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The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1882 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.


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1882, 9

Absorption of Radiant Heat, The London Fog, 117

Absorption of Water by Bricks, 360

Accidents on French Railways, 105

Accidents in Mines, 153

“Admiral Duperrb,” Model of the, 317

Aeronautics, German Association for the Promotion of, 139

Agricultural Show at Albany, 380

Alexandria, Water Supply of, 456

Algerian Sahara, Inland Sea in the, M. de Freycinet’s Project for Creating, 309

American Patent-office Report, 179

American Steel Works, High Production of, 41

Amos and Smith, Messrs., Steam Steering Gear, 282, 285

Analysts, Public Scientific, 358

Anemometers, Registering Experiments to Test their Accuracy, 447

Arlberg TunnelThe, 214

Armoured Ships and Modem Guns, 224

Asbestos Fireproof Paint, 43

Ashton and Sperryn, Messrs,, Water-cock, 378

Association, German Iron Manufacturers’, 459

Association, The Rivers’ Purification, 268

Australian Colonies, Public Debt in, 413

Australian Colonies, Taxation in, 410

Aveling, Thomas, 180

“Ballina,” Loss of the s.s., 268

Banking Gear, Clifton Colliery, Nottingham, 450

Bar Bending Machine for Messrs. Dubs, Glasgow, 115

Barnsley and Sons, Messrs., Contract with Birmingham Corporation, 171

Barometer, The Fisherman’s Aneroid, 458

Basic Process in the United States Law Courts, 195, 231

Batteries, Secondary, 160, 252, 268

Bell for St. Paul’s, 387

Berthon Collapsible Boat, The, 330

Blackburn Collision, The, 199

Board of Arbitration for the Northern Finished Iron

Trade, 363

Board of Trade and Automatic Brakes, 47

Board of Trade Returns and Continuous Brakes, 373

Boiler, Mr. David Midgeley, 292

Boiler Construction, Lloyd’s Rules as Affecting, 273

Boiler Inspection, 441, 453, 477

Boiler Insurance, 413, 455

Boiler Insurance, Morality of, 401

Boiler Plate Rings, Machine for Rolling, 344

Boiler Explosion on the North-Eastern Railway, 78, 469

Boiler Explosions, Steam, 106

Boilers, Corrosion of, 274

Boilers, Flanged Flue, for the Canadian Pacific Railway, 451

Boilers, Launch, Messrs. Cochran, 304

Boilers, Priming of, 188, 211

Boilers of the s.s. “ Vestal,” 466, 467

Books Received, 49, 142, 179, 328

Borsig, Herr, Compound Beam Engine, 422, 423

Boston, U.S., Sewage Works, 115, 122

Bowstring Girders, 81, 82, 120. 153

Boyle and Sons, Messrs. R., Ships’ Ventilators, 342

Bradford, Art and Industrial Exhibition, 452

Brake, The Vacuum, in America, 291

Brake, The Westinghouse, Accident Averted by, 199

Brakes, Continuous, The London and North-Western Railway and, 188

Brakes, Continuous, on Metropolitan Railways, 419, 441

Brakes, Continuous, Passenger Control of, 105

Brakes, Continuous, Rolling Stock, Train Mileage, and Failures, 2, 11

Brakes, Railway, 349

Brakes, Vacuum, on the Midland Railway, 171, 211

Bremme. Mr., Valve Gear, 378, 404

Bridge, Cromwell-road, Salford, 438

Bridge, Foot, Over the River Welland, Stamford, 32 33

Bridge-making Plant, Edgmoor Ironworks, 415, 418

Bridge Supports, New Form of, 450

Bridge, Weymouth Harbour, 140, 144

Bridges Below London, 364

Bridges, Metropolitan, 252

Bridges, Ornithological Danger to, 214

Brighton Beach, 271, 320

British Equivalent of a Metre, 50

Buckled Plates, Strength of, 320

Building Exhibition, The, 230

Bulkheads, 294

Calculator, Indicator Diagram, 379

Calumet and Hecla Mine, Compound Winding Engine,

191, 192, 194

Campbell, Mr. Dugald, 365

Canal to Connect the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, 386

Canals in England, 25

Canals, English, Utilisation of, 96

Canals, Proposed State Purchase of, 384

Carnoustie, Water Supply of, 181

Cars, Long Passenger, 252

Cask-making Machinery, Messrs. 8. Worssam and Co., 246

Casson, Mr., Gas Producer, Woodford Ironworks, 133

Castings of Iron and Bessemer Steel, 18

Cavendish, Lord F., 346

Cement Works, Messrs. Francis and Co., Cliffe, Kent, 57

Centreing Centre Punch, Mr. R. K. Jones, 209

Channel Passage, Improvements in the, 272

Channel Passage, The, 474

Channel Tunnel, The, 65, 123, 143, 153, 199, 234

Channel Tunnel, The, An Answer to Punch, 87

Channel Tunnel Question, Unconsidered Aspect of, 160

Channel Tunnel, Ventilation of, 196

Charing-cross and Cannon-street Railway Bridges, 332

Chemical Trade, Northern, 402

Chesney, Col. C., and the “Stanley Engineers” of

India, 248

Church, Mr. W. C., Slide Valve, 360

Cisterns, Valveless Waste-Water Preventer, Messrs. T.

and W. Farmiloe, 311

City of London Directory, 348

Clacton-on-Sea, New Waterworks, 396, 397

Cleator Moor Water Supply, 403

Cleveland Railway, A, 152

Clock, An Indicator, 274

Clog Soles and Wooden Shoes, 116

Coal-dust, Sensitive, Professor Abel on, 449

Coal-field, Development of a New, in South Yorkshire, 87

Coal, On the Long Wall Method of Working, 422

Coal, Pumping Power of, 142, 456

Coal Shipments, British, 63

Coal Washing, 413

Coal at Workington, Find of, 406

Cock, Water, Messrs. Ashton and Sperryn, 378

Coke for Iron Smelting in Spain, 385

Cold-air Machines, 6, 31, 62, 101, 139, 153

Cold Meat Trade, The, 268

Colliery Explosions, Causes of, 179

Colliery Outputs and Unloading Pit Cages, 320

Colombo Harbour Works, 142

Combining to Restrict, 179

Comets, Dr. Huggins on, 63

Complex Ore Company’s Works, Llansamlet, Washing

Machine, 60, 67

Compressor, Messrs. Thomas Piggott and Co., 267

Condensers, Mr. Normandy’s, 267

Condenser, Frigorific Action of the, 211

Condensers, Injection, 441

Contracts Open :—

650 Nine-Ton Goods Wagons, Great Northern Railway, 61

Indian Locomotives, 174

Iron Covered Goods Wagons, Rangoon and Sittang Valley Railway, 414, 416

Ironwork for Indian State Railways, 322

100-Gallon Steel Oil Cisterns, 44

Screw Couplings, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 458

Cooper’s Hill, College, 307

Cooper’s Hill Engineers, 49

Corinth Canal, 329

Corn Mill Machinery and Bread, 405

Corrosiomaf Iron and Steel, Relative, 274

Corrosion of Steam Boilers, 274

Coulson, Mr. D., Steam and Hand Steering Gear, 281, 284

Couplings for Electrical Purposes, Mr. A. W. Brewt-nall, 358

Couplings, Screw, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 458

Crane, Portable Hydraulic, 98

Crank-shaft, Mr. Turton, 270

Crewe Works, Extension of. 384

Crystal Palace Electric Exhibition, 126, 143,187,

215, 235, 236, 243

British Incandescent Lamp, 243

Electric Chandelier, Messrs. Verity and Sons, 126

Engine, Mr. Hodgson, 144

Engine, Portable, Messrs. R. Hornsby and Sons, 187

Engine, Semi-Portable, Messrs. Davey Paxman and Co., 217

Engine, 16-Horse Power Gas, Messrs. Crossley Brothers, 243

Holophote Course Indicator, Mr. Macdonald, 236

Telephone System, Messrs. Brown and Saunders, 127

Crystal Palace Organ, 308

Current Meter, Prof. A. B. Harlacher, 210

Curves, Transverse and Longitudinal, Metacentric, their Reduction to Ratio Curves, 304

