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Academy, The, 411

  • the Royal, 246
  • of Sciences, 41

Accident to the Calais Mail Packet, 227

  • on the Cornwall Railway, 343
  • Polytechnic Institution, 41, 60

Accidents in America. Railroad. 47

  • Railway, 70, 79, 90, 125, 171, 282, 439
  • Act', Railway. 441

"Adamantine Clinker," 177

Adamson's Hydraulic Lifting Jacks, 222

Admiralty Coal Reports, 227, 230

Adulteration of Food, &c, 37. 445

Aeroliths. 176

African Exploration, 263

  • Steam Navigation Company, 416

Agriculture, Cultivation of Land, Parker's Apparatus, 352

  • Eddington's Drainage Plough, 238
  • Ploughs and Ploughing, 206
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, 408
  • Steam Cultivation, 380, 403
  • Steam Plough in America, 344
  • Steam Ploughing, 421
  • Trial of Steam Cultivators, 193

Agricultural Engines, 297

Agricultural Implements Abroad, 99

  • Improvement, 50, 448
  • Railway Traffic, 29U Society, Royal. 206. 242
  • Statistics, Irish, 319

Air, Organic Matter of the, 311

Alarm Signal, 116

Algerian Railways. 337

Allan's Cable, 356

Alleyne’s Beams and Girders, 298

Alloys, 67

  • Alloys of Aluminium and Iron, 145

Almond's Furnaces for the Combustion of Smoke, 423

Alps, Cost of a Tunnel under the, 388

Aluminium, 1'22

America, coal-fields of, 421

  • via Galway, 446
  • Interesting Intelligence from,
  • Railroad Accidents in, 47
  • Steam Communication with. 227
  • Steam Plough in, 344
  • Trade, &c., in, 275
  • Yachting in, 394

American Coinage, 315

  • Mail Service, 94, 166
  • Manufacturing, City, 130

American Patent Laws, 320

  • River Steamers, 274
  • River Steamers, as compared with those of the Clyde, 274
  • Steamships, 407
  • Steam Vessels, European and, 416
  • View of the War, 404

Anaesthesia, Fatal Cases of, 9

Annealing Pots, Miles, 169

Anvil, Wright s, 404

Arches, Elliptical Cast Iron, 183

Architecture, Ancient and Modern Naval, 396

Ariadne, the Screw Frigate, 405

Arithmetic, Deadly, 362

Arms, Brazier's Fire, 169

Armstrong, Sir W. G., 147

  • Gun Factory. 401
  • and his Workmen, Sir W. G., 164
  • Armstrong's Boilers, etc., 117
  • Gun, 24, 46, 101, 358

Army, the, 362

  • Austrian, 112
  • the British, 10
  • Estimates, 135
  • the Prussian, 10
  • United States, 110

Arsenal, Woolwich, 362, 436

Art Education, Progress of, 223

Art, Fashions in, 254

  • in France, English, T. Silvestre, 78

Art Instruction, Progress of, 301

Arts, les Artistes, et l'Industrie on Angleterre, &c. &c., les, 41

Artillery Arms, French, 357

ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS. 17:

  • Address, by Mr. Newton, 106
  • "Best mode of Producing Heavy Castings in Iron,"
  • by Mr. Keyte, 29S
  • " Concussion of Water." by Mr. John Briggs, 329
  • Discussion on 408
  • " Hydraulics," by Mr. John Briggs, 408
  • Association of Mechanical Draughtsmen, Formation of Rules, 375, 402
  • Association, the Prevention of Boiler Explosions, 7S, 150
  • Assurance, Railway, 153
  • Aston's Breech-loading Arms. 154
  • Astronomical, 166
  • Atlantic Cable, 224
  • Ferry. the, 456
  • Telegraph, 10, 24, 71, 78, 100, 118, 133, 152, 171, 193, 198, 209, 245, 261, 289, 375, 388, 403, 411, 441, 447
  • Telegraph, Proposed Now Route, 321
  • Telegraph Company, New, 427
  • Australia, Comet in, 43
  • Cotton from, 303
  • Explorations in, 22
  • Interior of, 352
  • Public Works in South, 293
  • Railways in South, 440, 449
  • Telegraph from Europe, via India, to, 349
  • Telegraph in South, 311
  • via Panama, 396
  • Australian Builder, the, 328
  • Gold-fields, Geology of, 345
  • Mails, 212, 265, 283
  • Railways, 70, 77
  • Avon, Accident to the, 112
  • Axle-boxes, 335
  • not Requiring Lubricating, 257
  • Bacon's Valves, Gates, and Stop-cock3, 366
  • Balloon, a Transatlantic, 275
  • Barnum's Lectures, 83
  • Bartholomew's Gas Meters. 168
  • Bastable's Apparatus for the Production of Light, 295
  • Bates, York, and Parkin's Pistons, 151
  • Baths, Griffiths', 404
  • Oxley's, 277
  • Batteries, French Floating, 130
  • Bayonet, the. 367
  • Beams and Girders, Alleyne's, 298
  • Bearing for Tyres, Elastic, 169
  • Bearings for Shafts, Proportions of, 387
  • Bellanger's Caoutchouc Socks or Clogs, 295
  • Be11's Manufacture of Iron, 10
  • Belshaw, the late Mr. Thomas, 22
  • Belting, Flat and Round. 35S Belts on Pulleys. Taylor, 117
  • Benevolent Institution, Railway, 79, 367
  • Bengal Railway, Eastern, 347
  • Rivers of, 325
  • Benson's Apparatus for Generating Steam, 240
  • Betons Agglomeres, on the Use of, 400
  • Bessemer Process. the, 447
  • Bessemer's Malleable Metal, 276
  • Manufacture of Iron and Stool, 330
  • Manufacture of Malleable Iron and Steel, 437
  • Steel, 408
  • Bigelow's Sewing Machines, 99
  • Bills, Railway, 1859, 171
  • Railway and Canal, 124
  • Blast, Regulating, 101
  • Regular Miller's, 366
  • Blinkhorn's InIffers, 116
  • Boat Building, 353, 371, 389, 409, 427
  • Boiler Association, Huddersfield Steam, 226
  • Explosion at Cardiff. 201
  • Explosion at Dundee, 275
  • Explosion, Huddersfield, 326, 337
  • Explosion at Messrs. E. Learoyd and Co.'s Mill, Report on the, 339
  • Explosions, 413, 447
  • Explosions, Association for the Prevention of, 78
  • Explosions, Electricity and Steam, 437
  • Explosions, Mr. Fairbairn on, 42
  • Explosions, Manchester Association for the Prevention of, 150
  • Explosions, J. Player, C.E., 27
  • Boilers. 223, 409
  • &c., Armstrong's, 117
  • Blinkhorn's, 116
  • Locomotive, 11
  • Portable, Shuttleworth's, 28
  • Preventing the Explosion of, Parsons', 187
  • &c., Price and Dawes' Steam, 84
  • Steam, 227, 243, 278, 369
  • Williams' Tubular, 134
  • Bolts and Rivets, Johnson's, )02
  • Bond and Standing's Churning Apparatus, 151
  • Boring Bit, Tucker's, 280
  • Walls, 67
  • Wells, Erhard's Apparatus for, 138
  • Botany Waterworks, Now South Wales, 383
  • Bousfield's Machinery for Cutting the Threads of Wood Screws, 385
  • Marine Engines, 150
  • Bovill's Manufacture of Gas and Coke, 205
  • Braces, Easterbrook's Ratchet, 81
  • Brake, Jackson's Automatic, 325
  • Brakes, Johnston's, 208
  • Railway, 57, 64, 375
  • Railway, R. Roberts', 26
  • Brass Ordnance Factory at Woolwich, 316
  • Bray's Traction Engine, 135
  • Brazier's Fire-arms, 169
  • Breakwater, Burn's. 168
  • Breakwaters, 115, 131, 147, 155
  • Scott's. 150
  • Breech-loading Arms, Aston's, 154
  • Brewing, 227. 263
  • and Distilling, Steel's, 172
  • Brick makers, 84
  • Brick making Machine, 78
  • Bridge. the Albert, 317
  • the Grand Falls, 48
  • for India, Iron, 280
  • at Kehl, near Strasbourg, Railway, 401
  • at Montreal. Victoria. 112, 188, 274
  • New Westminster, 230, 340
  • over the Nile, 439
  • Pimlico, Victoria, 423
  • Saltash, 156
  • Bridges, Railway. 389, 428
  • Bridging Great Rivers, 171
  • Brighton and South-Western Railway War, 411
  • Blind's Sewing Machines, 276
  • Bristol Channel, Trade of. 201
  • School of Mines, 290, 401
  • British Association, 352
  • Columbia, 8u, 102
  • Goods Manufactured Abroad, 339
  • Britt's Propelling of Steamboats, 312
  • Brooman's Printing Addresses upon Papers, &c., 211
  • Treatment of Fibrous Vegetable Substances, &c., 259
  • Brougham, Lord, Mechanics' Institute and, 30
  • Brushes, Child's Hair and Skin, 277
  • Buchanan's Sugar Mills, 138
  • Buffers, 29
  • Cammell's, 48
  • Builder, the Australian, 328
  • Buildings, Exit-ways of Public, 209
  • Burn's Breakwater, 168
  • Cable, Allan's, 356
  • the Atlantic, 63, 224, •242
  • the Atlantic, J. N. Hoarder, 39
  • New Construction of Submarine, 412
  • Cables, Clark, Braithwaite, and Preece's, Telegraph, 294
  • Do Bergue's Telegraph, 205
  • Reid's Method of Testing Submarine. 441
  • Silver's Process of Insulation for Submarine, 407
  • Submarine, 103
  • Walker's Telegraph. 222
  • Calais Mail Packet, Accident to, 227
  • Calcium (see Magnesium)
  • Calculation, Curious, 279, 849
  • Calcutta, Gas at, 401
  • California, Wonderful Valley in, 60
  • Cammell's Buffers, 48
  • Canada, 301
  • Extension of the Money Order System to, 363
  • Canadian Ocean Steamers, 330
  • Canal, the Suez, 277, 351, 439
  • the Nicaraguan, 135, 277
  • Candlesticks, Manning's, 244
  • Cannon, Breech-loading, Mr. Warry's, 171
  • Cast Iron, for the Manufacture of, 346
  • the French Emperor's New, 349
  • New Breech-loading. 41
  • Warry's Breech-loading, 274
  • Wrought Iron, 136, 152
  • Caoutchouc Socks or Clogs, &Hanger's, '295
  • Cape Colony, 168
  • Colony, Revenue of the, 9
  • Engineering Matters at the, 439
  • Survey of the, 112
  • Carbon for Dusting Moulds for Casting Metal, 376
  • Carpet Manufacture, 274
  • Carriages, Long Railway, 421
  • Carter v. Cockhead, Patent Infringement, 420
  • Carving Wood, 47
  • Case Hardening, 11
  • Case-hardening Cast Iron, 151
  • Casing or Jacket in Steam Engines, Steam, by Gordon M'Kay, Esq., 383
  • Castings in Iron, Best Mode of Producing Heavy, 248
  • Castors, 225, 245
  • Castors, Simons', 186
  • Castors, Simons', Claimed by Butlin, 209
  • Ceylon Railway, 434
  • Ceylon, Railway Operations in, 135
  • Chaff-cutting Machines, Richmond and Chandler's, 135
  • Chair-fastening, Railway, 297
  • Channel Islands Submarine Telegraph, 329
  • Channel Islands Telegraph, 360
  • Charing Cross Railway and St. Thomas's Hospital, 183
  • Charts from the Spanish, French, and Russian Governments, Extensive Orders for, 325
  • Charybdis, Launch of the, 396
  • Chatham Dockyard, 221
  • Cbatwin and Taylor's Screw Stocks, SO
  • Chester Agricultural Show, 11
  • Child's Hair and Skin Brushes, 277
  • Childs, H., Smoke Prevention, 11
  • Childs' Winnowing Machinery, 316
  • Chimney Caps, Henry Pratt, 6
  • Chimneys bo Ugly, Must our, 316
  • Chronometry of Life, 399
  • Churches, Heating of, 43
  • Churning Apparatus, Bond and Standing's, 151
  • Cigar Steamer, the, 421
  • Circle, Rectification of, 6, 27, 64, 82, 100, 119, 185, 225, 243, 356
  • City Improvements, 42
  • Clark, Braithwaite, and Price's Telegraph Cables, '294
  • Clayton and Goodfellow's Pistons for Pumps, 24
  • Cleveland Iron District, 94
  • Clinker. Adamantine, 177
  • Clock at Westminster Palace, 319, 328
  • Clocks, 97
  • Lighting Public, 49
  • Clyde, the, 133
  • Fire on the, 135

