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The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1878 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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Addlestone Accident, The, 149

Admiralty Appointments, 455

Agricultural Machinery at the Paris Exhibition, Trials of. 53, 74, 90

Air Temperature : its Distribution and Range. 357

Aldborough Promenade Pier, Suffolk, Mr. Thomas Cargill, 182, 183, 232, 242

Aldred and Spielman, Messrs., Tramway Rail, Royal Agricultural Show, 21, 223

Allen. Mr. John F., Portable Pneumatic Rivetting Machine, Paris Exhibition, 210, Figs. 5, 6, 7

American Line Shafting, 266

Amiantbine Coal, 220

Ammunition. Expenditure of, 287

Armstrong, Sir W., Divided Mountain Gun, 365

Armstrong, Sir W., on Foreign Competition, 402

Armstrong 6in. Gun, and Iron and Steel Projectiles, 310

Arbitration, 10

Arctic Exploration, 184

Artillery in the Afghan War, 412

Artisan Reporters, Paris Exhibition, 63

Asbestos ? 447

Association, Agricultural Engineers’, 404

Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, London, 22, 139, 142, 272

Boiler for Steam Launches, New Form of, Mr. E. Elliott, 22

Atkinson, Mr.. Feed-water Heater, 57

Atmosphere, The Physical Properties of the, 328

Atwood, Mr., Safety Nut, 164

Australia? 283

Australia, Subsidising Manufactures in, 302

Australian International Exhibition, 402

Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Reduction of Wages, 409

Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Traction Engine and Crane, Paris Exhibition, 92, 95

Aveling and Porter, Messrs., 8-H.P. Traction Engine, Paris Exhibition, 279, 286

Avonmouth Dock, The, 349

Awards, Paris, 263

Bagshaw and Sons, Messrs., Relief Valve, 427

Baines, Mr. W. N., Steam Lubricator, 165

Barnsley Collieries, The, 284

Barford and Perkins, Messrs., Self-lifting Cultivator, Royal Agricultural Show, 19, 21

Barometer, its Uses. Winds, and Storms, 376

Bartrum and Powell, Messrs., Comet Pump, 143

Bateman, Mr. J. F., Resignation of, 404

Battery, Single Fluid, 143

Beccles, Railway Accident at, 70

Beer, La Maison, 80-H.P. Winding Engines, Paris Exhibition, 48, 56, 63, 99 (Supplements July 19th, and August 9th.)

Belgian Notes, 294

Bell Ringing, 428, 445

Bells of St. Paul’s, The New, 358

Beloe, Mr. C. H., Tramway Permanent Way, 314

Belting and the Transmission of Power by Wire Ropes,

Berthon and Bell, Messrs., Emery Grinder, 248

Birmingham, Notes from (See Iron and Coal Trades)

Blackburn Wrought Iron Girder Bridge, Mr. W. Bryan (Contracts Open), 276, 282

Block, Plummer, Messrs. H. G. Sanders and Co., 164

Boiler, Elephant, Messrs. J. and E. Hall, 135

Boiler Explosion. A Remarkable, 339

Boiler, Marine, Mr. T. F. Passman, 358, 391

Boiler for Steam Launches, &c., New Form of, 22

Boiler with Ten Brink’s Grate, 40-H.P., Messrs.

Escher, Wyss, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 5

Boilers, Design and Use of, 152, 185

Boilers, Foreign Steam, 97

Boilers? Gas Fired, 319

Boilers, Locomotive Engine, 132

Boilers, Marine, 143

Boilers in the Royal Navy and Mercantile Marine, 7

Boilers ? Steel, 393

Boilers, Tubulous Marine, 9

Boilers, Water Tube, 359

Books Received, 115, 247, 285, 375, 395

Boot Heel Tip Machinery ? 227

Boulogne Harbour, IS8

Bournemouth, Amateur Engineering at, 448

Bournemouth Sewerage, Amateur Engineering and the, 245

Boy Labour in Britain and Belgium, 188

Brakes, Continuous, 6, 40, 352, 390, 413, 445

Brakes, Continuous,on the North-Eastern Railway,809

Brakes, M. Maria’s Report on Continuous, 75

Brakes, Railway, 61. 167, 375

Brakes upon the Wheels of a Train, Theory of the Action of, 397

Brass Cylinders? The Strength of, 431, 447

Brenton, Mr. W., Roofing, Royal Agricultural Show, 21

Brick Kilns, Herr H. Dueberg, 191, 232

Bridge, The Britannia, 27

Bridge, Wrought Iron Girder, at Blackburn, 276, 282

Bridge over the Douro, near Oporto, MM. Eiffel et Cie., 29, 38, 39, 94, 99

Bridge, The Empress, Indus Valley State, 44

Bridge over the Firth of Forth, Projected, 189

Bridge, Gloucester-gate, 139

Bridge at Marseilles, Swing, Paris Exhibition, 206, 210, 222, 229

Bridge, Wolverhampton, Canal-street, Mr. G. E. Thoms (Contracts Open), 58, 60, 77, 166

Bristol Mining School, 133

British Association at Dublin, The, 113

Address of the President, Inaugural, Mr. Wm. Spottiswoode, 111, 116

Animal Intelligence, Mr. G. J. Romanes, 123

Chemical Dissociation, Professor Dewar and Mr. Cottrell, 124

Conversazione at Leinster House, 123

Erne and Shannon Rivers, Navigation of the, Mr. L.

Lynam, 144

Recent Improvements in the Port of Dublin, Mr.

B. B. Stoney, 142

Bronzing Castings, 431

Brussels Main Drainage, 172

Buffer Stop and Stop Block (See Portfolio Drawing, No. 110), 167

Buffer Stops, Railway, 7

Burntisland, Firth of Forth, New Wet Dock, Messrs.

Meik, Son, and Bouch, 262, 267

Cables, Duplexing Submarine, 394

Cabul, The British Advance on, 421

“ Calais-Douvres,” The, 10

Canals and Railways, 241, 261, 296

Candle Making Machines ? 393

Carriage, Third-class, Eastern Railway of France, M.

L. Regray, Paris Exhibition, 314, 321

Castings ? Chill, 447

Castings ? Crucible Steel, 447

Castings, Strong, 373, 393

Catch, Counterpoise Safety Mine, DI. Cousin, 223

Cement Brick and Tile Machines, ? 301

Cement for Stopping Holes in Castings, 122

Cements, Architectural, 207, 261

Ceylon, Railways in, 80, 246

Cheneral, M., Windlass Tender, Paris Exhibition, 74

Chichester Waterworks, The, Dlr. W. Shelford, 317, 318, 336, 340, 341

Chilled Castings ? 207

Civil Engineering on the Tees, 54

Civil Engineers, The Institution of, 316, 319, 334, 337, 352, 370, 3S9. 411, 428, 445

Claparbde et Cie., MM., Eight-coupled Goods Locomotive, Paris and Orleans Railway, Paris Exhibition, 161, 168, 171

Claparbde et Cie., MM., 700-H.P. Compound Marine Engine, Paris Exhibition, 385, 388

Clarke and Sutcliffe, Messrs., Fans and Forges, 377

Clay Grinding Machinery ? 319

Cleaning Wool from Sand ? 431

Cleopatra’s Needle, 188, 208, 239, 395

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, 96, 106, 135, 155, 156, 167, 184, 232, 242, 295

Clouds and Weather, Rev. W. C. Ley, on, 419

Clutch Gear, Messrs. C. Burrell and Sons’, 443

Coal Miners, South Yorkshire, 455

Coal Trade, the South Yorkshire, 62

Collet, Mr. J W., Step Bearing, 143

Collieries of the North of France, 287

Colliers in 1878 and 1873, 170

Colliery Disasters, Dlr. Macdonald, M.P., on, 208

Colliery Dispute of the Old Sort, A, 115

Colliery Explosions, 227

Collision in the Thames, 171, 187, 205

Competition, Foreign, 28

Concrete in Portugal, 320

Contract Specifications, 394

Contracts Open

Blackburn Wrought Iron Girder Bridge, Mr. W. Bryan, 276, 282

Canal-street Bridge, Wolverhampton, 58. 60, 77

Croydon Rural Sewerage Works, Mr. B. Latham, 109, 112

Cotton Belting and Iron-sided Rubber Roller Wringers ? American, 227

Coupling Engine, Kaiser Ferdinand Nordbahn, DI. Rotter, 164

Cousin, DI., Counterpoise Safety Diine Cage Catch, 223

Cowls, 152

Craddock and the Steam Engine, 24

Crane, Steam Building, Messrs. J. and V. Florio, Paris Exhibition, 369, 376

Croydon Rural Sewerage Works, Mr. Baldwin Latham (Contracts Open), 109,112

Crucible Furnace, Plumbago Crucible Company, 74

Cultivators, Self-lifting, Messrs. Barford and Perkins, Royal Agricultural Show, 19, 21

Current Elements of a Voltaic Circuit, Diethod for Determining, 189

Curve DIeasurer, Dlr. E. R. Dale, 223

Cutter, Grain, Herr Pini, 434

Cutter, Grain, Herr Wilhelm, 434

Cyprus, 45, 108

Cyprus, Steam Communication between Liverpool and, 118

Cylinder, Content of a, 96

Dale, Dlr. E. R., Curve Measurer, 223

“ Dandolo,” The Italian Ironclad, 31

Darby, Dlr. C. T., Steam Cultivating Erg-'ne?, Royal Agricultuial Show, 40 43

Davcrio, Mr. Gustave, Roller Mill, Paris Exhibition, 258, 296 . t „

Deakin, Parker, and Co., Messrs., Horizontal Condensing Engine, 461

Deas, Mr., 216 . „ ,

Deere and Co., Messrs., Sulky Plough, Pans Exhibition, 74

“ Destroyer,” Screw Engines of the, 457, 460

Diamond Stone-dresser, Mr. A. Millot, Paris Exhibition, 255

Diamonds, Tools for Mounting, Paris Exhibition, 255

Diaries for 1879, Letts’, 455

Diaries for 1879, Railway and Official, 459

Dirt, The Chemistry of, 261 .

