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The Engineer 1862 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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LIST OF NAMES.

  • Adams' Revolving Fire-arms. 135
  • Alsop and Chauncey's Gun Stocks, S9
  • Amos and Frances' Machinery for Dressing Slates. 151
  • Armstrong's Marine Boilers. 57
  • Aveling and Rawlinson's Locomotives, 2S
  • Baine's Girders, 212
  • Barclay's Raising and Lowering Apparatus, 198
  • Barker's Signalling, 8
  • Barnett's Steam Soda Water Apparatus, 353'
  • Beattie's Fire Extinguisher, 154
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co.'s Locomotive. 28.5
  • Tools in the Exhibition, 267
  • Brown's Fresh-water Apparatus, 184
  • Burrell's Traction Engine, with Boydell's Endless Railway, 264
  • Calvert's Air or Steam Engines, 337
  • Cameron'. Water Meter, 72
  • Carey and Pierce's Mode of Reburning Animal Charcoal, 194
  • Chaplin's Combined Winding Engine, Boiler, and Cooking Apparatus, 313, 316
  • Chase's Feed Water Apparatus, 221
  • Child's Mode of Dressing Millstones, 220
  • Clay's Cultivators, 8
  • Colquhoun alai Thomson's Firebars, 88
  • Cowan's Apparatus for Reburning Animal Charcoal, 104
  • Davis and Evans' Steam Engines, 316
  • De Bergue's Railway Chairs, 364
  • Easton, Amos, and Sons' Appold Draining Machine, 302
  • Effertz's Brick and Tile Machinery, 254
  • Evans' Apparatus for Generating Gas, 313
  • Fearnley's Steam Hammers, 365
  • Fletcher and Fuller's Planing Machines, 88
  • Fowler's Steam Ploughs, 104
  • Gale and Kennedy's Taps and Valves, 105
  • Galloway and Wilson's Boilers, 168
  • Godwin's Pumps. 236
  • Greaves' Apparatus for Preventing Waste of Water, 250
  • Green and Glover's Vice Boxes, 251
  • Greenwood's Machinery for Sawing Wood, 237
  • Gye's Gasometers and Tanks, 212
  • Hancock's Implements for Ploughing, Ice , 72
  • Hartmann's Locomotive, 298
  • Hobson's Steam Hammers, 105
  • Hood's Beams and Girders, 150
  • Hornsby's Thrashing Machines, 124
  • Howell's Chains and Chain Cables, 284
  • Humphry's Iron Ships, Batteries, and Ports, 88
  • Humphrey's Steam Engines, 209
  • Johnson and Hocklin's Mode of Securing Nuts for Fish Plates, 151
  • Johnston's Pillars for Coal Mines, 105
  • Kennard's Excavating Apparatus, 73
  • Kimberley's Machine for Morticing, Tenoning, and Sawing, 313
  • Kinsey's Steam Engines, 181
  • Krupp's Cast Steel, 266
  • Laing's Helixometer, 45
  • Lane's Permanent Way, 120
  • Law's Machinery for Raising and Docking Vessels, :;30
  • Lee and Taplin's Traction Engines, 32
  • Lee's Steam Pumping Engines, 312
  • Lister and Myers' Hoisting Apparatus. 864
  • Lush's Mashing Attemperators, 312
  • Macnab's Marine Engines and Boilers, 340
  • McNaught's Method of Supporting Diagonal Engines, 121
  • Merryweather’s, M. and R. M., Pumps, 1!)5
  • Meyer's Slide Valves, 141
  • Mirrlees and Tait's Sugar Mill, 295
  • Morgan, Jay, Edwards, and Tilston's Ropes or Cables. 237
  • Mott's Apparatus for Drawing Boer from Casks, 251
  • Neilson's Locomotive, 299
  • Nelson's Punching Apparatus, 364
  • Newton's Ventilating Apparatus, $52
  • Norman's Steam Hammers, 356
  • Page's Apparatus for Working and Discharging Ordnance below Water Level. 89
  • Parkinson's Frictionless Bearing for Gas Meters, 120
  • Penrice's Machinery for 'funnelling, 44
  • Prtf3old's Self-acting Mules. 76
  • Platt and Richardson's Brick Machinery, 57
  • Pontifex and Wood's 'funning Casks, 250
  • Powis, James, and Co.'s Planing Machines, 263
  • Price's Tools for Cutting Shives, 135
  • Priest and Woolnough's Agricultural Machinery, 120
  • Rendel’s Wrought Iron Cylinders for Ordnance, 28
  • Richmond. Chandler, and Ritchie's Sack Holder, 165
  • Roberts' Vices and Screw Benches, 28
  • Rowan and Horton's Boilers and Surface Condensers, 240
  • Russell's Hand Stocks and Dies for Cutting Screws, 827
  • Savory's, W. and P. A., Winding Apparatus, 165
  • Schiele's Turbine Water Wheel, 92
  • Selby's Surface Condensers, 220
  • Sellers' Apparatus for Transmitting Motion, 89
  • Screw Cutting Machines, 275
  • Shanks' Drilling Machines. 57
  • Machine, 105
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co.'s Locomotive, 270
  • Marine Slotting Drill, 275
  • Shaw's Governors, 326
  • Hot Air Engines, 138
  • Siemens' Regenerative Furnaces, 375
  • Somerville's Apparatus for Drilling and Topping Mains, 221
  • Spencer's Steam Engines, 108
  • Stothert's Condensing Apparatus, 827
  • Suckow and Babel's Machinery for Producing Blast, 236
  • Thatcher's Lubricators, l3.
  • Thomas' Centrifugal Machines, 44
  • Projectiles, 2.50
  • Thompson and Stather's Hydraulic Presses, :326
  • Vavasseur's Machine for Rifling Cannon, 164
  • Walker's Hydraulic Stage for Raising Vessels, 60
  • Whitworth and Hulse's Sights for Small Arms, &c., 224
  • Wilcox's Hot Air Engines, 287, 288
  • Wild's Slubbing and Roving Frames, 250
  • Williams and Parkinson's Carding Engines, 221
  • Wood's Fermenting Tuns, 164
  • Woolcombe's Projectiles and Firearms, 17
  • Worssam's Sawing Machinery, 378
  • Yarrow and Hilditch's Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, 327