Coal, 295

  • in America, Anthracite, 110
  • Australian, 102
  • British, Exports of, 212
  • Burning Locomotives, 354
  • and Coke in Locomotive Engines, Relative Values of, 345. 365, 382
  • Crushing, 191
  • Discussion upon, 321.329
  • Experiments, Newcastle, '202
  • Exports, 1858, 110
  • Exports of, 370
  • Extracting Oil from, 146
  • Fields of America, 421
  • Fields, Forest Dean, 98
  • Trade, Great Northern Railway, 401
  • Miners' Petition, 228
  • Mode of Shipping, 328
  • for the Navy, Welsh, 101
  • New South Wales, 241
  • New Zealand, 43, 426
  • its Products and Uses, 167
  • Reports, Admiralty. 227, '230
  • Report of Messrs. Miller and Taplin on the Evaporative Power and Economic Value of Hartley and Welsh, 219, 237
  • Supply of London, 280
  • Welsh Steam, 138
  • found on the Zambesi, 166
  • Coals, etc., 333
  • Coast Defences, 58, 60
  • Cochrane's Fastenings of Railways, 334
  • Coinage. American, 315
  • Useful, 201
  • Coining, Wholesale. 119
  • Coins, Cracked, 234
  • Coke. Desulphurisation of, 12
  • Cold, Great, 71
  • Colliers, Screw, 153
  • Colliery Machinery, 272
  • Worksop, Shire Oaks, 99
  • Collision Experiments, 167
  • Columbia. British. 212
  • Columns, Crank Pins, Boilers, and Iron, 409
  • Iron, 427
  • Comet in Australia, 43
  • Commerce, French, 112
  • Communication between England and France, Submarine, 43
  • Company, African Steam Navigation, 416
  • Royal Mail Steam Packet. 306
  • Thames Graving Dock, 396
  • Compass Errors. Correction of, 71
  • Compass. Irons', 81
  • Julius's, 45
  • Compensations, Railway. 190
  • Concussion of Water, 329, 403
  • Condensers for Stew') Engines. Dredge's, 259
  • Conduction, Submarine, John Tatlock, 27
  • Consumption of Smoke, dm., 79
  • Contract, Indian Railway, 334
  • Mediterranean Mail, 416
  • Working Railways by, 51
  • Conviction or an Engine Driver, 97
  • Corn, Uniform Weight for the S 'le of, C4
  • Cornwall Railway Accident, 343
  • Correction of Compass 1,:rror4, 71
  • Correspondence in France, Railway, 151
  • Correspondents, Notices to.), 11, 29. 49. 67, 85, 103, 121. 139, 155, 178, 191, 209. 227, 245, 263, 281, 299, 317, 335, 353, 371, 339, 409, 427, 447
  • Cotton from Australia and Africa, 303
  • Bales, Iron Hoops around, 445
  • Factories in Great Britain, 456 328
  • Gins, Trial of, 184
  • in Natal. 46
  • Supply Association, Manchester, :353
  • Counters, Engine, 335
  • Coupling for Railway Carriages, Wrigley's, 41.2
  • Wrigley's Frictional. 443
  • Covering Iron Steamers, 383
  • Cowes Harbour, 383
  • Crank-axles, Manufacture of Locomotive, 410
  • Pins, Boilers, and Iron Columns, 409
  • Crosland's Compound Engines, 117
  • Crystal Palace Decorations, 120
  • Molecule by the Instrumentality of Light, 363, 381
  • Crystallography, 310
  • Cultivation of Land, Parker's Apparatus, 352
  • Cultivators, Trial of Steam, 193
  • Culture, Steam, 445
  • Cunard Steamers in Cork, the, 262
  • Currents, Ocean, 101
  • Cylinder Engines. Inside and Outside, 224
  • Jackets. 427
  • Locomotives, Outside, 243
  • Cylinders, Outside and Inside, 210
  • Damp, Prevention of. 311
  • Dangers of the Sea, SS Darlington Iron Company's Works, 25
  • Dartmouth, Waste Lauds of, 404
  • Davies' Planing Electrotype and Stereotype Plates, 208
  • Slide Valve, 169
  • Davit Blocks, Perley's Means for Disconnecting Boats from. 446
  • Deane-Harding Revolver, 366
  • De Bergue's Telegraph Cables, die., 2O'
  • Decimal System, 201
  • Delirium Tremens, Cure for, 115
  • Demidoff Family, Mineral Wealth of the, 169
  • Denmark, Submarine Telegraph to, 440
  • Derrick, the Boom, 122
  • Desert, How to find Water in the, 35S Dewrance's Pianoforte Frames, 352
  • Dickson’s Permanent Way, 44
  • Dicynodon, New Species of, 166
  • Discharge of Steam from Boilers, 427, 447
  • Disconnecting Boats from Davit Blocks, Perley’s, 446
  • Displacement, of Vessels, 263
  • Distilled Water, 67

Diving Apparatus, 11

  • Bells, 67
  • Bells, Charles Askew, 26
  • Decks, Iron, 101
  • Dock Accommodation, Liverpool, 116
  • Southampton, the Inner, 212, 378, 387
  • Thames Graving, J., Henry Johnson, 6
  • Thames Graving, 46, 136

Docks,

  • Falmouth, 76, 122, 416
  • Floating, 373
  • Jarrow, 173
  • New, 168
  • Northfleet, 191, 376
  • Tyne, South Shields, 82S Victoria, 147
  • Victoria (London), Entrance Locks, &e , of the, 327
  • Dockyard, Chatham, 221
  • Domes and Steam Pipes, 261
  • Donation, Appropriate, 98
  • Drainage, the Main, 10, 60, 100, 247
  • Metropolitan Main, 13
  • Outfall Southern Main, 401
  • Schemes. 110
  • of Stroud. 2'26
  • Draught by Steam Jot, 85
  • Draughtsmen, 100, 119, 136
  • Association of Mechanical, 375
  • Society of Mechanical, 226
  • Drawing Classes, Architects, Engineers and Machine lets', 19
  • and Twisting Wool, Newton's, 222
  • Dredge's Condensers for Steam Engines, 259
  • Drinking Fountains, 221
  • Driving Bands, Mounting in Motion, Mennon's, 262
  • Drummond’s Reaping and Mowing Machines, .108
  • Dundee, Boiler Explosion at, 275
  • Explosion and its Lessons. 290
  • Dunn and Irlam's Turn-tables, 25
  • Du Tremble% 's Vapour Engine, 132, 143
  • Dwellings, Model, 408
  • Dynamic Quantity and Intensity, a New Theory of, 296, 314, 331, 832, 350.371
  • Dynamical Problem. 389, 409, 427
  • Eastern Counties Railway and Rolling Stock, :iv::
  • Easterbrook’s Ratchet Braces, 81
  • Eastern, the Great, 67, 401
  • Eastern and her Sail", the Great, 100, 119, 136
  • Economising Fuel. Lees and Jaques, 154
  • Eddington’s Drainage Plough, 238
  • Education, Mining, 390
  • Progress of Art, 228
  • Egyptian Public Works, 188
  • Electrical Discharge, &c., 147
  • Electric Lamp, W. hurt. 98
  • Light, 446
  • Electricity and Boiler Explosions, 437
  • Gas Lighting by, 356, 369,389
  • Theory of, 248, 256, 231
  • Metro-Dynamic Induction, 368, 3S6, 406, 423, 443, 44S
  • Magnets, 85
  • Electrometer, Atmospheric, 183
  • Emigration, Australian, 24
  • Employees, 82, 119
  • Employers, Duties of, 45, 64, 82
  • Employment of the Poor, 71
  • Enfield Fire-arms Factory, 198, 201, 258, 204, 348, 384, 422
  • England and the War. 317

Engine

  • Bray's Traction, 135
  • Counters, 335
  • Du Trembley's Vapour, 132, 148
  • Mr. Fuller's, 371
  • Giles' Traction and Agricultural, 2.11
  • Rowan's Marino Boil.r,;1st The steam, 243
  • Three-Cylinder. 279

Engines,

  • Agricultural, 297
  • and Boilers, Humphry's Steam, 446
  • Crosland's Compound, 117
  • Dredge's Condensers for Steam, 259
  • Fuller's Steam, 334
  • Goodfellow’s Steam, 388
  • Inside and Outside Cylinder, 224
  • Manufacture of steam, 263
  • Marine, Bousfield's Steamers' Light-draught, 152
  • of the Navy, the, 300
  • for the Navy, Marine, 290
  • Newton's Air, 277
  • for the Now Steam Ram, 394
  • Portable Steam. 191
  • Proportions of, 191
  • Rotary, 49
  • Smith's S earn, 226
  • Steam Casing, or Jacket in Steam, 333
  • Three-cylinder, 119
  • Traction, 119, 281. 299, 335, 353. 356, 371
  • Engineering Matters at the Cape, 439
  • Engineering Shops. &c,, 45, 64
  • Telegraph, 439
  • Engineers in India, 133
  • Naval, 194
  • the Royal. 370
  • Royal Naval. 180
  • of the Royal Navy, 209, 246
  • in the Navy, 356
  • Equations, Algebraic Solution of. 276
  • the Method of Symmetric Products, and its Application to the Finite Algebraic Solution of. 275
  • Erhard's Apparatus for Boring Wells, 138
  • Erosion of the Plates of Boilers, 133
  • Escape Valves, Gas, 445
  • Estimates, Naval, 42
  • European and American Steam Vessels, 416
  • Exhibition of 1861, 33, 86
  • Of Inventions, 291, 310
  • of Patented Inventions, 153
  • Exit-ways of Public Buildings. 209
  • Exploration, Submarine, Newton's Apparatus, 367
  • Explosions, Boiler, 413
  • Manchester Association for the Prevention of Steam Boiler, 309
  • Exports of British Coal, 212
  • for January, 152
  • for March, 308
  • Factory, the Armstrong Gun, 401
  • Reports, 135
  • Factories in Great Britain. Cotton, 456
  • Fairbairn, W., On Boiler Explosions, 42
  • W., F.H.B., Resistance of Tubes to Collapse 2, 23
  • Fall of Houses in Liverpool, 51
  • Falmouth Docks and Harbours, 76, 416
  • Fane's Treatment of Sewage, 186
  • Farming Progress, 156
  • Fashions in Art„ 254
  • Fastenings of Railways, Cochrane's. 334
  • Food water Heating Apparatus, 209
  • Ferry, the Atlantic, 456
  • Fibrous Vegetable Substance, Brooman's Treatment of, 259
  • File-cutting Machine, 385
  • Files, Preston and M'Gregor's Machinery for Cutting. 244
  • Fire-arm, the Deane-Harding Revolver, :;6(i
  • Fire-arms, 139
  • Factory. Enfold, 19S, 204, 253, 294, 343, 384, 422
  • Rifled, 297
  • Fire-box, Coal-burning, 45
  • Fireplaces, 261
  • Fire from Water, 40S
  • Fires, Thin and Thick, 60
  • Firing Powder by Magnetism, 262
  • Flax Manufactures, 358
  • Fleet. Steam Reserve, 10
  • Floating Batteries, 28
  • Docks, 373
  • Forts, Circular, 405
  • Flora, Rapid Passage of, 423
  • Food, Adulterations of, 445
  • Effects of, on the Reaction of Urine, 345
  • Foreign Jottings, 213. 46, 66, 80. 112, 120, 146, 152, 194, 306, 316, 334 365, 383, 421, 441
  • Notes, 22
  • Forges, Howe's Smiths', 331
  • Forts, Circular Floating, 405
  • Fossil Plants, 123
  • Remains, 61
  • Fossils of the Lingola-flags, 166
  • Foster and Smith's Machinery for Spinning and Doubling Wool, 405
  • Fountain in the Metropolis. First Drinking, 211)
  • Fountains, Drinking. 221
  • in Loudon, Drinking, 99
  • Street. 136
  • French Artillery Arms, 357
  • Gun-boats, 420
  • Navy, the, 405
  • Prize to an English Photographer, 401
  • Railway 1Vorks, 171, 218, 2.31
  • Frigate, the Mersey, 218
  • Fuller's Steam Engines, 334
  • Furnaces for the Combustion of Smoke, Almond's, 42.3
  • Ireland's Cupola, 223
  • Mandalay's, 98
  • for Smelting Iron, 61
  • Fuses. Maguet, 2u5
  • Future, the. 299
  • The, Opening Address, 1
  • Gaiffe. M., Magneto-Electric Apparatus, 226
  • Gallery, the National, 122
  • Galway, 120
  • Harbour, 229
  • Lille of steamers, 13S
  • Gas Burner, Hart's, 440
  • Burner, Monier's, 331
  • at Calcutta, 44
  • and Coke. Bovill's Manufacture of, 205
  • Company, New, 69
  • Escape Valves, 445
  • the Great Central, 116
  • Lighting by Electricity, 356, 369, 3S9
  • Manufacture of Maiam's Apparatus, 367
  • in the Metropolis, 24
  • Sale of, 238
  • in Spain, 276
  • Supply, the Metropolis, 31
  • Water, 340
  • Gasworks. 180
  • Gates (See Valves)
  • Gear, 136
  • Henry's Expansion, 443
  • variable Expansion, 3s1
  • " General-Admiral, Russian Frigate, 41S

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON.

