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The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1892 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • ABERDEEN Royal Infirmary, Electric Light Installation, 324
  • Abingdon Sewerage, 580
  • Abnormal Railways ? 199
  • Abnormal Railways, 263, 307
  • Abraham’s Rotary Pumps ? 53
  • Abraham’s “Quadruple” Acting Wing Pump, 478
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 169, 228, 257, 345, 447, 565, 576
  • Accident, The Clapham Junction, 352
  • Accident at Melton, The Railway, 156
  • Accidents in Mines, 80
  • Accumulator Traction, Mr. L. Epstein, 11
  • Addy, Mr. Geo., New Safety Grindstone Rest, 56
  • Aden Harbour, 279
  • Adolph, Herr, Portland Cement Packing Rings 348
  • Adulterated Oxygen, 503
  • Aerial Navigation, 10
  • Aerotransitor, Attainments Realised in Quarter- main’s, 568
  • Air Filter, Brigg’s, 399
  • Alexandra Graving Dock, Belfast, Mr. W. H, Kelly, 456
  • Alexandre, M., The Pollet Swing Bridge, Dieppe (Supplement, July 29th, 1892), 95, 105, 134, 216, 218
  • Alhambra Threatre, Re-arrangement of the Electric Lighting at the, 265
  • Alkali Trade, New Development of the, 373
  • Allix’s Boiler Tube Expander, 126
  • Alloys of Iron and Chromium, Mr. Hadfield on, 256
  • Alternator, The Mordey, 354, 355
  • Amalgamated Society of Engineers, 538
  • Amateurs and Others, 131
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, The Communication across the Thames between Ratcliff and Ratherhithe, 363
  • American Coke Manufacture, The, 241
  • American Competition Impending ? Is, 513
  • American Cjmpatition in Shipping and Building 473
  • American Competition in Shipping and Shipbuilding, 201
  • American Criticism on English Railroads, An, 575
  • American Engineering News, 18, 57, 116, 138, 182, 204, 230, 292, 314, 334, 381, 402, 447, 546, 568, 585, 590
  • American and English Locomotives, 10, 137, 444, 481
  • American Locomotives, English v., 414. 481, 502
  • American Manufactures, The Recent Growth of, 453
  • American Notes, 23, 43, 81, 99, 119, 141, 161, 211, 233, 270, 273, 295, 317, 337, 361, 405, 424, 470, 492, 513, 548, 568
  • American Revival, Our Engineering and Machinery Trades, 440
  • American Ship Canal from the Great Lakes to the Sea, 225
  • American Tariff Now? What of the, 440
  • America, Trial of Nickel Steel Plates in, 49
  • Ammonia from Blast Furnaces ? 285
  • Anderson’s, Messrs., Hot Compressed Air Carpet Cleaning, 478
  • Anderson Process at the Worcester Corporation Waterworks, 67
  • Anhydride Refrigerators, Carbonic, 36
  • Annunciator, Station, 553
  • Anthracite Coal for Domestic Use, 465, 489
  • Anti-Fouling Paints in the Navy, 40
  • Apotheosis of the Producer, The, 264
  • Apprenticeship System, The, 199
  • Apprentices, Training of, 461
  • Aqueduct, The New Barton, Manchester Ship Canal, 130, 152, 155, 169
  • Aqueduct, Vyrnwy (Supplement, July 15th, 1892), 14
  • Arbitration, 233
  • Arbitration v. Actions at Law, 507
  • Arbitration, The London Chamber of, 484
  • “Areas” Silver, 538
  • Arc Light System, The Leeds, 332
  • Argentine Twin-Screw Armourclad Ram “Libertad,” 427
  • Armfield’s Conical Bran Duster, 30
  • Armfield and Co., Messrs., One-Rack Roller Mill Plant, 29
  • Armour, Diagonal, United States Steamships “Massachusetts” and “Indiana,” 49
  • Armour Plate Competition, Russian, 483
  • Armour Plate Planing and Slotting Machines for the United States, Messrs. Smith, Beacock, and Tannett, 394, 400
  • Armour Plate Trial, Harvey Nickel, 147, 169
  • Armour Plate, The Vickers-Harvey, 427
  • Armour Plates, Recent Progress in, 240
  • Armour Plates for the United States, 428
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Messrs., The Brazilian Cruiser “ Tiradentes,” 281
  • Arnull, Mr. T., Permanent Way Construction, 11
  • Artesian, Boring a Quarter of a Mile Deep, 353
  • Asbestos, On the Mining, Manufacture, and Uses of, 544
  • Ashes Washing Machine, 258
  • Association, The British—see British Association
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE LEEDS
  • - Theory of the Modern Gas Engine, Mr. W. Norris, 545
  • - Trade, The State of, Mr. Lupton on, 313
  • - Some Beautiful Mathematical Curves and their Application to Mechanics, Mr. Benjamin H Agate, 400
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN, LONDON :—
  • - Election of Ordinary Members, 450
  • - Electricity from the Supply Company to the Consumer, Mr. R. J. Batt, 324
  • ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS, andC.:—
  • - Energy and Inertia and tbeir Relationship to Dynamo Electric Apparatus, Mr. S. A. Varley, 46
  • - Manufacture of Sound Steel Ingots, Mr. F. Korb, 450
  • - Shipbuilding, Mr. Taylor, 543
  • - Ships and Guns, Mr. H. T. Coates, 268
  • ASSOCIATION, IRON TRADES’ EMPLOYERS’ :—
  • - Twentieth Annual Report, 112
  • ASSOCIATION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE BIRMINGHAM
  • - Annual Meeting, 546
  • - Annual Picnic, 11
  • - Opening Meeting of the Session, President Mr. A. Driver, 345
  • - Steam Engine Indicators, Mr. Bancroft, 413
  • - Visit to the City Gasworks, Birmingham, 507
  • ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGI-NEERS, THE INCORPORATED
  • - Examination of Candidates, 353
  • - Notes on the Factory and Workshop Act, Mr. Percy Boulnois, 388
  • ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS, INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • - Visit to the Barton Section of the Manchester Ship Canal, 570
  • Atkinson’s Rotary Blower, 348
  • Atkinson’s “Utility” Gas Engine, 446
  • Atlantic, The Future of the, 439, 480, 484, 502, 568, 589
  • Atlantic Landing Stage, An, 305
  • Atlantic Liners, 327
  • Atlantic Liners, Development of the Machinery of, 498
  • Atlas Engine Company, The, Milling Machines and Lathes, 486
  • Atlas Works, Sheffield, Visit of the Members of the Institute of North-East Coast Shipbuilders and Engineers, 5
  • Atmospheric Railway, The, 551
  • Australian Market for Irrigating Machinery, 265
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 78, 182, 279, 358, 448, 490, 568
  • Automatic Signals from the Westminster Clock, 161
  • Ayrton and Perry, Messrs., Exhibits at the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 75
  • BAILEY, D. J. H., On the Impurities of Town Air, 128
  • Balcombe, Mid-Sussex Waterworks, 504, 509, 551, 552, 556
  • Baldwin, Locomotives in New South Wales, 253
  • Balfour, Mr. A., On Technical Education, 561
  • Balloon, The Bruce Electrical War, 48
  • “Bally” Cam, The, 289
  • Bearings, Carboid Oilless, 355
  • Bearings without Lubricants, Mr. Killingworth Hedges, 158
  • Beesley, Mr. F., Drainage of Mytholmroyd, 489
  • Belgium, A Mercantile Marine for, 368
  • Bell, Sir I. Lowthian, On the Manufacture of Iron in Relation to Agriculture, 256
  • Belt, Gasking’s, Steel and Leather Link, 30
  • Benches, Draw, 500
  • Benet, Mr. Laurence V., Effect of Smokeless Powder in Guns, 166
  • Bessemer and Open-hearth Steel Manufacture, The, 264
  • Bethlehem Harvey Nickel Steel Plate, 241
  • Bancroft, Mr., on Steam Engine Indicators, 413
  • Baraclough, Mr. W. H., On the Mannesmann Process for Rolling Seamless Tubes from Solid Ingots, 540
  • Barcelona, Art Industries Exhibition at, 128
  • “Barfleur,” H.M.S. Second-class Battleship, 90, 94, 116
  • Barley Dressing Machinery, Messrs. Nalder and Nalder, 553
  • Baros, M., His Paper at the Congress on Naviga¬tion at Paris, 168
  • Barton Aqueduct, Manchester Ship Canal, 130, 152, 155, 169
  • Basic Bessemer Plant of the Pottstown Iron Co., The, 408
  • Batavia Exhibition, 1893, The, 410
  • Batt, Mr. R. J., On Electricity from the Supply Company to the Consumer, 324
  • Battleship “Barfleur,” H.M.S. Second-class, 90, 94, 116
  • Baudry and Bland, MM., Compound Locomotive, Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 300, 306
  • Bauer’s Self-centreing Chuck, 446
  • Bauer’s Tube and Bolt Grip, 446
  • Baxter and Co., Messrs., Steam Winding Gear for 75-ton Shear Legs, 369
  • Biles, Professor, Opening Lecture of the Session of the Glasgow University Engineering Society, 459
  • Birkinbine, Mr. John, On the Industrial Progress of the Schuylkill Valley Region, 407
  • Biron, Mr. Gerald, Practical Bridge Erection, 564
  • Bickle’s Patent Adjustable Die-nut, 202
  • Bicycle Car Wheels ? 131
  • Bilston, Opening of the New Market House on, 135
  • Blackstone’s Swathe Turner and Winnowing Machine, 497
  • Blantyre, Manufacture of Smokeless Fuel from Coke Breeze at, 312
  • Blockley Sewage Scheme, The, 185
  • Blower, Atkinson’s Rotary, 348
  • Board Drop Hammer, Scott’s, 586
  • Board of Trade, Regulation of the Electrical Industry by the, 374
  • Boiler Coverings ? 131
  • Boiler Explosions, How to Avoid them, 461, 489
  • Boiler of Express Passenger Locomotive, Great Western Railway, 346
  • Boiler Insurance, Explosions and, 111
  • Boiler Insurance, Steam Road Roller Boilers and 154
  • Boiler-making Plant ? 483
  • Boiler-testing Pump, The Trojan, 501
  • Boiler Tube Expander, Allix’s, 126
  • Boiler Tube Ferrules ? 199
  • Boiler, Vertical, Mr. T. F. Passman, 399
  • Boilers, Mr. L. Burnet on, 543
  • Boilers and Boiler Insurance, Steam Road Roller, 154
  • Boilers Discussion on the Treatment of Marine 324
  • Boilers, Naval, 269, 285
  • Boilers, Navy, 37, 68, 89, 114, 136
