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  • Academy of Sciences, French, 246
  • Acceleration of Speed on the Great Northern Railway, 218
  • Accident to the Atrato, 56
  • to the Connaught, 421
  • on the Eastern Counties Railway, 228, 230, 280
  • The Great Northern, 365, 355, 398
  • to the German Steamship Biemen, 40
  • Accidents in America, 135
  • in Collieries. 276
  • Coroners' Inquests upon Railways, 206
  • Railway, 15S, 273
  • on Steamboats and Railroads in America, 63
  • Acids and Salts, 3.2(.0
  • Adams', W. Bridges, Permanent Way, 1$7
  • Adriatic, Now Docks on the, 341
  • Thu Steamship, 267
  • Trial Trip of the, 165
  • Adulteration of Food and Drink, 290
  • Aerial Messengers, 37
  • Voyages from America, 222
  • Aerophon, the, 326
  • Africa, Travels in the Interior of, 17
  • Agricultural Show, French, 2, 37, 444
  • Agriculture of Franco, 42d in Savoy, 196
  • Air, Efflux of, 240
  • to Furnaces, Supply of, 36
  • Alchemists, the Last of the, 387
  • Alchemy, Recent, 380
  • Allan's Steam and Water Pressure Gauge, SR2
  • Alloy no's Wrought-iron Beams, 2.',2
  • Alps, Tunnel in Savoy, 88
  • Aluminium, 41, 317
  • Bronco, 176

America,

  • Accidents in, 135
  • Accidents on Steamboats and Railroads in, 63
  • Commercial Restrictions in, 263
  • Counting-room, Engineering in, 13.5
  • French Operations in Central, 24)
  • Mode of Building in, 79
  • Proposed Aerial Voyages from, 222
  • Quick Passage from, 46
  • Sewing Machine in, 61
  • Steamship Arrangements in, 152
  • Superheate,1 Steam in, 151
  • Telegraph to, 382
  • South, Mining Enterprise in, 49

American Arctic Expedition, 12

  • Cannon, the Great, 24
  • Continent, Express across the, 155
  • Dodge, a New, 820
  • Elite, prime. 322
  • Forecast. Winter among the, 218
  • boil Mountain, 124
  • Leviathan Ste unship, 354
  • Locomotive.' and Politics, 34
  • Marine Engines, Prices of, 17
  • Matters, 49
  • Mill Fall, 133
  • Passenger Steamships, 28
  • Practice, Details of, 12
  • Railroads, 381

American Railway Carriages,

  • Ventilation of, 49
  • Steamboats, 4
  • Steamboats, Speed of, 19
  • Steam Corvette, 278
  • Steamers for the Sandwich Islands, 20
  • Steam Fire Engine, 186
  • Steam Staircase, 14$, 272
  • Steamship, 17
  • Steamships, Sale of, 153
  • Steam-vessels in the West India Islands, 12
  • Street Railways, 224
  • Street Railways, Hon. G. F. Berkeley upon, 193
  • Structures, 59
  • Superheating Apparatus, 24$
  • Trade, a New Steamship for the, 2.3
  • View of English Invention, 123
  • Amos', Ship Lift, 4
  • Anchor, Martin's, 249, 260
  • Anchors, 401
  • Experiments in Testing, 273
  • Testing, 23S
  • Anchors and Testing Machines, 270
  • Andes, Mineral Treasures of the, 149
  • Anemoter. 17
  • Annealing Furnaces, Eagleton's, 333
  • Ants, Remedies to Arrest the Ravages of White, 87
  • Remedy for White, 17
  • Antiquities, Manufacture of, 52
  • Appetite, the Instinct of, 315
  • Architecture, Naval, 299
  • Present State of the Mathematical Theory of Naval, 184, 197
  • Arctic Expedition, American, 12
  • Arethusa, Lengthening of, 376
  • Ariadne. the. 50
  • Armour, Government Experiments on Iron, 420
  • Armstrong Gun. Test of, 317
  • Arsenal, New, 2
  • Arsenals at Cannock Chase and Birkenhead, 399
  • Arsenic-eating in Styria, 217
  • Artillery, French Ideas of, 275
  • and other Vessels to Resist great Internal Pressure, 101
  • Ashton-under-Lyne, Boiler Explosion at, 840
  • Aspinall's Sugar Evaporating Apparatus, 168

ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS :—

  • Concussion of Water in Pipes Attached to Pumps, by Mr. John Briggs, 814
  • Dinner, Fifth Annual, 101
  • Election of Members, 96
  • of Mr. Muir, 363
  • Half-yearly Report. 17
  • Remarks on the Various Scientific Appliances and Instruments in Use at the Kew Observatory, by Mr Bickley, 17
  • Association, Huddersfield Boiler, 71, 72, 143, 218, 276, 349, 411
  • the National Rifle. 291
  • for the Prevention of Boiler Explosions, 151, 291, 364, 412
  • Associations, Engineering, 26
  • Astronomy of the Ancients, 54
  • Atlantic Cable, 400
  • Passage, Rapid, 16, 346
  • Royal Mail Steam Navigation Company, 228, 270
  • Telegraph, 349, 363
  • Telegraph Scheme, 150
  • Atrato, Accident to, 56
  • Australasian Steam Navigation Company, 50
  • Australia and China, Mails to, 52
  • Gold, 105
  • Telegraph Arrangements for, 40
  • Australian Desert, Exploration of, 49
  • Farm, Irrigation of an, 95
  • Mails, 341, 353
  • Built Steamer, 36
  • Austria, Manufacture, Commerce, and Trades of Foreign Nations, 233
  • Locomotive Engines, 268
  • Bacchante. Trial of, 152
  • Baden. Manufacture, Commerce, and Trades of Foreign Nations, 193
  • Bankruptcies in Four Months, 328
  • Barclay's Steam Hammer. 88
  • Barrow Steam Corvette, 151
  • Barry, Sir Charles, Anecdotes of, 353
  • Sir Charles, Funeral of, 331
  • Bars. Re-rolling Old Railway, 115
  • Batchelor's Steam Engines, 200
  • Batteries, Floating, 168
  • Telegraphic Conductors and, Siemens', 884
  • Bath, A New kind of, 370
  • Bavaria, Manufactures, Commerce, and Trades of Foreign Nations, 221
  • Bazalgette Mr., on Thames Embankment, 404
  • Beams, Wrought•;-iron, Alleyne's, 252
  • Beardslee's Magneto-Electric Machines, 121.
  • Belgium, Manufacture, Commerce, dc., of, 15f;
  • Bell Founding, 39
  • at the Leeds Town Hall, the Victoria, 38
  • Westminster, 186
  • Bells, the Composition of largo, 30
  • Belt Fastenings, 315
  • Belts, Power of Bolts, 188, 202, 205, 220, 254
  • Bennett's Carding Engines, 24
  • Benson's Projectiles for Muzzle-Loading Rifled Ordnance, 316
  • Bentall’s Screw Presses, 300, 321, 337
  • Bentham's Block Machinery, 335
  • Berkeley, Hon. Grantley F., upon American Street Railways, 193
  • Bernard's Improvements in Boots and Shoes, 238
  • Beyer's Machinery for Boring and Drilling, 332
  • Biemen, Accident to the Steamer, 49
  • Big Ben the Second, 196
  • Bill, Locomotive, 344
  • Bills, Railway, 75
  • Bilston, Fatal Boiler Explosion at, 403
  • Birkenhead Arsenal, Proposed Government, 399
  • Horse Railways in, 336
  • Birmingham Canal, Works on the Netherton Tunnel Branch of the, 85
  • Bitumenised Paper Pipes, 262
  • Blackburn's Traction Engine, 24
  • Blast Furnaces, 341
  • Bleaching and Dyeing Works, 169
  • Block Machinery, Bentham's, 335
  • Board of Admiralty, the, 386
  • Boat for the Clyde, Now River, 188
  • Boden and Clark's Superheating Apparatus, 89

Boiler Deposits, 416

  • Engineering, 46
  • Explosion, 30, 172, 204, 228, 267, 274, 330, 336, 340, 403
  • Explosions, 337, 352, 413, 416, 196, 351
  • Explosions, Association for the Prevention of, 151, 291, 364, 412
  • Flues, 205, 239
  • Scale, 87

Boilers and Boiler Explosions, 185

  • Cornish, 6
  • Harman's Steam, 235
  • High-pressure, 273
  • Horse-power of, 401
  • Proportions of, 59
  • Steam, 175
  • Steam, Tapp's, 137
  • Steam, Williams', 73
  • Water Tubes in the Navy, 216
  • Bolt and Rivet Machinery, Mennon’s', 104
  • Boling and Drilling,
  • Beyer's Machinery, 332
  • Brakes, Railway, 281, 402
  • Brazil, Means of Communication in, 69
  • New York Steam Mail Line to, 24
  • Bread 31anufacture, Now System of, 282
  • Breakwaters, 377
  • Tuck's, 57
  • Brick and Tile Machinery, Ward and Burman's, 415
  • Bricks and Tubular Articles, Machinery fur Moulding Hollow, 400

Bridge,

  • Desjardin's, Canada Railway, 225
  • over the Elbe, near Hamburgh, 75
  • Hungerford. 344
  • Menai, the, 252
  • across the Mersey, 193
  • the New Westminster, 148
  • New Westminster, Opening of, 162
  • the Niagara Suspension, 190, 319
  • Ordish's Patent Rigid Suspension, 237
  • Railway, Singular Destruction of a, 326
  • Victoria, 2
  • Victoria, Iron of, 30

Bridges,

  • Comparative Strength of Lattice and Tube, 188
  • Railway, 157, 170, 188, 191, 201, 202, 236, 286
  • Rigid Suspension, 202
  • the Thames, 338
  • Bridging the Mersey, 109
  • Britannia Works, Bedford, 387
  • Works Forging Department, 384
  • British Association, 415
  • Broadley's Looms, 140
  • Bronze Coinage, the New, 142
  • Bruce's Agricultural Drills, 21
  • Brunel's. Mr., Collection of Works of Art, 276
  • Brunel, Mr., and the Great Western and Great Britain, 22
  • the late Mr., 102
  • Memorial, 185
  • Buckets, Plungers, and Pistons, Fernihough's, 285
  • Buckley, the late Henry, Life and Writings of, 135
  • Budden's Piles for Piers and Jetties, 397
  • Budget, the 126
  • Buffer and Draw Spring, Wright's, 381
  • Building in America, Mod° of. 79
  • on the Clyde. Steamship, 163
  • Materials, Decay and Preservation of, 377
  • Ships, Hodgson's Improvements in, 350
  • Slips in Portsmouth Dockyard, Enlargement of, 19
  • Woods, the Causes of their Decay, Sac., 393
  • Buildings, Flimsiness of Scotch, 234
  • Moving, 356
  • Burgess' Reaping and Mowing Machines, 336, 415
  • Burning, Glass, 332
  • Cable, the Atlantic. 400
  • the Mersey Telegraph, 64
  • the Singapore and Batavia, 29, 49
  • Cables, Chain, 60, 198, 240
  • Chain, Anchors, and Testing Machines, 270
  • Chain, and Shipwrecks, 27
  • and Ropes, Henley's Machinery, 201
  • Submarine, 41, 74, 417
  • Testing Telegraph, 352
  • Calculating Machine, Scheutz's. 262
  • Calico Printing, Influence of Science on the Art of, 165
  • California Stage Company, 2
  • Caloric Effects of Voltaic Action, 139
  • Cambrian, Launch of, 278
  • Canada, Copper in, 346
  • Canadian-built Locomotives, 155
  • Mail Steamers, 12, 214
  • Canal, the Chinese Grand, 102
  • Lock in the United States, 346
  • Panama Ship, 167
  • Canals and Railways. 304
  • Cannock Chase and Birkenhead Arsenals, 899
  • Cannon, American, 24
  • Breech-loading, 258
  • Construction of, 885, 898, 416
  • and Our Defences, Rifled, 395
  • Rifled, for the Navy, 376
  • the Whitworth, 125
  • the Whitworth Rifle, 141
  • Capital, Expenditure, and Traffic Receipts, 29
  • Capstans, Harfield's, 152
  • Carriages. Hackney, 2
  • Railway, 382
  • Cartridges, Norton's, 367
  • Casing, Steam Cylinder, &c., 106, 122
  • Cast-iron Ordnance, Rifled, 85, 278
  • Casual tire, 266
  • Catacombs of Paris, 106
  • Cattail's. Dr., Purified Gutta-Percha, 58
  • Cattle Killed by Licking Paint, 314
  • Cerebral System of Classification of the Mammalia, 183, 207
  • Chain Cables, 60, 198, 240
  • Cables, Anchors, and Testing Machines, 270
  • Cables and Shipwrecks, 27
  • Chains, Shins', 38
  • Chair Joints for Rails without Bolts or Fishes, 207
  • Chairs, Railway, James', 57
  • Chambers for the Industrial Classes, 320
  • Channel, a Railway across the, 426
  • Islands, Defence of, 220, 246
  • Islands Telegraph, 22, 71
  • Charter of the Pacific Steam Company, Liverpool Extended, 95
  • Chatham Dockyard, 102
  • Chemical Laboratory, 9
  • Childs and Owen's Machinery for Cleaning Grain and Seeds, 168
  • Chili, Railways and Stage Coaches in, 196
  • Chimney, Colossal, at Glasgow, 138
  • Chimneys, Height of, 223, 287
  • China, Rapid Transmission of Intelligence from, 52
  • Chinese Grand Canal, 162
  • City of Dublin Steamship Company, 879

CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS SOCIETY:

  • Copper Smelting, by Mr. Edward H. Hilliar, 184
  • Foundations, by G. W. M'George, 85
  • Hydrostatics and Hydraulics, by John J. Platts, 51
  • Permanent Way, by Mr. W. Rutt, 118
  • Steam, as adapted to Common Roads, by Mr. J. B. Hilditch (communicated), 412
  • Steam Boilers, by Mr. F. 11. Sawyer, 175
  • Steam, its Nature and Properties, by G. W. M’George, 303
  • Steam Navigation, the Use and Progress of, by Alfred D. Lewis, 11
  • Strikes, their Effects and Consequences, 243
  • Switches and Crossings, by Mr. W. Rutt, 331
  • Civil Service Estimates, 404
  • Clarini's Nail Machinery, 105
  • Classic and Gothic, 162
  • Cleaning Grain and Seeds, Childs' Machinery, 10,.3
  • Cleansing the Serpentine, 174
  • Clock with Steel Belk, 296
  • Clod Crushers, Nicholson's, 137
  • Club, Indian Engineers, 60
  • Clyde, New River Boat for the, 188
  • Coal-burning and Feed-water Heating, 281, 313
  • in Locomotives. 315
  • Coal Duties in Holland, 337
  • Fields, the English, 151
  • Fields of Franco, 333
  • Fields, Probable Duration of our, 147
  • Formation, Our, 17
  • Gas and Combustion, 77
  • OH Apparatus, Willard's, 152
  • Produce of Great Britain, 151
  • Supply of, to the Metropolis, 38
  • Trade and Steam Navigation, 410
  • Trade, the Welsh, 333
  • in the United States, 87
  • Coaling Stations, United States Naval, 24
  • Coals, Cinders, and Calm, 284
  • Coast Defences, 334
  • Coating Metals, Morewood's Improvements in, 301
  • Cobden, Mr., and the Suez Canal, 34
  • Cochrane's Dog and Lock Railway Fastenings, 397
  • Coinage, the New Bronze, 142
  • the Copper, 280
  • of Gold at Sydney, 73
  • Coining Machinery, Heaton's, 187
  • Collieries, Accidents in, 276
  • Collision on the Eastern Counties Railway, 11
  • on the River Thames, 72
  • Colonies, Defences of, 317
  • Commercial and Mechanical Ideas, 266
  • Commission, the National Defence, 420
  • Company, Atlantic Royal Mail Steam Navigation, 228, 270
  • City of Dublin Steamship, 379
  • East India Steam Navigation, 351
  • the Galway Steamship, 2G0
  • General Steam Navigation, 73
  • the Intercolonial Steam Packet, 189
  • Interoceanic Railway, 364
  • London General Omnibus, 230
  • a New Oriental Steam, 370
  • Peninsular and Oriental, 380
  • Companies, Rival Telegraph, 17
  • Compass, the, 73
  • Compasses, Mode of Building Iron Ships and the ultimate Correction of their, 198
  • Compensation to Injured Travellers, 10C)
  • Concussion of Water in Pipes, 314
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 107
  • Surface, 10, 22, 58, 74, 78, 90
  • Condensers, Surface, Joule's, 253
  • Condensing Steam, Thorold’s Apparatus, 351
  • Water of Steam Engines, 122
  • Conductivity. Electrical, 102
  • Conductors, Electric, Improvements in Proving, 105
  • Electric Telegraph. 369
  • Telegraphic, and Batteries, Siemens', 384
  • Connaught, Accident to, 421
  • Conservatory, Kensington New Iron, 898
  • Constantinople, Improvements in, 35
  • Consumption of Smoke by Steam Tugs, 403
  • Contractors, English and Foreign, 314
  • Contracts. Foreign and Homo. 318
  • Metropolitan Board of Works and their, 35
  • Contractors in Naples, English. 127
  • Converted Steam Vessels, 132
  • Copper in Canada, 316
  • Coinage, the. 280
  • Smelting, 184
  • Coppin's Apparatus for Raising Sunken Vessels, 72
  • Corlett's Permanent Way, 253
  • Coroners' Inquests upon Railway Accidents, 206
  • Correlation of Forces, 221
  • Corvette, American Steam, 278
  • Barrosa Steam, 151
  • Cotton, 197
  • Substitution for, 259
  • Supply, 321
  • Trade, 95
  • Cultivating and Ploughing, Steam, 415
  • Cultivation, Steam, 54, 275
  • Pay ? Will Steam, 418
  • a Wiltshire Lecture on Steam, 182
  • Cultivator, the Worlston, 14
  • Cunard Reckoning, a, 294
  • Culture in Oxfordshire, Steam, 214
  • Requirements fur Steam, 280
  • Currents, Oceanic and Aerial, 365
  • Cutler's Machine for Making Horse-shoes, 76
  • Cutting Staves for Casks, Hadfield's Machinery for, 418
  • Cranes, Irlam's, 817
  • Crimean Services of the Royal Engineers, 164
  • Crystal Palace, the, 62
  • Cyanogen Steel, 286, 303, 313
  • Cylinders, Wrought-iron Hooped, 220
  • Danube, the Mouths of the, 243
  • Navigation of the, 331
  • Dawes and Cares Atmospheric Hammers, 156
  • Death from the Escape of Gas, 55
  • De Bergue's Punching and Shearing Machine, 60
  • Decay and Preservation of Building Materials, 377
  • Defence of the Channel Islands, 220, 246
  • Commission, the National, 420
  • of London, 355, 366, 401
  • of the Thames, 162
  • of the United Kingdom, 383
  • Defences, Coast, 334
  • of the Colonies, 317
  • Rifled Cannon and our, 395
  • Deodorisation of Sewage, 116
  • Deodoriser. Perchloride of Iron as a, 221
  • Deposits, Boiler, 416
  • Deptford Sewage Pumping Engines, 119
  • Diamonds, Royal Institute of Great Britain, 329
  • Usefulness of, 143
  • Dillon's Pleonometer, 396
  • Dinner of the Society of Arts at St. James's Hall, 411
  • Divers meet with under Water, What, 50
  • Diving Apparatus, 331
  • Docks on the Adriatic, New, 841
  • Falmouth, 152, 185
  • Floating, 232
  • Dockyard, Chatham, 102
  • Economy, 7
  • Dodd's Portable Apparatus for the Use of Smiths, Carpenters, ttr.c„ 316
  • Donkin's Slide Valves, 168, 191
  • Dough-kneading Machinery, 385, 401
  • Drainage, Engineering and Town, 61
  • of the Marshes of the Gironde, 303
  • and Outfalls, Arterial, 117, 133
  • of Rio de Janeiro, 29
  • the Southern Main, 251
  • Drawing Rollers, Hadwen's, 235
  • Dredging land Excavating Machine, Saltonstall and Bush's, 21
  • Dredging Machinery, Pottinger's, 136
  • Drilling and Boring Machinery, Beyer's, 332
  • Drills, Agricultural, Bruce's, 21
  • Drivers and Firemen. Engine, 416
  • Driving Motion for Foot Lathes, Muir's, 187
  • Drury's, R. F. and E., Vices, 219
  • Drying Malt, Goff and Cr.'s Method of, 234
  • Dunn's Endless Chain Pumps and Propellers. 172
  • Dyeing of Fabrics. History of Invention as applied to the Printing and, 170, 217
  • Eagleton's Annealing Furnaces, 333
  • Early Closing Movement, 235
  • Earthquake at Naples, 303
  • Eastern Counties Railway, Accident on, 228
  • Fearful Collision on, 11
  • East India Steam Navigation Company, 351 Eclipse of the Sun, 134
  • Economy in Marine Engines, 321