SUBJECT MATTER

  • Agricultural Machinery, Priest and Woolnough's, 120
  • American Iron Bridges, 9
  • Banks, Lea, 56
  • Beam Engine at Hartley Colliery, 73
  • Beams and Girders, Hood’s, 100
  • Bearing, Frictionless, for Gas Meters, Parkinson's, 120
  • Bessemer Process, 274
  • Blast, Machinery for Producing, Suckow and Rebel's, 236
  • Blasting, Holyhead, 15, 16
  • Boiler, Water-tube, 153
  • Boilers, Galloway and Wilson's, 168
  • Marino, Armstrong's, 57
  • Boilers, Marine, and Surface Condensers, Rowan and Horton's 240
  • the Wear and Strength of, 237
  • Brick Machinery, Platt and Richardson's, 57
  • Tile Machinery, Effertz's, 254
  • Bridges, Eastern Counties Railway 281
  • Iron, American, 9
  • Centrifugal Machines, Thomas', 44
  • Chains and Chain Cables. Howell's, 284
  • Charcoal, Reburning Animal, Carey and Pierce's, 194
  • Cowan's, 104
  • Chimneys fur Wood-burning Locomotives, 4
  • Coal-burning Locomotives, 323, 824
  • Condensing Apparatus, Stothert's, $27
  • Crane, 50-ton. 248
  • Cultivators, Clay's. 8
  • Cylinders for Ordnance, Rendel's, 28
  • Draining Machine, Appold, Easton, Amos, and Sons', 302
  • Drawing Beer from Casks, Mott's Apparatus, 251
  • Drill, Marino Slotting, Sharp, Stewart, and Co.'s, 275
  • Drilling Machines, Shanks'. 57. 105
  • and Tapping Mains, Somerville's, 221
  • Enclosure of Lands from Sea, 56
  • Engine. Traction, with Boydell’s Endless Railway, Burrell's, 284
  • Winding, Boiler, and Cooking Apparatus Combined, Chaplin's, 818, 816

Engines.

