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The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1875 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • Agricultural Engineers' Association, 351
  • Air Gas Machines, 320
  • Alaska Silver Mine, 264
  • Allan, Mr., Floating Cabin, 180, 188
  • Allen's Elastic Wheels, 111
  • Alley, Mr., Boiler, 282
  • American Iron Trade, 323
  • American Minerals and British Ironmasters, 13
  • American Railways, 66
  • Anchor, Messrs. Barford and Perkins' Self-Moving, Savage's Patent. 93
  • Ancient Engineering, its Methods and Appliances, 333, 460
  • Andrews, F.R.S., Matter in the Liquid and Gaseous States, 94
  • Antipodes, Unionism at the, 30
  • Aquarium and Winter Garden at Westminster, Designed by Mr. Bedborough, 231, 234, 238, 245, 250, 258 265 272
  • Ashby, Jeffery, and Luke, Messrs., Haymaker, 180
  • Associated Marine Engineers, 5
  • Association, Agricultural Engineers', 351
  • Association, The British Iron Trade, 429, 447
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERING AND SHIPBUILDING DRAUGHTSMEN, GLASGOW, 373
  • - Opening Meeting, 271
  • - Simple and Compound High Pressure Condensing Engines, Mr. Robert Thomson, 351
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LEEDS--
  • - Dinner at the Great Northern Railway Station Hotel, 391
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LONDON, 401
  • - Art of Coining, Mr. Joseph Newton, A.I.C.E., 118
  • - History and Modern Modes of Manufacturing Watches and Clocks, Sir John Bennett, 406
  • ASSOCIATION, MANCHESTER STEAM USERS'--
  • - Deputation to the Home Secretary for Inquiry into Boiler Explosions, 5
  • - Report of Mr. L. E. Fletcher, 27
  • ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL ENGINEERS--
  • - Stone Breaking Machinery, Mr. Arthur Jacob, C.E., 280
  • Astor Library, New York, 47
  • Atchison Bridge, Kansas, U.S., Messrs. Coolidge and Hemberle, 58, 59, 74, 80, 100, 101
  • Axle Bearings, A Study on, 380, 398
  • Axle Breakages in Germany, 8
  • Axles, Belgian, 168
  • Axles, Testing Railway Steel, 29
  • Bagshaw and Son, Messrs., Compound Beam Mill Engine, 316, 319
  • Bailey, Mr. W. H., Bursting of Water Supply Pipes in Winter, 48
  • Ball Cocks, Messrs. Bullen and Aske's High Pressure. 246
  • Balloon Univers, 471
  • Baltimore Waterworks, 406
  • Bankers' Strong Room, Messrs. Hobbs, Hart, and Co., 198
  • Banks-women, Business Aspect of the Employment of, 46
  • Barford and Perkins, Messrs., Self-Moving Anchor, Savage's Patent, 93
  • Barrans and Co., Messrs., 1.5 cwt. Single Standard Steam Hammer, 128
  • Bastie Process of Glass Treating, 90, 182
  • Batho, Mr. W. F.. and Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., Compound Mill Engine for Howrah, 132, 135
  • Belgian College for South Yorkshire, 30
  • Belgian Iron in England, 30, 116, 262
  • Belgian Iron Question Again, 116
  • Belgian Iron Trade, 354, 391
  • Belgian Tires in England, 422
  • Bellegarde, Application of Water Power at, 73
  • Bell-Signalling Apparatus, Messrs. Siemens Brothers' Magneto-Electric, 441
  • Bermejo, The, 285
  • Berthon's Collapsible Boats, 427
  • Bessemer Steel in Sweden, 53
  • Birkbeck Literary and Scientific Institution, 217
  • Birmingham Products, Good Taste in, 288
  • Blake, Mr. J.. Vertical Boiler, 465
  • Blasting in Coal Mines, 267
  • Boadicia, The, 200 ; Launch, 285
  • Board of Trade Surveyorships, 427
  • Boats, Submarine, 157
  • Boiler, Mr. J. Blakeís Vertical, 465
  • Boiler Engineering, Amateur, 64,134
  • Boiler Engineering, American, 254, 285
  • Boiler Explosion, Heathtown, 67
  • Boiler Explosion, The Marcasite, 23
  • Boiler Explosions and Coroners' Juries, 394

Boiler Explosions, Delayed Ebullition as a cause of, 377, 398

  • Boiler Explosions, Steam, 5, 183
  • Boiler Feed Pipes, 27
  • Boiler fitted to the Red Rose, R.Y.S., Howard's Safety, Barrow Shipbuilding Company, 25, 32
  • Boiler, The Howard, 463, 466
  • Boiler Pipes, Bursting of Kitchen, 77
  • Boilers, American, 320, 397, 408, 453
  • Boilers, Corrosion of, 450
  • Boilers, Corrosion of Marine, 357, 377
  • Boilers, Naval, 63
  • Boilers, Priming of Steam, 279, 285, 397
  • Boilers, Rag, 288
  • Boilers, Water Tube, 302
  • Bolckow, Vaughan, and Co., Messrs., 323
  • Bolt Forging Machinery, 42
  • Bourne, C.E., Mr. J., Recollections of Improvements which have been made in the Steam Engine during the last Half Century, 306, 350, 422, 440, 462
  • Bourseul, M., Causes of Destruction to Wooden Posts, 130
  • Brainerd Bridge, Mississippi, Destruction of, 118
  • Brake Blocks, Retarding Trains without the Application of, 61
  • Brakes Continuous, 1, 320
  • Bremner's Steam Steering Screw, 298, 309
  • Bridge over the Danube Railway, 6, 8, 10
  • Bridge over the Severn on the Severn and Wye Railway, Mr. G. W. Keeling, C.E., and Mr. G. Wells Owen, C.E., 115, 152
  • Bridge at West Auckland, Old Railway, 214
  • Bright Tin iu America, Manufacture of, 178
  • Brindley Memorial, The, 183
  • British Association at Belfast, 303
  • BRITISH ASSOCIATION AT BRISTOL, THE, 134, 303
  • - Address of Professor Balfour Stewart, M.A., LL.D. F. R.S., to the Mathematical and Physical Section 266
  • - Address of Mr. Froude, Section G., 158
  • - Address of Sir John Hawkshaw, 141, 146
  • - Chrome Steel, Gen. H. B. Carrington, U.S. Army M.A., LL.D., andc., 178
  • - Description of the Works at the Avonmouth Dock James Brunlees, C.E., F.G.S., 302
  • - Machine for Obtaining Motive Power from Wav Motion, B. Tower, 256
  • - Methods for Giving Distinctive Characters to Light houses, Sir W. Thomson and Mr. J. Hopkinson 177
  • - Optical Properties of a Titano-Silicic Glass, Professor Stokes and J. Hopkinson, 252
  • - Report of the Council, 141
  • - Report on Trades Unions, 182
  • - Severn Tunnel. Mr. C. Richardson, Section G., 216
  • - Steering, Joseph Woolley. LL.D., Section G., 324
  • - Steering of Ships, Dr. Woolley, 177
  • - Steering of Screw Steamers, Professor Osborne Reynolds. 177
  • - Tidal Scour in Rivers, Mr. C. Richardson, 205
  • - Trials of Screw Steamers, Mr. W. Denny, Section G., 178
  • - Vertical Motion of Vessels, Mr. Thorneycroft, 177
  • British North American Boundary Commission, 349
  • Bronze Field Pieces, The Return to, 235
  • Bruiser, Trials with H.M.S., 73
  • Brunlees, McKerrow, and Bell, Messrs., Proposed Alteration of London Bridge, 424
  • Brussels International Exhibition, 291
  • Bulkhead Doors, Coxhead's Hydraulic, 181
  • Bulkheads. Water Tight, 251, 284
  • Bullen and Aske, Messrs., High Pressure Ball Cocks, 246
  • Burgoine, Messrs. C. and A., Royal Barge. 316
  • Burrell and Valpy, Messrs., Safety Wheel Tire, 465
  • Cabin, Allan's Floating, 180, 188
  • Cabins. Floating, 200
  • Cable Testing, Chain, 116
  • Cannel Coal at Ax well Colliery, 285
  • Carillon Machine, Shorediteh Parish Church, Messrs. Gillett and Bland, 113, 114
  • Carillons, 181
  • Castalia, The, 341
  • Castleford and Whitwood Main Drainage Competition, 175
  • Causes of Destruction to Wooden Posts, M. Boursenl on, 130
  • Channel Tunnel, 5
  • Chapelhall Ironworks and the Ferrie Furnace, 77
  • Chimneys, Dwelling House, 220
  • China, Navvies for, 270
  • Chinese Armour-clad Vessel, Mr. J. Rennie, Architect, and Mr. J. M. Allan, Engineer, 318
  • Christmas Diaries, 457
  • Circular War Vessels, Cyclads, 459