Cutting Tools, Action of, 290

Davis Island Cofferdam of 1881, Description of, 226

Design of Structures to Resist Wind Pressure, 211

Devonshire Hospital, Buxton, Large Dome Roof, 64, 67

Directory, City of London, 349

Directory, Gas and Water Companies’, 348

Disintegrator, Mr. Henry A. Due, jun., 432

Ditton humping Engines, The, 101

Diving, 307, 349

Diving Apparatus and Dresses, Mr. W. A. Gorman on, 355

Dock, Hydraulic Ship Lifting, Bombay, 359, 362, 413

Docks, Hydraulic Ship Lifting, 453

Dock, Depositing, for Barrow-in-Furness, 96

Dock, New Floating, for Vladivostok, 87

Dome Roof, Devonshire Hospital, Buxton, 64, 67

Donkin and Nichol, Messrs., Steam and Hand Gear, 281, 284

Dorchester Bay Tunnel, Boston, Mass., 41, 68

“Doterel,” The, the “ Triumph,” and the Driers, 49

“ Douro,” Loss of the, 271

Draughtsmen in Queensland, 478

Drawing-board, Mr. Low, 227, 248, 268

Dredger, Messrs. Priestman Brothers, 267

Dredging, The Bazin System of, 89

Dredging Truck, Mr. Smith, 265

Drilling Apparatus, Small, 42

Driving Belts, Large Leather, Messrs. Sampson an

Co., 139

Drying Corn, Neilson’s System, 468

Durham Colliers, 253

Dyer, Mr. H., his Engineering Appointment in Lon* don, 342

Dynamometer, An Improved, 106

Dynamometer, Mr. Tatham, 173

Eads’ Ship Railway, 213

Easton and Anderson, Messrs., Annual Dinner of the Old Pupils of, 404

Eddystone lighthouse, The, 364

Edge Moor Ironworks, Heating Furnaces and Bridgemaking Plant, 415, 418

Edison Light, The, in New York, 1, 5, 25, 28, 42, 46, 83

Edison Light, The, Manufacture of Carbons and Lamp®, 117, 118

Electrical Accumulators or Secondary Batteries, 365, 373

Electric Chandelier, Messrs. Verity and Sons, 126

Electric Incandescent Lamps at the Electrical Exhibition, Paris, Report on, 435

Electric Lamp, The British Incandescent, 243

Electric Light, The, 363

Electric Light, Candle Power of, 156

Electric Light, Cost of the, 251

Electric Light, Economy of, 230, 248

Electric Light, The Edison, in Holbom. 42, 46

Electric Light, The Edison, in New York, 1, 5, 25, 281 42, 46, 83

Electric Light Engineering, Notes on, 169

Electric Light v. Gas, 29

Electric Light, The, How it is Produced, 223, 253

Electric Light at the Mansion House, 153

Electric Light in Paris, 35

Electric Light, Mr. Swan on the, 215

Electric Lighting Bill, The, 342

Electric Lighting Bill, 289, 295

Electric Lighting Committee, 366, 380, 395, 434

Electric Lighting Dangers, 189

Electric Lighting, Fire Risks of, 20

Electric Lights, Street Mast for Two, 228

Electric Log, Messrs. Kelway and Dyer, 107

Electric Mining Lamp, Mr. Swan, 68

Electric Railway, 236, 457

Electrical Accumulators or Secondary Batteries, 439, 457

Electrical Apparatus for Opening Doors, 340

Electricity and Patents, 188

Electricity and Water Power, 186

Electricity ? What is, 360

Electro-Plating Apparatus, Mr. Chaster, 311

Elevator, Hydraulic, on theNeuffo8seCanal,Fontinetter St. Omar, 247, 250

Elswick Ordnance and Engineering Works, 474

Employers’ Liability Act, 385

Engine, Boiler, and Employers’ Liability Insurance Company, Limited, 206

Engine and Boiler Explosions in 1881, 179

Engine, Compound, Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., 275

Engine, Compound Beam, 422, 423

Engine, 20 H.P. Compound Marine, Messrs. Charles Burrell and Sons (Supplement to The Engineer, April 21st, 1882)

Engine, Compound Semi-Portable, Messrs. Marshall,.

Sons, and Co., 468, 472

Engine, Compound Yacht, 379

Engine, Double Cylinder Portable, Messrs. Marshall,.

Sons, and Co., 454, 459

Engine Economy, Steam, 178, 188, 231, 248, 268

Engine, 16-Horse Power Gas, Messrs. Crossley Brothers, 243

Engine, Mr. Hodgson, the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 143, 144

Engine, Horizontal, with Automatic Expansion Gear, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor, and Co., 433

Engine, Horizontal, with Lindley’s Expansion Gear, 229

Engine, Launch, Messrs. T. Bates and Co., 292

Engine, Mill, Royal Flour Mills, London, 293

Engine, Portable, Messrs. Hornsby and Son, Crystal

Palace Electrical Exhibition, 187

Engine Sea Connections, Marine, 98

Engine, Semi-Portable, at the Crystal Palace Electrical

Exhibition. 216

Engine, Six-Coupled Tank, Japanese Railway, 43

Engine, Vertical, for Electric Light, Plant, Messrs.

Tangye Brothers, 232, 235

Engine, Winding, Compound, Calumet and Hecla

Mine, 191, 192, 194

Engineers, Education of, 137

Engineers for India, 21

Engineers in India, 171

Engineers, Indian, Pensions for, 31

Engineers in South Australia, 153, 171

Engines and Boilers, Trial of, at Mr. E. Heyworth’s

Audley Hall Weaving Shed, 163

Engines, Centrifugal Pumping, 81

Engines, Centrifugal Pumping, s.s. “Servia,” 25, 42

Engines, Compound, on the Economy of, 225

Engines, Express, the “Abbot” and “Alma” Class, 429

Engines, Four-Coupled, for Indian State Railway, 172,

Engines, Hoisting, Calculations for, 40

Engines, Large, for the Navy, 63

Engines, Non-condensing Steam, 47

Engines, Pumping, Boston Waterworks, 115, 122

Engines, Pumping, the Leavitt, 188

Engines, Sheet Mill, Woodford Ironworks, Soho, 137

Engines, Steam, at the Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 291

Engines of the s.s. “ La France,” 173,176

Engines, Three-Cylinder Compound, of the s.s. “ La

France,” 96, 99, 136

Engines, Triple Expansion, 2700 Horse Power, s.s.

“ Aberdeen,” 225, 306, 309

Ether Refrigerating Machine, Accident with, 67

Examinations for Local Surveyors and Inspectors of

Nuisances, 433

Excursion Train, Unlucky, 196

Exhibition of Bicycles and Tricycles, 374

Exhibition at Bradford, Art and Industrial, 452

Exhibition, The Building, 35, 214, 230

Exhibition, International Electric, 235, 236

Exhibition, Marine, at Tynemouth, 474

Exhibition at Milan, The Italian National, 19

Exhibition, Naval and Submarine, 29, 252, 261,268

Exhibition, Peterborough, 78

Exhibition of Shipbuilding Models, The Shipwrights’

Company’s, 308

Exhibition, Shipwrights’, Models of Ships of War, 317

Exhibition, Smoke Abatement, 196, 354

Explosion of a Locomotive on the North-Eastern

Railway, 48, 66

Faure’s Accumulator, 21, 49

Faure Batteries, 211, 230

Faure Battery, Professor Ayrton on the, 177

Feeder for Mills, Automatic. Mr. Potts, 190

Ferry, Hydraulic Steam, Messrs. Bell, Stoney, and

Rich, 299

Filter, The “Thames,” 433

Financial Crisis in France, 105

Fire-boxes for Excessive Temperatures, 465

Fire Risks of Electric Lighting, 20

Fires in Theatres, 63, 95

Flanging Press, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 263

Flues. Patent, Mr. Andrew Gibb, 416

Fly-wheels, Bursting of, 101, 190

Forth Bridge, The, 50, 62, 383

Foundations of Mechanics, 39, 113, 138, 171, 188, 205, 211, 231, 301, 320, 347, 349, 387, 405, 413, 452, 477

Free Trade in Agricultural Machinery, 419

Freezing and Melting Points, 198

Frith Hill, Godaiming and Farncombe Waterworks, 208, 212, 215

Furnaces, Heating, Edge Moor Ironworks, United States, 415

Furness, New Find of Ore in, 67

Garrett, Mr., Submarine Torpedo Boat, 8, 13

Gallas and Aufderheide, Messrs., Moulding Machine, 4, 6

Gas Companies, Metropolitan and Suburban, 438

Gas Engines and the Electric Light, 65, 101

Gas Exhauster, Messrs. W. H. Allen and Co., 227

Gas Exhauster, Messrs. G. Waller and Co., 68

Gas Lightship for the Clyde, 107

Gas Manufacture by Corporations, 438

Gas in Middlesbrough, 49

Gas Producer, Mr. Casson, Woodford Ironworks, 133

Gas and Water Companies, Directory and Statistics, 349

Gauges, Mr. Milner, 450

Gibb, Mr. A.. Patent Flue Arrangement, 416

Giffard, Mr. Henri, 309

Girders, Estimating the Weights of, 328

Girders for Indian State Railways, 322

Government Contracts, 139

Governor, Mr. Churchill, 270

Glaciers, Periodical Variations of, 31

Grain Freights Offered by American Shipping Agents, 301

Grate, The “Wonderful,” 82

Great Britain, the Defence of, 26

Greenock Harbour, 137

Gun Recently Discovered at Santander, 451

Guns, Heavy, The Question of, in America, 19

Guns, Machine, at the Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 317

Guns, The “Peter the Great’s,” 272

Guns, Wire, 349

Halpin, Mr. Druitt, Marine Engine Sea Connections,98

Hamburgh, The Niederbaum Swing Bridge, 458

Hammer, Steam, New, 43

Hammer, Steam, Wrought Iron Framed, Messrs. B.