  • Boilers, Water Tube, M. Normand, 46
  • Boiling the Hamburg Water Supply, 374
  • Boilers, Navy Engines and, 377, 401
  • Boilers, Smoke-consuming Grates for, 409
  • Boilers, Smoke-preventing Appliances for, 179
  • Boilers, The Treatment of, 310
  • Boissonas, M., Photograph of, Mr. Blanc, 388
  • Bollinckx, M. Legoux’s Method of Securing Wheel Tires, 64
  • Bolton, Mr. Reginald, his Presidential Adoress, 553
  • Bombay Fire Brigade, New Steam Fire Engine for the, Messrs. Merryweather and Sons, 412
  • Books Received, 15, 112, 133, 155, 244, 309, 331, 353, 375, 507, 465, 563
  • Boring for Water, 14
  • Boulnois, Mr. H. P., Notes on the Factory and Workshop Act, 1891, 388
  • Boulton’s Wood Rim Pulley, 355
  • Bousquet, M. Du, Four - cylinder Compound Express Locomotive, Northern Railway, of France, Societe Alsacienne de Constructions Mecaniques, 198, 205
  • Box-making Machinery? 351
  • Boys, Professor V., On Instantaneous Photography, 128
  • Brake Horse-power, 10, 13, 39, 50, 69, 89, 172, 176, 204, 378
  • Brake Horse-power, 229, 249, 270, 279, 305, 358
  • Brake Horse-power, 39, 50, 69, 89, 116, 136, 137
  • Brake Rolls, Israel’s First and Second, 30
  • Brakes, Pneumatic Continuous, 576
  • Brakes, Some Early Railway, 576
  • Brass Foundry, Section IL, Part III., On the Construction of the Modern Locomotive, 339
  • Brass Foundry, On the Construction of the Modern Locomotive, 573
  • Brass Tube Drawing Benches? 395
  • Brazilian Cruiser “Tiradentes,” The, 281
  • Breech-loading Mortars, United States, 508
  • Brett, Mr. W. J. Nowers, 467
  • Brewers’ Exhibition, The, 366, 398
  • Brewers’ Exhibition and Market, 355
  • Brick Machine, The Kennedy Dry-press, 467
  • Bridge, Chertsey, 305
  • Bridge, The Collapse of Cannich, 201
  • Bridge, Dieppe, The Pollet Swing (Supplement, July 29th, 1892), 95, 105, 134, 148, 217, 218
  • Bridge Erection, Practical, 564
  • Bridge, Great Western Railway, Maidenhead, 70, 75
  • Bridge, High-level Steel, between Ratcliff and Rotherhithe, 363
  • Bridge, The New Floating, between Portsmouth and Gosport, 266, 267, 268
  • Bridge, Southwark, 181
  • Bridges, On the Reconstruction of Railway, 580
  • Brigg’s Air Filter, 399
  • British Ports for Shipping Business, Competition of, 407
  • Bridgnorth, Inclined Railway, The, 77
  • Brighton and Rottingdean Electric Railway, The, 487
  • “Brilliant,” H.M.S., 321
  • Bristol Docks Extension Scheme, The, 288
  • Bristol Docks, Mr. McMurrick’s System, 320
  • BRITISH ASSOCIATION, THE, 127, 128
  • - Address of the President, Professor W. C. Unwin, 108, 124
  • - Address of Professor Arthur Schuster, President of the Mathematical and Physical Science Section, 150
  • - Arrangements for Next Year, 127
  • - Bearings without Lubricants, Mr. Killingworth Hedges, 158
  • - Earthquakes, Dr. Knott, 128
  • - Electric Optics, Report of the Committee on, 287
  • - Flexible Metallic Tubing, Mr. Gilbert R. Redgrave, 580
  • - Experiments on Flame, Mr. Arthur Smithells, 211, 295
  • - Impurities of Town Air, Dr. J. H. Bailey, 128
  • - Instantaneous Photography, Professor V. Boys’ Popular Lecture on, 128
  • - Meteorological Observations in the Atlantic Ocean, Prince of Monaco, 128
  • - Meteorological Observations on Ben Nevis, Report on, 287
  • - New Discoveries in Spectroscopy, Mr. A. A. Michelson, 277
  • - Note on the Prevention of Smoke in Steam Boilerand other Furnaces, Mr. A. R. Sennett, 179
  • - Prehensile Power of Infants, Dr. Louis Robinson, 128
  • - Proposed Unit of Pressure, Mr. C. E. Guilleaume’s Report on, 287
  • - Report of the Solar Radiation Committee read by Sir Geo. Stokes, 127
  • - Shield Tunnelling in Loose Ground under Water Pressure, with Special Reference to the Vyrwny Aqueduct Tunnel, Mr. Geo. F. Deacon, 158
  • - Standards of Electrical Measurement, Report on, 287
  • - Underground Temperature Report, and Mr. W. Hallock’s Information Respecting, 287
  • - Visit to Moorfoot Waterworks, 144
  • - Work of Committees on Physical Science, 287
  • British Navy under the Present Administration, The, 2, 28
  • British Trade Abroad, 331
  • Brown, Marshall, and Co., Messrs., Electric Tram Car, 442
  • Brown, Marshall, and Co., Messrs., Peninsular and Oriental Express Dining Car, 280, 284
  • Brown Segmental Wire-wound Gun, The, 409
  • Brown Segmental Wire-wound Gun, Mr. N. B. Wittman on the, 407
  • Bruce Electrical War Balloon, The, 48
  • Bruges Maritime Canal, 172
  • Bryan Corcoran’s Feed-slide Clearer, 86
  • Burrell’s Governor, 490
  • Burton, Mr. C. W., Self-sustaining Pulley Blocks, 169
  • Burton, Mr. G. W., The Standard Twist Drill Grinder, 302
  • Burton, Mr. W., on “The Processes of the Manufacture of China and Earthenware,” 239
  • Bute Dock, Cardiff Dock Schemes, The Proposed New, 495
  • Butterley Ironworks, 540
  • CABLE Tramway Plants, Compound v. Simple , Engines for, 225
  • Cadeby Colliery Sinkings, 344, 345
  • Caisson Dry Dock, Cockatoo Island, 578, 585
  • Calculation of Blast Furnace Charges by Means of the Slide Rule, 286
  • Cam, The “Bally,” 289
  • “Campania,” Launch of the Twin-screw Steamer, 224
  • “Campania’s ” Rudder, The, 305
  • Canada, Capital and Labour in, during the Past Decade, 51
  • Canada, England, and the United States, 460
  • Canada, Railways in, 1891, 348
  • Canadian Canals, 302
  • Canadian Manufacturing Industries, Growth of the, 169
  • Canal, An American Ship, 225
  • Canal Banks, Protection of, 135
  • Canal, Bruges Maritime, 172
  • Canal to Brussels, Proposed Ship, 584
  • Canal, The Manchester Ship, 28, 127, 246, 400, 431
  • Canal, The Merwede, 291
  • Canal, The Nicaragua, 540
  • Canal, The Sault Ste. Marie, Traffic Through, 589
  • Canal Tolls and the Engineering and Iron Trades, 353
  • Canals, Canadian, 302
  • Canals and Irrigation in India, 302, 357
  • Canals, New York, 300
  • Canals, Ship, 111
  • Canals, Water Supply of. 168, 200
  • Cancer Hospital, The, 317
  • Canet Coast Long Quick-Fire Gnns, 308
  • Cannel Gas, 263, 279
  • Cannel Gas Enrichment, 279
  • Cannich Bridge, The Collapse of, 201
  • Cape of Good Hope Government Railways, 200
  • Capital and Labour in Canada during the Past Decade, 51
  • Captain of the “Mary Rose,” The, by Mr. W. Laird Clowes, 83, 91, 101, 121, 145, 164, 187, 204, 226, 235, 269, 279, 305, 356, 371, 397, 422
  • Carboid Oilless Bearings, 355
  • Carbonic Anhydride Refrigerators, 36
  • Carbutt, Bart., Sir Edward H., 169
  • Cardiff Dock Schemes, 495
  • Cardiff Water Supply, Opening of Breconshire Reservoir, 245
  • Carmarthen Water Supply, The, Mr. T. S. Stooke, 144
  • Carpet Cleaning, Hot Compressed Air, Messrs. Anderson’s, 478
  • Cast Iron Test Bars, 69, 89
  • Castle Hill Inclined Railway, Bridgnorth, The, 77
  • Castleton Sewage Scheme, 327
  • Cattle Dock, Great Northern Railway, 366, 372
  • Cement Burning, Gaseous Fuel for, 333, 356
  • Cement, “Overburnt,” 473
  • Central London Electric Railway Bill, The, 14
  • Central Station for London, 269
  • “Centurion,” The, Floating of, 105
  • Chain Gear, “ Automatic Pitch,” 446
  • Chain-making, Coatbridge, 369
  • Chambers, Mr. William Henry, Cadeby Colliery Sinkings, 344, 345
  • Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., Messrs., Electric Pumping Plant, Jubilee Colliery, Shaw, 398
  • Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., Messrs., Engines at the Crystal Palace, 32, 56
  • Chemical Trade, Waste Products in the, 69
  • Chemin de Fer Du Nord Profile between Paris and Amiens, 566
  • Chertsey Bridge, 305
  • CHICAGO EXHIBITION, THE, 566
  • - Chicago Exhibition and the English Electrical Manufacturers, 161
  • - London Chamber of Commerce and the, 56
  • - Cost of the, 268
  • - Maps of the Railway Communication with the, 61, 62
  • - Mines, Mining, and Metallurgy at, 3
  • - Moorish Palace, The, 125, 135
  • - Naval Models at, 193, 207
  • - Prices of Goods at, 51
  • - Railway Communication with the, 61, 62
  • - Revised General Plan of, 376
  • - United States’ Government Buildings, The, 219, 253
  • - Water Route to, 257
  • Chilled Iron Rolls, Failures in the Necks of, Mr. J. A. Winder, 256
  • Chimney, Wrought Iron, at Darwen, 412
  • China and Earthenware, Mr. W. Burton on the Processes of the Manufacture of, 239
  • Chindwin, Stern-wheel Gunboat Boat for the Upper, 353
  • Chuck, Bauer’s Self-centreing, 446
  • Church, Mr. Jabez, Mid-Sussex Waterworks, Balcombe, 504, 509, 551, 552, 556
  • “City of Paris,” Record of the, 380
  • Clapham Junction Accident, The, 352
  • Clark and Standfield’s Off-shore Dock, 398
  • Clark and Standfield, Messrs., Opening of a New Floating Pontoon Dock at North Shields, 265
  • Clark and Stanfield, Messrs., The Thames Ferrv. 487
  • Clark and Sons, Messrs. J. F., Shop Front Light Reflector, Smithfield Market, 431
  • Cleansing and Ventilation of Pipe Sewers, Mr. B. A. Miller, 300
  • Cleveland and its Future as a Steel-making District, 436
  • Clinch-Jones Tube System, The, 171
  • Clinograph, The, 377
  • Clowes, Mr. W. Laird, The Captain of the “Mary Rose,” 83, 91, 101, 121, 145, 164, 187, 204, 226, 235, 269, 279, 305, 356, 371, 397, 422
  • Clyde Dredgings, Disposal of, 420
  • Clyde Dredgings, A Year’s, 584
  • Clyde Shipyards, The Tonnage Launched from the, 219
  • Coal, Locomotive, 307
  • Coal Mines, Machinery in, 54
  • Coal Mining, Pumping Engines and, 331
  • Coal Trade, Serious Decline of the, 498
