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

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  • 1890, 11
  • ABSTRACTS of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 4, 26, 45, 65, 106,168, 286, 292, 339, 399, 421, 438, 493
  • Accident on Board a French Man-of-War, 384
  • Accident on Board H.M.S. “ Barracouta, ” 214, 244, 265, 312, 313
  • Accident to a Traction Engine, Singular, 385
  • Acme Gas Engine, the Acme Machine Company, 285
  • Adams, Mr. Henry, his Inaugural Address as President of the Society of Engineers, 120
  • Adamson, Mr. Daniel, 56
  • “Ad Coelum Jusseris I bit,” Design for a Great Tower for London (Height, 1250ft.), 464
  • Adenbrooke, Mr. G. L., Electrical Engineering in America, 30, 67, 99
  • Admiralty Coefficients Formulae, Robert Mansel, On the True Form of the, 433
  • Aerated Bread Machinery ? 115
  • Agenoria, 1829, The, 200
  • Agra Waterworks, The, 475
  • Agricultural Society, Royal, at Plymouth— see Royal Agricultural Society
  • Air Blast for Marine Boilers, 317, 335
  • Alldays and Onions Pneumatic Engineering Company, Pneumatic-power Hammer, 264
  • Allen, Mr. Horatio, 79
  • Aluminium in Carburetted Iron, Mr. W. J. Keep, 401
  • Aluminium, The Uses of, 455
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, Design for a Great Tower for London (Height, 1550ft.), 362
  • America, Electrical Engineering in, Mr. G. L. Adenbrooke on, 30, 67, 99
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, 1, 85, 167, 451
  • America, Locomotive Practice in, Details of Spring Work, 85
  • American Electrical Engineering, G. L. Adenbrooke, 30, 67, 99
  • American v. English Locomotives, 34, 176
  • American Engineering News, 38, 58, 100, 140, 180, 269, 304, 366, 408
  • American and Foreign Patents, A New Decision by the Supreme Court Relating to, 339
  • American Locomotive Details, The Design of, 217
  • American Locomotive, Specifications for, 296
  • American Locomotives and the Edinburgh International Exhibition, 152
  • American Notes, 20, 61, 83, 103, 123, 143, 163, 208, 229, 249, 289, 307, 344, 369, 391, 411, 449, 468, 488, 506, 528
  • American Pistons and Balanced Valves, 167
  • American Tin Mill, The First, 515
  • Analyse Copper, How to, 44, 63
  • Anchor Stake, How to Drive an, 132
  • Anderson, Mr. J. FI., on the “ Development of the Permanent Way of Railways,” 30
  • Anderson, Mr. R. W., Lubricator, 303
  • Anderson’s Lubricator, 303
  • Anderson and Gallwey, Messrs., Two Hundred- Ton Hydraulic Rivetting Plant, 127, 134
  • Andrews, Mr. Thos., Plasticity of Ice, 504
  • Anemometers in Damages by Gale of Wind, 255
  • Angle Iron Bevelling Machine, Messrs. Davis and Primrose, 457, 458
  • Aqueduct, Blyde River, Transvaal, Mr. E. J. Way, 256, 257, 259
  • Aqueduct, Thirlmere, 492
  • Aqueduct, The Vyrnwy, 414, 415
  • Archbutt and Deeley, Messrs., Thermo-dynamics of the Automatic Vacuum Brake, 509
  • Armstrong 47in. Quick firing Gun, 173
  • Arnall, Mr. T., Joints used for Various Kinds of Work, and Testing of the Pipes at the Works of the Manufacturer and after they are laid in the Trenches, 335
  • Arrowroot and Cassava Machinery ? 11
  • Arsenic, Marsh’s Method of Testing Copper for, 44
  • Artillery Features of New Vessels, The, 53, 77
  • Asbestos Machinery ? 197
  • Association, British—see British Association
  • Association of Colliery Managers, The National, S. W. Branch, 463
  • ASSOCIATION, EAST OF SCOTLAND ENGINEERING :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 330
  • - “Development of the Permanent Way of Railways,” Mr. J. H. Anderson, 30
  • - Formation and Maintenance of Roads and Streets, Mr. Alex. Stuart, 70
  • - Strength of Materials, Mr. Wm. Simpkins, 146
  • - Visit to the Edinburgh and Leith Corporation’s Gasworks, 384
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. John West, Gas v. Electricity, 44
  • - Evaporation of Lancashire Boilers, Mr. M. Longridge, 128
  • - Feed Water, its Effect on Boilers and its Treatment, Mr. E. G. Constantine, 323
  • - Thirty-fourth Anniversary, Dinner of, 129
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LEEDS, 226
  • - Annual General Meeting, 317
  • - Journals, Footsteps, and Thrust Bearings of Shafting, Mr. J. F. Elsworth, 226
  • - Ordinary General Meeting, 368
  • - Springs, Dr. W. Stroud, 297
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, THE LONDON
  • - Monthly Meeting of, 113
  • - Objects and Methods of Steam Engine Trials, Professor W. C. Unwin, 246
  • ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND SANITARY ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS :—
  • - Programme of the Annual Meeting, 501
  • Atlantic Liner, New, 296
  • Atlantic Racing, 115
  • Atlantic Record Breaking, 514
  • Atmospheric Dust, 82
  • Austen, Mr. Robert, Repetition of Hempel’s Experiment of Carburising Iron, 382
  • Australia, Steam to, 300
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 38, 160, 342, 366, 408, 428, 504
  • Automatic Drying Machine, 217
  • Automatic Steam Stop Valve, 476
  • Auxiliary Machinery of the s.s. “Teutonic” and “Majestic,” 477
  • BALANCED Valve, Delancey’s, 167
  • Balanced Valve, Richardson’s, 167
  • Balham, Safety Bicycle, Mr. Henri Rey, 151
  • Ball Bearings? 221, 237
  • Ball, Mr. E. J., Experiments upon Changes in Magnetic Capacity and Tensile Strength of Steel, 382
  • Band Sawing Machine, Log, 147
  • Banister, Mr. E. P., on “Electric Lighting,” 215
  • Bannister, Mr. M. C., Mechanical Refrigeration and the Manufacture of Ice, 67, 151
  • Barker, Mr. John H., on “Locomotive Repairing,” 137, 159
  • “Barracoota,” Accident on Board H.M.S., 137, 214, 244, 265, 312, 313, 319, 335, 387
  • “Barracoota” Inquiry, The, 319
  • Barry Dock Works and Machinery, including the Hydraulic Machinery and the Mode of Tipping Coal, Mr. John G. Robinson, 304
  • Bars at the Months of Tidal Estuaries, Mr. Wm. Henry Wheeler, 120
  • Basic Steel, The Progress of, 137
  • Bath and West and Southern Counties Society’s Show at Rochester, 449
  • Bearings, Ball, Mr. Chas. Garrard, 221, 237
  • Bearings, White Metal, 499
  • Belfast and North Counties Railway Simplex Wagon Brake, 111
  • Belgian Locomotive Foot-plate, 66
  • Belgian Locomotive, Six-coupled, 66, 72
  • Belgian State Railways, Tank Engine for Light Trains, The St. Leonard Company, 323
  • Belpaire Fire-boxes, Hot Crown Sheets in, 225
  • Bergstrom’s and Boyd’s Papers, Discnssion on Messrs., 398
  • Berlin Electric Lighting Engines, 1000 I.H.P., (Supplement, April 11th, 1890), 298, 302
  • Berthon Boat Voyage to Liverpool, A, 486
  • Bethlehem Ironworks, 54
  • Bevelling Machine, Angle Iron, Messrs. Davis and Primrose, 457, 458
  • Bicycle, The Balham Safety, 151
  • Bicycles, The Stanley Show, at the Crystal Palace, 82, 107, 108, 132, 138, 139, 140
  • Birmingham Compressed Air Company’s Works, The, 64
  • Blaekfriars Bridge, L., C., and D. Co., Mr. G. E. W. Cruttwell, 237
  • Blackwall Tunnel, The, 261
  • Blackwood and Gordon, Messrs., Engines of the s.s. “ Vauban,” 422, 425, 473
  • Blancquaert, M. T., Goods Engine for Belgian State Railways, Soci6t6 Marcinelle and Couillet 72
  • Block, The Wallas Indicating Gradient, 118
  • Blowing Church Organs, 204
  • Blyde River Aqueduct, Transvaal, Mr. Edward J. Way, 256, 257, 259
  • Boiler, Distribution of Evaporation in a Marine, 272
  • Boiler Drill, Multiple, 501
  • Boiler Efficiency, 152, 203
  • Boiler Explosions, Two, 236, 239
  • Boiler and Pipe Arrangement of the Engines of the s.s. “ Hercules” (Supplement) March 21sZ, 1890)
  • Boiler Tool, Tully’s Combination, 453
  • Boilers, Air Blast for Marine, 317, 335
  • Boilers, Evaporation of Lancashire (Figs, 1, 2, 3, 4), 128, 129
  • Boilers, Marine, Supplying with Fresh Water, 516
  • Boilers of the s.s. Tartar, 420
  • Boilers of the U.S. Armoured Cruiser Maine, Messrs. N. F. Palmer, jun., and Co., 332, 340,341
  • Bolt and Rivet Forging Machine, Platt’s, 385
  • Books on Brick-making and on Lime Works ? 337
  • Books on Iron and Steel Bridges? 53
  • Books Received, 55, 76, 97, 199, 223, 243, 263, 283, 339, 405, 463, 483, 521
  • Bower, Mr. Anthony S., Problems in Dynamics, 98
  • Brake Friction, 334
  • Brake Question in India, The, 31, 54
  • Brake, Simplex Wagon, Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, 111
  • Brake, Thermo Dynamics of the Automatic Vacuum, 509
  • Brakes, Competition of Railway Automatic Continuous, 310
  • Brakes, Continuous, 334
  • Brakes, Railway, 364
  • Bramwell, Mr. Balfour, Steam Engine Trials, 234
  • Bramwell, Sir Fred., Application of Electricity to Welding, &c., 321
  • Brangwin’s Carboy Tilter, 264
  • Brangwin’s Carriage Jack, 264
  • Brentor Station, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Railway, 444
  • Brentor Station, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 444
  • Brett, Mr. W. J. N., On the Friction of Screw-propelling Engines, 224
  • Brewery and Distillery Company, Statistics, 340
  • Bridge at Blackfriars, London, Chatham, and Dover New Railway, 237
  • Bridge, The Channel Railway, 153
  • Bridge Controversy at Bristol, 176
  • Bridge, Drypool Swing, Hull, 4, 6
  • Bridge, The Dufferin, 226
  • Bridge over the Ganges at Benares, The Dufferin, 226
  • Bridge, New South Wales, The Hawkesburv, 191
  • Bridge, The Newark Dyke, 192, 193, 201, 238 243
  • Bridge, Mr. Savile on the Tower, 234
  • Bridge, Railway, over the Thames at Blackfriars, The London, Chatham, and Dover Company, Mr. G. E. W. Cruttwell, 237
  • Bridge, The Torrington, New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, 276
  • Bridge, The Weston Mill Lake, 480
  • Bridges, Books on Iron and Steel, 53
  • Bridges, Iron, in Austria, Renewal and Recon- struction of, Ludwig Hess, 386
  • Bridges, Iron, New System of Examination for, Firmin Larroque, 230, 334
  • Bridges, Long Span, 478
  • Bridges, Railway, 191, 226, 237, 276
  • Brighton, Electric Light at, 96
  • British Gunboats for the Zambesi and Shird Rivers, 390, 440, 445
  • Bristol and Exeter Railway, Express Engine (Engineer, Mr. Pearson), Messrs. Rothwell and Co., 356, 358, 372, 373, 377
  • Bristol and Exeter Railway, Express Locomotive, Mr. Pearson and Messrs. Rothwell and Co. 356, 308, 372, 373, 377
  • British and Foreign Steamships, 282
  • BRITISH ASSOCIATION :
  • - Leeds Meeting, 426
  • - Programme for the Leeds Meeting, 486
  • British Navy, Mr. Russell on some Types of the, 228
  • Brothers, Mr. W. H., Weighing Machinery and Apparatus in Connection therewith, 313
  • Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company The Screw-slotting Device, 131
  • Browning, Mr. John G., Leyton Sewage Disposal, 313
  • Bruce, Mr. Fairlie, Italian Water Supply, 162
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 30
  • Buckwell Mr G. W., “Influence of the Weather on Paddle Engines”, 330
  • Buffer, The Westinghouse, 213 214
  • Burge, Mr. C. O., the Hawkesbury Bridge, New South Wales, 191
  • Burns, Sir George, 458
  • Burrell and Co,, Messrs., 20-Horse Power Semi-portable Compound Engine, 17
  • Burry Navigation, 296 ’
  • CAMPBELL, Mr. Jennings, Combining Indicator Diagrams, 98
  • Canadian Windmill Pumps ? 33
  • Canal Dredging Apparatus? 337
  • Canal in France, The St. Martin, 478
  • Canal Near the Iron Gates of the Danube, Tenders for, 26
  • Canal between the North Sea and Kattegat, 143
  • Canal Company, Failure of the Corinth Ship 157
  • Canal, Norway, Uelefos-Strengen, 157
  • Canal, The Panama, 96, 317, 423 455 497
  • Canal, The Sheffield, 183
  • Canalisation of the Main from Frankfort to Mainz, 268
  • Capital City Machine Works, Foot-power Hammer, 57
  • Carlisle Collision, The, 320, 403, 416 454
  • Carlson and Co., Messrs., Corrosion of Propeller Shafts, 170
  • Carter, Mr. W. Allan, Engineer of the Edinburgh Exhibition Buildings 347, 348, 349, 350, 351
  • Case Hardening Composition? 95
  • Cast Steel? What is, 435, 478, 503, 504
  • Celluloid Calculating Slide Rule, The, 301
  • Central Electric Lighting Station, 35
  • Central Engineering Works, West Hartlepool, New Forge, 108, 110
  • Central London Railway, The 33
  • Central London Railway Bill, The, 352 379
  • Chain Driving Belts? 197
  • Chambers’ Lifeboat, 303, 334
  • Channel Railway Bridge, 153
  • Charcoal Ovens? 481
  • “Charleston,’’ s.s., Compound Engines 152
  • Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., Messrs. Compound Tandem Engine and Dynamo, 111
  • Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., Messrs., Electric Search Light Machinery, 496
  • Chelmsford Lighted by Electricity, 317
  • Chemical Manufacture, The, 198
  • Chemical Manufacture, A Syndicate in the, 514
  • Chevalet’s Gauge Glass. Cleaner, 398
  • Chimney Draught, 54, 79
  • Chimney at Halsbrucke, Tall, 303
  • Chinese and Electric Lighting, The, 282
  • Churchill’s Marine Engine Governor, 400
  • City of London and Southwark Subway Co., 112
  • “City of Paris,’’The, 281, 314, 315, 318, 334, 336, 337, 339, 364, 435, 495, 517, 519
  • “City of Paris” Accident, The, 281, 314, 315, 316, 334, 336, 495, 517
  • “City of Paris ” after Accident, Starboard Engineroom of the, 314, 315, 316, 336
  • Clacton-on-Sea Pier, 317
  • Clarke, Mr. T. C., Design for a Great Tower for London, Height 1320ft., 354, 363
  • Cleaning Gauge Glasses, M. Chevalet’s Invention for, 398
  • Cleopatra’s Needle and the Houses of Parliament, 500
  • “Climax” Light, The, Mr. Gilbert Robinson, 57
  • Clothing Steam Pipes in the Navy, 271
  • Coal Bill of Railway and Gas Companies, The Coming, 404
  • Coal Consumption in P. and O. Steamers, 317, 364
  • Coal-cutting Machines, Mr. G. Blake Walker, 66
  • Coal Exploration, 360
  • Coal, Heathen, 416
  • Coal and Ironstone in the West Riding, 463
  • Coal in Kent, 157
  • Coalminers' Strike, The, 241
  • Coal, A New Exploration for, 136
  • Coal Pit Statistics? 11
  • Coal in the South of England, 175
  • Coal Tipping, 304
  • Coal Trade, Crisis in the, 117
  • Coal Trade, Gas Engineers and the, 199
  • Coal and Water in the Thames Valley, 115
  • Coalfields, Threatened Strike in the, 157
  • Coalfields, The World's, 199
  • Coalowners and Gas Companies, 425
  • Coast Defence, Tactics of, Col. Walford on the, 97
  • Coffee Trade, Changes in the, 482
  • Coil Friction Power Transmitter, Mr. Edw. Shaw, 322
  • Cold Period at the Beginning of March, Mr. C. Harding on the, 317
  • “Cold-Short” and “ Red Short,” 338
  • Colliery Engineering Scheme, An Extensive, 300
  • Colliery Engineers and the Trade Revival, 96
  • Colliery Grease ? 481
  • Colomb, Rear-Admiral, Washington Conference, 272
  • Colonial Development, Ten Years of, 63
  • Colonies and their Fibre Plants, Our, 136
  • Colour Blind Engine Drivers, 95
  • Colour Blindness on Railways, 95, 99
  • Combining Indicator Diagrams, 78, 98, 99, 112, . 152, 454
  • Comparative Weights of Reciprocating Parts of Locomotives, 30
  • Competition of Railway Automatic Continuous Brakes, 310
  • Compound Marine Engines Sixty Years Ago, 232, 294, 364, 401, 402, 524
  • Compounding of Locomotives Burning Petroleum Refuse in Russia, Mr. Thos. Urquhart on, 87
  • Compressed Air on French Tramways, 75
  • Compressed Air Tramcar Propulsion, 235
  • Concrete Work, The Demolition of, 222
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 54
  • Congress on Inland Navigation, 435
  • Constantine, Mr. E. G., on “Feed-water: Its Effect on Boilers and its Treatment,” 323
  • Continental Miners’ Agitation, The, 117
  • Continuous Brakes, 334
