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The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1871 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • Abel, Professor, Explosive Agents, British Association, 114, 126, 150
  • Accident, An Extraordinary, 195
  • Accidents to Railway Structures, Mr. T. C. Clarke, 271
  • Adams, Mr., Traction Engine Wheels, 20
  • Admiralty Appointments, 192
  • Air Pumps and Condensers, 259
  • Albert Bridge Cylinders, 340, 426
  • Albert Ironworks, Warrington, Sale of Machinery at the, 390
  • America, Short Route to, 275, 288
  • American Steamboat Engines, 166
  • Ammonia Engine, The, 131
  • Analytical Geometry and Conic Sections, A Rudimentary Treatise on, by James Hann
  • Andrews, Dr., Address at Edinburgh, 86
  • Anglo-Danish Asphalte Roofing Pasteboard, 12
  • Animal Mechanics, Rev. S. Haughton, M.D., F.R.S., 37
  • Anstruther Pier, 325
  • Arbitration, 294
  • Armour, Deflecting, 195, 223, 230
  • Armour Piercing Projectiles, Development of, 448
  • Arsenal, Frankfort, Philadelphia, 205
  • Arthur, Launch of the, 234
  • Artillery, Austrian Rifled Field, 275, 276
  • Artillery, Field, 397
  • Artillery in France, 306
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN :--
  • - The London, 92, 325, 449
  • - Half-yearly Meeting, 5
  • - Machinery Used in the Manufacture of Cloth, Mr. T. Haughton, 395
  • - Multitubular and Multiflue Boilers, Mr. Galloway, 258
  • Atmosphere of the Earth, Professor Everett, British Association, 158
  • Auroras, Red, 390
  • Austrian International Exhibition, 216
  • Austrian Rifled Field Artillery, 275, 276
  • Axles, Railway, 412
  • Ayrton, Mr. W. E., On a Quantitative Method of Testing "A Telegraph Earth," Asiatic Society of Bengal, 187
  • Babbage and Clements, 324
  • Bailey, Mr. W. H., Reservoir Recorder for the Southport Waterworks, 358
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, United States, Narrow Gauge Passenger Locomotive, 160
  • Baltic, Sounding the, 206
  • Barker, C.E., Mr. E. D., Brake, Great Eastern Railway, 213, 214
  • Bame's Composition for Clothing Boilers, 320
  • Barrows and Stewart, Messrs., Steam Ploughing Windlass, 71
  • Baths at University College Hospital, 158
  • Battery Elements, Galvanic, 323
  • Bearings, Glass, 313
  • Beeley, Mr. T., Cop Tube Boiler, 55
  • Belgian Rails, 10, 24, 92, 156,174,195, 230, 264, 355, 357, 382, 406, 432
  • Bell, Mr. Lowthian, Mr. Ferrie's Self-Coking Blast Furnace, Iron and Steel Institute, 143
  • Bells, Mr. Walcker's Pneumatic, 37
  • Bennie and Co., Messrs. J., Shearing Machine, Bowefield Ironworks, 295
  • Berthon, M.A., F.R.A.S., Rev., On the Calculation of the Powers of Telescopes, 184
  • Bessemer, Mr., New Guns, 229
  • Bessemer Converter, Mr. G. J. Snelus on the Gases Evolved from, Iron and Steel Institute, 167
  • Bessemer Steel in Germany, 274
  • Bickford, Mr., The "Little Rapid" Knitting Machine, 407
  • Biddulph Valley Boiler Explosion, 12, 24, 122
  • Biddulph Valley Ironworks, Plan of a Portion of, 12
  • Big Plates, 230
  • Bilbao Iron Ore Company, 355
  • Bills of the Coming Session, 365
  • Birmingham Export Trade, 49
  • Birmingham, Sale of Machinery at, 325
  • Birmingham Sewage, 314, 329, 355
  • Blast, The Steam, Mr. C. W. Siemans, M.I.C.E., F.R.S., British Association, 132
  • Boats, Submarine, 438
  • Bodmer, Mr. J. J., Pudding Apparatus, 161
  • Boiler, Mr. J. B. Root, 143
  • Boiler, Cop Tube, Mr. T. Beeley, 55
  • Boiler Explosion at the Biddulph Valley Ironworks, 12, 24
  • Boiler Explosion, The Westfield, 103, 128, 151, 216
  • Boiler Explosions, Experiments on, 420
  • Boiler Incrustation, 322
  • Boiler Legislation, 122
  • Boiler Legislation, Mr. L. Fletcher, C.E., British Association, 96
  • Boiler Making in New York, 260
  • Boiler, Miller's Tubulous, 70
  • Boilers, Franklin Institute on Steam, 62
  • Boilers, Portable Engine, 326
  • Boilers, Steel Locomotive, 382
  • Boxer, General, Parachute Light Balls, 437
  • Braham, Mr. P., Torpedo Boat, 269
  • Brake, Great Eastern Railway, Mr. E.D. Barker, C.E 213, 214
  • Brake for Railway Carriages and Tenders, Herr Ester, 330
  • Breakwater, Aberdeen, 288
  • Breakwaters, 41
  • Breakwaters, Mr. T. Cargill, C.E., A.B., A.I.C.E., on Floating, Society of Engineers, 431
  • Breech-loading Ordnance of the Middle Ages, 195
  • Breech-loaders, Militia, 379
  • Breech-loaders in Prussia, 249
  • Breitenbach Meteorite, 213
  • Brislau, Schweidnitz and Freiburg Railway Apparatus for Warming Railway Carriages, 377, 383
  • Bridge, The Albert, 168, 179
  • Bridge to Carry a Single Line over an Occupation Road and a Stream, 107
  • Bridge of the Lumfjord, 366
  • BRITISH ASSOCIATION, 67, 76, 85, 98
  • - Address of Dr. Andrews, President of the Chemical Section, 86
  • - Address of the President, Professor Thomson, 77
  • - Address of Professor Fleeming Jenkin, President of Section G, 80
  • - Address of Professor Tait, President of the Mathematical and Physical Section, 85
  • - Atmosphere of the Earth, Professor J. D. Everett, Section A, 158
  • - Automatic Discharge Gauge, Thomas Stevenson, F. R.S.E., M.I.C.E., Section G, 95
  • - Carr's Disintegrating Flour Mill, Mr. T. Carr, Section G, 105
  • - Corliss Engine, particularly with Reference to its Economy of Steam, and its Extreme Regularity of Speed, Mr. Douglas, Section G, 89
  • - Description of a Salmon Ladder Meant to Suit the Varying Levels of a Lake, used as a Reservoir, Mr. J. Leslie, C.E., Section G., 89
  • - Experiments on Chemical Dynamics, J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., and Alfred Tribe, F.C.S., Section B, 151
  • - Improved Ships of War, Michael Scott, M.I.C.E., M.I.N.A., Section G, 95
  • - Nature of Researches of the Late Rev. Mr. Vernon Harcourt on the Condition of Transparency in Glass, and the Connection between the Chemical Composition and Optical Properties of Different Glasses, Professor Stokes, Section A, 170
  • - New Photographic Dry Process, Thomas Sutton, B. A., Section A, 151
  • - New Steam Gauge, Professor Ch. V. Zenzer, Section A, 124
  • - One Cause of Transparency, Mr. G. Johnstone Stoney, M.A., F.R.S., Section A, 146
  • - Proposed Thermometer of Translation for Recording Daily Changes of Temperature, Thomas Stevenson, F.R.S.E., M.I.C.B., Section G, 95
  • - Railway Gauges, Mr. R. F. Fairlie, Section G, 113
  • - Recent Investigations and Applications of Explosive Agents, Professor Abel, F.R.S., 114, 126, 150
  • - Reports of Committee on Treatment and Utilisation of Sewage, Mr. R. B. Grantham, C.E., Mr. Hope, Dr. Corneld, and Dr. Gilbert, Sections G and B, 133
  • - Report of the Rainfall Committee for 1870-71, Mr. G. J. Symons, Secretary, 108
  • - Rhysimeter, The, An Instrument for Measuring Speed of Flowing Water or of Ships, Mr. Fletcher, Section G, 90
  • - Some Conditions to be Observed in Designing Pointed Roofs, Mr. Thomas Gillott, Section G, 88
  • - Steam, Blast, Mr. C. W. Siemens, M.I.C.E., F.R.S., Section G, 132
  • - Steam Boiler Legislation, Mr, L. E. Fletcher, C.E., Section G, 96
  • - Testing Submerged Electric Cables, Mr. C. F. Varley, C. E., F.R.S., Section A, 170
  • - Thermodynamics of the General Oceanic Circulation, Professor Carpenter, LL.D., M.D., F.R.S., Section A, 151
  • Brown and Co., Messrs., Wages Cards, 408
  • Buchanan, Mr , Cylinder Lock, 28
  • Buildings, Heating, 341
  • Burdett Coutt's Prize, The Baroness, 144
  • Burgoyne, on Steam Road Rolling, The Late Fieldmarshal Sir John, 405
  • Burmah, Lighthouses on the Coast of British, 442
  • Burrell, Mr. C., 12-H.P. Road Locomotive, 40
  • Burrell, Mr. C., Traction Engine and Omnibus, 214
  • Cab, Mr. C. King's Improved, 277