EDINBURGH SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :—

  • Address delivered by the President, 225
  • Boilers and Boiler Explosions. By Mr. R. Davis, 185
  • First Meeting of the Society, 132
  • Preliminary Meeting, 95
  • Waterworks. By Mr. J. P. Thornton, 155
  • Education, Engineering, 289
  • Elder's Steam Engines, 333
  • Electric Conductors, Improvements in Proving, 105
  • Light, the, 231
  • Light, applied to Surgery, 100
  • Pile, a New, 18
  • Telegraph Conductors, 369
  • Telegraph Marvels. 136
  • Electrical Conductivity, 102
  • Machine, New, 198
  • Electricity, Now Application of, 185
  • Electrolytes in the Voltaic Circuit, Movement of Liquid Metals and, 362, 378
  • Elliott's Lubricators for Steam Engines, 285
  • Ellison’s Water-colour Collection of Paintings, 330
  • Embankment of the Thames, 321
  • Embroidery, S. and J. Wood and Billington's Machines for. 20
  • Emeralds, Metal from, 819
  • Emigration to New Zealand, 56
  • Employment, Engineering, 273
  • Endless Chain Pumps and Propellers, Dunn's, 172
  • Engine drivers and Firemen, 416
  • French Goods Locomotive, 804
  • Proportions and Details, Marine, 239
  • Runaway Railway, 231
  • Swiss Steamboat, 104
  • Traction, 185
  • Traction, Guy's, 88
  • Engines, Carding, Bennett's, 24
  • Condensing, Jackson's, 256
  • High-pressure, 40, 74, 121, 154, 236, 259, 287
  • Horse-power of, 401
  • Hot air, 93
  • Hot air, Pascal's, 38 Hydraulic,
  • Knowelden and Edwards', 120 Locomotive, 109, 241, 271, 303
  • Locomotive, Aveling's, 268
  • Locomotive, Gregory's, 201
  • Marine, Economy in, 321
  • Marine, Humphry's, 73
  • Marino, Improved, 228
  • Marine, for the Navy, 305, 818
  • Marine, Prices of American, 17
  • Norris's Philadelphia, in England, 238
  • Pumping, the Deptford Sewage, 119
  • of the Rattler, 120
  • Rowan's, the Thetis, 127
  • Steam, 43
  • Steam, Batchelor's, 200
  • Engines, Steam, on Common Roads, 804
  • Steam, Elder's, 333
  • Steam Expansive, 94
  • Steam Fire, 10, 16
  • Steam Fire, American, 186
  • Steam-power of, 319
  • Steam, Turner's, 7
  • Traction, 165
  • Traction, Blackburn's, 2t Traction, in Cities. 157
  • Traction, for Common Roads, 155
  • Water-pressure, Friction of, 143
  • Engineering in America, Counting room, 135
  • Boiler, 46
  • Education, 289
  • Employment, 273
  • and Engineering Associations, 26
  • Military, 251
  • Modern, 93, 109
  • Naval, 36
  • Parliamentary, 173
  • Societies, 6
  • and Town Drainage, 61
  • Engineers, Civil, in India, 116
  • Club, Indian, 60
  • Frauds on, 86
  • Japanese, and Japanese Steamer, 266
  • Naval, 12, 25, 29, 57, 76, 119, 155, 168, 185, 217, 274, 286
  • and Ordnance, 191
  • Political, 238
  • and their Risks, 228
  • Royal, Crimean Services of. 164
  • and Stokers in the Navy, 95
  • English and French Movements, 351
  • those, 55
  • Equatorial Telescope at Greenwich, 397
  • Estimates, Civil Service, 404
  • Excavating and Dredging Machine, 21
  • in Water. 346
  • Exhibition of 1862, 140, 337, 352, 356
  • French Agricultural, 37
  • Expansive Steam Engines, 04
  • Experiments on Iron Armour, 420
  • Explosion, Boiler, 172, 201, 228, 267, 274, 330, 336, 840, 403
  • Fearful Boiler, 30
  • the Higham Colliery, 141
  • Explosions, Association for the Prevention of Boiler, 151
  • Boiler, 196, 337, 351, 852, 413, 416
  • Boilers and Boiler, 185
  • Singular Cause of Gas, 326
  • Explosive Substances, New, 116
  • Exports of Locomotives and Machinery, 233
  • Express across the American Continent. 155
  • Evans' Winding Apparatus, 5
  • Factories, Reports of Inspectors of, 85, 116
  • Woolwich Gun, 303
  • Falmouth, 276
  • Falmouth Docks, 152, 185
  • Fairbairn, W., Esq., LL.D., F.R.S., 340
  • and Tate, Glass Experiments, 2, 18, 54, 70, 86
  • Fairbairn’s Machinery for Finishing the Tooth of Gearing, 288
  • Faro-box for the Prevention of Fraud by Conductors, 137
  • Farringdon-street Railway Terminus, 3
  • Fastenings, Belt. 315
  • Cochrane's Dog and Lock Railway, 397
  • Railway, Ordish's, 380
  • Railway Tyre, Kirkpatrick's, 316
  • Screw. for Ships, 24
  • Feed-water Heater, Lamb's, 285
  • Heating, and Coal-burning, 281, 313
  • Fenwick’s Street Gutters, 396
  • Fernihough’s Pistons. Plungers, and Buckets, 285
  • Field's Superheating Apparatus, 222
  • Finishing the Teeth of Gearing, Fairbairn's Machinery, 288
  • Fire-arms, 417
  • and Ammunition, Whitworth's, 218
  • Breech-loading, Gwyn's, 73
  • Breech-loading, Wilson's, 20
  • Revolving, Spratt's, 222
  • Fire-bars, Jackson's, 120
  • Fires in the United States, 89
  • Fish, Gold. 20
  • Floating Batteries, 168
  • Docks, 232
  • Harbours of Refuge, 132
  • Flotilla, Indus Steam, 336
  • Floral Hall, Covent Garden, 132
  • Forces, the Correlation of, 221
  • Foreign and Colonial Jottings. 3, 30, 42, 60. 78. 100, 116, 124, 134, 155. 176, 192, 200, 225, 248, 264, 269, 287, 800, 3,4, 830, 850, 861, 379, 404, 414
  • Forging Department, Britannia Works, 884
  • Foot-lathes, Driving Motion for, Muir's, 187
  • Foundations, 85
  • Foundry, the Low Moor, 403
  • Fowler, Burton, Greig, and Co.'s Steam Plough's, 204
  • France. Coal Fields of, 333
  • English Shipwrights employed in, 871
  • English Workmen in, 273
  • our Trade with, 18
  • Oysters for, 266
  • Public Improvements in, 68
  • Railway Signals in, 12
  • Soil and Aviculture of, 426
  • Telegraph to, 49
  • Frauds on Engineers, 86
  • Freight Circular, 14
  • French Academy of Sciences, 246
  • Agricultural Exhibition, 2, 37, 404
  • and English Iron, 410
  • and English Movements, 351
  • and English Postal Steamers, 364
  • Goods Locomotive, 804
  • Ideas of Artillery, 276
  • Industry, 104
  • Iron Trade. 34
  • Mail, Acceleration of, 175, 212, 266
  • Naval Operations, 317
  • Navy, 896
  • Operations in Central America, 29
  • Policy, the New, 43
  • Railway Traffic, SO &cowers on the Danube, 60
  • Treaty, the Iron Trade and, 410
  • Woollen Manufacture, 99
  • Frigate Warrior, the Iron-eased, 69
  • Frigates, Stool-plated, 73
  • Friction of Water-pressure Engines, 148
  • Frictional Grenades, 398
  • Frost in the Arctic Regions, 2
  • Fuel. Economy of, 141. 167
  • in Steamships. Means for Economising, 241
  • Funeral of Sir Charles Barry, 831
  • Furling Sails, a New Invention for, 68
  • Furnaces, Blast, 341
  • Eagleton’s Annealing, 833
  • Supply of Air to, 56
  • Gallery of Art in Manchester. Proposed, 94
  • Galway Line of Steamers, 370
  • Steamship Company, 200
  • Gangways and Step Ladders, Page and Lungley’s, 317
  • Gas Companies, 139
  • Death from the Escape of, 55
  • Explosion of, 344
  • Explosions, Singular Cause of, 326
  • holders, 42
  • Leakage, Effects of, 340, 351, 854
  • for Lighting, Artificial, 188
  • Lighting, Early, 403
  • for Lighting, New, 205
  • Meter, MI Improved, 70
  • Meters and Pressure Gauges, 411
  • in Now Zealand, 222, 257
  • Gates, Opening and Shutting Railway, Vickers' Apparatus, 397
  • Gauge, Allan's Steam and Water Pressure, 832
  • of Railways, 808
  • Gauges, Pressure, Gas Meters and, 411
  • Gauges. Steam-vessels for the, 252
  • Gearing, Machinery for Finishing the Tooth of, 288
  • Generators, Scott's, 336
  • Gibraltar, Submarine Telegraph to, 232
  • Giffard's injector for Feeding Boilers, 70, 283
  • Gilmer’s Type-setting and Distributing Apparatus, 380
  • Gimlet-pointed Screws, 282
  • Giraffe, the, 823
  • Glaciers in Great Britain and Ireland, Vestiges of Extinct, 118, 185
  • Glasgow, Colossal Chimney at, 138
  • Glass Globes, Resistance of, to Pressure, 2, 18, 54, 70, 86
  • Goff. Davis, and Strongman's Method of Drying Malt, 284
  • Gold, Australia, 105
  • Fine Diffusion of, 892
  • Fish, 20
  • Governors, Hartley's, 153
  • Gower-street School for Female Students, 4
  • Grain and Seeds, Childs' Machinery for Cleaning, 168
  • Graveley's Sea-water Apparatus, 4
  • Graving Dock, Thames, 840
  • Gravity, a Problem in, 205
  • Great Britain, the, 228
  • Eastern, 25, 95, 183, 203, 218, 232, 268, 283, 299, 828, 344, 365, 376, 417
  • Eastern, Mr. Scott Russell and the, 29
  • Eastern, Trial Trip of the, 879
  • Northern Accident, 305, 398, 885
  • Northern Railway, Acceleration of Speed on the, 218
  • Ship Company, 37
  • Grooves' Permanent-way, 365
  • Greek Steam Navigation Company, 165
  • Green's Mowing Machines, 57
  • Greenwich Royal Observatory, 374
  • Greenwood and Batley's Lathes, 414
  • Gregory's Locomotive Engines, 201
  • Permanent-way,
  • Grice's Salinomotor Cases, 153
  • Griffiths' Screw-propeller, 29, 69
  • Gun Factories, Woolwich. 303 —
  • Question Fluidly Settled, the, 866, 898
  • Another New, 5, 118
  • Test of the Armstrong, 317
  • Trial with Whitworth s, 349, 301
  • the Whitworth, 225
  • Department at Woolwich, 50
  • Guns, 340
  • Rifled, 403
  • Gunboat, Now, 237
  • Gunboats, 270, 290, 319, 415
  • Government, 271
  • Manoeuvring, 382
  • and Mortar Vessels, 320
  • the Rotten, 337
  • Gutta-Percha, Dr. Cattell's, 58
  • Gutters, Street, Fenwick’s, 396
  • Gwyn's Breech-loading Fire-arms, 73
  • Guy's Traction Engine, 88
  • Hackworth's Valve Gear, 368
  • Hadfield's Machinery for Cutting Staves for Casks, 418
  • Hadwen's Drawing Rollers, 235
  • Hammers, Atmospheric, Dawes and Carr's, 156
  • Steam, Barclays, 88
  • Steam, Robinson's, 284
  • Steam, Schwartzkopff and Co.'s, 124
  • Hancock's Pulveriser and Hornsby's Plough, $64
  • Harbour, Portpatrick, 203
  • Harbours of Refuge, 275
  • of Refuge, Floating, 132
  • Harfield's Capstans, 152
  • Harman's Steam Boilers, 235
  • Harrison, the late Captain, 55
  • Harrows. Smith and &Abby's, 219
  • Hartley's Governors, 153
  • Heat, Curious Production of Intense, 351
  • Latent, 196
  • Mechanical Theory of, 363
  • Heater, Food-water, Lamb's, 285
  • Heating Apparatus, 346
  • Heaton 's Coining Machinery, 187
  • Heckling Machinery, Westly's, 219
  • Henley's Machinery for the Manufacture of Ropes and
  • Cables, 201
  • Helen Coran, Voyage of the, 138
  • Hewitt's Rolling Mill, 108
  • High Pressure Steam Engines. 259
  • Pressure Steam, 107, 270, 318, 257
  • Speeds, 289
  • Higham Colliery Explosion, 141
  • Hints, Handy, 196
  • Hodgson's Improvements in Building Ships, 350
  • Hoists, Jackson and Thorley's, 200
  • Holland, Coal Duties in, 337
  • Hollingworth's Paper. making Machinery, 108
  • Hollow Walls, 29
  • Homogeneous Metal for Shipbuilding, 43, 141
  • Horse Power of Belts, 188
  • Power of Boilers, 401
  • Power of Engines, 401
  • Railways in Liverpool, 174
  • Shoes, Cutler's Machinery for Making, 76
  • Horton's Water-gauge, 169
  • Hot Air Engines, 93
  • Blast Stoves. 283
  • House Moving, 885
  • Houses of Parliament, Now, 397
  • of Parliament, Stone of, 420
  • Huddersfield Steam Boiler Association, 71, 72, 411, 349, 143, 218, 276
  • Humphry's Marine Steam Engines, 78
  • Hungarian. Wreck of, 151, 272
  • Hungerford Bridge, 344
  • Hunter's Steam Plough, 350
  • Hyde Park, Proposed Road through, 823
  • Hydrostatics mud Hydraulics, 54
  • Hythe, Rifle Trials at, 284
  • India, China, and Australian Mails to, 52
  • Civil Engineers in, 116
  • Poisonous Winds of, 253
  • Prospects of the Iron Manufacture in, 871
  • Public Works in, :32

Indian and Australian Telegraph, 14

  • Engineers' Club, 60
  • Patents, 214. 223
  • Railroad Statistics, 49
  • Railways, 355, 360
  • Railways, Ins. C.E., 313. 830
  • River Vessel at Sea, Behaviour of, 418
  • Rivers, Steam Trains on, 137, 253
  • Rivers, Steam Tug for, 189
  • Indus Steam Flotilla, 330
  • Injectors, Gifford's, for Feeding Boilers, 70, 283
  • Inspection and Regulation of Mines, 192
  • Instinct of Appetite, 315

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

  • Account of the Works recently Constructed upon the River Severn, by Mr. E. Leader Williams, M.I.C.E., 265
  • Address from the President, G. P. Bidder, Esq., 35, 53
  • Arterial Drainage and °Walls, by Mr. R. B. Grantham, 117, 133
  • Breakwaters, by Mr. Michael Scott, M.T.C.E., 377
  • Coal Burning and Feed-water Heating, by Mr. D. X Clark, A 1.C.E., 281, 313
  • Combined Steam, by the Hon. Jno. Wethcre4U.S., 197, 281
  • Construction of Artillery and other Vessels to resist Great Internal Pressure, by Mr. J. A. Longridge, 11.1.0.E., 101
  • Description of the Works and Mode of Execution adopted in the Construction of the Lindal Tunnel in the Furness Railway, by Mr. F. C. Stileman, 11.I.C.E.. 69
  • Indian Hallways, by Mr. Jas. J. Berkley, M.I.O.E., 818, 880
  • Means of Communication in the Empire of Brazil, by Mr. E. B. Webb, M. I.C.E., 69
  • Railway Brakes, Efficiency of various kinds of, by Mr. W. Fairbairn, M.I.C. E., 281
  • Works on the Netherton Tunnel Branch of the Birmingham Canal, by Mr. Jas. R. Walker, M.I.C.E., 85

INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS IN SCOTLAND

  • Monthly Meeting, 2.56

INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :

  • Gas Muter, Description of an Improved, by Mr. Alexander Allan, of Perth, 70
  • Giffard’s Injector for Feeding Steam Boilers, by Mr. Jim. Robinson, 70, 288
  • Hot Blast Stoves, by Mr. E. A. Cowper, 283
  • Superheated Steam, Application of, by Mr. Jno. N. Ryder, 70
  • The Thirteenth Annual General Mooting, 70

INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS. 47, 76, 119, 151

  • Chain Cables, by G. W. Lennox, H.q., A.I.N. A., 198
  • Connection between the Moth) of Building Iron Ships and the Ultimate Correction of their Compasses, by G. 11. Airy, Esq., M.A., 198
  • Mathematical Theory of Naval Architecture, Present State of, by the Rev. Jas. Woolley, LL. D., 184, 197
  • Moans and Appliances for Economising Fuel in Steamships, by Robert Murray, Esq., A.I.N.A., 241
  • Strength of Iron Ships, by W. Fairbairn, Esq., F.R.S., 215
  • Tonnage Law, on the Now, by G. Moorsom, Esq., 241
  • Instruments, Apparatus, Supply of, by the Science and Art Departments, 268
  • Inter-oceanic Railway Company, 861
  • Interplanetary Ether, 75, 107, 255
  • Inventors are Treated, How, 315
  • Irish Mail Steamers, 95
  • Irish Matters, 95
  • Irlam's Cranes, 317
  • Iron Armour, Government Experiments on, 4^0
  • Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 15, 32, 50, 611, 82, 99, 115, 181, 147, 163, 181, 197, 213, 229, 247, 262, 279, 295, 311, 327, 845, 358, 374, 391, 409, 424
  • Iron-cased Frigate Warrior, 59

Iron District,

  • the Pittsburg, U.S., 283
  • Fields, Lincolnshire, 77, 109
  • French and English, 410
  • Malleable, Now Process for Making, 259
  • Manufacture of, 87, 220, 257
  • Manufacture in India, Prospects of, 371
  • Market Report, Shaw and Thomson's Scotch, 60
  • Metallurgy, a Discovery in, 188
  • Mountain, the Great American, 124
  • Nails in Ships, Action of, 64
  • Ordnance, 426
  • Passenger Ships in the Tropics, 155
  • Pavement, 344
  • Pavornon's, 169
  • Plated Ships, 255
  • the Quality of, 125
  • Repairing Railroad, 117
  • Sailing Ship, 100
  • Scotch, 18
  • Shipbuilding, 254
  • Ships, Strength of, 118, 139, 318
  • Item by an Old Master, 831
  • Trade, French, 84
  • Trade and French Treaty, 410
  • Trade of Northumberland, Durham, and Cleveland, 52
  • Trade of South Wales, 224
  • Trade, the Welsh, 415
  • of the Victoria Bridge, 80
  • Irrigation of an Australian Farm, 05
  • Italian Railways, 77
  • Jackson and Thorley's Hoists,4200
  • Jackson's Condensing Engines, 256
  • Fire-bars, 120
  • James' Railway Chairs, 57
  • Japanese, the, 154
  • Steamer and Engineers, 266
  • Language, 186
  • Jetties, Wooden, on the River Thames, 117
  • Joint Fastenings, Taylor's, 268
  • Joule's Surface Condensers, 253
  • Jucqueau and Desgoffe's Railway Signals, 320
  • Kensington Gardens. 150
  • Now Inn Conservatory, 398
  • Kow Gardens, 876, 400
  • Keys and Gibs' Mills, Manufacture of, 89
  • Kirkpatrick's Railway Tyro Fastenings, 316
  • Knowelden and Edwards' Hydraulic Engines, 120
  • Knowles and Rigg's Machinery fur Shaping Metals, 820
  • Krupp's Cast-steel Tyros, 154
  • Labour, 370
  • in Victoria, 127
  • Lamb's Feed Water-heater, 285
  • Landrail, the, 217
  • Landslip on the Vienna and Trieste Railway, 21
  • Latent Heat, 196
  • Lathes, Greenwood and Batley’s, 414

Launch

  • of the Cambrian, 278
  • of the Espoir, 49
  • of the Howe, 162
  • of the Leinster Irish Mail Packet, 150
  • of the Orpheus, 414
  • Pacific Mail Company Service, 30
  • of the Prince of Wales, 57
  • of the Syrian, 200
  • Lauth’s Manufacture of Rails, 268

LAW INTELLIGENCE :—

  • Atlantic Cable, Paterson v. Harris, 413
  • Attorney General v. the Great Northern Railway, 413
  • Calvert and Another v. Ashburn, 413
  • Doulton v. Stiff, 314
  • Farrell v. Broughton, 331
  • Griffiths v. Turner, 68
  • Hancock v. Bewley, 63
  • Harwood and Others, v. the Great Northern Railway Company, 37, 304
  • Macnee v. Nimmo, 64
  • Meadows v. Kirkman, 63
  • Patent Typo Founding Company (Limited) v. Lloyd, 87
  • v. Walter, 37
  • Pick ford v. the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 87
  • Re Thomas Jackson, 176
  • Tronson v. Potter and Others, 63
  • Tuck v. Silver, 37
  • Walton v. Lavater, 37

LEADING ARTICLES:—

  • Adulteration of Food and Drink, 290
  • Aids to Science and Teaching, 274
  • American Passenger Steamships, 28
  • Anomalies of Permanent Way, 239
  • Application of Sewage to Laud, 77
  • Board of Admiralty, the, 880
  • Boiler Engineering, 46
  • Bronze Coinage, the Now, 142
  • Budget, the, 126
  • Chain Cables, 240
  • and Shipwrecks, 27
  • Chair-joints for Ita114, without Bolts or Fishes, 207
  • Cleansing the Serpentine, 174
  • Construction of Cannon, 385
  • Coroners' Inquests upon Hallway Accidents, 206
  • Cotton Supply. 821
  • Crystal Palace, the, 62
  • Defence of Loudon, 355
  • of Woolwich and London, 401
  • Economy in Marine Engines, 821
  • Electric Telegraph Conductors, 869
  • Embankment of the Thames, 821
  • Engineering Education, 289
  • Employment, 273
  • and Engineering Associations, 26
  • and Town Drainage, 61
  • Engineers and Ordnance, 191
  • English Machinery and Manufactures Abroad, 305
  • Exhibition of 1862. 837
  • Expansive Steam Engines, 94
  • Exports of Locomotives and Machinery, 223
  • Full-powered Screw Steamships, 45
  • Gauge of Railways, 306
  • Government Experiments on Iron Armour, 420
  • Great Eastern, The, 25
  • Great Northern Railway Accident, 885
  • Higham Colliery Explosion, 141
  • High-premium Steam and Superheating, 257
  • High Speeds, 289
  • Hot-air Engines, 93
  • Indian Railways, 355, 369
  • Italian Railways, 77
  • Labour. 370
  • Large River Steamboats, 109
  • Lime Light, the, 78
  • Locomotive Engines, 109
  • Manchester Railway Stations, 127
  • Manufacture of Iron, 267
  • Marino Engine Proportions and Details, 289
  • Engines for the Navy, 805
  • Meteorological Progress, 870
  • Mode of Building in America, 79
  • Modern Engineering, 98
  • Now French Policy. 48
  • Omnibus Railways and Traction Engines in Cities, 157
  • Ordnance Survey, 240
  • Overland Route, the, 43
  • Parliamentary Engineering, 173
  • Patent Law, Permanent-way Company v. Great Northern Railway Company, 805
  • Laws, the, 44, 61
  • Progress of Steam Navigation, 9
  • Proposed Gallery of Art in Manchester, 94
  • Quality of Iron, 125
  • Railway Accidents, 158, 273
  • Brakes, 402
  • Bridges, 167, 191
  • Signals, North London Railway, 28
  • Train Signals, 9
  • Rate of Wages, 27
  • Regulation and Inspection of Mines, 192
  • Road-making, 173
  • Rotten Gunboats, the, 337
  • Royal Academy, the, 224
  • Selene° and War, 855
  • Sowing-machine in America, 61
  • Smoke Nuisance on the River Thames, 419
  • Steam 419
  • Fire Engines, 10
  • Plough, 44
  • Steamship Improvement, 205
  • Stephenson Memorial, the, 126
  • Stone of the Houses of Parliament. 420
  • Street Railways, 273
  • Suez Canal. 78
  • Surface Condensation, 10, 78
  • System of Riveting, 402
  • Thames Bridges, thy, 338
  • Typo-printing Telegraph, the, 223
  • Westminster Bell, 11
  • Whitworth Cannon, 125
  • Rifle, the, 25
  • Why do Wheel-tyres Break on Railways? 141
  • Winan’s Steamer, 110
  • Workmen, Progress amongst, 110
  • Load Plates, Manufacture of, 125, 141
  • Leather Cloth, 232
  • Lends Town-hall, the Victoria Boll at the, 38
  • Waterworks, Extension of, 296
  • Leinster, the, 192
  • Launch of the Irish Mail Packet, 151
  • Lengthening of the Arethusa, 376