  • Continuous Sounding Machine, 317
  • Contracts for Locomotive Coal in 1889, 64
  • Controlling Apparatus for Bessemer Converters, Messrs. Phillips and Evans, 465
  • Conveyor, Fifty-four Inch, 497
  • Copenhagen, New Free Harbour at, 286
  • Copper, How to Analyse, Mr. E. Hall-Brown, 43,63
  • Copper for Arsenic, Marsh’s Method of Testing, 44
  • Copper and Asbestos Steam Joint Washers, 323
  • Cordilleras of the Andes, On the Projects for the Crossing of the, 54
  • Cordingley, Mr. I., Split Pulley, 201
  • Corinth Ship Canal Company, Failure of the, 157
  • Cork and Fennoy Railway, Proposed, 35
  • Corliss Engine, Mr. Robert Middleton, 56
  • Corrosion of Propeller Shafts, 151, 170
  • Cotton in the Crimea, Cultivation of, 416
  • Cox and Co., Messrs., Submarine Mining Steamer War Department, 259, 260
  • Crane, All-round Titan, Warrnamboul Harbour Works, 460, 464
  • Cross Cut-off Valve Gear, Mr. W. H. Patton 284
  • Cruttwell, Mr. G. E. W., London, Chatham,’and Dover Railway Company’s New Railway Bridge at Blackfriars, 237
  • Crystal Palace School of Engineering, Presentation of Certificates, Address of Professor F Elgar, 356
  • Currie’s Electric Meter, 484
  • Cuxhaven, New Harbour at, 147
  • Cycle, Water, Mr. T. M. Hall, 140
  • Cycles, The Stanley Exhibition of, at the Crystal Palace, 82,. 107, 108, 132, 138, 139, 140
  • Cylinder Ratio and Heating Surface in Marine Engines and Boiler Efficiencies, Mr R L Newman, 224
  • DAM, Vyrnwy Masonry, 514, 519
  • Davey, Mr. H., Design for a Great Tower for London (Height, 1250ft.), 427
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messr of the Foundry of, 89
  • 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., Improved Multiple Boilder Drill, 501
  • Decauville Railway at the Paris Exhibition, The, 76
  • Defence of Modern Fortresses, Colonel Walford, 365
  • Defence of Our Coast Towns, The 520
  • Delamare - Deboutteville and Malandrin, MM., 1OO-Horse Gas Engine, Paris Exhibition, 37
  • Delancey's Balanced Valve, 167
  • Designs for a Great Tower for London, 354, 362 363, 376, 383, 427, 464, 493, 512
  • “Deutschland,” The German Ironclad, the, 52
  • Development of the Open-hearth Steel Furnace, Mr. B. H. Thwaite, 296
  • Dewey's Series Electric Railway System, 398
  • Discharging Berths for Seaborne Coal, New, 92
  • Disintegrator and Grist Mill Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, 521, 523
  • Dock, The Wivenhoe Dry, 158
  • Dock Works and Machinery, Barry, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 304
  • Docks of North America,263
  • Dockyard Apprentices, 278
  • “Doctors’ Differences,” Note Illustrative of, by Robert Mansel, 2
  • Door Lock Knob, An Improved, 514
  • Double-Barrelled Winches, 77
  • Dow, Mr. J. H., New Compound Steam Turbine, 225
  • Drain Cock for Steam Engine Cylinders, Messrs. Fieldwick and Harvey, 118
  • Drainage of Guildford, The, 486
  • “Drainage,” Lough Erne, Mr. Jas, Price on, 259
  • Dredger, Steam, for the Rio Tinto Company, 497
  • Dredgers and Dredging, Mr. W. R. Kinipple, 204
  • Dredging Machinery, Recent Improvements in, Mr. Ambrose A. Myall, 317
  • Dredging Operations in the East, 381
  • Drill, Multiple, Boiler, 501
  • Driving Wheels, Polygonal, 277
  • Dry Dock, Wivenhoe, 158
  • Drying Machine, The Automatic, New Conveyor Company, 217
  • Drypool Swing Bridge, Hull, 4, 6
  • “Duchess Hamilton,” Paddle Steamer, The, 496
  • Dufferin Bridge, The, 226
  • Dufferin Bridge over the Ganges at Benares, The, 226
  • Dunderberg Gravity Railroad, Map of the Proposed, 45
  • Durham Coke Manufacture, The, 320
  • Durham College of Science, The Steam Engine, Professor Ryan on the, 133
  • Dust, Atmospheric, 82
  • Duty Trials of Pumping Engines, Mr. Geo. H. Barrus, 146
  • Dynamical Puzzle, A, 31, 54, 98, 112, 132
  • Dynamics, Illustrations of, 271
  • Dynamics, Problems in, Mr. A. S. Bower, 98
  • EDINBURGH Cable Tramway, The New, 157
  • EDINBURGH EXHIBITION:—
  • - Electricity at, 351
  • - Locomotive Annexe, 350, 351
  • - Machinery Hall, Mr. W. A. Carter and Mr. F. W. Simon, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351
  • - Miscellaneous Exhibits at, 502
  • - Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at, 382
  • Education of Engineers, 203, 218, 356
  • Education in Russia, 108
  • Efficiency of Boilers, 152, 203
  • Efficiency of Gas Engines, Mr. Thos. I. Miller, 276
  • Efficiency of Gas Engines, Mr. Thos. I. Miller, 485
  • Efficiency, Steam Engine, 113
  • Egyptian Obelisk in Central Park, New York, 9
  • Elastic Rivetting Hammers? 499
  • Electric Battery, The Weymersck, 264
  • Electric Light, Mr. E. P. Banister on, 215
  • Electric Light at Brighton, 96
  • Electric Light at Chelmsford, 317
  • Electric Light Engines, Berlin (Supplement. April 11th, 1890), 298, 302
  • Electric Light and Pumping Engines, s.s. “Teutonic”and “Majestic,” Messrs. Tangyes, 477
  • Electric Light Station, Small Central, 35
  • Electric Lighting, Mr. E. P. Banister on, 215
  • Electric Lighting in the City, 297
  • Electric Lighting in London, 9
  • Electric Lighting, Report to the St. Pancras Vestry on, by Professor H. Robinson, 51
  • Electric Lighting Station, Central, 35
  • Electric Locomotives, 471
  • Electric Meter, Currie’s, 484
  • Electric Railway System, Dewey’s Series, 398
  • Electric Railways, 74, 398
  • Electric Search Light Machinery, Messrs. Charles- worth, Hall, and Co., 496
  • Electric Traction, The Waller-Manville System of,
  • Electric Tramway, New Form of, 176
  • Electric Tramways, Mr. W. L. Spence on, 180
  • Electric Transmission of Power, 24
  • Electric Welding, Mr. W. Stericker, 365
  • Electric Welding, C. J. H. Woodbury, 511
  • Electric Welding, 321
  • Electric Welding, The Cost of, 174
  • Electric Welding Process, The Thomson, 75
  • Electrical Engineering, Mr. R. E. Crompton on 400, 459
  • Electrical Engineering in America, 30, 67, 99
  • Electrical Engineers, Demand for, 30
  • Electrical Railways, 74, 398
  • Electrical Traction on Tramways, 342
  • Electrician Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook for 1890, 283
  • Electricity, Application of, to Welding, &c Sir Fred. Bramwell, 321
  • Electricity, Distribution of Energy over Large Areas in Mines, by Mr. A. T. Snell, 66
  • Electncity at the Edinburgh Exhibition, 351
  • Electricity, Welding by, 145, 174, 365, 511
  • Elswick Gun Mounting, New, 284
  • Elsworth Mr. J. F., on “Journals, Footsteps, and Thrust Bearings of Shafting,” 226
  • Emery Cloth Making Machines ? 73
  • Emery Wheel Surface Planer, The Springfield Manufacturing Engine, The Acme Gas, 36 285
  • Engine, Condensing, Paris Exhibition, 213, 216, 220
  • Engine, Corliss, Mr. Robert Middleton, 56
  • Engine Diagrams, Compound Express (Supplement, March 7th, 1890), 187
  • Engine and Dynamo, Combined, Messrs. Scott and Co., 276
  • Engine Efficiency, Steam, 113
  • Engine, Express, Bristol and Exeter Railway, Mr. Pearson, Messrs. Rothwe11 and Co., 356, 358, 372, 373, 377
  • Engine, Express, Compound Passenger, with Single Driving Wheels, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. T. W. Wordsell (Supplement, March 7th, 1890), 187, 224
  • Engine, Express, Italian Mediterranean Railway, 275, 280
  • Engine, Gas, The Acme, 285
  • Engine (100-Horse) Gas, M. Delamare-Deboutteville and M. Malandrin, 37
  • Engine, Goods, Belgian State Railways, Soc. Marcinelle et Couillet, 66, 72
  • Engine, A Mercury, 113, 132
  • Engine, Noble’s Vertical, 502
  • Engine-room Telegraph, Messrs. Thackeray and Hurn, 45
  • Engine-rooms, Ventilation of, 136, 153 255
  • Engine (20-H.P.) Semi-portable Compound, Messrs. Burrell and Co., 17
  • Engine, Six Coupled, for the Italian Mediterranean Railway, 150, 151
  • Engine Trials, Steam, Mr. B. Bramwell on, 234
  • Engine Trials, Steam, The Oojecta and Method of, Prof. W. C. Unwin on. 246
  • Engine (300-H.P.) Triple-expansion, Mr. Thomas Powell, 29, 32
  • Engine, Wheelock Pumping, for Eiffel Tower Lifts, 188, 189
  • Engine Work, Good and Bad, 22l
  • Engines and Boilers of the U.S. Wanhip “ Maine,” 332, 340, 341
  • Engines, Compound, 237
  • Engines, Compound Marine, Sixty I ears Ago, 232, 294, 364, 401, 402, 524
  • Engines, Compound and Triple-expansion, 360, 365, 371, 378
  • Engines. Compound, s.s. “Hercules,” (Supplement, March 21st, 1890), 232, 233, 294, 295, 355, 364
  • Engines, Compound, of the s.s. “James Watt” or “Stad Keulen” (1829), 524, 525
  • Engines and Dynamos, Compound, 111
  • Engines, Efficiency of Gas, 276, 485
  • Engines for Electric Lighting, Berlin (Supplement, April 11th, 1890), 298, 302
  • Engines, Experimental, 9
  • Engines, Friction of Screw-propelling, Mr. W. J. N. Brett, 224
  • Engines, Gas, Efficiency of, 276, 485
  • Engines, High-speed for Cargo Boats, 43, 79
  • Engines, Old Compound, 278
  • Engines, Revolving Cylinder, 187
  • Engines of s.s. “Vauban,” Triple-expansion, Messrs. Blackwood and Gordon, 422, 425, 473
  • Engineer ” Limited, The, 481
  • ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ CLUB, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE
  • - Electric Lighting, Mr. E. P. Bannister, 215
  • - Exhibition of New Patent Lubricator, Mr. Threlfal, 151
  • - Liquid Fuel, Mr. F. C. Preston, 390
  • - Locomotive Repairing, Mr. John H. Barker, 137, 159
  • - Locomotive Running and Management Mr. E. H. Wade, 151
  • Engineer’s Claim for Commission, An, 369
  • Engineers, Education of, 203, 218, 356
  • Engineers in India, 263
  • Engineers in the Navy, 173, 203, 218, 404
  • Engineers and the Price of Steel, 35
  • English and American Locomotives, 34, 176, 262, 435
  • English as She is Spoke, 321
  • English Steel Joists and Belgian Competition, 75
  • Estler, Mr. P. T., Liquid Fuel, 246
  • Euston Station, Extension of, 411
  • Evaporation of Lancashire lioilors, Mr. M. Longridge on, 128
  • Evaporation in a Marine Boiler, Distribution of, Mr. C. E. Strohmeyer, 272
  • Exemption of Machinery from Rating, 386, 416, 430, 455
  • EXHIBITION AT THE AGRICULTURAL HALL THE :
  • - Carboy Tilter, Brangwin’s, 264
  • - Carriage Jack, Brang win’s, 264
  • - “Helios” Fire-place Stove, Heim’s, 264
  • - Pneumatic Power Hammer, The Alldays and Onions Pneumatic and Engineering Co., 264
  • - Recessing Machine, Messrs. Jacobs and Co., 246
  • - Telescopic Bucket Fire-extinguisher, Messer and Thorpe’s, 264
  • Exhibition of Cycles, The Stanley, at the Crystal Palace, 82, 107, 132, 138-140
  • Exhibition, Edinburgh International Electrical, 30, 347, 348, 349, 350, 382
  • Exhibition, The French, 406, 407
  • Exhibition of Meteorological Instruments, 91
  • Exhibition of Mining Appliances at Sheffield, 66
  • Exhibition of Mining and Metallurgy, International, at the Crystal Palace, 243, 514
  • Exhibition, Proposed London International, 504
  • Exhibition, The Royal Military, 426
  • Expansive Working in Locomotives, Introduction of, by John Gray’s Expansive Motion, 131
  • Experimental Engines, 9
  • Explosion of Smokeless Powder, 520
  • Explosions, Two Boiler, 236, 239
  • Explosives, Mr. Ernest Spon, 303
  • Explosives, 424
  • Explosives and Water, 442
  • FACTORS of Safety in the Navy, 197
  • Fairfax, Mr. J. Sinclair, Design for a Great Tower for London, (Height, 1290ft.), 376, 383
  • Fawcus and Cowan, Messrs., Keswick, Waterpower Electric Light Station, 421
  • Feed-water, its Effect on Boilers and its Treat- ment, Mr. E. G. Constantine, 323
  • Field Magnet Coils for Dynamos, by Gisbert Kapp, 271
  • Field wick and Harvey, Messrs., New Drain Cock for Steam Engine Cylinders, 118
  • Fire-boxes, Hot Crown Sheets in Belpaire, 225
  • Fire-door, Robertson’s Spring, 486
  • Fire Engine, Steam and Manual, Messrs. Merryweather and Sons, 398
  • Fire Extinguisher, Telescopic Bucket, Messer and Inorpes, 264
  • Fire Inquests, 83, 126
  • Fireplace Stove, Heim’s “Helios,” 264
  • Fire in Public Buildings, 482
  • Fire Protection Installation at Whiteley’s, Steam Pumps, Messrs. J. Richmond and Co., 333
  • Firemen in the Navy, 519
  • Fires, Lock Respirators against Smoke at, Captain Fairholme on, 83
  • Fires, Recent, and the Lessons to be Deduced therefrom, Subject Discussed at the Inventors' Institute, 83
  • Firewood Splitting and Bundling Machinery ? 175
  • Fitzgerald, Captain C. C. Penrose, Leak Stopping in Steel Ships, 272
  • Fives-Lille Condensing Engine, The Paris Exhibition, 213, 216, 220
  • Flanges, Steam, Strength of, 385
  • Fleet for the United States, New, 86
  • Fletcher, Mr. Edw., 18
  • Flow of Water in Open Channels and Pipes, Mr. Robert Manning, 80, 118
  • Follows and Bates, Messrs., Paint-grinding Mill, 57
  • Forced Draught for Boiler Furnaces, 515
  • Forced Draught in the Navy, 53, 281
  • Forge at the Central Engineering Works, West Hartlepool, New, 108, 110
  • Forged Steel Projectiles by Armour, Defeat of, 372
  • Forth Bridge, Opening of the, 190
  • Forth Bridge, Testing the. 103
  • Forth Bridge, Steel of the, 218
  • Forth Bridge Railway, The, 212
  • Forth and Clyde Canal, The, 143
  • Foster and Rastrick, Messrs., The Agenoria and the Stourbridge Lion, 200
  • Fowler’s Tube and Pipe Bending Machine, 65
  • Fracture of Steel Axles on Rounding Curves, Mr. Thos. Andrews on the, 492
  • French Exhibition, The, 406, 407
  • Free Harbour at Copenhagen, New, 286
  • French Iron and Engineering Trades, The, 2
  • French Locomotives, Historical (Supplement, June 20th, 1890), 491
  • French Navy, Government of the, 54
  • French Road, Forty Years of Locomotive Building for a Great (Supplement June 20th, 1890), 491
  • Frescot, Commendatore, Six-coupled Engines for the Italian Mediterranean Railway, 150, 151
  • Friction, Brake, 334
  • Friction of Screw-Propelling Engines, Mr. W. J. N. Brett on the, 224
  • “Friedrich der Grosse,” The German Ironclad the, 52
  • Fuel, Liquid, 92, 246, 390
  • Functions of a Conciliation Board, The, 155
  • Furnace Plates, Thick and Thin, 461
  • Furnace, The “ Thwaite ” Regenerative Gas, 277
  • Furness Railway, The, 156
  • GALBRAITH, Mr., on Certain Chemical Phenomena in the Manufacture of Steel, 401
  • Galbraith, Mr., on the Estimation of Phosphorus in the Basic Siemens Bath, 401
  • Galvanising Works, Waste Acids from, 425
  • Garrard, Mr. Chas., Ball Bearings, 237
  • Gas v. Electricity, Mr. John West, 44
  • Gas Engine, The Acme, 285
  • Gas Engineers and the Coal Trade, 199
  • Gas Engines, Efficiency of, 276, 485
  • Gas Fuel Crucible Furnaces ? 481
  • Gas Supply, The, 481
  • Gauge Glass for Paraffin Tanks ? 197
  • Gauge Glasses, Cleaning, Mr. Chevalet’s Invention for, 398
  • Gear between High and Low-pressure Engines, s. s. “Hercules,” 1829, 355, 361
  • Geology of the Southern Portion of the Yorkshire Coalfield, Mr. R. Russell, 66
  • German Ironclad Ships, The “Friedrich der Grosse ” and the “Deutschland,” 52, 56
  • Germania Company, The, Torpedo Boats and Torpedo Boat Engines for the Turkish Government, 25, 26
  • Glover and Co., Messrs. W., Rope-making Machine, 204
  • Gloyne, Mr. R. M., Multipliers for Ascertaining the Discharge at Various Depths in the Same Sewers and the Heights of Weirs for Storm Overflows, &c., 365
  • Gooch, Mr. Dan, Broad Gauge Locomotive, Great Western Railway (Supplement, June 13th, 1890), 484
  • Good Friday Oratory in the Yorkshire Coalfield, 300
  • Gold Miningin Merionethshire, Mr.H.C.Paxon, 243
  • Gradient Block, The Wallas Indicating, 118
  • Graham, Mr. R. PI., A Ratonal Roof Truss, 392, 393 ?
