe, 77
  • of the Windsor Castle, 22

LAW INTLLLIGENCE :—

  • Allan r. Ruyssenaers, 50
  • Butts r. Menzies, 67, 95
  • Blakeley r. Humphreys and Others, 31
  • Bruff v. Marshall, 474
  • Collins and Company r. Thomas, 31
  • Delarue v the Aldershott Manure Company (limited), 67
  • Griffith v. the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 7, 67
  • Hills r. the London Gas Light Company, 31. 145
  • Lister r. Leather, Lister v. Clough, and Lister v. Firth. 31
  • Myers and Others v. Baker and Another, 95, 416
  • Norton v. Nicholls, AO Potter v. Parr and Others, 153, 182
  • Roberts r. Brett. 31
  • Sheldon v. the Elea Indian Railway Company, 18.2
  • Thomas v. the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, 31
  • Webster and Another r. Smith and Another, 50
  • Wood and Other v. Adamson and Others, 182
  • Lea, the Present State and Requisite Improvements of the River, 21, 49, 71. 115, 1.11, 172, 202. (sec also vol. v.)
  • Lee Stevens' Regulating Air Doors, 81
  • Leeds Cloth Manufacture, 447
  • Exhibition of Local Industry, 203, 241
  • Exhibition. Notice of some of the Articles Exhibited in the, by T. Buckton, 290
  • the Manufacture of Iron in the Neighbourhood of, by W. J. Armitage, 295
  • Leith Graving Dock, 143

