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The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1890 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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List of Names

  • ACME Gas Engine, The, The Acme Machine Co., 285
  • “Ad Ccelum Jusseris Ibit,” Design for a Great Tower for London, 464
  • Agenoria, 1829, The, Messrs. Foster and Rastnck, 200
  • Alldays and Onions’ Pneumatic Engineering Company, Pneumatic Power Hammer, 264
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, Design for a Great Tower for London, 362
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, Details of Spring Work, 85
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, Indicator Rig, and Valve Gear, Four-coupled Locomotive, Old Colony Railway, 451
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, Pistons and Balanced Valves, 167
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, Slide Bars and Crossheads, 1
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, Design for a Great Towtr for London, 362
  • Anderson and Gallwey, Messrs., Two-hundred Ton Hydraulic Rivetting Plant, 127, 134
  • Anderson, Mr. R. W,, Lubricator, 303
  • Archbutt and Deeley, Messrs., Thermo-dynamics of the Automatic Vacuum Brake, 509
  • Armstrong, 47in. Quick-firing Gun, 173
  • BELFAST and Northern Counties Railway, Simplex Wagon Brake, 111
  • Belgian Locomotive, Foot-plate, 66.
  • Belgian State Railways, Goods Engine for, M. T. Blancquaert, Ingenieur-Directeur, Societe Marcinelle and Couillet, 72
  • Belgian State Railways, Tank Engine for Light Trains, the St. Leonard Company, 323
  • Belpaire Fire-boxes, Hot Crown Sheets in, 225
  • Berlin Electric Lighting Engines, 1000-1. H.P. (Supplement, April 18th, 1890), Societe Anon. Van den Kerchove, 298, 302
  • Blyde River Aqueduct, Transvaal, The, Mr. Edward J. Way, 256, 257
  • Bower, Mr. Anthony S., Problems in Dynamics, 98
  • Brangwin’s Carboy Tilter, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Brangwin’s Carriage Jack, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Bristol and Exeter Railway, 1853, Express Locomotive, designed by Mr. Pearson, constructed by Messrs. Rothwell and Co., 358, 373, 377
  • British Gunboats for the Zambesi and Shire Rivers, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 440
  • Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company, The, Screw-slotting Device, 131
  • Burrell and Co., Messrs., 20-horse Power Semiportable Compound Engine, 17
  • CAMPBELL, Mr. Jennings, Combining Indicator Diagrams, 98
  • Capital City Machine Works, Foot Power Hammer, 57
  • Coulson and Co., Messrs., Corrosion of Propeller Shafts, 170
  • Central Engineering Works, W. Hartlepool, New Forge, 108, 110
  • Chambers’ Partly Collapsible Lifeboat, 303
  • Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., Messrs., Compound Tandem Engine and Dynamo, 111
  • Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., Messrs., Electric Search Light Machinery, 496
  • Chevalet’s Gauge Glass Cleaner, 398
  • “City of Paris,” The Inman and International Company’s s.s., 318
  • “City of Paris” after Accident, Starboard Engine-room of the, 314, 315, 316, 336
  • “City of Paris,” Inertia Stress as Exemplified in the Engines of the. By A. G. Greenhill, 509
  • Clarke, Mr. T. C., Design for a Great Tower for London, 354, 363
  • “Climax” Light, Mr. Gilbert Robinson, 57
  • Cordingly, Mr. I., Split Pulley, 201
  • Corliss Engine, Mr. Robt. Middleton, 56
  • Currie’s Electric Meter, 484
  • DAVEY, Mr. H., Design for a Great Tower for London, 427
  • Davis and Okes, Messrs., Organ Blower, 204
  • Davis and Primrose, Messrs., Angle Iron Bevelling Machine, 457, 458
  • Dean Guide and Crosshead, The, 1
  • De Bergue and Co., Messrs., Multiple Boiler Drilling Machine, 501
  • Delamare-Deboutteville and Malandrin, MM., 100-Horse Gas Engine, Paris Exhibition, 37
  • Delancey Balanced Valve, 167
  • Dewey’s Series Electric Railway System, 398
  • Dow, Mr. J. H., New Compound Steam Turbine, 225
  • Drypool Swing Bridge, Hull, The, 6
  • Duchess of Hamilton, The Paddle Steamer, 496
  • Dunderberg Gravity Railroad, Map of the Proposed, 45
  • EDINBURGH Exhibition Buildings, The, Mr. W. Allan Carter, Mr. F. W. Simon, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351