Dobson and Mudge, Messrs., File-cutting Machine, 350, 351 , , .

Dobson and Mudge, Messrs., Rasp-cutting Machine, 332

Dock at Nicolaieff, Depositing, Messrs. Clark and

Standfield, 61, 65, 75, 121

Dock, Wet, Burntisland, Firth of Forth, Messrs.

Meik, Son, and Bouch, 262, 267

Douro, Bridge over the, 29, 38, 39, 94, 99

Dovetailing Machine, Mr. Tighe Hamilton, 47

Draughtsmen, Pay and Position of, 77

Drawbridge at East Toledo, 18

Dressing Machine, Martin’s Patent, 105

Dressing Machine, “ Victor” Flour, 434

Drum Guard, Automatic, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Head, 424

Drum Guard and Shakers, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 424

Dublin, Death Rate of, 303

Dublin, Improvements in the Port of, 142

Dueberg, Herr H., Brick Kilns, 191

“ Duilio,” The Italian Ironclad, 72, 78, 96

Durham, Mr., Velometer, 190

Dynamo-Electric Machines, 128

Eastern Mail Contracts, 170

East Coast Junction Railway Carriages, 317

Eastern Railway of France, Express Passenger Engine,

M. L. Regray, Paris Exhibition, 244, 249

Eastern Railway of France, First-class Carriage, M. L.

Regray, Paris Exhibition, 278, 285

Eastern Railway of France, Third-class Carriage, M. L.

Regray, Paris Exhibition, 314

Eaves, Mr., Improved Dead-weight Safety Valve, 57

Eddystone Lighthouse, The New, 9

Edison, Mr. T. A., 84

Edison, Electric Light, The, 302, 339

Edison’s Latest Wonders, 272

Edison and the Microphone, Mr., 53

Edison and his Phones, 100

Edison’s Telephonic and Acoustic Researches, 396, 415, 425

Electric Communication in Towns, 227

Electric Lamps, Metallic Reflectors for, 296

Electric Light, 131, 334, 339, 381, 391, 408

Electric Light in Ayr The, 205

Electric Light, The Edison, 339

Electric Light v. Gas, 263, 281

Electric Light, Deleterious Influence of the, 352

Electric Light, Divisibility of the, 287

Electric Light in London, The, 276

Electric Light applied to Night Attacks, 338

Electric Light, Novel Application of the, 35

Electric Light in the Provinces, 239

Electric Light, Something like an, 261

Electric Light on the Thames Embankment, 450

Electric Light, Professors Thomson and Houston’s, 295

Electric Light in the United States, 374

Electric Light, The Wallace-Farmer, 295

Electric Light, The Werdermaun’s, 312, 333

Electric Organ Blowers ? 431

Electrical Apparatus at the Paris Exhibition, 273

Electricity Applied to the Ignition of Blasting Charges, 330

Electricity, Practical Application of, to Lighting

Purposes, 404

Electro-Magnetic Machine, The Gramme, 329

Elements, Alleged Decomposition of, 431

Elements, Nature of The, 447

Emery Grinder, Messrs. Berthon and Bell, 248

Engine, Agricultural Locomotive, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Head, 407

Engine, Boiler, and Threshing Machine Fittings, Messrs. R. Garrett and Sons, 427

Engine, Compound Beam, Messrs. Powell et Cie., Paris Exhibition, 1, 78

Engine, Condensing (Single Cylinder), MM. Sulzer

Frhres, Paris Exhibition, 149, 150, 154

Engine, Compound Condensing, Messrs. Galloway and Sons, Paris Exhibition, 226, 229, 240, 241, 260

Engine, Condensing (Compound), MM. Sulzer Frbres, Paris Exhibition, 147, 149, 154

Engine, 700-H.P. Compound Marine, MM. Claparede et Cie., Paris Exhibition, 385

Engine, Compound Pumping, Chichester Waterworks,

Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 336

Engine, 60-H.P. Compound Tandem, MM. Escher, Wyss, et Cie., Paris Exhibition, 22, 23

Engine, Economic Water, Mr. J. Hastie, 146

Engine, Electric Light, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Head, 389

Engine, Express Passenger, Eastern Railway of France, M. L. Regray, 244, 249

Engine and Fire-engine, Combined Traction, Paris Exhibition, M. A. Schmid, 209 and 210, Fig. 1

Engine, Eight-coupled Goods, Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, Paris Exhibition, M. E. Marid, 293 (Supplement Oct. 25th)

Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., 427

Engine, 16-H.P. Horizontal, Messrs. A. Shanks and Sons, 13

Engine, 50-H.P. Horizontal, MM. Socin and Wick, Paris Exhibition, 350

Engine, Horizontal Condensing, Messrs. Deakin, Parker, and Co., 461

Engine, Horizontal High-Pressure Condensing, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., 446, 451

Engine, Hydro-Carbon Hot Air, Messrs. Thomson, Sterne, and Co., Royal Agricultural Show, 42, 48

Engine, Portable Steam Pumping, Messrs. Shand, Mason, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 286

Engine, Single Boiler, Fairlie, Paris Exhibition, 347, 349

Engine, Steam Cultivating. Mr. C. T. Darby, Royal Agricultural Show, 40, 43

Engine, Steam Fire, Messrs. Shand, Mason, and Co., 165

Engine and Tender, Express Passenger, Southern Railway of France, Paris Exhibition, 26, 30

Engine, 8-H.P. Traction, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, Paris Exhibition, 279, 286

Engine, 8-H.P. Traction, Messrs. Fisken and Co.. 406

Engine, Tramway, Society St. Leonard, Paris Exhibition, 108

Engines of the “ Destroyer,” Screw, 457, 460

Engines, Exhaust Chamber for Locomotive, Messrs.

Pollock and Wilkinson, 57

Engines at the Paris Exhibition, Marine, 237

Engines at the Paris Exhibition, Steam, 391

Engines at the Paris Exhibition, Steam Fire, 381, 391

Engines, Six-Coupled Express, 135, 156, 184

Engines, Six-Coupled Express, Mr. E. L. Pearce, 135

Engines for Street Cars, Pneumatic, 180

Engines, Traction, 186, 191, 445

Engines, Traction, Messrs. John Fowler and Co., 186, 191

Engines, 80-H.P. Winding, Lo Maison Beer, Paris Exhibition. (Supplements 19th July and Aug. 9th), 48, 56, 63, 99

Engines, 350-H.P. Winding, Soci6t£ Anonyme D’Angin, 298, 299, 303

Engineering Congress at the Paris Exhibition, International, 16

Engineering Feat, Hydraulic, 46

Engineering. Principal Speeds in Mechanical, 355

Engineers’ Commissions, 169, 184

Engineers and Double Commissions, Civil, 234

Engineers, The Education of, 28, 77

Engineers in the Mercantile Marine, 177, 197, 293

Engineers for the Navy, 27

English Workmen and the Paris Exhibition, 28

Erne and Shannon, Navigation of the, 144

Escher, Wyss, et Cio., MM., 40-H.P. Boiler, with Ten Brink's Grate, Paris Exhibition, 5

Escher, Wyss, et Cie., MM., 60-H.P. Compound Tandem Engin-, Paris Exhibition, 22, 23