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • Absorbent Wells, by Hyde Clark, 157
  • Action of Products from Decaying Substances, by Desmond G. Fitzgerald, 43
  • Admiral, the, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 63, 101, 177
  • By W. Petrie, 45, 116.275
  • Admiralty Coal Inquiry, by C. Wye Williams. 60
  • Alkaline Manganates and Permanganates as Deodorisers. by H. B. Candy, 78
  • American Locomotives. by Z. Colburn, 255
  • Applied Mechanics, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 93
  • Army Cooking, by A Manufacturer, 43
  • Atlantic Cable, by A. C., 77
  • By Robert Bishop, 295
  • G. Blair, 431
  • Lord Carlingford, 43, 93, 294, 431
  • Electricus, 255
  • Forgeman, 43
  • C. Guthrie, 43
  • Charles Home, 98
  • Arthur Kinder, 25
  • Thomas W. Miller. 78
  • R. Montgomerie, 78, 97
  • W. Pearson, 61
  • Joseph Walsh, 93
  • Richards and Mather, 77
  • Northumbrian, 61
  • Observer, 4.13
  • R. W. R., 255
  • Wilkins and Weatherly, 78
  • Atlantic Telegraph, by F. M. Badouin, 155
  • By Canadiensis, 156
  • Shareholder, 392
  • Telegraph Engineer, &c., 355, 392, 431
  • Wildman Whitehouse, 410
  • Atlantic Telegraph Paying-out Apparatus, by E. Fellows, 275
  • Australian Vessels, by J. M. Hyde, 255
  • Belts, by F. Ennor, 413
  • Biddell and Balk's Boiler, by Henry Child4, 159
  • Bodmer's Safety Valve, by R. Bodmer, 09
  • Boiler Explosion at Manchester, by A. Hobbs, GI Boiler Explosions, by Amateur, 255
  • By S. Hamer, 291, 451
  • Boiler Safety Valves, by H. Hindle, 395
  • Boiler Water Alarm, by H. Hindle, 257
  • Boilers, Construction of, by Forgeman, 395
  • Boomerang. the, by .1. Norton, 395
  • Breaking of Steam Engines, by a Subscriber, 471
  • Breakwaters, by J. G. D., 471
  • Caoutchouc as an Insulator, by B. Nickels, 469
  • Caoutchouc Gutta-percha, by B. Nickells, 469
  • Cast Steel by Ile*seiner's Process, by G. F. 6Oransson, 314
  • Centrifugal Pumps and 'Carbines, by C. Schiele and Co., 433
  • Circle, by J. A. D., 393
  • Civil service Superannuation, by 1'.. 25
  • Coal Burning Locomotives, by J. Barber, 371
  • By T. E. Merritt, 409
  • V. 1'. 447
  • T. C. Wilkinson, 333
  • Coincident Inventions, by T. E. Merritt, 373
  • Combination of Screw and Paddles. by M. Lyn;, 357
  • Combined Steam, by John Wethered, 371
  • Combustion of Fuel, by J. W. Clare, C.E., 118, 156
  • By H. P. H., 79
  • a Smoker, 137
  • J. Lee Stevens, 99
  • C. Wye Williams, 101, 137
  • Compound Safety Valves, by J. Hopkinson, 433, 4;1
  • By John Clay. 491
  • Samuel Harmer, 491
  • " Condor" Locomotive, the. by John Dewrance, 25
  • Conduit Pipe, by James Napier, 334
  • Consumption of Fuel, by J. W. Clare, C.E., 197
  • in Steamships, by " Carbon," 448
  • Cort (Henry) and the Quarterly Review, by Richard Cori, 372
  • Currency, the, by a Returned Tourist, 334
  • Deepdale Viaduct, by Spectator, 393
  • Diagonal Principle of Iron Shipbuilding, by C. F. T. Y., 1
  • Difference of Pressure in Cylinders and Boilers, by P., 217
  • Direct Continuity of Momentum, by J. Norton, 355
  • Distilled Water, by A. B.C.. 471
  • Drainage of London, by H. 333
  • Driving Bands, by A. Smith, 219
  • belts, by Sibtilleu,
  • Driving Straps, by A. H., 199
  • By J. P., 357
  • Earnings and Savings, by A Drudge, 395
  • Edwards' Atmopyre, by B. X., 471
  • Electrical Induction, by J. 'fetlock, 469. 488, 507
  • Telegraphy, by John 'fetlock, 449
  • By X. Y. Z., 431
  • Elongated Paper Coated Rifle Shot, by J. Norton, 433
  • Employment of the Thames Sewage, by Rein acu Tetegit, 119
  • Expanding Pulley, C. Cowper, 357
  • Expansion of Steam in C) hurlers. by W. J. Ellis, 25
  • Expansion of Steam in Steam Engines, by C. W. Siemens, 217
  • Filters, by a Subscriber, 413
  • Floating Butteries, by William Bush, C.E., 371
  • Flock and Flock Machines, by a Subscriber, 257
  • Gas Retorts, by R. F. C., 471
  • By W. H. Hammersley, 491
  • It. C. 11., 509
  • Gasworks. by a Hater of Candles, 395
  • Geological Drainage of London, by R. J. Crlckmer, 97 197
  • By F. G. Mulholland, 139
  • Ghaut !tails. the, by Snowdon and Hopkins, 159
  • Glanville's Hester, by John Heaton, 375
  • Governors, by C. Schiele and Co., 395
  • Government Clerks' Dwellings, by One Government Scribe, 139
  • By T., 197
  • Griffiths' Screw Propellers, by (1. W. Jaffrey, 333
  • Grinding Provender, by B. and 11., 609
  • Gyroscope, by E. H. 355, 411
  • By W. Petrie, 354, 393. 410, 131
  • Heavy Joists and B .ra, by J. G. R. Alleyne. 255
  • Hindle's Valve, by B. Hindle), 471
  • Hydraulic Lift. by J. IL Johnson, 451
  • Induction in Submarine Wires. Sec., by G. Blair, 468
  • Iron Cutting Machine, by H. Chavasse and Co., 77
  • Drainage Channels, by W. L. J.. 275, 314, 355
  • Trade in Northamptonshire, by W. Brown 196
  • Keels of Vessels, by Seyton, 239
  • Late Boiler Explosion at Manchester, by R. Harvey, 119
  • Railway Accident near Dudley, By T. T. Chillingworth, 315
  • Light, by J. A. D.. 331
  • Liverpool Chain Testing Machine, by R. Mallet, 35.'),
  • Locomotive Engine Wheels, by V. P., 294
  • London Bridge, by An Engineer, 489
  • Low Water Boiler Valve, by H. Hindle, 317
  • Mackintosh's Plan of Asphyxiation in Warfare, by Energetic Peace, 410
  • By Desmond G. Fitzgerald, 355
  • Mackintosh's System of Warfare, by John Mackintosh, 373
  • W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 393
  • Mallet's Mortar, by B. Mallet, 217
  • Manchester Explosion, by C., 139
  • Marine Telegraph Wires, by G. R. Booth, 275
  • Metallic Circuits in Submarine Lines, by X. Y. Z., 448, 507
  • Metropolitan Drainage, by E. Weir, 7
  • Motive Power Establishment, by T. P. Purssglove, 491
  • New Mode of Propelling Vessels, by W. J. Giles, 116
  • Normann and Henley's Rope-overlapping Preventor—
  • Propulsion of Ships, by Goose Quill, 138
  • North Country Coal, 14" Carbon, 501
  • Northern Coal for the Navy, by J. Lee Stevens, 373
  • Ocean Steamships, by W. V. Miller. 275
  • Oil Tests, by Grease, 337
  • Oval Turning, by G. E. It., 357
  • Patent Law, by W. D. M., 294
  • By N. L. Bauwens, 468
  • F. W. Campin, 507
  • Patent Tribunals, by W. Spence, C.E., 393, 419, 506
  • Perforated Fire Doors, by Inquirer, 471
  • Permanent-Way, by 11. Greases, 373
  • Perpetual Motion, by T. J. M., 433
  • Pin Machinery, by A. C., 141
  • Platt's Patent for Weaving and Doubling, by John Platt, 317
  • Platt's Spinning Machinery, by R. Knowles, 179
  • Power of Brig, by John Pinchbeck, 469
  • Preservation of Stone by Frederick Winsome, 468
  • Preventing Deposit in Boilers, by Samuel Hamer, 357
  • By G. D. Hughes, 357
  • Prevention of Smoke, by H. Childs, 376
  • By II. P. H.. 156
  • J. Lee Stevens, 176
  • C. Wye Williams, I IR, 176
  • Priming, by R. Armstrong, 63
  • By A Subscriber, 45
  • Properties of Steam. by J. It., 117, 157
  • By W. J. Macquorn Rankine,137
  • Proportion of Farts of Portable Engines, by W. Batley, 275, 315
  • By Implement Maker, 237, 294
  • Proportion of Parts of Portable Engine, by A Novice, 275
  • Proportion or Power to Tonnage, &e., of various Vessels, by W. Petrie, 177
  • Proposed Employment for the Great Eastern, by B. S., 211
  • Proposed Trial of Threshing Machines, by Implement Maker. 196
  • Propulsion of Vessels, by J. W. Gills, 177, 19f,, 311
  • By W. Petrie, 157, 275
  • Protection of Stone, by D. T. Ansted, 468
  • Proving Boilers, by Telescope. 116
  • Punching Plates, by Richard Roberts, 413
  • Railway Accidents, by Charles Iggulder, 255
  • By J. W. Clare, C.E., 60
  • Railway Guard, i, 177
  • Spring Buffer, 98
  • Accidents, Boiler Explosions, by Locomotive, 237
  • By Locomotive Engine. 237
  • Carriage Buffers. by W. B. C., 509
  • Couplings, ace., by J. W. Clary, C.E , 25
  • By Loco, 25
  • A Railway Guard, 60
  • Railway Improvements, by " One for All," 196
  • Railways, Points and Crossings, by William Baines, 43
  • Raising Water, by End. Turner, 413
  • Real arid Apparent Specific Heat, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 196
  • Recent. Discoveries in Hydraulics, by Hydraulicus, 156
  • Rectification of the Circle, The, by W. E. Walker Resistance to Collapse, by V. Fairbairn, 451
  • Resistance of Glass Globes, by S. Hamer, 413
  • By Rule. 413
  • Revolver Apparatus, Professor Smyth's, by C. Schiele and Co.. 61
  • Ride Battering Ram, by J. Norton, 197
  • Rivetting by Steam, by Robert Harvey, 217
  • Rolling Screws, by J. Davies, 431
  • By Joseph Jewsbury,449
  • Rotary Engine. Double Acting Compound Disc, by Davies and Hunt, 9
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Chester Meeting, by Barrett, Exall and Andrewes, 138
  • by Competitor, 177
  • Garrett and Sons, 157
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Meeting, by Implement Maker, 78, 98, 118. 138, 177
  • Royal Society, by Well-Wisher, 294
  • Safety Chains, Reversing Engines, by Loco, 6
  • Safety Valves, by J. Hopkinson, 433, 471, 509
  • Saving of Fuel, by Lord Carlingford, 275
  • scoop W heels, by R... Baker, 413
  • By J. M. Oubridge, 395
  • S. P. W., 375
  • Smoke Prevention, &c., by H. Childs. 395
  • Screw Propellers, by Lord Carlingford, 372
  • Screw Steamer Atalanta. the, by G. W. Jaffrey, 411
  • Sediment in Boilers, Position of Chimneys, by
  • E. M. G., 337
  • By L. Sistillen. 375
  • Showing the Way how to do it, by J. Norton, 334
  • Silver’s Governor, Theoretical and Practical Philosophy, by Hamilton and Grandison, 7
  • Skilful Engineering at Sea, by John Hall, 43
  • Slide Valves, by Richard Bishop, 409
  • Smithfield Club Cattle Show, by a" Visiting Engineer," 468, 507
  • By Ransomes and Sims, 489
  • E. R. and F. Turner, 989
  • A Well-Wisher to the trade, 4(9
  • Smoke-burning Apparatus, by H. Childs, 471
  • By a Manafacturer,451
  • Smoke Prevention, G. H. Dircks, 991
  • By H. Childs, 509
  • S. S., 509
  • Smokeless Portable Engines, by J. A. Clarke, 156
  • By H. Childs. 78, 137, 177
  • J. Lee Stevens, 99
  • Sodawater Apparatus, by G. II. Gould, 451
  • Speed of Steam Vessels, by Thomas James, 317
  • Static Charges in a Submarine Circuit Composed of a Single Wire and Earth, X. Y. Z. on the, 448
  • Steam Culture, by an Amateur Ploughman. 507
  • Steam During its Expansion In Cylinders, by W. J. Ellis, 7
  • Steam Propulsion, the Admiral, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 196, 217
  • the Malta, by Fairplay. 393
  • Steam Regulators, by Richard Back, 45
  • By J. D.s 45
  • J. Smith, 45
  • Steamship Economy, by G. W. Jaffrey, 392
  • Steamship Performance, by Fairplay, 411
  • Steel, Improvements in the Manufacture of, by Vulcan, 372
  • Stone-breaking Machines, by Responsor, 199
  • Stopping Trains, by Loco. 43
  • Strength of Cast Iron Plates, by A Subscriber, 491
  • Strength of Cylinder Ends, by A Subscriber, 141
  • Submarine Cables, by A. K. W., 255
  • By J. B. Skews. 117
  • Submarine Telegraphs, by John Tatlock, 410
  • Superheated Steam, by W. C. Hare. 491
  • Surface Condensation. by H. Pratt, 930
  • Tables of the Pressures and Temperatures of Steam, by J. B.. 27
  • Telegraph to America. the, by Henry Kilgour, 275
  • Telegraph Cables by Waiter Hall, 410, .151
  • Telegraph Posts, by G. W. P.. 451
  • Telegraphs, by Tel. graph Engineer, 4s8
  • Theory of Harmonic Sounds, by J. A. D., 315, 393
  • By Sistillen, 431
  • Threshing Machines. by Ransomes and Sims, 118
  • Trajectory, the, by J. Norton, :195
  • Turbine. Professor Smyth's, by H. Childs, 45
  • Ventilation of Buildings, by W. D. M., 79
  • Ventilation, Portable Engines, &c., by Henry Childs, 99
  • Vindication. a, by Priest and Woolnough, 471
  • Volutor, the, by R. H. Thomas, 505
  • Water Level in Boilers, by S. S., 451
  • Water Pressure Engines, by C. Lawrence, 471
  • Winans' Steamship. b® A. B. C. 451
  • Working Pumps, by Hugh Jackson,297
  • Liability of Telegraphic Companies, 44
  • Lifeboat Statistics. 65
  • Stations, 293
  • for Russia. 233
  • Lighthouse, on a Proposed Floating, by W. Murphy, 355
  • Lighthouses Abroad, 41
  • Lighted by Gas, 192
  • Lighting of Aldershott Camp, 290
  • of a Slate Quarry with Gas, 306
  • Lightning Photographer, the, 231
  • Lights at Sea, 369