  • Edinburgh Exhibition, The Machinery Hall, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351
  • Edinburgh Exhibition, Miscellaneous Exhibits at, 502
  • Elswick Gun Mounting, New, 284
  • FAIRFAX, Mr. J. Sinclair, Design for a Great Tower for London, 376, 383
  • Field wick and Harvey, Messrs., A New Drain Cock for Steam Engine Cylinders, 118
  • Fives-Lille Company, The, Condensing Engine, Paris Exhibition, 213, 216, 220
  • Follows and Bates, Messrs., Paint Grinding Mill, 57
  • Forth Bridge, The {Supplement, February 28th, 1890), 179
  • Fowler’s Tube and Pipe Bending Machine, 65
  • French Locomotives, Historical (Supplement, June 20th, 1890), 491
  • French Road, Forty Years of Locomohye : Building for a Great (Supplement, June20th, 1890), 491
  • GARRARD, Mr. Charles, Ball Bearings, 237
  • German Ironclad Ships, The Friedrich der Grosse and the Deutschland, 52
  • Glover and Co., Messrs. Walter, Rope-making Machine, 204
  • Graham, Mr. Robert H., a Rational Roof Truss, 392, 393
  • Graham, Mr. Robert H., Time Tests, lO5
  • Grazi-Tsaritsin Railway, Compound Locomotives, 87, 88
  • Great Western Railway, Broad Gauge Locomotive, Mr. Daniel Gooch, Edinburgh Exhibition (Supplement, June 13th, 1890), 484
  • Gruson’s Jointed Pivot Mounting, 24
  • Gruson’s Quick-fire Guns, 23
  • HALIFAX Graving Dock, Nova Scotia, 172, 177
  • Hall, Mr. T. M., Water Cycle, 140
  • Halsbrucke, Tall Chimney at, 303
  • Harrison, Henry, Compound Locomotive Cylinders, 454
  • Harrison Manufacturing Company, lhe, Self- sustaining Hoist, Edinburgh Exhibition, 503
  • Hartz Tube Welding Machine, The, 434
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Automatic, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic Sewage Pumps, 130, 131
  • Heim’s Helios Fire-grate, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • H.M. Armoured Cruiser “Latona,” the Naval Construction and Armaments Company, 419
  • H.M. First-class Armoured Cruiser “Imperieuse,” 8400 tons (Supplement, January 31st, 1890)
  • H.M.’s First-class Armoured Cruiser “Imperieuse,” Original Rig, 90
  • H.M.’s First-class Battleship “Trafalgar/’ 12,500 tons (Supplement, April 25th, 1890), 165
  • H.M.S. “Sultan” in Dry Dock, Malta, 7, 10 H.M.S. “Victoria,” The 110A Guns for, 251
  • Hopkinson, Mr. J., Magnetism (Figs.), 205
  • Hudson, Mr. John G., Heating and Concentrating Liquids Company by Steam, Apparatus Used, 413, 452
  • Hughes and Lancaster, Messrs., Compressed Air Tramcar, 235
  • Huston, Mr. Chas. L , Strains of Shearing on Steel Boiler Plates, 194
  • ITALIAN Mediterranean Railway, New Express Engine for, 280
  • Italian Mediterranean Railway, Six-Coupled Engine fortlie, Commendatore Frescot, 150, 151
  • JACOBS and Co., Messrs. E., Recessing Machine, Exhibition at Agricultural Hall, 246
  • James, Mr. S. H., A Continuous Sounding Machine, 317
  • Jeffrey and Co., Messrs. Archibald, Patent Automatic Steam Stop Valve, 476
  • KENNEDY and Son, Messrs., Registered Empress Turbine, Edinburgh Exhibition, 502, 503
  • Kennington Underground Range, 4 th V.B. Queen’s Royal W. Surrey Regiment, 311
  • Kernot, Mr. W. C., Form of Diagonals on the largest Railway Viaduct in Australia, 255
  • LAIRD Guide and Crosshead, The, 1
  • Lancashire Boilers, Evaporation of (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4), 128, 129
  • Lee-Mitford Rifle, The, 273
  • Linde British Refrigerator Company’s Works, Shadwell (Supplement, May 15th, 1890), 395, 399, 437
  • Litter and Co., Messrs. R. A., Grinding Mill, Royal Agricultural Society’s Trials, 523
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1200ft.), Designed by Messrs. Stewart, McLaren, and Dunn, 512
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1250ft.), “Ad Ccelum Jusseris Ibit,” 464
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1250ft.), Mr. H. Davey, 427
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1290ft.), Mr. J. Sinclair Fairfax, 376, 383
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1300ft.), Mr. W. Hugh Woodcock, 363
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1320ft.), Mr. T. C. Clarke, 354, 363
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1400ft.), Professor Robert H. Smith and Mr. Wm. Henman, 493
  • London, Design for a Great Tower for (Height 1550ft.), Mr. Max Am Ende, 362.