  • Coal found by Dr. Livingstone on the Zambesi, by Richard Thornton, Esq., 166
  • Description of a new species of Ceplialaspis (C. Asterotepis), from the Old Red Sandstone in the Neighbourhood of Ludlow, by John Hurley, Esq..,
  • Formation of Volcanic Cones and Craters, by G. P. Scrope, Esq., M.P., 166
  • Fossils of the Lingula-flags, by J. W. Salter, Esq., F.G.S. 166
  • Fossil Plants from the Devonian Rocks of Gasp6, Canada, by Dr. J. W. Dawson, F.O.S., 123
  • Geological Structure of the North of Scotland and the Orkney and Shetland Islands, Part 2, by Sir R. I. Murchison, F.K.S., 21
  • Gold-field of Ballarat, Victoria, by II. Rosales, Esq., 123
  • Occurrence of Liasssic Deposits near Carlisle), by E. W. 13ilanio, Esq., F.G.S., 166
  • On some Points in Chomical Geology, by T. Sterry Hunt, Esq., 123
  • On a Now Specks of Dicynodon, by Professor Huxley, F.R.S., 166
  • Geologist's' Association, 66, IA Geological Survey, by Hyde Clark. D.C.L.. V.P., 105
  • Gilds' Traction and Agricultural Engine, 241
  • Gin, 011erenshaw's Cotton, 385
  • Parkhurst's Cotton, 442
  • Trial of a Now Cotton, 184
  • Girders (see also Beams)
  • Malleable Iron, 30
  • Glaciers, Veined Structure of, 255
  • Glass, Coloured. 60
  • Trade, Disputes in the, 52, 842
  • Soluble, 158
  • Gloucester and Berkeley Canal Committee, 23
  • Glycerine, 303
  • Supply of, 130
  • Godefroy’s Cleansing of Gutta-percha, 1S6
  • Gold Discovery, 234
  • Field of Ballarat, 123
  • Field of New South Wales, 41:,
  • Fields, Geology of the Australian, 345
  • Gold in North Wales, 297
  • Product, New South Wales, 77
  • Receipts of, 405
  • Goodfellow's Steam Engines, 333
  • Governor. Hydraulic. 207, 227
  • Jenson’s Marine Engine, 828
  • Governors for Primo Movers, Hick, Hargreaves, and Harwood's, 370
  • Great Eastern, the, 438
  • Northern Railway Coal Trade, 401
  • Greaves' Mode of Constructing Streets, kc.. 137
  • Griffiths and Admiralty Propellers, the, 392, 396
  • Baths, 404
  • Shaft. Couplings, 134
  • Grinding Provender, 11
  • Apparatus for Submerging Telegraph Cables, 298
  • Gyroscope, the, John Rigby, A.B., .59
  • Guano Island, the Now, 23
  • Islands, 186
  • Guide, Kelly's Railway, 46
  • Gun, Armstrong's, 24, 46, 101, 272, 338
  • Boats, 442
  • Boats, French, 420
  • Boats. Spanish. 316
  • Chinese, 133
  • Cotton in France. 114
  • Factory, the Armstrong, 401
  • Factory at Woolwich, 319
  • Gun Carriages, and Ammunition, Whitworth's, 388
  • Hot-81411's Wrought-iron, 240
  • Making in the United states. 405
  • the Rocket. 283
  • Trade, the, 349
  • Mr. Whitworth. 198
  • Gunpowder, French. 130
  • Manufacture, :389
  • Gutta-Percha, Cleansing of, Godefroy's, 186
  • Resembling, 98
  • Halifax, Sheffield and, 304
  • Hallowell’s Mules for Spinning, &c, Hammer, Steam, 135
  • Hammers. Steam, 272
  • Harbour, Cowes. 383
  • Galway. 229
  • Harbours of Range, 336
  • Hardening, Case, 11
  • Harrison’s Ovens, 172

Hart's, W.

  • Electric Lamp, 98
  • Gas Burner, 440
  • Locks, 135
  • Locks, Claimed by Miles, 173
  • Taps and Valves, 172
  • Harvey's Band Sawing Machine, Messrs. G. and A , 404
  • Hattersley's Type Composing Machine, 357
  • Hoarder, J. N., Atlantic (11b10, 39
  • Health. Houses in Relation to. 420
  • Heat. Developed by Water when Rapidly Agitated, Geo. Rennie, F.R.S., 43
  • Relative Power of Metals and Alloys to Conduct. 402,_ 419
  • of Steam. 263
  • Heating of Churches, 43
  • Henry's Expansion that-, 443
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Harwood’s Governors for Prime Movers. 370
  • Hill's Joints for Connecting, Pipes, 1S Machinery for Punching and Shearing Metal, 313
  • Omni boxes, 331
  • Hine's Machinery for Twisting and Doubling Silk, 262
  • Hislop's Grain Separator, 81 Hobbs' Lock Manufactory, 188, 203
  • Hodge and Spencer's Method of Regulating the Recoil of Springs, 116
  • Hoops Round Cotton Bales, Iron, 44.7,
  • Horse Power, 227
  • Horse-shoes, Machine-made. 124
  • Newton's Machinery for Forging, 280
  • Horsfall's Wrought Iron (ion, 240
  • Hospital, Now Woolwich, 277
  • Houndsditch Jews and their Dead, 71
  • Houses in Isolation to Health, 420
  • Howe's Smiths' Forges, 331
  • Huddersfield Association for Preventing Boiler Explosions. 392
  • Boiler Explosion, 326, :337
  • Steam Boiler Association, 226
  • Humphry's Steam Engines and Boilers, 441;
  • Hydraulics, 408
  • Discoveries in, 135
  • Ice-making Machines, 8:, lee, Steaming on, 194
  • Immigration at Now York, 71
  • Imponderable Matter, &c., 01
  • Income and Expenditure. Public, 279
  • Incrustations, Removing, Parsons', 313

India to Australia.

  • Telegraph from Europe via, 349
  • Engineer Establishment, Qualifications for the East, 107
  • Engineers in, 133
  • Great Southern of, 303
  • Iron Bridge for, 280
  • Quicksilver in, 40
  • Rails for, 115
  • Roads in, 2.36
  • rubber Coated Telegraphic Wires, 212
  • Roam Company, Royal Mail, West, 352
  • Steamers for. 171
  • Telegraphic Difficulties in, 265
  • Tramroad, North of 358
  • Works, Public, 240

Indian Inland Navigation, 19

  • Iron, East. 340
  • Patent Law, Now, 346
  • Peninsula Great, 303
  • Railway Contract, 834
  • Railway, East, 275, 303
  • Railways, 157, 410
  • River Navigation. 103, 283
  • Steamers, 74, 133
  • Telegraph. 169, 265
  • Indicators, Oscillation in, 170. 207
  • Induction, Electro-Dynamic. 368, 386, 406, 423, 443, 448
  • in Submarine Cables, 136
  • in Submarine Wires, 118
  • Indus Steamers, 35
  • Steam Flotilla. 118
  • Infringement, Patent, Carter v. Cockhead, 420

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :—

  • Axle-boxes not Requiring Lubricating, by M. Alphonse de Brussaut, 257
  • Breakwaters, by Mr. Scott, 115
  • Description of the Entrance Looks and Jetty Walls, with the Wrought Iron Gates, Caisson, &c., of the Victoria (London) Docks, by Mr. W. J. Kingsbury. Assoc. Inst. C.E.. 327
  • Discussion on Mr. Scott's Paper on Breakwaters, 131, 147
  • Double Off-sot Plotting Scale, by Mr. J. G. Austin, 219
  • Elliptical Cast Iron Arches, by Mr. T. F. Chappe, C.B., 183
  • Iron. Wrought. Elasticity and Rupture of, by R. Mallet, F.R.S., etc., IV), Is::
  • Manufacture of Malleable Iron and Steel, by Mr. II. Bessemer, 437
  • Melbourne Gravitation Waterworks, by Mr. Jack. butt, 239
  • Permanent Way of the Madras Railway, by Mr. Bryce McMaster, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 257, 293
  • Trembley’s Combined Vapour Engine, &c., by 31r. J. W. Jameson, 132, 14S
  • Tyne Docks at South 3hieldR, and on the Mode of Shipping Coals, by Mr. T. E. 1larrisots, 31.I.C.E., 328
  • Water Supply for the City of Melbourne, South Australia, by Mr. N. B. Jackson, 219

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OF FRANCE

  • Betons Agglom6r6s, on the Use of, by M. F. Coignets, 400
  • Permanent Way, New System of, by M. Barroux, 4:33

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. IRELAND:—

  • Coal Experiments, Newcastle, by B4)(101113. Stoney, Esq., C.E., 202
  • Shoring, a New Method of. by Mr. W. Anderson, 309

INSTITUTION or ENGINEERS IN SCOTLAND :

  • American River Steamers as Compared with those of the Clyde, by Mr. Neilson, 274
  • Anniversary Dinner in Glasgow, 320
  • Patent Law Reform, by Mr. Hunt, 211

INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :—

  • Construction of Hot-blast Ovens for lion Furnaces, by Mr. H. Marten. :328
  • Description of the Pumping Engine at the Newcastle Waterworks, by Mr. R. Morrison, 328
  • Jenson’s Marine Engine Governor, by Mr. H. Maudslay, 328
  • A Paper on the Description of a Dry-clay Brickmaking Machine, by Mr. B. Fothergill, 78
  • A Paper on the Progressive Applications of Machinery to Mining Purposes, by Mr. T. J. Taylor, 78
  • Insulation for Submarine Cables, Messrs. Silver's Process of, 407
  • Invention of Steam Navigation, 176
  • Ipecacuanha a Cure for Delirium Tremens, 115
  • Ireland's Cupola Furnaces, 223
  • Ireland, Iron Trade in, 283
  • Postal Communication with, 207

Iron,

  • Bessemer's Malleable, 276
  • and Coal Trades in South Wales, 413
  • Columns, 427
  • Case-hardening Cast, 151
  • East Indian, 310
  • English and American, 88
  • Extraordinary Make of Pig. 277
  • Machinery for the Preparation of, 61
  • Malagasy Modes of Working, 48
  • Manufacture, 314
  • Manufacture of, Bell's, 10
  • Manufacture. Improvement of the, 63
  • for the Pacific Railway. 42
  • Paving, Cast, Terry's, 168
  • Purification of, 413
  • from Scoria, 3u6
  • Ships of War, 353
  • and Steel, Bessemer's Manufacture of, 330
  • and Steel Manufacture of Malleable, 437
  • System of Storing Scotch Pig, 349
  • Taylor's Manufacture of, 169
  • Trade in Ireland, 283
  • Trade, South Staffordshire, 163
  • in Victoria, 46
  • Working of. R. Mallet, 85
  • Works in the United States, 863
  • Wrought, Elasticity and Rupture of, 165, 183
  • Yorkshire, 4S
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trade of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, The 17, 36. 56, 74, 91, 110, 128, 145. 162, 180, 199, 216, 234, 252, 270, 288, 307, 325, 342, 360, 379, 396, 417, 435, 454
  • Irons' Compass. 81
  • Isle of Wight, 70
  • Jacket's Cylinder. 427
  • Jacks, Adamson's Hydraulic Lifting, 222
  • Jackson's Automatic Brake, 325
  • "Jeddo." Trial of the, 262
  • Johnson's Bolts and Rivets, 102
  • Johnston's Brakes, 208
  • Joints for Connecting Pipes, Hill's, 1S7
  • of Slate Ridge Roll, Securing the, Jones' Invention, 262
  • .Tones. Securing the Joints of Slate Ridge Roll, 242
  • Jopling's Water Meter, 312
  • Julius's Compass, 45
  • Jumna, the, 40
  • Kensington Estate, 43
  • Museum, South, 198
  • South, Tendencies at, 192
  • Kinsey's Pumps, 404
  • Knapp's Iron Paving, General, 167
  • Kensington Estate. 43
  • Museum, South, 198
  • South, Tendencies at, 192
  • Kinsey's Pumps, 404
  • Knapp's Iron Paving, General, 167
  • Labour-saving Machinery, 121
  • Labourers in Foreign Countries, 319
  • Lamp, Electric. W. Hart, 98
  • Miners', 173
  • Submarine, 403
  • Lamps, Newton's, 116
  • Lardner, Dr., 344
  • Launch of the Charybdis, n9n of the Hood, 315
  • of the Seine, 396
  • of Vessels for Foreign Governments, 316
  • Lava. Consolidation of, tic., 399