  • Cables, Mr. C. F. Varley. C.E., F.R.S., On a Method of Testing Submerged Electric, British Association, 170
  • Caledonian Railway Locomotive Works, Extension of, 320
  • Campbell, Capt. J. R., Range Indicator, 21
  • Cane Fields, Greig's System of Clearing, 70
  • Captain, The Loss of the, 105
  • Cargill, C.E., A.B., A.I.C.E., andc., Mr. T., On Floating Breakwaters, 431
  • Carpenter, Prof., Thermodynamics of the General Oceanic Circulation, British Association, 151
  • Carr, Mr. T., Disintegrating Flour Mill, British Association, 105, 144
  • Carriage of Coal to London by Railway, Results of Reduced Rates, 263
  • Carriages, Warming Railway, Breslau, Schweidnitz, and Freiburg Railway, 377, 383
  • Cars, Bogie Tramway, 324, 360, 378
  • Cars, Tramway, 259
  • Castings, Large, 237
  • Cataract Gear, Cornish Engine, 441
  • Caterham Asylum, Boilers and Pumping Machinery, Messrs. Lawson and Mansergh, 215, 218, 222
  • Caterham Asylum, Cornish Boilers, 215
  • Central National Art Training School, South Kensington, 92
  • Cerberus-Guns, The, 398
  • Ceylon. Railways in, 59, 70
  • Chatham, Siege Operations at, 284
  • Chemical Dynamics, Experiments on, J. IL Gladstone, F.R.S., and Alfred Tribo, F.C.S., British Association, 151
  • Chemie, Neues Handwbrterbuch dor, Dr. Hermann Von Fehling, 419
  • Chicago Fire, 325, 337
  • China, Lighthouses in, 271
  • Christie, Mr. J., Rolling Mill Belts, 182
  • City of Bristol, The,. 182
  • Civil Engineers and the Indian Uncovenanted Service, 179
  • Clarke, Mr. T. C., Accidents to Railway Structures, 271
  • Cleveland District, 16, 31, 50, 65, 84, 102, 120, 137, 155, 174, 191, 210, 228, 246, 264, 282, 300, 318, 335, 353, 372, 388, 401, 418, 436, 453
  • Cleveland, Random Notes in, 265, 319
  • Clifton Collieries, Near Nottingham, 23
  • Clocks and Chronographs, 32
  • Closet, Mr. Stanford's Carbon, 133
  • Clyde, Shipbuilding on the, 360
  • Coal-field, Mr. H. Johnson on the Geological Features of the South Staffordshire, Iron and Steel Institute, 140
  • Coal Miners, Safety for, 259, 323
  • Coal in the Navy, 273, 314, 360, 879, 424
  • College, Indian Civil Engineering, 25, 26
  • College, The Working Men's, 181
  • Colliery Houses, andc., Plans of Cheap, Mr. J. Povey Harper, 416
  • Colliery Plant, A Model, 295
  • Colosseum in the Regent's Park, 432
  • Combustion, Report of Committee on Waste in, 125
  • Combustion, Waste in, 121, 148, 175, 187
  • Comets, Observations on, John Williams, F.S.A., 446
  • COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS UPON PATENT LAW :--
  • - Armstrong, Sir W., Evidence of, 38
  • - Chittenden, Mr. Lucius E , Evidence of, 23, 38
  • - Grove, Q.C., F.R.S., Mr. W. R,, Evidence of, 373
  • - Holden, Mr., Evidence of, 11
  • - Macfie, Mr ./Evidence of, 33
  • - Michell, Mr. W. M., Evidence of, 38
  • - Nasmyth, Mr., Evidence of, 11, 38
  • - Romilly, Right Hon. Lord, Evidence of, 449
  • Committee of Railroads at the National Commercial Convention, 299
  • Commune and the Fonts et Chaussees, The, 35
  • Concretion, Mr. A. Fryer, Messrs. Manlove and Alliott, 72, 74
  • Condensation of Steam, Practical Treatise on the, N. P, Burgh, 203
  • Condensation of Steam without Air Pumps, 378
  • Condenser, Martin's, International Exhibition, Messrs. Curtis, Parr, and Madeley, Engineers, 21
  • Condenser for Steam Engines, City Saw Mills, Londonderry, Mr. McCarter, 423
  • Conference of Miners, Proposed Great National, 294
  • Conservancy, The Thames, 201
  • Construction, Elementary Papers on, 185, 426
  • Construction of Traction Engines, 51, 67, 103, 139, 175, 193
  • Continental Locomotive Building, 390
  • Cooke and Sons, Messrs., lOin. Equatorial Telescope, 322
  • Cooper's Hill College, Address of Colonel Chesney, 240
  • Cornish Boilers, Caterham Asylum, 215
  • Cornish Engine, The, 142, 373, 389, 405, 428, 441
  • Cornish Engine, Details of 50in, 10, 430
  • Costa Rica Railroad, 84
  • Cotton Gin Trials, 398, 413
  • Court Martial on the Loss of the Megaera, 363
  • Cultivating Tackle, Mr. Ulrick Rosing's "Norway" Steam, 163
  • Cyclops, The, 50
  • Cylinders, The Albert Bridge, 340, 426
  • Cylinder Cock, Improved, Mr. Buchanan, 28
  • Cylinders, Jacketed, 341, 378, 381, 395, 407, 424
  • Cylinders, Steam Engine, 427
  • Daily Motion of a Brick Tower, Caused by Solar Heat, 313
  • Daily Motion of a Brick Tower, Caused by Solar Heat, Professor C. G. Rockwood, Ph. D., "American Journal of Science and Art," 198
  • Damaging Property by Coal Mining, Important Decision, 263
  • Danks' Puddling Furnace, 368
  • Danks, Mr. S., Revolving Puddling Furnace, Iron and Steel Institute, 166
  • Deptford Foreign Cattle Market, 406
  • Destructive Distillation of Light Petroleum Naphthas at Comparatively Low Temperatures, Mr, Dana Hayes on the, 239
  • Details of Works at the Junction of the Fleet Ditch with Low Level Sewer, Blackfriars, 196, 200, 204
  • Devastation's Carriage, Trial of, 376
  • Devastation and Cyclops, 96, 122
  • Diamonds in Situ, Discovery of, 239
  • Disinfectants, 75
  • Dockyard Handy Book, The Model, 446
  • Douglass', Mr., Corliss Engine, British Association, 89
  • Drainage, Inefficient, 411
  • Dredger Steam, 50 Nominal Horse Power, for the Dundee Harbour Trustees, Messrs. Simmons and Co., Designers, Mr. D. Cunningham, C.E., 250, 251
  • Dredgers for the Brazilian Government, 433
  • Drill, Messrs. B. Reid and Co's Irrigating, 384
  • Drill with Crow's Balance Table, Messrs. Fairburn, Kennedy, and Naylor's Radial, 441, 444
  • Drilling Machine, Messrs. Fairburn, Kennedy, and Naylor's Armour Plate, 426
  • Drying Proceeds, Eyton's, 37
  • Earthquakes, Professor Fuch's Report on, 87
  • Eclipse Expedition, 122
  • Education, Technical, 195
  • Elastic Wheels, Bite of, 62
  • Electricity, Is it a Force ? 230, 259, 271, 288
  • Elementary Papers on Construction, 185, 420
  • Elemonto dor Graphischcn Static, J. Bauschinger, 362
  • End-on Fire on Shipboard, 405
  • Engine, The Ammonia, 131
  • Engine, The Corliss, Mr. Douglass, British Association, 89
  • Engine, Cornish, The, 142, 373, 389, 405, 428, 411
  • Engine, Details of Nozzles and Valves of 80in. Cornish, 142
  • Engine, Messrs. J. Evans and Sons, Steam Pumping, 125
  • Engine, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co.'s 14-Horse Power Double Cylinder Ploughing, 36
  • Engine at Messrs. Gilkes, Wilson, Pease, and Co.'s Works, Messrs. Hopkins, Gilkes, and Co.'s Blowing, 272, 277
  • Engine for the 3ft. Gin. Gauge, Mr. J--unt's Locomotive, 24
  • Engine, Goods, Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 337, 358, 359, 362
  • Engine, Messrs. Jessop and Co.'s Combined Comfortable Steam Fire, 92
  • Engine and Omnibus, Mr. C. Burrell's Traction,
  • Engine for River Navigation, Messrs. Fletcher,---son, and Co.'s Marine, 164
  • Engine, Messrs. Robey and Co's 10-Horse Power Semi- Fixed, International Exhibition, 24
  • Engine, Royal Arsenal, Bombay, Messrs. Whieldon Lecky, and Co.'s 6-Horse Power High Press re, Expansion, 380, 383
  • Engine, Messrs. Yarrow and Hedley's Steam Fire, Messrs. Merryweather, 125
  • Engineering, Celestial, 327
  • Engineering College, Examination for Admittance into the Indian, 57, 72, 75, 90, 94, 98, 104, 107, 122
  • Engineering in Glasgow, 325
  • Engines, The Adhesion of Traction, 257
  • Engines, American Steamboat, 166
  • Engines and Boilers, Messrs. Laird and Sons' Twin Screw Inverted Direct-acting, 325, 326
  • Engines, Construction of Traction, 51, 67, 103, 139, 175, 193
  • Engines, Messrs. Gilbert and Cooper's Compound Screw, 40
  • Engines at the Grace Mary Colliery, Oakham, Messrs. Withinshaw and Co.'s Winding, 286, 295
  • Engines, Great Northern Railway, Mr, Stirling's, 211
  • Engines, Heating Feed-water for Portable, 358, 378