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Aluminum, J. Noton, 41
  • Anchors, R. R. T., 401
  • Boll Founding, It. Howson, 39
  • Bentall's Screw Presses, E. I. A., 321
  • A. B. Ex., 821
  • J. J. C., 337
  • P. J. L., 821
  • Boiler Explosions, W. S. M., 852
  • Jno. Rhodes, 337
  • Boiler Flues, Richard toy, 239
  • Bridging the Mersey, Wallis It. 0oulty, 109
  • Brunel. Mr., tile Great Western and Great Britain, Christopher Claxton, Capt., R. N., 22
  • Caloric Effects of Voltaic Action, Wm. Steevenson, 139
  • Catte11's, Dr., Purified Gutta-percha, Thos. Cattell, M.D., 58
  • Channel Islands Telegraph, W. H. Preece, 22
  • Chemical Laboratory, F. Versmann, F.C.S., J. Oppenheim, Ph. D., 9
  • Chilian and Peruvian Railways, W. W. Evans, 53
  • Coal Duties in Holland, J. N., 337
  • Gas Combustion, Inquirer, 77
  • Coast Defences. T. W. Clare. C.E., 831
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinders, It. V. J. Knight, 107
  • Condensing Water of Steam Engines, Jas. Cunningham, 122
  • Construction of Cannon, Alfred Longsdon, 398
  • Robt. Mushet, 398, 416
  • Cornish Boilers, X. Y. and Z., 6
  • Cyanogen Stool, Robert Mushet, 286, 318
  • Steel, W. X. Y., 303
  • Defence of Loudon, C. B., 366
  • Dockyard Economy, Fred. Braithwaite, 7
  • Donkin's Slide Valves, R. Bodmer, 191
  • G. H., 191
  • Lancashire, 101
  • Dough Kneading Machinery, W. O., 835
  • E. Stevens, 419
  • Win. Turner, 401
  • Eastern Counties Accident, Charles May, 289
  • E. B. IVeb1), 239
  • Economy of Fuel, R. C. M., 157
  • M. Morgan, 167 O. W. T., 141
  • Electric Batteries, Interrogator, 26
  • Engine-drivers and Firemen, A Lover of Truth, 416
  • Engineering Societies. L. W. P. It., 6
  • English Workmen in France. James Skinner, 273
  • Experiments in Testing Anchors, E. Wittig, 273
  • Fire-arms, E. W. Young, 417
  • Foreign and Home Contracts, Contractor, 318
  • Frictional Grenades, J. Norton, 898
  • Gas in Now Zealand, George Bower, 257
  • Great Northern Accident, An Engineer, 398
  • Gun Question finally Settled, Robt. Mushet, 866
  • Height of Chimneys, C. Wye Williams, 223
  • High pressure Boilers, W. 1'., 273
  • Engines, V. P., 40, 74, 121, 154, MA 287
  • Ste.im, T. M., 107
  • Stow), T. S., 270
  • Steam and Salt Water, F. W. Turner, 318
  • Homogeneous Metal for Shipbuilding, Shortridge, Howell, and Co., 43
  • House Moving, A. W., 385
  • Indian Patents, Charles Pope Wiltshire, 223
  • Interplanetary Ether, the, K. 75, 255
  • Wm. Steevenson, 107
  • Iron Metallurgy, a Discovery in. Robt. Mushet, 188
  • Shipbuilding, Richard Roberts. O. E., 261
  • Krupp's Cast-steel Tyres, Alfred Longsdon, 161
  • Load-coated Plates, M. A. Gage, jun., 141
  • Load Plates, Manufacture of, Plumbum, 125
  • Lincolnshire Iron Fields, B. Thompson, 100
  • Locomotives in Canada, IC. M., 173
  • Magnetic Variation, Wm. Steevenson, 23
  • Manoeuvring Gunboats, A. Stewart Harrison, 382
  • Manufacture of iron, Robt. Mushet, 220
  • Marine Engines for the Navy. R. Armstrong, 818
  • Railways, H. McCormack, 7
  • Telegraphy, H., 139, 164, 171
  • Mechanical Movement, H. Masters, 239
  • Melting Steel, "Vindex," 109
  • Mine Pumps, O. II. L., 173
  • Modern Engineering, Owen Rowland. 109
  • Momentum of Moving Bodies, A. Alexander, M.A., 171, 254, 919
  • Thomas Baldwin, 334, 367,398
  • Cineticus, 331
  • V. P., 802, 334, 366
  • It. W., 154, 220, 287, 318, 852, 882, 417
  • Moon's Rotation, the, Om Spencer, 25
  • Naval Engineers, the, O., 286
  • Now Gas for Lighting. Geo. Bower, 205
  • Norton's Cartridges, J. Norton, 867
  • Ordish's Patent Rigid Suspension Bridge, R. M. Ordish, 237
  • Patent Law, the, A Patent Agent, 90
  • Lawn. Charles Cowper. 58, 74
  • Laws and Patent Agents, B. P. H. Vaughan, 58, 74
  • Physics, a Question in, Desmond G. Fitz Gerald. 171
  • Pinel's Magnetic Water Gauge, Fred. Churton, 805
  • Plates at the Paris Exhibition of 1855, O. Bailey, Toms, and Co., 270
  • Power of Belts, A. Alexander, 220, 254
  • A. B. Ex., 220
  • "Practical Draughtsman," J. W. R., 25
  • Preservation of Life from Shipwreck, W. D. Di. M., 237
  • Problem in Gravity, a, W. 11., 205
  • Projectiles, John Macintosh, 855
  • Proportions of Boilers, Charles Cowper, 59
  • of Steamboats. Inquirer, 43
  • Propulsion, a Now Mode of, A. N. F., 173
  • Puddled-steel for Ship Building, H. L. Thompson, 141
  • Punching Machinery, A. Alexander. 302
  • Railway Bridges, A. Alexander, M.A., 170, 201, 236
  • James Barton, 188
  • Punch, 236
  • Viator, 201, 286
  • A. W., 202
  • E. I. W., 202
  • Railway Carriages, Annual Ticket Holder for nearly Four Years. 382
  • Railway Train Si halts, A Practical Man, 23, 43
  • Rating Machinery* A. C., 289
  • George Bower, 305
  • Rigid Suspension Bridges, T. S. Chellingworth. C. E., 202
  • Russian Manufactures, F. G., 334
  • Rutter's Permanent Way, a Patent Agent, 205
  • Safety-valve for Steam Boilers, J. P.. 107
  • Scientific Reports of Patent Canes. William Spence, 7, 41, 90, 139, 203, 25i. 802, 335, 410
  • Screw Propulsion, 13., 107
  • P. J. Thompson, 7
  • Screw Tug, Little Lucy, Edward Wilson, 367
  • Smoke Prevention, " Isle of Man," 205, 287
  • Stability of Floating Bodies, Y., 202
  • Steam Boiler Explosions, J. W. Clare, C.E, 416
  • Boiler Deposits. William Hunt, 416
  • Cylinder Caning and the Action of Steam while Expanding, J. B., 100, 122
  • Engines. Inquirer, 43
  • Hammers, Justitia, 93
  • Tugs, V. P.. 417
  • Steamship Economy, George W. Jaffrey. 302
  • Propulsion, au Old Subscriber. 7;
  • Steel Melting, Forest of Dean, Robert Mushet, 93, 125
  • Stokers and Stoking, John Grantham, 236
  • Stopping Trains, an Engine Driver, 382
  • Street Paving. G. W. M., 125
  • Strength of Iron Ships, A Constant Reader, 139
  • It. Mills, 318
  • Strength of Lattice and Tube Bridges. J:111108 Barton 188
  • Submarine Cables, Frederick Braithwaite, 417
  • J. Macintosh, 41
  • W. 11. Preece, 74
  • Submarine Telegraph, L. Walter Courtenay, 125
  • Telegraphy, Septimus Beardmore, 0
  • W. J. Henley, 6, 59
  • "Insulator," 6
  • K, 41
  • J. Macintosh, 28, 69
  • Benjamin Nickels, 28
  • S. Owen. 6, 22, 25, 40
  • W. P. Piggott, 6, 40
  • Thomas Radcliffe, 23, 41
  • Superheating Steam, John Downie, 419
  • Alexander B. Mo buckle, Engineer, R.N., 385
  • George Thomas, 273
  • Superheating Apparatus. George Haselden, 77
  • Surface Condensation, John Scott, Yst., 74
  • J. Frederick Spencer, 22, 58, ('0
  • and Superheated Steam, F. W. Turner, 74
  • Telegraph to America, H. K., 382
  • Cable Company, Montague, Leverson, and Hawley, 205
  • Titanic Iron, Power of Belts, A. Alexander, 202
  • Land, E. Morshead, 205
  • Trade and Manufactures in Russia, F. G., 286
  • True and Magnetic Meridian. J. Bowing, 9
  • Uninsulated Telegraph Cable, W. P. Piggott, 419
  • Watkin's Pugh's Lubricating Wheels, W. Oatey, 191
  • Whitworth Rifle Cannon, J. Norton, 141
  • Works upon the River Severn, E. Loader Williams, 289
  • Wrought-iron Hooped Cylinders. P. R. Jackson, 220
  • Lezaire and Pauwel's Permanent Way, 242
  • Lifeboat Institution, National, 365
  • Lifeboat Services, 63
  • Liebig, Baron, 13
  • Light, the Limo, 78
  • (Lime) on Westminster Bridge, 288
  • Magnesian, 332
  • Lighthouse in the Bahamas, 316
  • Illuminations, 231
  • Lighthouses, Estimating the Distances of, 36
  • Lightship, Floating, 36
  • Lime, 316
  • Lime Light the, 78
  • Westminster Bridge, 288
  • Lincolnshire Iron Fields, 77, 109
  • Lindal Tunnel on the Furness Railway, 69

LITERATURE

  • American Securities. &o., by an Anglo-American. 322
  • Carpenter and Joiner's Assistant, dm., 402
  • Causation and Prevention of Disease, by John Parkin, M.D., 274
  • Copy of Minutes and Regulations of the Committee of Council on Education. 807
  • Curiosities of Science, by John Timbs, F.S. A., 403
  • Future, the, a Monthly Journal, 290
  • One Consumer's Manual, &o., by T. L. Marriott, 307
  • Handbook of the Mechanical Arts, &o., by Robert Scott Burn, 338
  • Inventory of the British Water Colour Paintings in the Fine Arts Collection at South Kensington, by R. Redgrave, Esq., It. A., 306
  • Lectures on the History of England, by William Longman, 274
  • Manual of Naval Tactics, *to.. by James II. Ward, 274
  • Memoranda of the Strength of Materials used in Engineering Construction, compiled by J. K. Whildin, C.E., 371
  • Memoir of the Life of Ary Scheffer, by Mrs. Grote, 822
  • Mill on the Floss, the, by George Elliott, 290
  • National Defensive Measures, &c., by Lieutenant-Col. J. P. Kennedy, It. E., 386
  • Practical Treatise on the Construction of the Turbine, or Horizontal Water-wheel, by William Cullen, 839
  • Pyramid, the Great, etc. by John Taylor, 871
  • Seventh Report of the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, 387
  • Stories of Inventors and Discoverers in Science and the Useful Arts, by John Timbs, F.S. A., 258
  • Theory of Compound Interest and Annuities, with Logarithmic Tables, by Fedor Thoman, 290
  • Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines, 322, .102
  • Wilson's Handy Book on the Law of Banking and Law of Partnership, 258
  • Liverpool and Holyhead Telegraph, 75
  • Liverpool, Horse Railways in, 174

LIVERPOOL POLYTECHNIC SOCIETY :—

  • Navigation by Water-power, Mr. G. J., Newcomb, 167
  • Panama Ship Canal, air. T. R. Arnott, 167
  • Water Supply, 167
  • Lloyd's Cast-stool Tyres, 104
  • Lock, the Marine, 200
  • Locks and Fastenings, 190
  • Locks, Prices. 364
  • Locomotive 13111 in the Holm of Commons, 344
  • Locomotive on the Ice, 1S2
  • Locomotives and American Politics in America, 34
  • in Canada, 173
  • Canadian-built, 155
  • on Common Roads, 412
  • Great, 17
  • Lodging House System, the London, 20
  • London, Defence of, 355 366. 401
  • General Omnibus Company, 230
  • Improvement of. 322
  • Lodging House System, 20
  • Ruins of Roman, 264
  • Londonderry, 315
  • Looms, Broadley's, 140
  • Lou of Ocean Steamers, 186
  • the Steamship Hungarian, 151, 272
  • Low Moor Foundry, 403
  • Lubricating Wheels, 191
  • Lubricators for Steam Engines, Elliott's, 285
  • Ramsbottom's, 333 •
  • Machinery, Exports of, 223
  • and Manufactures Abroad, English, 305
  • Magnesian Light. 532
  • Magnetic Force on the Electric Discharge, Influence of, 101
  • Meridian, True and, 9, 23
  • Phantoms, 169
  • Magneto Electric Machines. Beardslee's, 121
  • Magno-Electricity, Weaving by, 262
  • Mail, Acceleration of the French, 175, 212, 266
  • Line to Brazil, New York Steam, 24
  • Packet John Penn, Trial Trip of the Now Dover, 105, 118
  • Packets, Canadian, 214
  • System, Our, 72
  • Mails, Australian, 341, 353
  • to India, China, and Australia, 52
  • Malleable Iron, Now Process for Making. 259
  • Malt. Goff and Co.'s Method of Drying, 231
  • Mammalia, Cerebral System of Classification of the, 183, 207

MANCHESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY :

  • Arsenic Eating in Styria, by Professor Roscoe, 217
  • Building Stones used in Manchester, by Mr. Binney, 1
  • Chart of the Temperature of the last Winter Mouths. by Mr. H. Bowman, `2,19
  • Compound Compensated Pendulum of Steel and Zinc, by Mr. Lowe, 170
  • Eclipse of the Sun, by W. L. Dickinson, 134
  • Efflux of Air, by 1). J. P. Joule, 249
  • Floating Light-ship, Suggestions for a Now Form of, and a Mode of Estimating the Distances of, Lighthouses, by Mr. Alfred Fryer, 36
  • History of Invention as applied to the Dyeing and Printing of Fabrics, by John Graham, Esq., F.G.S., 170, 217
  • Life nod Writings of the late Henry Buckley, by Mr. T. T. Wilkinson, F.R.A.S., 135
  • Microscopical Section, 135
  • Moon's Orbit Plane, by Mr. Thomas Carrick, 135
  • Observations of the Zodiacal Light, by Mr. Baxendell, F.R.A.S., 170
  • Politico Economical Doctrines respecting the Causes which Regulate the Price of Commodities, by Rev.. W. N. Molesworth. M.A., 118
  • Star on a New Variable, by Mr. Baxendell, F.R.A.S., 36
  • Strength of Iron Ships, 118
  • Theory of Rain, by Mr. Baxendell, F.R.A.S , 249
  • Vestiges of Extinct Glaciers in the Highlands of Great Britain and Ireland, by E. Hull, B.A., 118, 135
  • Manchester, Proposed Gallery of Art in, 04
  • Railway Stations, 1'27
  • Manufactures, Commerce, 4te , of Foreign Countries, 155, 179, 193, 221, 233
  • Russian, 334
  • Marbles of Tuscany and Modena, 348, 301, 387
  • Marine Engine, Economy in, 321
  • Engines for the Navy, 305
  • Engines, Proportions and Details of, 230
  • Railways. 7
  • Telegraphy, 139, 154, 171
  • Markets. Metal and Timber, 16, 34, 62, 68, 84, 100, 116, 132, 148, 164, 182, 198, 214, 230, 248, 264, 280, 296, 812, 328, 346, 360. 376. 392. 410, 420
  • Martin's Anchor, 249. 269
  • Masters and Operatives, 101
  • }1'Cormick's Reaper, 303
  • Mechanical Theory of Heat, 363
  • Mediterranean Telegraph, 193
  • Mentions' Bolt and Rivet Machinery, 104
  • Mersey, Bridging the, 109
  • Proposed Bridge across the, 193
  • Telegraph Cable, 64
  • Metal from Emeralds, 819
  • Metals, Morewood's Improvements in Coating, 801
  • Knowles and Rigg's Machinery for Shaping, S20
  • Liquid, and Electrolytes in the Voltaic Circuit, Movements of, 362, 378
  • Metamorphosis, the Universal, 232
  • Meteorological Progress, 370