  • Graham, Mr. Robt. H., Time Tests, 105
  • Gray, Mr. Thomas, 243, 255
  • Grazi-Tsaritsin Railway, Compound Locomotives, 87, 88
  • Great Eastern Railway, Future of the, 116
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1550ft.), Ad Coelum Jusseris Ibit, 464
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1550ft.), Mr. Max am Ende, 362
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1320ft.), Mr. T. C. Clark’s, 354
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1250ft.), Mr. H. Davey, 427
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1290ft.), Mr. J. Sinclair Fairfax, 376, 383
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1400ft.), Professor Robert H. Smith and Mr. Wm. Henman, 493
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1200ft.), Messrs. Stewart, McLaren, and Dunn, 512
  • Great Tower for London, Design for (Height, 1300ft.), Mr. W. Hugh Woodcock’s, 363
  • Great Western Railway opened in 1841, 511
  • Great Yarmouth Haven, 315, 344
  • Greenhill, A. G., on Inertia Stress as Exemplified in the Engines of the “City of Paris,” 509
  • Grinding Mill, Lister’s, 523
  • Grist Mill Trials, Disintegrator and, Royal Agricultural Society, 521, 523
  • Gruson’s Jointed Pivot Mounting, 23, 24
  • Gruson’s Quick-fire Guns, 23
  • Gunboats, British, for the Zambesi and Shire Rivers, 335, 390, 440, 445
  • Gunnery Questions are Settled by Calculation, How, No. VII., 125, 211
  • Guns for Our Ships, The Most Suitable, 241
  • Guns, The 110.5-ton, for H.M.S. “Victoria,” 251
  • HALDANE, Mr. J. W. C., Liquid Fuel for Marine Boilers, 92
  • Halifax Graving Dock, Nova Scotia, 172, 177
  • Hall, Mr. T. M., Water Cycle, 140
  • Hall-Brown, Mr. E., High-speed Engines for Cargo Boats, 43
  • Hallauer, Octave-Rene, 474
  • Halsbrucke, Tall Chimney at, 303
  • Halske, Johann Georg, 259
  • Hammer, Foot-power, Capital City Machine Works, O. Columbus, 57
  • Hammer, Smith’s Reaction Machine, 478
  • Hanlon’s Patent, 166
  • Harbour at Cuxhaven, New, 147
  • Harbour Improvements, 365
  • Harbour Works, Jersey, 303
  • Harding, Mr. C., The Cold Period at the Beginning of March, 317
  • Harrison, Mr. Henry, Compound Locomotive Cylinders, 454
  • Harrison Manufacturing Company, The Self- sustaining Hoist, 503
  • Hart, Mr. J. W., on the Shanghai Waterworks, 148
  • Hartz Tube Welding Machine, The, 434
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Automatic, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic Sewage Pumps, 128, 129
  • Hawkesbury Bridge, New South Wales, The, 191
  • Hawthorn, Mr. J. G., The Marine Engine Considered as a Machine, 70
  • Hayle Foundry, The, 310
  • Head and Pouff, Messrs., New Form of Siemens Furnace, 382
  • Heathen Coal, 416
  • Heating and Concentrating Liquid by Steam, by John G. Hudson, 291, 309, 413, 471
  • Heim’s “Helios” Fireplace Stove, 264
  • Hempel’s Experiment of Carburising Iron, Mr. Roberts Austen, 382
  • H.M. Armoured Cruiser “Latona,” 419, 421
  • H.M.S. “Imperieuse” (Supplement, January 31st 1890), 90
  • H.M.S. “Imperieuse,” Original Rig, 90
  • H.M.S. “Sultan” in Dry Dock, Malta, 7, 10
  • H.M.’s First-class Battleship “Trafalgar,” 12,500 Tons (Supplement, April 25th, 1890), 165, 339
  • “Hercules,” s.s., 1829, Arrangement of Engines and Boilers, 401, 402
  • “Hercules,” s.s., 1829, Cylinder Gear and Air Pump, 401
  • “Hercules,” s.s., 1830, Compound Engines, 232, 233, 294, 295, 296, 355
  • “Hercules,” s.s., Gear between High and Low- pressure Engines, 355
  • “Hercules,” s.s., Low-pressure Cylinder, Gear, and Air Pump of, 401, 402
  • High-speed Gearing? 299
  • High Tower for London, Proposed, 223, 354, 361, 362, 363, 376, 383, 427, 464, 493, 512
  • Hiller, Mr. E. G., Resistance of Flue Tubes of Steam Boilers to Collapse, 113
  • Hirn, Mr. Gustave Adolphe, 97, 231
  • Hoey, Mr. D. G., on “Ventilation,” 458
  • Hoist, Self-sustaining, Mr. J. Harrison, 503
  • Hopkinson, Mr. J., on “Magnetism,” 205
  • Hot Crown Sheets in Belpaire Fire-boxes, 225
  • Hot-Short and Cold-Short, 364
  • Hudson, Mr. John G., Heating and Concentrating Liquids by Steam, 413, 452
  • Hudson Tunnel Blow Out, The, 206
  • Hughes and Lancaster, Messrs., Compressed Air Tramcar, 235
  • Hull, The Drypool Swing Bridge, 6
  • Huston, Mr. C. L., Strains of Shearing on Steel Boiler Plates, 195
  • Hydraulic Lifts ? 319
  • Hydraulic Machine Tools, Mr. A. H. Tyler, 275
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Sewage Pump, Automatic, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, & Co., 130, 131
  • Hydraulic Pumps for Gunpowder Plant, Messrs. Stevenson and Co., 147
  • Hydraulic Rivetting Plant, Two Hundred Ton, Messrs. Anderson and Gallwey, 126, 127, 134
  • ICE, Mr. Thos. Andrews on the Plasticity of, 504
  • Ice, Mr. M. C. Bannister on Mechanical Refrigeration and the Manufacture of, 67, 151
  • Ice-making Plant, 150-ton, Linde System (Supplement, May 16th, 1890), 394, 395, 399, 437, 443
  • “Imperieuse, ” H.M. First-class Armoured Cruiser, 8400 Tons (Supplement, January 31st, 1890)
  • “Imperieuse,” H.M.S., Original Rig of, 90
  • India, the Brake Question in, 31, 54
  • India-rubber Machinery? 519
  • Indicating Gradient Block, The Wallas, 118
  • Indicator Diagrams, Combining, 78, 98, 99, 112, 152, 454
  • Indicator Rig, Old Colony Railway, 451
  • Industrial Property Conference, The, 321
  • Inertia Stresses as Exemplified in the Engines of the “City of Paris,” by A. G. Greenhill, 509
  • Inglis, Mr. William, 339
  • Inman and International Company’s s.s. “City of Paris,” 314, 315, 318
  • INSTITUTE, THE INVENTORS’:
  • - Loeb Respirators against Smoke at Fires, Capt. Fairbolme, 83
  • - Recent Fires and the Lessons to be Deduced Therefrom, 83
  • INSTITUTE, THE IRON AND STEEL: 408
  • - Annual Meeting of, 382
  • - Aluminium in Carburetted Iron, Mr. W. J. Keep, 401
  • - Changes in Magnetic Capacity and Tensile Strength of Steel, Mr. E. J. Ball’s Record of Experiments upon, 382
  • - Chemical Phenomena in the Manufacture of Steel, Mr. Galbraith on Certain, 401
  • - Critical Points of Iron and Steel, Mr. F. Osmond on the, 382
  • - Dates of Visits fixed by the American Reception Committee, 486
  • - Estimation of Phosphorus in the Basic Siemens Bath, Mr. Galbraith on the, 401
  • - Programme of Arrangements for the Next Meeting, 339
  • - Repetition of Hempel’s Experiment of Carburising Iron by Contact with Diamond in Heating by Electric Current, Mr. Robert Austin, 382
  • - Rolled Process, The, 401
  • - Siemens Furnace, Messrs. Head and Pouff’s New Form of, 382
  • Institute of Iron and Steel Works Managers, South Staffordshire, 364, 396
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS:—
  • - Comparative Corrosion of Iron and Steel under Various Conditions, Mr. David Phillips, 426
  • - Electrical Engineering, Mr. R. E. Crompton, 400, 458
  • - Friction of Screw-propelling Engines, Mr. W. I. N. Brett, 224
  • - Influence of the Weather on Paddle Engines, Mr. G. W. Buckwell, 330
  • - Marine Engine Considered as a Machine, The, Mr. T. G. Hawthorn, 70
  • - Marine Engine Governor, Mr. J. D. Churchill, 400
  • - Method Used in Removing the Old Dock Wall, Royal Albert Dock, Mr. Joseph Thomas, 330
  • - Opening Address of the New President, Mr. G. W. Manuel, 292
  • - Ventilation, Mr. D. G. Hoey, 458
  • - Ventilation and Heat Radiation, Mr. A. Sommerville, 132, 174
  • INSTITUTE, THE SANITARY:—
  • - List of Lectures, 100
  • - At Brighton, 208
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, 455
  • - Annual Dinner of, 245
  • - Annual Meeting of, 455
  • - Application of Electricity to Welding, &c., Sir Fred. Bramwell, 321
  • - Barry Dock Works and Machinery, including the Hydraulic Machinery and the Mode of Tipping Coal, Mr. John Robinson, 304
  • - Bars at the Mouths of Tidal Estuaries, Mr. Wm. Henry Wheeler, 120
  • - Dinner of the Manchester Students of, 92
  • - Dufferin Bridge, Construction of, over the Ganges at Benares, Mr. F. T. Walton, 226
  • - Hawkesbury Bridge, New South Wales, Mr. C. O. Burge, 191
  • - Keswick Water-power Electric Light Station, Messrs. W. P. Jas. Fawcus and Edw. W. Cowan, 421
  • - List of Awards, 475
  • - London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Company’s New Railway Bridge at Blackfriars, Mr. G. E. W. Cruttwell, 237
  • - Lough Erne Drainage, Mr. James Price, 259
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (continued}
  • - Railway Bridges, 191, 226, 237
  • - Recent Dock Extensions at Liverpool, with a General Description. of the Mersey Dock Estate, the Port of Liverpool, and the River Mersey, Mr. George Fosbery Lister, 51
  • - Shanghai Waterworks, Mr. T. W. Hart, 148
  • - Tytam Waterworks, Hong Kong, Mr. James Orange, 148
  • - Yokohama Waterworks, Construction of the J. H. T. Turner, 148
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OF IRELAND :-
  • - Flow of Water in Open Channels and Pipes, Mr. Robert Manning, 80, 118
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, 504
  • - Electrical Engineering in America, G. L. Adden- brooke, 30, 67, 99
  • - Extraordinary General Meeting of, 528
  • - Magnetism, Inaugural Address of Mr. J. Hopkinson, 205
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND NAVAL ARCHITECTS, HULL:—
  • - Annual General Meeting of, 526
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, 103, 390, 426, 438
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Joseph Tomlinson, 387
  • - Compounding of Locomotives Burning Petroleum Refuse in Russia, Mr. Thos. Urquhart on the, 87
  • - Report upon Trials of Three Steamers, ‘‘Fusi Yama,” “Colchester,” “Tartar,” by Professor A. B. W. Kennedy, 365, 371
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDERATED :—
  • - Coal-cutting Machines, Mr. G. Blake Walker, 66
  • - Distribution of Energy Over Large Areas in Mines by Electricity, Mr. A. T. Snell, 66
  • - First General Meeting of, at Sheffield, 66
  • - Geology of the Southern Portion of the Yorkshire Coalfield, Mr. R. Russell on, 66
  • - Programme of Meetings, 46
  • - Visit to Allerton Main Colliery, 66, 86
  • - Visit to St. John’s Colliery, Normanton, 66
  • - Visit to the Newcastle Main Colliery, 86
  • - Visit to the Wharncliffe Silkstone Colliery, 66
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS:—
  • - Distribution of Evaporation in a Marine Boiler. Mr. C. E. Strohmeyer, 272
  • - Leak-stopping in Steel Ships, Capt. C. C. Penrose Fitzgerald, 272
  • - Meetings of the Session, 1890, 237
  • - Notes on Recent Naval Manoeuvres, Mr. White 252
  • - Presidential Address, Earl Ravensworth, 252
  • - Revolving Engine Applied on Board Ship, Mr. A. Rigg on the, 272
  • - Spontaneous Ignition of Coal Cargoes, Prof. Vivian B. Lewes, 272, 361
  • - Washington Conference, Rear-Admiral Colomb. 272
  • INSTITUTION, NORTH-EAST COAST ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :—
  • - Discussions on Mr. Bergstrom’s and Mr. Boyd’s Papers, 398
  • - High-speed Engines for Cargo Boats, Mr. E. Hall-Brown, 43
  • - The Institution’s Rule for the Normal Indicated Horse power of Marine Engines and Boilers, Mr. R, L. Weighton, 224
  • - Steam Engine Trials, Mr. Balfour Bramwell, 234
  • - Visit to the Locomotive Works of the North-Eastern Railway Company at Gateshead, 234
  • Institution, Royal—see Royal Institution
  • INSTITUTION, THE UNITED SERVICE :—
  • - Defence of Modern Fortresses, Col. Walford, 356
  • - Lessons to be Learned from the Naval Manoeuvres, Admiral R. C. Mayne, 173
  • - Tactics of Coast Defence, Colonel Walford, 97
  • Irish Light Railways, 126
  • Iron Bounties in Canada, 431
  • Iron Bridges in Austria, Renewal and Reconstruction of, Ludwig Huss, 17
  • Iron Bridges, A New System of Examination of, by Firmin Larrogue, 334
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 18, 39 58, 101, 120, 141, 160, 181, 206, 227, 247, 267, 287, 304, 325, 343, 367, 388, 409, 429, 447, 466, 486, 505, 526
  • Iron Exports, Change in Our, 35
  • Iron and Steel, Mr. F, Osmond on the Critical Points of, 382
  • Iron and Steel and Engineering Trades and the Turn of the Quarter, 262
  • Iron and Steel Works and the Coke Scarcity, 55
  • Iron Trade, Orders and Wages in the, 463
  • Ironclads, German, 52
  • Ironworks, Bethlehem, 54
  • Italian Mediterranean Railway, New Express Engine for, 275, 280
  • Italian Torpedo Catchers, 400
  • Italian Water Supply, Mr. G. Fairlie Bruce, 160
  • Italy and England, Steam Navigation between, 237
  • JACK, Brangwin’s Carriage, 264
  • Jacobs and Co., Messrs., Recessing Machine, 246
  • James, Mr. S. H., A Continuous Sounding Machine, 317
  • “James Watt” or “Stad Keulen,” 1829, Compound Engines of the, 524, 525