  • Coatbridge, The Chainmaking Industry, 369
  • Coates, Mr. H. T., Ships and Guns, 268
  • Cockatoo Island, Caisson Dry Dock, 578, 585
  • Cockatoo Island Graving Dock, New South Wales Mr. E. W. Young, 456
  • Coke Breeze, Manufacture of Smokeless Fuel from, 312
  • Coke Manufacture, The American, 241
  • Colliery Managers and Non-Union Workmen, 465
  • Colombo, The Harbour at, 369
  • “Columbia,” United States Cruiser, No. 12. The 157, 258, 262
  • Comb-making Machinery? 373
  • Comet Steamboat, A Modern, 224
  • Competition of British Ports for Shipping Busi¬ness, 407
  • Competition in the Pipe-founding Trade, 308
  • Compression of Gases, 307
  • Condensation, Experiments in Cylinder, 45
  • Congress on Inland Navigation in Paris, 135, 168
  • Congress, The Inland Waterway and Transport 168, 200
  • Conical Bran Duster, Armfield’s, 29
  • Connelly Gas Tramway Motor, The, 291
  • Connelly Motor, Messrs. Sharpe and Weyman, 11
  • Contour Map of the Co. of London, 399
  • Cook, M. D., Appointment to the City of London Electric Lighting Co., 377
  • Cooke’s Automatic Governor Stop Valve, 500
  • Copper, The Influence of Impurities on, 91
  • Copper Steam Pipes, 196
  • Copper Tubes, Elmore, 445
  • Corcoran, Messrs. Bryan, Feed-slide Clearer, 86
  • Corliss Engine, Compound, Herstal Small-arms Factory, 453, 462
  • Corn Flour Machinery ? 329
  • Corn Measures ? 199
  • Corner, Mr. J. T., Description of the Lifting Appliances in Portsmouth Dockyard, 93
  • Corridor Train, A German, 305
  • Cost of Electric Supply, Dr. John Hopkinson on the, 421
  • Cost of Oil Engines, Working, 589
  • Cost of Running a Lake Steamer, 392
  • Cost of Tramway Traction, The, 138, 278, 314
  • Counter Constructed on Chronograph Principle ? 175
  • Coupling, Smith’s Shaft, 501
  • Craig, Mr. Ernest, Working of Rearer Coals, 239
  • Crane, 25-Ton Wharf, 310
  • Crank-pins, Oil-Tempered, 317
  • Cromer, Water Supply of, 40
  • Crook, Mr. H. T., Ordnance Maps, their Defects and their Remedies, 238, 269
  • Croton Aqueduct Dam, The, 509
  • Cruiser, The Belted, “ Pamyat Azova,” Russian Navy, 582, 586
  • Cruiser No. 12, the “Columbia,” United States, 157
  • Cruiser, A New French Armoured, 292
  • Cruiser “Tiradentes,” The Brazilian,281
  • Cruiser and Gun Mountings, Elswick, 321
  • Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, Awards made by the Jurors, 37
  • Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, Engines at the, 32, 56
  • Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering, 128, 563
  • Cultivation Filters for Sewage Disposal, 330
  • Cunard Liners, The New, 163, 201
  • Cunard Ships, The New, 201
  • Cunliife and Croom, Messrs., Plate Edge Planing Machine, 126
  • Cupola Blowers, Foundry, 589
  • Cupolas, German and French, 564
  • Curious Case, A, 555
  • Current Meter, A Home-made, 580
  • Currie Engineering Club, Folkestone, Mr. Hughes on Gas and Electricity, 393
  • Cyclone Wind Pressures, 38
  • Cylinder Condensation, 89, 180, 196, 229, 269, 270, 304, 358
  • Cylinder Condensation, Experiments in, 45
  • Cylinder Lubricator with Piston and Ratchet ? 483
  • DAIRY Show, The, 343
  • Dam, The Croton Aqueduct, 509
  • Danish Cruiser, Steam Trial of a, 567
  • Darwen, Wrought Iron Chimney at, 412
  • Day Single and Double Gas Engine, The, 178
  • Deacon, Mr. George F., Shield Tunnelling in Loose Ground under Water Pressure, with Special Reference to the Vyrnwy Aqueduct Tunnel, 158
  • Dead-beat Galvanometer, The D’Arsonval, 75
  • Dead Plate, Paddon’s, 459
  • Deadman, Mr. H. E., Application of Electricity in the Royal Dockyards and Navy, 93
  • Deal Sawing Frame, High-speed, 334
  • Dean, Mr. W., Express Passenger Engine, Great Western Railway (Supplement, October 28th, 1892), 342, 313, 346, 365, 377
  • Dee Conservancy, The, 92
  • Demagnetising Watches ? 561, 583
  • Denys, M., His Paper at the Congress on Naviga tion at Paris, 168
  • Denny, Mr. A., Training of Naval Engineers, 400
  • Derrick Cranes, Portable, to Rescue from Drowning, 94
  • Desulphurisation of Iron and Steel, Mr. E. H. Saniter on the, 275, 558
  • Devaporator, The, Prof. Gamgee, 418
  • Dewsbury, 80
  • Diagonal Armour, U.S. Steamships “Massachusetts” and “Indiana,” 49
  • Die Nut, Bickle’s Patent Adjustable, 202
  • Dimensions of Modern Warships, Captain S. M. Eardley-Wilmot, 51
  • Dining Car, P. and O. Express, 280, 284
  • Disappearing Gun, A New, 201
  • Discipline of the Engine-Room, 229
  • Distillery Plant? 373
  • Dock, Off-Shore, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 398
  • Dock and Railway Accommodation, Manchester, 431
  • Dock Schemes, The Proposed New Bute, 495
  • Dock at South Shields, New Floating Pontoon 265
  • Dockised River v. River Mouth Docks, 540
  • Docks, The Bristol, 320
  • Docks, On the Construction of Graving, Four Papers on, 455
  • Docks and Landings, Liverpool and the Mersey, 431
  • Docks, Opening of Preston, 6
  • Dockyards, Promotion in the, 23
  • Doctrine of Idleness, The, 397
  • Doncaster, The Great Northern Railway Works 515—536
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, Experiments in Cylinder Condensation, 45
  • Dorking Sewerage, 273
  • Douglas Fraser and Sons, Messrs., Double-Geared Drilling Machines, 48
  • Douglass, Sir James, Retirement of, 397
  • Drainage of Paris, The, 132
  • Drainage Scheme, Gigantic, U.S., 238
  • Draw Benches, 500
  • Dredger, Sand Pump, “Thyboron,” Messrs. Lobnitz and Co. (Supplement, September 16th, 1892), 245
  • Dredgings, Disposal of Clyde, 420
  • Drill Grinder, The Standard Twist, 302
  • Drill for Making Square Holes ? 131
  • Drill, Pulsating and Electric Rock, 302, 327
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple Radial Arm, Messrs. Hetherington and Sons, 478
  • Drilling Machine, Square Hole, 446
  • Drilling Machines, Double - geared, Messrs. Douglas Fraser and Sons, 48
  • Driving Screw Spike ? 329
  • Driving Screws ? 395
  • Dry Press Brick Machine, The Kennedy, 467
  • Drying British Timber? 417
  • Dublin Central Electric Light Station, 204
  • Dunlop and Co., Messrs. David J., Ship Caissons, 354
  • “Dupuy de Lome,” The New French Armoured Cruiser, 292
  • Durham Coke as now Made, The Quality of, 436
  • Durham College of Science at Newcastle-on-Tyne, Extension of, 497
  • Dynamo, 1000 Volt Continuous Current, Oxford Electric Lighting Station, 17
  • Dynamos at the Small-arms Factory, Herstal, 455
  • EARDLEY-WILMOT, Capt. S. M., Dimensions of Modern Warships, 51
  • Early Newspapers, Mr. H. Sell’s Collection of, 410
  • Earthquakes and Buildings, 308
  • Earthquakes, Dr. Knott on, 128
  • Eastern Exchange and Home Manufactures, 352
  • Eastern and Anderson, Messrs., Caisson Dry Dock, 578, 585
  • Eaton Waterworks, Pumping Machinery, 587, 588
  • Eddy, Mr., on Locomotive Engines in New South Wales, 19
  • Edmunds and Co., Messrs., Green’s Lubricator for Solidified Oil, 377
  • Education and Handicraft, 75
  • Effect of Smokeless Powder in Guns, 166
  • Eggis, The, New Writing Machine, 447
  • Egypt, Engineering in, 51
  • Egypt, Patent Law in, 503
  • Eight-coupled Locomotives, 589
  • Eight Hours’ Act of Parliament and the Progress of Events in the United States, 202
  • Eisenbahn Geleise, Die, 503
  • Electric Construction Corporation, Wolverhampton, and the South Staffordshire Tramway Company, 442, 443
  • Electric Light Meters, 157
  • Electric Light at St. Pancras, The, 546
  • Electric Light Station, Dublin Central, 204
  • Electric Light, Sudden Fogs and the, 562
  • Electric Light for Surface Use, Adaptation of, 478
  • Electric Lighting at the Alhambra Theatre, Rearrangement of, 265
  • Electric Lighting in Dublin, 223
  • Electric Lighting at the Great Northern Victoria Hotel, Bradford, 492
  • Electric Lighting Installation, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, 324
  • Electric Lighting in London, 213—215
  • Electric Lighting in Oxford, 16, 17
  • Electric Lighting of Smithfield Market, 282, 431
  • Electric Locomotives, 71, 89, 181, 204
  • Electric Power in the Coalfield Centres, Generation of, 489
  • Electric Pumping Plant, Jubilee Colliery, Shaw, 398
  • Electric Railway, The Brighton and Rottingdean, 487
  • Electric Railways, 230
  • Electric Search-light, Rapid Signalling by, 45
  • Electric Shunting Locomotive, 166
  • Electric Supply, Dr. John Hopkinson on the Cost of, 421
  • Electric Traction, 69
  • Electric Tramcars, 358
  • Electric Tramcars, Messrs. Brown, Marshall, and Co., and the Lancaster Wagon Company, 442
  • Electrical Distribution of Power, Denver, 246
  • Electrical Indicating Apparatus, Jenning’s and Brewer’s, 450
  • Electrical Industry, Regulation of, by the Board of Trade, 374
  • Electrical Measurements, Stan lards of, 287
  • Electrical Railway, Hydraulic Lift and, from Lauterbrunnen to Murren, 312
  • Electrical Traction, 243
  • Electrical Standards Committee, Supplementary Report of the, 510
  • Electrical War Balloon, The Bruce, 48
  • Electricity, Factory Driving by, 453
  • Electricity for Frankfort-on-the-Maine, The Supply of, 276
  • Electricity Meter, Scott’s Patent, 543
  • Electricity in the Royal Dockyards and the Navy, Application of Mr. H. S. Deadman, 93
  • Electricity from the Supply Company to the Consumer, Mr. R. J. Batt on, 324
  • Electricity Supply Corporation, Limited, The 213-215
  • Electrofons ? 373