Metropolitan Board of Works, 46, 64

  • Board of Works and their Contracts, 35
  • Improvements, 330
  • Improvements, Ways and Means, 364
  • Middleship's Propeller, 5
  • Military Experiments, 417
  • Military Forces, Applications of Science to the Efficiency and Welfare of, 347
  • Mill-fall, American, 133
  • Miller. C.E., the late Jos., 185
  • Mills' Manufacture of Keys and Gibs, 89
  • Mills, Sugar, Robinson's, 269
  • Miner, a Cool Cornish, 233
  • Mineral Treasure of the Andes, 149
  • Mines, Regulation and Inspection of, 192
  • Mining in Cornwall, Copper, 233
  • Enterprise in South America, 49
  • Successful British, 316
  • Successful Colonial, 319
  • Momentum of Moving Bodies, 154, 171, 220, 254, 287, 302, 318. 334. 352. 366, 382, 398, 417
  • Moon, Life on the, 360
  • Moon's Orbit Plane, 135
  • Rotation, the, '25
  • Morewood's Improvements in Coating Metals, 301
  • Mortar-boats, 299
  • Mortar vessels, Gunboats and, 320
  • Motive-power, Now, 185
  • Moulding Hollow Bricks and Tubular Articles, Machinery for, 400
  • Moving Buildings, 356
  • Mowing and Reaping Machines, Burgess', 836, 415
  • Machines, Green's, 57
  • Muir's Driving-motion for Foot-lathes, 187
  • Mushrooms, Poisonous, 414
  • Muswell Hill, the People's Palace, 161
  • Nails in Ships, Action of Iron, 64
  • Naples, English Contractors in, 127
  • Great Earthquake at, 303
  • Nash's Tumbling Hooks for Disengaging Blocks, 120
  • Naturalists, a Fact for, 73
  • Naval Architecture, 209
  • Architecture, Present State of the Mathematical Theory of, 184, 197
  • Engineering, 36
  • Engineers, 29, 57, 76, 110, 155, 168, 135, 217, 274
  • Operations, French, 317
  • Navies of the World, 230
  • Navigation Company, Australian Steam, 60
  • General Steam, 73
  • Greek Steam, 165
  • Navigation, the Coal Trade and Steam, 410
  • of the Danube, 331. Discovery in, 197
  • Improvements in Steam, 19G Rise and Progress of Steam, 9, 11, 53
  • by Water Power. 167
  • Navy, the, 221. 314, 371, 381
  • Engineers and Stokers in the, 95
  • the French, 396
  • Marino Engines for the, 318
  • the Prussian, 212
  • Repairs in the, 231
  • Rifled Cannon for the, 376
  • Netherton Tunnel Branch of the Birmingham Canal, 85
  • Now South Wales, Notes from, 142, 300
  • Railway: Extension, 284
  • Telegraphs in, 168
  • Now York, a Quick Run from San Francisco to, 17
  • Steam B1ail Lino to Brazil, 24
  • Now Zealand, Emigration to, 46
  • Gas in, 222, 257
  • Salvage Operations in, 252
  • Surveys in, 2, 12
  • Newspaper in Tunis, 148
  • Niagara Suspension Bridge, 190, 319
  • Nicholson’s Clod Crushers, 137
  • Nile to the Equator, Journey up the White, 17
  • Nitric Acid, 400
  • Norris's Philadelphia Engines in England, 238
  • Norton's Cartridges, 367
  • Notes and Memoranda, 3, 19. 87, 55, 71, 87, 119, 135, 151, 167, 185, 199, 217. 233, 251, 207, 283, 219
  • Notes from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 15, 33. 51. 67, 83, 100, 115, 131, 148, 163, 181, 197, 213, 229, 247. 263, 279, 295, 311, 327, 345, 359, 375, 391, 409, 425
  • Notices to Correspondents, 9, 25, 43. 61, 77, 93, 109, 125, 141, 157, 173, 191, 205, 2'23, 239, 257, 273, 2S9, 305, 321, 337, 355, 369, 335, 401,419
  • Oak, the Royal, 85
  • Observatory, Royal, Greenwich, 374
  • Oceanic anti Aerial Currents, 365
  • Office-bearers of the Royal Institute of Architects, 323
  • Oil, Crystallised Mineral, 320
  • Sea Elephant. 332
  • Springs, Pennsylvanian, 384
  • Omnibus Railways and Traction Engines in Cities, 157
  • Opening Address, 1
  • of the Now Westminster Bridge, 162
  • and Shutting Railway Oaks, 'Vickers' Apparatus for, 397
  • Ordish's Railway Fastenings, 380
  • Ordnance Cast, Woolwich, 119
  • Engineers and, 191. Iron, 426
  • Rifled 185
  • Rifted Cast iron, 85, 278
  • Rifled, Now, 14
  • Survey, 240
  • Trials, the. 248
  • Whitworth's, 218
  • Orpheus. Launch of the, 414
  • Ovens, Sellers', 42
  • Overland Route, the. 43
  • Oxfordshire, Steam Culture in, 214
  • Oysters for France, 20t
  • Packet for the Trent. New, 274
  • Page and Lungley's Gangways, 317
  • Paintings, the Ellison’s Water-colour Collection of, 330
  • Palace at Muswell 11111, the Peoples, 151
  • at Westminster. the New, 89
  • Panama Ship Canal, 167
  • Paper-making Machinery, Hollingworth's, 108
  • Material of, 265, 278, 304
  • Materials for the Manufacture of, 221
  • a Sheet. of, Four Mites Long, 404
  • Paris, the Catacombs of, 106
  • Enlargement of, 14
  • Health of. 49
  • Internal Management of, 276
  • Parliament, New Houses of, 397
  • Parliamentary Engineering, 173
  • Parsons' Switches and Crossings, 1n3
  • Pascal's Hot-air Engines, 38
  • Passage of the Prince Albert, the late, 57
  • Patent Cases, Scientific Reports of, 7, 41, 90, 139, 203, 254, 302, 335
  • Cases, Trial of, 2J Derrick, the, 14
  • Law, Permanent Way Company v. Great Northern Railway Company, 305

TAWS, 264, 351

  • Laws and Patent Agents, 44, 58, 01, 74, 90
  • Patents, a few Words about, 335
  • Indian, '214, 223
  • in the United States, 176
  • Pattison's Rotatory Pump, 365
  • Pavement, Iron, 169, 344
  • Peat, Employment of in the Useful Arts, 297
  • Petter and Galpin's Punting Presses, 234
  • Pendulum of Steel and Zinc, Compound Compensated, 170
  • Peninsular and Oriental Company, 380
  • Steamship Massilia, 88
  • Penn, John, Trial Trip of the, 105, 118
  • Pennsylvanian Oil Springs. 384
  • Perchloride of Iron as a Deodoriser, 221
  • Permanent Way, 118, 267
  • Company v. the Great Northern Railway Company, 305
  • W. Bridges Adams', 187
  • the Anomalies of, 239
  • Corlett's, 253
  • Greaves', 365
  • Gregory's, 169
  • Lezaire and Pauwel’s, 252
  • Philosopher's Stone, Ingredients of, 403
  • Phosphorescent Cloud, 399
  • Phosphorus, Discovery of, 403
  • Physical Forces, Relation of the Vital to the, 208
  • Physics, a Question in, 171
  • Piers, Piles for, Budden’s, 397
  • Pile, a New Electric, 18
  • Piles for Piers and Jetties, Budden's, 397
  • Pinel's Magnetic Water Gringo, 305
  • Pipes, Bituminised Paper, 262
  • Pistons, Plungers, and Buckets, Fernihough’s, 285
  • Pittsburg, U.S., Iron District, 283
  • Planing, Slotting, and Grooving Machines, 300
  • Plants, Relation between the Abnormal and Normal Formations in, 231
  • Pleonometer, 3!10
  • Plough, Hornsby and Hancock’ Pulveriser, 364
  • the Steam, 44
  • Fowler, Burton, and Co.'s Steam, 204
  • Steam, limiter's, 350
  • Steam, Roberta's, 56
  • Ploughing, Cost of Steam, 156
  • Steam, 252, 415
  • Steam, in Texas, 314
  • Plumbago Company, a Liberal Offer, 71
  • Plungers, Buckets, and Pistons, Fernihough’s, 285
  • Pneumatic Post, 352
  • Policy, the New Frond), 43
  • Polytechnic, the, 155
  • Portable Apparatus for the Use of Smiths, Carpenters, &c., 81d
  • Portpatrick Harbour, 203
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Enlargement of Building Slips in, 19
  • Pottinger's Dredging Machinery, 136
  • Power of Steam Engines, 349
  • Practical Draughtsman, the, 25
  • Preservation and Decay of Building Materials, 377
  • of Life from Shipwreck, 237
  • Presses, Printing, Potter and Galpin's, 234
  • Screw, Bentall's, 300
  • Stewart's, 301
  • Price of Commodities. Causes which regulate the, 118
  • Prices of American Marine Engines, 17
  • Price's Locks, 364
  • Prince' Albert, the late Passage of the, 57
  • Printing and Dyeing of Fabrics, History of Inventions as applied to, 170, 217
  • Machinery, Wilkinson's, 92
  • Now Method of, 69
  • Presses, Putter and Galpin's, 234
  • Telegraph, Thompson's, 190
  • Projectiles, 355
  • for Muzzle-loading Rifled Ordnance, Benson's, 316
  • Propeller the Griffiths Screw, 29, 69
  • Middleship's, 5
  • for Ships, New, 280
  • Dunn's Endless Chain Pumps and, 172
  • Proportions and Details, Marine Engine, 239
  • Propulsion. Now Mode of, 173, 239
  • Screw. 107
  • Steamship, 77
  • Prussian Navy. 212
  • Pulse, Apparatus for Testing the, 283
  • Pulveriser, Hancock and Hornsby's Plough, 364
  • Pump, Rotatory. Pattison's, 365
  • Pumps, Mine, 173
  • and Propellers, Dunn's Endless Chain, 172
  • Pumping Engines, the Deptford Sewage, 110
  • Punching Machinery, 302
  • and Shearing Machine, GO
  • Punctuality of Telegraph Companies, 114
  • Punjaub, Cheap Railway Works in the, 214
  • Quartz Crushing Machinery, Society of Engineers, 36
  • Queenstown, 349

Rails,

  • Lauth's Manufacture of, 268
  • Rolling-mill for, Toronto, 350
  • without Bolts or Fishes, Chair-joints for, 207

Railway

  • across the Channel, 426
  • Bills, 7.5
  • Brakes. 402
  • Carriages, 382
  • Extension, Now South Wales, 284
  • Fastenings, Ordish's, 380
  • Improvements, 84 181atters, 63. 75, 103
  • Projects. 116
  • Proposed across the Andes, 56
  • Scheming, 117
  • Signals, Jucqueau and Desgoffe's, 820
  • Station, Partial Destruction of a, '218
  • Terminus, Proposed, 3
  • Tyro Fastenings, Kirkpatrick's, 316
  • Works in the Punjaub, Cheap, '14