Eurydice, Rais’ng the, 44

Everett’s Stocks and Dies, 303

Excentric Gear, Mr. J. J. Lane, Royal Agricultural Show, 22

Expansion Gear, Automatic, Mr. A. Rigg, 423

Explosion on Board the “ Bustard,” 97

Explosion on Board the " Cybele,” 246

Explosion on Board the “ Humboldt,” 77, 131, 142, 156

Explosives Act, Operation of the, 10

Fahrig’s Composition Light, 434

Fairlie Engine, Single Boiler, Paris Exhibition, 347, 349, 354

Famagousta, 63

Fans and Forges, Messrs. Clarke and Sutcliffe, 377

Feed Water Heater, Mr. A kmson, 57

File-cutting Machine, Messrs. Dobson and Mu Ige, 350, 351

Filters, 337

Fire-boxes, 423

Fire-boxes, Channelled Steel, 134

Fire Escape, A Spiral, 77

Fire Escapes. 96

Fish-plate Nut Lock, Skinner’s, 146

Fisken and Co., Messrs., 8-H.P. Traction Engine, 406

Florio, Messrs. J. and V., Steam Building Crane,

Paris Exhibition, 369, 376

Flour Mill Explosion at Minneapolis, 3S3

Flying Machine, New, 17

Foreign Competitors, 431

Foster, Messrs. J. and C. J.. Brick Kiln. 385

Fowler and Co., Messrs. John, Traction Engines, 186

Freestone Dressing Machines ? 431

Free Trade, Canadian View of, 363

Free Trade v. Protection, 337, 352, 370, 390, 408, 42 3

Friction, Co-eftieients of, 327, 370

Galibert, M., Respirator, 293

Galloway and Sons, Messrs., Compound Condensing

Engine, Paris Exhibition, 226, 229, 240, 241, 260

Garlic Extractor, Mr. A. Millot, Paris Exhibition, 2 55

Gas Checks for Rifled Muzzle-loading Guns, 439

Gas v. Electricity, 301

Gas Explosions in Coal Mines, 260

Gas Generator, Small, 146

Gas Lighting in the Colonies, 394

Gas Well, Deep, 104

Gasoline Engine ? 393

Glass Trade, Strike in the, 381

Glydon, Messrs., Lubricator, 368

Gold in India, 393

Governor, Mr. Westinghouse. 248

Governors, Automatic Expansion, Mr. Rigg, 423

Governor, Ring, Mr. Wile, 423

Governors, Marine, 114, 135, 155, 241, 316, 359, 370, 428, 444

Grain Washer, Mr. Rose, Paris Exhibition, 258

Gramme, Electro-Magnetic Machine, 329

Grinder, Treadle, Mr. Phillips, 427

Guibal Fan at the Sacre Madame Collieries, Paris

Exhibition, S<;ci6t6 Anonyme de Marcinelle et Couillet, 368, 372

Gunpowder Magazines and Lightning Conductors, 294

Gun, The Armstrong 6in., 319, 335

Gun, The Armstrong 6in., Iron and Steel Projectiles, 310

Gun, The Armstrong Divided Mounted, 365

Gun-Cotton Equipment for Cavalry, 383

Guns, Breech and Muzzle-loading Field, 246

Hall, Messrs. J. and E., Elephant Boiler, 135

Hamilton, Mr. Tighe, Dovetailing Machine, 47

Hay-Pressing Machinery at H.M. Dockyard, Woolwich,

Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 461, 464

Harbours, Scientific Form of, 402

Hastie, Mr. John, Economic Water Engine, 146

Hawes Railway, Inspection of the, 104

Hayward Tyler and Co., Messrs., Hay-pressing Machinery at her Majesty’s Dockyard, Woolwich, 461, 464

Hay-pressing Machines, Paris Exhibition, 91

Heating Air from Steam Pipes, Mr. Theron Skeel, On, 30

Heating Houses, The Holly System of, 456

Heat-regulator? Self-acting, 245

Heating and Ventilating Apparatus of the Glasgow University, 433

Hedge-cutting Machine, Messrs. R. Hornsby and Sons, Royal Agricultural Show, 21, 22

Highways Bill, 1878, The, 77

Highways Bill, Steam on Common Roads and the, 79

H.M.S. “ Iris,” 167

Hornsby and Sons, Messrs. R., Hedge-cutting Machine, Royal Agricultural Show, 21, 22

Horse Hoe Foot, Messrs. Vipan and Headley, 424

Hungarian State Railway Company, Six - Coupled Mixed Locomotive, Paris Exhibition, 4, 11

Hygienic Congress in Paris, Two New Chemical Products, 162

Inclines ? Self-acting, 447

India, Gold in, 393

India, Steel Rails in, 394

Industrial Mission and its Results, 302

“ Inflexible,” The, 100, 445

Injectors? 431 I

Institute, The Iron and Steel, 44, 175

Iron and Mild Steel, Mechanical and other Properties of, Mr. Daniel Adamson, 201, 202, 203, 211, 218 , X,

Iron and Steel, The most Recent Advances m the Manufacture of, Professor Akerman, 201, 218, 223

Iron and Steel Industries, The Progress of, Professor Jordan, 199

Paris Meeting, Address of the President, Dr. Siemens, 198

Steel, Certain Matters Affecting the Use of, M.

Ernest March6, 201, 218

Steel, M. Ponsard’s Ferro-convertisseur for the Manufacture of, M. Sylvain Perisse, 205, 220

Institute of Mining Engineers, Midland, 2

Institution of Naval Architects, 171

Institute of Technology, Stevens’ :—

Telephone, The, Mr. Brown Ayres, 148

Institution of Civil Engineers, The, 149, 316, 319, 334, 337, .34 9, 352, 370, 389, 440

Avonmouth Dock, Mr. J. B. Mackenzie, .349

Heating and Ventilating Apparatus of the Glasgow University, Mr. Wilson W. Phipson, 433

Locomotives Underground, On the Use of, Mr. C Heinrich, 2

Physical Properties of the Atmosphere, Dr. Mann, 8’8

Railway Work in Japan, Mr. W. Furness Potter, 440 River Lagan and Harbour of Belfast, Mr. T. R.

Salmond, 349

Whitehaven Harbour and Dock Works, Mr. J. E.

Williams, 349

Institution of Engineers, Chesterfield and Derbyshire, 15

Summer Excursion to Furness and Cumberland, 55 Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in

Scotland, 317

Harbours, Scientific Form of, Mr. W. G. Jenkins, 402

Institution of Mechanical Engineers—

Brakes upon the Wheels of a Train. Theory of the Action of, Mr. Walter R. Browne, 397

Institutions, Metropolitan Technical Educational, 286

“ Iris,” The Despatch Vessel, 30

Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and other Districts, 16, 35, 51, 69, 86, 104, 121, 139, 159, 174, 195, 215, 235, 252, 271, 291, 307, 324 345, 363, 381, 401, 418, 437, 455

Iron and Mild Steel, Mechanical and other Properties of, 201. 202, 203, 211, 218, 260, 281

Iron, Prices of, 80

Iron, Round Rolled Bar, 337

Iron and Steel Industries, Progress of, 199

Iron and Steel, Our French Rivals in, 264

Iron and Steel, Recent Advances in the Manufacture of, 201, 218, 223

Iron Trade, The American, 98

Iron Trade, Competition in the, 320

Iron Trade, The German, 412

Iron Trade and Ironworks of France, The, 161

Iron Trade and the New Weights, The, 432

Iron Trade, Wages in the, 357

Ironclad “ Duilio,” The Italian, 72, 78, 96

Ironclad Field Artillery, 35

Ironclads, Russian Circular, 248

Ironmaking in Germany, 462

Ironmongery, American, 467

Jefferies’ Ball Valve, Messrs. J. Fell and Co., 377

Joints in Copper Pans? 431

Kaiser Ferdinand’s Nordbahn, Engine Coupling, Mr.

Rotter, 164

Kidderminster, The Drainage of, 357

Kiln, BricK, Messrs. J. and C. J. Foster, 385

Kelly’s Post-office Engineers’ Directory, 294

Kerosine Engines ? 283

King’s College Engineering Society (See Society)

Knights, New, 335

Labour and Competition, 72

Lancashire, Notes from (See Notes from Lancashire)