  • Electro-motors in Factories, Mr. R. H. Housman, 461
  • Electro-optics, Report of the A Committee at the British Association on, 287
  • Elephant v. Locomotive. 441
  • Ellin, Mr. T. R., Portable Tube Vice, 324
  • Elliot and Co., Messrs. George, Large Wire Ropes, 30
  • Ellis-Tresidder Plate, Front and Back Views, 240
  • Elmore Copper Tubes, 445
  • Elwell-Parker Dynamometer, Oxford Electric Lighting Station, 17
  • Elwell-Parker Motor, South Staffordshire Tramways, 442
  • Elswick Cruisers and Gun Mountings, 321
  • Emery Wheel Dressers ? 417
  • Employment of Boys on the Manchester Sewage Farm, 356
  • Energy and Inertia and their Relationship to Dynamo-Electric Apparatus, 46
  • Engine, Bogie Tank, Messrs. Nasmyth, Wilson, and Co., London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, 413
  • Engine and Boiler House, South Staffordshire Tramways, 443
  • Engine, Colonial Traction, Messrs. Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, 49
  • Engine, Compound Corliss, Herstal Small Arms Factory, 453, 462
  • Engine, The Day Single and Double Gas, 178
  • Engine Diagrams, 501
  • Engine and Dynamo, Combined Ship-Lighting, Messrs. Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., 32, 56
  • Engine, Eight-Coupled Mineral, London and North-Western Railway, Mr. F. W. Webb, 560, 565
  • Engine, Electric Shunting, 166
  • Engine, Express Passenger, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean (Supplement, October 28th, 1892), 342, 343, 346, 365, 377
  • Engine, The First Triple-Expansion Marine, 557
  • Engine Friction, 92
  • Engine, Gas, Atkinson’s “Utility,” 446
  • Engine, Gas, and Exhauster, Combined, 310
  • Engine, Gas, The Palatine Engineering Company, 576
  • Engine, Gas, The Robey, 325
  • Engine, Gas, Messrs. A. E. and H. Robinson, 56
  • Engine, Gas, Theory of the Modern, 545
  • Engine, High-speed Vertical, Messrs. Robey and Co., 501
  • Engine, Horizontal Compound, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 220, 222
  • Engine Indicators, Steam, Mr. Bancroft on, 413
  • Engine, Locomotive Tank, London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, Mr. Thomas Whitelegg, 456, 458
  • Engine, New Steam Fire, Bombay Fire Brigade, 412
  • Engine, Oil, The Griffin, 486
  • Engine, Oil, The Hornsby-Ackroyd Portable, 497
  • Engine, Oil, The Root’s Company, 446
  • Engine, Oil, Root’s Petroleum Launch, 289, 327, 332
  • Engine-room, Discipline of the, 229
  • Engine Spring Gear Road, Messrs. Foden and Sons, 497
  • Engine, Standard Horizontal, Mr. R. G. Morton, 459
  • Engine, Test of 1000-Indicated Horse Power Triple Expansion Mill, 171
  • Engine, The “Trusty” Portable Oil, 496
  • Engineering Congress, International, 464
  • Engineering in Egypt, 51
  • Engineering Examination Papers, 243, 248
  • Engineering Examinations, 278, 314, 356, 401
  • Engineering Exhibition, The—see also Exhibition, Engineering, 446
  • Engineering, Hotel, 290
  • Engineering and Iron Trades, Canal Tolls and the, 353
  • Engineering and Machinery Trades, Our, and the American Revival, 440
  • ENGINEERING SOCIETY, THE MASON COLLEGE, 377
  • - Electromotors in Factories, Mr. R. H. Housman, 461
  • - Inaugural Address of President, Prof. R. H. Smith, on Technical Education, Its Uses and Abuses, 377
  • - Mannesmann Process for Rolling Seamless Tubes from Solid Ingots, Mr. W. H. Barraclough, 540
  • ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ CLUB, NEWCASTLE-ON- TYNE
  • - Annual Business Meeting, Mr. A. E. Fleming, Chairman, 345
  • - Hydraulics, Mr. E. Towers, 412
  • Engineering Training, 464
  • Engineering Works in the East, 308
  • Engineering Works in Turkey, 538
  • Engineers and the Export Trade, 54
  • Engineers in India, 181
  • Engineers and our Meat Supply, 562
  • Engineer’s Ship of War, An, 35
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 78
  • Engines and Boilers in the Navy, 285, 323, 377, 401
  • Engines, Compound Condensing, Indian Midland Railway, Messrs. James Watt and Company, 171
  • Engines, Compound Paddle, s.s. “Koh-i-Noor, 34
  • Engines, Compound v. Simple, for Cable and Tramway Plants, 225
  • Engines at the Crystal Palace, 32, 56
  • Engines, Our Exports of, 440
  • Engines, Fashion and Steam, 583
  • Engines, First Triple-Expansion, 589
  • Engines, Gas Meters and Gas, 503, 540
  • Engines, Gas, at the Warwick Show, 10
  • Engines, Great Northern Railway (Supplements, December 18th, 1892), 526, 527
  • Engines, Locomotive, in Great Britain and Ireland, 204
  • Engines, Locomotive, for New South Wales, 36
  • Engines, Locomotive, in New South Wales. 19
  • Engines for Managua, Compound Pumping, 303
  • Engines, Oil, 461, 540
  • Eigines, Oil, Fair Play for, 422
  • Engines, Oil, Working Cost of, 589
  • Engines, Old Winding. 307
  • Engines, Petroleum Oil, 445, 480, 481, 540
  • Engines, Pumping and Coal Mining, 331
  • Engines, Rolling Mill, Galloways Limited, Melyn Tin-plate Works, 488, 490
  • Engines, Standard Horizontal, 434, 435
  • Eigines, Triple-expansion Condensing, Oxford Central Electric Lighting Station, 5
  • Engines, Triple - expansion, of the Tugboats “ Noordzee ” and “ Oostzee,” 194, 195
  • Engines, Two-cylinder v. Multi-cylinder, Messrs. Green and Rockwood on, 10
  • Engines, Winding, Safety Gear for, Mr. E. Reumaux, 420
  • English and American Locomotives, 10, 137, 305, 327, 444, 481, 502, 567
  • English and American Railway Carriages, 460
  • English and American Railway Practice, 440, 505
  • English and Foreign Export Practice, 444, 461, 502, 540
  • English Machine Tools for America, 400
  • English Railroads, An American Criticism on, 575
  • English Steamers and Foreign Buyers, 286
  • Epstein, Mr. L., Accumulator Traction, 11
  • Evans and Sons, Messrs. Joseph, Compound Pumping Engines for Managua, 303
  • Evaporator, Feed-water, Mr. Thos. Mudd, 311
  • Exchanger, Mr. Purdon’s Railway Staff, 420
  • Exhibition, Barcelona Art Industries, 128
  • Exhibition, Batavia, 1893, 410
  • Exhibition, The Brewers’, 366, 398
  • Exhibition, The Chicago—see Chicago Exhibition
  • Exhibition, Crystal Palace Electric, 32, 56, 74, 178
  • EXHIBITION, THE ENGINEERING, 446
  • - Atkinson’s “ Utility ” Gas Engine, 446
  • - Bauer’s Self-centreing Chuck, 446
  • - Bauer’s Tube and Bolt Grip, 446
  • - Chain Gear Co., “ Au omatic Pitch” Chain Gear, 446
  • - Eggis, The, New Writing Machine, 447
  • - Flockton, Tompkin, and Co., Special Tool Steel, 447
  • - Meyer, Mr. A., Specially Tempered Hardened Planes of Chrome Steel, 447
  • - Remington and the Caligraph Type-writers, 447
  • EXHIBITION, THE ENGINEERING
  • - Roots Co., Oil Engine, 446
  • - Square Drilling Machine Co., Square Hole Drilling Machine, 446
  • - Tolhurst and Sons, Messrs., Patent Mastic, 447
  • Exhibition, Firemen’s, 128
  • Exhibition, Kimberley, South African, 580
  • Exhibition, Laundry Appliances, 11
  • Exhibition and Market, The Brewers’, 355
  • Exhibition, Milan, International Electrical, 185
  • Exhibition, Milling and Baking, 14, 29, 86, 150
  • Exhibition, The Printers’ and Publishers’, 265
  • Exhibition, Quito, 48
  • Exhibition, The Yorkshire Trades, 503
  • Experiments in Cylinder Condensation, 45
  • Explosion on the Lake of Geneva, 54, 110, 114
  • Explosions and Boiler Insurance, 111
  • Explosives in 1891
  • Export Practice, 554
  • Export Trade, Engineers and the, 54
  • Exports of Engines, Our, 440
  • Exports of Railroad Material, Our, 352
  • FACTORY Driving by Electricity, 453
  • Factory and Workshop Act, 1891, Mr. H. P. Boulnois on, 388
  • Fair Play for Oil Engines, 422
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, The River Thames Steamer “ Koh-i-Noor,” 31, 34, 40, 51
  • Famous Ships, Some, 257
  • Fashion and Steam Engines, 583
  • Fast Running on the London and North-Western Railway, 589
  • Fast Trains in Germany, 10
  • Fast Trains to Railway Centres, 584
  • Feed Heater, Morrison’s, 343
  • Feed-slide Clearer, Bryan Corcoran’s, 86
  • Feed-water Evaporator, Mr. Thomas Mudd, 311
  • Ferry at Greenwich, The Thames, 487
  • Fiechter and Bates’ Spout Scalper, 30
  • Field, Mr. Cyrus, 55
  • Filter, Air, Brigg’s, 399
  • Filters, Cultivation, for Sewage Disposal, 330
  • Finsbury Special Lectures, 294
  • Fire-boxes, Steel, 258
  • Fire Engine, New Steam, Bombay Fire Brigade, 412
  • Fire Engines for the London County Council, 415
  • Firemen for the Naval Reserve, 312, 358
  • Fires Caused by Locomotives, 126
  • First Principles, Notes on, 137
  • Fisher, Mr. J, A., on the Mining, Manufacture, and Uses of Asbestos, 544
  • Five Days’ Fiasco, The, 331
  • Five Days’ Week, The, 36
  • Flame, Experiments on, by Arthur Smithells, 211, 295
  • Flame Spectra, Experiments cn, 211, 295
  • Fleet of France, Toe Auxiliary, 562
  • Flexible Locomotives, 351
  • Flexible Metallic Tubing? 285
  • Flexible Metallic Tubing, 580
  • Floating Bridge between Portsmouth and Gosport, The New, 266, 267, 268
  • Floating Pontoon Dock at North Shields, Opening of, 265
  • Flockton, Tompkin, and Co., Messrs., Special Tool Steel, 447
  • Flour Tester, Hogarth’s, 86
  • Foden’s Arrangement of Road Locomotive Spring Gear, 497
  • Fontaine, M., his Paper at the Congress on Navigation at Paris, 168
  • Forced Wages, 561
  • Foreign Sewerage Precipitation Works, 13
  • Foreign Trade, Our, 244
  • Forrest, James, Lectureship, The, 413