RAILWAY :—

  • Austrian. 886
  • Blackwall, 1
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India, 3,53
  • Buenos Ayres, 158
  • Capo Town, 212
  • Ceylon, 360
  • Grand Trunk. 2, 3
  • Great Indian Peninsula, 19
  • Northern, 103
  • Southern and Western, 127
  • Western, 63. 103
  • Western of Canada, 299
  • Hampstead Junction, 14
  • Honduras, 353
  • Isle of Man. 30
  • La Plata, 225
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, 68
  • and North-Western, 103
  • and South-Western, 103
  • Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, 63
  • Metropolitan Underground, 75
  • North London, 28
  • Staffordshire, 103
  • Norwegian, f.0
  • Ottoman. 12
  • Paraguay, 219
  • Regent's Canal, 12
  • Trinidad, 49
  • Ulster, 63
  • West, London Expansion, 49
  • Railways and Canals, 304
  • through the Metropolis, 339, 353
  • in Spain, Progress of, 71

RAILWAYS :—

  • Algerian and French, 30, 132
  • American, 381
  • Australian, 103
  • Brazilian, 3, 186
  • Chili, 3, 19, 196
  • Chilian and Peruvian, 58
  • City, 64, 114
  • French, 13, 30, 66. 222
  • Horse, 174. 291, 336
  • Indian, 313, 355, 369, 339
  • Italian, 77, 285
  • Omnibus, 167
  • Portuguese, 37, 296
  • Russian, 8
  • Spanish, 30, 186
  • Street, 224, 273
  • Rain, Theory of, 249
  • Raising Sunken Vessels, Coppin's Apparatus, 72
  • Water from au Artesian Won, Machinery for, 249
  • Raleigh, Sir Walter, a Chemist, 379
  • Ramsbottom's Lubricators for Steam Engines, 333
  • Rating Machinery, 289, 805
  • Rata may be Expelled. How, 63
  • Reaper, M’Cormick's, 808
  • Reaping by Machine or Hook, 16
  • and Mowing Machines. Burgess', 336, 415
  • Ree Sea and Indian Telegraph, 108
  • Regent’s Canal, Cost of. 24
  • Repairs in the Navy, 231
  • Report, Shaw and Thomson's, Scotch Iron Market, 80
  • Reports of Inspectors of Factories, 85, 116
  • Ro-rolling Old Railway Bars, 115
  • Restrictions, Commercial in America, 265
  • Revolver, a Now, 316
  • Rifle Association, the National, 291
  • Testing, 270
  • Trials at Hythe, 284
  • The Whitworth, 25, 310
  • Rifled Cannon and our Defences, 395
  • for time Navy, 376
  • Guns, 403
  • Ordnance, 185
  • Rifling Cast-iron Ordnance, 85, 278
  • Rig of Steamers, 102
  • Rio do Janeiro, Drainage of. 29
  • River Steamboats, 109
  • Thames, Collision on the, 72
  • Rivet and Bolt Machinery, Mennons', 104
  • !nutting. System of. 402
  • Rivets 01 Iron Ships, Preservation of, 102
  • Road through Hyde Park, Proposed, 323
  • Making. 173
  • Roberts', F. and A., Steam Plough, 66
  • Robinson's Steam Hammers, 284
  • Sugar Mills, 269
  • Rollers. Drawing, Hadwen's, 235
  • Rolling-mill, Howitt's, 1u8
  • for Rails in Toronto, 350
  • Root-cutter. Samuelson's, 5
  • Ropes and Cables, Henley's Machinery for the Manufacture of, 201
  • Rowan's Engines—The Thetis, 127
  • Superheating Apparatus, 89
  • Royal Academy, the, 224
  • Agricultural Society of England, 296

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY :—

  • Congo. the, by Captain N. B. Bedingfield, 143
  • Journey up the White Nile to the Equator, and Travels in the Interior of Africa in the Years 1857-58, by Mr. J. Petherick, 17
  • Railway, Proposed, across the Andes, from Caldera to Rosario, via Cordova, by William Wheelwright, Esq., F.R.G.S., 56
  • Rocky Mountains and Vancouver Island, by Captain J. Palliser, F.R.G.S., 143
  • South Africa, by C. J. Anderson, 1,1:3
  • Royal Institute of Architects—Office-bearers, 323

ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN :—

  • Acids and Salts, by William Odling, Esq., M.D., 329
  • Cerebral System of Classification of the Mammalia, by Professor Owen, D.C.L. 188, 207
  • Decay and Preservation of Building Materials, by Professor D. T. Muted, M.A., 877
  • Diamonds, by Nevill Story Maskelyne, Esq., 829
  • Influence of Magnetic Force on the Electric Dis-charge. by John Tyndall, Esq., 101
  • Influence of Science on the Art of Calico Printing, by Professor P. Crace Calvert, F.11.8., 165
  • Lighthouse Electric Light, by Professor Faraday, D.C.L., 231
  • Measurement of the Chemical Action of the Solar Rays, by Professor H. E. Roscoe, 215
  • Mineral Treasures of the Andes, by Frederick Field, Esq.. 140
  • Recent Applications of Science in Reference to the Efficiency and Welfare of Military Forces, by F. A. Abel, Esq., 3i7
  • Relation between the Abnormal and Normal Formations in Plants, by Maxwell T. Masters, Esq., 231 Relation of the Vital to the Physical Forces, by William B. Carpenter, M.D., 203
  • Species and Races, and their Origin, by Professor T. H. Huxley, F.R.S., 149

ROYAL SOCIETY :

  • Movements of Liquid Metals and Electrolytes in the Voltaic Circuit, by George Gore, Esq., 362, 873
  • Soiree 156, 275
  • Ruins of Roman London. 284
  • Russell. Mr. Scott. and the Great Eastern, 29
  • Russell's Wheels for Ploughs, 89
  • Russia in the Far East, 73, 120
  • Manufactures, Commerce, and Trades of Foreign Nations, 199
  • Trade and Manufactures in, 286
  • Russian Manufactures. 64, 334
  • Rutter's Permanent Way, 205
  • Safety Valve for Boilers. 107
  • Valve for Steam Boilers, 107
  • Sails, Now Invention for Furling, 68
  • Salinometer Cases for Boilers, Grice's, 153
  • Saltaire, 72
  • Saltonstall and Bush's Dredging and Excavating Machine, 21
  • Salvage Operations in New Zealand, 252
  • Sampson and Wheeler's Railroad Weigh Locks, 3S1
  • Samuelson's Planing, Slotting, and Grooving Machines, 800
  • Root Cutter. 5
  • San Francisco to Now York, a Quick Run. 17
  • Saving Life from Shipwreck, 260
  • Savoy, Agriculture in, 196
  • Scheutz’s Calculating Machine, 262
  • Schiele’s Weighing Machine, 269
  • School for Female Students. 4
  • Schwartzkopff and Philippson's Steam Hammer and Stone-dressing Machine, 124
  • Science and Art Department, Supply of Instruments, Apparatus, &c., 268
  • Science-Teaching, Aids to, 274
  • Science and War, 355
  • Scientific Instruments in Use at Kew Observatory, 17
  • Reports of Patent Cases, 7, 41, 90, 139, 203, 251, 302, 335, 416
  • Scilly Islas, the, 235
  • Scotch Buildings, Flimsiness of, 234
  • Iron. 18
  • Scottish Matters. 13, 30, 47, 63. 75, 95, 102, 120, 143, 155, 176, 189, 200, 225, 243, 259, 270, 282, 803, 819, 341, 353, 363, 888, 396, 417
  • Scott's Generators, 386
  • Screw Fastenings for Ships, 24
  • Prows, Bentall's, 300, 321. 337
  • Propeller, the Griffiths, 29, 69
  • Propulsion, 7
  • Steamships, Full-powered, 45
  • Tug, Little Lucy, 867
  • Screws, Gimlet-pointed, 282
  • Sea-water Apparatus, Gravelly's, 4
  • Sedative, a Now, 3.28
  • Seine, the Royal Mail Steamer, 414
  • Sellers' Ovens, 42
  • Serpentine, the, 155
  • Cleansing the, 174
  • Purification of, 217
  • Sewage to Land, Application of, 77
  • Sewage Deodorisation of, 116
  • Sower, the Great Metropolitan, 11:7
  • The Southern Outfall Main, 19, 72
  • Sowing Machine in America, 61
  • Shaping Metals, Knowles and Rigg's Machinery for.
  • Shaw and Thompson's Scotch Iron Market Report, 50
  • Shearing and Punching Machine), 60
  • Ship Company, the Great, 37
  • Largo Iron Sailing, 100
  • Lift, Amos', 4
  • Lift at the Victoria Docks, 276
  • Ships' Chains, 33
  • Iron-plated, 255
  • Passenger, 400
  • Steam and Sailing, 111
  • Strength of Iron, 118, 139, 215, 318
  • in the Tropics, Iron Passenger, 155
  • and the Ultimate Correction of their Compasses, Mode of Building Iron, 198
  • and Vessels, Hodgson's improvements in Building, 350
  • Shipbuilding, Improvements in. 363
  • Shipping, 203
  • Shipwreck, Preservation of Life from, 237
  • Saving Life from, 266
  • Shipwrecks, Chain Cables and, 27
  • Shipwrights. English, Employed in France, 371
  • Shoe-making Machinery in Prisons, 72
  • Shuttles, Thompson's, 21
  • Siemens' Telegraphic Conductors and Batteries, 384
  • Sight, 276
  • Signals in Franco, Railway, 12
  • Railway, Jucqueau and Desgoffe’s, 820
  • Railway Train, 9. 23. 28, 43
  • Silver. Extensive Discovery of. 221
  • Singapore and Batavia Cable, 29, 49
  • Slotting, Planing, and Grooving Machines, 300
  • " Smalls," the, 73
  • Smelting, Copper, 184
  • Smith and Ashby's Harrows. 219
  • Smith's Faro-box for the Prevention of Fraud by Conductors, 137
  • Smoke Nuisance on the River Thames, 419
  • Prevention, 196, 205, 287
  • Prevention of, Walker and Hoyle's Apparatus, 156
  • by Steam Tugs, Consumption of, 403
  • Snow Drowning out Engine Fires, 12

SOCIETY OF ARTS :

  • Broad Manufacture, a Now System of, by Jno. Dauglish. M.D., 282
  • Building Stones; the Causes of their Decay, and the Means of Preventing it, by Geo. R. Burnell, C.E., 150, 165
  • Building Woods; the Cams of their Decay, and the Moans of preventing it, by O. R. Burnell, PALS., 393
  • Dinner of the Society at St. James's Hall, 411
  • Figure Weaving by Electricity, by P. Le Neve Foster, 31.A., 117, 133
  • Marbles of Tuscany and Modena, &c. &c., by W. P. Jervis, F.G.S., 348, 361, 387
  • Paper Material, by Robert H. Collyer, M.D., 265
  • Peat, Employment of, in the Useful Arts, &c., by W. E. Newton, 297
  • Rise and Progress of Steam Navigation in the Port of London, by Mr. P. L. Simmonds, 53
  • Stoneware, by Edwin Goddard, 250

SOCIETY Of ENGINEERS:

  • Diving Apparatus, by Charles W. Stocker, 331
  • Gas Meters and Pressure Gauges, by J. Willcock (communicated), 411
  • Locks and Fastenings, by W. P. Miles, 199
  • Machinery Employed in Raising Water from an Artesian Well, by W. Morris, 249
  • Premiums, Annual Distribution of, 36
  • Quartz Crushing Machinery, by Mr. P. E. Nursey, 36
  • Wooden Jetties on the River Thames, and their Improvement of the Inshore Navigation, by J. G. Davenport, 117
  • Soil and Agriculture of Franco, 426
  • Solar Rays, Measurement of the Chemical Action of the, 215
  • Southampton and Channel Islands Steam Packets, 88
  • South Kensington Museum, 16, 24, 37, 55, 76, 89, 101, 120, 139, 152, 176, 189, 214, 241, 271, 285, 310, 319, 332, 353, 304, 380
  • South Wales, Iron Trade of, 224
  • Spain, Progress of Railways in, 186
  • Species and. Races, and their Origin, 149
  • Speed of American Steamboats. 19
  • Spratt's Revolving Fire-arms, 222
  • Spring, Buffer and Draw, Wright's, 381
  • Springs, Pennsylvanian Oil, 384
  • Stability of Floating Bodies, 202
  • Staircase, American Steam, 143, 272
  • Star, a New Variable, 36
  • Stations, Manchester Railway, 127
  • Statistics, Indian Railroad, 49
  • Staves for Casks, Machinery for Cutting, Hadfield’s, 918
  • Steam, 419
  • Apparatus, Superheating, 77
  • Combined, 197, 281, 852
  • Communication in the East, 400
  • Condensing Apparatus, Thorold's, 851
  • Cultivation, 54
  • Cylinder Casing and the Action of Steam while Expanding, 100, 122
  • High Pressure, 107, 257, 270, 318
  • Hammers, 93
  • its Nature and Properties, 308
  • Plough, the, 44
  • Staircase, American, 143, 272
  • Superheated, 70
  • Superheated in America, 151
  • Superheating, 257, 273, 385
  • Trains on Indian Rivers, 187
  • Tug for Indian Rivers, 189
  • Tugs, 417
  • Steamboats, American, 4
  • Large River, 109
  • Proportions of, 43
  • Speed of American, 19
  • Steamer, Australian-built, 36
  • Seine, the Royal Mail, 414
  • War, United States, 55
  • the Winans, 19, 86, 110
  • Steamers, Canadian Mail, 12
  • French, on the Danube, 60
  • French and English Postal, 364
  • the Galway Line of, 870
  • Irish Mail, 95
  • Loss of Ocean, 186
  • from Madras to Rangoon, 332
  • the Rig of, 102
  • for the Sandwich Islands, American, 20
  • Southampton and Channel Islands, 38
  • War, New, 228
  • Full-powered Screw, 45
  • Steamship, Adriatic, 267
  • American, 17
  • Steamship, American, Leviathan, 354
  • American Passenger, 28
  • American, Sale of, 153
  • for the American Trade, 23
  • Arrangements in America, 152
  • Building on the Clyde, 163
  • Economy, 302
  • Improvement, 205
  • " Massilia," 38
  • Passage, Quick, 5
  • Steel, Cyanogen, 286, 318
  • Melting, Forest of Dean, 93, 109, 125
  • Plated Frigates, 73
  • Step Ladders and Gangways, Page and Lungley's, 317
  • Stephenson Memorial, 126
  • Stewart's Presses, 301
  • Stokers and Stoking, 286
  • Stone-dressing Machines, Schwartzkopff and Co., 124
  • Stone of the Houses of Parliament, 420
  • Stone-trimming Machine, 19
  • Stones, Building, the Causes of their Decay, &c., 150, 165
  • Stoneware, Society of Arts, 250
  • Stopping Trains, 382
  • Storm, the Royal Charter, 2
  • Stoves, Hot Blast, 283
  • Straits of Gibraltar, Telegraph Cable Across, 3
  • Street Paving, 125
  • Railway, 273
  • Strength of Iron Ships, 118, 129, 215, 318
  • Strikes, their Effect and Consequences, 243
  • Strychnine, a Tiger Killed by, 158
  • Submarine Cables, 41, 74, 917
  • Telegraphy, 5, 6. 22, 25, 40, 59
  • Suez Canal, 78. 132, 316, 832
  • Canal, Mr. Cobden and the, 34
  • Sugar Evaporating Apparatus, Aspinall's, 168
  • Mills, Robinson's, 269
  • Superheated Steam, 70, 314
  • Steam in America, 151
  • Superheating Apparatus, 77, 167, 193
  • Apparatus, American, 248
  • Apparatus. Boden and Clark's, 89
  • Apparatus, Field's, 222
  • Apparatus, Rowdies, 89
  • Steam. 257, 273, 385
  • Surface Condensation, 10, 22, 58, 74, 78, 90
  • Condensers, Joule's, 253
  • Surveys in Now Zealand, 2, 12
  • Sweden, Manufactures, Commerce, and Trades of Foreign Nations, 193
  • Swiss Steamboat Engine, 104
  • Switches and Crossings, 331
  • and Crossings. Parsons', 153
  • Sydney, Coinage of Gold at, 73
  • Tapp's Steam Boilers, 137
  • Tasmanian Timber, 800
  • Taylor's Joint Fastenings for Permanent Way, 268
  • Teeth of Gearing, Machinery for Finishing the, 283

Telegraph

  • to America, 382
  • Atlantic, 349, 363
  • Atlantic, North, 11, 198
  • Arrangements for Australia, 49
  • Cable Company, 205
  • Cable across the Straits of Gibraltar, S Cables, Testing, 352
  • Companies, Punctuality of, 114
  • Companies, Rival, 17
  • the Channel Islands, 22, 71
  • to France, Another, 49
  • to Gibraltar, Submarine, 232
  • Indian and Australian, 14
  • Liverpool and Holyhead, 75
  • Mediterranean, 193
  • Printing, Thompson's, 190
  • the Red Sea and Indian. 168
  • Scheme, the Atlantic, 150
  • a Second Atlantic, 275
  • Transatlantic, vi Iceland, 853
  • the Typo-printing, 223
  • in Turkey, 123
  • in New South Wales, 168
  • Telegraphic Conductors and Batteries, Siemens', 384
  • Telegraphy, Marine, 139, 154. 171
  • Submarine, 5, 6. 22, 25, 40, 59
  • Telescope at Greenwich, Now Equatorial, 397
  • Temperature of the last Winter „Months, 249
  • Thames Bridges, the. 838
  • Conservancy, 317
  • Defence of the, 112
  • Embankment of the, 321
  • Embankment, Mr. Bazalgette on, 404
  • Graving Dock, 340
  • Thetis, the Rowan's Engines, 127
  • Thompson's Printing Telegraph, 190
  • Thomson's Shuttles, 21
  • Thorold's Apparatus for Condensing Steam, 351
  • Tile and Brick Machinery, Ward and Burman's, 415
  • Timber Lands of Victoria, 333
  • in the Navy, Greenheart, 212
  • Tasmanian, 300
  • Tin, 53
  • Plates, Manufacture of, 136
  • Titanic Iron, Power of Belts, 202, 205, 220, 254
  • Tonnage Law, the Now, 241
  • Traction Engine, 185
  • Engine, Guy's, 88
  • Engines, 165
  • Engines, Blackburn's, 24
  • Engines in Cities, 157
  • Engines for Common Roads, 155
  • Trade, the Cotton, 95
  • with France, 18
  • and Manufactures iii Russia, 286
  • Traffic, French Railway, 80
  • Receipts, Railway Capital, Expenditure, and, 29
  • Returns. 13, 30. 46, 75, 103, 143, 175, 189. 203, 233, 248, 270, 283, 299, 323, 841, 349, 362, 379, 399, 413
  • Train for the Indian Rivers, Steam, 253
  • Trains, Stopping, 882
  • Tramways in the City, 57
  • Travels in the Interior of Africa, 17
  • Tredwell, Esq., Solomon, Death of, 29
  • Trout, New Packet for the, 274
  • Trial of the Bacchante, 1.52
  • Trip of the Adriatic 165
  • Troops, Movement of by Railway, 3
  • Tropics, Iron Passenger Ships in the, 155
  • Tucker and Sons, Messrs., Now Premises in Oxford-street, 130
  • Tuck's Breakwaters, 57
  • Tugs, Steam, 417
  • Tumbling-hooks for Disengaging Blocks, 120
  • Tunis, Newspaper in, 148
  • Tunnel, Lin al, on the Furness Railway, 69
  • in Savoy, the Alps. 88
  • Turkey, Telegraph in, 123
  • Turner's Steam Engines, 7
  • Turntables. Ward's, 414
  • Type-printing Telegraph, 223
  • Type-setting and Distributing Apparatus, Gilmer's, 380
  • Tyres, Cast steel, Lloyd's, 104
  • Krupp's Cast-steel, 154
  • United Kingdom, Defence of the, 883
  • United States, Coal in the, 87
  • Fires in the, 89
  • Largo Canal Lock in the, 346
  • Naval Coaling Stations, 24
  • Patents in the, 176
  • War Steamer, 55
  • Valve-gear, Hackworth’s, 368
  • Valves, Donkin's Slide, 168, 191
  • Vanderbilt, a Quick Voyage, 16
  • Varley's Improvements in Proving Electric) Conductors, 105
  • Vital to the Physical Forces, Relation of the, 208
  • Ventilation of American Carriages, 49
  • Vessels, Coppin's Apparatus for Raising Sunken, 72
  • for the Ganges. Steam, 252
  • in the West India Islands, American Steam, 12
  • Viaducts, Wooden, 802, 385
  • Vices, R. F. and E. Drury's, 219
  • Vickers' Apparatus for Opening and Shutting Railway Gates, 397
  • Victoria Boll at the Leeds Town Hall, the, 38
  • Victoria, Labour in, 127
  • Timber Lands in, 333
  • Voltaic Circuit, Movement of Liquid Metals and Electrolytes in the, 362, 378
  • Voyage of the Helen Coran, 138
  • Wages, Rate of, 27
  • Walker and Hoyle's Apparatus for the Prevention of Smoke, 156
  • Walls, Hollow, 29
  • Ward and Burman's Brick and Tile Machinery, 415
  • Ward's Turntables, 414
  • Warner, the Iron cased Frigate. 59
  • Water from an Artesian Well, Machinery for Raising, 249
  • Water-gauge, Horton's, 169
  • Pinel's Magnetic, 305
  • Water in Pipes, Concussion of, 314
  • Pipes in Frost, 21
  • Supply, 167
  • Tube Boilers in the Navy, 216
  • Waterworks, 155
  • Barbadoes, 2
  • New High-level Extension of the Leeds, 296
  • Watkins and Pugh's Lubricating Wheel, 152
  • Weaving by Electricity, Figure. 117, 133
  • Magno-Electricity, 262
  • Weigh Lucks, Sampson and Wheeler's Railroad, 881
  • Weighing Machines, Schiele's, 269
  • West Indies. Royal Mail Packet Station, 3
  • Westly's Heeding Machinery, g19
  • Westminster Bell 11, 186
  • Westminster Bridge. the New, 148
  • Opening of, 162
  • Westminster Palace, the New, 89
  • Wheel Manufactory, New, 56
  • Wheel Tyres Break on Railways ? Why do, 141
  • Wheels, improperly balanced Gearing of Railway, 234
  • Lubricating, Watkins and Pugh's, 152
  • for Ploughs and Cultivators, 89
  • Whitworth Gnu, 225
  • Whitworth's Gun, Trials with, 349, 361
  • Whitworth Ride, the. 25, 310
  • Rifle Cannon, the, 125, 141
  • Whitworth's Ordnance. Fire-arms, &c., 218
  • Wilkinson’s Printing Machinery, 92
  • Willard's Coal-oil Apparatus, 152
  • Williams' Steam Boilers, 73
  • Willoughby's, Lord, Yacht-lugger. 418
  • Wilson's Breech-loading Fire-arms, 20
  • Wiltshire Lecture on Steam Cultivation, 132
  • Winans' Steamship, the 19, 86, 110
  • Winding Apparatus, Evans', 6
  • Winds of India, Poisonous, 253
  • Winter among the American Forests, 218
  • Woo I and Billing-totes Machinery for Embroidery, 20
  • Wood, Preservation from Decay, 41)
  • Wooden Viaduct', 302, 335
  • Woods, Bui1,1ing, the Causes of their Decay, etc., 393
  • Woollen Manufacture. French, 99
  • Woolston Cultivator, the, 14
  • Woolwich Cast Ordnance, 119
  • Gun Factories, 50, 803
  • and London, Defence of, 355, 360, 401
  • Workmen in France, English, 273
  • Workmen, Progress amongst, 110
  • Works of Art, Mr. Brunel's Collection, 276
  • in India Public, 232
  • recently constructed on the River Severn, 2:i5
  • upon the River Severn, 289
  • Wreck of the Hungarian, 272
  • Wright's Buffer and Draw Spring, 381
  • Wurtemburg, Manufactures, Commerce, &o., of, 165
  • Yacht-lugger, Lord Willoughby's, 418
  • Zodiacal Light, Observations of the, 170

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