Larfaigue, M., Hydraulic Steering Gear, Paris Exhibition, 71, 83, 96, 106

Lamm, Mr., Fireless Locomotive, Paris Exhibition, 54

Lamps, Miners’ Safety, Mr. Odling, 179

Lane, Mr. J. J., Excentric Gear, Royal Agricultural Show, 22

Larsen, Mr. J. D., Six-wheeled Tram-car and Bogie

Pin, 259, 266

Launch in Paisley, 325

Laws of Motion, The, 408, 409, 428, 444, 465

Lead Shot? Machinery for Making, 393

Leaders:—

Arbitration, 10 i

Armstrong 6in. Gun, 319

Artillery in the Afghan War, 412

Boiler Explosion, A Remarkable, 339

Boilers, The Design and Use of, 152

Boilers, Foreign Steam, 97

Boilers, Locomotive Engine, 132

Boilers, Tubulous Marine, 9

Boulogne Harbour, 188

Bournemouth, Amateur Engineering at, 245, 44S

Boy Labour in Britain and Belgium 188

Brakes, Railway, 61, 375

Breech and Muzzle-loading Field Guns, 246

Britannia Bridge, The, 27

British Association at Dublin, 113

Calais-Douvres, The, 10

Cements, Architectural, 207

Civil Engineers, Constitution of the Institution of the, 319, 337, 411

Civil Engineers and Double Commissions, 284

Cleopatra’s Needle, 188, 208, 265, 375

Coal Trade, The South Yorkshire, 62

Colliers in 1873 and 1878, 170

Colliery Dispute of the Old Sort, 115

Colliery Explosions, 227

Concrete in Portugal, 320

Contract Specifications, 394

Cowls, 152

Cyprus, 45

Design in Steam Machinery, 79

Duplexing Submarine Cables, 394

Eastern Mail Contracts, 170

Eddystone Lighthouse, The New,

Edison’s Light, 302, 309

Electric Communication in Towns, 227

Electric Light, The, 131

Electric Light Applied to Night Attacks, 338

Electric Light and the Gas Companies, 263

Electric Light in the United States, 374

Elements, Alleged Decomposition of the, 431

Elements, Nature of the, 447

Engineers’ Commissions, 169

Engineers, Education of, 28

Engineers for the Navy, 27

English Workmen and the Paris Exhibition, 28

Explosion on Board the “ Bustard,” 97

Explosion on Board the “ Cybele,” 246

Explosion on Board the “Humboldt,” 131

Explosives Act, Operation of the, 10

Foreign Competitors, 28, 431

Gas v. Electricity, 301

Gaslighting in the Colonies, 394

Gauge of Street Tramways, 374

German Competition in Steam Rails, 98

Gold in India, 393

Government and the Telephone, 62

Hoist with their own Petard, 284

Hydraulic Engineering Feat, Novel, 46

Industrial Mission and its Results, 302

Ironmongery, American, 467

Iron, Prices of, 80

Iron and Steel, Our French Rivals in, 264

Iron Trade, The American, 98

Iron Trade, Competition in the, 320

Iron Trade, The German, 412

Iron Trade and the New Weights, The, 432

Locomotive Economy, 62

London Gas Supply, 62

London Water Supply, 263

Lubricants at Sea, 448

Macadamised Roads, 284

Machine Tools, 228

Marine Engine Governors, 114

Metropolitan Board and the Water Supply, 465

Miners’ Meeting at Barnsley, 208

Miners, Proposed Special Conference of, 356

Monkwearmouth Junction Railway, The, 302

Naval Review at Portsmouth, 115

Operatives, Constructive, 46

Paper and Steel v. Cast Iron Railway Wheels, 448

Paris Exhibition, The, 373

Petroleum as a Fuel, 466

Pipe Founding in Australia, 375

Princess Alice, Death of the, 447

Princess Alice, The Loss of the, 187, 355

Protection in Canada, 355

Protection and Free Trade, 337

Provisional Orders, 465

Railways in Assam, 152

Railways in Cape Colony, 320

Railways in Ceylon, 80, 246

Railways, Indian Frontier, 373

River Regulation in Ireland, 187

Rivers, The Regulation of, 151

Screw Propulsion, 45

Sewer Ventilation, 338

Sheaf Binding Machines, 115

Sheffield Distress, 412, 432

Sheffield, Limited Liability in, 467

Shipbuilding in 1878, 188

Sittingbourne Collision, The, 169

Socotra, 302

Steam on Common Roads in America, 133

Steam on Common Roads and) the Highways Bill, 79

Steam Tram-cars, 284

Steam on Tramways, 46

Steam from Petroleum, 412

Steel, 207

Steel, The Age of, 356

Steel Rails in India, 394

Subsidising Manufacturers in Australia, 302

Thames and its Authorities, The, 283

Thames and the Metropolitan Sewage, The, 301, 411

Thames Valley Drainage Scheme, 264

Thornaby Accident, The, 113

Trade Marks, 228

Trade Prospects, 283

Trade Reviving ? Is, 80

Trade with Turkey in Asia, 132

Legal Intelligence—

Binney v. Lincolne, 468

In re Edison’s Application, 449

Lofts v. Foster, 409

Morgan-Brown v. Jackson, 409

Wegmann v. Corcoran, Witt, and Co., 433

Wilde v. Wells and Co., The Electric Light, 294

Letters to the Editor—

Air Furnaces, Founder, 61

Aidborough Pier, F. W. Bryant, 232

Aidborough Pier, Fair Play, 242

American Cotton Belting, and Iron Sided Rubber

Roller Wringers, W. W., 227

American Line Shafting, T. Patterson, 296

Armstrong Gun, The New, R. A., 335

Asbestos? Asbestos, 447

Atherton’s Patent Tire Fastening, Diogenes, 24

Australia, Australian, 283

Beacons, G. B. G., 187

Bells of St. Paul’s, The New, Treble Bob, 358

Bell Ringing, Inventor of the “ Clapper Stay,’ 445

Bell Ringing, Mechanic, 428

Boilers, Design and Use of, Fred. Jno. Rowan, 185

Boilers, Elephant, John and Edward Hall, 135

Boilers, Gas-fired, H. J. A. L., 319

Boilers, Steel? R. I. C., 393

Boilers, Water-tube, E. A. Bourry, 359

Boot Heel Tip Machinery, R. R., 227

Brakes, Continuous, Continuity, 391

Brakes, Continuous, J. N. A., 390

Brakes, Continuous, Thomas Maude, 352, 445

Brakes, Continuous, E. Pinel, 6

Brakes, Railway, Augustus Gross, 167

Brass Cylinders, Strength of, A. H. Baylis, 447

Brass Cylinders ? Strength of, Vulcan, 431

B Brick Kilns, Humphrey Chamberlain, 282

British Association, Edward Higginson, 151

Letters to the Editor (continued)_

Bronzing Castings? F. and J., 431

Canals and Railways, Aicrem 242 296

Canals and Railways, James Lyna’m, 261

Candle-making Machines ? R L. K 393

Castings? Chill, A. W. T., 447 ’’

Castings, Chilled, Steam’’207

Castings, Strong, A. W. T. 373

Castings? Strong, Cupola’*393

Chilled Iron Rollers, Turning, H. K. 131

Civil Engineers, Institution of, A l’’c E 389

Civil gn*4neers> Institution of, Assoc. Inst.. 316 ngmeers, Institution of, Corporate Member, 389

Civil Engineers, Institution of, An Engineer, 428

Civil Engineers, Institution of, Another Engineer,

Cij|15En^ineers> Institution of, Another Engineer,

Sneers, The Institution of, Diploma, 370

Civil Engineers, Institution of, Engineer, 334

Civil Engineers, Institution of, Junior Member, 352

Civil Engineers, Institution of. Justitia, 317

Civil Engineers, Institution of, Llewellyn Lloyd, Assoc. Inst., 334

Civil Engineers, The Institution of, Steam, 370

Clay-grinding Machinery, T. M., 319

Cleaning Wool from Sand ? J. C., 431

Cleminson s Radiating Axles, James Cleminson, 106, 155, 184, 232, 295

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, C. Fairholme, 156

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, Impromptu, 167, 242

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, J. H., 167

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, Main Line Stock, 156

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, Thos. Midelton, 96

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, R. H. J., 232

Cleminson’s Radiating Axles, Vienna, 135, 167, 242

Coal-compressing Machinery, W., 9

Coal Mines, Gas Explosions in, John G. Williams, 260

Coefficients of Friction, Walter R. Browne, 370

Comet Pump. The, Bartrum and Powell, 167

Compressed Paper, W. D., 207

Content of a Cylinder, W. N. Griffin, 96

Copper Furnaces, Founder, 79

Coyne’s Selecting Machines, Morewood and Co., 232

Craddock and the Steam Engine, T. Craddock, 24

Crucible Steel Castings ? G. E. W., 447

Dark Planet and Bright Sun as Seen by the Eye, C. B. Allen, 77

Daverio’s Roller Mills, Henry Simon, 296

Draughtsmen, Pay and Position of, Verax, 77 “Duilio,” The, Schneider et Cie., 96

East? Coast Junction Railway Carriages, Simplex,

Electric Light, R. Allison, 391

Electric Light, The, Denny Lowe, 408

Electric Light, B. H. Thwaites, 335

Electric Light v. Gas, A. W., 281

Electric Light v. Gas, James Craig, 281, 334

Electric Light v. Gas, R., 296

Electric Light, Deleterious Influence of the, Alex.