and S. Massey, 432

Handyside, Mr. James B., 197

Harbours and Estuaries on Sandy Coasts, 398

Hardie Air Locomotive on the Elevated Railway, New

York, 358

Hawick, Water Supply, 475, 476

Heathorn, Capt., Steering Gear and Rudder, 281, 282, 284

Henley Waterworks, 456

H.M-S. Cordelia, 459

Higginson and Co., Messrs., Steam and Hand Steering

Gear, 281, 284

Hoist, Ash, Messrs. J. H. Hall, 270

Hoist, Net, Mr. Mitchell, 270

Holley, Mr. Alexander Lyman, 106

Hot-blast Stove, Mr. Thos. F. Harvey, 430, 436

Hot-blast Stove, 346

'’Hotchkiss Gun, The, 318

Hudson River Tunnel, Progress of the, 475

Hull and Barnsley Railway, The New, 466

Hydraulic Lifts for Passengers and Goods, 323, 324, 326

Hydraulic Ship Lifting Docks, Bombay, 359, 362, 413

Hygrometer, A New, 466

IncktoN, River Bridge, 385

Incrustations, Mechanical Removal of, from Water

Pipes of Philadelphia, 246

Indian State Railway, Four-coupled Engines for, 172, 174

Indian State Railways, Girders for, 322

Indicator Clock, 274

Inductophone, The, 364, 386

Injection Condensers, 441

Injector, The Binary, 378

Institute, The Iron and Steel, 116, 309

Getting Coal by the Aid of Quicklime and Water,

Mr. Mosely, 346

Institute, The Iron and Steel (Continued)— Iron Mining at Bilbao, Mr. W. Gill, 347 Mild Steel, Mr. E. Richards, 346

Relations of Carbon and Iron in Steel, Mr. Woodcock, 357

Institution of Civil Engineers, 35, 101, 116, 349,384, 404

Inaugural Address of the President, Sir W. G. Armstrong, on the Defence of Great Britain, 26

Air-refrigerating Machinery, Mr. J. J. Coleman, 174 Analysis of Potable Water, Mr. Chas. W. Folkard, 58 Candle-power of the Electric Light, Dr. Paget

Higgs, 156

Coal Washing, Mr. Thomas F. Harvey, 413

Design of Structures to Resist Wind Pressure, Mr.

Chas. B. Bender, 211

Harbours and Estuaries on Sandy Coasts, Mr. L. F.

Vernon Harcourt, 398

Modern Flour Milling in England, Mr. H. Simon, 448 Resistance of Viaducts to Sudden Gusts, Prof. Jules Gaudard, 211

Roller Mills and Milling as Practised at Budapest, Mr. W. B. Harding, 448

Steel for Structures, Mr. Ewing Matheson, 192

Theory of the Gas Engine, On the, Mr. Dugald Clerk, 268 .

Wheat Grinding, Mr. W. Proctor Baker, 434

Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland :—

Edgar - Thompson Works, America, Mr. E. W.

Richards, 431

Rapid Method of Estimating Phosphorus, Mr. J. E.

Stead, 431

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 13, 87, 301

Appliances for Working Under Water, or in Irre-spirable Gases, Mr. W. A. Gorman, 355

Bazin System of Dredging, Mr. A. A. Langley, 89

Hydraulic Lifts for Passengers and Goods, Mr. E. B.

Ellington, 324, 326

Meters for Registering Small Flows of Water, Mr.

J. J. Tylor, 87

Power Hammer with a Motive Fulcrum, Mr. Daniel Longworth, 337

Institute or Mining and Civil and Mechanical

Engineers, Chesterfield and Derbyshire, 25

Institute of Mining Engineers : Midland ;—

Long Wall Method of Working the Silkstone or Middleton Main Seam of Coal at the West Riding Colliery, Mr. W. E. Garforth, 422

Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland, 35, 67

Institution of Naval Architects, The, 223

Armoured Ships and Modern Guns, Mr. Samuda, 224 Basis for Fixing Suitable Load-lines for Mercantile

Steamers and Sailing Vessels, Mr. B. Martell, 245 Corrosion of Steam Boilers, Mr. W. J. Norris, 274 Corrosive Effects of Steel on Iron in Salt Water, Mr.

J. Farquharson, 274

Cracks and Annealing of Steel, Mr. A. C. Kirk, 273

Curves of Stability of Some Mail Steamers, Mr.

Biles, 302

Durability, Construction, and Ballasting of Yachts, Mr. Phillips, 302

Economy of Compound Engines, Mr. Parker, 225

Launching Velocities, .On, Mr. Denny, 254

Lloyd’s Rules as Affecting Marine Boiler Construction, Mr. J. T. Milton, 273

Merchant Shipping, Mr. J. Dunn, 224

Progressive Speed Trials, Mr. Biles, 286

Reduction of Transverse and Longitudinal Metacen-tric Curves to Ratio Curves, Mr. Denny, 304

Revision of the Tonnage Law, Mr. W. H. White, 243

Tonnage Measurement, Moulded Depth, and the Official Register in Relation to the Freeboard of Iron Vessels, Mr. W. W. Rundell, 245

Transverse Strains of Iron Merchant Vessels, Messrs.

Read and Jenkins, 286

Triple Expansive Engines of the s.s. “Aberdeen,” Mr. Kirk, 225

Insurance Companies and Electric Lighting, 196

Integrator, Mr. Amsler, 3C4

Inventors and Inventions, 86

Inventors, The Work of, 245

Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 14, 34, 51, 69, 90, 108, 127, 145, 164, 181, 200, 217, 238, 255, 276, 295, 312, 331, 350, 366, 387, 405, 423, 442, 460, 478

Iron Manufacturers’ Association, German, 459

Iron Mining at Bilbao, 347

Iron Ore, Boring for, in Cumberland, 404

Iron and Steel, The Export of, 151

Iron Trade, The Strike in the, 86

Iron Trades Employers’ Association, 474

Ironwork, Practical, 78

Irwell, Improvement of the, 474

Irwell Vale Boiler Explosion, 385

Isthmus Canal Schemes, Old, 199

Ivory, Scarcity of, 385

Jack, Sliding Hydraulic, M. Maignen, 299

Jointing of Rocks, The, 322

Kidd, Mr. J. H., Steam Pump, Trial of, 441

Kidd, Mr. J. H., Water Lifter, 477

Killing the Goose, 365

“ Lancaster,” Expansion Trap, The, 237

Launch at Barrow, 457

Launch of a Glen Liner, 134

Launch of s.s. “ Lady Longden,” 98

Launching Velocities, On, 254

Lawson, Mr., Experimental Boiler Explosions, 345

Leaders

1882, 9

Accidents on French Railways, 105

Action of Cutting Tools, 290

American Patent-office Report, 179

Arlberg Tunnel, 214

Basic Process in the United States Law Courts, 195

Board of Arbitration for the Northern Finished

Iron Trade, 363

Board of Trade and Automatic Brakes, 47

Boiler Insurance, 455

Boiler Insurance, Morality of, 401

Bridges Below London, 364

Brighton Beach, 271

Building Exhibition, The, 214

Canals, Proposed State Purchase of, 384

Cavendish, Lord F., 346

Channel Passage, The, 474

Channel Tunnel, The, 65, 123, 234

Channel Tunnel Question, An Unconsidered Aspect of, 160

Channel Tunnel, Ventilation of, 196

Colliery Explosions, Causes of, 179

Colombo Harbour Works, 142

Combining to Restrict, 179

Constant Water Supply, 161

Continuous Brakes on Metropolitan Railways, 419

Cooper’s Hill College, 307

Cork for Iron Smelting in Spain, 385

Crewe Works, Extension of, 384

Cromwell-road Bridge, Salford, 438

Crystal Palace Organ, 308

Development of a New Coalfield in South Yorkshire, 87

Direct-acting Steam Pumps, 455, 473

Diving, 307

“Doterel,” The, the “Triumph,” and the Driers, 49

Eads’ (Capt.) Ship Railway, 213

Earning Power of Railways, 308

East London Bridges, 142

Eddystone Lighthouse, 365

Electric Light, The, 363

Electric Light, The Cost of the, 251

Electric Light v. Gas, 29

Electric Lighting Bill, 289

Elswick Ordnance and Engineering Works, 474

Employers’ Liability Act, 385

Engine and Boiler Explosions in Belgium in 1881 >

179

Leaders (Continued)—

Excursion Train, An Unlucky, 196

Exhibiion, Smoke Abatement, 196

Explosion of a Locomotive on the North-Eastern Railway, 48, 66}

Faure Battery, Professor Ayrton on the, 177

Financial Crisis in France, 105

Forth Bridge, The, 383

Free Trade in Agricultural Machinery, 419

Gas Engines and the Electric Light, 65

Gas Manufacture by Corporations, 438

Gas in Middlesbrough, 49

Girders, Estimating the Weight of, 327

Henley Waterworks, 456

History and Treatment of Rivers, 251

Hot-Blast Stoves, 346

Hours of Railway Servants, 161

How Not to Make a Good Shaft, 272

Imported Meat Trade, The, 233

Improvements in the Channel Passage, 272

Inductophone, The, 364

Institution of Civil Engineers, 384

Insurance Companies and Electric Lighting, 196

Inventors and Inventions, 86

Iron Trades Employers’ Association, 474

Irwell, Improvement of the, 474

Irwell Vale Boiler Explosion, 385

Ivory, Scarcity of, 385

Killing the Goose, 365

Lawson’s, Mr., Experimental Boiler Explosions, 345

Leicester Flood Works, 402

Life-Saving Apparatus, 308

London Fires, 49

London Tramway Slaughter, 196

Long Passenger Cars, 252

Longridge, Mr., on Our New Guns, 234

Loss of the “ Douro,” 271

Machine Rivetting in Northern Shipyards, 420

Marine Exhibition at Tynemouth, 474

Mechanical Power on Paris Tramways, 420

Meters or Rates, 104

Metropolitan Board, The, 383

Metropolitan Bridges, 252

Metropolitan and Suburban Gas Companies, 438

Midland Railway Company, The, and Mineral Wagons, 125

Midland Railway Company and the Tonnage Rates for Coal, 142

Midland Signalmen, The, 420

Narrow Escape, A, 456

Naval and Submarine Engineering Exhibition, 29

Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 252, 289

Non-condensing Steam Engines, 47

North-Eastern Railway, The, 125

Northern Chemical Trade, 402

Northern Mineral Properties, 328

Northern Railways, New, 214

Northern Steamship Owning, 290

Northern Steel Works, The, 214

Office Hours for Railway Employes in Vienna, 30 Open-hearth Steel Production, 272