  • Jeffrey and Co., Messrs. Archibald, Patent Automatic Steam Stop Valve, 476
  • Jersey Harbour Works, 303
  • Jets, Reaction of, 152, 202, 218, 236, 237, 278, 416
  • Johnson, Mr. Rich., Re-construction of Newark Dyke Bridge, Great Northern Railway, 154, 192, 193, 238, 243
  • Joints Used for Various Kinds of Work, &c., Mr. T. Arnall on, 335
  • Joists, Steel, English and Belgian Competition, 75
  • Jordan, Mr. T. B., 495
  • Joule Memorial, An International, 83
  • KEEP, Mr. W. J., on “Aluminium in Carburetted Iron,” 401
  • Kennedy, Professor A. B. W., Report upon Trials of three Steamers, “Fusi Yama,” “Colchester,” “Tartar,” 365, 371
  • Kennedy and Sons, Messrs , Registered Empress Turbine, 502, 503
  • Kennington Underground Range, 4th V.B. Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, 311
  • Kernot, Mr. W. C., Form of Diagonals on the largest Railway Viaduct in Australia, 255
  • Keswick Water-Power Electric Light Station, The, 421
  • King’s College, London, Electrical Engineering, 335
  • King’s College, London, The Thirtieth Annual Dinner of the Old Students of, 369
  • Knaresborough Sewerage, 169
  • Knight, Mr., Use of Wrought and Cast Iron for Pipes and Relative Advantages of the Two Metals, 335
  • LABOUR Conciliation, 425
  • Labour Questions, 135
  • Laird Guide and Crosshead, The, 1
  • Lancashire Boilers, Evaporation of (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4), 128, 129
  • Latchford Locks and Runcorn Sections, Man¬chester Ship Canal, 91, 94
  • “Latona,” ILM. Armoured Cruiser, the Naval Construction and Armaments Company, 419
  • Launch of H.M.S. “Latona,” 419, 421
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 20, 30, 60, 80, 100, 140, 162, 180, 208, 226, 248, 266, 306, 326, 342, 366, 388, 408, 428, 448, 468, 488, 504, 528
  • Laws of Steamship Propulsion, 54, 77
  • Laying Foundations Under Water, Herr Fr. Neukirch’s New Method of, 246
  • Laying Foundations Under Water, New Method of, 278
  • Lead Mining Industry, The, 442
  • LEADERS :—
  • 1890, 11
  • - Accident to the City of Pans, The, 281
  • - American v. English Locomotives, 34
  • - Artillery Features of New Vessels, 53
  • - Atlantic Racing, 115
  • - Barracouta Inquiry, The, 319
  • - Bethlehem Ironworks, 54
  • - Blackwall Tunnel, The, 261
  • - Bridge Controversy at Bristol, 176
  • - British and Foreign Steamships, 282
  • - Carlisle Accident, The, 320, 403
  • - Catastrophe on Board the Barracouta, The, 137
  • - Central Electric Lighting Station, 35
  • - Central London Railway, The, 33
  • - Change in Our Iron Exports, A, 35
  • - Changes in the Coffee Trade, 482
  • - Chemical Manufacture, The, 198
  • - Chinese and Electric Lighting, The, 282
  • - City of Paris, The, 337, 519
  • - Cleopatra’s Needle and the Houses of Parliament, 500
  • - Coal Exploration, 360
  • - Coal and Ironstone in the West Riding 463
  • - Coalminers’ Strike, The, 241
  • - Coalowners and Gas Companies, 425
  • - Coal in the South of England, 175
  • - Coal and Water in the Thames Valley, 115
  • - “Cold-short” and “Red-short,” 338
  • - Colliery Engineering Scheme, An Extensive, 300
  • - Colliery Engineers and the Trade Revival, 96
  • - Colour Blind Engine Drivers, 95
  • - Coming Coal Bill of Railway and Gas Companies, The, 404
  • - Completion of the Panama Canal, 96
  • - Compound and Triple Expansion Engines, 360
  • - Compressed Air on French Tramways, 75
  • - Continental Miners’ Agitation, lhe, 117
  • - Cost of a Royal Show, The, 299
  • - Crisis in the Coal Trade, The, 117
  • - Defence of Our Coast Towns The, 520
  • - Demolition of Concrete Work, The, 222
  • - Dredging Operations in the East, 301
  • - Durham Coke Manufacture, The, 320
  • - Earnings and Expenses of Steamships, 116
  • - Electric Railways, 74
  • - End of Strikes and Lockouts, An, 262
  • - Engine Work, Good and Bad, 221
  • - Engineers in the Navy, 404
  • - Engineers and the Price of Steel, 35
  • - English and American Locomotives, 176, 262, 423
  • - “English as She is Spoke”, 321
  • - English Steel Joists and Belgian Competition, 75
  • - Explosion of Smokeless Powder, 520
  • - Explosives, 424
  • - Explosives and Water, 442
  • - Factors of Safety in the Navy, 197
  • - Failure of the Corinth Ship Canal Company, 157
  • - Failure of the Panama Canal, The, 423
  • - Fire in Public Buildings, 482
  • - Firemen in the Navy, 519
  • - Forced Draught in the Navy, 53, 281
  • - Functions of a Conciliation Board, The, 155
  • - Furness Railway, The, 156
  • - Future of the Great Eastern Railway, The, 116
  • - Gas Engineers and the Coal Trade, 199
  • - Gas Supply, The, 156
  • - Good Friday Oratory in the Yorkshire Coalfield, 300
  • - Government of the French Navy, The, 54
  • - Great Tower for London, The, 361
  • - Guns for Our Ships, Most Suitable, 241
  • - How Fast can a Locomotive Run , 441
  • - Industrial Property Conference, The, 321
  • - Institution of Naval Architects, 338
  • - Iron and Steel and Engineering Trades and the Turn of the Quarter, The, 262
  • - Iron and Steel Works and the Coke Scarcity, 55
  • - Labour Questions, 135
  • - Lead Mining Industry, The, 442
  • - Lloyd’s Register and Shipbuilders, 74
  • - Locomotive Building in Australia, 361
  • - London and the County Council, 299
  • - London Fires, 73
  • - London Sewage Problem,The, 95
  • - Lull in Shipping and Building, The, 136
  • - Machinery for Gas-making, 33
  • - Machinery Rating and the Engineer Trades, 442
  • - “Majestic,” The, 425
  • - Manchester and Sheffield Railway, The, 75
  • - Marine Boilers and the Means of Making Up Loss of Feed-water, 424
  • - Marine Engineering and the Shipbuilding Returns, 320
  • - Marine Engineers and Steam Shipping, 425
  • - Monitors in the United States Navy, 156
  • - Multiple Screw Propulsion, 261
  • - Navy and its Guns, The, 441
  • - New Exploration for Coal, A, 130
  • - New Form of Electric Tramway, A, 176
  • - Open-hearth Steel Manufacture The, 405
  • - Orders and Wages in Iron Trade, 463
  • - Our Colonies and their Fibre Plants, 136
  • - Our Steam Shipping, 222
  • - Paris Municipal Council and English Machinery The, 338
  • - Problem in Train Resistance, A, 222
  • - Production of High-speed Paddle Steamers, The, 404
  • - Progress of Basic Steel, The, 137
  • - Proposed Cork and Fermoy Railway, 35
  • - Proposed High Tower for London The, 223
  • - Public Works Department, India, The, 261
  • - Purification of Sewage, The, 499
  • - Railway Brakes for India, 54
  • - Railway Enterprises, The Great, 500
  • LEADERS (continued}:—
  • - Railway Half-year, The, 500
  • - Railways in Africa, 300
  • - Railways and Coal Development, 96
  • - Railways and Mails, 300
  • - Railways in the Straits Settlements, 156
  • - Railways in War, The Use of, 521
  • - Rating of Machinery, The, 359
  • - Receding Metal Values, 223
  • - Recent Gales and Sea Defences, The, 116
  • - Reform Column of 1832, 382
  • - Relative Safety in Mines, 425
  • - Resistance of the Atmosphere, The, 461
  • - Rival Marks Bills, The, 283
  • - Royal Agricultural Society’s Competitive Trials, The, 404
  • - Royal Agricultural Society’s Thrashing Machine Trials, 262
  • - Shipbuilding in Scotland, 137
  • - Smoke and the Alkali Act, 462
  • - Steam to Australia, 300
  • - Steam Shipping, The Prospects of, 261
  • - Steamship Trades, The, 463
  • - Steamships, The Outlook for, 338
  • - Steamships, The Increase of, 361
  • - Strike and its Perils, A, 198
  • - Taxation of Industry, The, 96
  • - Telegraphy with the East, 55
  • - Theory of Strikes, The, 338
  • - Thick and Thin Furnace-plates, 461
  • - Thomson Electric Welding Process, The, 75
  • - Threatened Strike in the Coalfields, The, 157
  • - Tower Armoury, The, 482
  • - Trade and the Shipping Season, 283
  • - Trades Unions and Strikes, 73
  • - United States’ Tariff, The, 405
  • - Utilising the Water-power of the Rhine, 137
  • - Value of the London Water Companies, 197
  • - Ventilation of Engine and Boiler Rooms, The, 136
  • - War of Tariffs, A, 520
  • - Waste Acids from Galvanising Works, 425
  • - Water Supply of London, The, 381
  • - White Metal Bearings, 499
  • - Will of Thomas Savery, The, 442
  • - World’s Coalfields, The, 199
  • - Wreck Caused by a Lighthouse, A, 198
  • Leak-stopping in Steel Ships, Captain C. C. Penrose Fitzgerald, 272
  • Lee-Mitford Rifle, The, 273
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE
  • - Barratt and Elers (Limited) v. Day—Day v. Foster, 119
  • - Bristol Tramways Company v. the Corporation of Bristol, 178
  • - Charles S. Lindover (Limited) v. Morgan and Co. (Limited), 226
  • - Colley v. Hart, 153
  • - Crompton and Co. v. Elieson Electric Company (Limited), 484
  • - The Lifeboat Company (Limited) v. Chambers, 330
  • - Owners, Master, and Crew of the s.s. “Alders- gate” v. the Owners, Master, and Crew of the s.s. “Ohio,” and the Owners of the s.s. “City of Paris,” her Cargo and Freight, 483
  • - Pugh v. the Horseley Company (Limited), 266
  • - The Selembria, 285
  • - South-Eastern Railway Company and the London, Chatham, & Dover Railway Company,'57
  • - Sphincter Grip Armoured Hose Company v. Goolden and Co., 385
  • - Leishman’s Boiler ? 359
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:—
  • - Accident on Board the Barracouta, J. H. T., 335
  • - Accident on Board the Barracouta, W. D., 387
  • - Aerated Bread Machinery? Grateful, 115
  • - Air Blast for Marine Boilers, E. H. M., 335
  • - Air Blast for Marine Boilers, Rob Roy, 317
  • - American Locomotives and the Edinburgh International Exhibition, Geo. E. Watson, 152
  • - Anemometers in Damages by Gale of Wind, W. G. Black, 255
  • - Arrowroot and Cassava Machinery? W. D. and S., 11
  • - Artillery Features of New Vessels, The, G. W. C., 77
  • - Asbestos Machinery? O. C. A., 197
  • - Ball Bearings? Cycles, 221, 237
  • - Ball Bearings, Chas. Garrard, 237
  • - Boiler Efficiency, E. Hall-Browne, 152
  • - Boiler Efficiency, Michael Longridge, 152, 203
  • - Boiler Efficiency, W. C. Unwin, 152
  • - Books on Brick-making and on Lime Works? H. E. A., 337
  • - Books on Iron and Steel Bridges? Stud. Inst. C.E., 53
  • - Brake Friction. An Intending Competitor, 334
  • - Brake Question in India, The, Clement E. Stretton, 31
  • - Canadian Windmill Pumps? An Architect, 33
  • - Canal Dredging Apparatus ? J. P., 337
  • - Carlisle Accident, The, Clement E. Strett on, 454
  • - Carlisle Collision, The, Edw. Gobert, 416
  • - Case Hardening Composition? A. D., 95
  • - Cast Steel? What is, Henry Bessemer, 478
  • - Cast Steel ? What is, Crucible, 435
  • - Cast Steel? What is, M. I. S. I., 503
  • - Cast Steel ? What is, B. W. Thwaite, 504
  • - Chain Driving Belts? H. and P., 197
  • - Chambers’ Lifeboats, Boat Builder, 334
  • - Channel Railway Bridge, The, John Winton, 153
  • - Charcoal Ovens ? J. G. N., 481
  • - Chimney Draught, G. Bowen, 79
  • - Chimney Draught, W. M., 54
  • - “City of Paris,” The, Percy Deed, 334
  • - “City of Paris,” The, John Kirkaldy, Limited, 364
  • - “City of Paris,” The, Duns Scotus, 364
  • - “City of Paris,” The, A. B. Willits, 435
  • - Coal Consumption in P. and O. Steamers, G. W. Manuel, 364
  • - Coal Consumption on P. and O. Steamers, R., 317
  • - Coal Pit Statistics ? Champion, 11
  • - Colliery Grease ? Glissade, 481
  • - Colour-Blindness on Railways, A Practical Man 99
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, J. Jennings Campbell, 98
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, Fidley, 99
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, Robt. Gill, 152
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, J., 454
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, Severin Nelson 99, 112
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, Walter P. Quincy, 78
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, J. R., 99
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, L. S. R., 99
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, T. P. Rennold- son, 112
  • - Combining Indicator Diagrams, J. J. Stalker, 78
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Compound Engines, Henry Harrison 237
  • - Compound Locomotives, Henry Harrison 454
  • - Condensation in Steam Cylinders Duplex, 54
  • - Continuous Brakes, E. Gobert, 334
  • - Continuous Sounding Machine, S. H. James, 317
  • - Corrosion of Propeller Shafts, E. Carlson and Co., 170
  • - Crankshafts for Triple-expansion Engines, Marine Engineer, 334
  • - Dark Lines in Photographs of Lightning, John P. Moss, 503
  • - Double-barrelled Winches, J. Mauldin, 77
  • - Dynamical Difficulty, A, A Girton Girl, 9
  • - Dynamical Puzzle, A, Anthony S. Bower, 9, 54, 98, 132
  • - Dynamical Puzzle, J., 31, 112