  • Forrestt and Sons, Messrs., Conversion into a Limited Liability Company, 404
  • Foundry Cupola Blowers, 589
  • Fourney, Mr. H. F., The Metric System of Measurement and its Application, 453
  • Fox, Bourne and Cross, Messrs, Exhibits at the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 75
  • France, The Auxiliary Fleet of, 562
  • France, High Railway Speeds in, 566
  • France, History of Superheating in, 332
  • France, Inland Navigation in, 297, 340
  • France, Railways in, for 1893, 538
  • France, Water and Sanitary Works in, 348
  • Frankfort-on-the-Maine, The Supply of Electricity for, 276
  • Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, 304, 326, 357, 370, 371, 400, 401, 414, 415, 445, 460, 481, 502, 554
  • French Armoured Cruiser “Dupuy de L6me,” The New, 292
  • French Government, Stern Wheeler for the, 430
  • French Mercantile Marine, The, 331
  • French Navy, Proposed Additions to the, 352
  • French Navy, Quick-Fire Guns for the, 154, 176
  • French Ordnance, 200
  • French Torpedo Boat, A, 46
  • French War Vessels, Sale of, 204
  • Frodsham Railway Station, Moving the, 347
  • Frozen Meat Supply and its Storage, Our, 386
  • Furnace Bars and Dead Plate, The Venetian Air Valve Furnace Bar Company, 459
  • Furness Railway, The Subsidence of the, 281
  • Future of the Atlantic, The, 439, 480, 484, 502, 568, 589
  • GAINE, Mr. R. L., Inaugural Address, North- East Coast Institute of Engineers and Shipbuilders, 375
  • Galloway and Co., Messrs., Wrought Steel Steam Pipes, 586
  • Galloways, Limited, Rolling Mill Engines, Melyn Tin-Plate Works, 488, 490
  • Galvanometer, Ballistic, 75
  • Gamgee, Prof., The Devaporator, 418
  • Gas, Cannel, 263, 279
  • Gas Engine, The Day Single and Double, 178
  • Gas Engine and Exhauster, Combined, 310
  • Gas Engine, The Palatine, 576
  • Gas Engine, The Robey, 325
  • Gas Engine, The Theory of the Modern, 545
  • Gas Engines at the Warwick Show, 10
  • Gas Meters and Gas Engines, 503, 540
  • Gas, Oil, 132
  • Gas Preferable as a Light to Electricity, 393
  • Gas Supply, The, 13
  • Gas Tramway Motor, The Connelly, 291
  • Gases, The Compression of, 307
  • Gasking’s Steel and Leather Link Belt, 30
  • Gaseous Fuel for Cement Burning, 333, 356
  • Gauge Glass, A New, 325
  • Gauge, Narrow, in Ireland, 116
  • Gauge, Origin of the 4ft. 8.5in., 116
  • Generation of Electric Power in the Coalfield Centres, 489
  • Geneva, Explosion on the Lake of, 110, 114
  • German Corridor Train, A, 305
  • German Cupolas and Shields and French Imitation, 564
  • German Miners, Triennial General Meeting of, 155
  • Germany, Fast Trains in, 10
  • Germany, Railway Brakes in, 481
  • Gibson, Dr. J., On the Want of Delicate Balances, 128
  • Glasgow Proving House, 575
  • Glasgow University, 563
  • Glass Sheet with Wire Netting Works at Tacony, 470
  • Governor, Burrell’s, 490
  • Graving Docks in the Colonies and in the United Kingdom, Construction of, 456
  • Great Northern Railway Cattle Dock, 366, 372
  • Great Northern Railway Widening Works, London to Barnet, Mr. Rich. Johnson, 65, 66, 106, 298, 328, 384, 385, 386, 429, 432, 433
  • GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY WORKS, DONCASTER, THE, 515
  • - Balancing Apparatus, 529
  • - Boiler Shop, The, 517, 518
  • - Brass Boring Gear, 525
  • - Brockie Pell Lamp, 532
  • - Carriage and Wagon Shops at Doncaster, 526
  • - Double-Action Planing Machine, 520
  • - Drinking Fountain, 535
  • - Duplex Wheel Lathe, 524
  • - Electric Lighting, 531
  • - Electric Light Engine, 532
  • - Electric Light Installation at the Carr, 534
  • - Elwell-Parker Dynamo, 532
  • - Erecting Shops, 528, 530
  • - Express Passenger Engine (Supplements, December 18th, 1892)
  • - Express Passenger Engines, 7ft. 6in. and 7ft. Wheels, 526
  • - Forge, The, 522
  • - Foundry, The, 515, 518
  • - Four-Coupled Bogie Side Tank Engines, 5ft. and 5ft. 6in. Wheels, 527
  • - Four-Coupled Passenger Engines, 6ft. 6in. and 5ft. 6in. Wheels, 527
  • - Frame Plate Slotting and Drilling Machine, 531
  • - General Plan, 515
  • - Great Northern Locomotives, 532
  • - Heavy Wheel Lathe, Messrs. Smith, Beacock, and Tannett, 522, 523
  • - Hydraulic Flanging Machine, 519
  • - Hydraulic Rivetting Plant, 517
  • - Lower Turnery, The, 524
  • - Machine for Planing Cylinder Faces and Ports, 533
  • - Machine Shop, The New, 525
  • - Multiple Tapping Machine, 533
  • - Outside Cylinder Express Engines, 521
  • - Pattern Shop, The, 515
  • - Portrait of Mr. Patrick Stirling, 515
  • - Small Slotting Machine, 522
  • - Smith’s Shop, The, 519, 520, 525
  • - Spring Shop, 531
  • - Standard Bogie Tank Engine, 4ft. 6in. Wheels, 527
  • - Standard Goods Engine, 5ft. Wheels, 527
  • - Stud and Pin Lathe, 528
  • - Tender Axle Box, 522
  • - Tender Shop and Steam Traverser, 528
  • - Upper Turnery, 523, 525
  • - Wagon Shop at the Carr, 534
  • - Wheel Laths and Crane, 529
  • - Yard Travelling Crane, 535
  • Greathead, Mr. J. H., on the Liverpool Overhead Railway, 256
  • Great Eastern Railway Locomotive and Carriage Works at Stratford, Visit to the, 287
  • Great Western Railway Express Passenger Engine, Mr. W. Dean (Supplement, October 28th, 1892), 365, 377
  • Great Western Railway Work, South Devon, 11, 12
  • Great Western Railway, Widening Maidenhead Bridge, 70, 75
  • Great Western Railway Widening Works, 39, 69, 503
  • Green aijd Rockwood, Messrs., Two-Cylinder v. Multi-cylinder Engines, 10
  • Green’s Lubricator for Solidified Oil, 377
  • Greenwich, The Thames Ferry at, 487
  • Greenwood and Batley, Messrs., The Leeds Arc Light System, 332
  • Griffin Oil Engine, The, 486
  • Griffith, Mr. Edwin, A Comparison of the Propellers of some of the United States Navy Ships, 313, 356
  • Grindstone Rest, A New Safety, Mr. G. Addy, 56
  • Grip, Bauer’s Tube and Bolt, 446
  • Grover, Mr. J. W., 204
  • Guichard, M., his Appointment as Chairman to the Suez Canal Company, 557
  • Guilleaume, Mr. C. E., Report on Units by, 287
  • Gun, The Brown Segmental Wire-wound, 407, 409
  • Gun Mountings for the Cruiser “La Seyne,” Elswick, 321
  • Gun, A New Disappearing, 201
  • Gun, A New Quick-firing, 54
  • Guns, Canet Coast Long Quick-fire, 308
  • Guns, Effect of Smokeless Powder in, 166
  • Guns, Night Sights for Heavy, 215
  • Guns and their Powers, Long, 153
  • Guns, Quick-fire, for the French Navy, 154, 176
  • Guns, Wire 461
  • Gyroscopes, A Problem in, 10, 50, 69, 89, 115, 290
  • HADFIELD, Mr., On Alloys of Iron and Chromium, 256
  • Hele-Shaw, Prof. H. S., Walker Engineering Laboratories, 256
  • Halifax Graving Docks, Nova Scotia, The Hon. R. C. Parsons, 456
  • Hallock, Mr. Wm., Underground Temperature Report, 287
  • Hamburg Water Supply, Boiling the, 374
  • Hammer, Scott’s Board Drop, 586
  • Harbour at Colombo, The, 369
  • Harbour Defence Ships, Monitors as, 463, 503
  • Harbours and Waterways, 6, 104, 193, 319, 441, 508
  • Hardening Circular Cutters, 410
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., New Steamers for the South African Trade, 327
  • Harris, Mr. H. Graham, New Floating Bridge between Gosport and Portsmouth, 266, 267,
  • Hartlepool Steamer, An Economical, 225
  • Hartshorne, Mr. Joseph, The Basic-Bessemer Plant of the Pottstown Iron Co., 408
  • Harvesting Machinery, Value of, 177
  • Harvey Nickel Armour Plate Trial, 147
  • Harvey Nickel Steel Plate, Bethlehem, 241
  • Harvey Plate, Messrs. Vickers, 427
  • Harvey and Tresidder Plates, 329
  • Harvey-Vickers Plate at Ochta, 565
  • Haseldin’s Propeller, 369
  • Hatton Grange, Water Supply Works, Mr. T. S. Stooke, 368
  • Hawdon, Mr. Cleveland, and its Future as a Steel-making District, 436
  • Hawdon, Mr., On the Quality of Durham Coke as now made, 436
  • Hedges, Mr. Killingworth, Carboid Oilless Bearings, 355
  • H.M. First-class Battleship, “ Howe,” 416, 421
  • H.M. Second-class Battleship, “ Barfleur,” 90, 94, 116
  • H.M.S. “Brilliant,” 321
  • H.M.S. “Howe,” 489
  • H.M.S. “Revenge,” 433, 438
  • H.M.S. “Royal Oak,” Floating of, 408
  • H.M.S. “St. George,” 18
  • H.M.S. “Sappho,” Trial of, 282
  • H.M.S. “Thunderer,” Boilers of, 37
  • H.M.S. “Vulcan ” (Supplement, October 7th, 1892), 309, 329
  • Herstal, Belgium, Small Arms Factory, 453, 456, 462, 489
  • Herstal Belgium, Small Arms Factory, Compound Corliss Engine, 453, 462
  • Hetherington and Sons, Messrs., Multiple Radial Arm Drilling Machine, 478
  • Hewitson’s High-speed Deal Sawing Frame, 334
  • High Railway Speeds in France, 566
  • High-speed Bearings ? 561
  • High-speed Locomotives, 35, 38
  • High-speed Shafting, 583
  • Hinkins, Mr. G. F., On the Hardening of Circular Cutters, 410
  • Hodges, Mr. Killingworth, Bearings without Lubri-. cants, 158
  • Hodgkins, Mr. Thomas G., His Gift to the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 421
  • Hogarth’s Flour Tester, 86
  • Holborn to the Strand, From, 53, 55
  • Holgate, Mr. B., Some Beautiful Mathematical Curves, and their application to Mechanics, 400
  • Hollow Shafts, 577
  • Holttum, Mr. W. H., On the Use of Steel Needles in Driving a Tunnel at King’s Cross, 413
  • Holtzer Forged Steel Projectiles after Impact, 241
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, Accepts the Presidency of the Junior Engineering Society, 275
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, on the Cost of Electric Supply, 421