Ordnance, Modern, Colonel Maitland on, 178

Ornithological Danger to Bridges, An, 214

Otto v. Linford, 85

Panama Canal, The, 124

Passenger Control of Continuous Brakes, 105

Patent-office Library, The, 30

“ Peter the Great,” The, 66, 105

“ Peter the Great’s ” Guns, The, 272

Photographic Gun, A, 308

Photometry and the Electric Light, 103

Plate Mill, A Great, 308

Plough and Plough-fitting Marks, 327

Port Adelaide and the Cost of Dredging, 384

Professor Osborne Reynolds on the Steering of Screw Steamers, 272

Pumping Power of Coal, 142, 456

Purification of the Thames and the Lea, 141

Railway Half-year, The, 385

Railway Unpunctuality, 103

Removing the Spoil in Chalk Tunnelling, 346

River Pollution in the North, 179

Rivers, Treatment of, 437

Royal Agricultural Society, 473

St. Gothard Railway, The, 385

St. Gothard Tunnel, Ventilation of the, 327

Secondary Batteries, 160, 252

Sewage of the Lea Valley, 234

Sheffield Trade with the United States, 272

Shipbuilding in the United States, 195

Sir William Armstrong on National Defences, 124

Smeaton’s Eddystone Lighthouse, 124

Smoke Abatement Exhibition, 196

Staffordshire Steel-making Experiments, 456

Steam Engine Economy, 159, 178

Steel Process, A New, 196

Steel for Railway Tires and Axles, 290

Steel for Structures, 401

Strike in the Iron Trade, 86

“ Swiftsure ” Accident, The, 420

Tests of Structural Materials, 345

Thermometers for Low Temperatures, 66

Thomas-Gilchrist Process in Staffordshire, 438

Tidal Power, 124

Vacuum Brake in America, 291

Ventilation of the Channel Tunnel, 196

Vienna City Railways, 213

Wages’ Scales for Manufactured Iron, 87

Water-meter Question, The, 159

Water Supply of Alexandria, 456

Webb’s Compound Locomotive, 104

Leavitt Pumping Engines, The, 188, 211

Lectures, Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 398, 412

Legal Intelligence :—

Otto v. Linford, 75, 100

United Telephone Co. v. Harrison, 329, 338, 375

United Telephone Co. r. Maclean, 161

Leicester Flood Works, 402

Letters to the Editor :—

Absorption of Water by Bricks, Inquirer, 360

American Patents, J. D,. 405, 453

Anchor, Ships’ Lamps ? W. R. and Co., 29

Artificial Manure? Isla, 65

Automatic Thermometric Ventilator? E. J. S., 103

Automatic Ventilator, W. H. Bailey, 139

Basic Process in the United States Law Courts, P. M. Justice, 231

Bentall’s Plummer Block, Thos. Piggott and Co., 233

Bentall’s Plummer Blocks, James Shears and Sons, 231

Bilge Pieces? The Value of, R. C. T., 455

Boiler Inspection, Engineer, 477

Boiler Inspection, Inspector, 441

Boiler Inspection, Secretary, 441

Boiler Inspection, John Swift, 453

Boiler Insurance, Engineer, 413

Boiler Insurance, John Swift, 413

Bowstring Girders, G. W. Buckwell, 120

Bowstring Girders, C. Lean, 82

Bowstring Girders, Charles Lean, 153

Bowstring Girders, H. W. Pendred, 82

Bowstring Girders, H. Ward, 81

Box-making Plant ? Regebog Chale, 233

Brass Castings? H. W., 29

Brass Spring? J. D. E., 159

Brighton Beach, E. B. Ellice-Clark, 320

British Equivalent of a Meter, James H. Man, 50

Bursting of Fly-wheels, J. Foster, 101

Bulkheads, Log Ship, 294

Cask-making Machinery, Buxton and Thornley, 289

Cement-making by the Dry Process? D. M., 123

Centrifugal Sugar Drying Machines? G. G. D., 123

Channel Tunnel, Fred. Beaumont, 153

Channel Tunnel, Ratcliffe Ward, 153

Chilled Castings? A. S., 177

Chilled Cast Iron Cast Wheel Bushes or Boxes ? R. and F. K., 271

Chilled Cast Wheel Boxes, Foundry Manager, 289

Chilled Cast Wheel Boxes, Pattern Maker, 307

Chilled Cast Wheel Boxes, R. and F. K., 307

China Grass ? J. McM., 47

Chocolate Machines ? H. de S., 29

Church’s Slide Valve, W. C. Church, 360

Letters to the Editor (Continued')—

Cold Air Machines, J. V. de W. Galwey, 101

Cold Air Machines, T. B. Lightfoot, 6, 62, 153

Cold Air Machines, John Sturgeon, 31, 62, 139

Cold Meat Trade, The, J. and E. Hall, 268

Colliery Outputs and Unloading Pit Cages, Warsop and Hill, 320

Col. Chesney, R.E., and the “Stanley Engineers’ of India, An Abused Stanley Engineer of India, 248

Common Road Steam Carriages? E. S. A. B., 401 Compressed Air Locomotives, Chas. W. Porter, 231 Continuous Brakes on Metropolitan Railways, G

K., 441

Cooper’s Hill Engineers, A. G. Murray, 49

Copper Tubes, Machinery for Making, Welded

J. G. N., 307

Corinth Canal ? The, A. W., 123

Corn Mill Machinery and Bread, Stephen H. Terry, 405

Correction, A., E. Dearden, 233

Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, The Hammond Electric Light and Power Company, 233

Decorticating Cotton Seed ? Oil, 103

Direct-acting Steam Pumps, David Moffat, 478

Distillery Refuse, Treating? F. C. B., 437

Ditton Pumping Engines, Reginald Bolton, 101

Diving, Siebe, Gorman, and Co., 349

Draughtsmen in Queensland, Andrew Clarke, 478

Economy of the Electric Light, Geo. P. Culverwell, 230, 248

Economy of the Electric Light, L. Goldenberg, 231 Economy of the Electric Light, J. H. Greenhill, 230, 248

Edison Light, The, W. S., 83

Education of Engineers, M.I.C.E., 137

Efficiency of Turbines, A. M. Brown, 63

Efficiency of Turbines, J. Gillaird, 120

Efficiency of Turbines, Gwynne and Co., 106

Efficiency of Turbines, Charles L. Hett, 50, 106, 137

Efficiency of Turbines, Thos. McKenzie and Sons, 50

Efficiency of Turbines, J. Turnbull, jun., 106 Electric Lighting, Dangers, David Salomons, 189 Electricity and Patents, J. K. Fahie and Son, 188 Electricity, What is it? James Johnstone, 360 Electro-magnets, Thos. H. Blakesley, 437 Electro-Magnets ? Farad, 419

Engineers in South Australia, Fair Play, 171

Engineers in South Australia, Fortiter et Fidelitas, 153

Engineers for India, G. Chesney, 21

Engineers in India, Old System, 171

Faure’s Accumulator, C. A. Faure, 21

Faure’s Accumulator, y, 49

Faure Batteries, Desmond G. FitzGerald, 230

Faure Batteries, Lux, 211

Fish Grinding Machine ? E. M. J., 65

Fixing Studs, W. Stroudley, 453

Forth Bridge, B. B., 62

Forth Bridge, Edwin Clark, 50

Foundations of Mechanics, Arthur Adams, 171, 301

Foundations of Mechanics, C., 477

Foundations of Mechanics, $. II,, 138, 211, 320, 387, 413, 478

Foundations of Mechanics, Walter R. Browne, 349, 405, 452

Foundations of Mechanics, Edward Hoyle, 413

Foundations of Mechanics, J. Ramsbottom, 188, 231 349, 405

Foundations of Mechanics, T. W., 413

Frigorific Action of the Condensers, Robt. Gill, 211 Gas Engines and the Electric Light, J. Emerson Dowson, 101

Grain Elevators, A. C., 307

Grate, The “ Wonderful,” Francis Campin, 82

Great Bell for St. Paul’s, Constant Reader, 387

“ Great Eastern ?’ The, R. L., 103

“Great Eastern” Steamship, The, An Old Subscriber, 141

Greenock Harbour, W. R. Kinipple, 137

Greenock Waterworks, A Ten Years’ Subscriber, 103 ,, „

Gun-metal Castings (Reply to “ Pneumatic ), Foundry Manager, 29

Gun-metal Castings, Foundry Manager, 103

Gun-metal Castings, Samuel Keighley, 47

Gun-metal Castings ? Pneumatic, 9, 85

Gun-metal Castings (Ditto), Royal Arsenal, 29

Gun-metal Castings, J. E., Taylor, 65

Heavy Guns in America, The Question of, W. Pal-liser, 50

Heurtvise’s Hydraulic Lift ? R. E. W , 363

Hot Blast Stoves, Massicks and Crooke, 383

Hydraulic Ship Lifting Docks, J. T. Emmerson,

Hydraulic Ship Lifting Docks, John Standfield, 453

Identification of Ships, Aquarius, 405

Injection Condensers, George Hunter, 441

Institution of Civil Engineers, The, Member, 101

Irrigation ? Surveyor, 123

Isthmus of Corinth Canal, L. L. K., 195

Kidd’s Steam Pump, Trial of, John H. Kidd, 441

Kidd’s Water Elevator, John H. Kidd, 327

Kidd’s Water Lifter, John H. Kidd, 477

Kyan, Mr. John Howard, Historicus, 307

Leather Link Belts ? J. C., 159

Leavitt Pumping Engines, Reginald Bolton, 211

Leavitt Pumping Engines, The, J. S. Coon, 188

Lightning, Action of, A. Parnell, 345

Linoleum Machinery? B. and J., 363

London and North-Western Railway, and Continuous Brakes, J. N. Armitage, 188

London and North-Western Railway and Continuous Brakes, A. Guard, 188

Loss of the “Ballina,” The, Dicky Sam, 268

Low’s Drawing Board, Geo. Low, 268

Low’s Drawing Board, F. G. M. Stoney, 248, 320 Lubricating Plumbago or Metaline ? J. C., 419