  • - Dynamical Puzzle, A, . n., 9, 54
  • - Education of Engineers, The, John G. Winton, 203
  • - Elastic Rivetting Hammers ? Enquiry, 499
  • - Emery Cloth Making Machines? Nemo, 73
  • - Engineers in the Navy, C. P., 203, 218
  • - Engineers in the Navy, Verax, 203
  • - English and American Locomotives, C. W. Kennaway, 435
  • - Exemption of Machinery from Rating, Hedley, Mason, and Hedley, 416, 455
  • - Exemption of Machinery from Rating, G. Humphreys Davies, 416
  • - Experimental Engines, M. I. and S. I., 9
  • - Experimental Engines, Critical and Practical, 9
  • - Fairburn’s Steam Press, and Guthrie’s Brickmaking Machine? W. I. C., 155
  • - Firewood Splitting and Bundling Machinery ? Trebla, 175
  • - Gas Fuel Crucible Furnaces? M. M., 48l
  • - Gauge Glass for Paraffin Tanks? Junior, 197
  • - Good and Bad Engine Work, W. 0. Rooper, 237
  • - Heathen Coal, Atra, 416
  • - High-speed Engines for Cargo Boats, E. Hall- Brown, 79
  • - High-speed Gearing? Newcastle, 299
  • - Hobson’s Choice ? Chilled Roll, 145
  • - Hot-short and Cold-short, M. Inst. C.E., 364
  • - Hydraulic Lifts ? Waterworks, 319
  • - India-rubber Machinery ? N., 519
  • - Laws of Steamship Propulsion, A. G. Greenbill, 54
  • - Laws of Steamship Propulsion, The, W. Hok, 77
  • - Laws of Steamship Propulsion, Robert Mansell, 77
  • - Leishman’s Boiler? J. A., 359
  • - Lift Accidents, Henry J. Brookes, 54, 113
  • - Lift Accidents, Alfred Davis, 9, 153
  • - Lift Accidents, Foreman, 31
  • - Lift Accidents, Ed. C. De Segundo, 31
  • - Lift Accidents, Archd. Smith and Stevens, 77, 132
  • - Lindner Compound Locomotive, The, Hope and Co., 455
  • - Linde Refrigeration System, The, Denny Lane, 454, 516
  • - Linde Refrigeration System, The, W. F. R.,504
  • - Linde Refrigeration System, The, for the Linde British Refrigeration Company, Limited, 516
  • - London Sewerage and Sewers, Matthew Jennings, 54, 79
  • - Long Span Bridges, Arthur E. Collins, 504
  • - Louisville Tornado, The, Edw. W. Furrell, 317
  • - Ludgate Hill, F., 77
  • - Machines for Making Cotton Wick ? W. H. A. B., 319
  • - Mackay’s Ether Ice Machine ? D. W. and Co., 145
  • - McLean’s Text Book of Milling ? M., 423
  • - Mechanical Instinct and Strength of Bridges, W. C. Kernot, 255
  • - Mercury Engine, A, Guiseppo, 113
  • - Mercury Engine, A, R. B. P., 132
  • - Miners’ Hats ? Underground Tiles, 423
  • - Monitors in the American Navy, G. W. C., 203
  • - Movement of Air in Sewers, The, T. Wilkinson, 153
  • - New Forge, West Hartlepool, Isaac Dixon and Co., 153
  • - New Method of Laying Foundations under Water, Walter Robt. Kinipple, 278
  • - North - Western Compound Locomotives, MacMair, 364
  • - North-Western Compound Locomotives, X., 317
  • - Old Compound Engines, A. Mallett, 278
  • - On the Projects for Crossing of the Cordilleras of the Andes, L. Belloc, 54
  • - Paper Stamping and Cutting Machinery ? D. B. N., 241
  • - Paris Exhibition, The, H. Trueman Wood, 255
  • - Patent-office, The, Fresh Air, 54
  • - Patent-office, The, Anthony Wobblejaws, 31
  • - Peat ? P. P., 359
  • - Perforated Iron and Steel Sheets ? Perforation, 319
  • - Perilous Passage of a Channel Steamer, A Brother Engineer, 99
  • - Pipe Laying? H. W., 423
  • - Portland Cement Works ? Calcium, 115
  • - Power Required to Drive Circular Saws and Planing Machines ? J. S., 115
  • - Power Required to Drive Circular Saws ? M. Powis Bale, 145
  • - Problems in Dynamics, Anthony Bower, 98
  • - Railway Brakes, Yankee, 364
  • - Railway Servants’ Eyesight, Clement E. Stretton, 113
  • - Railway Servants’ Eyesight, A. Fournet, 113
  • - Railway Speeds, G. F. Bird, 386
  • - Railway Speeds, D., 334
  • - Railway Speeds, E. B. D., 218, 278, 334
  • - Railway Speeds, E. R., 255, 364, 435
  • - Railway Speeds, Shovel, 386
  • - Railway Speeds, Slowcoach, 334
  • - Railway Speeds, Speedy Traveller, 237, 316, 364
  • - Railway Speeds, W. P. Thompson, 386
  • - Ransome’s Method of Increasing the Tensile Strength of Iron by Torsion, F. R., 113
  • - Rating of Machinery Bill, The, Hedley, Mason, and Hedley, 416, 455
  • - Rating of Machinery Bill, The, Richard Tangye, 386, 435
  • - Reaction of Air on Planes, I. Lancaster, 202
  • - Reaction of Jets, Anthony S. Bower, 202,236 278
  • - Reaction of Jets, The, Farmer, 218
  • - Reaction of Jets, The, J. Sanders, 237
  • - Reaction of Jets, The, Old Student, 152 218 255, 317, 416
  • - Reaction of Jets, W. C. Unwin, 278
  • - Recovery of Silver? The, W. D. C., 519
  • - Red-short and Cold-short, P. J., 416
  • - Red-short and Cold-short, Your Correspondent for Wales, 416
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):-
  • - Reversing Rolling Mills ? Laminoir, 359
  • - Rhone Mills ! Hydraulic, 403
  • - Rope Driving Gear ? G. R. 0., 261
  • - Rotary Concentrators ! Pountney Hill, 519
  • - Sea-water in London, F. Wilcox, 454, 478
  • - Sea-water to London, Supply of, Thos. Hennell, 503
  • - Shrinkage of Oak Timber ? The, C. G., 441
  • - Shrinkage of Oak Timber, The, Robert Phillips, 455
  • - Sight-feed Lubricators, D. J., 504
  • - Soap-making ? P. S., 33
  • - Solid Woven Hair Belting ? W. W., 73
  • - Squaring India-rubber? J. W., 221
  • - Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, The, J. PownalL Goodhall, 132
  • - Steam Boilers in the United Kingdom ? Lex, 359
  • - Steam Engine Efficiency, J. Jos. Stalker, 113
  • - Steel of the Forth Bridge, The, F. J. R. Carulla, 218
  • - Steel of the Forth Bridge, The, Joseph Phillips, 218
  • - Steepest Railway in the World, The, Chas. Fairholme, 334
  • - Storm Waves at Jersey, G. B., 317
  • - Straw Bottle Coverings ? H. G., 281
  • - Strength of Beams, The, J. L., 503
  • - Strength of Cables, The, For Henry Wood and Co. (Edward Short), 478
  • - Strength of Corrugated Discs ? The, H. B., 337
  • - Strikes and Contracts, K. S., 237
  • - Suggestion for a New Scottish Main Railway System, Eon Strathaar, 334
  • - Summit Levels ? F. R. Upcott, 53
  • - Sun-and-PIanet Motion, The, Alex. Murdoch, 79
  • - Supplying Marine Boilers with Frosh Water, G. and J. Weir, 516
  • - Tall Chimney Construction? J. B. B., 281
  • - Tall Chimney Construction, II. Hastings, 335
  • - Tall Chimney Construction, Wm. Sykes, 317
  • - Technical Education? Pater, 461
  • - Testing Road Metal ? C. L., 221
  • - Thermo-Dynamic Problem, A, Anthony Bower, 98
  • - Thermo-Dynamical Difficulty, Anthony S. Bower, 31, 54, 98
  • - Thermo-Dynamical Difficulty, E. F. S., 31
  • - Thermo-Dynamical Difficulty, A. W. Seager, 9
  • - Thermo-Dynamical Difficulty, A, H. V., 9
  • - Thermo-Dynamical Difficulty, A, n., 9 54
  • - Time Tests, Robt. H. Graham, 152, 203
  • - Time Tests, X. Y. Z., 132, 170
  • - Threshing Machine Competitions, Preston North End, 435
  • - Threshing Machine Competitions, Frank Garrett, 416
  • - Threshing Machine Competitions, The A. Shaker, 454
  • - Tools for Turning Chilled Rolls ? Inquirer, 33
  • - Tornados, G. J. Symons, 364
  • - Traction Engine Accident at Boxley Hill. A. J. Madeley, 478
  • - Trade with Chili, J. Harris, 78
  • - Train Resistance, E. H. T., 237
  • - Train Resistance, A Problem in, Alexander Swan, 317
  • - Tube-making Plant? M. E. L., 241
  • - Value of Drawingsand Patterns ? Partner, 175
  • - Ventilation of Engine and Boiler-rooms, The M. Powis Bale, 153
  • - Ventilation of Coal Mines, The, J. G. Winton 132
  • - Ventilation of Engine-rooms, The, Chief Engineer, 255
  • - Ventilation of Stokeholds, The, Jas. Howden 132, 170
  • - Vertical Boilers? Query, 221
  • - Vortex Blast Pipes, Henry Adams, 153
  • - Vortex Blast Pipes, Bogie, 113
  • - Wm. Murdoch, Alex. Murdoch, 99
  • - Wire-rope Driving ? E. W. M. W 221 241
  • - Wire-rope Driving, J. H. H., 241
  • - Wood Paper Pulp ? R. S. M., 155
  • Lewis, Professor Vivian B., Spontaneous Ignition of Coal Cargoes, 272, 361
  • Leyton Sewage Disposal Works, Mr. John G Browning on the, 313
  • Lifeboat Chambers’ Partly Collapsible, 303
  • Lift Accidents, 9, 31 54, 77, 113, 132, 153
  • Lift Gear, Waygood’s, 436
  • Light with Self-starter, The Wells, 130
  • Lighthouse on Cape Hatteras, 194
  • Lighthouse on the Yorkshire Coast, New 340
  • Linde British Refrigeration Company’s Works, Shadwell (Supplement, May 16th, 1890), 394, 394, 399, 437, 443
  • Linde Refrigeration System, The, 454, 516
  • Lindner, Herr, Compound Locomotive, Royal Saxon State Railway, 418 420 455
  • Links in the History the Locomotive, 200
  • Liquid Fuel, Mr. P. T. J. Estler on, 246
  • Liquid Fuel Mr. F. C. Preston, 390
  • Liquid Fuel for Marine Boilers, Mr. J. W. C. Haldane, 92
  • Lister Mr. Geo. Fosbery, Recent Dock Extensions at Liverpool, with General Description of the Mersey Dock Estate, andc., 51
  • Lister and Co., Messrs. R. A, Grinding Mill, 521, 523
  • Literature :-
  • - Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Mag-netism. By Andrew Gray, 521
  • - Aid Book to Engineering Enterprise. By Ewing Matheson, 157
  • - Almanack der Kriegsflotten, 1890, 55
  • - Assayer’s Manual, The. By Bruno Korl, translated by W. T. Brannt, 55
  • - Colonial Year Book, for the Year 1890. By A. J. R. Trendall, with an Introduction by J. R Seeley, 137
  • - Construction und Beitrieb der Locomobilen : Handbuch fur Maschinistcn Besitzer und Waerier von Locomobilen, Landwirtscbafts- und Fabnks beamte Angebende Techniker, sowie fur Locomobilen Waerter—Lehrcurse von Otto von Toborsky, 75
  • - Elementary Dynamics of Particks and Solids. By W. M. Hicks, 283
  • - Elements of Physiography for the Use Of Science Uiasses, Elementary and Middle-class Schools, and Public Teachers. By John J. Prince. Part II., 55
  • - Engineers’ Sketchbook of Mechanical Move-ments, Devices, Appliances, Contrivances, andc.: Classified and Arranged for Reference for the Use 'Engineers, Mechanical Draughtsmen, Managers, andc. By Thos. Walter Barber, 75
  • - Elementary Manual of Magnetism and Elec¬tricity, Electro-magnetism and Electro¬Kinetics. Professor Andrew Jamieson, 301
  • LITERATURE (continued}:-
  • - English Sanitary Institutions. By Sir John Simon, 223
  • - Factory Accounts. By Messrs. Emile Garcke and J. M. Fells, 442
  • - Finsbury Technical Manuals, Meehan« Graphics: A Second Course in Mechanical Drawing. By Geo. Halliday, 339
  • - Force as an Entity with Stream, Pool, and Wave Forms: being an Engineer's or a Practical Way of Explaining the Facts as Ascertained by Science, and their Relation to each other. By W. Sedgwick, 463
  • - Gas and Petroleum Engines: a Practical Treatise on the Internal Combustion Engine. By Wm. Robinson, 482
  • - Graphical Statics: Two Treatises on the Graphical Calculus and Reciprocal Figures in Graphical Statics. By Luigi Cremona, translated by Thos. Hudson Bcare, 321
  • - Handbook on Modern Explosives: being a Practical Treatise on the Manufacture and Application of Dynamite, Gun Cotton, Nitro¬glycerine, and other Explosive Compounds, including the Manufacture of Collodion Cotton. By M. Eissler, 55
  • - Handbook on Quantitative Analysis. By John Mills and Barker North, 77
  • - How to Select Wood-working Machinery. By J. Stafford Ransome, 361
  • - Hydraulic Motors, Turbines, and Pressure Engines, for the Use of Engineers, Manufacturers, and Students. By G. R. Bodmer, 263
  • - Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. Third series. Vol. I., part I., 283
  • - Kalendar fur Maschincn-Ingenieure, 1890, 137
  • - L’Exposition Universelle. Par Henri de Parville, 405
  • - Life of Chas. Blacker Vignoles, F.R.S., F.R.A.S., M.R.I.A., Soldier and Civil Engineer: a Reminiscence of Early Railway History. By his Son, Olinthus J. Vignoles, 75
  • - Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, with other Selected and Abstracted Papers. Vols. xcv. to xcviii, 97
  • - Notices sur les Modeles, Dessins et Documents relatifs aux Travaux des Ponta et Chaussees, 301
  • - Practical Plane and Solid Geometry, including Graphic Arithmetic. Vol. i. By Professor H. J. Spooner, 338
  • - Solutions to the Questions Set at the May Examinations of the Science and Art Department, 1881 to 1886. Pure Mathematics. Stages 1 and 2. By Thos. T. Rankin, 21
  • - Spon’s Engineers’ Price Book, giving lables for Estimating Cost of Materials and Labour on Current Prices, andc., 137
  • - The Steam Engine and the Indicator , their Origin and Progressive Development, including the Most Recent Examples of Suam and Gas Motors, together with the Indicator, its Principle, Utility, and Application. By Wm. Barnett Le Van, 321
  • - Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the Strength of Beams and Columns, andc. By Robert H. Cousins, 405
  • - Theory of the Continuous Girder, The. By Malverd A. Howe, 443 .