  • Engines of the Magloria, Twin Screw, 284 (See Supplement)
  • Engines, Traction, 62, 169, 223, 230
  • Engines, Messrs. E. and R. Turner's Steam, 110
  • Erith Ironworks, Visit of the Grand Duke Constantine to the, 70
  • Euphrates Valley Line, 9
  • Evans and Sons', Messrs. J., Pumping Engine, 125
  • Everett, Professor, Atmosphere of the Earth, British Association, 158
  • EXAMINATIONS FOR THE INDIAN COLLEGE, 57, 75, 80, 94, 104, 122
  • - Applied Mathematics, 72
  • - Arithmetic, Mensuration, Algebra, 57
  • - Construction in Iron, 107
  • - Drawing, 108
  • - Dynamics, 98
  • - Engineering, 72
  • - Engineering, Practical, 107
  • - Euclid and Trigonometry, 57
  • - General Construction, 107
  • - Geology, Mineralogy, 98
  • - Heat, Fuel, Steam, 98
  • - Hydrostatics and Hydraulics, 98
  • - Metallurgy, 98
  • - Miscellaneous, 108
  • - Railway. 108
  • - Statics, 72
  • - Steam Engine and Machinery,
  • - Surveying, 72, 98
  • - Waterworks, 108
  • Excursion of the Iron and Steel Institute into Staffordshire and Shropshire, 186, 195, 223, 234
  • Exhaustion as a Power for Underground Purposes, Mr. H. Ogden, 426
  • Exhibition, Austrian International, 216
  • Expenditure, Railway, Details of, 337, 338
  • Experiments on Boiler Explosions, 420
  • Experiments on the Strength of Cast Iron Girders, 104
  • Explosion, Biddulph Valley, 122
  • Explosion, Stowmarket, 129, 183, 178, 195
  • Explosions, Boiler, 144
  • Explosive Agents, Professor Abel, F.R.S., British Association, 114, 126, 150
  • Exter's Brake for Railway Carriages and Tenders, 330
  • Eyth, Mr., Valve Gear, 106, 144
  • Eyton, Drying Process, 37
  • Factory Act, Alteration in the, 163
  • Factories, Management of the Government, 129
  • Fairburn, Kennedy, and Naylor, Messrs., Armour Plate Drilling Machine, 426
  • Fairburn, Kennedy, and Naylor, Messrs., Locomotive Frame Slotting Machine, 406
  • Fairburn, Kennedy, and Naylor, Messrs., Radial Drill, with Crow's Balance Table, 441,444
  • Fairlie, Mr. R. F., Railway Gauges, British Association, 112
  • Feed Heater, Messrs. Oswald and Swaddle, 322
  • Feed-water, Heating, 307
  • Feed-water for Portable Engines, 358, 378
  • Field Battery Equipment, The Now, 251
  • Field Boiler of the Ravee, 287
  • Fire Engines in Hamburgh, 277
  • Fishing by Steam, 70
  • Fleet Ditch and Low Level Sewer, Blackfriars, Details of Works at the Junction of, 196, 200, 204
  • Fletcher, Harrison, and Co., Messrs., Marine Engine for River Navigation, 164
  • Fletcher, Mr., The Rhysimeter, British Association, 90
  • Fletcher, C.E., Mr. L., Steam Boiler Legislation, British Association, 96
  • Flying Bridge with the Swiss Pile Driver, Erecting, 341
  • Flying Machines, 222
  • Foreign Mechanical Industry, 37, 178
  • Foreign Periodical Literature, 10, 25, 42, 60, 76, 94, 112, 130, 148, 166, 184, 204, 220, 238, 258, 275, 294, 310, 328, 348, 365, 382, 412, 429
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. J., 14 Horse-power Double Cylinder Ploughing Engine, 36
  • Fowler, Messrs. J., Implements at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 3
  • Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, 205
  • French Atlantic Cable, Repairs of the, 151
  • Fryer, Mr. A., Concretor, Messrs. Manlove and Alliott, 72, 74
  • Fuchs, Professor, Report on Earthquakes, 87
  • Fuel, A New--Compressed Leaves, 307
  • Furnace, Mr. S. Banks' Revolving Puddling, Iron and Steel Institute, 166
  • Furnace, M. Gruner's Contributions to the Chemistry of the Blast, 355
  • Furnace, Mr. Lowthian Bell on Mr. Ferrie's Self Coking Blast, Iron and Steel Institute, 143
  • Furnace and Rail Press, Orc Melting, Siemans' Steel Works, Landore, 236
  • Furnace, Mr. Siemans' Continuous glass Melting, 304
  • Furnace, Steel Melting, Siemans' Steel Works, Landore, 232
  • Furnaces, Mr. A. Howatson's Heating and Puddling, 197, 223
  • Furnaces in the Midland District, Mr. T. W. Plum, On Increasing the Height of, Iron and Steel Institute,
  • Furnaces, Hematite Iron Company, Works of, 54, 56, 87
  • Gadd and Moore, Messrs., Small Ware Loom, 146
  • Garrison Point Fort, 104
  • Gas, Eveleigh's System of Producing, 271
  • Gatling Guns, 383
  • Gauge, Automatic Discharge, Mr. T. Stevenson, F.R.S.E., M.I.C.E., British Institution, 95
  • Gauge, Changing, 186
  • Gauge, The Narrow, 109
  • Gauge, A New Steam, Professor Zenger, British Association, 124
  • Gauges, Railway, Mr. R. F. Fairlic, British Association, 112
  • Gauges, Steam, 33, 105
  • Gauges, Water, in the United States, 230
  • Gellerat and Co., Messrs., Decade of Steam Road Rolling in Paris, 446
  • Geometry, Elements of Plain and Solid, H. W. Watson, M.A., 238
  • German Word Building, 305
  • Gilbert and Cooper, Messrs., Cempound Screw Engines, 40
  • Gillott, Mr. T., On Pointed Roofs, British Association,
  • Girders Experiments on the Strength of Cast Iron,
  • Gjers, Mr. T., Ayrsomc Ironworks, Middlesbrough, Iron and Steel Institute, 140
  • Gladstone, F.R.S., Mr. J. IL, and Mr. A. Tribe, F.C.S., Experiments on Chemical Dynamics, British Association, 151
  • Glass, Professor Stokes on Researches of the Late Rev. W. Vernon Harcourt, on the Condition of Transparency in Glass, British Association, 170
  • Glatton, The, 348, 349, 376
  • Gloucester, A New Railway Station for, 260
  • Gloucester, Steam Ploughing in, 284
  • Gold Yield in the United Kingdom, 1861-69, 53
  • Grass Drill, Mr. R. Tooth, 205
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Circular of, 10
  • Greenwich Time, 447
  • Greig's System of Clearing Cane Fields, 70
  • Griffin, C.E., Mr. F., Permanent Way, 366, 378, 424
  • Gruner, Mr., Contribution to the Chemistry of the Blast Furnace, 355
  • Gun, Mr. Bessemer's New, 229
  • Gun-Cotton, 354
  • Gun-Cotton, How is it Made, 184
  • Gunpowder, Report of Committee on Explosive Substances, 10
  • Guns versus Targets, 147
  • Hammer, Invention of the Steam, 35
  • Hannah, Mr. S., Water Meter, 20
  • Harbours of Refuge, 241
  • Hayes, Mr. S. Dana, on the Destructive Distillation of Light Petroleum Naphthas at Comparatively Low Temperatures, 234
  • Haywood, Mr. J., Logovirsktche Bridge, Novotorsky Railway, 422, 423
  • Head, Wrightson, and Co., Messrs., Colliery Locomotive, 407
  • Hecate, Launch of the, 234
  • Hill and Ward, Messrs., Wire, 151
  • Hind and Son, Messrs., Treble-Geared Facing Lathe, 179
  • Hipkiss, Mr., Harding Steel Pens, 205
  • Hodgson, C.E., Mr. C., Wire Tramways, 168, 269, 365
  • Holmes, Mr., Self Lighting Inextinguishable Signal Lamp, 20
  • Hopkins, Gilkes, and Co., Messrs., Blowing Engine at Messrs. Gilkes, Wilson, Pease, and Co's. Works, Middlesbrough, 272, 277
  • Howatson, Mr. A., Heating and Puddling Furnaces, 197, 223
  • How to Photograph a Tracing without a Camera, 282
  • Hunt, Mr. J., Locomotive Engine for the 3ft. 6in. Gauge, 24
  • Hunter, Mr. G., Stone Cutting and Tunnelling Machine, 37
  • Hydra, H.M.S., Proposed Launch, 449
  • Hydraulic Bending Machinery for Pembroke Dockyard, 305
  • Hydrostatic Weighing Machines, Duckham's, 42
  • Illuminations in Warfare, 437
  • India, Engineering in, 144
  • India, Public Work in, 219, 230
  • India, Railway Communication with, 265, 306, 356
  • Indian College, 99
  • Indian Government Steam Traill Engine Ravee, Trip from Ipswich to Edinburgh, 287, 293, 313
  • Indian Railway Service, 155
  • Indian Railway Interest, 122
  • Indicator, Capt. Campbell's Range, 21
  • Industrial Classes in Egypt, 433
  • Institutes, Amalgamation of the Midland and Derbyshire Mining, 23
  • Institute of Engineers, The South Wales,
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL, 121, 15;
  • - Address of President, 139
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL (cont.)