LAW REPORTS :—

  • Harwood v. Great Northern Railway Company, 43
  • Hill. v. The London Gas-light Company, 421
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company v. The London and South-Western and Portsmouth Railway Companies, 43, 101
  • Miller v. The London and North-Western Railway Company, 101
  • Norton v. Nicholls and Others, 43
  • Ito Spence, 23, 46, 85
  • Lead Service Pipes for Water, the Use of, .110

LEADING ARTICLES :—

  • Academy, the Royal, 246. 411
  • Adulteration of Food and Medicine, S7
  • Agricultural Improvement, 50, 448
  • Albert Bridge, the. 317
  • Aluminium, 122
  • Art-education, Progress of, 228
  • Atlantic Telegraph. 411
  • Telegraph Company. New, 42
  • Bessemer Process, the, 447
  • Boom Derrick, the, 122
  • Breakwaters, 155
  • Bridges, Railway, 423
  • Brighton and South-Western Railway War, the, 411
  • Calais Mail-packet, Accident to, '227
  • Channel Islands Telegraph, 86
  • Coal-miners' Petition, 228
  • Coal Reports, Admiralty, 227
  • Coke, Desulphurisation of, 12
  • Commercial Prospects, 263
  • Conservation of Sewage, 104
  • Cotton Supply Association, Manchester, 353
  • Crank-axles, Manufacture of Locomotive, 410
  • Cylinders, Outside and Inside, 210
  • Dangers of the Sea, 88
  • Disputes in the Glass Trade. 52
  • Docks, Northfleet, 191
  • Electrodynamic Induction, 448
  • Engineers of the Royal Navy, 209, 246, 300
  • England and the War, 317
  • English and American Iron, 88
  • Exhibition of 1861. the, 86
  • Exit-ways of Public Buildings, 209
  • Fall of Houses in Liverpool, 5i Falmouth Docks, 122
  • Farming Progress, 156
  • Fire-arms, 139
  • Floating Docks, 373
  • Future, The. 299
  • Glasgow Sewage, the, 87
  • Great Eastern, the, 67
  • Harbours of Refuge, 336
  • Huddersfield Boiler Explosion, 337
  • Improvement of the Iron Manufacture, 6g
  • Indian Railways, 157, 410
  • River Navigation, 103
  • Inductive Retardation of Submarine Wires, 69
  • Iron Ships of %Var. 353
  • Jarrow flocks, 178
  • Kensington. South, Tendencies at. 102
  • Labour-saving Machinery, 121, 173
  • Locomotive Construction, 210
  • Improvement, 174
  • Locomotives, Coal-burning, 192, 3r,4
  • Malleable Iron G1rders, 30
  • Manchester Pattern Designing, 69
  • Manufacture of Steel, 67. 141
  • Mechanics' Institute and Lord Brougham, the, 30
  • Metropolis GU Supply, the, 31
  • Metropolis. Improvement of the, 13
  • Metropolitan Junction Railways, 29
  • Mine Inspection, 105
  • Mining Education, 390
  • Mortar, the Great. 141
  • National Gallery, the, 122
  • Panics In Public Buildings, 12
  • Patent Laws, the, 85. 139
  • Patents and Patent Laws. 11
  • Prussian Locomotives, 837
  • Fuddled Stool, 335
  • Railway Accident, 282
  • Bars. Manufacture of, 318
  • Brakes. 61
  • Bridges, 389
  • Improvement, 49, 372
  • Traffic, 373
  • Railways. Superstructure of, 140
  • in Turkey. 104
  • Rod Sea Telegraph. the, 447
  • Rifles, Enfield. Armstrong, Whitworth, and other, 263
  • River Steamers, 318
  • Saltash Bridge. 156
  • Screw Propellers. 409
  • Steamers, 228
  • Sewing Machines, 13
  • Societies. Friendly. 300
  • Steam Cultivation, 3S0
  • Superheating, 299
  • Steamboats. River, 281
  • Steamship Improvement, 155
  • Steamships, Ocean, 371
  • Steel. Puddled, 246
  • Street Railways. 264
  • Submarine Warfare, 30
  • Superheated Steam. 265, 427
  • Telegraphs, Submarine, 245
  • Telegraph, the Typo-printing, 232
  • Thames and the Seine. the, 409
  • Tolls, Great Western Railway, 217
  • Tunnelling Machinery. 429
  • Warming and Ventilating. 354
  • What should Mechanical Workmen be Taught, 42
  • Working Railways by Contract, 51
  • Workmen, Social Progress amongst, 191
  • Leaky Iron Steamships, 24
  • Leamington, Railway Accident at, 152, 171
  • Lees and Jaques' Economising Fuel, 154

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :—

  • Agricultural Society, Royal, by " Implement Maker," 206, 242
  • Allan's Cable, by A Submarine Engineer, 356
  • Atlantic Cable. by A Telegraph Engineer, 64, 242
  • Telegraph. by "H. K.," 152, 209, 447
  • by J. N. Hoarder, 224, 215
  • %V. T, Henley, 118
  • Henry Kilgour, 261
  • Henry Moore, 245
  • S. E. P., 100
  • Axle-boxes, by William Hall, 317, 353
  • by J. S. F., 335
  • Bearings for Shafts, Proportions of. A. B., Ex.. 3S7
  • Boat-building, by Richard Bach, 353, 371, 409
  • by Tyro, 389, 427
  • Boilers, by Richard Bach, 409
  • Boiler Explosions. by W. Corbett, 447
  • by John Player, C.E., 27
  • Boilers, Steam, G. A. Leonard, 409
  • by W. H., 224, 369
  • E. T. Wright, 278
  • Brewing, by A Constant Subscriber, 263
  • by C. Watkins, 227
  • Castors, by Robert Mallet, 225
  • for Furniture, by Saito, 245
  • Chair Fastenings, Railway, by A Platelayer. 297
  • Chimney Caps, by Henry Pratt, 6
  • Coal-burning Firebox. by James Rose, 45
  • Coal Minors' Petition, by " Employer," 263
  • Crank Pins, Boilers, and Iron Columns, by a Self-taught Mechanic, 409
  • Cylinder Engines, Inside or Outside, by E. L., 224
  • Jackets, by Charles Blyth, 427
  • Discharge of Steam from Boilers, by Thomas Baldwin, 447
  • by E. A. Leonard, 427
  • C. Schiele and Co, 414', 447
  • Displacement of Vessels, A. Alexander, 263
  • Diving Belle, by Charles Askew, 26
  • Domes and Sto4m-pipes, by E. L., 261
  • Draughtsmen, by Fair Play, 136
  • by J. C., 100
  • Sot Square, 119
  • Jos. Willcock, 119
  • Dynamical Problem. by E. W. B., 427
  • by H. O. V., 409
  • J. H. C., 409
  • J. N., 889
  • W. G. B., 427
  • Dynamic Quantity and Intensity, by G. Blair, M.A., 296, 314, 331. 851
  • by Condenser, 371
  • A Telegraph Engineer, 332
  • Electro-Dynamic Induction, by G. Blair. M.A., ^f S, 386, 406, 423, 443
  • by X. Y. Z..407, 425
  • Employees, by A Brother in Hand and Heart, 82
  • by a Pacificator. 119
  • Engine, Mr. Fuller's, by Geo. L. Fuller, 371
  • the Steam, by Henry Pratt, 243
  • Engines, Agricultural, by Jno. Pinchbeck, 297
  • Engine-counters, by D. H. K., 335
  • by Robert H. Skaife, 33.5
  • Engineering Shops, Duties of Employees, by L. W. L. J., 45
  • by John Player, C.E., 64
  • W. M. J. O., 82
  • Engineers in the Navy, by A Young Engineer, 356
  • Expansion Gear, by V. P., 136
  • Fairbairn on Collapse of Tubes, by "H.," 64
  • Food-water Heating Apparatus, by H. Childs, 209
  • Fireplaces, by Henry Pratt, 261
  • Fountains, Street, by Frederick Braithwaite, 136
  • Gas Escape-valves for Blast Furnaces, by " Telegraph," 445
  • Gas Lighting by Electricity, by William D. Hart, 369
  • by J. N. Hoarder, 356, 389
  • Glass Trade, Disputes in the, by D. Wilkinson, 8. Governor, Hydraulic, by J. C.. 207
  • by C. Schiele and Co., 227
  • Grand Falls Bridge, by S. T. Vernon Smith, .is Great Eastern and her Sails, by Thomas Morris, 10o, 130
  • by a Young Land Lubber, 119
  • Gunpowder Manufacture. by Scintilla, 389
  • Heat of Steam. by " inquirer," 263
  • Horse Power, by J. C., 227
  • Boilers, Steam, by G. U., 227
  • by Diogenes, 243
  • Incendiary Shells, by John Macintosh, 136, 333
  • inclined Planes, by "H.," 209
  • by J. B.. 173, 227
  • Old Crank, 209
  • V. P., 152, 191
  • Induction in Submarine Cables, by Latimer Clark, 136
  • Inductive Retardation in Submarine Wires, by G. Blair, M.A., 26, 118
  • by A Telegraph Engineer. 46
  • Indus Steam Flotilla, by J. P., 118
  • by T. 13. Loath. 118
  • Iron Columns, by Alexander Taylor. 427
  • Decks in Steamships, by W. Wheelwright, 101
  • Manufacture, by Robert Mushet, 314
  • Light-draught Steamers, by M. Murray Jackson, 152
  • Locomotive Improvement, by Crank or no Crank, 185
  • by Isaac Dodds, :iS7
  • J. N, 297
  • Labor Omnist Vincit, 261
  • T. E. Merritt, 213
  • Sweet Briar, 207
  • F. W. Turner, 356
  • Locomotives. Outside Cylinder, by V. P., 2.43
  • Machinery, Labour-saving, by George Hunter, 185
  • Main Drainage, by J. S. Morewood, 100
  • Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, by Richard Roberts, 207
  • Manufacture of Steam Engines. by H. F.. 263
  • of Steel. by Robert Mushet, 118
  • Miners' Lamp. by George Henry Lochey, 173
  • Novello's Craft, by George Sinclair, 369
  • Oat Bruisers, Smithfield Show, by E. R. and F. Turner, 27
  • Ocean Currents, by T. P. Purssglove, 1n1
  • Oscillation in Indicators, by William Gill, R.N., 170, 207
  • Ordnance, by George Brunton. 119
  • Rifled, by An Amateur Rifleman, 212
  • Paddle r. Screw, by Tyro, 353
  • Paper, Glycerined, by James Brown, 297
  • from Wood, by Robert H. Collyer, M.D., 278
  • Patent Laws. by N. L. Bauwins, 100, 225
  • by F. W. Campin. 185
  • T. Craddock, 170
  • Richard Roberts, 61, 99, 136
  • for Making Tinned Plates from Puddled Steel, by the Mersey Steel and Iron Company, 46
  • Tribunals, by William Spence, 152, 207, 242. 263
  • Patents, by J. W., 353
  • by '1'., 281
  • Peat Fuel, by E. A. Leonard, 297
  • Permanent Way, by L. C. E., 152
  • Ploughs and Ploughing. by " W.," 206
  • Pumps, by Engineer, jun.. 239
  • Rafts in Shipwrecks, by William Hurtley, 371
  • Railway Brakes, by Richard Roberts, 26
  • by Spring Buffer, 61
  • Rail cutting Disc, by Rowland 11111,'281
  • Rectification of the Circle, by H.. 100
  • by impossibilis Quadratura, 3.56
  • Jos. Jewsbury, 225
  • N. S. L., 185
  • The Old Engine, 6. 82
  • W. E. Walker. 27, 64, 83, 100. 119, 137, 243
  • Regulating Bust, &c , by American Practice, 101
  • Rifle Bullet, by G. R. Lempriere and J. Norton, 83
  • Rifled Fire-arms, by A Rifleman, 297
  • Ordnance, by An Amateur Rifleman, 185
  • Ropemaking, Now Material for, by W. D. M., 389
  • Samuel's Cup trough Sleepers, by James Samuel, 333
  • Screw e. Paddle, by Tom Tug, 173
  • Propeller, Invention o(, by Lord Carlingford, 15?.
  • Ships' Lifts, by George Fuller, 427
  • by O. J. Mackelcan, 427
  • J. P. Romayne, 407
  • Signals, Reflecting, by Extructor, 3.53
  • Silicatisation, by Frederick Ransom°, 207
  • of Stone, by Lou Dalemaque, 101
  • Slide-valves, by Alpha, 33'
  • by A. B Ex., 353
  • Smoke Nuisance, Preventing, by C. Schiele and Co., 413
  • Society of Mechanical Draughtsmen, by Matthew Soul, 225
  • Steam, Combined, by John 'Wethered, Culture, by an 0:d Farmer, 447,
  • Siiiwrheatt,d, by J. C. E., 297
  • by Henry Childs, 447
  • Old Crank, 317
  • Parson and Pilgrim, 317
  • Tompins, 299
  • A. Vickers, 317
  • John Wethered, 322
  • Steamship Improvement, by Thomas Morris, 170
  • by Richard Roberts, C.E., 184
  • Steel, Cust and Puddled, by Robert Mushet, 206
  • Manufacture of, by Robert Mushet, 1St Puddlcd, by Forgoman, 245
  • by Robert Mushet, 260, 314.350
  • John Player, 296
  • James Spence. 313
  • Submarine Conduction, by John Tatlock, 27
  • Telegraphs, by J. Macintosh, 447
  • by C. W. Siemens, 263
  • Warfare, by J. H. Tuck. 46
  • Sugar Mills, by W. and A. M'Onio and Co., 279
  • Telegraphy, Submarine, by Armature, 322, :375
  • by Coil, :333
  • Electro, 184, 2131
  • H. K.. 243, 297, :356
  • Magnet, 224, 278, 322 O.. 296
  • A Telegraph Engineer, 278 299
  • Thames Graving Dock, by Charles Burcham, 136
  • by J. H. Johnson, 6
  • G. H. Palmer, 46
  • Three-Cylinder Engine, by Henry Pratt, 279
  • by "Sane," 119
  • Traction and Agriculture, Steam, by John W. Giles, 279
  • by J. A. Williams, 297
  • Engines, by Richard Bach, 317, 3.',3
  • E. Dutton, Z56
  • E. J., 299
  • John W. Giles, 119
  • T. E. Merritt, 281, 317
  • George Russell, 371
  • Tubular System, by John Donna', 207
  • by Frank Smith, 185
  • A Subscriber, 170
  • C. Wye Williams, 63, 82
  • Typo-printing Instrument, Double-Neefflo, Morse, and Co.. by H. Hyde. 315, 333, 351, 39::, 412
  • Needle, 376
  • • • • • 3433
  • Atlantic Cable. 376
  • Wildinan Whitehouse, 412
  • Valves and Cut-oft Throttle, by Henry Pratt, 243
  • Varley's Paper on Submarine Telegraphy, by B. A. Varloy,
  • Wholesale Coining, by Medium. 119
  • Windlasses, Friction, by Richard Roberts, C.E., 171
  • Wrought-iron Cannon, by Jones, 152
  • by T. G. Merritt, 136
  • Lia.s Deposits, 133
  • Liassic Deposits near Carlisle, 166
  • Liobig on Sewage, SO
  • Life-boats. 66, 396
  • Life-boat. Expenses. SS Institution, Royal National, 134, 252
  • Lifts. Ships', 427
  • Light, Dastable's Apparatus for the Production of, 2).5
  • without Heat. 20S Lights, Purity of, 43
  • Lighthouse for the 13shamrts, 135
  • Lighthouses. Royal Commission on, 132
  • Lighting Public Clocks. 49
  • Lightning, Freak of, 208
  • Lincoln, Wuniou at, 83