LITERATURE

  • Boy's Book of Industrial Information, by R. Noyce, 222
  • Combustion of Coal and the Prevention of Smoke Chemically Considered, by C. Wye %Villains, F:sq., 12
  • Considerations Chimiques et Pratiques sur la Combustion du Charbon et sur les moyens de Prevenier la Fumee. Par C. W. Williams, &c.. 307, 347, 365
  • Conversations on Natural Philosophy. by Mrs. Marcel, 320
  • Deane’s Manual of the History of Science of Firearms,181
  • English Traits, by W. Emerson, 339
  • L'Art Ceramique et Bernard Palissy, by M. E. Euju-bault, bzc., 377
  • Manual of Applied Mechanics, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 82
  • Permanent Way and Coal Burning Locomotive Boilers of European 13adways, by Colburn and Holley, 201, 221,241
  • Purification of the Thames, by F. O. Ward, 123
  • Resources of Estates, Su'. &c., by J. L. Morton, C.E., 243, 2r40
  • Rudimentary Dictionary of Terms used in Architecture, Building, Engineering, 61.c., Published by John Weale, 320
  • Teneriffe. an Astronomer's Experiment, Sic., by C. Piazzi Smyth, F. R.S.S., ac., 10. 29
  • Universal Currency, by Mr T. A. Tefft, 162
  • Unpolluted Streams, by George Coode, 123
  • Young America, &c., by G. F. Train, 47
  • Literature in Victoria, 424
  • Little Gossip about Cherbourg, a, 140
  • Liverpool Corporation Chain-testing Machine, 331, 416
  • Dock Extension, 281
  • Locomotive Working, the Permanent Way and, 232
  • Locomotive in Streets, 516
  • Lofty Railway Summit, 430
  • London Crystal Palace, 139
  • Drainage, 231
  • Mechanics' Institution, 61, 152, 307
  • Long Excursion, a, 320
  • Shot, 484
  • Loss of Atlantic Steamers, 326
  • of an Iron Steamer, 116
  • Losses by Shipwreck, 420
  • Low Moor Ironworks, 320
  • Lowest Tender, the, 427
  • McAdam and the Public, 26
  • Machine Manufactures in Switzerland, 407
  • to save Human Life in Mills, 170
  • Machinery for Reaping, by Alfred Croskill. 367
  • for Siberia, 174
  • Machines, Reaping, 112
  • Madras hallway, 3t14
  • Madrid Waterworks. 21
  • Magnetic Storms, or Earth Currents, 389
  • Mail Service, the American, 512
  • Steamer Colombo, 215
  • Steam Packet Lines, the, 331
  • Main Drainage of London—The Northern High-level Sewer, 426
  • Major Fitzmaurice's Life Light, 103
  • Major-General Shaw's Rifle Field Gallery, 244
  • Making Convicts Useful, 513
  • Mallett's Mortar, 77, 203
  • Malta and Alexandria Telegraph Company, 128
  • Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 310
  • and Liverpool Agricultural Society, 134, 217

MANCHESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY :—

  • Atlantic Cable, 3t6, 406, 464
  • Density of Steam at all *Temperatures. Experimental Apparatus for Determining the, by Dr. Joule, 454
  • Donates Comet, 366
  • Expansion of Air by Heat, by Dr. Joule. 406
  • Extract from a Letter from Professor Thompson, 310
  • Fall of Ruin at Manchester from 1786 to 1857 inclusive, an Account of the, by Mr. Joan Curtis, 454
  • Fossil Fishes in Perthshire, 406
  • Hardness of Metals and Alloys, 425
  • Researches in the Higher Algebra, by the Rev. R. Harley, 310
  • Spots on the Sun's Disc, by Professor Calvert, 464
  • Toad Stone of Doveholes, by Mr. Binney, 464
  • Utilisation of Sewage by Dr. Joule, 464. 503
  • Weather and the Operating Causes of its Changes, on the, by Mr. Hopkins, 504
  • Manufacture of Paper, 485
  • Manures, Fish, 145
  • Marine Algae, 490, 4,5
  • Boilers, 54
  • Museum, 251
  • Measurement of Water by Wear Boards, by J. Thompson, 274
  • Mechanical Force of Lightning, 2
  • Science, Progress of, 254
  • Mechanically-disposed Cow, A., 224
  • Mechanics' Institutes, Dr. Booth on the Work of, 281
  • Institution, the London, 61, 152, 301
  • Medals, Persian, 271
  • Mediterranean Telegraph, 513
  • Mersey Steel and Iron Works and the Liverpool Dock Board, 247
  • Messenger Anchor Shackle, the, 193
  • Meteorological Department of the Board of Trade, the, 115, 350
  • Metropolis Main Drainage Rate, 393
  • Metropolitan Bath Company, 3
  • Board of Works, 21, 366
  • Improvements, 100
  • Railways, 152, 412
  • Telegraphs, 449
  • Toll Commission, 39

METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS (Meetings of the) :—

  • Dangerous Practice, 115
  • Finsbury Park, 29:, Geological Drainage Scheme, 115
  • Main Drainage Rate, 260
  • Main Drainage of the Metropolis. 95, 115, 271
  • Meeting of the Committee, 366
  • Metropolis Local Management Act, 95
  • New Metropolitan Railway, 295
  • New Offices for the Works, 115
  • Report of the Board, 153
  • State of the River 'Thames, 3, 42
  • Microscopic Photography, 393
  • Milford Railway, the, 281
  • Mineral Produce, 281
  • Money, the Demands for, 310
  • Mons. Horeaux's Mode of Draining London, 273
  • Monster Nugget, a, 139
  • Railway Carriage, 99
  • Monument to George Stephenson at Newcastle, 170
  • to Hugh Miller at Cromarty, 281, 44.;
  • to Sir Isaac Newton at Grantham, 214
  • Morecambe Lighted with Gas, 234
  • Mortality of the British Army, by Dr. Guy, 19, 38, 73
  • Mortar, Mallett's, 77, 203
  • Mouths of the Danube, 516
  • Moving Batteries for Coast Defences, 365
  • Mr. Charles Bright Knighted, 191
  • Mr. Hugh Miller's Museum, 247
  • Mr. Melly's Drinking Fountains in the Isle of Man, 233
  • Mr. R. Stephenson. M.P., 4911
  • Mr. W. Fairbairn on the Drainage of London, 320
  • Multiplication of Music by Electricity, 208
  • National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, 192, 271
  • Social Science Association, 237
  • Native Talent, 92
  • Navigation of Canals by Screw Steamers, 135
  • of the Kouban, 401
  • Naval Matters, 144
  • Navy, the. 211. 230
  • Neapolitan Railway Policy, 408
  • New Adelphi Theatre, 65, 2"8
  • American Steam Engine, 148
  • Bazaar, Oxford-street, the, 348
  • Brazilian Steamer, Princessa de Joinville, 97
  • Breach-Loading Gun, 5!2
  • Bridge at Westminster, 54
  • Cluck at Leicester, 494
  • Coalfield, 247
  • Colliery Rules for South Staffordshire, 18
  • Colouring Matter, a, 306
  • Conservancy Board of the River Thames. 170
  • Cotton Winding Machine, 365
  • Directions for Restoring the Apparently Drowned, 13
  • Discovery in Art, 233
  • Floating Dry Dock, by George Bayley, 810
  • Foundry, 8
  • Gas Jet, 384
  • cold Excitement. a, 131
  • Government Mine Inspector, 140
  • Government Works at Portsmouth, 309
  • Inspectorship or Coal Mines, 92
  • Jetty and Works at Bayonne, 215
  • Lighthouse for the North Coast of Mayo, 168
  • Lighthouse off the South Wales Coast, 143
  • Local Government Art, 152
  • Main Thoroughfare through the Metropolis, 930
  • Map of Manchester, 191 51rap of Switzerland, 89
  • Material for Envelopes, 424
  • Material for Roadmaking, 271
  • Metropolitan Railway Terminus, 110
  • Mode of Constructing Boilers, 366
  • Museum at Oxford, 221
  • Nasmyth's Hammer at Portsmouth, 197
  • Railway round London, 480
  • Railway in Austria, 467
  • Railway Communication with the Crystal Palace, 389
  • Railway Round London, 480
  • Railway Signal, 251
  • Railway Station at Margate, 335
  • Railway Terminus in Paris, 474
  • Route from London to Exeter, 6T Royal Mail Steamers, 373
  • Screw Steamers for the Peninsular and Oriental Company, 493
  • Screw Steamship Ceylon, 310
  • South Wales, 397
  • South Wales. Notes from, 363
  • Species of Silk Worm, 213
  • Station on the North Kent Railway, 157
  • Steam Route to America via Galway, 59
  • Steamers, 230
  • Steam Yacht, 394
  • Steamship Paramatta, 516
  • Steering Apparatus, 426
  • Stereoscope, 112
  • Storekeeper at Chatham, 40
  • Submarine Cable, 426
  • Submarine Telegraph, 382, 942, 516
  • Telegraph Cable, 316
  • Theatre Royal Adelphi, 474
  • Town Hall at Sydney, 188
  • Transatlantic Packet Station, 91
  • Water Supply at Paris, 424
  • Newcastle v. Welsh Steam Coal, 330
  • Newfoundland Telegraph, the, 154
  • North Eastern Railway Bible Society, 4E5
  • Northfleet Docks, the Proposed, 260
  • North Foreland Lighthouse Lantern, 172
  • Oxfordshire Ironfields, 331
  • Rhine (South Australian) Copper Mining Company, 99
  • Wales Mining District, 346, 489
  • and South London Railway. 366
  • West. and South London Junction Railway, 501
  • Northern High Level Sewer; Main Drainage of London, 426
  • Northumberland Pauper Lunatic Asylum, 8
  • Norton's, Captain, Elongated Rifle Shot, 54
  • New Projectile, 215