  • Closed Hearth System, M. Lurmann, 290
  • Coal, More, 204
  • Coal, Spontaneous Combustion of, 136
  • Coal, Steam, 252
  • Collieries, Draining, 204
  • Colliers and Ironworkers, An Order of Merit for, 375
  • Colliery Enginemen, The Wages of, 46
  • Collision, The Kildwick, 186
  • Collisions at Sea, 29
  • Colls, Mr. F. W., Mercurial Safety Valve, 128
  • Compass, Mr. Casella's New, 408
  • Competition, American, 204
  • Competition, French, 98
  • Continuous Brakes, 1, 320
  • Cooke and Sons, Messrs., New Electro-magnetic Clock at the London Post Office, 49
  • Co-operation, 213
  • Copyright of Designs, 66
  • Corrosion of Iron in Railway Bridges, Mr. W. Kent, 118
  • Corrosion of Metals, 200
  • Corrosion in Steam Pumps, 220
  • Cotswold Hills, 342
  • Coxhead's Hydraulic Bulkhead Doors, 181
  • Crichton and Craig, Messrs., Audible Signals for Railways, 76
  • Crocodile, The, 328
  • Crose, C.E., Mr. J R., Memoir of the Construction of a Masonry Dam, American Society of Civil Engineers, 170, 217, 245
  • Crossley, Mr. W., Hot Blast Stove, Askam Ironworks, 422, 425
  • Croydon Town Sewage, 14
  • Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering, 365, 457
  • Crystal Palace, Technical Education, 112
  • Cudworth, Mr., Express Locomotive, South-Eastern Railway, 441, 448
  • Cullen's Stone Gear, Newry Foundry Company, 58, 90, 147
  • Cumbrae Lighthouse Removal, 362
  • Danube, Railway Bridge over the, 6, 8, 10
  • Darlington, Exhibition of Locomotives at, 227, 243
  • Darlington Railway Jubilee, 212, 228, 232
  • Dartmoor Field Artillery Experiments, 102, 116, 125, 152, 167, 168, 187
  • Davey, Mr., Hydraulic Pumping Engine, Messrs. Hathorne, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, 214, 215
  • Deakin, Parker, and Co., Messrs., Compound Engine for the Manchester Corporation, 304
  • Deep Shafts and Mines, 386
  • Deutschland, The, 61
  • Development and Improvement of the Tees, 243
  • Diagrams, Disc, 181
  • Dick and Stevenson, Messrs., Apparatus for Working Steep Gradients by Locomotives, 246
  • Dickinson, Mr., wheel Moulding Machine, 77
  • Distilling Apparatus, Mr. Kirkaldy, 282
  • Diving Apparatus, 147
  • Dixon, Mr. A., Radial Arm Test or Gauge Cock, 371
  • Dossor, Nelson and Weddall, Messrs., Lubricators, 421
  • Drainage, Proposed United System of, 307
  • Dredgers for St. Petersburg, 328
  • Drills, Radial, 303
  • Eames Petroleum Furnace, The, 230
  • Earl Derby on Machines, 288
  • Earle's Shipbuilding Co., 457
  • Ebullition, Delayed, 453
  • Education, Technical, 79, 213
  • Elce and Co., Messrs. J., Self-acting Planing Machine, 465
  • Elementary Lectures for Working Men at the Townhall, Shoreditch, 362
  • Engine, Messrs. J. Bagshaw and Son's Compound Beam Mill, 316, 319
  • Engine, Mr. Davey's Hydraulic Pumping, Messrs. Hathorn, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, 214, 215
  • Engine Economy, Marine, 320
  • Engine Economy, Steam, 303, 354, 408, 427
  • Engine for Egypt, 40-H.P. Horizontal, Reading Ironworks, 285, 286
  • Engine for Howrah, Mr. W. F. Batho and Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co.'s Compound Mill, 132, 135
  • Engine for the Manchester Corporation, Messrs. Deakin, Parker, and Co.'s Compound, 304
  • Engine Performance, Steam, 236, 254, 408
  • Engine with Surface Condenser, Messrs. J. and H. Gwynne's 30-H.P. Marine, 148, 152
  • Engine Tenters, Colliery, 358, 377
  • Engine, Willan's Three-Cylinder, 230
  • Engineering in the Argentine Republic, 389
  • Engineering at the Crystal Palace, 457
  • Engineering Improvements on the Tees, 168
  • Engineering: its Methods and Appliances, Ancient, 333, 460
  • Engineers and Metallurgists, 394
  • Engineers, Naval. 288, 303, 307
  • Engineers in the Prussian Navy,'285
  • Engines, Great Northern, 274
  • Engines, Long Stroke, 269
  • Engines, Marine, 320
  • Engines, Old, 254
  • Engines, Quadruple, 274
  • Engines, Quadruple Cylinder, 203, 213
  • Engines, Rotary, 118
  • Engines, Three-Cylinder, 353, 376
  • Engines, Traction, 115
  • English Coal in Belgium, 366
  • English and Continental Field Guns, 459
  • English Steel and the American Centennial, 306
  • Erichsen and Maardt, Messrs.. Furnaces, 352
  • Exhibition of Locomotives at Darlington, 227, 243
  • Exhibition, The Manchester, 24, 60, 61
  • Exhibition, The Philadelphia, 46, 427, 450
  • Experimental Steam Boiler Explosions, 205
  • Experiments with Patent Fuel at Round Oak Works, 388
  • Explosion on the Brigadier, 351
  • Explosions, The Late Colliery, 429
  • Extinction of Ships on Fire, 183
  • Factory Acts in Scotland, 183
  • Fawcett and Firth, Messrs., Double, Single, and Self- Acting Steam Hammers, 145
  • Feed Heating and Condensing Apparatus, Messrs. Johnson and Allan, 282
  • Feed Water, 61
  • Field Artillery Experiments, Dartmoor/102, 116, 125, 152, 167, 168, 187
  • Fire Boxes, Steel, 470
  • Fish Joints, 453
  • Flanging Machine, Piedboeuf's Hydraulic, 351, 353
  • Floating Battery for 36in. Mortar, Mr. R. Mallet, C.E,, F.R.S., 464
  • Floods and Decreased River Discharge, 37, 82
  • Fog Homs, Automatic, 65
  • Foreign Boiler Legislation--Germany and Prussia, 60
  • Foundations in India, 267
  • Fox, Walker, and Co., Messrs., Locomotive for Steep Gradients, Handyside's Patent, 163, 164
  • Fraserburgh Harbour, Extension of, 298
  • French Canals, 106
  • French Railway Reform, 401
  • French Street Tramways, 451
  • Frith's Coal Cutter, 316
  • Fuel, Aitchison's Peat Smelting, 303
  • Fuel, Gas as a, 252
  • Fuel, Patent, 254
  • Fuel, Peat, 354, 377
  • Fuel, Smokeless, 200
  • Fulton Ferry, New York, 322
  • Furnace, Mr. J. Ireland's Continuous Peat Gas and Charcoal, 468, 472
  • Furnaces, The Crampton, 82
  • Furnaces, Messrs. Erichsen and Maardt, 352
  • Furnaces, Supplying Air to Boiler, 98
  • Gas Companies, Chartered and Imperial, 287
  • Gas Machine, The Auto-Pneumatic, 353
  • Gas Machine, M'Avoy's Auto-Pneumatic, 283
  • Gas, Natural, 412
  • Gas, Peat, 453
  • Gas Shadow, A, 465
  • Gases, Mechanical Properties of, 21, 55
  • Ganges Railway Bridge, 119
  • German Field Railway Department, 58
  • Gillett and Bland, Messrs., Carillon Machine, Shoreditch Parish Church, 113, 114
  • Girder Testing, 283
  • Glass, Toughened, 149, 316
  • Governor, Mr. Mein, 246
  • Greenock Harbour, 285
  • Gumpel Rudder, The, 326, 353
  • Gun, The 81-Ton. 186, 211, 367, 420
  • Gun Carriages, The Moncrieff, 385, 392, 408
  • Gun Gear, H.M.8. Thunderer's Turret, 439
  • Gun Plough, A, 326
  • Guns, Breech-Loading, 64
  • Guns, English and Continental Field, 459
  • Guns, Naval, 11
  • Gwynne, Messrs. J. and H., 30-H.P. Marine Engine with Surface Condenser, 148, 152
  • Gwynne, Messrs. J. and H., Pumping Machinery, Holland Drainage Works, 388, 395, 396
  • Gwynne and Co., Messrs., Pumping Machinery at the New Graving Dock, Dundee, 337, 340
  • Haag's System of Warming Railway Carriages by Steam, 370, 377
  • Hamburgh Observatory, 74
  • Hamilton, C E , Mr. Schuyler, On the Fabrication of Beton Blocks by Manual Labour, American Society of Civil Engineers, 112
  • Hammer, Messrs. Barrans and Co.'s 1.5 cwt. Single Standard Steam, 128
  • Hammers, Messrs. Fawcett and Firth's Double, Single, and Self-acting Steam, 445
  • Haseley Waterworks, 7
  • Haswell. Mr. J., Narrow Gauge Locomotive, 412--(See also Working Drawing, Dec. 10th, 1875.)