  • - Ayresome Ironworks, Middlesbrough, with Remarks upon the Alteration in Size of Cleveland Furnaces, Mr. John Gjers, 140
  • - Composition of Gases Evolved from the Bessemer Converter during the Blow, Mr. George J. Snelus, 166
  • - Danks' Revolving Puddling Furnace, Mr. Samuel Banks, 166
  • - Excursion in Staffordshire and Shropshire, 186, 195, 223, 234
  • - Further Results of the Use of Hot Blast Fire-brick Stoves, Mr. Thomas Whitwell, 141
  • - Geological Features of South Staffordshire Coal Field in Special Reference to its Future Development, Mr. Henry Johnson, 140
  • - On Increasing the Height of Blast Furnaces in the Midland District, Mr. W. T. Plum, 141
  • - On Mr. Ferrie's Self Coking Blast Furnace, Mr. I. Lothian Boll, 143
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE MIDLAND:--
  • - Exhaustion as a Power for Underground Purposes Mr. H. Ogden, 426
  • Institute, South Staffordshire and East Worcestershire Mining, 325
  • Institute on Steam Boilers, The Franklin, 62
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, 11, 87, 181, 183, 310, 330
  • - Pneumatic Despatch Tubes, Mr. Carl Siemens, M. Inst. C.E.,
  • - Premiums Awarded, 181
  • - Stresses of Rigid Arches and other Curved Structures, Mr. W. Bell, M. Inst. C.E., 421
  • - Visit to Portsmouth Dockyard, 71
  • Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland, 271, 305
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS IN SCOTLAND :--
  • - Condenser for Steam Engines, Mr. J. W. McCarter, 423
  • - Temperature and Elasticity of Steam, Mr. Alex. Morton, 175
  • Institution, London, Finsbury Circus, 271
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :--
  • - Brake Drums on the Ingleby Incline, Mr. J. A. Haswell, Middlesbrough, 53, 69
  • - Compound Cylinder Blowing Engines at Lackcnby Ironworks, Mr. Alfred Hill, Middlesbrough, 53
  • - Geological Features of the Cleveland District, Mr.
  • - John Jones, Middlesbrough, 53
  • - Hematite Iron, Mr. W. Crossley, Middlesbrough, 52
  • - Miller's Cast Iron Steam Boilers, Mr. J. Laybourne, 306
  • - Preliminary Treatment of Materials used in the Manufacture of Pig Iron in the Cleveland District, Mr. Lowthian Bell, Middlesbrough, 52
  • - Simple Construction of Steam Engine Governor, Mr. J. Head, Middlesbrough, 53
  • - Steam Boilers with Small Water Space, and Root's Tube Boiler, Mr. C. Cochrane, Middlesbrough, 69
  • - Wire Tramways, Mr. Hamilton Weldon Pendred, C.E., 269
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :--
  • - Circular of the Secretary, Mr. Merrifield, 305
  • INSTITUTION, THE ROYAL:--
  • - Animal Mechanics, Rev. S. Haughton, M.D., F.R.S., 37
  • Inventors in America, 260
  • Iron Bridges on the Continent, 418
  • Ironclads, 342, 360
  • Ironclads, Centre Board, 259
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 15, 31, 49, 65, 83, 101, 119, 137, 155, 173, 191, 209, 227, 245, 263, 281, 299, 317, 335, 353, 371, 387, 401, 417, 435, 453
  • Iron to the Construction of Bridges, andc., Treatise on the Application of, Francis Campin, C.E., 446
  • Iron Fronts for Buildings, 342
  • Iron Making, Economic Devices in, 277
  • Iron Rail, 304
  • Iron Rails, Improvements in, 367
  • Iron Sections, 449
  • Iron Shipbuilding in Italy, 251
  • Iron and Steel Institute (See Institute)
  • Iron Surfaces, Preservation of, 427
  • Iron Trade, The Wages Question in the, 278
  • Iron Tubes, Strength of, 147
  • Ironworks, The Ayresome, Mr. John Gjers' Description of, Iron and Steel Institute, 140
  • Irrigation, Sewage. 273, 395
  • Irriagation versus Disinfectants, 237
  • Jacket, The Steam, 347
  • Jenkin, Prof. Fleeming, Address at Edinburgh, 80
  • Jessop and Co., Messrs., Combined Portable and Steam Fire Engine, 92
  • Johnson, Mr. H., Geological Features of the South Staffordshire Coal Field, Iron and Steel Institute, 140
  • Journal Friction in Steam Engines, W. J. Macquorn Rankine, LL.D., F.R.S., 283
  • King.Mr. C., Cab, 277
  • King's College Prizes, 34
  • Klerity's Parallel Motion, 161
  • Knitting Machine, The "Little Rapid," Mr. Bickford, 407
  • Labour, Value of, 219
  • Laird and Sons, Messrs., Twin Screw Inverted Direct-acting Engines and Boilers, 325, 326
  • Lamp, Mr. Holmes' Self-lighting Inextinguishable Signal, 20
  • Lamp, A New, Dr. Bachhoffner, 260
  • Lancaster and Carlisle Railway Company Dividend, 138
  • Landore Steel Works, The, 231
  • Lathe, Messrs. Hind and Sonís Treble-Geared Facing, 179
  • Launch of the Korara, 131
  • Launch, Mr. T. Messenger's 35ft. Paddle Wheel Steam, 307, 308, 342
  • Law Courts, The New, 165
  • Law of Resistance to the Passage of Air through Pipes of Different Diameters and Lengths of Various Velocities, Mr. Spiller, M.I.C.E., on, 312
  • Lawson and Mansergh, Messrs., Pumping Machinery, Caterham Asylum, 218, 222
  • LEADING ARTICLES :--
  • - Adhesion of Traction Engines, 257
  • - Arbitration, 294
  • - Asbestos Piston-rod Packing, 428
  • - Breakwaters, 41
  • - Celestial Engineering, 327
  • - Coal in the Navy, 273
  • - Disinfectants, 75
  • - End of the Strike, 257
  • - Euphrates Valley Line, 9
  • - Examinations for Direct Appointments in the Public Works Department, India, 75
  • - Field Artillery, 397
  • - Fish Torpedo, The, 381
  • - Glatton, The, 348
  • - Guns v. Targets, 147
  • - Heating Feed-water, 397
  • - Heavy Rifled Ordnance, 411
  • - Hematite Ore and Iron of Cumberland, 59
  • - Indian Civil Engineering College, 25, 94
  • - Indian Government Steam Train, 293
  • - India-rubber v. Iron Tires, 25
  • - Inefficient Drainage, 411
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, 183
  • - Intercommunication in Trains, 309
  • - Irrigation v. Disinfectants, 237
  • - Jacketed Cylinders, 381
  • - Large Castings, 237
  • - Macadamised Roads, 445
  • - Management of the Government Factories, 129
  • - Mechanical Section of the British Association, 111
  • - Megaera, The, 43, 293
  • - Megaera Court Martial, The, 363
  • - Metropolitan District Railway, 9
  • - New Law Courts, 165
  • - Nine Hours' Movement, 201
  • - Patent Office References, 274
  • - Portable Engine Boilers, 327

LEADING ARTICLES (cont.):--

  • - Preservation of Iron Surfaces, 427
  • - Projectiles for 25-Ton Guns, 445
  • - Public Works in India, 219
  • - Railway Axles, 412
  • - Railways in Ceylon, 59
  • - Railways in Turkey, 202
  • - Reed as an Oracle, Mr., 111
  • - Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Cardiff, 60
  • - Sewage Irrigation, 273
  • - Sewage Poison, 412
  • - Sewerage of Large Towns, 347
  • - Steam on Common Roads, 41
  • - Steam Engine Cylinders, 427
  • - Steam, Jacket, The, 347
  • - Steam Omnibuses, 165
  • - Steel Locomotive Boilers, 382
  • - Stowmarket Explosion, 129, 183
  • - Strength of Iron Tubes, 147
  • - Strength of Struts, 309
  • - Thames Conservancy, 201
  • - Thomson, on the Origin of Life, Sir William, 93
  • - Value of Labour, 219
  • - What should a Road Locomotive Weigh, 364
  • Leamington Model Sewage Works, 296
  • Legislation, Traction Engine, 34
  • Lehrbuch der Mechanik in Elementarcs Darstellung, Ad. Wernicko, 42
  • Lehrbuch der Physikalischen Mechanik, Dr. Heinrick Buff, 42
  • Leslie, C. R. M. J., Salmon Ladder, British Association, 89
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :--
  • - Aberdeen Breakwater, W. Dyer Cay, 288
  • - Air Pumps and Condensers, Tantalus, 259
  • - Albert Bridge, The, A. K., 179
  • - Albert Bridge, The, R. Maurell, 168
  • - Babbage and Clements, D., 324
  • - Biddulph Valley Explosion, Experience, 122
  • - Bite of Elastic Wheels, C. G. Kleberg, 62
  • - Bite of Road Driving Wheels, L. J. Todd, 259, 271
  • - Bogie Cars, AV. J. Cockburn Muir, 378
  • - Bogie Cars, J. Hind, jun., 360
  • - Bogie Tramway Cars, Frank H. Storie, 324
  • - Boiler Explosions, D. H., 144
  • - Boiler Explosions, E. Mirehin, 144
  • - British Association, T., 98
  • - Carr's Disintegrating Flour Mills, Robert Douglass, 144
  • - Centre-board Ironclads, R. N. T. C., 259
  • - Civil Engineers and Indian Uncovenanted Service, C. E., 179
  • - Coal in the Navy, Horne, 424
  • - Coal in the Navy, John Pinchbeck, 379
  • - Coal in the Navy, R. Wood Running, 360
  • - Committee on Patent Law, Esse non Videri, 19
  • - Concentration of Steam without Air Pumps, R. J. AV., 378