  • MANCHESTER Ship Canal, Latchford Locks and Runcorn Sections, 91, 94
  • Manchester Ship Canal, The Norton Sluices, 380
  • Marshall’s Sprinkler, 49
  • Marsh’s Method of Testing Copper for Arsenic, 44
  • Mauldin, Mr. J., Double-barrelled Winch, 77
  • Meldrum’s Forced Draught Attachment, 515
  • Merryweather and Sons, Messrs., Steam and Manual Fire Engine, 398
  • Montmartre, TheThree-storey Reservoirsof, 48, 49
  • Mumford, Mr. A. G., Steam Ballast Pump, 147
  • NALDER and Nalder, Messrs. Malt Screening Machine, 436
  • Nasmyth, Mr. Jas., his Mechanical Inventions and Facsimile from his Scheme-book, 406,407,426
  • Nelson, Mr. Severin, Combining Indicator Dia- grams, 99
  • New Conveyor Company, The, Automatic Drying Machine, 217
  • New Conveyor Company, The, Fifty-four Inch Conveyor, 497
  • Newark Dyke Bridge, Great Northern Railway, Reconstruction of, Mr. Richard Johnson, 154, 192, 193, 238, 243
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne, Explosion of Boiler at, 239
  • “Nile” and “ Trafalgar,” 165
  • Noble’s Vertical Engine, Edinburgh Exhibition,502
  • North-Eastern Railway Compound Express Locomotive, Mr. T. W. Worsdell (Supplements February 28th, March 7th, 1890), 185, 188, 224
  • OGNARD, M., Portable Slow Combustion Stove, Paris Exhibition, 36
  • “Orel,” Triple-expansion Engines of the s.s., Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn (Supplement May 30th, 1890)
  • PATTON, Mr. W. II., Cross Cut-off Valve Gear, 284
  • Pennsylvania Standard, The, 1
  • Peters, Bartsch, and Co., Combination Copper and Asbestos Steam Joint Washers, 323
  • Phillips and Evans’ Controlling Apparatus for Bessemer Convertors, 465
  • Platt’s Bolt and Rivet Forging Machine, 385
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, Brenton Station, 444
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, Shillamill Viaduct, Messrs. W. R. Galbraith and R. F. Church, and Mr. J. W. Szlumper, 196
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, The Tavistock and Shillamill Viaducts, 196, 456
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, Tavistock Station, 476
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, The Tavy Bridge, 445
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, The Tavy Viaduct, 480
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, The Weston Mill Lake Bridge, 480
  • Powell, Mr. Thomas, 300-H.P. Triple Expansion Engine, Paris Exhibition, 29, 32
  • QUINCY, Mr. W. P., Combining Indicator Diagrams, 78
  • REID, Mr. W., Reducing Valve, 36
  • Rennoldson, Mr. T. P., Combining Indicator Diagram, 112
  • Royal Saxon State Railway, Compound Locomotive, Herr Lindner, 418
  • Rey, Mr. Henri, The Balham Safety Bicycle, 151 Richardson’s Balanced Valve, 167
  • Rickinson, Mr., Improved Door Lock Knob, 514
  • Rio Tinto Company, Steam Dredger for the, Messrs. Priestman Brothers, 497
  • Robertson and Co., Messrs. A. W., Spring Firedoor, 486
  • SAGAR’S Log Band Sawing Machine, 147
  • Scothern Flour Mills, Explosion of Steam Boilers at, 239
  • Scott and Co., Messrs., Combined Engine and Dynamo, 276
  • Shaw’s Power Transmitter, 322
  • Signal Cyclometer Company, The, Cyclometer, 140
  • Smith, Mr. T., Locomotive Steam Crane, 384
  • Smith and Henman, Professor R. H., and Mr. Wm., Design for a Great Tower for London, 493
  • South-Eastern Railway, Express Locomotive, Mr. Jas. Stirling, Paris Exhibition, 3 (Supplement, January 3rd, 1890)