  • Hawkshaw, Sir John, Address to the British Association, 141, 146
  • Haymaker, Messrs. Ashby, Jeffery, and Luke's, 180
  • Hayward Tyler and Co.'s, Messrs., Universal Pump, 220
  • Hearths, Blast Furnace, 254
  • Heathtown Boiler Explosion, 67
  • Hedge's Boiler at Taunton, 61
  • Hedley, Mr. R., Raising and Lowering Launches, 371
  • Hercules Screw Propeller, The, 326
  • Herzog, M., on Railways, 307
  • Hobbs, Hart, and Co., Messrs., Bankers' Strong Room, 19S
  • Hobson, Mr. A. H. G., Lock Nut, 441
  • Holstein Maritime Canal, 427
  • Hose Rivet, New Kind of, 285
  • Hot Blast Pig for Refined Iron, 441
  • Howard Boiler, The, 463, 466
  • Howard's 8-H.P. "Farmer's" Engine, Taunton Show, 28, 32
  • Howard's Safety Boiler Fitted to the Red Rose, R. Y.S., Barrow Shipbuilding Company, 25, 32
  • How the Gulf Cyclones Travel. 433
  • Hydraulic and Chain Loading Gear for Heavy Ordnance, 297
  • Hydraulic Machinery, 147
  • Imperfect Eyesight in Engine Drivers, 427
  • Indian Engineering College, 53, 74, 81
  • Indian Railways. Comparative Statement of Fuel, andc., for the Half-year ending 31st Dec., 1874, 117
  • Indicator, Speed, 453
  • Industrial Changes and Chances, 89
  • Industrial Enterprise in Roumania, 465
  • Industrial Progress in Ireland, Mr. J. F. Hodges' Address to the Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society, 405
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL, 126, 164, 195, 351
  • - Designing of Ingot Moulds for Steel Rail Ingots, Mr. W. Hackney, A.I.C.E., 222
  • - Fire Clay and other Refractory Materials, Mr. Geo. F. Snelus, F.C.S., 270
  • - Further Improvements in Blast Furnace Hearths, Mr. Charles Wood, 232
  • - High-pressure Steam and its Application to Quadruple Engines, Mr. Daniel Adamson, F.G.S., 189
  • - Howard Boiler, Mr. D. Joy, 196
  • - Price's Retort Furnace, Mr. I. Lowthian Bell, M.P., F.R.S., 189
  • - Rail Joints, Mr. Sandberg, 390, 397
  • - Use of Caustic Lime in the Blast Furnace, Mr. I. Lowthian Bell, M.P., F.R.S., 247
  • - Visit to Manchester, 188, 195
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, 8, 27, 316, 320, 401
  • - Brighton Intercepting and Outfall Sewers, Mr. J. G. Gamble, B.A., A.I.U.E., 442
  • - Experiments on the Movement of Air in Pneumatic Tubes, Mr. Charles Bon temps, 373
  • - Manora Breakwater, Kurrachee, Mr. W. H. Price, M.I.C.E., 343
  • - Pneumatic Transmission of Telegrams, Mr. R. S. Culley, M.l.C.E.,and Mr. R. Sabine, M.I.C.E., 354
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, THE CLEVELAND, 354
  • - Annual Dinner. The, 436
  • INSTITUTION OF MARINE ENGINEERS, PROPOSED, 156
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, 408
  • - Relations existing between Shipbuilders, Shipowners, and Ship Insurers, Mr. W. M. Penning, 78
  • Ireland, Mineral Resources of, 411
  • Ireland, Mr. J., Continuous Peat Gas and Charcoal Furnace, 468, 472
  • Ironclads, Circular, 168, 305, 323
  • Iron Coal, andc , Trades of Birmingham, andc., 19, 35, 53, 71, 87, 105, 123, 139.155. 175, 193, 209, 225, 241, 259, 277, 295, 313, 331, 347. 365, 383, 401, 417, 437, 457, 477
  • Iron and Coal Trade with China, 351
  • Iron, Corrugating, Mr. Johnson, 327
  • Iron Duke, The, 375
  • Iron, Machine-made Finished, 134
  • Iron Making in the Central Presidency, 116
  • Iron Making Experiments in India, 430
  • Ironmasters' Difficulties, 46
  • Ironmasters and their Men, 394
  • Iron Mines, The Montreal, West Cumberland, 255
  • Iron, Russian, 83
  • Iron and Steel Centres, Improvements in, 306
  • Iron, Swedish, 168, 200
  • Iron Trade, The, 61, 82, 133, 150
  • Iron Trade and the Floods. The, 412
  • Iron Trade of Germany, 441
  • Iron versus Steel, 47
  • Ironworkers. Payment of, 204
  • Ironworks, Day to Day Hiring, 323
  • Ironworks, St. Pancras, 181
  • Irrigation, Practical, 45
  • Jamin Magnet, The, 119
  • Japan, Blast Furnaces for, 13
  • Japan, Trade with, 236
  • Japanese Railways, 214
  • Johnson and Allan, Messrs., Feed-heating and Condensing Apparatus, 282
  • Johnson, Mr., Corrugating Iron, 327
  • Keeling, C.E., Mr. G. W., and Mr. G. Wells Owen, C.E., Bridge over the Severn on the Severn and Wye Railway, 145, 152
  • Kent, Mr. W., on Corrosion of Iron in Railway Bridges, 118
  • Keokuk and Kansas City Railway, 307
  • Kirkaldy, Mr., Distilling Apparatus, 282
  • Kettle, Successor to Mr. Rupert, 13
  • Kind-Chaudron System, The, 471
  • King's College Scholarship, 285
  • Kirtley, Mr. W., Tank Locomotives, London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Messrs. Neilson, Engineers, 410, 413, 426
  • Krupp Gun, The, 307
  • Labour Bills, The, 11
  • Labour and Coal, 380
  • Labour-saving Machine, 252
  • Lagging of Steam Pipes, 398
  • Lamp, Mr. T. Silver. 144
  • Lancashire Coal Field, Requirements of, 470
  • Landing Stage, The Liverpool, 101
  • LEADING ARTICLES :--
  • - Air Pumps, 185
  • - Amateur Boiler Engineering, 64, 134
  • - American Competition, 204
  • - Belgian Axles, 168
  • - Belgian College for South Yorkshire, 30
  • LEADING ARTICLES (continued)
  • - Belgian Iron Question again, 116
  • - Belgian Pit Sinking, 358
  • - Blast Furnaces Tuyeres, 252
  • - Blast Furnaces for Japan, 13
  • - Blast in Puddling, 93, 186
  • - Boilers of the Serapis, 269
  • - Bolckow, Vaughan, and Co., Messrs., 324
  • - Breech-loading Guns, 64
  • - British Ironmasters and American Minerals, 13
  • - British, Proposed Iron Trade Association, 429
  • - Business Aspect of the Employment of Bankswomen. 46
  • - Captain Webb's Achievement, 220
  • - Castalia, The, 341
  • - Centennial Exhibition, 450
  • - Chain Cable Testing, 116
  • - Chartered and Imperial Gas Companies, 287
  • - Circular Ironclads, 168, 305, 323
  • - Coal Pit Explosion in North Wales, 412
  • - Colliery Engine tenters, 358. 377
  • - Colliery Explosions, The Late, 429
  • - Collisions at Sea. 29
  • - Collision in the Solent. 149
  • - Coroners' Juries' and Boiler Explosions, 394
  • - Corrosion of Marine Boilers, 357
  • - Cotswold Hills, 342
  • - Coupled Locomotives, 133
  • - Crampton Furnaces, 82
  • - Crewe Locomotive Works, 116
  • - Day-to-day Hiring at Ironworks, 324
  • - Diversion of Sewage from the Thames, 167
  • - Draining Collieries, 204
  • - Drainage works in Staffordshire, 64
  • - Earl Derby on Machinery, 288
  • - Early Locomotives, 219
  • - Eighty-one Ton Gun, The, 186
  • - Elimination of Sulphur from Iron, 430
  • - Engineers in the Navy, 287