NOTE BOOK :—

  • African Cotton. Mr. Consul Campbell on, 122
  • Agricultural Steam Machinery, 64
  • Air of Towns, 10
  • America and the Atlantic Telegraph, 159
  • American Originality, 439
  • American Railways, 473
  • Architectural Museum and the Government, 122
  • Architectural Prize Competitions. 64
  • Atlantic Telegraph, 27, 121, 141, 220, 240, 277, 357 395, 473
  • Australian Mail Service, 297
  • Bessemer Process in Sweden, 358
  • Boiler Explosions, 510
  • Bradford Poisonings, the. 376
  • Breakwaters for Harbours of Refuge, 2)R, 337
  • British Association, 2.57
  • British Columbia—Pacific Railway, 3!9
  • Building (;rants, 10
  • Civil Service 8uperannuations, 29, 46
  • Codification of Our Laws, 359
  • Coincident Inventions, 359
  • Colliers' School—Prize Schemes, 376
  • Combined Steam, 320
  • Combustion of Coal, 472
  • Commercial Future, the, 317
  • Construction of Breakwaters, 434
  • Construction of Telegraph Cables, 180
  • Dr. Letheby on the Sewage Question, 258
  • Dr. Livingstone, 2U0
  • Drainage of London, 63, 102
  • Duty on Paper, 46
  • Education Commission, 377
  • Emigration, 317
  • English and Foreign Engineers, 376
  • English Industrial Passports, 259
  • Extension of Submarine Telegraphs, 160
  • Factory Inspector's Report, 28
  • Fireproof Ships, 318
  • Fireproof Steam hips, 299, 359
  • Foreign and Colonial Railways, 337
  • Foreign Railway Concessions,;)96
  • Foreign Tariffs on British Iron, 413
  • French Naval Display, 143
  • Friendly Societies, 2U0
  • Gas Purification Trial, the, 160
  • Gold. :s96
  • Gold Crushing, 415
  • Government trial of Inventions. 142
  • Grants for Building Schools of Art, 453
  • Great Eastern, the, 240. 414
  • Hydraulic Graving Docks, 111
  • Improvement of Architecture, 338
  • Increase of Railway Casualties, 23
  • of Steam Navigation, 415
  • Indian Railways, 199, 219
  • Institution of Engineers in Scotland, 161
  • International Patent Right, 101
  • Isthmus of Suez Canal, 277
  • Late Explosion at Manchester, 81
  • Railway Collision near Dudley, 239, 279
  • Locomotive Improvement, 452
  • Lowering Ship Boats 199
  • Main Drainage, the, 511
  • Manby, Mr. Charles, 415
  • Manchester Cotton Supply Association, 102
  • Mechanical Progress of the Past Year, 491
  • Metropolitan Main Drainage, 318
  • Railways, 451, 471
  • Middle-Class Art instruction, 161
  • Education, 201, 299
  • Monument to George Stephenson, 172
  • National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, 299
  • Medallions for 1858, 82
  • Naval Warfare. 396
  • New Ocean Steam Ships, 452
  • Steam Ship Lines, 375
  • Northern Cant for the Navy, 338
  • Ordnance survey, 63, 81
  • Oxford Middle-Class Examinations 43
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steam Permanent Way, 353
  • Preservation of Stone, 27M, 33S, 434
  • Progress of Art Instruction, 49.3
  • Progress of Railways, 298
  • Proposed Exhibition of MI, 258, 433
  • Panama Route to Australia, 179
  • Telegraphs to India. '101
  • Prospects of Engineering Employment, 318
  • Prospects of the Iron Trade, 297
  • Protection of Iron in Sea Water, 299
  • Prussian Railways 414
  • Pupil-Teachers in Public Schools, 279
  • Purification of the Thames. 27, 45
  • Railway Accidents, 9
  • Collision near Dudley, the. 179
  • Companies Association, 509
  • Conference, 319
  • Enterprise, 141
  • Iron, 492
  • Management, 219, 134
  • Policy, 220
  • Quarrels. 414
  • Statistics, 396
  • Recent (sold Discoveries, 375
  • Results of the Social Science Conference. 339
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Chester Meeting, 46
  • Visit to Leeds, 221
  • Schools of Art, 1857 and 1858, 123
  • Science Schools, 103
  • Select Committee on Railway Accidents, 180
  • Serpentine. the, 82
  • Shipwrecks, 278
  • Sir Isaac Newton, 240
  • South Atlantic Telegraph. 492
  • State of our Coinage, 142, 180
  • of the Thames-Metropolitan Drainage, 9
  • Steam Cultivation, 159
  • Steam Ship Economy, 357
  • Submarine Electrical Conductors, 510
  • Tabulated Report of the Committee of the Council of Education, 200
  • Transport of Troops to India, 67)
  • Two Gigantic Schemes. 221
  • Tyldesley Colliery Explosion. the, 511
  • Whit9ehouse, Mr., and the Atlantic Telegraph Company, 23
  • Why should Government Interfere with Art Education ? 359
  • Notes from New South Wales, 363
  • from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 17, 36, 53, 71, S9. 109, 129, 149, 167, 187, 208, 228, 248, 2A 285, 305, 325, 345, 365, 383, 02, 421, 441, 459, .179, 500, 517
  • on American Engineering, Navigation, Iron Manufacturing, &c , by Zerah Colburn, C.E., 209
  • on Watt and Boulton. 36S
  • Notice of Some of the Articles Shown in the Mechanical Section of the Leeds Exhibition of Local Industry, by J. Buckton, 290
  • Notices to Correspondents. See Letters to the Editor.
  • Novel Statistics, 450
  • Steamship, 339, 404
  • Novel Vessel,114
  • Novelty in Steam Boilers, 203
  • Number of the Human Bones, 413
  • Obligations to Canals, 370
  • Ocean Currents, 445
  • Navigation, 304
  • Steamships, 250
  • Telegraphs. 266
  • Offer to Restore the Atlantic Telegraph, 333
  • Official Inconsistency, 483
  • Visit to Woolwich Dockyard, 233
  • Omeo, Trial Trip of the, 427
  • Omnibus Railways for the West End, 4S
  • Open First-class Carriages on Railways, 29
  • Opening of the. Vernon Park at Stockport, 211
  • Optical Illusions, Apparatus for, by H. Dirks, 252
  • Ordnance Casting, 330
  • Survey, the, 22
  • Oriental Inland Steam Navigation Company, 113
  • Steam Navigation Company, Steamers for the, 115
  • Ottoman Railway from Smyrna to Aidin, 256
  • Our Steam Power, 241
  • Overland Telegraph to New York, 361
  • Oxford Middle Class Examinations, 4M,
  • Oxford street, the New Bazaar, 318
  • Oxford, Worcester. and Wolverhampton Railway, the Accident on the, 2, 3, 193, 227, 236, 274, 251
  • Ozone, 315
  • Pacific Railway to Vancouver's Railway, 114
  • Panama Route to Australia, 182, 394
  • Paperhangings, Arsenic in, 234
  • Parasite of a Parasite, the, 259