  • Hopkinson v. St. James’ Electric Company, 410, 441, 468
  • Horizontal Compound Engine, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 220, 222
  • Hornsby-Ackroyd Portable Oil Engine, The, 497
  • Hornsey Museum, Sanitary Appliances at the, 536
  • Horses v. Electricity in Country Work, 265
  • Hot Compressed Air Carpet Cleaning, 478
  • Hotel Engineering, 290
  • Hotel, The, Monthly Journal, 450
  • Housman, Mr. R. H., Electro-Motors in Factories, 461
  • “Howe,” H.M. First-class Battleship, 416, 421
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Large Planing and Slotting Machine, 149, 155
  • Hunslet Engine Company, The, Narrow Gauge Locomotive, Tralee and Dingle Railway, 52, 55, 63, 64
  • Hydraulic or Jet Propulsion, 39, 51
  • Hydraulic Lift and Electrical Railway from Lauterbrunner to Murren, 312
  • Hydraulic Ram, An Improved, 509
  • Hydraulic Signalling, 489, 503
  • Hydraulic Valve, Nettlefold and Jones, 467
  • Hydraulics, Mr. E. Towers, 412
  • “IBERIA,” The Pacific Steamer, 586
  • Idleness, The Doctrine of, 397
  • Imperishable Composition ? 373
  • Impurities of Town Air, Dr. J. H. Bailey, 128
  • India, Canals and Irrigation in, 302, 357
  • India, Engineers in, 181
  • India and Railway Construction, Native Rulers in, 440
  • Indian Midland Railway, Watt’s Engines, 171
  • Indian Plumbago, 351
  • Indian Railway Systems, The Linking-up of the, 71
  • Indian Railways, The Administration Report on, 131
  • Indian Rajah, State Carriages for an, 390, 391
  • Indicators, Electrical Reservoir Level, 450
  • Indicators, Steam Engine, Mr. Bancroft on, 413
  • Influence of Steam Jackets, 10
  • Injector Patterns, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 574
  • Inland Navigation in France, 297, 340
  • Inland Navigation, Protection of Canal Banks, 135
  • Inland Navigation, Water Supply of Canals, 168,
  • Inland Waterway and Transport Congress, The, 200
  • Inman Company, Plans for Five Steamers for the, 200
  • Institut de France, 563
  • Institution, Royal United Service, 260
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, THE—
  • - List of Successful Candidates at the Examination, 94
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL, LIVERPOOL MEETING
  • - Appliance for Autographically Recording the Temperature of Furnaces, Prof. Roberts- Austen, 256
  • - Address of the President, Sir Fred. Abel, 256
  • - On the Failures in the Necks of Chilled Iron Rolls, Mr. C. A. Winder, 256
  • - Manufacture of Iron in its Relations with Agriculture, Sir I. Lowthian Bell, 256
  • - On Alloys of Iron and Chromium, Mr Hadfield, 256
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL, LIVERPOOL MEETING—
  • - On the Liverpool Overhead Railway, Mr. J. H. Greathead, 256
  • - Papers to be Read and Probable Excursions, 239
  • - The Walker Engineering Laboratories, Prof. Hele-Shaw, 256
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS--
  • - Conversazione, 476
  • - Mining, Manufacture, and Uses of Asbestos, Mr. J. A. Fisher, 544
  • - Petroleum Tank Steamers, their Design and Construction, Mr. G. R. Little, 64
  • - Steam Pipes, Mr. W. J. Nowers Brett, 467, 498
  • - Treatment of Boilers, Discussion 324
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING, CIVIL AND ENGINEERS, THE MIDLAND:-
  • - Pumping Appliances used in the Sinking Operations at the Cadeby New Winning, Mr. William Henry Chambers, 344, 345
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :—
  • - Brown Segmental Wire-wound Gun, The, Mr. N. B. Wittman, 407
  • - Hill Farm-Parrish Mine Fire, Mr. F. A. Hill, 408
  • - Industrial Progress of the Schuylkill Valley Region, Mr. John Birkinbine, 407
  • - Visits to the Leading Works of Reading, Pa, to Pottstown, the Warwick Ironworks, to Pottsville, Maple Hill Colliery, and East Malanoy, 408
  • - Warwick Ironworks, Mr. W. C. Coffin on the New Hot Blast Stoves at the, 408
  • - Leeham and Dundas Smelting Works, Mr. G. F. Beardsley, 408
  • INSTITUTE OF NORTH-EAST COAST ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :—
  • - Visit of the Members to the Atlas Works (Messrs. John Brown and Co.), Sheffield, 5
  • INSTITUTE, THE SANITARY, 355
  • - Examinations for Inspectors of Nuisances, 95
  • - Order of Proceedings at the Thirteenth Congress, 233
  • INSTITUTE, THE TRAMWAYS :-
  • - Accumulator Traction, Mr. L. Epstein, 11
  • - Connelly Motor, Messrs. Sharpe and Weyman, 11
  • - Permanent Way Construction, Mr. T. Arnull, 11
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, 393, 567, 589
  • - Alexandra Graving Dock, Belfast, Mr. W. R. Kelly, 456
  • - Cockatoo Island Graving Dock, New South Wales, Mr. E. W. Young, 456
  • - Construction of a Concrete Graving Dock at Newport, Mr. R. Pick well, 456
  • - Halifax Graving Dock, Nova Scotia, The Hon. R. C. Parsons, 456
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Harrison Hay ter, 415
  • - The James Forest Lectureship, 413
  • - Manufacture of Small Arms, Mr. John Rigby’s Intended Communication on the, 456
  • - Subjects for Papers, Session 1892—3. 181
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, NEWCASTLE- UPON-TYNE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS:-
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. H. H. Wake, 421
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, THE, 422
  • - Dinner of the Institution, 468
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, THE CLEVELAND :
  • - Desulphurisation of Iron and Steel, The, Mr. Saniter, 558
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Haw- don, Oh the Quality of Durham Coke as now made, and Cleveland and its Future as a Steel-making District, 436
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, THE HULL AND DISTRICT :-
  • - The Benefit of Thorough Ventilation of Ships, Mr. F. H. Street, 540
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE MAN¬CHESTER ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Lionel B. Wells, 436
  • - Reconstruction of Railway Bridges, Mr. J. E. O. Thompson, 580
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE :
  • - Application of Electricity in the Royal Dock¬yards and the Navy, Mr. H. E. Deadman, 93
  • - Description of the Lifting Appliances in Ports-mouth Dockyard, Mr. J. T. Corner, 93
  • - Description of the New Floating Bridge be¬tween Portsmouth and Gosport, Mr. H. Graham Harris, 113, 268
  • - Experiments on the Arrangement of the Surface of a Screw Propeller, Mr. W. G. Walker, 366, 392
  • - List of Papers to be Read at the Meeting, Portsmouth, 77
  • - New Royal Pier at Southampton, Lemon, 113
  • - Portsmouth Sewage Outfall Works, Bramwell, 113
  • - Shaping Machine for Ship’s Models and the Ex-perimental Apparatus at the Admiralty Ex-periment Works at Haslar, described by Mr. R. E. Froude, 114
  • - Shipbuilding in Portsmouth Dockyard, Mr. W. H. White, 92
  • - Southampton Sewage Precipitation Works and Refuse Destructor, Mr. W. B. G. Bennet, 114
  • - Value of the Steam Jacket, The Report on the, 363
  • - Visit to the Eastney Sewage Works, 114
  • - Visit to the Locomotive and Carriage Works of the London and Brighton Railway Com¬pany, 114
  • - Visit to the New Carriage and Wagon Works of the South-Western Railway Company at Eastleigh, 114
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDERATED, 238, 239
  • - Application of Longwall Working to Seams of Moderate Inclination, Mr. E, B. Wain, 238
  • - Coalfields of Sydney, New South Wales, Mr. I. R. M. Roberts on, 239
  • - Extraction of Magnetic Minerals from Auri¬ferous and other Ores, Mr. W. B. Barrett, 239
  • - Mineral Oil Industry of Scotland, Mr. R. T. Moore on the, 239
  • - Mining in New Zealand, Mr. G. J. Binns, 239
  • - Ordnance Maps, their Defects and their Remedies, Mr. H. T. Crook, 238
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDERATED:-
  • - Processes of the Manufacture of China and Earthenware, Mr. W. Burton on the, 239
  • - Rearer Coals, Mr. Ernest Craig on the Working of, 239
  • - Report of the Council at the Annual General Meeting, 238
  • - Visits and Excursions of the Members, 2J9
  • INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS AND NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE HULL AND DISTRICT, 375
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Spear, 375
  • - Metric System of Measurement and its Application, The, Mr. H. F. Fourney, 453
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, THE NORTH-EAST COAST:—
  • - Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. R. L. Gaine, 375
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL UNITED SERVICE :—
  • - Dimensions of Modern Warships, Captain S. M. Eardley Wilmot, 51
  • International Engineering Congress, 464
  • International Inland Navigation Congress, 114, 168
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and other Districts, 21, 40, 57, 78, 97, H6, 138, 159,182, 209, 230, 249, 270, 292, 314, 334, 358, 378, 402, 423, 448, 459, 490, 510, 546, 568, 590
  • Iron, On the Elimination of Sulphur from, 275
  • Iron in its Relations to Agriculture, The Manufacture of, Sir I. Lowthian Bell, 256
  • Iron and Steel, The Desulphurisation of, 558
  • Iron and Steel, Mr. E. H. Saniter on the Desulphurisation of, 275
  • Iron Trade, The Midland, 484
  • Iron Trade of North Lincolnshire, The, 506
  • Iron Trade Employers’ Association, Annual Report, 112
