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The Engineer 1891/01/30

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Main Subjects

  • Compound Locomotives - The Best Form, p 96.
  • Cyanide Process of Gold Extraction, p 88.
  • Editorial, p 91.
    • London Water Supply Inquiry.
    • Home Rule for the Navy - William Jervois.
    • Super-Heated Steam.
    • A Check to Shipbuilding.
    • The Prospects of Trade.
  • Engineers, Engine Room Artificers and Stokers for the Navy, continued from p 539, p 96.
  • French Torpedo Boats, p 81, 82 and 83. (Illustrated).
    • M. Normand.
  • Graydon Dynamite Gun, p 94 and 95. (Illustrated).
  • Helical Gearing, p 81.
  • Hong Kong and Victoria Gap Tramway, p 86 and 87. (Illustrated).
  • Lloyd's Register Shipbuilding Returns, p 97.
  • Passive State of Iron and Steel, p 88.
    • Thomas Andrews.
  • Prospective Private Bill Legislation, p 87.
  • Safety Brake for Mountain Railways, p 98. (Illustrated).
  • Shipbuilding on the Continent, p 86.
  • Tenders - Cast Iron Girder Bridge, p 98.

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