LITERATURE :—

  • Book of Ornamental Alphabets, Ancient and Modern, by F. Delamotte, 283
  • Engineering Precedents for steam Machinery, &c., &c.. by B. F. Isherwood, Chief Engineer U. S. Navy. 35.;
  • Life of James Watt, with Selections from his Correspondence, by James Patrick Muirhead, M.A., 274, 391
  • Naval Warfare with Steve, by General Sir Howard Douglas, Bart., be. ale., 302
  • Now Resources of Warfare, &c. be., by J. Scoffer!), 3o1
  • Novono-Craft, for the Accomplishing of Great Speed in Journeying Over Water. by J. Alfred Novelle. 355
  • Town Swamps and Social Bridges, by George Godwin, F. R. S., 338
  • Turners' and Fitters' Pocket Book for Calculating the Change-wheels for Screws on a Turning Lathe, and for a Wheel-cutting Machine, by I. La Nicea 283
  • Litheum (see Magnesium)
  • Litigation, Railway, S26
  • Liverpool Dock Accommodation, 116
  • Fall of Houses in, 51

LIVERPOOL LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY :—

  • The Past. Present, and Future of Photography, by Mr. Keith, 149

LIVERPOOL POLYTECHNIC SOCIETY :--Coal, its Products and Uses, by Mr. T. R. Arnott, 167

  • Photographs, Enlarged, by Mr. D. A. Woodward, 381
  • Rowan's Marine Boiler Engine, by Mr. Arnott, 381
  • Ship-lift, by Mr. George Josiah Mackclean, 381
  • Variable Expansion Gear, by Maxwell Scott, Esq., 77, 381
  • Liverpool. Return of Wrecks in 1858, 22
  • Shipping at, 22
  • Trade of, 83
  • Livingstone's, Dr., Expedition, 10
  • Lock Manufactory, Hobbs', 188, 203
  • Locks, Hart's, 135
  • Locomotive Construction, 210
  • Improvement, 174, 185, 207, 243, 261, 297, 356,
  • Locomotives, Coal-burning, 192, 354
  • Economical, 6
  • Outside-cylinder, 243
  • Prussian, 337
  • Spark-arrester for, 309
  • London Bridge, Pier at, 208
  • Steamboat Accommodation, 61
  • Traffic over, 375
  • London, Growth of, 133
  • Mechanics' Institute, 77
  • Loss of the Czar Steamer. 81
  • Lubricating Steam Cylinders, 121
  • Luis' Apparatus for Examining Machinery of Screw
  • Vessels, 102
  • Machinery, Labour-saving, 173, 185
  • in Russia. 446
  • Magnesium, Calcium, and their Congeners, 255
  • Magnetism, Firing Powder by, 262
  • Magneto-electric Apparatus, M. Gaiffe, 226
  • Mail Coaches, the Old, 421
  • Contract, Mediterranean, 416
  • between New York and Southampton, Weekly 421
  • Punctual Arrival of the Australian, 2S3
  • Service, American, 166
  • Service, Australian, 265
  • Steam Packet Company, Royal, 306
  • West Indian Steam Company, Royal, 352
  • Malls for Australia, dm., 153
  • Australian, 212
  • between Southampton and Now York, 283
  • Malagasy Modes of Working Iron, 48
  • Malam's Apparatus for the Manufacture of Gas, 367
  • Mallett, R., F.R.S., Mortars and Shells, 75, 95, 113, 131
  • Malta and Candia, Telegraph, 436
  • Manchester Association for the Prevention of Boiler Explosions, 150, 309
  • Cotton Supply Association, 353
  • Streets, dn., 80

MANCHESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY :-207

  • Astronomical, 166
  • Comparative Sociology, or the Application of the Comparative Method to the Investigation of Social Laws, by the Rev. W. N. Molesworth, M.A., 275
  • Effect of Food on the Reaction of Urine, by Dr. Roberts. 345
  • Effect of Severe Pressure upon the Properties of Gunpowder, by Mr. W. Fairbairn, F.R.S., 248
  • Election of Members, 106
  • Electrometer, Atmospheric, Professor Thompson's, 183
  • Erosions of the Plates of Boilers, by Mr. J. Atkinson, 183
  • Geology of the Australian Gold-fields, by W. S. Jevons, Esq., 345
  • Lias Deposits at Quarry Gill, and other places near Carlisle, by Mr. E. W. Binney, F.R.S., 133
  • Manuscript in the Chetham Library, Valuable, 275
  • Method of Symmetric Products, and its Application to the Flute Algebraic Solution of Equations, by the Rev. R. Harley, F.R.A.S., 275
  • On the j—nodal k—partitions of the) -gon, by the Rev. T. P. Kirkman, M.A., F.R.S., 247
  • A Paper on " Imponderable Matter, Considered as an Element," by Mr. Dyer, 61
  • A Paper by Mr. Morris. "On the Practicability of Counteracting a Portion of the Resistance at the bead of a Ship, by employing a Revolving Conical Bow to work a Stern Propeller," communicated by D. Chadwick, F.S.S., A.I.C. E., 22
  • Pharology, Improvement in, by R. Roberts, C.E., 183
  • Tea from the Himalaya Mountains, Exhibited by Mr. A. Fryer, 133
  • Telegraph, Professor Thomson's, 275
  • Treatment of Cast Iron for the Manufacture of Cannon, by W. Fairbairn, Esq., F.R.S., 346
  • Report road by Dr. Schunck, 309
  • Mankind, Numb. and Religion of, 309
  • Manning's Candlesticks, 244
  • Manufactures of Paris, 9
  • Manure, Artificial, 303
  • Manuscript in the Chetham Library, Valuable. 275
  • Markets, Metal and Timber, 20, 38, 68, 76, 94, 112, 130, 164, 182, 200, 218, 236, 251, 272, 290, 308, 326, 344, 362, 380, 398, 418, 436, 456
  • Masonry, Progress of, 24
  • Massey's Ships' Logs, 244
  • Matches, 277
  • Maudslay’s Furnaces, 98
  • Mauritius, Works in the, 132
  • Mechanics' Institute and Lord Brougham, 30
  • Institution, London, 308
  • Mechi, Mr., on Town Sewage, &c., 398
  • Melbourne, Government Slip at, 137
  • Gravitation Waterworks, 239
  • Water Supply for, 219
  • Memoranda. Notes and, 412, 421, 440
  • Menelaus' Machinery for Straightening Rails, 349
  • Mentions' Mounting Driving Bands in Motion, 262
  • Supports of Rails, 240
  • Merit, Recognition of, 134
  • Mersey Frigate, the, 218
  • Mersey Steamer, the, 298
  • Messageries Imperiales, 436
  • Metal Sails for Ships, 390
  • Metals and Alloys to Conduct Heat, Relative Power of, 402, 419
  • Metalliferous Vein, Containing Lead, in a Bed of Coal, 60
  • Meter, Jopling's Water, 312
  • Bartholomew's Gas, 163
  • Metropolis, Improvements of the, 13

METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS :—

  • Metropolitan Improvements, 230
  • Salaries of the Officers of the Board, 43
  • Micro-Photography, 102
  • Miles' Annealing Pots, 169
  • Milford Haven, Route to Ireland, 283
  • Military Force of the German States, 116
  • Genius, its Due, 207
  • Miller's Blast Regulator, 366
  • Mills, Buchanan's Sugar, 138
  • Sugar, 279
  • Mine Inspection, 105
  • Mines, Bristol School of, 290
  • Furnace Ventilation of, 187
  • Ventilation of, 252
  • Miners' Petition, Coal, 263
  • Mineral Produce of the United Kingdom, Value of, 41
  • Trades of South Wales, 190
  • Mining Education, 390
  • Purposes, Progressive Application of Machinery to, 78
  • Mint, the Sydney, 441
  • Molten Metal, Washing in, 440
  • Money Order System in Canada, 368
  • Monier's Gas Burner, 331
  • Montreal, Victoria Bridge at, 188, 274
  • Mortar, the Great, 141
  • Mortars and Shells, by R. Mallet, F.R.S., &c., 75, 95, 113. 131
  • Motive Power, Shaw and Cooper's Mode of Obtaining, 405
  • Moulds for Casting Metal, Carbon for Dusting, 376
  • Mowing (see Reaping)
  • Mules for Spinning, dm., Cotton, Halliwell's, 28
  • Munitions of War, Patents for Inventions, 234
  • Museum, the Soane, 4'..0
  • South Kensington, 198, 421
  • Music among the Arts, Recognition of, 329
  • Musket, the Old Service, 331
  • Napoleon a Spiritualist, 365
  • Natal, Cotton in, 46
  • Naval Architecture, Ancient and Modern, 206
  • Naval Engineers, 194
  • Engineers, Royal, 180
  • Estimates, 42
  • Navies of England and France, 1166
  • Navigation, Indian River, 103, 283
  • Invention of Steam, 176
  • on the Red River, Steam, 247