  • Irrigating Machinery, The Australian Market for, 265
  • Isleworth Lock, Coffer Dam, 259, 265
  • Israel’s First and Second Brake Rolls, 30
  • Ivybridge Viaduct, Great Western Railway, 11,12
  • JANE, Mr. F. T., Illustration to the Captain of the “Mary Rose,” 83, 84, 101, 103, 122, 226, 227
  • Jaques, M., Detachable Ram and Subaquatic Projectile, 220
  • Jenning’s and Brewer’s Electrical Indicating Apparatus and Alarm Bells, 450
  • Jet Propulsion, Hydraulic or, 39, 51
  • Johnson, Mr. Richard, Great Northern Railway, Widening Works, London to Barnet, 65, 66, 106, 298, 429, 432, 433
  • Joynson and Sons’ Paper Mills, Visit of the Junior Engineering Society, 55
  • Jubilee Colliery, Shaw, Electric Pumping Plant, 398
  • Junior Draughtsmen and their Pay, 461
  • KELVIN’S, Lord, Voltmeter, 215
  • Kemp, Mr. E., 112
  • Kennedy, Mr. J. C., On a Home-made Current Meter, 580
  • Kennedy, Dry-Press Brick Machine, The, 467
  • Kennet Valley Storage Reservoir, Proposed, 466, 474, 475
  • Kilkenny Waterworks, 507
  • King’s Cross Tunnel, On the Use of Steel Needles in Driving the, 413
  • Kingdon’s Patent Light Draught River Steamer, Messrs. Simpson, Strickland and Co., 255, 258
  • Kirk, Dr. Alexander C., 312
  • Knott, Dr., on Earthquakes, 128
  • “Koh-i-Noor,” The River Thames Steamer, 31, 34, 40, 51
  • Korl, Mr. F., Manufacture of Sound Steel Ingots, 450
  • Kupelwieser, Mr., On the Manufacture of Basic Steel at Witkowitz, 275
  • LABOUR Commission, The, 119
  • Ladies’ Lifeboat Saturday Fund, 220
  • Lake Steamer, Cost of Running a, 392
  • Lake Vyrnwy and the Vyrnwy Water Supply (Supplement, July 15th, 1892), 71, 72
  • - History of Liverpool Water Supply, 4
  • - Norton Water Tower, 5, 11,13, 14, 15
  • - Syphon Crossing Weaver, 7
  • - Tunnel under Mersey, 10
  • - Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 14, 15, 72
  • - Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, 5, 9
  • - Vyrnwy Valley, The, 5
  • Lancashire Machinists, Railway Rates and, 418
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Injector Patterns, 574
  • Lancaster Wagon Company, The Electric Tram Car, 442
  • Lang and Sons, Messrs., J., Double-geared Mill¬ing Machine, 220
  • Lang and Sons, Messrs., 30in. Pulley Lathe, 95
  • Lathes, Milling Machines, and, 486
  • Launch Engine, Roots’ Petroleum, 289, 327, 332
  • Launch of the Twin-Screw Steamer, “Campania,” 224
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 18, 42, 59, 98, 105,119 141, 161, 185, 211, 224, 251, 273, 282, 295, 337 361, 381, 405, 425, 451, 471, 493, 513, 546, 570, 592
  • Launching Curves of the Ship “Peru, 247
  • Laundry Appliances Exhibition, 11
  • Lathe, 30in. Pulley, 95
  • Lauterbrunnen to Murren, Hydraulic Lift and Electrical Railway from, 312
  • LEADERS :—
  • - Administration Report on Indian Railways, The, 131
  • - Amalgamated Society of Engineers, 538
  • - Anthracite Coal for Domestic Use, 465
  • - Amateurs and Others, 131
  • - Apotheosis of the Producer, The, 264
  • - Apprenticeship System, The, 199
  • - Arbitration v. Actions at Law, 507
  • - “Areas” Silver, 538
  • - Australian Market for Irrigating Machinery, The, 265
  • - Auxiliary Fleet of France, The, 562
  • - Balfour, Mr., on Technical Education, 561
  • - Bessemer and Open-Hearth Steel Manufacture, The, 264
  • LEADERS (continued)
  • - Boiling the Hamburg Water Supply, 374
  • - Boring for Water, 14
  • - Brake Horse-power, 13, 177
  • - British Trade Abroad, 331
  • - Calculation of Blast Furnace Charges by Means of the Slide Rule, 286
  • - Canal Tools, and the Engineering and Iron Trades, 353
  • - Canet Coast Long Quick-Fire Guns, 308
  • - Cannel Gas, 263
  • - Cape of Good Hope Government Rulways, 200
  • - Captain of the Mary Rose, The, 91, 397
  • - Carbonic Anhydride Refrigerators, 36
  • - Central London Electric Railway Bill. The, 14
  • - Clapham Junction Accident, The, 352
  • - Collapse of Cannich Bridge, The, 201
  • - Colliery Managers and Non-Union Workmen, 465
  • - Competition in the Pipe Founding Trade, 308
  • - Compression of Gases, 307
  • - Cultivation Filters for Sewage Disposal, 330
  • - Dee Conservancy, The, 92
  • - Development of tbe Alkali Tride, A New, 373
  • - Doctrine of Idleness, The, 397
  • - Drainage of Paris, The, 132
  • - Earthquakes and Buildings, 308
  • - Eastern Exchange and Home Manufactures, 352
  • - Electric Locomotives, 71
  • - Electrical Traction, 243
  • - Elephant v. Locomotive, 441
  • - Engine Friction, 92
  • - Engineering Examination Papers, 243
  • - Engineering Training, 464
  • - Engineering Works in the East, 308
  • - Engineering Works in Turkey, 538
  • - Engineer’s Ship of War, An, 35
  • - Engineers and the Export Trade, 54
  • - Engineers and our Meat Supply, 562
  • - Engines and Boilers in the Navy, 285
  • - English and American Railway Practice, 440, 505
  • - English Steamers and Foreign Buyers, 286
  • - Explosion on the Lake of Geneva, 54
  • - Explosions and Boiler Insurance, 111
  • - Fashion and Steam Engines, 583
  • - Fast Trains to Railway Centres, 584
  • - Five Days’ Fiasco, The, 331
  • - Five Days’ Week, The, 36
  • - Flexible Locomotives, 351
  • - Forced Wages, 561
  • - Foreign Trade, Our, 244
  • - French Mercantile Marine, Tbe, 331
  • - French Ordnance, 200
  • - Future of the Atlantic, The, 439, 484
  • - Gas Supply, The, 13
  • - Harvey and Tresidder Plates, 329
  • - High-speed Locomotives, 35
  • - Holborn to the Strand, From, 53
  • - Horses v. Electricity in Country Work, 265
  • - Improvement in the Steel Trade, 562
  • - Indian Plumbago, 351
  • - Influence of Impurities on Copper, The, 91
  • - Inland Waterway and Transport Congress, The 200
  • - International Engineering Congress, 464
  • - Iron Trade of North Lincolnshire, The, 506
  • - Light in Dark Places, 538
  • - Linking-up of the Indian Railway Systems, 71
  • - Locomotive Coal, 307
  • - Locomotive Engines for New South Wales, 36
  • - London Chamber of Arbitration, The, 484
  • - London and North-Western Railway, 154
  • - London Water Supply, The Royal Commission and the, 153
  • - Long Guns and their Powers, 153
  • - Lowest Tender, The, 330
  • - Machinery in Coal Mines, 54
  • - Machinery Displacing Hand Labour, 244
  • - Mersey Dock and Harbour Board, The, 396
  • - Metropolitan Railway Extensions, 112
  • - Midland Iron Trade, The, 484
  • - Midland Railway Extension, 132
  • - Milling and Baking Exhibition, 14
  • - Modern Comet Steamboat, A, 224
  • - Monitors as Harbour Defence Ships, 463
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, 506
  • - National Trade Report, The, 154
  • - Native Rulers in India and Railway Construction, 440
  • - New Disappearing Gun, A, 201
  • - New Northern Railways, 464
  • - New Unionism at Work, The, 112
  • - New View of the London Water Question, A, 483
  • - North-Eastern Railway Works, 176
  • - Oil Centre for the East, An, 583
  • - Oil Gas, 132
  • - Our Engineering and Machinery Trades and the American Revival, 440
  • - Our Export of Engines, 440
  • - Our Exports of Railroad Material, 352
  • - Paris, The Drainage of, 132
  • - Point of Patent Law, A, 464
  • - Profits in the Steel Trade and Labour Demands,. 224
  • - Projected Metropolitan Improvements, 329
  • - Projected Northern Railway, A, 331
  • - Proposed Additions to the French Navy, 352
  • - Proposed Ship Canal to Brussels, 584
  • - Pumping Engines and Coal Mining, 331
  • - Quick-fire Guns for the French Navy, 154 176
  • - Quick-firing Gun, A New, 54
  • - Railway Competition in South Africa, 54
  • - Railway Construction in Syria, 264
  • - Railway Rates and Lancashire Machinists 418
  • - Railway Traffic and Accidents, 175
  • - Railway Unpunctuality. 223
  • - Railways in France for 1893, 538
  • - Rating of Machinery, The, 36
  • - Regulation of the Electrical Industry by the Board of Trade, 374
  • - Ribble Navigation Improvements and Preston Dock, 308
  • - Royal Commission and the London Water Supply, The, 153
  • - Russian Armour-Plate Competition, The 483
  • - Screw Propellers and Inventors, 395
  • - Sewerage of Paris, The, 286
  • - Sheffield Smoke Again, 465
  • - Shipbuilding—Wooden and Steel, 201
  • - Shipbuilding of the Year, The, 506
  • - Shipyard Apprentices, 395
  • - Ship Canals, 111
  • - Smoke Prevention, 375
  • - Standard Machines, 537
  • - SteamRoad Roller Boilers and Boiler Insurance, 154
  • - S.S. “Scot,” The, 132
  • LEADERS (continued):—
  • - Sudden Fogs and the Electric Light, 562
  • - Telegraph Extension in the East, 396
  • - Thames Crossings below the Tower, 373
  • - Thirsk Collision, The, 417, 463
  • - Toothed Gearing for Large Powers, 285
  • - Trades Union Congress, The, 223
  • - Train Lighting, 36
  • - Transvaal and South African Railways, 537
  • - Underground Tramway in Paris, Proposed, 54
  • - United States Presidential Election, The, 418
  • - Value of Harvesting Machinery, The, 177
  • - Value of Steam Jackets, The, 417
  • - Vickers-Harvey Nickel Plate at Portsmouth, 396
  • - Victorian Railways, 72
  • - Vyrnwy Aqueduct, The, 72
  • - What of the American Tariff Now ? 440
  • - Working Expenses on Railways, 36
  • - Year’s Clyde Dredgings, A, 584
  • Leboucq, M., His Paper at the Congress on Navigation at Paris, 168
  • Leeds Arc Light System, The, 332
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE.