  • - English Experience of Belgian Iron, 30
  • - English Steel and the American Centennial, 306
  • - Flood Warnings, 82
  • - Floods and the Iron Trade, 412
  • - Fog Signals, 45
  • - French Competition, 98
  • - Gas as a Fuel, 252
  • - Good Taste in Birmingham Products, 288
  • - Goods Wagons, 470
  • - Government and the Merchant Shipping Bills, 81
  • - Improvements in Iron and Steel Centres, 306
  • - Indian Engineering College, 81
  • - Iron Duke, The, 376
  • - Iron-making in the Central Presidency, 116
  • - Iron-making Experiments in India, 430
  • - Iron-making Machinery, 150
  • - Ironmasters' Difficulties, 46
  • - Ironmasters' Profit, 13
  • - Ironmasters and their Men, 394
  • - Iron Pyrites, 220
  • - Iron Trade, The, 133
  • - Iron Trade Prospects, 82
  • - Iron Trade of the United States, 323
  • - Kettle's Successor, Mr., 13
  • - Kildwick Collision, 186
  • - Labour Bills, The, 11
  • - Labour Saving Machine, 252
  • - Life Rafts, 469
  • - Locomotives, Early, 219
  • - Locomotives, Old and New, 376
  • - Locomotives of the Stockton and Darlington Railway, 1825 and 1875, 218
  • - London Bridge, 469
  • - London Street Macadamising, 375, 450
  • - London Water Companies, 167
  • - Long Stroke Engines, 269
  • - Loose Screw Propellers, 430
  • - Machine Made Finished Iron, 134
  • - Makaroff's Mats, 288
  • - Manchester Sewage, 342
  • - Marine Engines for Ships of War, 357, 375
  • - Mechanical Aids to Puddling, 116
  • - Merchant Shipping Legislation, 358
  • - Metallurgists and Engineers, 394
  • - Mineral Resources of Ireland, 411
  • - Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom, 430, 449
  • - More Coal, 204
  • - Natural Gas, 412
  • - Naval Boilers, 63
  • - Naval Guns, 11
  • - Navvies for China, 270
  • - Oil versus Gas, 450
  • - Old and New Locomotives, 376
  • - Order of Merit for Colliers and Ironworkers, 376
  • - Our Navy, 203
  • - Our Railways, 305
  • - Paper War Ships, 219
  • - Parliament and the London Gas Companies, 12
  • - Payment of Ironworkers, 204
  • - Philadelphia Exhibition, 46
  • - Plimsoll, Mr., and the House of Commons, 82
  • - Practical Irrigation, 45
  • - Prices, 64
  • - Promotion of Business by Trades Unions, 430
  • - Quadruple Cylinder Engines, 203
  • - Rag Boilers, 288
  • - Railway Companies as Manufacturers, 449
  • - Rail Slabs for Russia, 306
  • - Railway Wagon Companies, 150
  • - Ramming in Naval Warfare, 185
  • - Registration of Trade Marks, 393
  • - Requirements of the Lancashire Coal Field, 470
  • - Return to Bronze Field Pieces, 235
  • - Royal Agricultural Society, 97
  • - Russian Steel Rails, 341
  • - Sanitary Condition of the Seine, 251
  • - Scarcity, 236
  • - Science at Oxford, 30
  • - Singular Announcement, Messrs. Firth and North, and Letters Patent, 394
  • - Steam Coal, 252
  • - Steam Engine Performance, 236
  • - Steel Fire Boxes, 470
  • - Strange Appeal, A, 270
  • - Sub-Wealden Exploration, 30
  • - Supplying Air to Boiler Furnaces, 98
  • - Swedish Iron, 168
  • - Taste, 236
  • - Technical Education in Russia, 115
  • - Testing Railway Steel Axles, 29
  • - Thames Valley Drainage, 411
  • - Toughened Glass, 149
  • - Traction Engines, 115
  • - Trade Marks, 450
  • - Trade with Japan, 236
  • - Unarmoured Ships, 63
  • - Unionism at the Antipodes, 30
  • - Unseaworthy Ships, 89, 97
  • - Vanguard, Loss of H.M.S., 168, 236, 324
  • - Wages of Colliery Enginemen, 46
  • - Wages and Unionism, 450
  • - Watertight Bulkheads, 251
  • - What Next and Next, 470
  • Leeds, Proposed New Bridge in, 267
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE
  • - Perkins v. The Yorkshire Engine Company, 135
  • - Potter v. Berry, 118
  • Legislation, Merchant Shipping, 358
  • Lehigh Valley Railway, Passenger Locomotive, 24
  • Lespinasse Puddling Furnace, 398
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :--
  • - Air Gas Engines, Charles W. Hastings, 320
  • - Aitchison's Peat Smelting Fuel, Robert Ker Aitchison, 302
  • - American Boiler Engineering, W. G., 254
  • - American Boilers, K. W. Hedges, 408, 453
  • - American Boilers, A. Marshall and Co., 285
  • - American Boilers, W. G., 320, 397
  • - Auto-Pneumatic Gas Machine, J. F. G. Kromschroder, 353
  • - Axle Bearings, Phosphor Bronze Company, 398
  • - Bastie, M. De la, Process of Treating Glass, David Kirdaldy, 182
  • - Belgian Tires, H. Seeger, 147

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued)

  • - Blast Furnace Hearths, C. Holste, 254
  • - Blast Furnace Tuyeres, James Brownlee, 303
  • - Blast Furnace Tuyeres, W. H. Heeley, 320
  • - Blast Furnace Tuyeres, Edward Jones, 320
  • - Blast Furnace Tuyeres, Nimrod, 303
  • - Blast Furnace Tuyeres, R. H., 320
  • - Blast Furnace Tuyeres, R. S., 303
  • - Boiler Coatings, W. H. H. Villiers Sankey, 285
  • - Bolt Forging Machinery. Charles Fairbairn, 42
  • - British Association at Belfast, W. A. Traill, M.A.I., 303
  • - Bursting of Kitchen Boiler Pipes, Win. Scarratt, 77
  • - Carillons, P. W. d'A., 181
  • - Circulating Tubes, William Pidgeon, 353
  • - Continuous Brakes, T. Maude, 320
  • - Copper Hose Rivets, Merryweather and Sons, 303
  • - Copper Hose Rivets, J. Stone and Co., 320
  • - Corrosion of Marine Boilers, 377
  • - Cullen's Mill Gear, Whitmore and Binyon, 90
  • - Cullen's Stone Gear, William Rennie, jun., 147
  • - Delayed Ebullition, R. E. D., 453
  • - Delayed Ebullition as a Cause of Boiler Explosions, F. Y.. 377
  • - Delayed Ebullition as a Cause of Boiler Explosions, H. A. C. Mackenzie, 398
  • - Disc Diagrams. H. Harrison, 181
  • - Diving Apparatus, Siebe and Gorman, 147
  • - Engine Performance, Robert Armstrong, 254
  • - Engine Performance, Mylor Bridge, R.N., 408
  • - Feed-water, John Watt, 61
  • - Fireless Locomotives, T. C J., 397
  • - Fish joints, W. Thomson, 453
  • - Floating Cabins, P. France, 200
  • - Fog Signals, H. Temple Humphreys, M.I.C.E., 61
  • - Great Northern Engines, Thomas Maude, 273
  • - Gumpel's Rudder, Joseph Bernays, 353
  • - Hedge's Boiler at Taunton, K. W. Hedges, 61
  • - Horse Rakes, Haughton and Thompson, 303
  • - Hydraulic Rams, Aries Minor, 427
  • - Hydraulic Rams, Alfred Atkinson, 303, 354
  • - Hydraulic Rams, Charles Louis Hett, 408
  • - Hydraulic Rams, B Massey, 427
  • - Hydraulic Rams, A Mathematical Vicar, 427
  • - Hydraulic Rams, R. E. D., 377, 427
  • - Hydraulic Rams, W. F. Roe, 320, 453
  • - Irish Rainfall, Coorse Weather, 427
  • - Iron Trade Prospects, Nimrod, 61