  • - Daily Motion of a Brick Tower Caused by Solar Heat Alex. W. Mackay, 313
  • - Disinfecting Armour, J. M. Hyde, 195, 230
  • - Deflecting Armour, II. Thomas, 223
  • - Devastation and Cyclops Ironclads, The, E. Gardener Fishbourne, 96, 122
  • - Duckham's Hydrostatic Weighing Machine, E. Duckham, 424
  • - Employment of Surveyor Arthur Catos, and F. M. Rickman, 62
  • - Engineering in India, A Civil Engineer, 141
  • - English Mechanic, Scientific, and Mechanical Society, Manchester, F. G. Wood, lion. Sec., 179
  • - Eveleigh's System of Producing Gas, AV. H, Beck, 271
  • - Examinations for the Public Works Department, India, Medicus, 104
  • - Eyth's,Valve Gear, John W. Hackworth, 144
  • - Flying Machines, Major J. Scott Phillips, 222
  • - Galvanic Battery Elements, W. H. Coffin, 323
  • - Glass Bearings, K. W. H., 313
  • - Griffin's Permanent Way, G. Featherstone Griffin, C.E., M.S.E, 425
  • - Griffin's Permanent Way, Platelayer, 378
  • - Heating Feed-water for Portable Engines, J. Pinchbeck, 378
  • - Howatson's Furnace, Andrew Howatson, 223
  • - Hutchinson's Rolling Stock, General, J. W. Wilson C.E., 98, 167
  • - Hydrostatic Speed Measures, W. J. M. Rankine, 195
  • - Improved Air Pump, An, Robert Edge, 360
  • - Indian Examination, C. E., 122
  • - Invention of the Steam Hammer, F. S. Rowlands, 35
  • - Inventors and their Right as Distinguished from Patent Law, A. Crestadoro, 35
  • - Ironclad Ships, H. Faiga, 360
  • - Ironclads, J. Haddan, 342
  • - Is Electricity a Force ? W. H. Preece, 230, 271
  • - Is Electricity a Force ? Your Reviewer, 259, 288
  • - Jacketed Cylinders, G. Dowell, 407, 424
  • - Jacketed Cylinders, Paul Kaeuffer. 341, 378, 395
  • - Jacketed Cylinders, A. Wallace, 378
  • - Lighthouses in China, James N. Douglass, 271
  • - Liquefaction of Steam, A Student, 442
  • - Liquefaction of Steam a Measure of Work, John C Fell, 424
  • - Loss of the Captain, M. AV. Ruthven, C.E., 105
  • - Mendez System of Building Ships, George Bush, C.E., 35
  • - Newcastle Strike, Tubal-Cain, 223
  • - Nillus' Improvement in Breech-loading Ordnance, L. De Fontaine Moreau and Co., 98
  • - Passenger Signals, A. Mackie, 378
  • - Patent Right, G. W., 62
  • - Ponts-et-Chaussees and the Commune, C. M. Poole, 3
  • - Portsmouth Dockyard, Dock Labourer, 105
  • - Public Policy of a Patent Law, W. Spence, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 35,122
  • - Public Works in India, Confidential, 230
  • - Rhysimeter, The, E. L. Berthon, 144, 169
  • - Rhysimeter, The, St. John Vincent Day, 195
  • - Rhysimoter, The, Alfred E. Fletcher, 144
  • - Rhysimeter, The, Log, 104, 179
  • - Rhysimeter, The, Lover of Justice, 104
  • - Rhysimetev, The, Alex. R. Terry, 179
  • - Road Locomotives, W. Campbell Muir, 324
  • - Road Locomotives, Lieutenant R. E. Crompton, 408
  • - Road Locomotives, Arthur G. Fenn, 378
  • - Road Locomotives, AV. AV. Harris, 408
  • - Russian Railways, Translator, 342
  • - Safety for Coal Miners, Economy to all Concerned, J. Deacon, 259, 324
  • - Sewage Irrigation, D. and S. E., 395
  • - Seymour Rudder, A Constant Reader, 269
  • - Short Route to America, A. Seal, 288
  • - Smoke Nuisance in the Navy, T. S. Prideaux, 412
  • - Steam Boiler Legislation, C. J. L., 122
  • - Steam Boiler Legislation, Edward Malbon, 122
  • - Steam Gauges, Y., 105
  • - Steam Launch, A. Sedley, 342
  • - Steam Omnibuses, Engineer, 180
  • - Steam Omnibuses, Lewis Olrick, 180
  • - Steam on the Road, J. F. Cole, 325
  • - Strength of Struts, David Kirkaldy, 312
  • - Strength of Timber Struts, W. J. Macquorn Rankine, 323
  • - Strength of Timber Struts, Thomas D. Ridley, 360
  • - Strength of Timber Struts, B. B. Stoney, 378
  • - Torpedoes, A. Alexander, 408
  • - Torpedoes, Philip Braham, 408, 424
  • - Torpedoes, J. Haddan, 223
  • - Torpedoes, George Warsop, 408
  • - Traction Engines, J. W. Gordon, 223, 230
  • - Traction Engines, J. H., 169
  • - Traction Engines, A. Schmid, 62
  • - Tramway Cars, J. R. Boger, 259
  • - Tramways, M. M. E., 230
  • - Treatment of Town Sewage, Lawson and Mansergh, 167
  • - Trial Trip of the Ravee, Lieutenant R. E. Crompton, 318
  • - Trial Trip of the Ravee, J. H. K., 313
  • - Trial Trip of the Ravee, Lewis Olrick, 314

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (cont.):--

  • - Tunbridge Wells Sewage, W. Hope, 181
  • - Utilisation of Slag, John Milroy, 342
  • - Ventilation of Sewers, Burrell and Valpy, 442
  • - Warming Buildings, A. H., 341
  • - Water Gauges in the United States, J. A. Rogers, 230
  • - Wolverhampton Trials, The, Alex. W. Wallace, 360
  • - Working Railways, J. Smith, 181
  • LETTERS PATENT, 198,
  • Lighthouse, The Sha-wei-Shan, China, 188
  • Lighthouses on the Coast of British Burmah, 442
  • Light Railways, 28
  • Liimfjord, Proposed Bridge over the, 366
  • LITERATURE :--
  • - Complete Course of Problems m Practical Plano Geometry for Use of Students Preparing for Examination by the Science and Art Department in First, Second, and Third Grade of Practical Geometry, John W. Palliser, 365
  • - Elementary Treatise on Natural Philosophy, A. Privat, Translated by J. D. Everett, M.A., D.C.L. Deschanel, 419
  • - Elemente der Graphischen Static, J. Bauschinger, 364
  • - Elements of Plane and Solid Geometry, H. W. Watson, M.A., 238
  • - Explanatory Mensuration for the Use of Schools, Rev. A. Riley, M.A., 445
  • - Handbook of Practical Telegraphy, R. S. Culley, 202
  • - Lehrbuch der Mechanik in Elementarer Darstellung, andc., Ad. Wernicko, 42
  • - Lehrbuch der Physikalischen Mechanik, Dr. Heinrich Baff, 42
  • - Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civi Engineers, with Abstracts of the Discussions, Mr. James Forest, A.I.C.E., 328
  • - Model Dockyard Handy-book, 446
  • - Neues Handworterbuch der Chemie, Dr. Hermann von Fehling, 419
  • - Observations on Comets from B.C. 611 to A.D. 1610, John Williams, F.S.A., 446
  • - Om Jernet som Kanonmatenal af, C. W. Carstens Bergkandidst, 364
  • - Plans of Cheap Colliery Houses, andc., Mr. J. Povey Harper, 446
  • - Power in Motion, Horse-power, Wheel Gearing, Driving Bands, and Angular Forces, James Armour, C.E., 238
  • - Practical Treatise on the Condensation of Steam, N. P. Burgh, 203
  • - Repertorium des Technischen Mathematischen und Naturwissenschaftlichen, F. Schotte, 364
  • - Rudimentary Treatise on Analytical Geometry and Conic Sections, James Hann, 419
  • - Switches and Crossings, William Donaldson, M.A., A.I.C.E., 238
  • - Treatise on the Application of Iron to the Construction of Bridges, andc., Francis Campin C.E., 416
  • - Unterrichtshefte fur den Gesammten Maschinnbau, C. G. Weitzel, 364
  • - Verhandlungcn des Vereins zur Beforderung des Gewerbflieses in Preusson, Herr Reuleaux, 364
  • - Zweiterbericht der Standigen Commission fur die Adria an die Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaft Betrieffend die Jahre 1869,1870, Geroldssohn, 42
  • Literature, Foreign Periodical, 10, 25, 42, 60,76, 94, 112, 130, 148, 166, 184, 204, 220, 238, 258,275, 294, 310, 328, 348, 365, 382, 412, 429
  • Locomotive, Mr. C. Burrell's 12 Horse Power Road, 40
  • Locomotive, Messrs. Head, Wrightson, and Co.'s. Colliery, 407
  • Locomotive, Narrow Gauge Passenger, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 160
  • Locomotive Performance, Remarkable, 130
  • Locomotive in Woolwich Arsenal, Narrow Gauge, Messrs. Manning, Wardle, and Co., 182
  • Locomotive Works, North British Railway, 429
  • Locomotives in the Metropolis, 284
  • Locomotives, Road, 324
  • Logovishtche Bridge, Novotorsky Railway, Mr. J. Haywood, 422, 423
  • London Coal Trade, The, 424
  • London Gazette, The 191
  • Loom, Messrs. Gadd and Moore s Small Ware, 146
  • Lord Warden, H.M.S., Ashore, 144
  • McCarter, Mr. J. W., Condenser for Steam Engines, 423
  • Machine that can Talk, Laugh, and Sing, 288
  • Machinery in the Field, 144
  • Mackie, Mr., Steam Typo Composing Machine, 178
  • Magloria, Twin Screw Engines of the Steamship (see supplement), 284
  • Mallet, Mr. Robert, Unwritten Chapter of the Messrs, Narrow Gauge Locomotive in Woolwich Arsenal, 182
  • Mansion House Station, Opening of the, 11
  • Manure, A New Sewage, 263
  • Markets, Metal, Oil, Timber. (See last page of every Number.)