  • - Thermo-dynamics, Heat Motors, and Refrigerating Machines. By De Volson Wood, 35
  • - Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Vol. x., 1889, 199, 242
  • - Treatise on the Evaporation of Saceharine, Chemical, and other Liquids, by the Multiple System, in Vacuum and Open Air. Compiled by Jas. Foster, 361
  • - Work : an Illustrated Magazine of Practice and Theory for all Workmen, Professional and Amateur. Edited by Francis Young, 463
  • Liverpool Dock Extensions, Mr. Geo. Fosbery Lyster, 51
  • Liverpool Water Supply, Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, 514, 519
  • Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, 330
  • Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, Quarter ending December 31st, 1889, 58
  • Lloyd’s Register and Shipbuilders, 74
  • Loam Moulding, Mr. P. S. Pilcher, 463
  • Local Taxation of the Twelve Principal English Railways, 1889, 335
  • Locomotive Annexe, Edinburgh Exhibition, 350 351
  • Locomotive, Broad Gauge, Great Western Railway, 1851, Mr. Dan. Gooch (Supplement, June 13th, 1890), 484
  • Locomotive Building in New South Wales, 17
  • Locomotive Building in Australia, 361, 446
  • Locomotive, Compound, North-Eastern Railway, Worsdell and V. Borries’ System, Mr. T. W. Worsdell (Supplement, February 28th), 169, (Supplement March 7th, 1890), 185, 224
  • Locomotive, Compound, Royal Saxon State Railway, Herr Lindner, 418, 420
  • Locomotive Details, The Design of American, 217
  • Locomotive, Express, Bristol and Exeter Railway, Mr. Pearson, Messrs. Rothwell and Co., 356, 358,372, 373, 377
  • Locomotive, Express, Italian Mediterranean Railway, 275, 280
  • Locomotive, Express, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. Jas. Stirling (Supplement, January 3rd, 1890), 3, 17
  • Locomotive, Foot-plate, Belgian, 66
  • Locomotive, Goods, Belgian State Railways, M. T. Blancquaert, Ing. Directeur, Soc. Marcinelie and Couillet, 72
  • Locomotive, The Lindner Compound, 455
  • Locomotive, Links in the History of the, 200
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Waterford and Limerick Railway, Mr. John G. Robinson (Supplement, February 14th, 1890)
  • Locomotive Practice in America, 1, 85, 167, 451
  • Locomotive Practice in America, by an Engineer, 451
  • Locomotive Practice in America, by an American Engineer, 451
  • Locomotive Repairing, Mr. John H. Barker or. 137, 159
  • Locomotive Run ? How Fast can a, 441
  • Locomotive Running and Management, Mr. E. H. Wade, 151
  • Locomotive, Six-coupled, for the Italian Mediterranean Railway, Commendatore Frescot, 150, 151
  • Locomotive, Six-coupled Belgian, 66, 72
  • Locomotive, Specifications from an American, 296
  • Locomotive Steam Crane, Smith's, 383, 384
  • Locomotive, Tank, for Light Trains, Belgian State Railways, The St. Leonard Co., 323
  • Locomotive Trials in Chili, 126
  • Locomotives, Americans. English, 34, 176
  • Locomotives Burning Petroleum Refuse in Russia, Mr. Thos. Urquhart on the Compounding of, 87
  • Locomotives, Comparative Weights of Reciprocating Parts of, 30
  • Locomotives, Compound, 454
  • Locomotives, Electric, 471
  • Locomotives, English and American, 423, 435
  • Locomotives, Expansive Working in, 131
  • Locomotives, French Historical (Supplement, June 20th, 1890), 491
  • Locomotives, by John Gray’s Expansive Motion, Introduction of Expansive Working in, 131
  • Locomotives, North-Western Compound, 364
  • Loeb Respirators against Smoke at Fires, Captain Fairholm, 83, 126
  • London and the County Council, 299
  • London, Designs for a Great Tower for, 354, 362, 363, 376, 383, 427, 464, 493, 512
  • London Fires, 73
  • London International Exhibition, Proposed, 504
  • London Railway Bills in Parliament, 67
  • London Sewage Problem, 95
  • London Sewerage and Sewers, 54, 79, 95
  • London Water Companies, Value of the, 197
  • Long Cruises Unnecessary, 302
  • Longridge, Mr. M., on “ Evaporation of Lancashire Boilers,” 128
  • Lough Erne Drainage, Mr. James Price on the, 259
  • Lubricator, Anderson’s, 303
  • Ludgate-hill, 77
  • Lyster, Mr. G. F., Liverpool Dock Extensions, 51
  • M’ALPINE, Mr. Wm. Jarvis, 218
  • Machinery for Gas Making, 33
  • Machinery Hall, Edinburgh Exhibition, 347, 348, 349
  • Machinery Rating and the Engineer Trades, 442
  • Machines for Making Cotton Wick ? 319
  • McLean’s Text-Book of Milling ? 423
  • McNab, Mr. Wm., 468
  • Magazine Rifle, The New, 273, 286
  • Magnetism, Mr. J. Hopkinson on, 205
  • “Maine,” Boilers of the U.S. Armour Cruiser, Messrs. N. F. Palmer, jun., and Co., 332
  • “Maine,” Triple Expansion, Engines of the U.S. Armour Cruiser, Messrs. N. F. Palmer and Co., 340, 341
  • “Majestic,” The, 425
  • Malta, H.M.S. “Sultan” in Dry Dock, 7
  • Malt-screening Machines, Nalder’s, 436
  • Manual Instruction, Grants to be made by the Department of Science and Art to Promote, 475
  • Manchester and Sheffield Railway, The, 75
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 91, 94, 374, 380
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Norton Sluices, 374, 380
  • Manning, Mr. Robert, on “Flow of Water in Open Channels and Pipes,” 80, 118
  • Mansfield Water Supply, 400
  • Manufactured Iron Trade, 17
  • Map of the Metropolitan Railways and Tramways in Parliament, 166
  • Marcinelle and Couillet Societe, Goods Engine for Belgian State Railways, M. T. Blanc.quaert, 72
  • Marine Boilers, Air Blast for, 317, 335
  • Marine Boiler, Distribution of Evaporation in a, Mr. C. E. Strohmeyer, 272
  • Marine Boilers and the Means of Making up Loss of Feed-water, 423
  • Marine Engine Considered as a Machine, The, Mr. J. G. Hawthorn, 70
  • Marine Engineering and the Shipbuilding Returns, 320
  • Marine Engineers and Steam Shipping, 425
  • Marine Engines and Boilers, The North-East Coast Institute of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Rule for the Normal Indicated Horse-power of, 224
  • Marine Engines, Compound, Sixty Years Ago, 294
  • Marshall, Mr. P., Newspaper Printing Machinery, 224
  • Marshall’s Sprinkler, 49
  • Marsh’s Method of Testing Copper for Arsenic, 44
  • MASON COLLEGE, BIRMINGHAM:—
  • - Joints Used for Various Kinds of Work and Testing of the Pipes at the Works of the Manufacturer and after they are Laid in the Trenches, Mr. T. Arnall, 335
  • - Use of Steel for Making Pipe Mains, Mr. R. Peirce on the, 335
  • - Use of Wrought and Cast Iron for Pipes, and Relative Advantages of the Two Materials, Mr. Knight, 335
  • Massick’s and Crooke’s Patent Hot Blast Firebrick Stoves, 204
  • Mauldin, Mr. J., Double-barrelled Winch, 77
  • Mayne, Admiral R. C., Lessons to be Learned from the Naval Manceuvres, 173
  • Mechanical Instinct and Strength of Bridges, 255
  • Mechanical Inventions of Jas. Nasmyth, 406, 426
  • Mechanical Refrigeration and the Manufacture of Ice, Mr. M. C. Bannister, 67, 151
  • Meldrum’s Forced Draught Attachment, 515
  • Merchant s Reading Room, Sou th African House, 89
  • Merryweather and Sons. Messrs., Steam and Manual Fire Engine, 398
  • Mersey Bar, The, 203
  • Messer and Thorpe’s Telescopic Bucket Fire-extinguisher, 264
  • Metal Values, Receding, 223
  • Meteorological Instruments, Exhibition of 91
  • Middleton, Mr. Robt., Corliss Engine, 56
  • Mid Kent Waterworks, 183
  • Military Exhibition, The Royal, 426
  • Mill, American Tin, 515
  • Miller, Mr. Thos. L., on the Efficiency of Gas Engines, 276, 365, 408, 485
  • Mills, Grist, Trials of, 521, 523
  • Mills in India, 453
  • Miners’ Hats ? 423
  • Miners in North Staffordshire, 523
  • Mines, Coal, Ventilation of, 132, 170
  • Mines, Unskilled Labour in, 38
  • Mining Appliances, Exhibition of, at Sheffield, 66
  • Mining and Metallurgy, International Exhibition of, at the Crystal Palace, 243, 514
  • Mining Steamer, Submarine, 258, 259, 260
  • Mining Steamers, Messrs. Cox and Co., 258,259,260
  • “MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS” OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS—
  • - Multipliers for Ascertaining the Discharge at Various Depths in the same Sewer, and the Heights of Weirs for Storm Overflows, &c., by R. M. Gloyne, 365
  • - New System of Examination for Iron Bridges, by Firmin Larroque, Vol. xxxiii., p. 230, 334
  • - Renewal and Reconstruction of Iron Bridges in Austria, by Ludwig Huss, vol. Ixxxvi., p. 386
  • Miscellanea, 5, 27, 47, 71, 93, 109, 133, 149; 171, 195, 219, 240, 258, 279, 293, 324, 331, 357, 359, 375, 397, 417, 439, 459, 479, 498, 513
  • Miscellaneous Exhibits at the Edinburgh Exhibition, 502
  • Monitor as it is, A, 206
  • Monitor and the Armourclad, Origin of the, 335
  • Monitors in the American Navy, 203
  • Monitors in the United States Navy, 156
  • Montmartre, Three-storey Reservoirs of, 48, 49
  • Mormugao Harbour and Breakwater, Mr. Poulden, 146
  • Mountain of Iron Ore, A, 438
  • Movement of Air in Sewers, 153
  • Multiple Screw Propulsion, 261
  • Multipliers for Ascertaining the Discharge at Various Depths in the same Sewers, and the Height of Weirs for Storm Overflows, andc., R. M. Gloyne, 365
  • Mumford, Mr. A G., Steam Ballast Pump, 147
  • Murdoch, Wm. 99
  • Myall, Mr. Ambrose A., Recent Improvements in Dredging Machinery, 317
  • NALDER and Nalder, Messrs., Malt Screening Machine, 436
  • Nasmyth, Mr. Jas., 383, 406, 426
  • Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at the Edinburgh Exhibition, 382
  • Naval Construction and Armaments Company, H.M.'s Armoured Cruiser “Latona,” 419
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 30, 51, 82, 118, 131, 153, 182, 242, 340, 385, 448, 496,
  • Naval Manoeuvres, Lessons to be Learned from the, 173
  • Naval Manoeuvres, Mr. White’s Notes on Recent, 252
  • Navy Estimates, The, 215
  • Navy and its Guns, The, 441
  • Needham, Mr. E. M., 99
  • Nelson, Mr. Severin, Combining Indicator Diagrams, 99
  • Newark Dyke bridge, Reconstruction of, Great Northern Railway, Mr. Richard Johnson, 154, 157, 192, 193, 201, 238, 243
  • New Companies, 21, 41, 61, 83, 103, 123, 143, 163, 183, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 307, 327, 345, 369, 391, 411, 431, 449, 469, 489, 507, 529
  • New Conveyor Company, The, Automatic Drying Machine, 217
  • New Conveyor Company, 54in. Conveyor, 497
  • New Forge, West Hartlepool, 153
  • New Line to Plymouth, 444, 445, 456, 476, 480
  • Newman, Mr. R. L, Cylinder Ratio and Heating Surface in Marine Engines and Boiler Efficiences, 294
  • Newport Baths, 523
  • New South Wales, Hawkesbury Bridge, Mr. C. O. Burge, 191
  • Newspaper Printing Machinery, Mr. P. Marshall, 224
  • New York, Newhaven and Hartford Railway, The Torrington Bridge, 276
  • “Nile,” H.M.S., 165
  • Noble’s Vertical Engine, 502
  • North of England, 19, 40, 60, 81 102 192 142, 161, 182, 207, 227, 247, 267, 288, 305, 326, 343, 367, 389, 409, 430, 447, 467, 487, 505, 527
  • North-Western Compound Locomotives, 317, 364
  • Norton Sluices, Manchester Ship Canal, 374, 380
  • Notes from Germany, 20, 40, 60, 82, 102, 122, 142, 162, 182, 208, 228, 248, 268, 288, 306, 326, 344, 368, 390, 410, 430, 448, 467, 487, 506, 528
  • Notes from Scotland, 19, 40, 60, 82, 102, 129, 142, 162, 182, 208, 228, 248, 268, 288, 3O6, 326, 344, 368, 390, 410, 430, 448, 467, 487, 506, 527
  • Notes from Lancashire, 18, 39, 59, 81, 101, 121, 141, 160, 181, 207, 227, 247, 267, 287, 305, 325, 343, 367, 389, 409, 429, 447, 466, 486, 505, 526
  • Notes and Memoranda, 5, 27, 47, 71, 93, 109, 133, 149, 171, 195, 219, 240, 248, 279, 293, 324, 331, 357, 375, 397, 417, 439, 459, 479, 498, 513
  • Notes in Parliament, 166, 226, 263, 387, 501
  • Notices to Correspondents, 11, 33, 53, 73, 95, 135, 155, 175, 197, 221, 241, 261, 281, 299, 319, 337, 381, 403, 423, 441, 461, 481, 499, 519
  • Nursey, Mr. P. F., Pick’s System of Manufacturing Salt in Vacuo, 455
  • OBITUARY:—
  • - Adamson, Mr. Daniel, 56
  • - Allen, Mr. Horatio, 79
  • - Burns, Sir George, 458
  • - Fletcher, Mr. Edward, 18
  • - Gray, Mr. Thomas, 243, 255
  • - Hallauer, Al. Octave-Ren6, 474
  • - Halske, Herr Johann Georg, 259
  • - Hirn, Mr. Gustave Adolphe, 97 231
  • - Inglis, Mr. Wm., 339
  • - Jordan, Mr. T. B., 495
  • - M’Alpine. Mr. Wm. Jarvis, 218
  • - McNab, Mr. Wm., 468
  • - Nasmyth, Mr. James, 383, 406
  • - Needham, Mr. E. AL, 99
  • - Oldham, Air. J., 504
  • - Standfield, Mr., 206
  • Ocean Patrol, Proposed, 463
  • Ognard, Mr Portable Slow Combustion Stove, Pans Exhibition, 36
  • Oldham, Mr. J., 504
  • Open-Hearth Steel Manufacture, The, 405
  • Orange, Mr. James, on the “Tytam Waterworks, Hong Kong,” 148
  • Orel, Triple-expansion Engines of tje s.s., Messrs. R and W. Hawthorn (Supplement, May 30th,1890)
  • Organs, Blowing Church, 204
  • PADDLE Engines, Mr. G. W. Buckwell on the Influence of the Weather, 330
  • Paddle Steamer “Duchess of Hamilton,” Fast, 496
  • Paint Grinding Mill, Messrs. Follows and Bates, 57
  • Palmer, jun and Co., Messrs. N. F., Engines and Boilers of the U. S. Armour Cruiser, 332, 340, 341
  • Panama Canal, The, 317
  • Panama Canal Commission, New Report of, 455, 497
  • Panama Canal, Completion of the, 96
  • Panama Canal, Failure of the, 423
  • Paper Stamping and Cutting Machinery ? 241
  • Parallel Motion, A, Air. Alex. P. Trotter, 148
  • PARIS EXHIBITION, 255
  • - Decauville Railway at, 76
  • - Express Locomotive, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. James Stirling, 3, 17
  • - Fives-Lille Engine, The, 213, 316
  • - Gas Engine, 100-Horse, M. Delamare-Deboutteville and M. Malandrin, Mr. Thomas Powell, 37
  • - Goods Engine, Belgian State Railways, Societe Mareinelle et Couillet, 66, 72
  • - New Express Engine for the Italian Medi- terranean Railway, 275, 280
  • PARIS EXHIBITION (continued):—
  • - Six-coupled Engine for the Mediterranear Railway, Commendatore Frescot, 150 151
  • - Triple-expansion Engine, 300-Horse Power, Mr Ihomas Powell, 29, 32
  • - Wheelock Engine, Machine Hall, M. M. A. de Quillacq, 114, 118
  • Paris Municipal Council and English Machinery, The, 338
  • Parkinson, Mr. R. M., Wivenhoe Dry Dock, 158
  • Parkinson, Mr. H. H, Notes on Labour and Prices in India, 57
  • Parliamentary Notes, 387
  • Patent Action for Infringement of, and Decision of the French Cour de Cassation, 485
  • Patent Office, The, 31, 54
  • Patent, A Strange, 166
  • Patton, Mr. W. H. Cross Cut-off Valve Gear, 284
  • Paxon, Mr. H. C., Gold Mining in Merionethshire, 243
  • Pearson, Mr., Express Engine, Bristol and Exeter Railway, Messrs. Rothwell and Co., 356, 358, 372, 373, 377
  • Peat ? 359
  • Peirce, Mr. R., Use of Steel for Making Pipe Mains, 335
  • Pennsylvania Standard, The, 1
  • People's Palace Technical Schools (Beaumont Trust), List of Lectures, 24
  • Perforated Iron and Steel Sheets ? 319
  • Perilous Passage of a Channel Steamer, 99