  • - Jarrah Timber, William Eldridge, 118
  • - Liquid Shells, C. A. M., 200, 253
  • - Liquid Shells, John Mackintosh, 213, 253, 302
  • - Locomotives, Fireless, 397
  • - London Bridge, J. F. Boetius, 354
  • - London Street Macadamising, H. C. Coulthard, 427
  • - Manchester Exhibition, Beesley and Sons, 61
  • - Marine Engine Economy, H. O., 320
  • - Marine Engines, M. E., 320
  • - Material for Construction of Piers, andc., George Simpson, 273
  • - Middlesbrough Iron Trade, John Jones, 118
  • - Moncrieff Guns, A. Moncrieff, 408
  • - Narrow Gauge Railways, W. Lauford, M.I.C.E., 398
  • - Naval Engineers, Engineer, R.N., 303
  • - New Kind of Hose Rivet, J. Stone and Co., 285
  • - Old Engines, B. D. K., 254
  • - Peat Fuel, Anti-Phosphorus, 377
  • - Peat Fuel, Peat, 354
  • - Peat Gas, J. Ireland, 453
  • - Priming of Steam Boilers, E. A. Bourry, 397
  • - Puddling at Woolwich, Vulcan, 213
  • - Quadruple Cylinder Engines, Nevern, 213
  • - Quadruple Engines, William Inglis, 273
  • - Radial Drills, D. Lavater, 303
  • - Railway Rolling Stock, R. Price Williams, 253
  • - Retarding Trains without the Application of Brake Blocks. J. M., 61
  • - Root Boilers at Sea, Brevity, 90
  • - Root Boilers at Sea, Facts and Figures, 42
  • - Rotary Engines, Charles E. Moss, 118
  • - St. Pancras Ironworks, Pye, Smith, White, and Elliot, A. S. Cameron, 181
  • - Screw Propellers N. D. Spartali, 273
  • - Screw Propellers, Henrietta Vansittart, 285, 408
  • - Setting out Valve Gear, Robert Duncan. 42
  • - Smokeless Fuel, Hardy Wells, C.E., 200
  • - Speed Indicator, Charles E. Moss, 453
  • - Steam Engine Economy, B. Donkin, 408
  • - Steam Engine Economy, A Mechanical Engineer, 354
  • - Steam Engine Economy, Sea-going Engineer, 408
  • - Steam Engine Economy, T. Simpson, 303, 427
  • - Steam Pumps in the American Navy, A. S. Cameron, 147
  • - Steam Reversing Gear, Henry P. Holt, 285
  • - Stokers in the Navy, Half Pay, 427
  • - Stone Breakers, H. R, Marsden, 320
  • - Sun Power, N. F. Gerard, 377
  • - Swedish Iron, Lander and Larsson, 200
  • - Technical Education, J. P. W., 213
  • - Syphons, A. R. S., 453
  • - Testing Steam Pumps, Joseph W. Banks, 200
  • - Testing Steam Pumps, Theron Skeel, 90
  • - Three-cylinder Engines, M. Arie, 353
  • - Three-cylinder Engines, John Penn and Sons, 377
  • - Water in Aid of Steam, J. C. Bloomfield, 303
  • - Water in Aid of Steam, John Kennedy, 303
  • - Water Shells, F. A. Abel, 213
  • - Watertight Bulkheads, James N. Dunstan, 284
  • - Water Tube Boilers, John Watt, 302
  • - Water Waste Preventer, Wallace and Connell, 182
  • Lewin, Mr. S., Narrow Gauge Tank Locomotive, 327
  • Liability of Marine Engineers, 118
  • Light Rafts, 469
  • Lightcliffe Church, Clock and Chimes at, 245
  • Lightning Conductors, 427
  • LITERATURE :--
  • - Autobiography of Sir John Rennie, F.R.S., 367, 431
  • - Brinkley's Astronomy, J. W. Stubbs, D.D., and Francis Brunow, Ph.D., 1
  • - Bristol and its Environs, Published under the Sanction of the Local Executive Committee of the British Association, 270
  • - Elemente der Petrographie, Dr. A. Von Lasaulx, A.D., 99
  • - Elements of Practical Construction, S. Downing, LL.D., 83
  • - Engineering Papers, C. Graham Smith, 195
  • - Examples in Heat, R. E. Day, M.A., 270
  • - Jubilee Memorial of the Railway System, J. S. Jeans, 343
  • - Mechanic's Friend, W. T. Axon, M.R.S.L., F.S.S., 195
  • - Military Travelling Carriages, Lieut. Col. F. Close, 83
  • - Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, with other Papers, James Forrest, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 471
  • - Plattner's Manual of Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis with the Blow Pipe, Professor Richter, Translated by H. B. Cornwall, A.M., and J. H. Caswell, 65
  • - Plattner's Manual of Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis with Blow Pipe, Professor Richter, Edited by T. Hugo Cookesley, 65
  • - Present Practice of Sinking and Boring Wells, with Geological Considerations and Examples of Wells Executed, Ernest Spon, 324
  • - Principles of Mechanics, T. M. Goodeve, M.A., 195
  • - Relative Merits of Simple and Compound Engines as applied to Ships of War, Prize Essay, Niel McDougall, A.I.C.E., 342
  • - Report of the Deputy-Master of the Mint, 1874, The Fifth, 31
  • - Six Lectures on Light, John Tyndall, D.C.L., LL D., F.R.S., 270
  • - Sound, John Tyndall, D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., 270
  • - Transactions, of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, 83
  • - Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines, R. Hunt, F.R.S., and F. W. Rudler, F.G.S., 47
  • Liverpool Landing Stage, 101
  • Liverpool Water Supply, 472
  • Lloyd, W., Tuyere, 334
  • Loan Exhibition of Scientific Apparatus, 1870, 362
  • Lock Nut, Mr, A. H. G. Hobson's, 441
  • Locomotive, Express, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. Cudworth, 441, 448
  • Locomotive, The Hydraulic, 472
  • Locomotive, Mr. S. Lewin's Narrow Gauge Tank, 327
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Lehigh Valley Railway, 24
  • Locomotive, London and Brighton Railway, Mr. W, Stroudley's Express Passenger, 190, 202, 205
  • Locomotive for Steep Gradients, Handyside's Patent, Messrs. Fox, Walker, and Co., 163, 161
  • Locomotive, Tank, London, Chatham and Dover Railway, Mr. W. Kirtley, Messrs. Neilson, Engineers, 410, 413, 426
  • Locomotive Works, The Crewe, 116
  • Locomotives, American Light, Messrs. Porter, Bell, and Co., 351, 356, 379
  • Locomotives, Coupled, 133
  • London Bridge, 315, 354, 424, 432
  • Lurmann, M., Closed-hearth System, 290
  • Macadamising London Streets, 375, 427, 450
  • M'Avoy Auto-Pneumatic Gas Machine, 283
  • Magnet, The Jamin, 119
  • Mallet, C.E., F.R.S., Mr. R. Floating Battery for 36in. Mortar, 464
  • MANCHESTER EXHIBITION, 60, 61
  • - Furness and Co., Messrs., Vertical Boring Machine, 111
  • - Judges' Awards, 126
  • - Korting. M. E., Steam Jet Gas Exhauster, 92
  • - Lynde, Mr. J. H., Valveless Waste Water Preventer, 93
  • - Vincent's Bolt, Rivet, and Spike-making Machine, 92
  • - Wilkinson and Crowther, Messrs., Safety Points, 24
  • - Zimmermann's Package Filling Machine, 264
  • Mann's Boudoir Cars on the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, 2
  • Marcasite Boiler Explosion, 23
  • Marsden's Stone-breaking Machinery, 7
  • Matter in the Liquid and Gaseous States, Dr. Andrews, F.R.S., 94