  • Souleuvre, Viaduct over the, Vire, St. Lo, and Caen Railway, 68, 69, 70
  • Springfield Manufacturing Company, Emery Wheel Surface Planer, 36
  • Stalker, Mr. J. Jos., Combining Indicator Diagrams, 78
  • Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, The 107,108,138, 139
  • S.S. “Charleston,” Compound Engines, 152
  • S.S. “Hercules,” 1829, Arrangement of Compound Engines and Boilers, 402
  • S.S. “Hercules,” 1829, Gear between High and Low-pressure Engines, 355
  • S.S. “Hercules,” 1830, Compound Engines, 232, 233, 294, 295, 296, 355
  • S.S. “Hercules,” Low-pressure Cylinder, Gear and Air Pump of, 401
  • S.S. “Teutonic” and “Majestic,” Electric Light and Pumping Engines, Messrs. Tangyes, 477
  • S.S. “James Watt” or “Stad Keulen,” 1829, Compound Engines of the, 524, 525
  • Stevenson and Co., Messrs., Hydraulic Pump for Gunpowder Plant, 147
  • Stewart, McLaren, and Dunn, Messrs., Design for a Great Tower for London, 512
  • Stourbridge Lion, The, Messrs. Foster and Ras- trick, 200
  • Swinerton, Mr. C. E.,Polygonal Driving Wheels,277
  • “TARTAR,” Boilers of the s.s., Messrs. Richardson and Sons, 420
  • Thackeray and Hum, Messrs., Engine-room Telegraph, 45
  • Thwaite Continuous Recuperative Gas Furnace,277
  • Thwaite Heliograpbic Print Developing Bath, 399
  • Titan Crane, All-round, Warrnamboul Harbour Works, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 460
  • Torrington Bridge, Naugatuck Division, New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, the Berlin Bridge Company, 276
  • Trotter, Mr. A. P., a Parallel Motion, 148
  • Tully’s Combination Boiler Tool, 453
  • Turkish Government, Torpedo Boats for the, the Germania Company, 25, 26
  • Turkish Government, Torpedo Boat Engines for the, 28
  • Tyler, Mr. A. H., Hydraulic Machine Tools, 275
  • U.S. ARMOUR Cruiser “Maine,” Boilers of the, Messrs. N. F. Palmer, jun.,and Co., 332
  • U.S. Armour Cruiser “ Maine,” Triple Expansion Engines of the, Messrs. N. F. Palmer and Co., 340, 341
  • “VAUBAN,” Triple Expansion Engines of the ss Messrs. Blackwood and Gordon, 422, 473
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, the Weaver Navigation Crossing, 414,415
  • Vvrnwy Dam, Culvert at Northern End, 5l4
  • Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, The, Mr. Thos. Hawksley and Mr. G. F. Deacon, 514, 518
  • WALLAS Indicating Gradient Block, The, 118
  • Waller-Manville System of Electric Traction, The 384
  • Wallis and Steevens, Messrs., Combined Traction Engine and Road Roller, 515
  • War Department Submarine Mining Steamer, Messrs. Cox and Co., 259, 260
  • Waterford and Limerick Railway, Passenger Locomotive, Mr. John G. Robinson (Supplement, February 14th, 1890)
  • Waygood, Messrs., Lift Gear, 436
  • Weaver, Steel Pipes under the, Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 414
  • West Highland Railway, Scotland, Map Showing the, 169
  • Westinghouse Buffer, The, 213, 214
  • Weymersch Electric Battery, The, Exhibition at Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Wheelock Engine, Machine Hall, Pans Exhibition, A. de Quillacq, 114, 118, 189
  • Wheelock Engine, with Guard Pumps for Eiffel Tower Lifts, A, de Quillacq, 189
  • Whiteley s Fire Protection Installation, Steam Pumps, Messrs. J. Richmond and Co., 333
  • WivenhoeDry Dock, Mr. R. M. Parkinson, 158
  • Wood, Mr. W., Automatic Back Pressure Relief Valve, 436
  • Woodcock, Mr. Hugh, Design for a Great Tower for London, 363

Subject Matter.