Navy, the. 152, 244, 257, 380

  • British, American View of, 83
  • Engineers in the, 356
  • Engineers of the Royal, 209, 246
  • Estimates, 124
  • French, 83, 405
  • her Majesty's, 193
  • Increase in, 157
  • a Rotten Vessel in the, 413
  • Royal Steam, 142
  • Needles, Walker's, 150
  • Nepaul, Trial Trip of, 102
  • Newgate-street, Widening of, 71

New South Wales,

  • Gold-fields of, 445
  • South Wales, Railway Extension in, 436
  • South Wales, Trades, Arc., of, Si York Mail Steamers, 428
  • York and Southampton Weekly Mails, 421
  • York, Steam Communication between Southampton and, 366
  • Zealand, 31
  • Zealand, Coal in, 43.426
  • Zealand. Trade of, 81
  • Newton's Air Engine, 277
  • Apparatus for Submarine Explorations, 367
  • Drawing and Twisting Wool, 222
  • Lamps, 116
  • Machinery for Forging Horse shoes, 280
  • Pumps, 443
  • Spring-hanging for Railway Carriages, 4.12
  • Nicholls and Walker's Spring Hook Catch or Fastening, 334
  • Nile, Bridge over the, 439
  • Noah's Ark. Discovery of, 208
  • Noel's Reading Stand, 150
  • Northfleet Docks, 376
  • Norton's, Captain, Projectiles. •241
  • New Projectiles, Captain, 153
  • Rifle Bullets, 112
  • Notes from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 18, 37, 57, 75, 93, 111, 129, 146, 164, 181, 199, 217, 235, 254, 271, 289, 307, 326, 343, 361, 379, 397, 417, 435, 455
  • Notes and Memoranda, 412, 421, 440
  • Nouveau's Stoppering Bottles, 349
  • Novello's Craft, 369
  • Nuggett, the Welcome, 442
  • Numbers and Religion of Mankind, 309
  • Nuts and Screw-bolts, Security of, 60
  • Oat Bruisers, Smithfield Show, E. R. and F. Turner's, 27
  • Obelisk at Rome, Value of a Bit of Knowledge, 288
  • Ocean Telegraphs, 439
  • Officials, Railway. 153
  • Off-set Plotting Scale, Double, 219
  • Oil from Coal, Extracting, 146,
  • Mineral, 97
  • Ollerenshaw's Cotton Gin, 385
  • Omnibuses, Hill's, 331

Ordnance, 119

  • Conveyance of Heavy, 23
  • Improved, 208
  • Rifled, 185, 242
  • Survey. 236
  • Survey, Progress of, 218
  • Oregon, Woollen factory in, 339
  • Organic Matter of the Air, 311
  • Origin of the Electric Telegraph, 347
  • Originator of the Atlantic Telegraph, 169
  • Orinoco, the, 408
  • Oscillation in Indicators, 170
  • in Steam Indicators, 207
  • Ovens, Harrison's, 172
  • Ovens for Iron Furnaces, Hot-blast, 328
  • Owen's Wheel Tyres, 81
  • Oxley's Baths, 277
  • Ozone, 266
  • Ozone and Antozone, 165
  • Packet. Accident to the Calais Mail, 227
  • Paddle v. Screw, 353
  • Panics in Public Buildings, 12
  • Panmure, the Lord, 418
  • Paper Duty. Repeal of, 40
  • Glycerine& 297
  • from Wood. 272, 278
  • Paramatta, the [loyal Mail Steamer, 408
  • Trial of the, 369
  • Paris, Enlargement of, 171
  • Rebuilding of, 288
  • Subterranean Waters beneath, 446
  • Parker's Apparatus for the Cultivation of Land, 352
  • Parkhurst's Cotton Gins, 442

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE :—

  • Atlantic Telegraph, 101
  • Communication between Holyhead and Dublin, 124
  • Drainage, Metropolitan Main, 194
  • Galway Steam-packet Company, 212
  • Harbours of Refuge, 101
  • Highways in England, 101
  • Marine Engines, 101
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Bill, 124
  • Munitions of War, Patents, 212
  • National Gallery, 101
  • Ordnance, Iron, 175
  • Piers and Harbours, 124
  • Highways and Roads, 124
  • Public Works (India), 101
  • St. James's Park, 175
  • Telegraphs, Submarine, 175
  • Tenders for Marine Engines, 175
  • Tramways, Irish, 101
  • Turnpike Tolls and Bridges. 124
  • Parson's Apparatus for Removing Incrustations, 313
  • Preventing the Explosion of Boilers, 187
  • Safety Valves, 330
  • Partridge's Superheating Apparatus, 24
  • Patent Law, New Indian, 346
  • Law Reform, 83, 211
  • Laws, 64, 85, 130, 139, 170, 185, 225
  • Laws, American, 3'20
  • Office, New Buildings for the, 135
  • Tribunals, 152, 207, 242, 26::
  • Patents, 281, 353
  • Company for, 243
  • Cost of Taking Out, 49
  • Drawing of, 67
  • for Inventions (Munitions of War), 2:14
  • and Patent Laws, 11
  • Pattern Designing, Manchester, 69
  • Paving, Improvements in Street, 182
  • iron, General Knapp's, 167
  • Peat Fuel, 283. 297
  • Moss, 183
  • Penalties upon Railway Servants for Drunkenness on Duty, 47
  • Peninsular and Oriental Company's Fleet, 438
  • Penrice's Tunnelling Machinery, 426
  • Perley's Means for Disconnecting Boats from Davit Blocks. 446
  • Permanent Way, 152, 183
  • Way, Dickson's. 44
  • Way, of the Madras Railway, 257, 293
  • Way, New System of, 438
  • Pharology. 183
  • Philosophical Society of Glasgow, River Steamers for Passenger Traffic, by Mr. John Downie, 221
  • Photographer, French Prize to au English, 4u1
  • Photographs, Enlarged, 381
  • Photography, Applied to Engraving on Wood, 23
  • Applied to Musketry, 446
  • Past, Present, Future of, 149
  • Pianoforte Frames, Dewrance’s, 352
  • Pier at London Bridge, New, 208
  • Pilbeam's Bradawl Screw, 186
  • Pile-driving Machine, Toshach's, 276
  • Pipes for Water, Ike Use of Lead Service, 440
  • Piston Rings, 49
  • Rings, Joseph Barraclough and Son, •29
  • Pistons, Bates, York, Parkin's, 151
  • for Pumps, Clayton and Goodfellow's, 24
  • Planes, Inclined. 152, 173, 191. 209, 227
  • Planing Electrotype, &o., Plates, 203
  • Plough in America, Steam, :344
  • Eddington’s Drainage, 238
  • Steam. 133
  • Ploughs and Ploughing, 206
  • Ploughing, Steam, 421
  • Plymouth Institution, a New Form of Telegraph Cable intended to Reduce, the Effects of Inductive Action, by J. N. Hoarder, :;64
  • Polytechnic Institution, Accident at the, 41, 60
  • Portraits, Golden. Si Portsmouth Traffic, the, 456
  • Portugal, New Steamers to. 193
  • Postage (Liverpool and Canada), 313
  • Postal Communication with Ireland, 207
  • System of the United States, 9
  • Post-office, the, 290
  • Expedition, 112
  • Office (Packet Service), 123
  • Power of Pinching Presses, 67
  • Premiums, Subjects for, Society of Arts, +t Preston and M'Gregor's Machinery for Cutting Files, 244
  • Price and Dawe's Steam Boilers,..
  • “ Prince Albert," Return of the. 265
  • Printing Addresses upon Papers, etc., Broomall's, 211
  • by Water-power. 290
  • Prize Fights and Railways, 303
  • Projectile, New, 117
  • Projectiles, Captain Norton's, 241
  • Explosive, 239
  • New, Captain J. Norton's, 153
  • Propeller, Manner of Working a Stern. 22
  • Propellers, the Griffiths and Admiralty, 392, 896
  • Screw, 409
  • Propelling Steamboats, Britt's, 312
  • Prospects, Commercial, 263
  • Prussian Locomotives, 337
  • Public Works, Egypt, 188
  • Puddled Steel, 245, 246, 260, 293, 313, 335, 350
  • Pumps. 299
  • Kinsey's, 404
  • Newton's, 443
  • Redpath's Ships, 295
  • Ships', 252
  • Pumping Engine, Newcastle Waterworks, 32s
  • Punching Iron Plates, s5
  • Presses, S5
  • and Shearing Metal, Hill's Machinery for, 313
  • Purification of Iron by Hydrogen, 413
  • Pyrometer, Registering, 392
  • Qualifications for the East India Engineer Establishment, 167
  • Quicksilver in India, 40
  • Rafts in Shipwrecks. 371
  • Rail-cutting Disc, 281
  • Rails for India, 115
    • Iron and Steel, 244
    • for Russia, 153
    • Straightening, Menelaus', 349
    • Supports of, Mennon’s, 240
  • Railway Accident at Leamington. 152, 171
    • Accidents, 70, 79, 96, 125, 171, 282, 439
    • Acts, 441
    • Assurance, 153
    • Bars, Manufacture of, 318
    • Benevolent Institution, 79, 867
    • Bills, 1859, 171
    • and Canal Bills, 124
    • Compensations, 190
    • Coniston, 171
    • Correspondence in Franco, 151
    • Equipment of a Canadian, 19
    • Extension in New South Wales, 436
    • Improvement, 49, 372
    • Iron for the Pacific, 42
    • Litigation. 826
    • Matters, 47, 69, 78, 96, 124, 137, 153, 171, 193, 239, 265, 275, 303, 358, 441.
    • Officials, 153
    • Pacific, 80
    • Receipts, 166, 416
    • Speed, 293
    • Statistics, 439
    • Tolls, Great Western, 227
    • Traffic, 373
    • Works, French, 171, 218
    • Works, New French, 70
    • Works, Spain, 120
    • Aidin, Smyrna, '218, 229
    • Antwerp and Rotterdam, 303
    • Belfast Junction, 137
    • Bradford, Wakefield, and Leeds, 137
    • Bristol and Exeter. 125
    • Buxton, Matlock, and Midland Junction, 79
    • Caledonian, 193
    • Caledonian and Dumbartonshire, 239
    • Cambridge, Polton, and Bedford, 171
    • Cape Town, 24
    • Ceylon, 434
    • Cockermouth and Workington, 77
    • Copiapo Extension, 239
    • Cornwall, 303
    • Crieff Junction, 275
    • Danube and Black Sea, 358
    • between Dover and Calais, 24
    • Dublin and Wicklow, 137
    • Dunblane, Donne, and Callander, 239
    • East Indian, 275, 803
    • East Lancashire 97
    • East Suffolk, 153, 303, 358
    • Eastern Bengal, 137, 347
    • Eastern Counties. 137, 392
    • Eastern Union, 858
    • Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee, 171
    • Forth and Clyde Junction, 229
    • in France, New, 24
    • Furness, 171
    • Glasgow and South-Western, 171
    • Glastonbury to Wells, 47
    • Gloucester and Dean Forest, 97
    • Grand Trunk of Canada, 79, 97, 171
    • Great Indian Peninsula, 803
    • Great Northern, 125, 211
    • Great Northern and Western (Ireland), 47
    • Great Southern of India, 303
    • Great Western, 77, 97
    • Great Western of Canada, 229
    • Hereford and Brecon, 47
    • Illinois Central, 153, 229
    • Kendal and Windermere, 171
    • Kinross-shire, 229
    • Knighton, 239
    • Lancashire and Yorkshire. 96
    • Lancaster and Carlisle, 1453
    • Limerick and Ennis, 47
    • London and Blackwall. 125
    • London, Brighton, and South Coast, 70
    • London and North-Western, 125, 275
    • London and South-Western, 97
    • Londonderry and Enniskillen, 193
    • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, 70, 193, 265, 380
    • Maryport and Carlisle, 137
    • Marseilles and Toulon, 403
    • Midland, 117
    • Midland Great Western of Ireland, 193
    • Monmouthshire, 358
    • Norfolk, 137
    • North Devon, 137
    • North Eastern. 125
    • North of Indian Tramroad, 368
    • North London, 125
    • Northern of Franco, 275
    • Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton, 171
    • Panama, 244
    • Peebles, 275
    • Pernambuco, 265
    • Portsmouth, 275
    • Punjab, 22
    • Sambre and Meuse, 275
    • between Sardinia and Lombardy, 2
    • St. Andrew's, 275
    • Mt. Helen's, 70
    • Scinde, 229
    • Scottish North-Eastern, 193
    • Smyrna and Aidin, 110
    • South Devon, 153
    • South Eastern, 137, 265
    • South Wales, 125, 229
    • Spanish, 212
    • Stockton and Darlington, 96
    • Taff Vale, 137
    • Ulverstone and Lancaster, 153
    • Vale of Neath, 125
    • Waterford and Kilkenny, 239
    • Waterford and Limerick. 137
    • West-end of London and Crystal Palace, 137
    • West Flanders, 275
    • West Somerset, 283
    • Woolwich Arsenal, 192
    • Worcester and Hereford. 153
    • Yorkshire, South. 137
  • Railways.
    • Algerian, 337
    • in South Australia, 440, 449
    • and Canals, Spanish, 10
    • by Contract, Working, 51
    • Superstructure of, 140
    • Australian, 70, 77
    • Austrian, 47
    • Egyptian, 404
    • French, 22, 98, 239, 303, 334
    • Indian, 157, 834, 410
    • Metropolitan, 29, 78, 181
    • Portuguese, 262
    • and Prize Fights, 303
    • Russian, 103
    • Street, 264
    • Swedish, 403
    • Turkey, 104
    • United States, 112
    • Victoria, 110, 137
  • Ram, Engines for the New Steam, 391
  • Reading-stand, Noel's, 150
  • "Ready Reckoner," the Cental, 41
  • Reaping Machine, 74
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines. Drummond's, 408
  • Rebuilding of Paris, 288
  • Receipts, Enormous Railway, 416
    • French Railway, 25
    • at Glasgow, Customs', 434
    • Railway, 166
  • Rectification of the Circle, 6, 27, 64, 82, 100, 119, 185, 225. 243, 356
  • Red Lead upon Iron, Destructive Effect of, 293
  • Redpath's Ship's Pumps, 298
  • Red River, Steam Navigation on the, 247
  • Red Sea, 165, 295
    • Telegraph, 259, 352, 388, 407, 447
  • Reform, Patent Law, 83, 99
  • Reid's Method of Testing Submarine Cables, 441
  • Rennie, George, F.R.S., Quantity of Heat Developed by Water when Rapidly Agitated, by, 43
    • Resistances of Screw Propellers, by, 44
  • Report on the Huddersfield Boiler Explosion, 339
  • "Repulse," The, 420
  • Reservoir or Fountain Pen, Ridsdale's. 370
  • Retardation in Submarine Wires, Inductive, by Geo. Blair, M.A., 26, 46, 68
  • Revolver, the Deane-Harding, 866
    • Improved, 362
  • Richmond and Chandler's Chaff-cutting Machine, 135
  • Ridsdale's Reservoir, or Fountain Pen, 370
  • Rifle Bullet, 83
    • Bullets, Norton's, 112
    • the Lancaster the Enfield, 233
    • New, 42
    • ma, 16
  • Rifles, Enfield, Armstrong and Whitworth. 26::
  • Rifled Fire-arms, 297
  • Rigby, John, A. B., the Gyroscope, by, 59
  • Rigg’s Tipping, &c., Apparatus, 4
  • River Beds, Strange, 325
  • Rivers of Bengal, 325
  • Roads in India, 236
  • Rocket Gun, 283
  • Rolling Stock (Eastern Counties), 392
    • Stock for India, 133
  • Roman Wall, the Great, 80
  • Ropemaking, New Material for, 389
  • Rowan's Marino Boiler Engine, 331
  • Rowland, John, Tubular System, by, 103
  • Royal Engineers, the, 437