Machine for Bending Copper Pipes? W. H. and S., 289

Machines for Cutting Wire Corks ? Inquirer, 363

Maignen’s Hydraulic Jack, P. A. Maignen, 327

Menusier’s System of Permanent Telegraphic Communication between Trains in Motion and between them and the Station, B. H. Thwaite, 231

Oil? Determining Amount of Moisture in, Enquirer, 363

Old Brass for Bearings? An Old Subscriber, 123

Otto v. Linford, Arthur J. Donald, 138

Otto v. Linford, Charles Eyre, 120

Otto v. Linford, Fair Play, 100

Otto v. Linford, Lux, 138

Parabolic Railway Curves? C. E., 177

Patent-office Library, Patentee, 51

Patenting? What is the Use of, C. W. V., 453

Petroleum? Refining, E. R. R., 9

Photometer Tests of Electric Lamps, Andrew Jamieson, .

Photometer Tests of Electric Lamps, Fred. Ormis-ton, 50

Photometric Tests of Incandescent Lamps, Andrew Jamieson, 63

Physics of the Earth’s Crusts, O. Fisher, 441

Piggott and Co., Messrs., Cold Air Machine, Thos. Piggott and Co , 301

Pile Driving by Electricity, F. W. Turner, 120

Plate Mill, A Great, Taylor and Farley, 327

Polishing Ebonite ? Constant Subscriber, 177

Port Elizabeth Show, Howard, Farrar, and Co., 363 Power and Speed of Torpedo Boats, Yarrow and Co., 63

Preserving Stone, Mason, 455

Pressure in Grain Tanks, J. W. C. H., 120

Priming of Boilers, G. F. B. L., 18S

Priming of Boilers, W. A. M., 211

Problem in Electricity, 4>. II., 23

Problem in Electricity, Desmond G. FitzGerald, 50 Problem in Pile Driving, Philadelphia, 62

Proctor and Co.’s, Messrs , Steam Digger, Proctor and Co., 189

Pulleys? Wrought Iron, G. J. C., 65

Pulleys, Wrought Iron, Hudswell, Clarke, and Co., 85

Railway Brakes, W. B. Holbech, 349

Railway Signals and Electric Lighting, 'David Salomons, 82

Return of Stamp Duties on Patents, Wm. Spence, 453

Rope Driving Gear? B. A., 327

Rope Traction ? Problem in, Bit, 85

St. Gothard Railway, The, C. G. Ethelston, 452

Screw Propeller, The, C., 171

Screw Propellers, R. M. Steele, 327

Screw Shaft Couplings, Log Chip, 120

Secondary Battery, New, Wm. B. Sayers, 82

Self-centreing Chucks and Foundry Work, Mechanical Engineer, 233

Sellon Secondary Battery, The, C. A. Faure, 268

Sellon Secondary Battery, The, John S. Sellon, 294

Shellac Machinery, M. and T., 401

Shipwrights’ Exhibition, The, Lewis Olrick and Co., 345

Slate Refuse ? Utilisation of, J. W., 47

Slide Valves, W. Henry Neal, 349

Smith and Moore’s Method of Getting Coal, Sebastian Smith, 211

Snow-hill Station Roof, C. E. Baines, 62

Snow-hill Station Roof, F. H. C., 62

Snow-hill Station Roof, J. H. A., 62

Snow-hill Station Roof, P. H. 8., 51

Snow-hill Station Roof, Thos. Timmins, 23, 138

Snow-hill Station Roof, Wm. Turner, 81

Society of Arts Patent Bill and Free Patents, Henry W. Ley, 23

Soft Iron for Electro-magnets ? Ybrow, 123

Sparking at Commutators, Felix, 189

Starch and Glucose Making Plant? M. and B., 141

Statistics^ of Consumption of Mining Explosives,

Steam Engine Economy, J. McF. Gray, 248

Steam Engine Economy, Wm. Inglis, 188, 320, 345, 360

Steam Engine Economy, Mich. Longridge, 248

Steam Engine Economy, John Swift, 231, 268, 349

Steam Engine Economy, Zero, 171

Steam Rubber Tube ? Experimental, 437

Stone Sawing Machinery ? Stone Sawing, 233

Strains on Bowstring Girders, Hamilton W. Pen-dred, 62

Strains on Crane Posts, W. H. Bidder, 21, 51, 82

Strains on Crane Posts, W. B. Coventry, 22, 50, 83

Strains on Crane Posts, Oliver J. Ellis, 83

Strains on Crane Posts, Alfred Fyson, 101

Strains on Crane Posts, Imta, 23

Strains on Crane Posts, C. J. Major, 22, 62

Strains on Crane Posts, A Puzzled Student, 63

Strains on Crane Posts, Q. E. D., 22

Strains on Crane Posts, W. Stokes, 6, 23, 51

Strains on Crane Posts, F. de Vasconcellos, 22

Strains on Crane Posts, H. Ward, 23, 83

Strength of Buckled Plates, James M. Blair, 320

Tensile Strength of Long and Short Bars, John H.

Blakesley, 62

T-Iron Rings ? L. R., 233

Transit of Venus and Optics, C. B. Allen, 477

Turbine Propeller ? The, Gisbert Kapp, 159

Turbine Propeller, Gisbert Kapp, 138

Turton’s Patent Crank Shafts, Ince Forge Company, 289

Tyler’s Switch ? R. F. A., 363

Type-writers ? M., 233

Use of the Throttle Valve, Extraordinary Indicator Diagrams, X. Y., 231

Utilisation of Tramways at Night, Wm. Tweedie, 188

Vacuum Brakes on the Midland Railway, Express Driver on the Midland Railway, 171

Vacuum Brakes.on the Midland Railway, Hibernia, 171

Vacuum Brakes on the Midland Railway, A Midland Driver, 153

Vacuum Brakes on the Midland Railway, Tom Seeson, 211

Water Meter Question, The, W. J., 211

Water Supply in India, A. G. Murray, 62

Weisnegg’s Laboratory Constant Temperature Stove,

J. Lawrence-Hamilton, 320

Windmills? Subscriber, 123

Wind Pressure, A. R., 153

Wind Pressure, T. G., 139, 188

Wire Guns, J. Longridge, 349

Wire-rope Tramways ? Alpha, 437

Yellow Metal Letters ? Newry, 363

Level, A Newly-arranged, 380

Leyland Local Board, Competitive Schemes for Public

Works of Water Supply, 210

Lifeboat Bridge, Mr. John White, 300, 303

Life-buoys and Life-seats, Mr. Rose? 300, 303

Life-raft, Mr. Copeman, 301, 303

Life-raft, Mr. Roper, 300, 303

Life-saving Apparatus, 308

Life-saving Apparatus at the Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 300, 303

Lifting Bogie, Automatic, Bishop Auckland Ironworks, 173

Lighting Railway Carriages and Buoys, Mr. J.

Pintsch’s System, 155, 158

Limits to Speed, 197

^i?2<9le^ S ■ExPansi°11 Gear, Horizontal Engine with,

Literature—

Action of Lightning, and the Means of Defending Life and Property from its Effects, Arthur Parnell, 273

Boiler-maker’s Ready Reckoner, with Examples of Practical Geometry and Templating for the Use of Platers, Smiths, and Rivetteis, by J. Courtney, 474

Book of Scales, &c., by Ambrose Wheeler Holshan, 66

British Navy, The ; its Strength, Resources, and Administration, Sir Thomas Brasscy, 125, 385

Coal and Iron Industries of the United Kingdom, by Richard Meade, 457

Def Praktishe Eisen-u. Eisenwaarenkenner, von Edward Japing, 385

Dirty Dust-bins and Sloppy Streets, II. Percy Boul-nois, 235

Elementary Lessons in Electricity and Magnetism, by Sylvanus P. Thompson, 196

Elementary Treatise on the Construction of Roofs of Wood and Iron, 474

Experimental Researches into the Properties and Motions of Fluids, &c., Wm. Ford Stanley, 234

Katechismus der Stationaeren Dampfkessel u. Dampfmaschinen, von Th. Schwarze, 142

Lightning-rod Conference ; Report of the Delegates, by the Secretary, 66

Naval Architects’ and Shipbuilders’ Pocket-book of Rules, Formulae, and Tables, by Clement Mackrow, 328

Neuve Betriebsergebnisse mit E. Jarolimek’s Ges-tein’s-Drehbohrmaschinen, 385

Our Factories, Workshops, and Warehouses; Their Sanitary and Fire-resisting Arrangements, by B.