  • Martinique Sugar Mill, A, 277
  • Martin's Condenser, International Exhibition. Messrs. Curtis, Parr, and Madeley, Engineers, 21
  • Martin's Self-acting Weir, 26
  • Megaera, The, 93, 224, 293
  • Megaera, Royal Commission on the, 357
  • Megaera Court Martial, 363
  • Megaera, Stores of the, 368
  • Melbourne and Goalpara Meteorites, 307
  • Mensuration for the Use of Schools, Explanatory, Rev. A. Riley, 445
  • Mersey Steel and Iron Company, Seventh Annual Meeting, 120
  • Messenger, Mr. T., 35ft. Paddle-wheel Steam Launch, 307, 308, 342
  • Metallurgy of Iron, An Unwritten Chapter of the, 403
  • Meter, Mr. S. Hannah's Water, 20
  • Meteorite, The Breltenbach, 213
  • Meteorites, The Melbourne and Goalpara, 307
  • Meters, Water, as in Use by Water Mr. J. Reid, F.R.S.S.A., Royal Scottish Society of Arts, 169
  • Metropolitan District Railway, 4
  • Middlesborough, Description of, 319
  • Middlesborough, High School, 382
  • Militia Breech-loaders, 379
  • Mill, Disintegrating Flour, Mr. T. Carr, British Association, 105, 144
  • Miller's Tubulous Boilers, 70
  • Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, James Forrest, Assoc. Inst., C.E., 328
  • Miscellanea, 7, 27, 39, 61, 73, 91, 116, 123, 145, 159, 177, 199, 217, 235, 252, 267, 285, 311, 321, 339, 361, 373, 391, 409, 425, 443
  • Missouri Lead Discoveries, 216
  • Model Colliery Plant, A, 295
  • Mont Cenis Railway, 44
  • Mortar, Selenitic, 413
  • Morton's, Mr A., Temperature and Elasticity of Steam, Inst. of Engineers in Scotland, 176
  • Movement, The Nine Hours', 201
  • Mont Cenis Tunnel, The Opening of the, 204, 212, 233, 247
  • Narrow Gauge, The, 109
  • Narrow Gauge Railway m Russia, 266
  • Natural Philosophy, Elementary Treatise on, A. Privat Deschanel, Translated by J. D. Everett, M.A.. D.C.L., F.R.S.E., 419
  • Naval Construction, Our, 12
  • Naval Engineers' Movement, 379
  • Navy, Coal in the, 273, 314, 360, 379, 424
  • Navy, Smoke Nuisance in the, 442
  • Newcastle Strike, 144, 223, 261
  • Nillus, M., Breech-loading Ordnanes, 55
  • Nine Hours' Movement, 201
  • Nine Hours' Movement at Orwell Works, Ipsich, 374
  • North British Railway Locomotive Works, 429
  • Norton, Prof., Physical Constitution of the Sun, 22
  • Notes and Memoranda, 7, 27, 39, 61. 73, 91, 116, 123, 145,159, 177, 199, 217, 235, 252, 267, 285, 311, 321, 339, 361, 375, 391, 402, 425, 443
  • Notes from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 16, 32, 50, 66, 84, 102, 120, 138, 156, 174, 192, 210, 228, 246, 264, 282, 300, 318, 336, 354, 372, 388, 402, 418, 436, 453
  • Notes on Photometry, 229
  • Notes from Scotland, 15, 32, 50, 66, 84, 101, 120, 138, 156, 174, 192, 210, 228, 245, 263, 281, 300, 318, 336, 354, 372, 388, 402, 418, 436, 453
  • Notices to Correspondents, 9, 25, 41, 59, 75, 93, 111, 129, 147, 165, 183, 201, 219, 237, 257, 273, 293, 309, 327, 347, 363, 381, 397, 411, 427, 445
  • OBITUARY :--
  • - Babbage, Mr, C., 284
  • - Burgoyne, Field Marshal Sir John F., 248
  • - Cail, Mr. Jean Francois, 330
  • - Dunn, C.E., Mr. T., 435
  • - Dyke, Mr. Charles, 115
  • - Easton, Mr. J ames, 296, 306,
  • - Meiklcham, Mr. Robert, 186
  • - Murchison, Sir Roderick, 284
  • - Mushet, Mr. Robert, 161
  • - Newlands, Mr. J., 40
  • - Parkes, Mr. J., 122
  • - Pease, Mr. Walter, 408
  • - Sommeiller, M., 62
  • - Tuxford, Mr. W. W., 122
  • - Wicksteed, Mr. T., 383
  • Ogden, Mr. H., on Exhaustion as a Power for Underground Purposes, 426
  • Oldham School of Science and Art, 230
  • Omnibuses, Steam, 165, 180
  • Om Jernet som Kanonmaterial, C. W. Carstens- Bergkandidst, 364
  • Opening of the Mansion House Station, 11
  • Opening of the Nottingham Trent Bridge, 57
  • Ordnance, Heavy Rifled, 411
  • Ordnance of the Middle Ages, Breech-loading, 195
  • Ordnance, Nillus' Breech-loading, 55, 98
  • Ore and Iron in Cumberland, Hematite, 59
  • Orwell Works, Ipswich, The Nine Hours' Movement at 374
  • Osborne, The Royal Paddle-Yacht, 271
  • Oswald and Swaddle, Messrs., Feed-heater, 323
  • Ozonised Ether, 144
  • Packing, Asbestos Piston-rod, 428
  • Parachute Light Balls, Gen. Boxer, 4S7
  • Parallel Motion, M. Klerity's, 161
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway Goods Engine, 337, 358, 359, 362
  • Paris Workmen, Migration of, 307
  • Particulars of the Trial Trip of the Ravee, 357
  • Passages Bay, New Works, 240
  • Patent Law, 373
  • Patent Law, Committee on, 19, 449
  • Patent Law, Inventors, and their Rights as distinguished from, 35
  • Patent Law, Public Policy of, 35, 122
  • Patent Law Reform, Meeting of London Agents, 8
  • Patent Law, Report of the Select Committee on, 19
  • Patent, A Nonsensical, 127
  • Patent Right, 62
  • Pearn, Messrs. R. and F., Donkey Pump, 305
  • Pendred, C.E., Mr. H. W., On Wire Tramways, 269
  • Permanent Way, Mr. F. Griffin, C.E., 366, 378. 424
  • Peterman, Dr., News of the German North Pole Explorers, 300
  • Photographic Dry Process, Mr. T. Sutton, B.A., British Association, 151
  • Photometry, Notes on, 229
  • Pile Driving in Deep Water with Towle's "Spider," 160
  • Plant at the Furness Ironworks, 58
  • Ploughs and Traction Engines, Steam, 301
  • Plum, Mr. T. W., Blast Furnaces in the Midland District, Iron and Steel Institute, 41
  • Poison Sewage, 412
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, 105
  • Portsmouth Dockyard Extension, 71
  • Portsmouth Harbour Works, 35
  • Power in Motion, Horse Power, andc., James Armour, C.E., 238
  • Premiums Awarded by the Institution of Civil Engineers, 181
  • Prentice, Messrs., Plan of Works, Stowmarkct, 178
  • Price of Minerals, 365
  • Private Bills, 10, 38, 60, 112, 130, 399
  • Private Bills in Committee, 10, 38
  • Private Bills of the Session, 60
  • Problems in Practical Plane Geometry for Use of Students Preparing for Examinations, conducted by Science and Art Department in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Grade "Practical Geometry," J. W. Palliser, 365
  • Progress in Russia, 144, 221
  • Projectiles, Development of Armour Piercing, 448
  • Projectiles for 25-ton Guns, 445
  • Propeller, Mr. H. B. Young, 186
  • Propeller, Mr. Wimshurst's Improvements in Screw, 376
  • Prospectus of the Excelsior Hydraulic Gold Washing Company of California, 266
  • Proof Butts at Woolwich, 271
  • Prussia, Breech-loaders in, 249
  • Prussian Mortars, 191
  • Puddling Apparatus, Mr. J. J. Bodmer, 161
  • Pump Air, 360
  • Pump, Donkey, Messrs. R. and F. Pearn. 305
  • Pump "Hercules" Steam, Messrs. Winder Brothers, 240
  • Pumping Machinery, Caterham Asylum, Messrs. Lawson and Mansergh, 218, 222
  • Pumps, Subterranean, 166
  • Rail, Winby's Reversible, 38
  • Railway, Chief Characteristic of the Ceylon, 62
  • Railway Communication with India, 265, 306, 356
  • Railway Expenditure, Details of, 337, 338
  • Railway Matters, 7, 27, 39, 61, 73, 91, 116,123, 145, 159, 177, 199, 217, 235, 252, 267, 285, 304, 311, 321, 339, 361, 375, 391, 409, 425, 443
  • Railway, Metropolitan District, 9
  • Railway Peril, A New, 402
  • Railway Reform, 191
  • Railway, Underground, in America, 212
  • Railway's, Narrow Gauge, 38
  • Railway's, Russian, 342
  • Railways in Turkey, 31
  • Railways, Working, 181
  • Rainfall Committee, 1870-71, Report of, Mr. G. J. Symons, British Association, 108
  • Ramsbottom, Dinner to Mr., 216
  • Ramsbottom Trough in the United States, 163
  • Random Notes in Cleveland, 265, 319
  • Rankine, C.E., LL.D., F.R.S,, W. J. Macquorn, on Journal Friction in Steam Engines, 283
  • Ravee, Experimental Trip of the Indian Government Steam Train Engine, 287, 293, 313
  • Ravee, Particulars of the Trial Trip of the, 357
  • Reaping Machine, Messrs. Wood's Self-delivering, 440