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Development of the, Mr. J. H. Anderson, 30
  • Peters Bartsch and Co., Messrs., Combination Copper and Asbestos Steam Joint Washers, 323
  • Petroleum, Steamships for Carrying, 176
  • Phillips, Mr. David, Comparative Corrosion of Iron and Steel under Various Conditions, 426
  • Phillips, Evans, and Co., Messrs., Controlling Apparatus for Bessemer Converters, 465
  • Pick's System of Manufacturing Salt in Vacuo, 455
  • Pier, Clacton-on-Sea, 317
  • Pilcher, Mr. P. S., Loam Moulding, 463
  • Pipe Laying ? 423
  • Pipe Mains, Use of Steel for Making, 335
  • Pistons and Balanced Valves, American, 167
  • Platt s Bolt and Rivet Forging Machine, 385
  • Plymouth, Devonport and South-Western Junction Railway, 196, 199, 444, 456, 476, 480
  • Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Bailway The Shillamill Viaduct, 196, 199
  • Plymouth, The New Direct to, 196, 199, 444, 445, 456 476 480
  • Pneumutic Power Hammer, The Alldays and Onions Pneumatic and Engineering Co., 264
  • Polygonal Driving Wheels, 277
  • Pontefract Waterworks, 40
  • Portland Cement Works ? 115
  • Poulden, Mr Mormugao Harbour and Breakwater, 146
  • Powell, Mr. Thos., 300-Horse Power Triple Expansion Engine, Paris Exhibition, 29, 32
  • Power Required to Drive Circular Saws and Planing Machines ? 115
  • Preston Mr. F. C., on Liquid Fuel, 390
  • Price, Mr. James, Lough Erne Drainage, 259
  • Priestman’s Dredger, 497
  • Private Bill Legislation, 56
  • Problem in Train Resistance, A, 222
  • Problems in Dynamics, 31, 54, 98 132
  • Problems in Dynamics, Mr. A. S. Bower, 98
  • Propeller Shafts, Corrosion of, 151, 170
  • Public Works Department, India, The, 261
  • Public Works in Rome, 446
  • Pulley, Cordingley’s, 201
  • Pump, Economic Steam, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 147
  • Pump, Hydraulic, for Gunpowder Plant, Messrs. Stevenson and Co., 147
  • Pump, Steam Ballast, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 147
  • Pumping Plant at the Liverpool Docks, 9
  • Pumps, Automatic, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic Sewage, 130, 131
  • Punctuality of Trains, The, 428
  • Purification of Sewage, The, 499
  • QUICK-FIRING Gun, Armstrong 47in., 173
  • Quillacq, M. A. de, Wheelock Engine, Machine Hall, Paris Exhibition, 114, 118 189
  • Quincy, Mr. W. P., Combining Indicator Diagrams, 78
  • RADIAL Valve Gears, Slide Valve and, 405
  • Railroading on the Water, 129
  • Railway Brakes for India, 31 54
  • Railway Bridges, 191, 226, 237, 276
  • Railway Enterprises, The Great, 500
  • Railway, Central London, 33
  • Railway, The Furness, 156
  • Railway Half-year, The, 500
  • Railway Matters, 5, 27, 47, 71, 93, 109, 133, 149, 171, 195, 219, 240, 258, 279, 293, 324, 331, 357, 375, 397, 417, 439, 459, 479, 498, 513
  • Railway Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction, 196, 199, 456, 476, 480
  • Railway, Proposed Cork and Fermoy, 35
  • Railway Resistances, 340
  • Railway Servants’ Eyesight, 95, 99 113
  • Railway, The South Indian, 259
  • Railway Speeds, 218, 237, 255, 316, 334, 364, 386, 435
  • Railway, The Steepest in the World, 334
  • Railway Wagon Brake, A New, Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, 111, 112
  • Railway, The West Highland, 169
  • Railways in Africa, 300
  • Railways and Coal Development, 96
  • Railways, Electrical, 398
  • Railways in Ireland, Light, 46
  • Railways and Mails, 300
  • Railways in the Straits Settlements, 156
  • Railways in Wales, 172
  • Railways in War, The Use of, 521
  • Ransome’s Method of Increasing the Tensile strength of Iron by Torsion, 113
  • Rathmines Waterworks, Mr. Stanford on the, 206
  • Rating of Machinery, The, 323, 359, 442 476
  • Rating of Machinery Bill, The, 386, 416, 435, 442, 455, 463
  • Ravensworth, Earl, Presidential Address at the Institution of Naval Architects, 252
  • Reaction of Air on Planes, 202
  • Reaction of Jets, 152, 202, 218, 236, 237, 278, 416
  • Recent Gales and Sea Defences, The, 116
  • Recessing Machine, Messrs. Jacobs and Co., 246
  • Recovery of Silver ? The, 519
  • Red-short and Cold-short, 416
  • Reducing Valve, Mr. W. Reid, 36
  • Reform Column of 1832, 382
  • Reid, Mr. W., Reducing Valve, 36
  • Rennoldson, Mr. T. P., Combining Indicator Diagram, 112
  • Resistance of the Atmosphere, The, 461
  • Resistance of Flue Tubes of Steam Boilers to Collapse, Mr. E. G. Hiller on the, 113
  • Reversing Roller Mills ? 359
  • Revolving Cylinder Engines, No. II., Valve Gear, 329
  • Revolving Engine Applied on Board Ship, Mr. A. Rigg on the, 272
  • Rey, Mr. Henri, Balham Safety Bicycle, 151
  • Rhine, Utilising the Water Power of the, 137
  • Rhone Mills ? 403
  • Richardson’s Balanced Valve, 167
  • Richardson and Sons, Messrs., Boilers of the s.s. “Tartar,” 420
  • Rickinson, Mr., Improved Door Lock Knob, 514
  • Richmond, Proposed Lock and Bridge at, 157
  • Rigg, Mr. A., on the Revolving Engine Applied on Board Ship, 272
  • Rio Tinto Company, Steam Dredger for the, Messrs. Priestman Brothers, 497
  • Rival Marks Bills, The, 283
  • Rivet and Bolt Forging Machine, Platt’s, 385
  • Road Roller and Traction Engine Combined, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, 515
  • Roads and Streets, Formation and Maintenance of, Mr. Alex. Stewart, 70
  • Robertson’s Spring Fire-door, 486
  • Robertson and Co., Messrs. A. W., Fire-door Spring, 486
  • Robinson, Mr. Gilbert, Climax Light, 57
  • Robinson, Mr. John, Barry Dock Works and Machinery, including the Hydraulic Machinery and the Mode of Tipping Coal, 304
  • Robinson, Mr. John G., Passenger Locomotive, Waterford and Limerick Railway (Supplement February l4th, 1890)
  • Rome, Public Works in, 446
  • Roof Truss, A Rational, by Robert H. Graham, 393
  • Rope-driving Gear ? 261
  • Ropemaking Machine, Glover’s, 204
  • Rotary Concentrators ? 519
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY:-
  • - Competitive Trials of the, 404
  • - Disintegrator and Grist Mill Trials, 521—523
  • - New List of Members, 137
  • - Prizes for Threshing Machines, 340, 514
  • - Show at Plymouth, 501
  • ROYAL INSTITUTION
  • - “On Electricity and Magnetism,” Lord Rayleigh, 106
  • - “Foam,” Lord Rayleigh, 234
  • - Lectures after Easter, List of, 199, 228
  • - Notices of Lectures and Meetings, 292
  • - On the Three Stages of Shakespeare’s Art, The Rev. Canon Ainger, 106
  • Royal Military Exhibition, The, 426
  • Royal Show, The Cost of a, 299
  • Royal Show at Plymouth, 148
  • ROYAL SOCIETY:—
  • - Conversazione of, 400
  • - Plasticity of Ice, Mr. Thos. Andrews, 504
  • Royal Society Conversazione, The, 494
  • Russell, Mr., Some Types of the British Navy, 228
  • Russell, Mr. R., Geology of the South Portion of. the Yorkshire Coalfield, 66
  • Russian Volunteer Fleet, The, 243, 438
  • Ryan, Professor, Laws of Thermo-dynamics, 170
  • SAFETY in Mines, Relative, 425
  • Sagar’s Log Band Sawing Machine, 147
  • St. Leonard Company, Tank Engine for Light Trains, Belgian State Railways, 323
  • Salt in Vacuo, Mr. P. F. Nursey on Pick’s System of Manufacturing, 455
  • Savery, Mr. Thos., his Will, 442
  • Savile, Mr., on the Tower Bridge, 234
  • Sawing Machine, Sagar’s Log Band, 147
  • “Scaw,” The, 468
  • Scientific Investigation as Applied to the Manufacture of Iron and Steel, Dr. C. R. Alder Wright, 8
  • Scothern Flour Mills, Boiler Explosion at, 239
  • Scott and Co., Messrs., Combined Engine and Dynamos, 276
  • Scottish Main Railway System, Suggestion for a, 334
  • Screw Slotting Device, The Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company, 131
  • Sea Water in London, 454
  • Seaborne Coal, Discharging Berths for, 92, 162
  • Seamless Tubes, On, 516
  • Search Light Projector, 496
  • Selected American Patents, 22, 42, 62, 84, 104, 124, 144, 164, 184, 210, 230, 250,270, 290, 328, 346, 370, 392, 412, 432, 450, 469, 490, 508, 530
  • Series Electric Railway System, Dewey’s, 398
  • Sewage Disposal, Leyton, Mr. J. G. Browning, 313
  • Shafting, Mr. J. F. Elsworth on the Journals, Footsteps, and Thrust Bearings of, 226
  • Shanghai Waterworks, Mr. J. W. Hart, 148
  • Shaw’s Power Transmitter, 322
  • Sheerness Dockyard, Chief Engineer of, 31
  • Sheerness Yard, Proposed New Dock at, 263
  • Sheffield Canal, The, 183
  • Sheffield District, 19, 39, 59, 81, 102, 121, 141, 161, 181, 207, 228, 247, 267, 287, 305, 325, 343, 367, 389, 409, 429, 447, 467, 487, 505, 527
  • Shillamill Viaduct, The, 196, 199, 456
  • Shipbuilding, The Lull in, 136
  • Shipbuilding in Scotland, 137
  • Shipping World Year-book for 1890, 24
  • Shrinkage of Oak Timber ? The, 441, 455
  • Siemens Furnace, Messrs, Head and Pouff’s New Form of, 382
  • Signal Cyclometer Company, The Cyclometer, 140
  • Simon, Mr. F. W., Architect of the Edinburgh Exhibition Buildings, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351
  • Simpkins, Mr. Wm., on “The Strength of Materials,” 146
  • Slide Rule, Celluloid Calculating, 301
  • Slide Valve and Radial Valve Gears, Mr. W. J. Tennant on, 405
  • Sluices, Norton, Manchester Ship Canal, 374, 380
  • Sluice, Preventing the Destruction of a, 131
  • Smith, Professor Robt. H., and Henman, Mr. Wm., Design for a Great Tower for London (Height 1400ft.), 493
  • Smith, Mr. T., Locomotive Steam Crane, 384
  • Smith’s Locomotive Steam Crane, 383, 384
  • Smith’s Reaction Machine Hammer, 478
  • Smoke Abatement, 431
  • Snell, Mr. A. T., Distribution of Energy over Large Areas in Mines by Electricity, 66
  • Snell, Mr. W. H., 225
  • Soap-making ? 33
  • Societe Anonyme Van den Kerchove, Berlin Electric Lighting Engines (Supplement April 18th, 1890), 298, 302
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS :—
  • - List of Papers for the Wednesday Evening Meetings after Easter, 296
  • SOCIETY, BATH AND WEST AND SOUTHER? COUNTIES’ :—
  • - Annual Exhibition at Rochester, 205
  • SOCIETY, CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS’:-
  • - Annual Dinner of, 408
  • - Explosives, Mr. Ernest Spon, 303
  • - Gold Mining in Merionethshire, Mr. H. C, Paxon, 243
  • - Italian Water Supply, Mr. Fairlie Bruce, 162
  • - “Notes on Labour and Prices in India,” Mr. H. H. Parkinson, 57
  • - Recent Improvements in Dredging Machinery. Mr. Ambrose A. Myall, 317
  • - Visit to Henley’s Telegraph Works, 446
  • - Visit to the Peninsularand Oriental s.s. “Victoria,” 264
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :—
  • - Application of Water Pressure to Machine Tools and Appliances, Mr. Ralph Hart Tweddell, 191
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Henrj Adams, 120
  • - Pick’s System of Manufacturing Salt in Vacuo, Mr. P. F. Nursey, 455
  • - Presentation of Premiums by Mr. Jonathan R. Baillie, 120
  • - Visit to the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, 504
  • - Weighing Machinery and Automatic Apparatus in connection therewith, Mr. W. FI. Brothers, 313
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE SHEFFIELD
  • - Development of the Open-hearth Steel Furnace, Mr. B. H. Thwaite, 296
  • SOCIETY, GLOUCESTER ENGINEERING:—
  • - Laws of Thermo-dynamics, Professor Ryan, 170
  • SOCIETY, THE JUNIOR ENGINEERING;—
  • - Annual Dinner of, 97
  • - Cylinder Ratio and Heating Surface in Marine Engines and Boiler Efficiencies, Mr. R. L. Newman, 224
  • - Hydraulic Machine Tools, Mr. A. FL Tyler, 275
  • - Introduction of Expansive Working in Loco¬motives by John Gray’s Expansive Motion, 131
  • - Leyton Sewage Disposal, Mr. JohnG. Browning, 313
  • - Newspaper Printing Machinery, Mr. P. Marshall, 224
  • - Slide Valve and Radial Valve Gears, Mr. W. J. Tennant, 405
  • - Visit to Messrs. Simpson’s Engine Works, 243
  • - Visit to the s.s. “Taroba,” 170
  • SOCIETY, KING’S COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Mormugao Flarbour and Breakwater, Mr. Poulden, 146
  • - Rathmines Waterworks, Mr. Stanford on the, 206
  • - SomeTypes of the British Navy, Mr. Russell, 228
  • - Tower Bridge, Mr. Savile on the, 234
  • SOCIETY, LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :—
  • - Annual Dinner of, 70
  • - Concluding Meeting of the Session, 408
  • - Discussion on Mr. T. L. Miller’s Paper, “Efficiency of Gas Engines,” 365, 408
  • - Efficiency of Gas Engines, Mr. Thos. L. Miller, 485
  • - Excursion to Thirlmere Aqueduct, 492
  • - Mechanical Refrigeration and the Manufacture of Ice, Mr. M. C. Bannister, 67, 151
  • SOCIETY, LIVERPOOL, POLYTECHNIC:—
  • - Efficiency of Gas Engines, Mr. Thos, I. Miller, 276
  • - Liquid Fuel for Marine Boilers, Mr. T. W. C. Haldane, 92
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN:—
  • - Behaviour of Steel, Topical Discussion on the, 194
  • - Electric Welding, C. J. H. Woodbury, 511
  • SOCIETY, THE METEOROLOGICAL :—
  • - Cold Period at the Beginning of March, The, Mr. C. Harding, 317
  • SOCIETY, OWENS COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Electric Tramways, Mr. W. L. Spence, 180
  • - Resistance of Flue Tubes of Steam Boilers to Collapse, Mr. E. G. Hiller, 113
  • SOCIETY, THE PHYSICAL:
  • - Parallel Motion, A, Mr. Alex. P. Trotter, 148
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL—see Royal Agricultural Society
  • SOCIETY, STEAM ENGINE MAKERS’ :—
  • - Sixty-fifth Annual Report of, 170
  • SOCIETY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Electric Welding, Mr. W. Stericker, 365
  • - Liquid Fuel, Mr. P. T. J. Estler, 246
  • - Loam Moulding, Mr. P. S. Pilcher, 463
  • Solid Woven Flair Belting? 73
  • Sommerville, Mr. A., on Ventilation and Heat Radiation, 132, 174
  • Souleuvre, Viaduct over the, 68, 69, 70
  • South-Eastern Railway Express Locomotive, Mr. Jas. Stirling (Supplement, January 3rd, 1890) 3
  • South Indian Railway, The, 259
  • South Kensington Museum, 229, 411
  • Specifications for an American Locomotive, 296
  • Spence, Mr. W. L., Electric Tramways, 180
  • Spon, Mr. Ernest, Explosives, 303
  • Spontaneous Ignition of Coal Cargoes, Professor Vivian B. Lewes, 272, 361
  • Springfield Manufacturing Co., The, Emery Wheel Surface Planer, 36
  • Spring Work, Details of, American Locomotive Practice, 85
  • Springs, Dr. W. Stroud on, 297
  • Sprinkler, Marshall’s, 49
  • Squaring India-rubber? 221
  • Stalker, Mr. J. Jos., Combining Indicator Diagrams, 78
  • Standard of Efficiency for Steam Boilers, 329
  • Standard of Efficiency for Steam Engines, On a, 105, 145, 211, 329
  • Standfield, Mr., 206
  • Stanford, Mr., Rathmines Waterworks, 206
  • Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, The, 107, 108, 132, 138, 139
  • Starboard Engine-room of the “City of Paris” after the Accident, 314, 315 336
  • Steam to Australia, 300
  • Steam Ballast Pump, Mr. Mumford, 147
  • Steam Boilers in the United Kingdom ? 359