E. Tucker, 352

Electric Organ Blowers? E. F. T., 431

Endless Steel Bands, J. R., 207

Engineers’ Commission, An Outsider, 184

Engineers’ Commissions, Thomas Ormiston, 184

Engineers, Education of, John Hayes, 77

Engineers in the Mercantile Marine, J. Bolam, 335

Engines, Six-coupled Express, D. H. O’Neale Neale. 156

Engines, Six-coupled Express, E. Lewis Pearce, 135, 184

Engines, Traction, Wm. Robertson, 445

Explosion on Board the “ Humboldt,” Ingenium, 156

Filters, F. S. S., 337

Fire Escapes, A Manchester Engineer, 96

Fletcher’s Annular Furnace, Patent Plumbago Crucible Company, 97

Freestone Dressing Machines ? G. and R., 431

Free Trade and Protection, B., 390

Free Trade and Protection, Free Trader, 352

Free Trade and Protection, G. B. D., 408

Free Trade and Protection, H., 370, 408

Free Trade and Protection, James Harvey, 352. 390

Free Trade and Protection, Ewing Matheson, 390

Free Trade and Protection, D. H. O’Neale Neale, 370, 428

Free Trade and Protection, Rwon, 408

Free Trade and Protection, T. M.. 428

Free Trade and Protection, W. S, 428

Furnace Fronts, A. and Co., 79

Galloway’s Engine at the Paris Exhibition, Practical Engineer, 260

Gasoline Engine? R. and M., 393

Glass Millstones, Edw. Davies, 185

Glydon’s Lubricator ? George Glydon, 431

Grease and Varnish? R. J., 393

Heat Regulator, Self-acting, E. W., 245

Horse Nail Machines? J. W., 411

Inflection or Diffraction of Light and Newton’s Optics, C. Bruce Allen, 24

Injectors? C. W. A., 431

“ Iris,” H.M.S.S., Thomas Garnett, 167

Iron Making in Germany, F. Y., 462

Iron and Mild Steel, Properties of, Daniel Adamson, 281

Iron and Mild Steel, The Properties of, David Kir-kaldy, 260

Iron, Hound Rolled Bar, T. and R , 337

Joints in Copper Pans ? B. and G., 431

Kerosine Engines. R. and S. H., 283

Lafargue’s Steering Gear, A. B. Brown, 96

Lafargue’s Steering Gear, A. Lafargue, 106

Laws of Motion, B. E., 280

Laws of Motion, C. H. W. Biggs, 390, 444

Laws of Motion, The, P. Cherry, 408, 444

Laws of Motion, J. Davies, 280

Laws of Motion, G. W. C., 444

Laws of Motion, The, L. E., 390, 409, 444

Laws of Motion, W. J. Last, 335

Laws of Motion, Perpetual Motion, 359

Laws of Motion, G. Pinnington, 280

Laws of Motion, A Puzzled Student, 359

Laws of Motion, S. W., 428

Laws of Motion, W. I. Last, 370

Laws of Motion, W. I. L., 428

Laws of Motion, X., 359, 390, 444, 465

Lead Shot? Machinery for Making, Export Merchants, 393

Locking Nuts, James Finney, 77

Locking Nuts, A Student, 24

Locomotives, Foreign, Thos. Urquhart, 156

Lubricating Cylinders, E. B., 97, 131

Macadamised Roads, J. S., 358

Macadamised Roads, Wm. Lockhead, 358

Mallory’s Propeller, John de Norman, 184

Marble Polishing Machine, T. H. H., 207

Marine Governors, J. G. H. Batchelor, 241

Marine Governors, D. J. Dunlop, 316, 428

Marine Governors, Durham and Co., 155

Marine Governors, F. W. Durham, 370

Marine Governors, Ich Dien, 444

Marine Governors, Wm. Murdoch and Co., 155

Marine Governors, H. R. Robson, 135

Marine Governors, Thos. H. Thompson, 359

Marine Governors, Alex. E. Tucker, 155

Marine Governors, W. M. Ward, 155

Marine Governors, David Young, 359

Metalline, D. B., 187

Microphone, Invention of the, Electrode, 63

Mine Pumps, Colliery Owner, 61

Newhaven Harbour, VVm. Hall, 445

Ocean Race of Tea Clippers from China, The White

Brass Company, 96

Paint for Water Tanks, G. H. H., 79

Paper Bag Machinery, D. W. G., 837

Paper Bag Machinery, J. B. R., 355

Paris Awards, Hayward Tyler and Co., 263

Paris Exhibition, Awards at the, Hayward Tyler

and Co., 207

Passman’s Marine Boiler, W. A. Martin and Co., 391

Penn, The late Mr., John Bourne, 242

LEJTERS to the Editor (continued)-

Patents’ °n’ David Fulton> 316> 391

359 ’ Leglslatl°n on, William Spence, 184, 296, Plumh^0 as a Lubricator, Foreman, 352 P ^“uag0 as a Lubricator, F. K. p 296

Plumbago as a Lubricator, R. s 260

nal’P'35S5Peeds in “echanioal ’Eagineering, W. 8. R W.WW7 H* 316 Q MeaIsgate and Hesket New Market, Railway Companies as General EngineerS)

RpfllS?nd Bam8’ Commander, 7

Self Tbomas Garnett, 63

Belt-acting Inclines ? J. O 447

qfe? Drainage, The, James Lvnam 187

HowaVd^lOf; Reaping Ma<*ines, Jam’es and Fred. ^hjium°^S?lfc^e465n^ Machines> Neale, 106 Silver Steel Mill Bills, W. V 283

Smokeless Brick Kilns, J. i’51

Specula, Polishing, R. G. q 263

Spirai Fire Escape, A., James E. Alexander 77 Steam Engines at the Paris Exhibition H F ArH q.8an ^por*er afc the Paris Exhibition’ 391 ’’ Artl"

wtEft a^he PariS Merry-ip Dart°u-318

sfS™ ™ rnramways’ Experto Crede, 6

^^er mld Sons, 29fl Steenng Gear, John Harrison, 184

Srf E® 3YOn BarS for ShafttoS Cold ? Machine Strap Driving, Leather, 63

Strap Driving, Daniel Mills, 6

otrap Driving, Never ! 63

fallow in Cylinders, E. B., 131

lallow in Cylinders, John Etherington 151

Tallow in Cylinders, Mechanic, 18 f ’ dfe?’ Therm°Ph™‘«, Theodor Wiesen-

Tenders, Contractors, 232

232

lenders, Spero Meliora, 184

Timber, Green-heart, S. Long, 462

lobacco-cutting Machinery ? Merchants 431 Torpedo Boats, Yarrow and Co., 63: ’

T™™ZayS Brazil» Charles Glanville, 242 Tramways, Street, Dicky Sam, 263 Tramways, Street, F. Kendall, 242 Tramways, Street, O. C., 283

TrpXT462treet’ °ne Wh° TakeS an Interest m the

Truro Waterworks, Geo. Bower, 296

Truro Waterworks, W. Shelford, 296

Umbrella Furniture, T. W. H. and Sons 355

Vanish® A.T5%at°r’ NeWaU and °gilViG’ 63

Water Power, 8. F., 61

Wire, Treating, Chemicus, 131

Withernsea Pier, Robt. Pickwell, 296

Wonram Mine m Cornwall ? Tungsten, 465

Light°anHrNmg^Machj?ery’ -Australia, 207

of, 24 d Newton 8 °Ptics, Inflection or Diffraction Literature : —

MMh®o^2e8ering EnterPrlse Abroad> by Boiler and Factory Chimneys; their Draught ao0C8hapter L*bta“*

ou tbeir Construction, Carpathians, Round About the, Andrew F. Crosse,

• °/ Maps’ Plan8’ and Views of London Tn?i^AdSth r’ p aiid n Southwark, Collected and* G^ryCrZeW * Ms 30n’ Johu

C Thomas, 1oF“ a“d VentiIatiou’ Treatiae on, J. W. COPotter,n5tS USS ln BuildiQ»- &c-< by Thomas igthwn8'l’ by Mippolyte Fontaine, 10

J: Book on the steam, T. M. Goodeve 395 by the Overland Route in 1845 • £°m43a2MS- left by Fred’ Walter Simms, F.R.A.S., Expenmental Researches in Pure, Applied and Go^na tnq ^^ry, by E. Frankland,46

Gray* nT’ °* UU the Red Eusign’ by Thomas

1 D- H- Mahan’ LL.D., 449

1 A Series °f Simple, Entertaining, and Inex-

for th? ? th.6 Phenomena of Light,

lor the Use of Students of Every Age, bv A M Mayer and C. Barnard, 320 g ’ y

MKnaght,8357C’’ Pracfcical Dictionary of, Edw. H. MfacturTa?tp h® CeAnitral Sch001 of Arts and Manu-e 8atPans> Album to the, S. Jordan 339

Metals and their Chief Industrial Applications, &c., py c. R. Alder Wright, 320 ’

UsedinM^neryLT00.Is’.and other Appliances

C. Andr^^^’ Descriptive Treatise on, George Musterconstructionen fflr Eisenbahn-Botrieb, E

Heusinger von Waldegg, 171

Northern Industries, Notes on, J. Jeans, 188

H Thompson,a228'°UntrieS’ Hand^»f. William Posts and Telegraphs Past and Present; with an Tegg,U467f f th<3 Telephone and Phonograph, W.

Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers RoadsS’atVsti/p3t’sEritel by James Forrest> 265, 285

D. K Cla^kTuo’ Con8tructionof> Henry Law and Rock Blasting ; Practical Treatise on the Means Th^nl0?d 1“pBlasJing Rocks, George G. Andrd 98

Talking pbon°^pb>

StRtt??HiT?8e/VT01rgung’ Band L; Statistische Grahn 170 g Anlageu in Bau und Betrieb, E.

Tab.1®s7 °J tbe Prmcipal Speeds Occurring in Mecha-nical Engineering, P. Keraeff, 247

ten'!aUd RePairin8Ela«M«>

Joumal of tbe S«w of.

Te*ugr*ph °®cei or Simple Instruction in the Me-

°f Listruments and Batteries ; Compiled by Officers of Royal Engineers, 133 P

telegraphy, Handbook of Practical, R. S. Culley, 133 n°f PraD8verse Strains, and its Application in the Construction of Buildings, R. G. Hatfield 413 Hamways; their Construction and Working, &c •

by D. K innear Clark, 11 f

Ure’s Dictiomry of Arts, Manufacture, and Mines

Robert Hunt, 375 ’

Zeitschrift fttr Baukunde, Band!.; T. Ackermann,

Lloyd’s Scholarship in Naval Architecture and Marine

Engineering, 235

Locking Nuts, 24, 77

Locomotive, Apparatus for Setting the Slides of 377

Locomotive and Crane, Road, Messrs. Aveling and

Porter, Paris Exhibition, 92, 95 8

Locomotive Economy, 62

Locomotive, Eight-coupled Goods, Paris and Orleans

Railway, MM. Claparfede et Cie., 161, 168,171

Locomotive Engines at the Paris Exhibition. 11. 30, 171, 293, 404

Locomotive, Fireless, Mr. Lam, Paris Exhibition, 54

Locomotive for the Metropolitan Elevated Railways of New York, 333

Locomotive for the New York Elevated Railway, Mr. N. Forney, 443

Locomotive, Rack Rail, Herr von Riggenbach, Paris Exhibition, 12

Locomotive, Six-coupled Mixed, Hungarian State Railway Company, Paris Exhibition, 4, 11