  • Redcar Pier, The New, 146
  • Red Hematite at Lough Erne, 383
  • Reed, Mr., as an Oracle, 111
  • Reed, Mr. E. J., and Sir Spencer Robinson, 182
  • References, Patent Office, 274
  • Reid and Co., Messrs. B., Irrigating Drill, 384
  • Reid, F.R.S.S.A., Mr. J., Water Meters as in Use by Water Companies, Royal Scottish Society of Arts, 169
  • Repertorium der Technischen Mathematischen und Naturwissenschaftlichen, F. Schotte, 364
  • Report of Committee on Sewage, British Association 133
  • Report of Committee on Waste in Combustion, 125
  • Report of the Rainfall Committee, 1870-71, Mr. G. J. Symons, British Association, 108
  • Report of the Select Committee on Patent Law, 19
  • Reservoir Recorder for the Southport Water Works, Mr. W. II. Bailey, 358
  • Results of the Trials of Steam Cultivating Machinery at Wolverhampton, 1871, 303
  • Rhysimeter, The, 143, 169, 179, 195
  • Rbysimeter, The, Mr. Fletcher, British Association, 90, 104
  • Rivers Pollution Commissioners, Visit to a Sewage Farm of the Methyr Local Board, 305
  • Road Driving Wheels, On the Bite of, 254, 271
  • Road Rolling in Paris, Decade of Steam, Messrs. Gellerat and Co., 446
  • Road Locomotive, What Should it Weigh, 364
  • Road Steamers, 374, 378, 408
  • Roads, Macadamised, 445
  • Roads, Steam on Common, 41
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., 10-H.P. Semi-fixed Engine, International Exhibition, 24
  • Roche-Tolay, M. de la, Rock boring Machinery, 395, 396
  • Rock Boring in Cleveland District, 408
  • Rockboring Machinery, M. do la Roche-Tolay, 395, 396
  • Rockwood, Prof., on the Daily Motion of a Brick Tower Caused by Solar Heat, American Journal of Science of Arts, 198
  • Rolling Mill Belts, Mr. J. Christie, 182
  • Rolling Stock, General Hutchinson's, 97,167
  • Roofs, Mr. T. Gillott on Pointed, British Association, 88
  • Root, Mr. J. B., Boiler, 143
  • Ropes, Strength of, 124
  • Rosing, Mr. Ulrick, "Norway" Steam Cultivating Tackle, 163
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Cardiff, 142, 157
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Wolverhampton (See Society)
  • Rudder, The Seymour, 169
  • Russia, Progress in, 194, 221
  • Safes, Mr. Whitfield, 124
  • St. Helens Locomotive Works, Sale of Plant and Machinery at, 162
  • Sale of Machinery at the Albert Ironworks, Warrington, 390
  • Sale of Machinery at Birmingham, 325
  • Sale of Plant and Machinery at St. Helens Locomotive Works, 162
  • Salmon Ladder, Mr. J. Leslie, C.E., British Association, 89
  • Salt Making, Improvements in, 312
  • Scott Gun Carriage, The, 390
  • Scott, M.I.C.E., M.I.N.A., Mr. M., Ships of War, British Association, 95
  • Selenitic Mortar, 413
  • Sewage Farming, 330, 367, 414
  • Sewage, Report of Committee on, British Association, 133
  • Sewage Works, Leamington Model, 296
  • Sewage, Treatment of Town, 167
  • Sewage, Tunbridge Wells. 181
  • Sewerage, Birmingham, 314, 329, 355
  • Sewerage of Large Towns, 347
  • Sewers, Ventilation of, 442
  • Seymour, Mr. G., Steering Apparatus, 128
  • Sha-Wei-Shan Lighthouse, China, The, 188
  • Shearing Machine at the Bowesfield Ironworks, Messrs. J. Bennie and Co., 295
  • Shipbuilding on the Clyde, 49, 360
  • Ships, Composite, 195
  • Ships, Mendez System of Building, 35
  • Ships of War, Mr. M. Scott, M.I.C.E., M.I.N.A., British Association, 95
  • Short Route to America, 275, 288
  • Siege Operations at Chatham, 284
  • Siemens' Continuous Glass Melting Furnace, 304
  • Siemens' M.I.C.E., F.R.S., Mr. C. W., The Steam Blast, British Association, 132
  • Signals, Passenger, 378
  • Simons' and Co., Messrs., Steam Dredger, 50 Nominal Horse-power, for the Dundee Harbour Trustees, Mr. D. Cunningham, C.E., 250, 251
  • Sinnette, Assoc. I. N. A., Mr. J. L., Curved Tillers, 322
  • Situ, Discovery of Diamonds in, 239
  • Slag, Utilisation of, 342
  • Slotting Machine, Messrs. Fairburn, Kennedy, and Naylor's Locomotive Frame, 406
  • SMITHFIELD CLUB SHOW, 385, 392
  • - Asken, Mr., Refrigerator, 392
  • - Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Steam Road Roller, 393
  • - Ayshford, Mr., Adjustable Dog Cart, 393
  • - Boby, Mr., Grain Propelled Screen, 393
  • - Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Iron Wheel, 392
  • - Clayton and Shuttle worth, Messrs., Thrasher Framing, 392
  • - Coleman and Morton, Potato Digger, 392
  • - Fisken, Mr., Steam Ploughing System, 392
  • - Forbes, Colonel, Rotary Pump, 393
  • - Mackinder, Mr., Elastic Wheel, 392
  • - Page, Mr. W., Corn Screen, 392
  • - Perowne, Mr., Gardner's Turnip Cutter, 393
  • - Pollard and Jephson, Messrs., Gate Bolt, 393
  • Smoke and Heat Precipitator, Messrs. Tangye, 322
  • Snelus, Mr. G. J., Gases Evolved from the Bessemer Converter, Iron and Steel Institute, 167
  • SOCIETY, THE AERONAUTICAL :--
  • - Aerial Flight as Dependent on Man's Muscular Exertion, Mr. Wenham, 60
  • - Particulars of Experiments made January, 1846, to Ascertain the Law of Resistance to the Passage of Air through Pipes of Different Diameters and Lengths of various Velocities, Mr. J. Spiller, M.I.C.E., 312
  • - Resistance of Air Through Passages of Different Lengths, Mr. Bandler, 60
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL SCOTTISH :--
  • - Quantitative Method of Testing a Telegraph Earth, Mr. W. E Arlyton, 187
  • SOCIETY OF BENGAL, THE ASIATIC:--
  • - Water Meters as in Use by Water Companies, Mr. J. Reid, F.R.S.S.A., 169
  • SOCIETY, THE CHEMICAL:--
  • - Burnt Iron and Steel, W. H. Johnson, B. Sc , 367
  • - Essential Oils, Dr. J. H. Gladstone, 408
  • - Eulyte and Dyolite, Mr. Henry Bassett, 439
  • - Nitration Products of the Dichlorophenol Sulphuric Acids, Dr. H. E. Armstrong, 439
  • SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN:--
  • - Accidents to Railway Structures, Mr. T. C. Clarke, 271
  • SOCIETY, CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :--
  • - Light Railways, Mr. W. Lawford, M.I.C.E., 28
  • SOCIETY, EDINBURGH AND LEITH ENGINEERS', 299
  • - Bell and Helmet Diving, Mr. Alan Brebner, C.E., 421
  • - Marine Propulsion, Mr. Alexander B. W. Kennedy, 383
  • - Some Curiosities in Surveying, Mr. G. Romanes, C.E., 337
  • - Tramways, Mr. Hugh C. Bell, C.E., 395
  • - Water Supply of Cities and Towns, Mr. A. Leslie, C.E., 299
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING, KINGíS COLLEGE:--
  • - Carbonate of Soda, Mr. Gamble, 307
  • - Fleet of the Future for Commerce, for War, Mr. W. M. Vivian, 390
  • - History of the Steam Engine, Mr. Terry, 325
  • - Theory of the Microscope, Mr. R. W. Baynes, 337
  • - Travel in Iceland, Mr. Milne and Mr. Watt's, 296
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, 83, 144, 212, 383, 395, 408
  • - Floating Breakwaters, Mr. T. Cargill, C.E., A.B., A.I.C.E., 431
  • Society, English, Mechanic, Scientific, and Mechanical, Manchester, 179, 390
  • Society, Royal Agricultural, at Cardiff, 60, 142, 157
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL, WOLVERHAMPTON, 1, 51
  • - Anchor, Mr. Campain's, 1,
  • - Awards in Implement Department, 18
  • - Boiler, Miller's Tubulous, Isca Foundry Company, 70
  • - Cane Fields, Greig's System of Clearing, 70
  • - Chenab, Trial of the, 17
  • - Cultivator, Turning, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 5
  • - Drill, Steam Seed, Messrs. J. Fowler and Company, 4
  • - Engine with Details, Messrs. Tuxford's, 1
  • - Engine, Messrs. J. and F. Howard, 1
  • - Engine, 12-H.P. Traction, Messrs. J. Fowler and Company, 3, 8, 17
  • - Engine, Trial of Messrs. Amies and Barford's 10- H.P. 3
  • - Engine, Trial of Messrs. Aveling and Porter's 6- H-P., 2
  • - Engine, Trial of Messrs. Aveling and Porter's Traction, 10-H.P., 2