  • ANGLE Iron Bevelling Machine, Messrs. Davis and Primrose, 457, 458
  • Aqueduct, The Blyde River, Transvaal, Mr. Edw. J. Way, 256, 257
  • Aqueduct, The Vyrnwy, the Weaver Navigation Crossing, 414, 415
  • Armoured Cruiser Imperieuse, H.M. First-class, 8400 Tons (Supplement, January 31st, 1890)
  • Armoured Cruiser Latona, H.M., The Naval Construction and Armaments Company, 419
  • Automatic Drying Machine, the New Conveyor Company, 217
  • BALANCED Valve, Delancey, 167
  • Balanced Valve, Richardson’s, 167
  • Ball Bearings, Mr. Charles Garrard, 237
  • Battle-ship “Trafalgar,” H.M. First-class (Supplement, April 25th, 1890)
  • Bevelling Machine, Angle Iron, Messrs. Davis and Primrose, 457, 458
  • Bicycle, The Balham Safety, Mr. Henri Rey, 151
  • Block, Indicating Gradient, The Wallas,' 118
  • Boiler Drill, Improved Multiple, Messrs. De Bergue and Co., 501
  • Boiler Explosion at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 239
  • Boiler Explosion at Scothern Flour Mills, 239
  • Boiler Tool, Tully’s Combination, 453
  • Boilers of the s.s. “Tartar,” Messrs. Richardson and Sons, 420
  • Boilers of the U.S. Armour Cruiser “ Maine,” Messrs. N. F. Palmer, jun., and Co., 332
  • Bolt and Rivet Forging Machine, Platt’s, 385
  • Bridge, The Drypool Swing, Hull, 6
  • Bridge, The Forth (Supplement, February 23th, 1890), 179
  • Bridge, The Newark, Reconstruction of, Great Northern Railway, Mr. Richard Johnson, 154, 192, 193, 238, 243
  • Bridge, The Tavy, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 445
  • Bridge, Torrington, Naugatuck Division, New York, New Haven and Hartford Railway, the Berlin Bridge Company, 276
  • Bridge, The Weston Mill Lake, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 480
  • Buffer, The Westinghouse, 213, 214
  • CARBOY Tilter, Brangwin’s, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Carriage Jack, Brangwin’s, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Combining Indicator Diagrams, Mr. Jennings Campbell, 98
  • Combining Indicator Diagrams, Mr. Severn. Nelson, 99
  • Combining Indicator Diagrams, Mr. W. P. Quincy, 78
  • Combining Indicator Diagrams, Mr. T. P. Ren- noldson, 112
  • Combining Indicator Diagrams, Mr. J. Jos. Stalker, 78
  • Controlling Apparatus for Bessemer Converters, Messrs. Phillips and Evans, 465
  • Conveyor, Fifty-four Inch, the New Conveyor Company, 497
  • Copper for Arsenic, Marsh’s Method of Testing, 44
  • Copper, How to Analyse, 44, 63
  • Corrosion of Propeller Shafts, Messrs. Carlson and Co., 170
  • Cycle, Water, Mr. T. M. Hall, 140
  • Cycles, The Stanley Exhibition of, 107,108,138 139
  • Cyclometer, The Signal Cyclometer Company’ 140
  • Crane All-round Titan, Warrnamboul Harbour Works, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 460
  • Crane, Locomotive Steam, Mr. T. Smith, 384
  • DAM, Vyrnwy Masonry, Mr. Thomas Hawksley and Mr. G. F. Deacon, 514, 518
  • Designs for a Great Tower for London (see also “Tower for London”), 354, 362. 363 376 3R3 427, 464, 493, 512
  • Diagonals, Form of, in the largest Railway Viaduct in Australia, Mr. W. C. Kernot, 255
  • Dock, The Wivenhoe Dry, Mr. B. M. Parkinson, 158
  • Dock, Halifax Graving, Nova Scotia, 172, 177
  • Door Lock Knob, Improved, Mr. Rickinson, 514
  • Drain Cock for Steam Engine Cylinders, Messrs. Field wick and Harvey, 118
  • Driving Wheels, Polygonal, Mr. C. E. Scott, 277
  • Drying Machines, Automatic, the New Conveyor Company, 217
  • ELECTRIC Battery, The Weymersch, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Electric Lighting Engines, Berlin, SocidU Anonyme Van den Kerchove (Supplement, April 18th, 1890), 298, 302
  • Electric Meter, Currie’s, 484
  • Electric Search Light, Messrs. Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., 496
  • Electric Traction, The Waller-Manville System of, 384
  • Emery Wheel Surface Planer, the Springfield Manufacturing Company, 36