H. Thwaite, 474

Practical Guide for Inspectors of Nuisances, F. R. Wilson, 235

Practical Treatise on the Joints made and used by Builders, by Wyvill J. Christy, 474

Practical Treatise on Mechanical Engineering, Comprising Metallurgy, Moulding, &c. &c., by Francis Cam pin, 474

Preservation of Life and Property from Fire, J. H. Heathman, 328

Physics of the Earth’s Crust, Rev. Osmond Fisher, 420

Sewage Disposal for the Guidance of Sanitary Authorities, by Henry Robinson, 365

Simple Hydraulic Formula), T. W. Stone, 105

The Steam Engine and its Inventors ; A Historical Sketch, Robt. L. Galloway, 252

Literature (Continued)—

Steam Heating for Buildings ; or Hints to Steam Fitters, by W. J. Baldwin, 179

Tramways, their Construction and Working, &c., by D. Kinnear Clark, 49

Transactions of the Liverpool Engineering Society, Vol. I., 87

Treatise on Modern Horology in Theory and Practice, Translated from the French of Claudius Saunier, 439

Treatise on Rivers and Canals, &c., by Leveson F. Vernon-Harcourt, 456

Treatment of Steel, On the, Issued by Messrs.

• Miller, Metcalf, and Parkin, 214

Vibratory Motion and Sound, Prof. J. D. Everett, 402

Water Supply of England and Wales ; its Geology, &c., by C. E. de Rance, 30

Wholesome Houses; Handbook on Domestic Ventilation, E. Gregson Banner, 235

Liverpool, Proposed New Terminal Station at, 83, 84

Lloyd’s Rules as Affecting Marine Boiler Construction, 273

Load Lines for Mercantile Steamers and Sailing Vessels, 245

Locomotive, Broad Gauge, 7ft., Great Western Railway (Supplement, June 16, 1882)

Locomotive, Compound, London and North-Western Railway, 163

Locomotive, Express, Pennsylvania Railway, 78, 80, 96, 102

Locomotive, The Fontaine, 33

Locomotive, The Hardie Air, on the Elevated Railway, New York, 358

Locomotive, Links in the History of the, 429

Locomotive, Tank, for the Belgian Central Railway (and Supplement), 1

Locomotive, Webb’s Compound, 104

Locomotives, Compressed Air, 231

Locomotives, Tramway Street, 67

Lodge, Prof. O. J., on Electrical Accumulators, 365, 373

London Bridges, East, 142

London Fires, 49

London, Health of, in 1881, 67

London Tramway Slaughter, 196

Longridge, Mr., on our New Guns, 234

Low’s Drawing Board, 248, 268, 320

Lubricator, Mr. Meacock, 180

Lubricator, Mr. F. To vote, 98

Meat Trade, The Imported, 233

Mechanical Vibrations and Magnetism, 318, 341

Mechanics, Foundations of, 39,113, 138,171, 188, 205, 211, 231, 301

Menai Suspension Bridge, 20

Menusier’s System of Permanent Telegraphic Communication between Trains in Motion, &c., 231

Merchant Shipping, 234

Merchant Steam Vessels at the Shipwrights’ Exhibition, 337, 357, 404

Merry weather, Mr. H., 7

Meters or Rates, 104

Meters for Registering Small Flows of Water, 87

Metropolitan Board, The, 383

Metropolitan Board of Works, Surveying and Reporting upon the London Theatres, &c., 89

Metropolitan Railway Traffic, Conduct of, 75

Mexico, Drainage of, 349

Midland Railway Company and Mineral Wagons, 125

Midland Signalmen, 420

Milling Flour in England, Modern, 448

Mills and Milling Rollers at Budapest, 448

Mines Commission, The, 340

Mining Developments in Cumberland, 450

Miscellanea, 3, 27, 45, 59, 79, 97, 121, 135, 157, 175, 193, 207, 227, 249, 269, 283, 305, 321, 343, 361, 381, 399, 417, 431, 449, 471

Morewoodand Co., Messrs., Sheet Mills, Soho, 133, 137

Moulding Machine, Messrs. Gallas and Aufderheide, 4, 6

Municipal Control of Streets and Buildings, 107

Narrow Escape, A., 456

Naval Engineer Appointments, 13, 67, 87, 125, 139, 156, 192, 228, 282, 349, 360, 378, 404, 430, 451

Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 252, 261, 263, 264,

281, 289, 299

Anchor, Mr. Wasteney Smith, 261, 270

Ash Hoist, Messrs. J. H. Hall, 264, 270

Berthon Collapsible Boat, The, 330

Boiler, Mr. David Midgley, 292

Condenser, Mr. Normandy, 264, 267

Crank Shaft, Mr. Turton’s, 270

Dredger, Messrs. Priestman Bros., 265, 270

Dredging Truck, Mr. Smith, 264

Engine, Launch, Messrs. T. Bates and Co., 292

Engines, Steam, at, 291

Ferry, Hydraulic Steam, Messrs. Bell, Stoney, and

Rich, 299

Flanging Press, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 263

Governor, Mr. Churchill, 262, 270

Hotchkiss Gun, The, 318

Instruments at, 264

Jack, Sliding Hydraulic, M. Maignen, 299

Lectures at, 330, 398, 412

Lifeboat Bridge, Mr. John White, 300, 303

Life-buoys and Life-seats, Mr. Rose, 300, 303

Life-raft, Mr. Copeman, 301, 303

Life-raft, Mr. Roper, 300, 303

Life-saving Apparatus at, 300, 303

Lifting and Hauling zlpparatus at, 264

Machine Guns at, 317

Miscellaneous Exhibits at, 299

Models of Ships of War at, 265

Net Hoist, Mr. Mitchell, 265, 270

Nut Lock, Mr. Prior’s, 261, 267

Packing, Metallic Piston Rod, Mr. Katzenstein’s, 261, 267

Piston, Compensating, Mr. Prior’s, 261, 267

Propeller, Feathering, Mr. Welton, 264, 267

Pump, Messrs. Carrick and Wardle, 262, 270

Pump, Messrs. Fielden and Platt, 263

Pump, “Clyde” Steam, Messrs. Loudon Bros., 262, 266

Pump, Donkey, Messrs Mumford, 299

Pump, Steam, Mr. Kidd, 292

Pump, “ Water witch,” Messrs. Blundell Brothers, 263

Quieting Chamber, Mr. P. Justice, 300

Refrigerator, The Bell-Coleman, 262, 266

Refrigerator, Messrs. Hall, 262, 266

Refrigerator, Messrs. Thomas Piggott and Co., 262, 267, 301

Refrigerator, Messrs. A. J. West and Co., 262

Refrigerator, Hulk, The Haslam Foundry and

Engineering Co., 262, 267

Rivetter, Messrs. Fielden and Platt, 263

Rudder, Compound, Mr. Herman Wedekind, 299

Rudder, Jury, Capt. Commercll, 299

Screw Propulsion, Mr. Robt. Griffiths, 412

Sound Signalling, Mr. Price Edwards, 398

Steam Launch, Messrs. Duncan Bros., 263, 267

Steam Winch, Messrs. Clark, Chapman, and Gurney, 262

Steering Gear, Hydraulic, Messrs. T. Piggott and Co. (Kilbourn and Fossick’s Patent), 282, 284

Steering Gear and Rudder, Capt. Heathorn, 281, 282, 284

Steering Gear, Steam, Messrs. Amos and Smith, 282, 285

Steering Gear, Steam, Messrs. Davis and Co., 282, 285

Steering Gear, Steam and Hand, Mr. D. Coulson, 281, 284

Steering Gear, Steam and Hand, Messrs. Donkin and Nichol, 281, 284

Steering Gear, Steam and Hand, Messrs. Higginson and Co., 281, 284

Steering Gear. Steam and Hand (Simey’s Patent), Messrs. R. Roger and Co., 281, 282

Steering Gear, Steam and Hand, Mr. E. E. Wigzell, 282 285

Tube’stopper, Mr. Turner, 292

Wreck Escape, Mr. Hodgson, 301, 303

Yachts at, 319

North of England, 14, 35, 52, 70, 91, 109, 128, 146, 164, 182, 200, 218, 238, 256, 276, 295, 312, 331, 350, 367, 387, 406, 424, 442, 461, 478

Notes from Lancashire, 14, 34, 51, 70, 90, 128, 145, 164, 182, 200, 217, 256, 276, 312, 331, 350, 367, 388, 406, 423, 442, 460, 478

Notes and Memoranda, 3, 27, 45, 59, 79, 97, 121, 135, 157, 175, 193, 207, 227, 249, 269, 283, 305, 321, 343, 361, 381, 399, 417, 431, 449, 471

Notes from Scotland, 15, 35, 52, 91, 109, 12«, 146, 165, 182, 201, 218, 238, 256. 277, 295, 312, 332, 350, 367, 388, 406, 421, 443, 461. 479

Notices to Correspondents, 9,-29, 47,65, 85. 103, 123, 141, 159, 177, 195, 213, 233, 251, 271, 289, 307, 327,345, 363, 383, 401, 419, 437, 455