  • - Engine, Trial of Messrs. Burrell's 8-H.P., 2
  • - Engine, Trial of Messrs. Howard's 10-H.P. Traction, 3
  • - Engine, Trial of Messrs. Ransome and Head's 8- H.P, 2
  • - Extractor, Root and Stone, Messrs. J. Fowler and Company, 3, 8
  • - List of Steam Gauges Exhibited, 33
  • - Particulars of Preliminary Trial of Traction Engines on Saturday, July 1st, 1871, 6
  • - Particulars of the Trial of Steam Cultivating Machinery, 6
  • - Particulars of the Trial of Traction Engines at Barnhurst, July 3rd, 1871, 6
  • - Particulars of Trial of Traction Engines on Brake, 6
  • - Particulars of Trip of Traction Engines from Wolverhampton to Stafford, July 6th, 1871, 19
  • - Plough, Mr. Jefferies' Turnwrest Double-Furrow, 55
  • - Stone Breaker, Archer's, Dunton Engine Works, 18
  • - Stone Breaker, Blake's, Messrs. H. R. Marsden and Company, 18
  • - Valve Gear, Mr. Eyth, 106
  • - Van for Men, Sleeping, Messrs. J. Fowler and Company, 5
  • - Vernon Cup, 33
  • - Wagon, Improved Three-wheeled, Messrs. J. Fowler and Company, 4
  • - Windlass, Messrs. Barrows and Stewart's Steam Ploughing, 71
  • - Windlass, Messrs. Tuxford's and Sons' Steam Ploughing, 110
  • Solar Eclipse, The Coming, 357
  • South Kensington Museum, 12, 32, 34, 83, 95, 104, 131, 140, 173, 188, 195, 212, 230, 263,282, 299, 306,325, 341, 360, 388, 408, 432, 450
  • South Kensington and the School of Mines, 139
  • Spain, Railway Tickets in, 249
  • Spectroscope for the Government Eclipse Expedition, Messrs. Whieldon, Lecky, and Lucas, 304
  • Spiller, M.I.C.E., Mr. J., Law of Resistanoc to the Passage of Air through Pipes of different Diameters and Lengths of various Velocities, 312
  • Stanford's Carbon Closet, 133
  • Steam on City Railroads, 84
  • Steam, Liquefaction of, 442
  • Steam a Measure of Work, Liquefaction of, 424
  • Steam, Mr. A. Morton on the Temperature and Elasticity of, Inst, of Engineers in Scotland, 176
  • Steam Ploughs and Traction Engines, 301
  • Steam on the Road, 325
  • Steam Whistle, Powerful, 320
  • Steel Horseshoe Nails, 275
    • Steel Pens, Hardening, Mr. Hipkiss, 205
  • Steel, Something New in, 365
  • Steel Testing by the Griswold Method, 299
  • Steel Tires in the United States, 419
  • Steering Apparatus, Mr. G. Seymour, 128
  • Stevenson, F.R.S.E., M.I.C.E., Mr. T., Automatic Discharge Gauge, British Assoc., 95
  • Stevenson, F.R.S.E., M.I.C.E., Mr. T., Thermometer, British Assoc., 95
  • Stevenson, Memorial to the Late George, 178
  • Stirling, Mr., Engines, Great Northern Railway, 211
  • Stokes, Professor, on Researches of the Late Rev. W. V. Harcourt on Transparency in Glass, British Assoc., 170
  • Stone Cutting and Tunnelling Machinery, Mr. G. Hunter, 37
  • Stoney, M.A., F.RS., Mr. J., One Cause of Transparency, British Association, 146
  • Stoves, Mr. T. Whitwell, on Further Results of the use of Hot Blast Fire Brick, Iron and Steel Institute, 241
  • Stowmarket Explosion, 129, 183, 178, 195
  • Stowmarket, Plan of Messrs. Prentice's Works, 178
  • Stranton Iron and Steel Company, 405
  • Strike, The End of the, 257
  • Struts, Strength of, 309, 323, 342, 360, 378
  • Submarine Boats, 438
  • Suez Canal, 274
  • Sultan, The, 288
  • Sun, Professor Norton on the Physical Constitution of the, 22
  • Surveyors, Employment of, 62
  • Sutton, B.A., Mr. T., Account of a New Photographic Dry Process, British Association, 151
  • Swiss Pile Driver, Erecting Flying Bridge with the 341
  • Switches and Crossings, W. Donaldson, M. A., A.I.C.E. 238
  • Tait, Professor P. G., Address at Edinburgh, 85
  • Tangye's Smoke and Heat Precipitator, 322
  • Telegraph Earth, Mr. W. E. Ayrton, on a Quantitative Method of Testing a, Asiatic Society of Bengal, 187
  • Telegraph Lines from Lightning, Protecting, 212
  • Telegraphs, Management of Atlantic, 70
  • Telegraphs, West Indian, 342
  • Telegraphy, Handbook of Practical, R. S. Culley, 202
  • Telegraphy in Turkey, 122
  • Telescope, Messrs. Cooke and Sons' 10-in. Equatorial 322
  • Telescopes, On the Calculation of the Powers of, Rev E. L. Berthon, M.A., F.R.A.S., 184
  • Thames Embankment, 406
  • Thermodynamics of the General Oceanic Circulation Professor Carpenter, British Association, 151
  • Thermometer, Mr. T. Stevenson, F.R.S.E., M.I.C.E. British Association, 95
  • Thomson, Professor, Address at Edinburgh, 77, 93
  • Tillers, Curved, Mr. J. L. Sinnette, Assoc. LN.A., 322
  • Tires, India-rubber versus Iron, 25
  • Tooth, Mr. R., Grass Drill, 205
  • Torpedo Boat, 144
  • Torpedo Boat, Mr. P. Braham, 269
  • Torpedo, The Fish, 381
  • Torpedoes, 223, 408, 424
  • Towle, C.E., Mr. H. E., "Spider" for Pile Driving, 160
  • Traction Engine Legislation, 34
  • Traffic Receipts of the South Austrian and Upper Italian Lines, Aggregate, 19
  • Trains, Communicating in, 309
  • Tramways, 230
  • Tramways in Edinburgh, Royal Assent to the Act, 26
  • Tunnel, The Mont Cenis, Opening of, 204, 212, 233, 247
  • Transparency, Mr. J. Stoney, M.A, F.R.S., on One Cause of, British Association, 146
  • Turkey, Railways in, 202
  • Turner Company, 62
  • Turner, Messrs. E. and R., Steam Engines, 110
  • Tuxford and Sons, Messrs., Steam Ploughing Windlass, 110
  • Type Composing Machine, Mr. Mackie, 178
  • United States, Steel Tires in the, 419
  • Untcrrichtshifte fur den Gesammtcn Maschinenbau C. G. Weitzel, 364
  • Valve Gear, Mr. Eyth, 106, 144
  • Varley, C.E., F.R.S., Mr. C. F., Method of Testing Submerged Electric Cables, British Association, 170
  • Vendome Colume, The Place, 188
  • Verhandlungen des Vereins zur Befordcrung des Gewerbflieses in Preussen, 364
  • Victorian Railway, 407
  • Wages Question in the Iron Trade, 278
  • Walcker, M., Pneumatic Bells, 37
  • Wales and the Adjoining Counties, 16, 32, 50, 66, 84, 102, 120, 138, 156, 174, 192, 209, 227, 246, 264, 282, 300, 318, 336, 354, 371, 388, 402, 418, 436, 453
  • Warwick Water Supply, 341
  • Waste in Combustion, 121, 148, 175, 187
  • Weekly Chemical, Mineral, and Metal Report, 102 210 228, 354, 453
  • Weir, Martin's Self-acting, 26
  • Westfield Explosion, 103, 128, 151, 216
  • Wheels, Adams' Traction Engine, 20
  • Whieldon, Lecky, and Co., Messrs., 6-H.P., High Pressure Expansion Engine, Royal Arsenal, Bombay, 380, 383
  • Whieldon, Lecky and Lucas, Messrs., Spectroscope for the Government Eclipse Expedition, 304
  • Whitfield, Mr., Safes, 124
  • Whitwell, Mr. T., Hot Blast Fire-brick Stoves, Iron and Steel Institute, 141
  • Wimshurst, Mr., Screw Propellers, 376
  • Winby, Mr., Reversible Rail, 38
  • Winder, Messrs., "Hercules" Steam Pump, 240
  • Windlass, Messrs. Barrows and Stewart's Steam Ploughing, 71
  • Windlass, Messrs. Tuxford and Son's Steam Ploughing, 110
  • Window Guard, Railway, 322
  • Wire, Messrs. Hill and Ward, 151
  • Wire, A Long Stretch of, Over the Mississippi, 62
  • Wire Tramways, Mr. C. Hodgson, C.E., 268, 269
  • Wire Tramways, Mr. H. W. Pendred, C.E., on, 269
  • Withinshaw and Co., Messrs., Winding Engines at the Grace Mary Colliery, Oakham, 286, 295
  • Wolverhampton Trials, 360
  • Wolverhampton, Results of the Trials of Steam Cultivating Machinery at, 303
  • Woods, Messrs., Self-delivering Reaping Machine, 440
  • Woolwich Dockyard, 260
  • Woolwich Dockyard, Destruction of, 122
  • Works of the Furness Hematite Iron Company, 54, 56, 87
  • Yarrow and Headley, Messrs., Floating Steam Fire Engine, Messrs. Merryweather, 125
  • Young, Mr. H. B., Propeller, 186
  • Zenger, Professor, New Steam Gauge, British Association, 124
  • Zweiterbericht der Standigen Commission fur die Adria an die Kairliche Akademie der Wissenschaft, 1869, 1870, Geroldssohn, 42

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