  • Steam Engine Efficiency, 113
  • Steam Engine Trials, Mr. Balfour Bramwell on, 234
  • Steam Engine Trials, The Objects and Method of, Professor W. C. Unwin, 246
  • Steam Flanges, Strength of, 385
  • Steam Pipes for the Navy, Clothing, 271
  • Steamers, Mining, Messrs. Cox and Co., 258, 259, 260
  • Steamers for Vancouver Station, 515
  • S.S. “Clacton-Belle,” The, 427
  • S.S. “Hercules” Compound Engines (Supplement, March 21st, 1890), 232, 233, 294, 295, 355, 364
  • Steamship Trades, The, 463
  • Steam Shipping, Our, 222
  • Steam Shipping, The Prospects of, 261
  • Steamships, British and Foreign, 282
  • Steamships for Carrying Petroleum in Bulk, 176
  • Steamships, Earnings and Expenses of, 116
  • Steamships, The Increase of, 361
  • Steamships, The Outlook for, 338
  • Steam Turbine, Mr. J. H. Dew’s Notes on a New Compound, 225
  • Steel, Mr. E. J. Ball on Changes in Magnetic Capacity and Strength of, 382
  • Steel, The Behaviour of, 194, 297, 353
  • Steel, Changes in Magnetic Capacity and Tensile Strength of, 382
  • Steel of the Forth Bridge, The, 218
  • Steel Joists, English and Belgian Competition, 75
  • Steel, Experiments upon Changes in Magnetic Capacity and Strength of, Mr. E. J. Ball, 382
  • Steel for Making Pipe Mains, Use of, Mr. K. Peirce, 335
  • Steel, Progress of Basic, 137
  • Steel Works at Mary port, New, 268
  • Steepest Bail way in the World, The, 334
  • Stericker, Mr. W., Electric Welding, 365
  • Stevenson and Co., Messrs., Hydraulic Pump for Gunpowder Plant, 147
  • Stewart, McLaren, and Dunn, Messrs., Design for a Great Tower for London (Height, 1200ft.), 512
  • Stirling, Mr. J., Express Locomotive South-Eastern Railway (Supplement, January 3rd, 1890), 3
  • Storm Waves at Jersey. 317
  • Stove, Portable Slow Combustion, 36
  • Straw Bottle Coverings ? 281
  • Strength of Corrugated Discs ? 337
  • Strength of Materials, Mr. Wm. Simpkins, 146
  • Strike, The Coal Miners’, 241
  • Strike and its Perils, A, 198
  • Strike, A Southern, 38
  • Strikes and Contracts, 237
  • Strikes and Lock-outs, An End of, 262
  • Strikes, The Theory of, 338
  • Strohm ey er, Mr. C. E., Distribution of Evapora¬tion in a Marine Boiler, 272
  • Stroud, Dr. W., on Springs, 297
  • Stuart, Mr. Alex., on the Formation and Main¬tenance of Roads and Streets, 70
  • Submarine Mining Steamer, 258, 259, 260
  • Subway Company, The City of London and South-wark, 112
  • Suggestion for a New Scottish Main Railway System, 334
  • Summit Levels ? 53
  • Sun-and-Planet Motion, The, 79
  • SUPPLEMENTS :
  • - Boiler and Pipe Arrangement of the Engines of the s.s. Hercules, 1830, March 21st, 1890
  • - Broad-gauge Locomotive, 1851, Great Western Railway, Mr. Dan. Gooch, June 13th, 1890
  • - Compound Express Locomotive, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. J. W. Worsdell, February 28th, 1890, March 7th, 1890
  • - Express Locomotive, South-Eastern Railway Mr. James Stirling, January 3rd, 1890
  • - Forth Bridge, The, February 28th, 1890
  • - H.M.'s First-class Armoured Cruiser “Im- perieuse,” 8400 tons, January 31st, 1890
  • - H.M.'s First-class Battleship “Trafalgar,” 12,500 tons, Constructed at Portsmouth Dockyard, April 25th, 1890
  • - Historical French Locomotives, June 20th 1890
  • - One Thousand Horse-power Compound Engines for Electric Lighting, Berlin, La Societe Anonyme Van den Kerchove, April 11th, 1890
  • - Passenger Locomotive, Waterford and Limerick Railway, Mr. John G. Robinson, February 14th 1890
  • - Triple-expansion Engines, s.s. “ Orel,” Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., May 30th, 1890
  • - View of Engine and Compressor Room of 150
  • - Tons Ice-making Plant, the Linde British Engineering Company, May 16th, 1890
  • Supplying Marine Boilers with Fresh Water, 516
  • Swinerton, Mr. C. E., Polygonal Driving Wheels, 277
  • Swiss Labour Conference, The, 153
  • Syndicate in the Chemical Manufacture, A, 514
  • TACTICS Coast Defence, Colonel Walford on the, 97
  • Tall Chimney Construction, 281, 317, 335
  • Tall Chimney at Halsbrucke, 303
  • Tangyes, Messrs., Electric Light and Pumping Engines, s.s. “Teutonic" and “Majestic, ”*477
  • Tank Engine for the Light Trains, Belgian State Railways, The St Leonard Company, 323
  • Tariff, The Zone, 100
  • Tariffs, A War of, 520
  • “Taroba,” Visit to the s.s., 170
  • “Tartar,” Boilers of the s.s., Messrs. Richardson and Sons, 420
  • Tavistock and Shillamill Viaducts, 196, 456
  • Tavistock Station, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway 476
  • Tavy Bridge, The Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 444, 445 480
  • Tavy Viaduct, The, 480
  • Taxation of Industry, The, 96
  • Technical Education ? 461
  • Technical Instruction, 475
  • Telegraph Conference, The International, 492
  • Telegraph, Engine-room, Messrs. Thackeray and Hurn, 45
  • Telegraphy with the East, 55
  • Telescopic Bucket Fire Extinguisher, Messer and Thorpe's, 264
  • TENDERS :—
  • - Barmouth Sewerage, 50
  • - Grain Warehouse at Boston Dock, 466
  • - Humberstone, Leicester, 431
  • TENDERS (continued):—
  • - Long Eaton Water Supply, 108
  • - Main Sewers at Criecietb, 431
  • - Navigable Canal near the Iron Gates of the Danube, 26
  • - Penmaenpool Embankment, 466
  • - Retaining Wall, Portmadoc, 466
  • - Torquay Harbour Works, 50
  • - Trefonen Water Supply, County of Salop, 97
  • - Wirral Rural Sanitary Authority, 20, 201
  • - Wood Paving, Fulham-road, 526
  • Tennant, Mr. W. J., Slide Valve and Radial Valve Gears, 405
  • Testing Road Metal ? 221
  • Thackeray and Hurn, Messrs., Engine-rcom Telegraph, 45
  • Thames, Improvement of the, 434
  • Thermo dynamical Difficulty, A, 9, 31, 54, 98
  • Thermo dynamics, Professor Ryan on the Laws of, 170
  • Thermo-dynamics of the Automatic Vacuum Brake, 509
  • Thioketone, The Worst - smelling Substance Known, 523
  • Thomas, Mr. Joseph, Method Used in Removing the Old Dock Wall, Royal Albert Dock, 330
  • Thomson Electric Welding Process, The, 75
  • Threlfall, Mr., Exhibition of New Patent Lubri¬cator, 151
  • Threshing Machine Competitions, 416, 435, 454
  • Threshing Machines, Prizes for, Royal Agricultural Society, 340, 514
  • Threshing Machine Trials, Royal Agricultural Society’s, 262
  • Thwaite, Mr. B. H., Development of the Open- hearth Steel Furnace, 296
  • Thwaite Continuous Recuperative Gas Furnace, 277
  • Thwaite Heliographie Print Developing Bath, The, 399
  • Tiber, Discovery of Ancient Engineering Work on the, 79
  • Tilter, Brangwin’s Carboy, 264
  • Time Tests, 105, 132, 152, 170, 203
  • Tipping Coal, Barry Dock Works and Mode of, 304
  • Titan Crane, All-round, Warrnamboul Harbour Works, 460, 464
  • Tomlinson, Mr. J.,Inaugural Addressas President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 387
  • Tools for Turning Chilled Rolls? 33
  • Tornado, The Louisville, 317
  • Tornados, 364
  • Torpedo Boat “Cushing,” 38
  • Torpedo Boats for Turkish Government, The Germania Company, 25, 26, 28
  • Torrington Bridge, Naugatuck Division, New York, New Haven and Hartford Railway, The Berlin Bridge Company, 276
  • Tower Armoury, The, 482
  • Tower Bridge, Mr. Savile on the, 234
  • Tower Competition, The, 354, 362, 363, 376, 383, 427, 464, 492, 493
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1200ft.), Messrs. Stewart, McLaren, and Dunn, 512
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1250ft.), Ad Coelum Jusseris Ibit, 464
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1250ft.), Mr. H. Davey, 427
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1290ft.), Mr. J. Sinclair Fairfax, 376, 383
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1300ft.), Mr. W. Hugh Woodcock, 363
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1320ft.), Mr. T. C. Clarke, 354
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1400ft.), Prof. Robt. H. Smith, and Mr. Wm. Henman, 493
  • Tower for London, Design for a Great (Height, 1550ft.), Mr. Max Am Ende, 362
  • Traction Engine and Road Roller, Combined, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, 515
  • Trade with Chili, 78
  • Trade and the Shipping Season, 283
  • Trades’ Unions and Strikes, 73
  • “Trafalgar,” H.M.’s First-class Battleship, 12,500 tons {Supplement, April 25th, 1890), 165, 243
  • Train Resistance, 237
  • Train Resistance, A Problem in, 317
  • Tramcar Propulsion, Compressed Air, 235
  • Tramway, Edinburgh Cable, 157
  • Trials of the s.s. “FusiYama,” “ Colchester,” “Tartar,” Prof. A. B.W. Kennedy, 365, 371, 378
  • Trotter, Mr. Alex. P., A Parallel Motion, 148
  • Tube-making Plant? 241
  • Tube and Pipe Bending Machine, Fowler’s, 65
  • Tubes, On Seamless, 516
  • Tully’s Combination Boiler Tool, 453
  • Tunnel, The Blackwall, 261
  • Turbine, Mr. J. H. Dew’s Notes on a New Compound Steam, 225
  • Turbine, Registered Empress, Messrs. H. Kennedy and Son, 502
  • Turkish Government, Torpedo Boats and Torpedo Boat Engines for the, The Germania Company, 25, 26, 28
  • Turner, Mr. J. H. T., on the “Construction of the Yokohama Waterworks,” 148
  • Turners’ Company, Honorary Feedom and Livery of, Conferred on Sir John Fowler and Sir B. Baker, 263
  • Tweddell, Mr, Ralph Hart, Application of Water Pressure to Machine Tools and Appliances, 191
  • Twickenham Local Board, The, Tidal Dock at St. Margaret’s, 18
  • Types of the British Navy, Mr. Russell on Some, 228
  • Tytam Waterworks, Hong Kong, Mr. Jas. Orange, 148
  • Tyler, Mr. A. H., Hydraulic Machine Tools, 243, 275
  • ULEFOS-STRENGEN Canal, Norway, 157
  • Underground Railway Bill, The New, 352, 372
  • Underground Range, 4th V.B. Queen’s Royal W. Surrey Regiment, Kennington, 310, 311
  • United States, New Fleet for the, 86
  • United States Tariff, The, 405
  • University College of South Wales, 443
  • Unskilled Labour in Mines, 38
  • Unwin, Professor W. C., on “Objects and Methods of Steam Engine Trials,” 246
  • Urquhart, Mr. Thomas, on the Compounding of Locomotives Burning Petroleum Refuse in Russia, 87
  • Use of Cast and Wrought Iron for Pipes, Mr. Knight on the, 335
  • VALUE of Drawings and Patterns? 175
  • Valve, Automatic Back IVessure Relief, Mr. W. Wood, 436
  • Valve, Balanced, Delancey's, 167
  • Valve, Balanced, Richardson’s, 167
  • Valve Gear, Cross Cut-off, Mr. W. H. Patton, 284
  • Valve Gear, Four-coupled Locomotive, Old Colony Railway, 451
  • Valve, Patent Automatic Steam Stop, 476
  • Valves, Balanced, Delaney’s and Richardson's, 167
  • Valve, Reducing, Mr. W. Reid, 36
  • “Vauban,” Triple-expansion Engines of the s.s., 422, 425
  • Velocity of the Wind on the Eiffel Tower and at the Forth Bridge, 486
  • Ventilation, Mr. D. G. Hoey, 458
  • Ventilation of Coal Mines, The, 132, 170
  • Ventilation of Engine-rooms, The, 136, 158, 255
  • Ventilation of Engine and Boiler-rooms, 136, 153, 255
  • Ventilation and Heat Radiation, Mr. A. Sommerville, 132, 174
  • Vertical Boilers ? 221
  • Viaduct, The Shillamill, 196, 199
  • Viaduct over the Souleuvre, Vire, St. Lo, and Caen Railway, 68, 69, 70
  • Viaducts, The Tavistock and Shillamill, 196, 456
  • “Victoria,” H.M.S., The 110.5-ton Guns for, 251
  • Vire, St. Lo, and Caen Railway, Viaduct over the Souleuvre, 68, 69, 70
  • Vortex Blast Pipes, 113, 153
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct to Liverpool, The, 414, 415
  • Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, Liverpool Water Supply, Mr. Thomas Hawksley and Mr. G. F. Deacon, 514, 518, 519
  • WADE, Mr. E. H, on Locomotive Running and Management, 151
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 20, 40, 60, 82,122, 142, 162, 182, 208, 228, 248, 268, 288, 306, 326, 344, 368, 390, 410, 430, 448, 467, 488, 506, 528
  • Walford, Colonel, Defence of Modern Fortresses, 356
  • Walford, Colonel, on the Tactics of Coast Defence, 97
  • Walker, Mr. G. Blake, Coal-cutting Machines, 66
  • 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
  • Walton, Mr. F. T., on the Construction of the Dufferin Bridge over the Ganges, 226
  • War Department Submarine Mining Steamer, 258, 259, 260
  • Washers, Combination Copper and Asbestos Steam Joint, Messrs. Peters, Barstch, and Co., 323
  • Washington Conference, Rear-Admiral Colomb, 272
  • Waste Acids from Galvanising Works, 425
  • Water Pressure, Application of, to Machine Tools and Appliances, Mr. R. H. Tweddell, 191
  • Water Supply, Italian, 162
  • Water Supply, Liverpool, 514, 519
  • Water Supply of London, The, 361
  • Water, Transmitting Power by, 41
  • Waterford and Limerick Railway, Passenger Locomotive, Mr. John G. Robinson (Supplement, February 14th, 1890)
  • Waterworks, The Agra, 475
  • Waterworks in China and Japan, 148
  • Waterworks, Hong Kong, 148
  • Waterworks, Mid-Kent, 183
  • Waterworks, Rathmines, 206
  • Waterworks, Shanghai, 148
  • Waterworks, Yokohama, 148
  • Watkin Tower, The, 511
  • Way, Mr. Edward J., Blyde River Aqueduct, Transvaal, 256, 257
  • Waygood, Messrs., Lift Gear, 436
  • Weighing Machinery and Automatic Apparatus in Connection therewith, Mr. W. H. Brothers,313
  • Weighton, Mr. R. L., Rule of the North-East Coast Institute of Engineers and Shipbuilders for the Normal Indicated Horse-power of Marine Engines and Boilers, 224
  • Welding, Application of Electricity to, Sir Fred. Bramwell on, 321
  • Welding, Electric, Cost of, 174
  • Welding by Electricity, 145, 321
  • Wells’ Light with Self-starter, The, 130
  • West, Mr. John, on “Gas v. Electricity,” 44
  • West Hartlepool Central Engineering Works, New Forge, 108, 110
  • West Highland Railway, Scotland, 169
  • Westinghouse Buffer, the, 213, 214
  • Weston Mill Lake Bridge, Plymouth, Devonport, and South-Western Junction Railway, 480
  • Weymersch Electric Battery, The, 264
  • Wheeler, Mr. Wm. Henry, Bars at the Mouths of Tidal Estuaries, 120
  • Wheelock Engine with Guard Pumps for Eiffel Tower Lifts, MA. de Quillacq, 114, 118, 189
  • Wheels, Polygonal Driving, Mr. C. E. Swinerton, 277
  • White, Mr., Notes on Recent Naval Manoeuvres, 252
  • White Metal Bearings, 499
  • Will of Thos. Savery, 442
  • Wire Rope Driving? 221, 211
  • Wivenhoe Dry Dock, The, Mr. B. M. Parkinson, 158
  • Wood, Mr. W,, Automatic Back Pressure Relief Valve, 436
  • Wood Paper Pulp? 155
  • Woodbury, Mr. C. J. H., Electric Welding, 511
  • Woodcock Mr. W. Hugh, Design for a Great Tower for London (Height, 1300ft), 363
  • Worsdell, Mr. T W., Compound Express Locomotive, North-Astern Railway (Supplement, February 28th, March 7th, 1890), 185, 188 224
  • Wreck Caused by a Lighthouse, 198
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs., British Gunbcats for the Zambesi and Shire Rivers, 440
  • Yokohama Waterworks, Construction of the, Mr. J. H. T. Turner, 148
  • ZONE Tariff, The, 100

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