  • Engine, The Acme Gas, the Acme Machine Company, 285
  • Engine, Corliss, Mr. Robt., Middleton, 56
  • Engine and Dynamo, Combined, Messrs. Scott and Co., 276
  • Engine and Dynamo, Compound Tandem, Messrs. Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., 111
  • Engine, Express, Italian Mediterranean Railway, 280
  • Engine, The Fives-Lille Condensing, Paris Exhibition, 213, 216, 220
  • Engine, Gas, 100-horsc, MM. Delamare-Deboutte- ville and Malandrin, Paris Exhibition, 37
  • Engine, Goods, Belgian State Railways, M. T. Blancquaert, Ingenieur - Directeur, Societe Marcinelle et Couillet, 72
  • Engine, with Guard Pumps, Wheelock, for Eiffel Tower Lifts, A. de Quillacq, 189
  • Engine, 20-Horse Power Semi-portable Compound, Messrs. Burrell and Co., 17
  • Engine, 300-Horse Power Triple Expansion, Mr. Thomas Powell, Paris Exhibition, 29, 32
  • Engine, Noble’s Vertical, Edinburgh Exhibition, 502
  • Engine-Room Telegraph, Messrs. Thackeray and Hurn, 45
  • Engine, Six-Coupled, for the Italian Mediterranean Railway, Commendatore Frescot, 150, 151
  • Engine, Steam and Manual Fire, Messrs. Merryweather and Sons, 398
  • Engine, Tank, for Light Trains, Belgian State Railways, the St. Leonard Company, 323
  • Engine, Wheelock, Machine Hall, Paris Exhibition, A. de Quillacq, 114,118
  • Engines and Boilers of s.s. “Hercules,” 1829, Arrangement of, 401, 402
  • Engines, Compound, s.s. “Charleston,” 152
  • Engines, Compound, s.s. “Hercules” (1830), 232, 233, 294, 295, 296, 355
  • Engines, Compound, of the s.s. “James Watt” or “ Stad Keulen” (1829), 524, 525
  • Engines, Compound Marine, Sixty Years Ago, 294
  • Engines, Electric Light and Pumping, s.s. “Teutonic” and “Majestic,” Messrs. Tangyes, 477
  • Engines, Revolving Cylinder, 329
  • Engines, Torpedo Boat, for the Turkish Government, 28
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, of the s.s. “Orel,” Messrs. R. and W, Hawthorn (Supplement, May 30th, 1890)
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, of the s.s. “Vauban,” Messrs. Blackwood and Gordon, 422, 473
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, U.S. Armour Cruiser “Maine,” Messrs. N. F. Palmer and Co., 340,341
  • Evaporation of Lancashire Boilers (Figs. 1, 2, 3, and 4), 128, 129
  • FIRE-BOXES, Hot Crown Sheets in Belpaire, 225
  • Fire-door, Spring, Messrs. A. W. Robertson and Co., 486
  • Fire-grate, Heim’s Helios, Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, 264
  • Fire Protection Installation at Whiteley’s, Steam Pumps, Messrs. J. Richmond and Co., 333
  • Foot-plate, Belgian Locomotive, 66
  • Foot-power Hammer, Capital City Machine Works, 57
  • Forced Draught Attachment, Meldrum’s, 515
  • Forge, Central Engineering Works, W. Hartlepool, 108, 110
  • Furnace, The Thwaite Recuperative Gas, 277
  • GRINDING Mill, Messrs. R. A. Lister and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show Trials, 523
  • Guide and Crosshead, The Dean, 1
  • Guide and Crosshead, The Laird, 1
  • Guide, The Two-bar, or Pennsylvania Standard, 1
  • Gun, Armstrong 47in. Quick-firing, 173
  • Gun Mounting, New Elswick, 284
  • Gunboats, British, for the Zambesi and Shir£ Rivers, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 440
  • Gunnery Questions, How they are Settled by Calculation (Figs.), 211
  • Guns, Gruson’s Quick Fire, 23
  • Guns, The 110.5, for H.M.S. “ Victoria,” 251
  • Gas Engine, 100-Horse, MM. Delamare-Deboutte- ville and Malandrin, Paris Exhibition, 37
  • Gauge Glass Cleaner, Ch evalet’s, 398
  • Gear between High and Low-pressure Engines, s.s. “Hercules,” 1829, 355
  • HEATING and Concentrating Liquids by Steam, Apparatus Used, Mr. John G. Hudson, 413, 452
  • Heliographic Print Developing Bath, Thwaite, 399
  • H.M. First-class Armoured Cruiser “Imperieuse,” 8400 Tons (Supplement, January 31st, 1890)
  • H.M. First-class Armoured Cruiser “Imperieuse,” Original Rig, 90