North-Eastern Railway Company, The, 125

Northern Mineral Properties, 328

Northern Railways, New, 214

Northern Steam Shipowning. 290

Northern Steel Works, The, 214

Nut Lock, Mr. Prior, 267

Obituary:—

Aveling, Mr. Thomas, 180

Campbell. Mr. JDugald, 365

Giffard, M. Henri, 309

Handy side, Mr. James B., 197

Holley, Mr. Alexander Lyman, 106

Merry weather, Mr. Henry, 7

Palliser, Sir W., 105

Scott Russell, Mr. John, 430

Smith, Mr. Sydney, 231

Thomson, Sir Charles Wyville, 197

Office Hours for Railway Employes in Vienna, 30

Oil-cans and Lamps, Messrs. A. C. Wells and Co., 153, 154

Oil Cisterns, 100-gallon Steel, 44

Ordnance, Modern, Col. Maitland on, 178

Organ, The Great, at the Crystal Palace, 393, 400

Orient Steam Navigation Company, The, 372

Original Researches, 63

Otto v. Linford, 75, 85, 100, 116, 120, 138, 139

Oxford Military College, 301, 466

Packing, Metallic Piston Rod, Mr. Katzenstein’s, 267

Palliser Projectiles, Trial of, at Shoeburyness, 411, 421

Palliser) Sir W., 105

Panama Canal, The, 124, 435

Paris Tramways, Mechanical Power on, 420

Patent Bill and Free Patents, Society of Arts, 23

Patent Law, 41, 210

Patent-office Library, 30, 51

Patenting? What is the Use of, 453

Patents, American, 405, 453

Patents, English, in 1881, 205

Patents, Return of Stamp Duties on, 453

Pearn, Messrs., Steam Pump, 95, 107

“Peter the Great,” The, 66, 105

“ Peter the Great’s” Guns, The, 272

Petroleum, Dittmar’s Patent for Solidifying. 7

Photographic Gun, 308

Photography, 380

Photography for Copying Drawings and Manuscripts, 453

Photometer Tests of Electric Lamps, 7, 50, 63

Photometric Standards, 20

Photometry and the Electric Light, 103

Physics of the Earth’s Crust, 441

Pier, Iron Promenade, Ramsgate, 382, 386

Pierre-La-Treiche, Turbine and Pumps, 348, and Supplement, May 12th, 1882

Piggott, Messrs., Cold Air Machine, 301

Piggott and Co., Messrs. T., Hydraulic Steering Gear, 282. 284

Pile Driving by Electricity, 120

Pintsch, Mr. J., System of Lighting Railway Carriages and Buoys, 155, 158

Piston, Mr. Prior, 267

Plate Mill, A Great, 308

Plough and Plough Fitting Marks, 327

Plummer Blocks, Messrs. Bentall Bros., 231

Plummer Blocks, Universal Joint, Messrs. Bentall

Bros., 209

Plymouth Harbour, 20

Plymouth Waterworks. 63

“Polyphemus,” Trial Trip of the, 174

Port Adelaide and the Cost of Dredging, 384

Portsmouth Drainage, 116

Postal Statistics, 421

Potomac, Improvement of, at Washington, 378

Power Hammers with a Movable Fulcrum, 337

Pressure in Grain Tanks, 120

Problem in Electricity, 23, 50

Problem in Pile Driving, 62

Proctor and Co.’s, Messrs., Steam Digger, 189

Projectiles, Palliser, 411, 421

Propeller, Feathering, Mr. Welton, 267

Propeller, Screw, 171

Pump, Messrs. Carrick and Wardale, 270

Pump, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 263

Pump, “Clyde” Steam, Messrs. Loudon Bros.) 262, 266

Pump, Donkey, Messrs. Mumford, 299

Pump, Steam, Mr. Kidd, 292, 441

Pump, Steam, Messrs. Pearn, 95, 107

Pump, Steam Fire, Mr. John Wolstenholme, 145

Pump, “ Waterwitch,” Messrs. Blundell Bros., 263

Pumping Machinery at the New Graving Dock, Rio

de Janeiro, 282, 288, 310, 311

Pumping Power of Coal, 142

Pumps, Steam, Direct-acting, 455, 473, 478

Punching Machine, Hydraulic, 107

Question of Heavy Guns in America, The, 19, 50

Quieting Chamber, Mr. P. Justice, 300

Rails, Cost of Railway Carriage of, 280

Rails, Expansion of, 411

Railway Communication with Southampton, 358

Railway Half-year, The, 385

Railway Matters, 3, 27, 45, 59, 79. 97, 121, 135, 157, 175, 193, 207, 227, 249, 269, 283, 305, 321, 843, 361, 381, 399, 417, 431, 449, 471

Railway Servants, The Hours of, 161

Railway Unpunctuality, 103

Railways, Earning Power of, 308

Railways and Tramways on the Continent, 180

Rainband Spectroscope, The, 459

Ramsgate, Iron Promenade Pier, 382, 386

Reading, Royal Agricultural Show at, 465, 473

Reese v. Thofnas, 475

Refrigerator, Messrs. Piggott’s, 301

Refrigerator, The Bell-Coleman, 266

Refrigerators, Messrs. Hall, 266

Refrigerator Hulk, Haslam Foundry and Engineering Company, 267

Reynolds, Professor Osborne, on the Steering of Screw Steamers, 272

Rifling Machine, Mr. C. d’Albert, 229

River Pollution in the North, 179

Rivers, History and Treatment of, 251

Rivers Purification Association, 268

Rivers, Treatment of, 437

Rivetter, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 263

Rivetting Machine, Combined Mechanical and Hydraulic, 162

Rivetting Machine in Northern Shipyards, 420

Roger and Co., Messrs., Steam and. Hand Steering Gear, 281, 282

Rotary Polarisation by Chemical Substances, 381

Royal Institution, The— ,

Absorption of Radiant Heat, London Tog, Di. John

Tyndall, 117

Dr. Huggins on Comets, 63

Royal Agricultural Show, Reading, 465, 473

Mr. Swan on the Electric Light, 21 n

Rudder, Compound, Mr. H. Wedekind, 299

Rudder, Jury, Sir J. E. Commerell, 299

St. Charles Bridge Disaster, Missouri, 119

St. Gothard Railway, The, 385, 402, 452

St. Gothard Tunnel, Ventilation of the, 327

Screw Propulsion, 412

Scott-Russell, Mr. John. 430

Screw-snaft Couplings, 120

Secondary Battery, New, 82

Selected American Patents, 18, 38, 56, 74, 94, 112 132, 150, 168, 186, 204, 222, 242, 260, 280, 298, 316, 336, 354 392* 410, 428, 446, 464, 482

Sellon, Secondary Batteries, 268, 294

Sewage of the Lea Valley, 234

Sewerage of Northfield and Kings Norton, 235

Sewerage Works at Chipping Wycombe, Bucks, 329

Shaft, How not to Make a Good, 272

Shaft Sinking at Dorchester Bay Tunnel, Boston,

Mass., 41, 68 .

Sheers, 150 tons, for the Russian Government, 24, 33

Sheffield District, 14, 35, 52, 70, 90, 109, 128, 146, 164, 182, 200, 218, 238, 256, 276, 295, 312, 331, 350, 3b7 387, 406, 424, 442, 461, 479

Sheffield Trade with the United States, 272

Shipbuilding in the United States, 195

Shipbuilding Models, Exhibition of, 308

Ships. Identification of, 405

Ships’ Ventilators, Messrs. R. Boyle and Sons, 342

Ships of War, Models of, at the Naval and Submarine

Exhibition, 265, 317

Shipwrights’ Exhibition—

Merchant Steam Vessels.at, 337, 357, 404

Models of Ships of War, 317

Signalling Machine, Marine, Mr. Barker, 386

Signals, Railway, and Electric Lighting, 82

Silloth New Dock, 433

Silver, Export Duty on, 470

Simplex Motor, The, 477

Smeaton’s Eddystone Lighthouse, 124

Smith and Moore’s Method of Getting Coal, 211

Smith, Mr. Sydney, 231

Smoke Abatement Exhibition, 101, 196, 354, 464

Smoke-burning Furnace Attachment, 67

Snow-hill Station Roof, 23, 51, 62, 81, 138

Society of Arts, 275

Causes of and Remedies for Bad Trade, Mr. Walter

Browne, 440

Conversazione of, 446

Patent Bill and Free Patents, 23

Society, The Chemical—

Rotary Polarisation by Chemical Substances under Magnetic Influence, Mr. W. H. Perkin, 381

Unit of Weight and Mode of Constitution of Compounds, Dr. Odling, 152

Society of Civil Engineers, The American:— Drainage of the Valley and City of Mexico, Prof.

Forshey, Capt. Howell, Mr. R. Orozco, 349

Improvement of the Potomac at Washington, Mr.

W. R. Hutton, 378

Mean Velocity of Streams Flowing in Natural Channels, Mr. R. E. McMath, 197

Mechanical Removal of Incrustations from the Water-pipes of Halifax, Mr. E. H. Keating, 24b

Shaft Sinking Under Difficulties at Dorchester Bay Tunnel, Boston, Mass., 41

Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers :— Practical Ironwork, Mr. R. E. Middleton, 78

Society of Engineers :—

Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Jaoez Church, 96 .

Notes on Electric Light Engineering, Mr. C. H. VV.

Biggs and Mr. Worby Beaumont, 169

Tunnelling in Japan, Mr. T. M. Rymer Jones, 422

Utilisation of Tidal Energy, Mr. Arthur Oates, 329

Society, The Engineers’, of Western Pennsyl-

VANIA “

Description of the Davis Island Cofferdam of 1881, Mr. William Martin, 226

Society, Liverpool Engineering:—

Municipal Control of Streets and Buildings, Mr.