  • Air or Steam, Calvert's, 837
  • and Boilers Marine, Macnab's, 340
  • Carding, Williams and Parkinson's, 221
  • Diagonal, Method of Supporting, M'Naught's, 1'21
  • Expansive, 167
  • and Rotatory, 287
  • Hot-air, Shaw's, 138
  • Wilcox's, 287. 288
  • Pumping Steam. Lee's, 312
  • Steam, Davis and Evans', 316
  • Humphrey's, 209
  • Kinsey's, 181
  • Spencer's, 108
  • Traction, 29
  • Lee and Taplin's. 32
  • Excavating Apparatus. Kennard's, 73
  • Exhibition, International, Plan of, 263
  • Feed-water Apparatus, Chase's. 221
  • Fire-arms, Revolving, Adams', 135
  • Bars, Colquhoun and Thomson's, 88
  • Extinguisher, Beattie's, 154
  • Fire-proof Floors, 19
  • French Passenger Locomotive. 12
  • Frictionless Bearing for Gas Meters, Parkinson's, 120
  • Furnaces, Regenerative, Siemens', 376
  • Gas Generating, Evans' Apparatus. 313
  • Gasometers and Tanks, Gye's, 212
  • German Veneer Cutting Machine, 48
  • Girders, Haines, 212
  • Governors, 253
  • Shaw's, 326
  • Marine, 353, 363
  • Gun Stocks, Alsop and Chauncey's, 89
  • Helixometer, Laing's. 45
  • Hoisting Apparatus, Lister and Myers', 364
  • Holyhead, Blasting, 15, 16
  • Hydraulic Stage for Raising Vessels, Walker's, 60
  • Implements, Agricultural, Hancock's, 72
  • Locomotive, Beyer. Peacock, and Co.'s, 285
  • Hartman's, 298
  • Neilson and Co.'s, 299
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co.'s, 270
  • French Passenger, 12
  • Lady of the Lake, 312
  • Locomotives, Aveling and Rawlinson's, 28
  • Chimneys for Wood-burning, 4
  • Lubricators, Thatcher's, 185
  • Malahide Viaduct, 180
  • Mashing Attemperators, Lush's, 312
  • Meter, Fluid, Cameron's, 72
  • Mill, Sugar, Minces and Tait's. 295
  • Millstones. Mode of Dressing, Childs', 220
  • Mining Machinery, 251
  • Monitor and Merrimac, 208
  • Morticing, Tenoning, and liming Machine, Kimberley's, 313
  • Motion, Transmitting, 81.1
  • Mules, Self-acting, Pitfield’s, 76
  • Ordnance, Working and Discharging below Water Level, Page's Apparatus, 80
  • Paddle and the Screw, 150
  • Permanent Way, Johnson and Hocklin's, 151
  • Lane's, 120
  • Pillars for Coal Mines, Johnston's, 105
  • Planing Machines, Fletcher and Fuller's, 83
  • Powis, James, and Co.'s, 263
  • Ploughing awl Cultivating Machinery, Steam, Yarrow and Hilditch's, 327
  • Implements, Hancock's, 72
  • Ploughs, steam, Fowlers, 104
  • Presses, Hydraulic, Thompson, and Stather’s, 326
  • Projectiles, Thomas', 250
  • and Fire-arms, Woollcombe's, 17
  • Pumps, Goodwin's, 236
  • N. and R. M. Merryweather’s, 105
  • Punching Washers and Throstles, Nelson's Machinery, 364
  • Railway Chairs, do Bergue’s, 364
  • Raising and Docking Vessels, Law's Machinery, 330
  • Raising and Lowering Apparatus, Barclay's, 108
  • Rifling Cannon, Machine for, Vavasseur's, 164
  • Roofs, Iron, 80
  • Ropes or Cables, Morgan, Jay, Edwards, and Tilston's, 237
  • Sack Holder, Richmond, Chandler, and Ritchie's, 165
  • Sawing Machinery, Greenwood's, 237
  • Worssam's, 3;8
  • Screw-cutting Machines, Seller's. 27,5
  • Ships, Iron, Batteries and Forts, Humphrey's. 88;
  • Shives, Tools for Cutting, Price's, 135
  • Sights for Small Arms and Ordnance, Whitworth and Hulse's, 224
  • Signalling, Barker's, 8
  • Slates, Machinery for Dressing. Amos and Francis', 151
  • Slide Valves. Meyer's, 164
  • Slubbing and Roving Frames, Wild's, 250
  • Soda Water Apparatus, Steam, Barnett's. 353
  • Springs, Buffer, 25
  • Steam, Expansion of, 277
  • Hammer, Naval Ram, 341
  • Hammers, Fearnley's, 365
  • Hobson's, 105
  • Norman's 356
  • Steel, Cast, Krupp's, 266
  • Stocks and Dies, Hand, Russell's, 327
  • Surface Condenser's, Selby's, 220
  • Taps and Valves, Gale and Kennedy's, 105
  • Testing Iron and Steel. Machine for, 368
  • Thrashing Machines, Hornsby's, 124
  • Tools for Cutting Shives, Price's, 135
  • in the Exhibition, Beyer, Peacock, and Co.'s, 267
  • Tunnelling, Machinery for, Penrice's, 44
  • Turning Casks, Pontifex and Wood's, 250
  • Tuns, Fermenting, Wood's, 164
  • Turbine Water Wheel, Schiele's, 02
  • Veneer-cutting Machine, German, 48
  • Ventilating Apparatus, Newton's, 352
  • Viaduct, Malahide, 180
  • Vice Boxes, Green and Glover's, 251
  • Vices and Screw Benches, Roberts', 28
  • Water, Fresh, Apparatus, Brown's, 184
  • Preventing Waste of, Greave's Apparatus, 260
  • Winding Apparatus, %V. and P. A. Savory's, 166

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