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE

  • Atlantic Electric Cable, 49, 81
  • Battersea Park, 67
  • Burlington House. 67
  • Carriage Entrance to St. James's Park, SI
  • Chelsea Bridge Amendment Act, 31, 67, 81
  • Clothing of the Army, 49
  • Commission on Lighthouses 31
  • Committee of Supply, 49, 67
  • Departments of Science and Art, 49
  • Factories Bill, 84
  • Firework Explosion, the, C7
  • Forged Trade Marks, 49
  • Grant's, Captain, Cooking Apparatus, 84
  • Grievances of Artists, the, H4
  • Harbours of Refuge, 49. 07, 84, 95
  • Hurdles In the Parks, 95
  • International Patent Right, 81
  • Metropolis Local Act Amendment Bill 67, 81
  • Motions for Next Session. 93
  • National Gallery, C7, 95
  • Ordnance Survey, 95
  • Peruvian Guano, 31
  • Progress of Magnifies, 84
  • Prospects of the New Year, 512
  • Public Health Bill, 67, 95
  • Purification of the Thames, 49
  • Railway Cheap Trains Bill, 49
  • Roads and Canals in India, 49
  • St. Paul's Churchyard, 95
  • State of Thames, SI Telegraphic Communication with India, 41, 95
  • Thoroughfares of the Parks, 31
  • Traction Engines, 49, 95
  • Victoria Station and the Pimlico Railway Bill, 31
  • Wellington Monument, 84. 93
  • Parliamentary Witness 65
  • Patent Business of Last Year, the, 92
  • Derrick Company, 288
  • Law Courts, 316
  • Laws, Report of the Committee on, by T. Web•
  • star, 335
  • Museum at South Kensington, 112
  • Partridge's Superheating Apparatus, 48U
  • Peat Gas. 230
  • Pembroke Dock, '75
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company, 421
  • People's Parks for Liverpool and Huddersfield, 328
  • Performance of Steam Vessels, the Functions of the Screw, &c., by Vice-Admiral Moorsom, 289
  • Permanent Vac in &o pt, 11
  • Improvement of, 33)
  • and Coal-burning Boilers of the European Railways, 137
  • and Locomotive Working, the, 232
  • and Wheels of Railways, by W. B. Adams, 353
  • Persian Medals, 271
  • Petrification of the Human Body, 17A
  • Photographic Copies of Bank Notes Prevented, 331
  • Photography, 70, 128, 152
  • Piers and Harbours, 30
  • Plasticity of Ice. by J. Thompson, 260
  • Plough, the Steam, in Staffordshire and Wiltshire, 473
  • Polished Steel Frigates, 210
  • Population and Dwellings in London, 458
  • and Means of Conveyance in the Metropolis, 458
  • Portland Harbour, 236
  • Portraits of Henry Corte 197, 227
  • Powder and Electricity, 191
  • Power of Electricity Foretold, the, 271
  • Powerful Steam Hammer, 272
  • Preller's Thongs and Leather Bands, 44
  • Present Condition of the Serpentine, 112
  • Present State and Requisite Improvements of the River Lea (vol. v.), 24, 49, 74, 115, 144, 172, 02
  • Presentation to Mr. John Hocking, jun., of Redruth, 365
  • Preservation of the Dead, 321
  • Railway Sleepers, 489
  • of Stone, 247, 293
  • of the Stone of the Houses of Parliament, 24
  • Prevention of Fire at Sea, 366
  • of Fire in Government Vessels, 304
  • of Railway Accidents, 44
  • Prices Current of Metals, 18, 36, 51, 72, 90, 110, 130, 150, 16g, 188, 208, 224, 218, 266, 2i6, 306, J26, 316, 366, 384, 404, 422, 442, 960, 480, 5" 518
  • Prideaux's Furnace Valve Doors, 2
  • Prince Albert, the, 600
  • Prince Alfred Steamer, 188
  • Printing in Colours, 3b9
  • on Both Sides at once, 108
  • Press, on an Universal, by T. J. Silberman, 349
  • Production of Cotton, 616
  • of Iron in France, 426
  • Progress of Chemical Science. by Sir J. W. F. Herschel, 291
  • of the Birkenhead Docks, 271
  • of Mechanical Science, by B. W. Fairbairn, 261
  • Promotion in her Majesty's Dockyards, 350
  • Proof Guns at Woolwich, 296
  • Proposed Acknowledgments to Captains Preedy and Hudson. 216
  • Docks at Northfleet, 190
  • Floating Lighthouse, Mr. T. Murphy on a, 355
  • New Life Ladder, 4u4
  • Northfleet Docks, 260
  • Trans-Atlantic Station at Foynes, 290
  • Prospects of the Cotton Trade, 485
  • of the Shipping Trade, S2 I
  • Public Barometers for F:stierinen, 25
  • Drinking Fountains, 8
  • Drinking Fountains for Chester, 252
  • Drinking Fountains for London, 203
  • Health, 25
  • Drinking Fountains at Sunderland, 21;6
  • Works in Ireland, b9
  • Works in Ceylon. 250
  • Pulley, Mr. J. Coombe on an Expanding, 312
  • Pumping Engines, the Yarmouth, 119, 139
  • Purification of the Thames, 20, 42, 57
  • Purifying the Thames, Siemens' Plan for, 157
  • Quarts Reduction Company, 154
  • Quick Manufacture of Clothing by Machinery, 473
  • Railway in Egypt, the, 150
  • Accidents, 2, 3
  • Accidents in 1858, 211
  • Accidents in the West Midlands, 260
  • Benevolent Institution, 404
  • and Canal Companies, 203
  • and Canal Legislation, 72
  • Carriages for the Pope, 404
  • Collision near Dudley, 150, 424
  • Collision on the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway, the, 170
  • Collision In South Wales, 273
  • Competition, 252
  • Extension in South Wales, and North, West, and South London Junction, 5J4
  • Parcels Post, 427
  • Passengers' Assurance Company, 198
  • Pioneers for Brazil, 431
  • Rolling Stock Company, 112
  • Season Tickets, 44)
  • Schools, 401
  • Signals, Recent Improvements in, by Mr. C. J. Whitworth, 351
  • Sleeping Couches, 20
  • Traffic, 112
  • Trip in Egypt, 5
  • Troubles, 512
  • War, 404
  • Railways, Austrian, 429
  • Indian. 192, .105
  • in Spain, 419
  • Raising of the Brig Lightning by one of the Floating Derricks, 416
  • the Great Boll at Westminster, '245
  • Sunken Vessels, Derrick Apparatus for, 2:.9
  • Water, by W. O. Carrett, 311
  • Rating of Institutions, 09
  • Reaping Machinery, by Alfred Croskill, 367
  • Machines, 112
  • Recent Improvements In Railway Signals, by Mr. C. J. Whitworth, 351
  • Recording Missing Ships at Sea, the Gresham Buoy for, by S. Oldham, 391
  • Recovery of Lost Property, 309
  • Red Sea Telegraph, 416
  • Redditch Railway, 92
  • Reduction of Wages of Dockyard Labourers, 182
  • Refuge Commission, the Harbours of, 2:1, 427, 484
  • Regulation of Slaughter-houses in the City, 303
  • Rendering Articles of Dress Nun-combustible, 216
  • Renewal of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company's Contract, 214
  • Repeal of the Paper Duty, 951
  • Report of the Committee on Patent Laws, by T. Webster, 335
  • of the Select Committee on the State of the Thames, 217
  • Retirement of Captain finish, 224, 233
  • Reviews. (See Literature)
  • Revolver Pistol, 263
  • Rifle Field Battery, 210
  • River Engineers at the North East Ports, 446