  • H.M.S. “Sultan ” in Dry Dock, Malta, 7, 10
  • H.M.S. “Trafalgar,” 165
  • Hoist, Self-sustaining, the Harrison Manufacturing Company, Edinburgh Exhibition, 503
  • Hydraulic Machine Tools, Mr. A. H. Tyler, 275
  • INDICATING Gradient Block, The Wallas, 118
  • Inertia Stress as Exemplified in the Engines of the “City of Paris.” By A. G. Greenhill, 509
  • Ironclad Ships, German, the Friedrich der Grosse and the Deutschland, 52
  • LIFEBOAT, Chambers’ Partly Collapsible, 303
  • Lift Gear, Messrs. Way good, 436
  • Locomotive, Broad Gauge, Great Western Railway, Mr. Dan. Gooch, Edinburgh Exhibition (Supplement, June 13th, 1890), 484
  • Locomotive Building, Forty Years of, for a Great French Road (Supplement, June 20th, 1890), 491
  • Locomotive, Compound, Royal Saxon State Railway, Herr Lindner, 418
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. T. W. Worsdell (Supplements, February 28th, March 7th, 1890), 185, 188, 224
  • Locomotive Cylinders, Compound, H. Harrison,454
  • Locomotive, Express, Bristol and Exeter Railway, 1853, Mr. Pearson and Messrs. Rothwell and Co., 358, 373, 377
  • Locomotive, Express, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. Jas. Stirling, Paris Exhibition (Supplement, January 3rd, 1890), 3
  • Locomotive, Links in the History of the, the Agenoria and Stourbridge Lion, Messrs. Foster and Rastrick, 200
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Waterford and Limerick Railway, 1890, Mr. John G. Robinson (Supplement, February 14th, 1890)
  • Locomotive Practice in America, Details of Spring Work, 85
  • Locomotive Practice in America, Indicator Rig and Valve Gear, Four-coupled Locomotive, Old Colony Railway, 451
  • Locomotive Practice in America, Pistons and Balanced Valves, 167
  • Locomotive Practice in America, Slide Bars and Crossheads, 1
  • Locomotives, Compound, Grazi-Tsaritsin Railway, 87, 88
  • Locomotives, Historical French (Supplement, June 20th, 1890), 491
  • Log Band Sawing Machine, Sagar’s, 147
  • Low-Pressure Cylinder, Gear and Air Pump of s.s. ‘‘Hercules” 1829, 401
  • Lubricator, Mr. R. W. Anderson, 303
  • MACHINERY Hall, Edinburgh Exhibition, Mr. W. Allan Carter and Mr. F. W. Simon, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351
  • Magnetism (Figs.), Mr. J. Hopkinson, 205
  • Malt Screening Machine, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 436
  • Map Showing the West Highland Railway, Scotland, 169
  • Mechanical Inventions and Facsimile of Scheme Book of Mr. James Nasmyth, 406, 407, 426
  • Metallic Packing for Piston Rods, American, 168
  • Miscellaneous Exhibits at the Edinburgh International Exhibition, 502
  • Mounting, Gruson’s Jointed Pivot, 24
  • ORGAN Blower, Messrs. Davis and Okes, 204
  • PADDLE Steamer “Duchess Hamilton,” The, 496
  • Paint Grinding Mill, Messrs. Follows and Bates, 57
  • Parallel Motion, A, Mr. A. P. Trotter, 148
  • Pipe-bending Machine, Fowler’s Tube and, 65
  • Pistons, American, 167
  • Pneumatic Power Hammer, the Alldays and Onions Pneumatic Engineering Company, 264
  • Power Transmitter, Shaw’s, 322
  • Problems in Dynamics, Mr. Anthony S. Bovver, 98
  • Pulley, Split, Mr. I. Cordingley, 201
  • Pump for Gunpowder Plant, Hydraulic, Messrs. Stevenson and Co., 147
  • Pump, Steam Ballast, Mr. A, G. Mumford. 147
  • RAILROAD, The Dunderberg Gravity, Map of, 45
  • Range, Underground, Kennington, 311
  • Reaction of Air on Planes, Mr. I. Lancaster (Diagrams), 202
  • Reaction of Jets, Sketches to Letters on the, 218, 236, 255, 278
  • Recessing Machine, Messrs. E. Jacobs and Co., 246
  • Reducing Valve, Mr, W. Reid, 36
  • Refrigeration Company’s Works, The Linde British, Shadwell (Siipplement, May 10th, 1890), 395, 437
  • Reservoirs of Montmartre, The Three-storey, 48,49
  • Revolving Cylinder Engines, Valve Gear, 329
  • Rifle, The New Magazine, 273
  • Rivetting Plant, 200-Ton Hydraulic, Messrs. Anderson and Gallwey, 127, 134