Locomotive, Tank, MM. Schneider et Cic., Paris Exhibition, 392, 395, 410

Locomotives, Foreign, 156

Locomotives Underground, On the Use of, 2

London Gas Supply, 62

London Water Supply, 263

Lubricants, Machine for Testing, M. L. Regray, Paris

Exhibition, 314

Lubricants at Sea, 448

Lubricator, Messrs. Glydon, 368, 431

Lubricator, Steam, Mr. W. N. Baines, 165

Machine Tools, 228

Madras Harbour, 81, 82

Mallory, Colonel, W. H., Propeller, 126, 184

Malt Screens, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 443

Marble Polishing ? 207

Marid, M. G., Report on Continuous Brakes, 76

Marseilles, Swing Bridge at, Paris Exhibition, 206, 210, 222, 229 ’

Matter in the Gaseous State, 397

Mechanical Engineering, Speeds, Principal Occurring

Meteorology in Bavaria, 321

Meteorology, Nature, Methods, and General Objects of, 433

Metropolitan Board and the Water Supply, 465

Microphone, Invention of the, 63

Microphone, Invention of the, Prof. Hughes’s Letter to the United States, 6

Microphone, The Inventor of the, 30, 53

Micro-Tasimeter, Mr. T. A. Edison, 99

Middle Level Drainage-New Sluice at St. Germans,

Messrs. Sir J. Hawkshaw, Son, and Hayter, 127, 130

Middlings’ Purifier, Messrs. Dell and Sons, Paris Exhibition, 403

Middlings’ Purifier, Regina, Mr. A. Millot, Paris Exhibition, 258

Mil], Galician, 105

Mill, Mr. J. Harrison Carter, Paris Exhibition, 403

Mill, Mechwart’s, 105

Mill, Messrs. Ransome, Sims, and Head, Paris Exhibition, 403

Mill with Silent Feed, Single, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 403

Mill Bills ? Silver Steel, 283

Milling Machinery at the Paris Exhibition, 105, 255. 258, 347, 403, 434 > > ,

Millot, Mr. A., Diamond Stone Dresser, and Garlic Extractor, and Regina Middlings’ Purifier, Paris Exhibition, 255, 258

Millstones, Glass, 185

Mineral Statistics, 376

Miners, Proposed Conference of, 356

Mining Conference, 455

M“in^ aLld Metallurgy at the Paris Exhibition, 1, 19,

37, 71, 89, 141, 217, 366, 457

Minneapolis, Flour Mill Explosion at, 383

M!?,(;?llai;eaL3» 25’ 41’ 59’ 73’ 93’ 107’ 125> 145> 163, 181, 2*2’ !?}’ 262’ 277’ 297’ 313> 331> 353> 371,387, 405,

429, 441, 463

Monkwearmouth Junction Railway, 302

Motion, The Laws of, 247, 274, 280, 370, 390

Mower and Reaper Fingers, Mr. Bamlett, 424

Naval Review at Portsmouth, 115

Nevada, The Sutro Tunnel, 96

Newhaven Harbour Extension, Mr. F. D. Banister, 430, 433, 445

Newport and Cardiff as Shipping Ports, Handbook on,

Nicoiaieff, Depositing Dock at, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 64, 65, 75, 121

North of England, Notes from, 17, 36, 52, 70, 87 104 122, 140, 160, 175, 196, 216, 236, 272, 292, 308,’325’ 346^ 364, 382, 402, 419, 437, 456 472

Notes from Lancashire, 16, 35, 51, 69, 87, 104, 121,140 159, 174,195, 215, 235, 252, 271, 291, 307, 324, 345, 363’, 381, 401, 418, 437, 455, 471’

Notes and Memoranda, 3, 25, 41, 59, 73 93 107 125 145. 163, 181, 212, 221, 243, 277, 297, 313, 331, 353,’371,’ 387, 405, 429,441,463 ’ ’’

Notes from Scotland, 17, 36, 52, 70, 104, 122, 140, 160 175, 196, 216, 236, 272, 292, 308, 325, 346, 364, 382, 402 419, 437, 456, 472 *’

Notices to Correspondents, 9, 27, 45, 61, 79 97 113 131,151, 169, 187, 2u7, 227, 245, 263, 283, 301/319, 337’ 355,373,393,411,431, 447, 465 ’’

Noxious Vapours, 167

Nut, Safety, Mr. Atwood, 164

Obituary:—

Baker, Mr. William, 462

Bidder, Mr. George Parker, 228

Griffith, Sir Richard, 220

Latrobe, Mr. Benjamin H., 364

Maddison, Mr. Ralph Bawling, 175

Penn, Mr. John, 229, 242

Pooley, Mr. Henry, 175

Whitwell, Mr. Thomas, 91, 218

Odling, Mr., Miners’ Safety Lamp, 179

Oldham School of Science’and Art, 99

01ShynwM9i’ Z’’ Strap ~Paatener> koyal Agricultural

DHVW. £i 1. A A

Operatives, Obstructive, 46

Oregon Pine, The Yellow or, 36

Paints and Wall-papers, Poisonous $md Non-Poisonous 321 *

Paper Bag Machinery, 337, 355

Paper? Compressed, 207

Paper and Steel v. Cast Iron Railway Wheels. 448

Paris Exhibition: - ’

Agricultural Machinery, Trials of, 53, 74, 90

Artisan Reporters, 63

Awards, 207, 263, 300, 317, 328, 357

Boiler with Ten Brink’s Grate, 40-H.P. Messrs

Escher, Wyss, and Co., 5 S S’

Bridge at Marseilles, Swing, 206, 210, 222 229

C LriRegrryrS2fc78laSS’ Sa8tern Railway of France, M.

Carriage, Third-class, Eastern Railway of France, M.

L. Kegray, 314, 321 1

Cr“e,JX?T.Buildin^ Messrs. J. and V. Florio and t/O., oo9, 370

Electrical Apparatus, 273

Electro-Magnetic Machine, The Gramme, 329

Engine, Compound Beam, MM. Powell et Cie. 1 l, 8 * ’

Engine, Compound Condensing, Messrs. Galloway and Sons, 226, 229, 240, 241 ^way

Epfr1e’ ?TiC°mpuund Marine, MM. Claparhde Ub . OoO, OOO

Engine, 60-HP. Compound Tandem, MM. Escher Wyss, et Cie., 22, 23’

Engme, Eight-coupled Goods, Paris, Lyons, and

Mediterranean Railway, M. E. Marie {Supplement,

October 25th), 293’

Engine and Crane, Traction, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 92, 95

Engine and Fire Engine, Combined Traction, M. A.

Schmid, 209, 210, Fig. 1

Engine, 50-H.P. Horizontal, MM. Socin and Wick, 359’

^fionrandCo.,^ rUmpil’g> MeSSra- ShaUd>

Paris Exhibition (continued)—

Engine, Single Boiler Fairlie, Mr. R. F. Fairlie, 347 349, 354

Engine and Tender, Express Passenger, Southern Railway of France, 26, 30

Engine, Tramway, Soc. St. Leonard, Libge, 108

Engine, 8-H.P. Traction, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 279, 286

Engineering Congress, International, 16

Engines, Compound and Single Cylinder Condensing, MM. Salzer, Fibres, 147, 149, 150, 154

Engines, Steam, 391

Engines, Steam Fire, 381, 391

Engines, 80-H. P. Winding, La Maison Beer (Supplements, July 19£A, August 9th), 48, 56, 63, 99

Engines, 350-H.P. Winding, the Socibtb Anonyme D’Anzin, 298, 299, 303

English Workmen and the Exhibition, 28

Grain Cutter, Herr Wilhelm, 434

Grain Cutter, Herr Pini, 434

Guibal Fan at the Sacre Madame Collieries, Socibte Anonyme de Marcinelle et Couillet, 368

Hay-pressing Machine, The Tichenor, 91

Independent Exhibits, 29, 38, 82, 106, 141, 179, 209, 265, 294, 327

Locomotive, Eight-coupled Goods, Paris and Orleans Railway, MM. Claparbde et Cie., 161, 168, 171

Locomotive, Fireless, Mr. Lamm, 54

Locomotive Engines, Nos. VI., VII., VIII., IX., X., 11, 30, 171, 293, 404

Locomotive, Six-coupled Mixed, Hungarian State Railway Company, 4, 11

Locomotive, Tank, MM. Schneider et Cie., 392, 395, 410

Lubricants, Machine for Testing, M. L. Regray, 314

Mill, Mr. J. Harrison Carter, 403

Mill, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Head, 403

Mill with “ Silent Feed,” Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., 403

Milling Machinery, 105, 255, 258, 317, 403, 434

Mining and Metallurgy, 1, 19, 37, 71, 89, 141, 217, 366, 457

Plough, Sulky, Messrs. Deere and Co., 74

Pump, Hydraulic Motor or, M. A. Schmid, 209, 210, Figs. 3 and 4

Rivetters, Tweddell’s Hydraulic, Messrs. Platt and Fielding, 230

Rivetting Machine, Portable Pneumatic, Mr. John F. Allen, 210, Figs. 5, 6, and 7

Steering Gear, Hydraulic, M. Lafargue, 71, 83, 106

Tram-car, Six-wheeled, M, J. D. Larsen, 259

Valve, Safety, M. A. Schmid, 209

“ Victor” Flour Dressing Machine, The, 434

Windlass Tender, M. Cheneral, 74

Wood-working Machinery, 133

Paris Exhibition, Another, 225

Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, Eight-coupled Goods Engine, M. E. Marib, Paris Exhibition (Supplement, October 25 th), 293

