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The Engineer 1888/03/23

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Main Subjects

  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, p 232.
  • Development of the Marine Engine in the British Navy, (No. I), p 231.
  • Editorial, p 241.
    • The Preston Docks Scheme.
    • Invasion and Coast Defence - Charles Nugent.
    • Water for Trade Purposes By Meter - Cooke, Sons and Co Vs New River Co.
    • The Architects and Civil Engineers Registration Bill.
    • Settlement of the Railway Dispute in Ceylon.
    • Coal Line.
  • Grace Darling - Boiler of the Steam Yacht, p 237, 238 and 240. (Illustrated).
  • Letters to the Editor, p 238.
    • E. Gobert.
    • Michael Reynolds.
    • William H. Williamson.
    • John Brett.
    • W. A. S. Benson.
    • Joseph Boult.
    • Phillip J. Messment.
    • W. C. Unwin.
    • James W. Beck.
    • E. B. Ellington.
    • Clement E. Stretton.
  • Institution of Naval Architects, p 242.
    • Earl of Ravensworth.
    • American War-Ship Design.
    • Unarmoured WaterLines in War Ships - Captain Fitzgerald.
    • Captain Hubert Grefell.
  • Obituary - George Henry Corliss, p 246.
  • Six-Coupled Locomotive, p 234 and 236. (Illustrated).

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