Royal Agricultural Improvement Society of Ireland, 163

  • Agricultural Society, 513
  • Agricultural society's Meeting, 56
  • Albert Bridge, 72
  • Charter, 25
  • Commission on the Store and Clothing Depots at Weedon, 74
  • Engineers Despatched to Columbia, 320
  • Geographical Society, 306
  • Laboratory Woolwich, 218
  • National Life Boat institution, 211
  • Terrace Pier and Gardens at Gravesend, '251

ROYAL INSTITCTION OF GREAT BRITAIN (Meetings at the):—

  • Late Earthquakes in Southern Italy, by J. P. Lacaita, Esq., III
  • Mor-de-Mace, by Jno Tyndall, 1
  • Organic Bodies without the Agency of Vitality, Production of, by Professor E. Frankland, 131
  • Phenomena of Germation, by '1'. 11. 1-luxle), I 1 1
  • Rowett's Telegraph Cable, 248
  • Russian Mails, 426
  • Railroad, a, 447
  • Railways, 411
  • Railways—Extraordinary Revelation!, 328
  • Railways, she Grand, 175
  • Steam Navigation, 473
  • Steam Navigation Company, 42.1
  • Sale of Grain, 2
  • Sale of Ships. :ILO
  • Saltash, the Viaduct at, 309
  • Sanitary Conditions of Printing Offices, 3
  • Sappers and Miners Sent to British Columbia, I8i
  • Sarah Sands, the, 20
  • School and College Days of Sir Isaac Newton, 24 i
  • Schooner from the American Lakes, 276
  • Scientific Congress, 253
  • Scinde Railway Company, 273
  • Scinde Railway Company, Indus Steam Flotilla, and Punjaub Railway. 304
  • Scotch Iron Trade, 43, 230, 276
  • Screw Colliers and the Seamen, 224
  • Screw Steam Yacht for the Pasha of Egypt, 352
  • Screw Steamers, on ale Navigation of Canals by, 133
  • Sculling Machine, 965
  • Sea, Lights at, 309
  • Second Atlantic Cable, 370
  • Second class Carriages on the South Western Railway, 272
  • Select Committee on the State of the Thames, 18
  • Serpentine, State of the, 75
  • Severn Improvement., 188
  • Sewage of Birmingham, Filtration Experiments, 271
  • Sewage Question, its Prospective Solution, 56
  • Sewage to Land, Application of, 144
  • Sheffield Cutlers' Yeast, the, 193
  • Shipbuilding at Sunderland, 445
  • at Woolwich, 2, 113
  • Ship Launch. 503
  • Ventilation, 503
  • Shipping Interest, the, 21S, 484
  • Shipping of the United Kingdom, 442
  • Ships Boats. 508
  • Fitting at Sheerness, 286
  • of War Building, 311
  • Show, the Cattle, 4.13
  • Siemens' Plan for Purifying the Thames, 157
  • Silent Printing Office, a, 480
  • Silicates applied to Cements and Paints, 513
  • Silk from Victoria, 70
  • Simultaneous Railway Brake, 236
  • Sir Isaac Newton's School and College Days, 214
  • Sir Peter Fairbairn, 246
  • Sir Roderick Murchison, 214
  • Sittingbourne and Sheerness Railway, 178
  • Skerries Harbour of Refuge. 114
  • Smith's System of Steam Agriculture. 57
  • Smoke Consuming at Sunderland, 369
  • Smoke Nuisance Abatement Bill. 2
  • Smoking in Rail way Trains, 486
  • Social Science Association, 157
  • Societe d'Acclimation, 2
  • Society of Arts, 2
  • Special Prize, 108