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY —

  • Dispatch from Captain H. Strachey. Medallist, R.G.S., Respecting the Measures taken by the India' Government to Ascertain the Fate of Mr. Adolphe Schlagintwoir, 143
  • Journey in Mexico, by Mr. Charles Sevin. F. R.G.S. Reports from Captains Burton and Spoke, of the East African Expedition, 78
  • Journey through the Highest Panes in the Mountains of Chinese Tartary, by T. W. Atkinson, Esq., F.R.U.S., 153
  • Notes on the Lower Danube, by Major Stokes, R. E., 329
  • Notes of a Voyage up the Yang-tse-Keang, from Wosunq to Han-kow, by Laurence Oliphant, Esq F.R.G.S., with a Chart of the River, by Captain Sherard Osborn. F R.G.S., 230
  • Notes on the Zambesi Expedition. from the Journal of Mr. Thomas Barnes, F. R.G.S., communicated by Dr. Livingstone, F.11.0.S.. 22
  • Observations on the Geography of Central Africa, by James Macqueen. Esq.. F.11.0.5. 329
  • On a Now Projection of the Sphere, by Sir J. F. W. Herschel. 265
  • View of the Great Valley of the Yang-tse-Keang. before and alter its Occupation by tin, Rebels, by Sir J. F. Davis, Bart, F.R.O.S., 230

ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN :—

  • Chronometry of Life, by James Paget, Esq., F.R.S., 399
  • Consolidation of Lava on Steep Slopes. and Origin of the Conical Form of Volcanoes, by Sir Charles Lyell, M.A., &c., 899
  • Crystal Molecule by the Instrumentality of Light, Insight hitherto Obtained into the Nature of the, by Nevil Storey Maskelyne. Esq., M.A., 363, 381
  • Electrical Discharge, &c., by W. R. Grove, Esq., Q.C., F.R.S., &c., 147
  • Estimation of the Organic Matter of the Air. by Robert Angus Smith, Req., Ph.D., F.R.S., 311 Houses in Relation to Health, by Robert Druitt, Esq., 420
  • Magnesium, Calcium, Lithium, and their Congeners, by William Odling, M.D., 255
  • Now Method of Rendering Visible Abstruse Problems of Crystallography, hitherto considered only as Mathematical Abstractions, by Rev. Walter Mitchell, M.A.. 310
  • Ozone and Antozone, by Professor Faraday. F.R.S., 165
  • Veined Structure of Glaciers, by John Tyndall, Esq., F.R.S., 255

Russia, Machinery in, 446

  • Progress of. 83, 363
  • Rails for, 153
  • Trade of, 24

Russian Despatch Vessels, 423

  • Frigate, General-Admiral, 418


" Sabbath Stone" of the Northumberland Coal Pits, 290

Sailing, Rapid, 132

Sails for Ships Metal, 390

St. George's Hall, Liverpool, Cost of, 316;

St. Paul's, Space by, 102

St. Paul's, Whispering in, 132

Salaries of the Officers of the Metropolitan Board of Works. 43

Saltash, the Albert Viaduct at, 344

Samson, an American, 437

Samuel's Cup Trough Sleepers. 333

Samuelson's Wheels of Carts, 330

Sanitary Question, 102

Sawing Machine., Harvey's Band, 404

Scarborough, Improvement Commission, 116

School of Mines, Bristol, 401

Scottish Matters, 212, 221, 247, 266, 283, 293, 339, 357, 375, 392, 412, 421, 441

Scott's Breakwaters, 150

  • Machinery for Cleaning and Dressing Seeds, 223

Scoria, Iron from, 306

Screw Bolts, Security of Nuts, &c., 60

  • Colliers, 153
  • Frigate Ariadne, 405
  • Frigate Mersey, 74
  • v. Paddle, 139, 173
  • Pilbeam's Bradawl, 186
  • Propellers, 409
  • Propeller, Invention of, 152
  • Propellers, Resistances of, George Bennie, F.R.S., 44
  • Steamers, Large, 228
  • Steamer Mauritius, 48
  • Steamers, Price of, 24
  • Stocks, Chatwin and Taylor's, 80
  • Vessels, Examining Machinery of, Luis', 102

Screws, Bousfield’s Machinery for Cutting the Threads of Wood, 385

Sebastopol, Sunken Ships at, 208, 380

Seeds, Scott's Machinery for Dressing, Cleaning, and Separating, 223

Seine, Launch of the, 396

  • the Thames and the, 409

Sellers' Machinery for Turning Shafting, 120

Separator, Hislop's Grain, 80

Servants, Penalties for Drunkenness upon Railways, 47

Sewage. Conservation of, 104

  • Fane's Treatment of, 186
  • of Glasgow, 87
  • Liebig on, 80
  • Rate 55
  • applied by Steam-power, Mr. Mechi on Town, 398

Sewing Machines. 13

  • Machines. Bigelow's, 99
  • Machines, Brind's, 276

Shaft-couplings, Griffith’s, 134

Shafts, Proportions of Bearings for, 387

Shaw and Cooper's Mode of Obtaining Motive-power, 405

Shearing, (see also Punching)

Sheffield and Halifax. 303

Shells, Incendiary, 136

  • for Warfare, Incendiary, 333

Ship building, Timber for, 357

Shipping. 171

  • Company, European and American Steam, 226
  • Steam, 101, 337

Ships' Lifts, 3s1, 407. 427

  • Logs, Massey's, 244
  • Pumps. 252
  • at Sebastopol, Sunken, 208, 380
  • of War, Building. 74
  • of War, Iron. 353
  • Shoring, a New Method of, 309
  • Shuttleworth's Portable Boilers, 28
  • Signal Alarm, 116
  • Signals, Reflecting, 353
  • Silicatisation, 207
  • of Sooty, 101
  • Silver in Bohemia, 97
  • Silver's Process of Insulation for Submarine Cables, 407
  • Silvestre, T., English Art in France, 78
  • Simons' Castors, 186
  • Skipper, a Ready, 184
  • Slate-ridge Roll, Securing the Joints of, Jones' Invention, 262
  • Slave Inventor, 48
  • Bleeders, Samuel's Cup Trough, 333
  • Slip at Melbourne Government, 137
  • Smoke, Almond's Furnaces for the Combustion of, 428
  • Consumption of, 79
  • Nuisance, Preventing. 413
  • Prevention, H. Child's, 11
  • Smith's Steam Engines, 226
  • Soane Museum. the, 420

SOCIETY OF ARTS:—

  • Electricity, Theory of, by S. Alfred Varlet, Associate Institution Civil Engineers, 248, 256, 281
  • Exhibition of Inventions, 291, 319
  • "Les Arts, lee Artistes. et l’Industrie en Angleterre Depuis la Derniere Moitie du Dix littitime Siècle Jusqu'a co Jour," by M. Theophile Silvestre, 41
  • On the Cape Colony, by Mr. William Hawes, 168
  • Professor Hughes' System of Type-printing Telegraphs. and Methods of Insulation, &c., by Mr. IL Hyde. 273
  • Recognition of Music att0Dif the Arts, by Henry F. Chorley, 329
  • Relative Values of Coal and Coke in Locomotive Engines, by Benjamin Fothergill, 345, 365, 382
  • Subjects for Premiums, 4
  • Timber for Shipbuilding, by Mr. Leonard Wray, 816
  • Utilisation of Waste Substances, by Mr. P. L. Simmonds, 106

SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS:—

  • " Permanent Way," by Mr. C. J. Light, 183
  • Society of Mechanical Draughtsmen, 225
  • Societies, Friendly, 300
  • Sociology, dm., 275
  • dm., Comparative, 075
  • Soda Silicate, 158
  • Southampton, another Large Steamer for, 356
  • Matters, 252
  • and New York, Steam Communication between, 366
  • the Inner Dock, 212, 378, 3S7
  • Waterworks, 293
  • South Kensington Museum, 421

SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS :—

  • Discussion upon Coal, &c., by Mr. Cox, 321, 829
  • Rare Occurrence of a Metalliferous Vein (containing Lead). in a Bed of Coal, by E. Rogers. Esq., 60
  • Security of Nuts or Screw Bolts, by Mr. Murphy, 60
  • " Thin and Thick Fires." a Paper on, by Mr. Cox, 60
  • South Wales, Iron and Coal Trades in, 413
  • Spain, Gas in, 276
  • Spanish Government, Steamers for the, 370
  • Mail Steamers. 383
  • Spark Arresters for Locomotives, 309
  • Specie to the East. Shipment of, 407
  • Spence's Steel, 312
  • Spinning and Doubling Wool, Foster and Smith's Machinery, 405
  • Spontaneous Combustion, 25, 120
  • Spring-hanging for Railway Carriages, 442
  • Hook Catch, or Fastening, Nicholl's and Walker's, 334
  • Springs, Recoil of. Hodge and Spencer, 116
  • Stafford's Steam Carriage, Lord, 167, 388
  • Statistics, Irish Agricultural, 319
  • Mint, 84
  • Railway, 439
  • Statistical Return, Curious, 46