  • Mats, Makaroff's, 288
  • Mein, Mr., Governor, 246
  • Merchant Shipping Bill and the Government, 81
  • Metaline, Chemical Composition of, 56
  • Milling, Brewing, and Distilling Machinery at Vienna Exhibition, 300
  • Millwall Ironworks, 388
  • Mineral Oils, Experiments with, 472
  • Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom, 430, 449
  • Mining in Algiers, 78
  • Miscellanea, 9, 26, 43, 57, 75, 91, 109, 127, 151,165, 179, 201, 221, 237, 249, 263, 281, 299, 317, 335, 355, 369, 387, 409, 423, 443, 467
  • Moncrieff Gun Carriages, 385, 392, 408
  • Montreal Iron Mines, West Cumberland, 255
  • Mountain Slip on tho Salzburg-Tiroler Railway, 13
  • Mowing Machines, Messrs., Samuelson and Son's, 2-H.P, 62, 65
  • Nara Exhibition. The, 147
  • Naval Warfare, Ramming, 185
  • Navy, Engineers in the, 287, 288
  • Navy, Our, 203
  • Neilson, Messrs., Tank Locomotive, London.Chatham, and Dover Railway, designed by Mr. W. Kirtley, 389
  • New and Co., Messrs., Shaping Machine, 286
  • New and Co., Messrs., Slotting Machine, 66
  • New York and Canada Railway, 67
  • North of England, 19, 35, 53, 72, 88,105, 124, 140. 155. 176, 209, 242, 260, 278, 296, 313, 332, 348, 366, 384, 402, 418, 437, 458, 477
  • Notes from Lancashire, 19, 35, 53, 71, 87, 105 12? 139, 155, 175, 193, 209, 225, 241, 259, 277, 295, 313, 331, 347, 365, 383, 401, 417, 437, 457, 477
  • Notes and Memoranda, 9, 26, 43, 57, 75, 91 109 127 151, 165, 179, 201, 221, 237, 249, 263, 281, 299, 317, 335, 355, 369, 387, 409, 423, 443, 467
  • Notes from Scotland, 20, 35, 54, 72, 87, 106, 124, 140, 156, 176, 194, 210, 225, 242, 260, 278, 296, 314, 332, 348, 366, 384, 402, 418, 438, 458, 478
  • Notices to Correspondents, 11, 29, 45, 63, 81, 97 115 133, 149, 167, 185, 203, 219, 235, 251. 269, 287, 305. 323í. 341, 357, 374, 393, 411, 429, 449, 468
  • OBITUARY
  • - Morandiere, M., 8
  • - Schneider, M.E., 394
  • - Vignoles, Mr. Charles Blacker, 359, 373
  • - Wheatstone, F.R.S., Sir Charles, 285, 306
  • Oil versus Gas, 450
  • Owens College, 14
  • Owens and Co., Messrs., Accumulator Pump. Blake's Patent, 445
  • Oxford, Science at, 30
  • Oxidised Money, 422
  • Packing of Raw Cotton, Improvements in, 386
  • Paper-making Grass of Algeria, 61
  • Paper, Manufacture of, M. Aime Girard, 119
  • Parliament and the London Gas Companies, 12
  • Parliamentary Standing Orders, 412
  • Paris Clocks, 74
  • Paris Metropolitan Railways, 414
  • Parqueterie, Swiss, 67
  • Partridge and Cooper's Diaries, Messrs., 386
  • Patent Laws, 3, 24
  • Patent Litigation, A New Form of, 5
  • Patent Office, 200
  • Patents, Specification of French, 321
  • Peacock and Sworder, Messrs., Stamp Perforating Machines, 131, 132, 147
  • Peat Fuel, Synoptical Table of different Mechanical Systems of Condensing Peat actually Worked, 68
  • Peat at the London Lead Company's Peat Works, Utilisation of, 73
  • Pendred, Mr. H., on Screw Propellers, at the Society of Engineers, 336, 338, 344
  • Peter the Great's Household Furniture, 5
  • Petroleum Furnace, The Eames, 230
  • Piece Work and Strikes, 454
  • Piedboeuf's Hydraulic Flanging Machine, 351, 353
  • Pieri Rifle, The, 114, 144, 145
  • Piers, and Materials for Construction of, 274
  • Pig Iron Manufacture, Progress of, 79
  • Pit Sinking, Belgian, 358
  • Planing Machine, Self-acting, Messrs. J. Elce and Co., 465
  • Plimsoll, Mr., and the House of Commons, 82
  • Plumbago Mining in England, Revival of, 290
  • Pollution of Rivers, Mr. E. C. Potter on the, 27
  • POMONA EXHIBITION, MANCHESTER, 128, 231
  • - Alley, Mr., Boiler, 282
  • - Field and Cotton, Messrs., Steam Pump, 129
  • - Napier, Mr.. Friction Meter, 129
  • - Prize Awards, 200
  • - Siddeley and Mackay, Messrs., Ice Making Machine, 129
  • Porcelain, American, 472
  • Porter, Bell, and Co , Messrs., American Light Locomotives, 351, 356, 379
  • Porter, Mr. R., Duplex Valve, 77
  • Potter, Mr. E. C., on the Pollution of Rivers, 27
  • Prices, 64
  • Prices Current of Metals,-Oils, Timber, andc. (See last page of every number)
  • Priestman and Co., Messrs., Double Winch, 128
  • Priming of Steam Boilers, 279, 285
  • Private Bills of the Coming Session, 395
  • Private Bills in Parliament, 13, 30, 46, 65, 83, 90, 457
  • Profit of Ironmasters, 13
  • Propellers, Loose Screw, 430
  • Propellers, Screw, 273, 285, 408
  • Propellers, Screw, Mr. H. Pendred at the Society of Engineers, 336, 338, 344
  • Puddling, Blast in, 98, 186
  • Puddling, Mechanical Aids to, 116
  • Pump, Blake's Accumulator, Messrs. Owens and Co., 445
  • Pumping Machinery, Holland Drainage Works, Messrs. Gwynne, 388, 395, 396
  • Pumping Machinery at the New .Graving Dock, Dundee, Messrs. Gwynne and Co., 337, 340
  • Pumps, Air, 185
  • Pumps in the American Navy, Steam, 147
  • Pumps, Testing Steam, 90, 95, 200
  • Purification of Sewage Water, 183
  • Pyrites, Iron, 220
  • Quebec Harbour, 67
  • Radial Arm Test or Gauge Cock, Mr. A. Dixon, 17
  • Rail Slabs for Russia, 306
  • Railway Companies as Manufacturers, 449
  • Railway, The First, 262
  • Railway Matters, 9, 26, 43, 57, 75, 91, 109, 127, 151, 165, 179, 201, 221, 237, 249, 263, 281, 299, 317, 335, 355, 369, 387, 409, 423, 443, 467
  • Railway Rolling Stock, 125
  • Railway Wagon Companies, 150
  • Railway Working Expenses, 362
  • Railway Works, New, 298
  • Railways in Italy, 401
  • Railways, Narrow Gauge, 398
  • Railways, Our, 305
  • Rainfall, Irish, 427
  • Raising and Lowering Launches, Mr. R. Hedley, 371
  • Rakes, Horse, 303
  • Rams, Hydraulic, 303, 320, 354, 377, 408, 427, 453
  • Reading Ironworks, 40-H.P. Horizontal Engine for Egypt, 285, 286
  • Recollections of Improvements in the Steam Engine during the last Half Century, Mr. J. Bourne, C.E., 306, 350, 422, 440, 462
  • Registration of Trade Marks, 23, 89, 390, 393
  • Regulation Works on the Danube, near Vienna, 360
  • Relations existing between Ship Builders, Ship Owners, and Ship Insurers, Mr. W. M. Penning on the, 78
  • Retort Charging and Drawing Apparatus, 444, 446
  • Reversing Gear, Steam, 285
  • Rifle, The Pieri, 114, 144, 145
  • Rivers Pollution Commission, 358, 367, 386, 419, 450, 471
  • Rivets, Copper Hose, 303, 320
  • Rolling Forty-eight feet Rails, 49
  • Rolling Stock, Railway, 125, 253 ´
  • Root Boilers at Sea, 42, 90
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW, 21, 37, 97
  • - Ashby, Jeffery, and Luke, Messrs., Haymaker, 180
  • - Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Steam Ploughing Engine, 93, 96
  • - Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Vertical Engine and Boiler, 66
  • - Hayward Tyler and Co., Messrs., Universal Steam Pump with External Slide Valve, 42
  • - Hedges and Co., Messrs., Boiler, 38
  • - Hindley, Mr. E. S., Vertical Engine, 58
  • - Howard, Messrs. J. and F., 8-H.P. "Farmer's" Engine, 28, 32
  • - Marsden, Mr. H. R., Ballasting Machine, London and North-Western Railway, 76
  • - Nalder, Messrs., Self Feeder and Guard, 22
  • - Plan of the Show Ground at Taunton, 14
  • - Prize Horse Rakes, 162
  • - Results of Preliminary Dynamometer Tests of 1-H.P. Mowing Machines, 39
  • - Thrashing Machine Guards and Feeders, 40, 41, 42, 44
  • Royle's Steam Trap, 144
  • Rudder, The Gumpel, 326, 353
  • Russia, Technical Education in, 115
  • Russian Manufactories, 135, 136
  • Sale of Machine Tools at Manchester, 413
  • Salzburg-Tiroler Railway, Mountain Slip on the, 13
  • Samuelson and Son, Messrs., 2-H.P. Mowing Machine, 62, 65
  • Saving Life at Sea, 7
  • Scarcity, 236
  • Scientific Education, 213
  • Screw Propeller, The Hercules, 326
  • Seine, Sanitary Condition of the, 251
  • Serapis, Boilers of the, 269
  • Settle and Carlisle Railway, 56
  • Settons Reservoir, France, 107, 110
  • Sewage, Manchester, 342
  • Sewage from the Thames, Diversion of, 167
  • Shah, H.M.S., 457
  • Shaping Machine, Messrs. New and Co., 286
  • Shearing 3in., Cables, Messrs. Tangye Brothers, Hydraulic Shears for, 379
  • Sheffield District, 20, 35, 54, 71, 88, 105, 128, 139, 156, 176, 194, 210, 226, 241, 259, 277, 295, 314, 331, 347, 365, 383, 401, 417, 437, 457, 477
  • Shells, Liquid, 200, 213, 253, 302
  • Shipments of Goods to the Centennial Exhibition, 267
  • Ships, Paper War, 219
  • Ships' Pumps and Fire Engines, 451
  • Ships' Pumps, Messrs. Stone and Co., 452
  • Ships, Steel, 90
  • Ships, Unarmoured, 63
  • Ships, Unseaworthy, 97, 98
  • Ships of War, Marine Engines for, 357, 375
  • Shirt, The Patent One-tailed, 217
  • Siemens' Brothers, Messrs., Magneto-Electric. Bell-Signalling Apparatus, 441
  • Signals, Fog, 45, 61
  • Signals for Railways, Messrs. Crichton and Craig's, Audible, 76
  • Silver Bath from Ditch Water, 378
  • Silver, Mr. T., Lamps, 144
  • Slag Bricks to Crushing Strains, Resistance of, 441
  • Slotting Machine, Messrs. New and Co., 66
  • SMITHFIELD CLUB SHOW, 403
  • - Baker's Patent Feeder, 403
  • - Carter's Disintegrator, 421
  • - Davenport's Latch, 403
  • - Dietz's Boiler, 403
  • - Ellis and Co.'s Drill, 421
  • - Hornsby and Sons' Paragon Mower, 407
  • - Nalder's Thrashing Machine, 403
  • - Pearn's Donkey Pump, 403
  • - Powis and Co.'s Combined Sawing Machine, 403
  • - Robey and Co.'s 6-H.P. Traction Engine, 428, 432, 433
  • - Sinkwell and Tooley's Elevating, Shooting, and Unloading Machine, 421
  • - Small's Horse Groomer, 421
  • - Wallis and Steeven's Thrashing and Finishing Machine, 406
  • - Wurr and Lewis' Combined Sawing Machine, 403
  • SOCIETIES, MIDLAND, 23
  • SOCIETY, THE CHEMICAL :--
  • - Achrematite, Prof. J. W. Mallet, 50
  • - Action of Chlorine on Acetanide, Dr. E. W. Prevost, 50
  • - Action of Nitric Acid on Copper, Mercury, andc., Air. J. J. Ackworth, 50
  • - Action of Potassie Sulphite on the Haloid Derivatives of Phenol, Dr. H. E. Armstrong and Mr. G. Harrow, 447
  • - Alkaloids contained in the Aconites, Part I., Dr. C. R. A. Wright and Mr. G. H. Beckett, 361
  • - Bismuthiferous Tesseral Pyrites, Dr. W. Ramsey, 433
  • - Certain Bismuth Compounds, Mr. M. M. P. Muir, 433
  • - Certain Sources of Error in the Ultimate Analysis of Organic Substances containing Nitrogen, Mr. G. S. Johnson, 433
  • - Compounds of Ether with Anhydrous Metallic Chlorides, Mr. P. P. Bedson, 447
  • - Decomposition of Alcohol and its Homologues, by the Joint Action of Aluminium and its Halogen Compounds, Dr. J. H. Gladstone and Mr. A. Tribe, 50
  • - Decomposition of Stearic Acid by Distillation under Pressure, Mr. G. Johnston, 361
  • - Decomposition of Water by the Joint Action of Aluminium and Aluminium Iodide, Bromide, Chloride including Instances of Reverse Action, Dr. J. H. Gladstone and Mr. A. Tribe, 50
  • - Ethyl-phenyl-acetylene. Mr. T. M. Morgan, 398
  • - Fluorides of Arsenic, Phosphorus and Iodine, Mr. R. W. E. Mclvor, 361
  • - Formation of Coumarine, Cinnamic, and other similar Acids, Mr. W. H, Perkin, 398
  • - Incense Resin, Mr. C. E. Groves and. Dr. J. Stenhouse, 433
  • - Iodides of Antimony, Mr. R. W. E. Mclvor, 361
  • - Isomeric Terpenes and their Derivatives, Part V., Dr. C. R. A. Wright and Mr. G. H. Beckett, 361
  • - Liquid Carbon Dioxide in Mineral Cavities, Mr. W. Noel Hartley, 398
  • - Narcotine, Cotarnine, and Hydrocotarnine, Dr. C. R. A. Wright and Mr. G. H. Beckett, 398, 447
  • - Nitrosyl Bromide, and on Sulphur Bromide, Mr. M. M. P. Muir, 50
  • - Note on the Action of Nitric Acid on Tribromophenol, Dr. H. E. Armstrong and Mr. G. Harrow, 447
  • - Notes on the Chemistry of Tartaric and Citric Acid, Mr. R. Warrington, 50
  • - Observations on Variations in the Composition of River Waters, Mr. J. Andrews, 447
  • - Occurrence of Native Calcium Chloride at Guy's Cliffe, Mr. ,T. Spiller, 433
  • - Reaction of Tungsten, Professor Mallet, 50
  • - Sebates of the Alcoholic Series, Mr. E. Neison, 447
  • - Simple Form of Gas Regulator for Maintaining Constant Temperature, Mr. F. J. M. Page, 361
  • - Spongy Iron, Mr. Gibbs, 244
  • - Tolylphenyl, a New Hydrocarbon, Mr. T. Carnelly, 361
  • SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN
  • - Fabrication of Bcton Blocks by Manual Labour, Mr. Schuyler Hamilton, C.E., 112
  • - Form, Weight, Manufacture, and Life of Rails, Mr. Ashbel Welsh, C. E., 99
  • - Memoir of the Construction of a Masonry Dam, Mr. James R. Crose, C.E., 170, 217, 245
  • SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, PARIS, 401
  • SOCIETY, EDINBURGH AND LEITH ENGINEERS',
  • - Education of a Civil Engineer, Mr. Graham Smith, 342
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, 178
  • - Charging and Drawing Gas Retorts, Mr. F. W. Hartley, 446
  • - Government Brake Trials, Mr. Thomas Maude, 289, 308
  • - Screw Propellers, their Shafts and Fittings, Mr. Hamilton W. Pendred, 321
  • SOCIETY, KINGíS COLLEGE, ENGINEERING
  • - Cement and Concrete, Mr. W. Led with, 343
  • - Coffering and Tubbing Pit Shafts, Air. T. H. Bailey, 406
  • - Light-houses and Light-ships, Mr. H. D. Fabricius, 433