SOCIETY OF ARTS (Meetings at the) :—

  • Annual Report of the Council, 6
  • Copper Smelting, by Hyde Clarke, 414, 461
  • Financial Prize Essay, 112
  • Joubert's Method of Rendering Engraved Plates capable of producing a greatly increased Number of Impressions, 406
  • Modifications which the Ships of the Royal Navy have undergone during the present Century, Mr. E. J. Reed on the, 481, :.01
  • Opening Address of the One Hundred and Fifth Session, 383
  • Small Parcels Post 66
  • Soundings for another Atlantic Cable, 340
  • Sources of Water, Discovery of Subterranean, 134
  • South Australia, 484
  • South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway, 218
  • South Wales Institute of Engineers, 85, 331
  • South Wales, New, 397
  • Railway, 144
  • Southampton Docks, 95, 131
  • Engineers' Annual Trade Festival, 213
  • Southern Railroad of Canada, 29.;
  • Soyer's Army Kitchens, 97
  • Spanish Railways. 153
  • Spontaneous Combustion : Asphalted Felt, 157
  • Squares and Cubes, Constructing Tables of, by C. M. Willich. 311
  • Stanford's Library Map of Europe, 292
  • State of our Coinage, 151
  • the Serpentine, 75
  • the Thames, 13
  • Station Names on Railway Porters' Hats, IMS
  • Statistics of the United St ates,446
  • Statutes or Sewers, the Essex Commissioners of Sewers the. 319
  • Steam Butler Assurance Company, 26, 168, 491
  • Expiation*, 203
  • Combined, by Hon. John Weathered, 308
  • Communication with America, 367
  • cultivation in the West Indies, 406
  • Engine', on the Expansion of Steam in, by Mr. J. G. Lawrie, :69, 190
  • Expansively, on the Employment of, by Mr. A. Morton, 132, 149
  • Flour Mill in Peru, 58
  • Mail Communication between Australia and New Zealand, 250
  • on Canals, 368
  • Plough, Fisken's 260
  • Plough in America, 444
  • Postal Communication with New Zealand, 1'J1
  • Rams, 293, 326
  • Plough in Staffordshire and Wiltshire, .173
  • Sloop "Virago," 115
  • Tug for the Severn, 153
  • Vessels and their Performances, the Functions of the Screw, etc., by Vice-Admiral 51oorsom, 289
  • Steamer, Hudson, 389
  • Steamers for China, 213
  • for the Ganges, 266
  • for the Oriental Steam Navigation, 115
  • Galway Line of, 197
  • Steamship, the Callao, 348
  • Steamships, 473
  • Steamships Building at New York, 384
  • Stephenson's, Robert, Birthplace, 389
  • Memorial School, 233
  • Stockport, Opening of the Vernon Park at, 241
  • Stockton Bridge, 13
  • Stores for British Columbia, 237
  • Street Water Fountains, 170
  • Strike at Earl Fitzwilliam's Collieries, the, 340
  • Strong-room for the Goldfields, 943
  • Sub-Alpine Tunnel, 41
  • Submarine Cable in Niagara River, 389
  • between Australia and Tasmania, 18
  • Telegraph between Great Britain and the Continent, 365
  • Telegraph Company, 293
  • Telegraph for Tasmania, 465
  • Telegraph., 485
  • Submersion of Telegraph Cables, by Henry Conybeare, Esq., 389
  • Substitute for Coal Gas, 1R8
  • Substitution of Coal for Coal in Railway Locomotives, 213
  • Suez Canal, 94, 276, 394, 421, 426, 458, 494
  • Railway, 412
  • Sunken Ships at Sebastopol, 145
  • Supply of Guns, 215
  • Superheating Steam, 331
  • Survey of British America, 191
  • Suspension, 6
  • Swan River, 223
  • Swiss Trade and Railways, 412
  • Table of Squares and Cubes, Constructing, by C. M. Willich, 311
  • Talbot's New Discovery, 20
  • Tallow Melting In the City. 75
  • Tax on Inventions, 266, 326
  • Telegrams by the Million, :00
  • Telegraph, the Atlantic. 42, 133, Ill. 131, 170, 182, 216 161, 187, 316, 320. 365. 389, 422, 484
  • the Autographic, 259
  • Cables, 176,252
  • between England and the Hague, 236
  • between Liverpool and Holyhead, 81
  • in the Greek Archipelago, 411
  • in Switzerland. 401
  • through Behring's Strait:, 14
  • to India, 103
  • to the Isle of Wight, 473
  • to Jersey, 192
  • to the Channel Islands, 103
  • Telegraphic Abbreviations, 214
  • Communication with India and the East, 229
  • Communication between Liverpool and Holyhead, 313
  • Communication in the Mediterranean and with India, 92
  • Congress, !SR Progress. 430, 450
  • Project, 1ST Telegraphs, Town, 133
  • Submarine, 483
  • Tenders for the Construction of the Northern High Love Sewer, 484
  • Terrible Explosion of Gas, 227
  • Railway Accident In America. 96
  • Testimonial to Mr. E. Cheeseman, 378
  • Tensile Strength of American Iron, 3
  • Thames. Condition of the, 21, 92, 193
  • Graving Docks, 516
  • The Brighton New Lifeboat, 326
  • The Purification of the Thames, 20, 42, 57
  • Three Steamer. Wrecked, 325
  • Timber, 18, 3t;, 51, 72. 90, 110, 18), 150, 168, I8Q, 208, 228, 266, 2S6, 306, 326, 31s;, 366, 381, 401, 222, 4 460, 4.0, 500, 518
  • for Shipbuilding, €7
  • Tin Trade, 36
  • 'tonnage Registration, 272
  • Toronto Crystal Palace, 170
  • Total Destruction of the Austria, 271
  • Town Telegraphs, 133
  • Traction Engines. 2403
  • Trade of the Indus, 215
  • of Spain, 412
  • Traffic of the North Western Railway. 442
  • Trammel, called a Volutor, to Describe the Spiral of Archimedes and others, Description of a, by Rev. J. Booth. 61e., 389
  • Trial of a Rifle Gun. 320
  • Trip of the Oneo. 427
  • Trials of the Lancaster and Enfield Rifles, '212
  • Triumphs of the Electric Telegraph, 486
  • Uniformity of Weights, 425
  • Union Steamship Company, 400
  • Universal Printing Press, on an, by T. J. Silberman, 349
  • Unwholesome Omnibus, the. 508
  • Use of Charcoal for Purifying Sewage Gases, 308
  • Use of Electricity to Deaden Pain, 326 1.14
  • Usk Side Ironworks, the, 149
  • Utilisation of Peat, 324
  • Vacant Sites in the City, 29
  • Vacuum Cylinder Ship Propeller, 172
  • Value of Property in London, 440
  • Vein of Coal on Fire, a, 190
  • Ventilation of Barracks, 360
  • Very Primitive Locomotive, a, 360
  • Viaduct at Saltash, the. 309
  • Victor Emanuel Railway. the, 203
  • Victoria Bridge at Montreal, .1?4, 450
  • Railway Debentures, 516
  • Vienna and Linz Railway, the, 4,34
  • Yarmouth Pumping Engines, 119. 139
  • Yorkshire Agricultural Society’s Meeting, 108
  • Warming and Ventilating, 315
  • Waste of Woollen mine, 212
  • Watchmaking In England, 6
  • Water, Some Modern Appliances for Raising, by W. O. Carrett, 311
  • Water-power, on the Economy of, by Joseph Glynn, 290
  • Waterworks, Berlin, 7, 26, 62
  • Watt und Moulton. Notes on, 3G8
  • Welch v. Newcastle Steam Coal, 330
  • Wellington College, 296
  • Welsh Iron Trade, 445
  • Steam Coal, '2
  • West Africa, 4'.!5
  • Midlands, Railway Accidents in the, 260
  • Westminster Midge, 153
  • and Doncaster Verity 266
  • When is the Right Time to Advertise? 150
  • Will the Atlantic Telegraph Pay? 173
  • Winding Apparatus, 173
  • Winds in New Zealand, 191
  • Wonders of Photography, '22
  • Wood-plug Ammunition, on the Falsity of the Construction of the. 03
  • Woolsley House, 238
  • Woolwich Gun Foundry, 380
  • Guns. 42
  • Worksop Gas Company, 23
  • Yanked Tribute to British Maritime Supremacy, 106
  • Yachts, 192
  • Yield of Gold in Australia. the, 331

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