  • Robinson, Mr. Gilbert, the Climax Light, 57
  • Roof Truss, A Rational, Mr. Robert H. Graham, 392, 393
  • Rope-making Machine, Messrs. W. G1 over & Co., 204
  • SCREW Slotting Device, the Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company, 131
  • Series Electric Railway System, Dewey’s, 398
  • Sewage Pumps, Automatic, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 130,131
  • Ship Canal, Manchester, Latchford Locks and Runcorn Sections, 91, 94
  • Ship Canal, Manchester, the Norton Sluices, 380
  • Sluice, Preventing the Destruction of a, 131
  • Sounding Machine, A Continuous, Mr. S. II. James, 317
  • Sprinkler, Marshall’s, 49
  • Steam Dredger for the Rio Tinto Company, Messrs, Priestman Brothers, 497
  • Starboard Engine-room of the “City of Paris” after Accident, 314, 315, 316, 336
  • Station, Brentor, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 444
  • Station, Tavistock, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 476
  • S.S. “City of Paris,” The, 318
  • Steel Boiler-plates, Strains of Shearing on, Mr. Charles L. Huston, 194
  • Steel Pipes under the Weaver, Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 414
  • Stop Valve, Patent Automatic Steam, Messrs. A. Jeffrey and Co., 476
  • Stove, Portable Slow Combustion, M. Ognard, Paris Exhibition, 36
  • Submarine Mining Steamer, War Department, Messrs. Cox and Co., 259, 260
  • TALL Chimney at Halsbrucke, 303
  • Thermo-dynamics of the Automatic Vacuum Brake, Messrs. Archbutt and Deeley, 509
  • Time Tests, Mr. Robert H. Graham, 105
  • Torpedo Boats for the Turkish Government, the Germania Company, 25, 26
  • Tower for London (Height 1200ft.), Design for a Great, designed by Messrs. Stewart, McLaren, and Dunn, 512
  • Tower for London (Height 1250ft.), Design for a Great, “Ad Coelum Jusseris Ibit,” 464
  • Tower for London (Height 1250ft.), Design for a Great, Mr. H. Davey, 427
  • Tower for London (Height 1290ft.), Design for a Great, Mr. J. Sinclair Fairfax, 376, 383
  • Tower for London (Height 1300ft.), Design for a Great, Mr. W. Hugh Woodcock, 363
  • Tower for London (Height 1320ft.), Design for a Great, Mr. T. C. Clarke, 354, 363
  • Tower for London (Height 1400ft.), Design for a Great, Professor Robert H. Smith and Mr. Wm. Henman, 493
  • Tower for London (Height 1550ft.), Design for a Great, Mr. Max amEnde, 362
  • Traction Engine and Road Roller, Combined, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, 515
  • Tramcar, Compressed Air, Messrs. Hughes and Lancaster, 235
  • Tube and Pipe-bending Machine, Fowler’s, 65
  • Tube Welding Machine, The Hartz, 434
  • Turbine, Messrs. Kennedy and Son’s Registered Empress, Edinburgh Exhibition, 502, 503
  • Turbine, New Compound Steam, Mr. J. H. Dow, 225
  • UNDERGROUND Range, 4th V.B. Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, Kennington, 311
  • VALVE, Automatic Back-pressure Relief, Mr. W. Wood, 436
  • Valve, Balanced, Delancey’s, 167
  • Valve, Balanced, Richardson’s, 167
  • Valve Gear, Revolving Cylinder Engines, No. IL, 329
  • Valve Gear, Cross Cut-off, Mr. W. H. Patton, 284
  • Valve Gear, Revolving Cylinder Engines, 329
  • Valve, Reducing, Mr. W. Reid, 36
  • Viaduct, The Shillamill, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, Messrs. W. R. Galbraith and R. F. Church and Mr. J. W. Szlumper, 196
  • Viaduct over the Souleuvre, Vire, St. Lo, and Caen Railway, 68, 69, 70
  • Viaduct, The Tavy, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 444, 480
  • Viaducts, The Tavistock and Shillamill, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 196, 456
  • WAGON Brake, Simplex, Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, 111
  • Washers, Combination Copper and Asbestos Steam Joint, Messrs. Peters, BartschandCo., 323
  • Winch, Double Barrelled, Mr. J. Mauldin, 77

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