Steam from Boilers,

  • Discharge of, 427, 447
  • Carriage, Lord Stafford's, 167, 388
  • Combined, 29, 278
  • Communication with America, 229
  • Communication between Southampton and New York, 366
  • Cultivation, 389, 403
  • Culture, 445
  • Culture at Woolston, 288
  • Generating. Benson's, 240
  • Hammers, 272
  • Heat of, 263
  • High Pressure. 191
  • Navigation Company. General,137
  • Pipes, Domes. &c., 261
  • Ploughing, 421
  • Power, C. Schiele and Co., 29
  • Press, the First Breath of the. 25
  • Shipping, 387
  • Superheated, 265, 297, 299, 322,413, 427, 447
  • Superheating, 299
  • Steamboat Accommodation at London Bridge, 61
  • Novel, 181
  • Steamboats, Propelling of, Britt's, 312
  • River, 281

Steamer, the Cigar, 102, 157, 421

  • Czar, Loss of the, 81
  • Loss of an Iron, General Williams, 288
  • the Mersey, 293
  • Nepaul, 75
  • Paramatta, the Royal Mail, 408
  • Sale of the Tasmanian, 401
  • Saved by Water-tight Compartments, 449
  • for Southampton, Large, 356
  • Swedish-built, 55

Steamers,

  • American River, 274
  • Atlantic. 19
  • Canadian Ocean, 330
  • in Cork, the Cunard, 262
  • Covering Iron, 383
  • English and Foreign Transatlantic, 857
  • French, 19
  • Idle, 182
  • for India, 133, 171
  • Indian. 74
  • the Indus. 35
  • Intercolonial Mail, 13.;
  • from Ireland, 272
  • New, 58, 133
  • New York Mail, 423
  • for Passenger Traffic, River, 221
  • to Portugal, New, 193
  • River, 318
  • between Southampton and New York, 153
  • for the Spanish Government, 370
  • Spanish Mail, 883
  • Steaming on Ice, 194
  • Rapid, 222
  • Steamships, 201
  • American, 407
  • Steamship Callao, 112
  • Improvement, 155, 170, 184
  • Line, New, 60
  • Ocean, 371
  • Steel, Bessemer's, 408
  • Cast and Puddled, 206
  • the Largest Piece of, 24
  • Manufacture of, 67, 118, 141, 184
  • Puddled, 245, 246, 260, 296, 313, 335
  • Puddled and other, 350
  • Spence's, 312
  • Tin Plates, Robert Mushet, 85
  • Steel's, Brewing and Distilling, 172
  • Stephenson and his Workmen, the late George, 32t;
  • Stereoscope, Novel Application of the, 367
  • Stockholm, Waterworks at, 316
  • Stone, Preservation of, 188
  • Preserving of, 11
  • Silicatisation of, 101
  • Stop-cocks (see Valves)
  • Stoppering Bottles, Nouveau's, 349
  • Streets. Decline of Gentility in, 84
  • &c., Greave's Mode of Constructing, 187
  • of Manchester, &c., 80
  • Street Paving, Improvements in, 182
  • Railways, 264
  • Tablets, New, 198
  • Stroud, Drainage of, 226
  • Submarine Communication between England and France, 43
  • Explorations, Newton's Apparatus, 367
  • Warfare, 30, 46, 49, 120
  • Submerging Telegraph Cables, Grylls's Apparatus for, 298
  • Subterranean Waters beneath Paris, 446
  • Subways, Omnibus, 69
  • Suez Canal, the, 22, 27, 277, 351, 407, 439
  • Sugar Mills, 279
  • Sunken Vessels, Raising, 439
  • Superheated Steam, 265, 297, 299, 322, 418, 427, 447
  • Superheating Apparatus, 124
  • Apparatus Partridge's, 24
  • Survey Ordnance, 236
  • Sydney Mint. the, 441
  • Tablets, New Street, 198
  • Taps and Valves, Hart's, 172
  • Tasmanian Steamer, Sale of the, 401
  • Tax, an Unjust, 101
  • Taylor, Belts on Pulleys. 117
  • Taylor's Manufacture of Iron, 169
  • Tea from the Himalaya Mountains, 133

Telegraph

  • to Alexandria, 134
  • Atlantic. 10, 24, 71, 78, 100. 118, 133, 152, 171, 193. 198, 209, 245, 26], 289, 375, 388, 401, 441, 447
  • Austrian, 120
  • Cable, to Reduce the Effects of Inductive Action, 364
  • the Channel Islands Submarine, 86, 329, 360
  • Ceylon, 102
  • Company, Now Atlantic, 427
  • Company. Electric and International, 106
  • Electric, United States, 22
  • Engineering, 439
  • from Europe via India to Australia, 349
  • to Denmark, Submarine, 440
  • between France and Algeria, 117
  • Indian, 169, 265
  • London District. 20
  • the Magnetic, 47
  • between Malta and Cagliari, Submarine, 7g the Malta and Candia, 436
  • Mediterranean, 10, 110. 180
  • Originator of the Atlantic, 169
  • Origin of the Electric, 347
  • Over-house, 180
  • the Printing, 9
  • Professor Thomson's, 275
  • Proposed New Route for the Atlantic, 321
  • Red Sea, 110, 259, 352, 388, 447
  • South Atlantic.134
  • in South Australia, Electric, 311
  • Turkish, 98

Telegraphic

  • Difficulties in India, 265
  • Lines between France and England, 78
  • Wires, India-rubber Coated, 212

Telegraphs,

  • Australian, 24
  • Electric, Thomson's, 7
  • and Methods of Insulation, &c., Prof. Hughes'
  • System of Type-printing, 273
  • Ocean, 439
  • Submarine, 245, 263, 447
  • the Type-printing, 282
  • Wheatstone's Electro-magnetic, 65

Telegraphy, Submarine, 184, 190, 224, 243, 260, 278 296, 299, 322, 333, 356, 375, 376

  • Tempering Steel Tools, 404
  • Terry's Quit Iron Paving, 168
  • Testimonial to Mr. T. E. Harrison, C.E., 135
  • Testing Submarine Cables, Reid's Method of, 441
  • Thames Graving Dock Company, 396
  • and the Seine, the, 409
  • Thomson's Electric Telegraphs, Working and Testing of, 7
  • Threshing Machines, Steam, 46
  • Throttle Valves, 49
  • Timber for Shipbuilding, 816, 357
  • Tinned Plates from Puddled Steel, 46
  • Tipping, dze.'Apparatus, Riggs', 84
  • Tod, David, Esq., of Ayton, Death of, 71
  • Tells, Great Western Railway, 227
  • on Steam Carriages, 446
  • Tonnage of the United States, 60
  • Tools, Tempering Steel, 41i4
  • Toshach's Pile-driving Machines, 276
  • Traction and Agriculture, Steam, 279, 297
  • Engines 119, 281, 299, 335. 353, 856, 871

Trade

  • of the Bristol Channel, 201
  • and Business Prospects in America, 275
  • Circulars, Annual, 20
  • Gun, 349
  • of Liverpool, 83
  • etc., of New South Wales, 81
  • Our Future, 77
  • of Tasmania and New Zealand, 81
  • of Victoria, 81
  • Trades in South Wales, Iron and Coal, 413

Traffic,

  • Agricultural Railway, 29u
  • over London Bridge, 375
  • the Portsmouth, 456
  • Railway, 373
  • Returns, 79, 97, 125, 137, 153. 171, 193. 212, 229, 239, 421, 441
  • Train on Fire, 279
  • Tramways in Ireland, 102
  • Treaty, Russian, 102
  • Trees in the Metropolis, 303
  • Truss Rode, 139
  • Tubes, Collapse of, 64
  • to Collapse, Resistance of, W. Fairbairn, Esq., F. It S., 2
  • Tubular System. 63, 82. 103, 170. 185, 207
  • Tucker's Variable Boring Bit, 280
  • Tungsten, 420
  • Tunnel under the Alps, Cost of, 388
  • Tunnelling, 29
  • Tunnelling Machinery, 429
  • Machinery, Penrice's, 426
  • Tunnels, Roman Railway, 117
  • Turning Shafting, Sellers', 120
  • Turning. dm., Wilson's Machinery for, 154
  • Turntables, Dunn and Mara's, 25
  • Twisting and Doubling Silk, Hines' Machinery for, 262
  • Type-composing Machine, Hattersley's, 357
  • Type-printing Instrument, 273, 315, 333, 361, 376, 393, 412
  • Tyres, Elastic Beating for, 169
  • Owen's Wheel, 81
  • United States, Gun-making in the, 405
  • Iron Works, 363
  • Mails, between Southampton and New York, 283
  • Postal System, 9
  • Tonnage of. 60
  • Utilisation of Waste Substances, 106
  • Value of a Bit of Knowledge, 288
  • Valve, Davies' Slide, 169
  • Valves, and Cut-offs, Throttle. 243
  • Gates and Stop-cocks, Bacon's, 366
  • Parsons' Safety, 330
  • Slide, 335, 353
  • Vanderbilt, Rapid Passage of the, 420
  • Ventilating and Warming, 354
  • Ventilation of Mines, 252
  • of Mines, Furnace, 187
  • versus Draughts, 40
  • and Warming of Dwellings, 234
  • in Wheeled Vehicles, 41
  • Vessel in the Navy, a Rotten, 413
  • Vessels, Displacement of, 263
  • European and American Steam, 416
  • Fast, 357
  • Large and Small, 20
  • Raising Sunken, 439
  • Russian Despatch, 423
  • of War, Iron-cased, 151
  • Viaduct at Saltash, the Albert, 344
  • in Victoria, Large Railway, 429
  • Victoria Bridge, Pimlico, 423
  • Large Railway Viaduct in, 429
  • Trade of, 81
  • Volcanic Eruption, Great, 349
  • Cones and Craters, Formation of. 166
  • Volcanoes, Origin of the Conical Form of, 399
  • Volutes, Drawing, 85
  • Wales, Gold in North, 297
  • Mineral Trades of South, 190
  • Walker's Needles, 150
  • Telegraph Cables, 222
  • War, an American View of the, 404
  • the Brighton and South-western Railway, 411
  • Warming by Steam, 103
  • and Ventilating, 354
  • and Ventilation of Dwellings, 234
  • Warry's Breech-loading Cannon, 171, 274
  • Waste Lands of Dartmoor, 4114
  • Washing in Molten Metal, 440
  • Water on Board Passenger-ships, Fresh, 863
  • Concussion of, 329, 408
  • in the Desert, How to Find, 358
  • Fire from, 408
  • Gas, 340
  • Supply for Melbourne, 219
  • tight Compartments, 71, 449
  • Waterworks, Botany, New South Wales, 383
  • Melbourne Gravitation, 239
  • Southampton, 293
  • at Stockholm, 316
  • Weekly Mail between Now York and Southampton, 421
  • Wellington College, 66
  • West of England Railway Matters, 2 29
  • Westminster Bridge, New, 230, 840
  • Wheatstone's Electro-Magnetic Telegraphs, 65
  • Wheels of Carts, Samuelson's, 330
  • Wheel-tracks, Granite, 112
  • Whitworth's Gun, 198
  • Guns, Gun-carriages, and Ammunition, 388
  • Williams' Tubular Boilers, 134
  • Wilson's Machinery for Turning, dm., 154
  • Windlasses, Friction, 171
  • Winnowing Machinery, Childs', 316
  • Wood-carving, 47
  • Woollen Factory in Oregon, 339
  • Woolston, Steam Culture at. 288
  • Woolwich Arsenal, 172, 262, 362, 436
  • Arsenal, Railway to, 192
  • Brass Ordnance Factory at, $6
  • Gun Factory at, 319
  • Hospital, New, 277
  • Works in India, Public, 240
  • in South Australia, Public, 293
  • Workmen, Social Progress amongst, 191
  • be Taught, What should Mechanical, 428
  • Wreck of a French Brig, 166
  • Wrecks in 1858, 167
  • Number of, 27
  • Report of, 272
  • Wright's Anvils, 404
  • Wrigley's Frictional Coupling, 443
  • Self-acting Coupling for Railway Carriages, 442
  • Yachting in America, 894
  • Zinc, Consumption of, 130

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