Paris and Orleans Railway, Eight-coupled Goods Locomotive, MM. Claparbde et Cie., Paris Exhibition, 161, 168, 171

Paris as a Seaport. 386

Passman, Mr. T. F., Marine Boiler, 358, 391

Patent Bill, New American, 294

Patent Law, Spanish, 242

Patents, Legislation on, 184, 296, 316, 359, 391

Peruvian Railways, Dr. Heath on, 384

Petroleum as a Fuel, 466

Philadelphia Permanent Exhibition, 220

Phipson, Dr. T. L., on Two New Chemical Products from a Hygienic Point of View, 162

Phonograph, The Inventor of the, 84

Pier, Promenade, Aidborough, Suffolk, Mr. Thomas

Cargill, 182, 183, 232, 242

Pier, Withernsea, 296

Pipe Founding in Australia, 375

Planet and Bright Sun, Dark, 77

Plough, Sulky, Messrs. Deere tand Co., Paris Exhibition, 74

Plumbago as a Lubricator, 260, 296, 352

Polishing Specula ? 263

Pollock and Wilkinson, Messrs., Exhaust Chamber for Locomotive Engines, 57

Ponsard’s Converting Furnace for the Manufacture of Steel, 230

Pontypridd, Railway Accident near, 303

Popoffkas. The, 44

Portland Cement at the Paris Exhibition, Constructions in, 82

Portland Cement Testing Room and Laboratory, 16

Post Card, Adventures of a, 462

Potsdam, New Waterworks at, Mr. W. H. L. Green, 442, 451

Pottery, English Art in, 16

Powell et Cie., M.M., Compound Beam Engine, Paris Exhibition, 1, 7, 8

Prices Current of Metals, Oils, Timber, &c. (See last page of first number in every month.)

Princess Alice, Death of the, 447

Princess Alice, Loss of the Steamship, 171, 187, 205, 355, 359 ’ ’

Projectiles, Iron and Steel, 311

Propeller, The Mallory, 126, 184

Protection in Canada, 355

Protection and Free Trade, 337, 352, 370, 390

Provisional Orders, 465

Publishing House, A Provincial, 445

Pulsometer, The, 236

Pump, Comet, Messrs. Bartrum and Powell, 143 167

Pump, Hydraulic Motor or, M. A. Schmid, Paris

Exhibition, 209, 210, (Figs. 3 and 4)

Race of Tea Clippers from China, 84, 96

Rail Exports, Our, 367

Railroads in New York, Elevated, 35

Rails in the United States, Prices of, 139

Railway for Brazil, New, 368

Railway in China, 284

Railway Companies as General Engineers ? 245

Railway Conference, A, 90

Railway Contract, Canadian Pacific, 229

Railway, Cost of the Canadian Pacific, 40

Railway, Ealing Extension, Metropolitan District 51

Railway, Fulham Extension, Metropolitan District 118

Railway Gauges, 363

Railway Matters, 3, 25, 41, 59, 73, 93, 107, 125 145

MAVW3-27M97'313- 331«:

Railway between Mealsgate and Hesket New Market

Proposed, 316 ’

Railway Mileage, 16

Railway Season Tickets, 445

Railway in the United States, The Post and Rail 52

Railway Wagon Sheet Protector, M. J. G. A. Walker 396 ' ’

Railway Work in Japan, 440

Railways in Assam, 152

Railways in Cape Colony, 320

Railways, Indian Frontier, 373

Railways, Peruvian, 384

Rain, Snow, Hail, and Atmospheric Electricity 425

Ram, Improvements on the Hydraulic 210

Rams and Rams, 6

Ransomes, Sims, and Head, Messrs., Agricultural

Locomotive Engine, 407 6

Ransomes, Sims, and Head, Messrs., Electric Light

Engine, 389 s

R“PCutting Machine, Messrs. Dobson and Mudge,

Reaping Machine Trials at Penrith, 139

Redmond, Mr., Telephone Transmitter, 184

Stm^es ta, 384 ’ Calculation of tb0 Strains and

Respirator, M. Galibcrt, 293

RiIlMbitton,112rr T°n’ Ra°k Rail locomotive, Paris

&??o^naM w The’349

River Suck, Regulation of, 185

Rivers, The Regulation of, 151

Rivetters, Tweddell’s Hydraulic, Messrs, Fielding and

Platt, Paris Exhibition, 230

Rivetting Machine, Portable Pneumatic, Mr. John F.

Allen, Paris Exhibition, 210, Figs. 5, 6, 7

Roads, Macadamised, 284, 358

Roads, Materials, Cost, and Construction of, 363

Roadway Construction, Modern, 100, 117, 136

Roller Mill, M. Gustave Daverio, Paris Exhibition, 253, 296

Roofing, Mr. W. Brenton, Royal Agricultural Show, 21

Rose, Mr., Smutter and Sorter, Fig. 3, and Grain

Washer, Fig. J, 258

Rotterdam Tramways, Tenders for, 96

Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Bristol, 38

Engine, Hydrocarbon Hot-air, Messrs. Thomson, Sterne, and Co., 42, 48

Engine, Steam Cultivating, Mr. C. T. Darby, 40, 43

Excentric Gear, Mr. J. J. Lane, 22

Roofing, Mr. W. Brenton, 21

Self-lif ting Cultivator, Messrs. Barford and Pei kins,

19, 21

Sheaf Binders, Trial of, 77, 92, 106, 115

Strap Fastener, Mr. W. Olley, 21, 22

Tramway Rail, Messrs. Aldred and Spielman, 21, 223

Sacre Madame Collieries, Guibal Fan at the, Soc. Anonyme de Marcinelle et Couillet, Paris Exhibition, 368, 372

St. Gothard Railway, 185

Sanders and Co., Messrs. H. G., Plummer Block, 164

Sandringham, Water Supply at, 160

Saw, Band, Messrs. C. B. Rogers and Co., Paris Exhibition, 134

Saw, Fret, Messrs. C. B. Rogers and Co., Paris Exhibition, 134

Schmid, Mr. A., Safety Valve, Combined Traction Engine and Fire Engine, Hydraulic Motor or Pump, Paris Exhibition, 209, 210, 248

Schneider et Cie., MM., Tank Locomotive, Paris Exhibition, 392, 395, 410

Schreiber, Salomon, and Co., Messrs., Spring Motor for Sewing Machines, Paris Exhibition, 83

Science and Art Department, 129

Science Research and the Scientific Research Fund, 386

Screw Barges ? 393

Screw Propulsion, 45, 63

Screw-ships, Steering of, 129

Scotland, Notes from (See Notes from Scotland)

Selecting Machines, Mr. Coyne, 232

Selig and Sonnenthal, Messrs., Apparatus for Setting

Slide Valves. 377

Service, Long, 210

Sewage, Disposal of, 455

Sewage, Local Federation and the Purification of, 467

Sewage, the Thames and the Metropolitan, 301, 411

Sewer Ventilation, 338

Sewing Machines, Spring Motor for, Messrs. Schreiber,

Salomon, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 83

Shafting, American Line, 266, 296

Shand, Mason, and Co., Messrs., Portable Steam Pumping, Paris Exhibition, 286

Shand, Mason, and Co., Messrs., Steam Fire Engine, 165

Shanks and Son, Messrs. A., 16-H.P. Horizontal Engine, 13

Sheai Binders, Trial of, 77, 92, 106, 115

Sheffield Distress, 412, 432

Sheffield District, Notes from, 17, 36, 52, 70, 87, 104, 122, 140, 159, 175, 196, 215, 235, 252, 271, 291, 3 8, 324, 346, 363, 381, 401, 419, 437, 456, 472

Sheffield, Limited Liability in, 467

Shipbuilding in 1878, 188

Shipbuilding at West Hartlepool in 1878, 459

Ship Launch at Southampton, 205

Shoeburyness, Gunnery Trials at, 66, 123

Signal Wire Compensator, Great Eastern Railway, 414

Silicium ? 4-5

Sittingbourne Collision, The, 169

Smithfield Club Show, 423

Clutch Gear, Messrs. C. Burrell and Sons, 443

Drum Guard, Automatic, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Head, 424

Drum Guard and Shakers, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 424

Engine, Boiler, and Thrashing Machine Fittings, Messrs. R. Garrett and Sons, 426

Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co..

427

Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. Robey and Co., 423

Expansion Gear, Automatic, Mr. A. Rigg, 423

Fire-boxes, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, Messrs.