Goldstraw, 107 , ,r TT -n t> i

Plymouth Corporation-Waterworks, Mr. H. 1. Bellamy, 63

Tides and Tidal Scour, Mr. Joseph Boult, 469

Society, The Meteorological :—

New Metal Screen for Thermometers, Rev. F. W

Stow, 449

Society, The Newcastle Chemical:—

Voltaic Accumulation, Mr. Swan, 44

Sound Signalling, 398

South Shields, Corporation Tramways, 385

Sparking at Commutators, 189

Speed, Limits to, 197

Speed Trials, Progressive Log, of the s.s. Spartan, 287

Speed Trials, Progressive, Mr. Biles, on, 286

Spiegeleisen in England, Manufacture of, 192

South Kensington Museum, 56, 67, 94, 116, 150, 222/ 236, 298, 349, 367, 410, 413, 474

Stamford, Foot Bridge over the Welland, 32, 33

Steam Cylinder, Experiments on Losses in the, 113

Steam Engine Economy, 159, 171, 320, 349, 360

Steam Launch, Messrs. Duncan Bros., 267

S.S. “Aberdeen” Triple Expansive Engines of tht 225

S.S. “ La France,” Engines of the, 173, 176

S.S. “Minard Castle,” a China Tea Steamer, Tr*

Trip of the, 226

S.S. “ St. Ronans,” Trial Trip of the, 235

S.S. “ Roxburgh,” The, 116 £

1 Steamers, Twin Screw, for the Argentine RcpuW, 446

Steel, Apparatus for Testing Heated, 237

Steel, Corrosive Effects of, on Iron in Salt Wt#r 274

Steel, On Cracks and Annealing of, 273

Steel, English v. American, 218

Steel, Hardening by Pressure. 477

Steel-making Experiments, Staffordshire, 456

Steel, Mild, Mr. E. Richards on, 346

Steel Plates, Yield of, 448

Steel Process, New, 196

Steel Production, Open Hearth, 272

Steel for Railway Tires and Axles, 290

Steel for Structures, 169, 192, 401

Steel, Relations of Carbon and Iron in, 357 .

Steering Gear, Steam and Hand, Messrs. J. H. won,

Steering Gear, Steam and Hand and HydrauliQ'^ava^ and Submarine Exhibition, 281, 284, 285

Stove, Register, Mr. Crane’s Patent, 386

Stoves, Hot Blast, 430, 436

Strains on Bowstring Girders, 62 R9

Strains on Crane Posts, 6, 21, 22, 23, 50, 51, 6Vd» 1 101

Strains in Ironwork, 387

Strains, Transverse, of Iron Merchant ’e *

Messrs. Read and Jenkins on, 286

Strikes, Suicidal Results of, 365

Structural Materials, Tests of, 345

Stud Fixer, 379

Studs, Fixing, 453

Swan Garden Ironworks, The, 217 .

Swansea, Opening of the Prince of Wales

Swiftsure Accident, The, 420

Tank, A Great, 374

Tap, Safety Valve, 255

Taxation in the Australian Colonics, 410

Tay Bridge, The, 228

Telephone, A Mechanical, 377 calindpw

Telephone System, Messrs. Brown aJ» Od,uuu » 127

Tendebs

Borough of South Shields—Corporation Tramways, 385

Brewery Buildings—50-Quarter at Burton-on-Trent,

13

Erdington Sewers, 152, 235

Errington, Sewering and Braining of Land, 139

Harbour of Carnarvon, 125

Inckton Piiver Bridge, 385

Northampton, Brewery for Messrs. Ratcliffe and Jeffery, 215

Northampton Brewery Company, Mr. S. L. Beckham, 348

Nottingham, Class Rooms, All Saints’ Schools, 348

Nottingham, Dock Railway and Swing Bridge,

Pwllheli, 435

St. Helens, 152

Sewerage Works at Chipping Wycombe, Bucks, 329

Storm Water Sewers in London-road and St. James’-road, Leicester, 67

Tensile Strength of Long and Short Bars, 1, 62

Thames Bridge Accommodation, 116

“ Thames ” Filter, The, 433

Theory of the Gas Engine, 268

Thermometers for Low Temperatures, 66

Thermometers, Metal Screen for, Rev F. W. Stow on, 449

Thomas and Gilchrist Process, The, 332

Thomas-Gilchrist Process, The, in Staffordshire, 438

Thomson, Sir Charles Wyville, 197

Throttle Valve, Use of the, Extraordinary Indicator

Diagrams, 231

Tidal Energy, Utilisation of, 329

Tides and Tidal Scour, On, 469

Timber, Comparative Resilience of Various Kinds of, 410

Timber, Seasoning, 147

Time Signals, 421

Tonnage Law, Revision of the, 243

Tonnage Measurement, Moulded Depth, &c., Mr. W.

W. Rundell on, 244

Torpedo Boat for the Brazilian Government, Trial of, 475

Torpedo Boat, A New, 39

Torpedo Boat, Sea-going, for the Argentine Republic, 180

Torpedo Boat, Submarine, Mr. Garrett, 8, 13

Torpedo Boats, Power and Speed of, 63

Torpedo Boats, Sea-going, 116

Tractive Force upon Macadamised Roads, 18

Trade, Bad, Causes of and Remedies for, 440

Tram Rail, Movable, Mr. R. S. Cunningham, 459

Tramway Street Locomotives, 67

Tramways at Night, Utilisation, 152

Tramway, Paris, Mechanical Power on, 420

Tramways to the Potteries, 101

Tramways, Utilisation of, at Night, 188

Transit of Venus and Optics, 477

Trap, The Lancaster Expansion, 237

Trial Trip of the s.s. “Lady Longden,” 380

Tube Stopper, Mr. Morgan, 451

Tube Stopper, Mr. Turner, 292

Tunnelling Chalk, Removing the Spoil in, 346

Tunnelling in Japan, 422

Tunnelling the Lackmama Pass, 280

Turbine, Mr. J. Whitelaw, 247

Turbine Propeller, The, 138

Turbine and Pumps, Pierre-la-Treiche (Supplement to

The Engineer, May 12th, 1882), 348

Turbine, The Victor, Pillsbury “ A” Mills, Minneapolis, 189, 190

Turbines, Efficiency of, 50, 63, 105, 108, 120, 137

Union Pacific Railway and the Colorado State, 441

Unit of Weight and Mode of Constitution of Compounds, 152

Uiiiversity College, 358

i niversity College, Bristol, 432

University College, London, 413

Vacuum Brakes op the Midland Railway, 153

Valve Ball, 379

Valve Gear, Mr. Bremme, 378

Valve Gear, Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 294

Valve Gear, Locomotive, Mr. G. P. Renshaw, 432

Valve, Slide, Mr. W. C. Church, 360

Valves, Slide, 320, 349

Velocipedes, Exhibition of, 374

Velocity, Mean, of Streams Flowing in Natural

Channels, 197

Ventilator, An Automatic, 139

Viaducts, Resistance of, to Sudden Gusts, 211

Vienna City Railways, 213

Visits in the Provinces :—

Messrs. Francis and Co.’s Cement Works, Cliffe,

Kent, 57

Morewood and Co., Messrs., Sheet Mills, Soho, 133

Voltaic Accumulation, 44

Wages Scale for Manufactured Iron, 87

Wagons, Iron Covered Goods, Rangoon and Sittang Valley Railway, 414, 416

Wales and Adjoining Districts, 15, 35, 52, 71, 91, 109, 129, 146, 165, 183, 201, 218, 238, 256, 277, 295, 313, 332, 351, 367, 388, 406, 424, 443, 461, 479

Washing Machine at the Complex Ore Company’s Works, Llansamlet (Parnell’s Process), 60, 67

Water, Analysis of Potable, 58

Water-closet, Pedal Action, 378

Water Lifter, Kidd’s, 477

Water Meter Question, The, 159, 211

Water Power, Use of, through the Medium of Electricity, 186

Water Power in the Punjab, 275

Water Supply of Colchester, 67

Water Supply, Constant, 161

Water Supply in India, 62

Water Supply of Small Towns, 181, 397

Water Supply of Small Towns, Hawick, 475, 476

Webb, Mr. F. W., on Railway Matters, 116

Weighing Machine, a Great, 466

Weisnegg’s Laboratory Constant Temperature Stove, 320

Weymouth Harbour Bridge, 14n, 144

Wheat, Grinding, 434

Wheels, Steel Tramcar and Wagon, Messrs. Hansell, 190

Whitehaven Wet Dock. 153

Wigzell, Mr. E. E., Steam and Hand-steering Gear, 282, 285

Winch, Steam, Messrs. Clarke, Chapman, and Gurney, 262

Wind Pressure, 139, 153, 188

Wind Velocity and Direction at the Kew Observatory, 320

Windle, Mr. John, Machine for Rolling Boiler Plate

Rings, 344

Wood from Cracking, to Prevent, 260

Wood Rendered Pliant by Steam, 316

Woodford Ironworks, Soho, 133, 134

Woods, Comparative Value of the Crushing Strength and Stiffness of Different, 186

Wreck Escape, Mr. Hodgson, 301, 303

Yachts, Durability, Construction, and Ballasting of, 302

Yachts at the Naval and Submarine Exhibition, 319

Yachts, Racing Sections of, 302

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