  • - Liverpool Landing Stage, Mr. R. L. Tapscott, 307
  • - Locomotive, Mr. A. H. Leaf, 401
  • - Marine Engineering, Mr. W. Bouchier, 359
  • - Railway Time Tables, Mr. Crompton, 291
  • - Severn Tunnel, Mr. Mackworth, 326
  • - Tunnelling, Mr. J. B. Little, 373
  • SOCIETY, MANCHESTER SCIENTIFIC AND MECHANICAL
  • - Combustion of Oils for the Generation of Steam, Mr. W. Gadd, 50
  • - Sea Telegraphy in Special Relation to the Loss of the Vanguard, Mr. W. H. Bailey, 473
  • SOCIETY, THE METEOROLOGICAL, 53
  • - Continuous Self-registering Thermometer, W. Harrison Cripps, 368
  • - Moon's Influence in Connection with our Extremes of Temperature, Mr. George D. Brumham, F.D.S., 471
  • - Rainfall at Calcutta, Mr. R. Strachan, F.M.S., 471
  • - Reduction of Barometric Readings, with a Form of Table for Combining the Corrections of Index Error, Temperature, and Altitude, W. Marriott, F.M.S., 368
  • - Registration of Sunshine, Mr. R. H. Scott, 471
  • - Self-regulating Atmometer, S.H.Miller, F.R.A.S., 368
  • - Use of the Rotary Thermometer, Mr. R. H. Scott, F.R.S., 471
  • SOCIETY.OF MUNICIPAL SANITARY ENGINEERS :--
  • - Bursting of Water Supply Pipes in Winter, Mr. W. H. Bailey, 48
  • SOCIETY, THE ROYAL, 343
  • SOCIETY, THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL, 97
  • SOCIETY OF TELEGRAPH ENGINEERS :--
  • - Soiree, 451
  • Solent, Collision in the, 149
  • South Kensington Museum, 7, 23, 76, 91, 106, 124, 136, 147, 176, 194, 205, 226, 242, 254, 278, 289, 307, 321, 339, 365, 377, 401, 417, 420, 457
  • South Wales Colliery Explosions, 412
  • South Wales Coal Question, 79
  • Specifications of French Patents, 230
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, 136
  • Staffordshire Drainage Works, 64
  • Stamp Perforating Machines, Messrs. Peacock and Sworder, 131, 132, 147
  • Steam Machinery of the Navy, 372
  • Steam, Superheated, 419, 439
  • Steel Fire Boxes, 254
  • Steel, Hard, versus Soft, 321
  • Steel Rails, Russian, 341
  • Steering Screw, Bremner's Steam, ,293, 309
  • Stockton and Darlington Railway Locomotives in 1825 and 1875, 218
  • Stokers in the Navy, 427
  • Stone Breakers, 320
  • Stone-breaking Machinery, Mr. Marsden, 7
  • Stone Gear, Cullen's, Newry Foundry Co., 58, 90, 147
  • Stone and Co., Messrs., Ships' Pumps, 452
  • Stove, Mr. W. Crossley's Hot Blast, Askam Ironworks, 422, 425
  • Strike in South Wales, 164
  • Strike in Warwickshire, 187
  • Strikes in the States, 362
  • Stroudley, Mr. W., Express Passenger Locomotive, London and Brighton Railway, 199, 202, 205
  • Stroudley, Mr. W., Tender for Express Engine, Loudon, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, 247, 268, 270
  • Sub-Wealden Explorations, 30, 264
  • Sulphur from Iron, Elimination of, 430
  • Sun Power, 377
  • Superheated Steam, 419, 439
  • Swedish Boiler Plates, 230
  • Syphons, 453
  • Tangye Brothers, Messrs, Hydraulic Shears for Shearing Sin. Cables, 379
  • Tank Locomotive, London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Mr. W, Hartley, Messrs. Neilson, Engineers, 389
  • Tasmanian Tin, 213
  • Taste, 236
  • Tees, Development and Improvement of the, 243
  • Telegraph Poles in Persia, 373
  • Telegraph System, A New, 213
  • Tender for Express Engine, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Mr. W. Stroudley, 247, 268, 270
  • Testing Alloys, 79
  • Thames Tunnel, The Proposed, 436
  • Thames Valley Drainage, 264, 328, 411
  • Thorneycroft, Messrs. J., Torpedo Boat for tho Austrian Government, 204
  • Thunderer, The, 132
  • Thunderer's Turret Gun Gear, H.M.S., 439
  • Timber, Jarrah, 118
  • Tires, Belgian, 147, 32S
  • Torpedo Boat for the Austrian Government, Messrs. J. Thorneycroft, 204
  • Torpedoes, 157
  • Toughened Glass, 149, 316
  • Tower Subway, 156
  • Trade Marks, 450
  • Trade Marks, Registration of, 23, 89, 390, 393
  • Trades Unions, Promotion of Business by, 430
  • Tramway Rail Cleaner, 217
  • Trap, Royle's Steam, 144
  • Trials with H.M.S. Bruiser, 73
  • Trial of the Pyx, 169
  • Tubes, Circulating, 353
  • Tuileries, Restoration of, 236
  • Turkish Navy, The, 373
  • Turning Chilled Wheels, Mr. W. W. Lobdell at the Car-builders' Association, 433
  • Tuyere, Mr. Lloyd, 304
  • Tuyeres Blast Furnace, 252, 279, 303, 320
  • United States' Government Boiler Testing Experiments, 147
  • Valve, Mr. F. W. Colls' Mercurial Safety, 128
  • Valve Gear, Setting out, 42
  • Valve, Mr. R. Porter's Duplex, 77
  • Vanguard, Loss of the, 168, 184, 186, 236, 256, 285
  • Ventilation of Cleveland Iron Mines, 401
  • Vesuvius, 471
  • Victoria, The Labour Market in, 316
  • Vienna Exhibition of Milling, Brewing, and Distilling Machinery, 300
  • Virginia City, 438
  • Wages and Unionism, 450
  • Wagons, Goods, 470
  • Wagtail, Steam Canal Tug, Messrs. Wilson and Co., Engineers, Mr. St. Claire J. Byrne, Naval Architect, 374, 379
  • Wales and the Adjoining Counties, 20, 35, 54, 72, 88, 106, 124, 140, 156.194, 210, 226, 242, 260, 278, 296, 314 332, 348, 366. 384, 402, 418, 438, 458, 478
  • Wallace, Mr. J , On certain New Forms of Bunsen Burner, Newcastle-on-Tyne Chemical Society, 87 144
  • Warming Railway Carriages by Steam, Haag's System, 370, 377
  • Waste of Coal in Cornish Mines, 213
  • Waste Water Preventers, 182
  • Water in Aid of Steam Power, 261, 303
  • Water Power at Bellegarde, Application of, 3
  • Waterworks Improvements, 131
  • Webb's Achievement, Capt., 220
  • Welsh, C.E., Mr. Ashbel, On the Form, Weight, Manufacture, and Life of Rails, American Society of Civil Engineers, 99
  • Westminster Royal Aquarium and Winter Garden, Designed by Mr. A. Bedborough, 231, 234, 238, 245, 250, 253, 265, 272
  • West's Retort Charging and Drawing Apparatus, 414, 446
  • West wood and Bailey, Messrs., Iron Bridge for Ceylon, 175
  • Wheel Moulding Machine, Mr. Dickinson, 77
  • Wheel Tire, Messrs., Burrell and Valpy's Safety, 465
  • Wheels, Allens Elastic, 111
  • White Brass, 76
  • Wigan Boiler Explosion, 90
  • Willan's 3-Cylinder Engine. 230
  • Wilson and Co., Messrs., Steam Canal Tug Wagtail, Mr. St. Claire J. Byrne, Naval Architect, 374, 379
  • Winch, Messrs., Priestman and Co.'s Double, 128
  • Woolwich Explosion, 5
  • Woolwich, Puddling at, 213
  • Working Steep Gradients by Locomotives, Messrs. Dick and Stevenson's Apparatus for, 216
  • Wrecks, 1873-4, 175
  • Yorkshire College of Science, 248

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