Marshall and Sons, Messrs. Allchin and Co., 423

Governor, Ring, Mr. Wile, 423

Grinder, Treadle, Mr. Phillips, 427

Horse Hoe, Foot, Messrs. Vipan and Headley, 24

Malt Screens, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 443

Mower and Reaper Fingers, Mr. Bamlett, 424

Stone-breaker and Crusher, Mr. Hall, 426

Smutter and Sorter, Mr. Rose, Paris Exhibition, 258

Social Science Congress, Cheltenham : —

Poisonous and Non-Poisonous Paints and Wall

Papers, H. C. Bartlett, 321

Socidtb Anonyme D’Anzin, 350-H.P. Winding Engines

298, 299, 303 5

Society of Arts, The, 335

Society, The Chemical : —

Constitution de la Matibre & 1’Etat Gazeux. Prof A

Wurtz, 397 ’

Society of Civil Engineers, American, 386

Society, Edinburgh and Leith Engineers’:—

Calculation of the Strains and Stresses in Redundant

Structures, Mr. Robt. H. Smith, 384

Society of Engineers, The, 35, 104, 162

Electricity to the Ignition of Blasting Charges, on the Application of, Mr. G. G. Andri, 330

Roadway Construction, Modern, Mr. H. S. Conland

100, 117, 136 P ’

Society, King’s College Engineering, 300

Belting and the Transmission of Power bv Wirp

Rupes, Mr. R. 8. Millas, 377 *

Economy of Fuel, Mr. A. Kitson, 333

Electric Light, The, Mr. E. Conder, jun., 383

Steam on Roads, Mr. R. E. Lengerke, 333

Thrashing Machine, The. Mr. S. G. Keynes, 419

Society, The Liverpool Engineering ’

Roads, Materials, Cost and Construction of Mr

George Biddle, 363

Society, The Meteorological, 328, 472

Air Temperature: its Distribution and Range, Mr

J. K. Laughton, 357 6 ’

Barometer, its Uses, Winds and Storms, Mr. R Strachan, 376

Clouds and Weather, The Rev. W. Clement Ley,

Meteorology, Nature, Methods, and General Objects of, Mr. R. H. Scott, 433

Rain, Snow, Hail, and Atmospheric Electricity, Mr

G. J. Symons, 425

Society, The Royal, 403

Socin and Wick, MM., 50-H.P. Horizontal Engine,

Pans Exhibition, 350

Socotra, 302

Speeds, Principal, Occurring in Mechanical Engineer-

South Kensington Museum, 2, 35, 44, 63, 72, 104 122

139, 159, 175, 196, 216, 235, 266, 276, 296, 325,’ 346,’

364, 376, 415, 437, 472 ’

Steamship Russia on the Nicolaieff Dock, The, 75

Steam on Common Roads, 79

Steam on Common Roads in America, 133

^^Mi^Hayes^iss1' American Government,

Steam Machinery, Design in, 79

Steam Navigation, History of, 316, 386

Steam from Petroleum, 412

Steam Pipe Coating, 447

Steaming, Quick, 16

Steamship Trade, The, 164

Steel, 207

Steel, The Age of, 356

Steel Bands, Endless, 207

Steel, Certain Matters Affecting the Use of, 201, 218

Steel, M. Ponsard’s Ferro- Convertisseur for the mana facture of, 205, 220, 230

Steel Rails, German Competition in, 98

Steel Rails, in India, 394

Steel Ships, 16

Steel for Structural Purposes, Use of, ISO

Steel Toy Trade of Birmingham, 415

Steering Gear, 144, 167, 184

Steering Gear, Hydraulic, M. Lafargue, Paris Exhibi-bition, 71, 83, 96, 106

Step-Bearing, Mr. J. W. Collett, 143

Stocks and Dies, Everett’s, 303

Strap Driving, 6, 63

Strap Fastener, Mr. W. Olley, Royal Agricultural

Show, 21, 22

Suck, Regulation of the River, 185

Sulzer Frbres, MM., Compound Condensing Engine

Paris Exhibition, 147, 149, 154

Sulzer Fi'bres, MM., Single Cylinder Condensing Engine, Paris Exhibition, 149, 150, 154

Sunderland, 415

Sutro Tunnel, Nevada, 95

Targets and Steel Projectiles at Shoeburyness, 123

Telegraphing in the United States, Quadruplex, 5

Telegraphy in Japan, 294

Telephone, The, 356

Telephone, The, Mr. Brown Ayres, 148

Telephone Call Signal, 185

Telephone, Government and the, 62

Te ephone, The Octuple, Messrs. Cooke and Sons, 108

Telephone Transmitter, Air. Redmond, 184

Telephones, Condenser, 425

Telephony—The Thermophone, New Discoveries in, 335

Tenders, 181, 232

Alcester Sewerage Works, 276

Barnhurst, Additional Storm Reservoir, 180

Canal-street Bridge, Wolverhampton, 77

Cannock Sewerage Works, 334

Rotterdam Tramways, 96

Tenders, Discrepancies in, 166

Thames and the Authorities, The, 283

Thames Floods, 142

Thames and the Metropolitan Sewage, 301, 411

Thames, Navigation of the, 370

Thames Valley Drainage, 261, 264, 276, 281, 455

Thomson and Houston, Professors, Electric Light, 295

Thomson, Sterne, and Co., Messrs., Hydrocarbon Hotair Engine, Royal Agricultural Show, 42, 48

Thornaby Ironworks, Accident at, 91, 110, 113

Thrashing Machine, Mr. S. G. Heynes on the, 419

Throttle Nest Bridge, 363

Timber in Marine Works, Mr. Graham Smith, 422, 449.

459 ’

Tire Fastening, Atherton’s, 24

Tobacco-cutting Machinery ? 431

Torpedo Boat found near New Orleans, 96

Torpedo Boats, 63, 139

Torpedo Boats, Noiseless, 31

Torpedo Boats, Trial of, 48

Torpedo Vessel “ Destroyer,” The, John Ericsson 144 339, 340 ’

Torquay, Drainage of, 121

Trade Marks, 228

Trade Prospects, 283

Trade Reviving? Is, 80

Trade with Tui key in Asia, 132

Tram-car, Six-wheeled, Mr. J. D. Larsen, Paris Exhibition, 259

Tram-cars, Steam, 284

Tramway Permanent Way, Mr- C. H. Beloe, 314

Tramway, Rail, Messrs. Aldred.and Spielman, Royal

Agricultural Show, 21, 223

Tramways for Barrow-in-Furness, 368

Tramways in Brazil, 242

Tramways, Edge’s System of, 334, 341

Tramways, Gauge of Street, 374

Tramways in Paris, 242

Tramways, Steam on, 6, 44, 46, 296

Tramways, Street, 242, 263, 283, 462

Truro Waterworks 286, 296

Tubing, Mail-covered Flexible, Droge and Pope Manufacturing Company, 108

Tunnelling, Practical Notes on Railway, Mr. C F Gripper, 177, 237, 275, 311, 348

Tunnel under the Solent, Proposed, 106

Tuyere for Smith’s Furnaces, Hot Blast, Mr. Westwood, 164

Tweddell’s Hydraulic Rivetrers, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, Paris Exhibition, 230

Tyne Shipbuilding, 236

Umbrella Furniture ? 355

Valve, Dead-weight Safety, Mr. Eaves, 57

Valve Gear, Messrs. Galloway and Bockwith Paris

Exhibition, 241 ’

Valve, Jefferies’ Ball, Messrs. J. Fell and Co. 377

Valve, Relief, Messrs. Bagshaw and Sons 427

Safety, M. A. Schmid, Paris Exhibition, 209 o

Valves, Apparatus for Setting Locomotive Slide

Messrs. Selig and Sonnenthal, 377

Vapart’s Disintegrator, 63

Varnish ? 373

Velometer, Mr. Durham, 190

Victoria, The Colony of, 153

Voltameter, Detonating, MM. Bertin andDucretet, 123

AV ales and Adjoining Counties, Notes from, 17 36. 52, 70, 87, 104, 122, 140, 160, 175, 196, 216, 236,252, 272, 292, 308, 325, 346, 364, 382, 402, 419, 437, 456, 472 Walker, Mr. J. G. A., Railway Wagon Sheet Protector. 396

Wallace-Farmer Electric Light, The, 295 Washington, Durham, Water Supply, 459 Waterloo Station, 448

Water Supply in the Midlands, Test for a New, 162, 180’

Water-tight Doors, 248

Waterworks, The Chichester, Mr. W. Shelford, 317, 386, 340, 341’

Waterworks, Kilmalcolm, 139

Watt, James, Letter to Sir F. Chantrey, 143 Weights and Measures, 185

Werdermann Electric Light, The, 312 333 Westinghouse, Mr., Governor, 248’

Wnaces°164Mr’* Hot‘blaec Tuyere for Smith’s Fur-Wheei-moulding Machi»e, Messrs. W. Whittaker and Co., 460

Whitby Harbour, 349

Whitehaven Harbour and Dock Works, 349

Whittaker and Co., Messrs, W., Wheel-moulding Machine, 460

Whitwell, Death of Mr., 91

Wigan, Opening of Public Park at, 90

’ ^team Darge, Messrs. Plambeck and Darkin, 414 ’

Wi>a ?<ei?d-er’ Cheneral» Paris Exhibition, 74 Wire Net Making Machines? 301 Wire Rolling in Warrington, 364 Withernsea Pier, 296 Wh]1SellMH°t-Bl^StSt0VeS’ The late Mr-> 460 Wolfram Mme in Cornwall ? 465 W?r'nnr?ai^P^n’Cxanal‘street bridge, Mr. G. E. Thoms (Contracts Open), 58, 60, 77, 166

vlndu8trial Exhibition, 77 w«ith0 Paris Exhibition-133

Yacht, A Large, 445

Zanzibar, Farming with Freed Slave Labour in, 22

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