  • - Bottens v. Mayor and Corporation of York, 77
  • - Hopkinkson v. the St. James’ Electric Light Company, 410, 441, 468, 490
  • - Muir and Houston v. the Owners of the s.s. “Earl of Devon,” 55
  • Leather-Link Belt, Steel and, Gaskings, 30
  • Legoux’s Method of Securing Wheel Tires, 64
  • Leighton Buzzard Town Water Supply, 500
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:—
  • - Abnormal Railways, Bernard Dawson, 263
  • - Abnormal Railways ? J. W., 199
  • - Abnormal Railways, Chas. S. Kershaw, 307
  • - Abraham’s Rotary Pumps ? Wm. D. and Co., 53
  • - Action of Spongy Platinum, J. D. Leech, 314
  • - Adulterated Oxygen, T. C. Hepworth, 503
  • - Aerial Navigation, Ben Zane, 10
  • - Ammonia from Blast Furnaces? -Henry Aitken, 285
  • - Anthracite Coal for Domestic Use, the Writer of the Pamphlet, 489
  • - Atlantic Landing Stage, J. T. Cochran, 305
  • - Attainments Realised in Quartermain’s Aero- transitor, W. Quartermain, 568
  • - “Barfleur,” The, G. W. C., 116
  • - Bent Piston-rods, Puzzled, 378
  • - Bicycle Cab Wheels ? W. B., 131
  • - Boiler Covering ? Shipowner, 131
  • - Boiler Explosions: How to Avoid them, C. E., 461
  • - Boiler Explosions : How to Avoid them, M. I. M. E., 489
  • - Boilermaking Plant? Rivet Head, 483
  • - Boiler Tube Ferrules ? Alfred J. Coffigny, 199
  • - Box-making Machinery? T. H. H., 351
  • - Brake Horse-power, An American in Europe, 69, 116
  • - Brake Horse-power, A. H. Barker, 270, 305
  • - Brake Horse-power, Anthony S. Bower, 50, 204
  • - Brake Horse-power, C. E. B., 50, 137, 229, 305
  • - Brake Horse-power, Contractor, 69
  • - Brake Horse-power, John Goodman, 305
  • - Brake Horse-power, C. T. Hancock, 39
  • - Brake Horse-power, J. and H. McLaren, 39, 50, 89
  • - Brake Horse-power, P. Nicholls, 10
  • - Brake Horse - power, An Old Hand, 248, 279 358
  • - Brake Horse-power, W. H. Shaw, 172
  • - Brake Horse-power, A. L. Stevenson, 270, 305, 378
  • - Brake Horse-power, Tester, 10
  • - Brake Horse-power, Y., 137
  • - Brass Tube Drawing Benches? S. and S , 395
  • - Butterley Ironworks, FitzHerbert Wrigbt, 540
  • - Campania’s Rudder, The, H. E. P., 305
  • - Canada, England, and the United States, E. E. Russell Tratman, 460
  • - Canals and Irrigation in India, C. H. Hutton, 357
  • - Cannel Gas Enrichment, Calorific, 279
  • - Captain of the “Mary Rose,” Civilian, 279, 422
  • - Captain of the “Mary Rose,” W. Laird Clowes, 279, 356
  • - Captain of the “Mary Rose,” Fleming Fitzroy, 279
  • - Captain of the “Mary Rose,” The, Horse Marine, 269, 371
  • - Captain of the “Mary Rose,” The, Submarine, 204
  • - Captain of the “Mary Rose,” J. L. S., 305
  • - Cast Iron Test Bars, W. J. Millar, 89
  • - Cast Iron Test Bars, E. R. Verity, A. Binns, 69
  • - Central Station for London, F. A. Barraud, 269
  • - Comb-making Machinery? E. M. V., 373
  • - Copper Steam Pipes, John Ferguson, 196
  • - Corn Flour Machinery ? D. Me. J,, 329
  • - Corn Measure? A. M., 199
  • - Cost of Tramway Traction, J. Forrest Brunton 278
  • - Cost of Tramway Traction, Stephen Sellon, 138
  • - Cost of Tramway Traction, J. E. Weyman, 314
  • - Curious Case, A, Inquirer, 555
  • - Cyclone Wind Pressures, Rigis de Chagne, 38
  • - Cylinder Condensation, G. R. Bodmer, 229, 304
  • - Cylinder Condensation, V. Dwelshauvers Dery, 181
  • - Cylinder Condensation, For Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 270
  • - Cylinder Condensation, Phryx, 358
  • - Cylinder Condensation, Mr. X., 196, 269
  • - Cylinder Condensation, Zero, 89
  • - Cylinder Lubricator with Piston and Ratchet ? N. F., 483
  • - Demagnetising Watches ? Chronos, 561
  • - Demagnetising Watches, R. R., 583
  • - Die Eisenbahn Geleise, Th. Peters, 503
  • - Discipline of the Engine-room, Crosshead, 229
  • - Distillery Plant, R. T., 373
  • - Dockised River and River Mouth Docks, E. E. Russell Tratman, 540
  • - Drill for Making Square Holes ? C. D. M., 131
  • - Driving British Timber, E. R. Dale, 439
  • - Driving Screw Spike, J. C. W., 329
  • - Driving Screw, Ben Lena, 395
  • - Drying British Timber ? T., 417
  • - Eight-Coupled Locomotives, Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Limited, 589
  • - Electric Lighting in Dublin ? Babcock and Wilson, Limited, 223
  • - Electric Locomotives, Avellana, 181
  • - Electric Locomotives, Traction, 204
  • - Electric Locomotives, Wilfrid and Spence, 89
  • - Electric Railways, Frank B. Lea, 230
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :—
  • - Electric Traction, G. A. Grindle, 69
  • - Electric Tram Cars, Frank King, 358
  • - Electrofons? K. and Co., 373
  • - Elmore Copper Tubes, D. K. Clark, 445
  • - Emery Wheel Dressers, TT, 417
  • - Employment of Boys on the Manchester Sewage Farm, Joseph Swarbrick, 357
  • - Engine Diagrams, Compressor, 501
  • - Engineering in Egypt, W. Willcocks, 51
  • - Engineering Examinations, Head Draughtsman, 314
  • - Engineering Examination Papers, Omicron Pie, 248
  • - Engineering Exams, Interested, 401
  • - Engineering Exams, M. I. and S. Inst., 357
  • - Engineering Examinations, Omicron Pie, 278, 356.
  • - Engineering Examinations, Progress, 314
  • - Engineering Exams., Sigma Sigma, 356
  • - Engineers in India, An Indian Engineer, 181
  • - Engines and Boilers in the Navy, E.. 401
  • - Engines and Boilers in the Navy, A. N. E., 326
  • - English and American Locomotives, W. M. A., 444, 481, 567
  • - English and American Locomotives, W. H. Cooper, 305, 327
  • - English and American Locomotives, An Indian Locomotive Superintendent, 137
  • - English and American Locomotives, J. B. Walker, 10
  • - English v. American Locomotives, A Man in a Running-shed, 567
  • - English v. American Locomotives, Progress, 502
  • - English v. American Locomotives, W. B. Thompson, 502
  • - English and American Railway Carriages, G. L. C., 460
  • - English and Foreign Export Practice, John Birch and Co., 444
  • - English and Foreign Export Practice, Fair Rations, 461
  • - English and Foreign Export Practice, Taffy, 540
  • - English and Foreign Export Practice, Ralph Hart Tweddell, 502
  • - Export Practice, John Birch and Co., 554
  • - Fair Play for Oil Engines, J. E. Weyman, 422
  • - Fast Running on the London and North-Western Railway. Acton Warburton, 589
  • - Fast Trains in Germany, M. R., 10
  • - Firemen for the Naval Reserve, Your Contributor, 358
  • - First Triple-Expansion Engines, The Russell and Spence. 589
  • - Flexible Metallic Tubing? A. T. N., 285
  • - Foreign Sewage Precipitation Works, Albert Wollheim, 13
  • - Foundry Cupola Blowers, W. J. Ellis, 589
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Bank Clerk, 401
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Bilboes, 415
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, John Brett, 481
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, John Brew, 554
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, W. Bulstrode, 445
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, W. A. S. B., 481
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Economy up to Date, 401
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Est Modus in Rebus, 414
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, David Evans, 370, 460
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, A Half-Ruined Landowner, 400
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Interested, 357
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Leeds Trader, 304, 357, 371
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Mark Lane, 357
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, I. Morgan, 326, 370, 415
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Nemo, 370, 414
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, A Ruined Land owner, 370
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, M. H. R., 371, 400, 414, 415, 445
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, Sag Tor, 401, 502
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, A Trader, 304, 357, 401, 445
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, W. B. J., 415
  • - Free Trade, Fair Trade, and No Trade, E. W., 481
  • - Future of the Atlantic, The, John Batey, 502, 589
  • - Future of the Atlantic, The, R. P., 502
  • - Future of the Atlantic, North-Western, 480, 568
  • - Future of the Atlantic, The, Union Jack, 480
  • - Gas Engines at the Warwick Show, Richard Simon, 10
  • - Gas Meters and Gas Engines, R. D., 503
  • - Gas Meters and Gas Engines, Robert Phillips, 540
  • - Gaseous Fuel for Cement Burning, A. H. Hewitt, 333
  • - Gaseous Fuel for Cement Burning, A. H. H., 333
  • - Gaseous Fuel for Cement Burning, Stanger and Blount, 356
  • - Gaseous Fuel for Cement Burning, Wilfrid Stokes, 356
  • - Great Northern Railway Widening Works, W. Quance, 503
  • - Great Western Railway, The, Hyde Clarke, 69
  • - Great Western Railway, The, E. B. D., 39
  • - H.M.S. “Vulcan,” Thos. and W. Smith, for Clarence D. Smith, 329
  • - Herstal Small - arms Factory, The, Mark Robinson, 489
  • - High-speed Bearings? Miller, 561
  • - High-speed Locomotives, Charles Rous Marten, 38
  • - High-speed Shafting, R. R., 583
  • - Hydraulic or Jet Propulsion, C. P., 51
  • - Hydraulic or Jet Propulsion, Alexander Vogelsang, 39
  • - Hydraulic Signalling, Harry Pollitt, 489
  • - Hydraulic Signalling, Your Reviewer, 503
  • - Imperishable Composition, M. P. B., 373
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :—
  • - India-rubber Covering for Pulleys? Inquirer, 439
  • - Influence of Steam Jackets, North England, 10
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, Mining. 567
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, The, Fair Play and no Favour
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers, E. E. Erskine, E. Manville, Alf. E. Mavor, John Raworth, A. A. C. Swinton, 422
  • - Junior Draughtsmen and their Pay, C. R. T. S., 461
  • - Lifeboat Saturday, Charles W. Macara, 94, 393
  • - Lifeboat Saturday, J. F. Pearson, 116
  • - Liquorice Juice Mills? G., 285
  • - Liquorice Plant? W. S. W., 537
  • - Liverpool Corporation Waterworks, Vyrnwy Scheme, The Pearson and Knowles Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., 71
  • - Liverpool Water Supply, The, Jas. Abernethy, 181
  • - Locomotive Development, F. N. T., 305
  • - Locomotive History, Blower, 290
  • - Locomotive History, R. Mansel, 327
  • - Locomotive History, Clement E. Stretton, 290
  • - London Water Question, A New View of the, W. B. B., 503
  • - Machines for Packing Hops? E. L. R., 329
  • - Mombasa Railway, The, A. L. Bruce, 230
  • - Monitors, G. W. Cobb, 503
  • - Multiple Projectile, A, S. Tolver Preston, 371
  • - Munro and Jamieson’s Pocket-book of Electrical Rules and Tables, Andrew Jamieson, 401
  • - Mystery of Steam, The, Wm. Donaldson, 589
  • - Naphthaline? P. A., 537
  • - Narrow Gauge Railways in Ireland, J. L. D. Meares, 116
  • - Naval Boilers, Artificer, 269
  • - Navy Boilers, D. Croll, 68
  • - Navy Boilers, Jas. Howden, 68, 114
  • - Navy Boilers, W. A. Martin, 68, 115
  • - Navy Boilers, N. E., 136
  • - Navy Boilers, A Superintending Engineer, 88
  • - Navy Boilers, F. P. S., 136
  • - Navy Engines and Boilers, James Howden, 377
  • - New Wire-winding Machine, Alfred Wenner, 94
  • - Next to Nothing, J. D. Mansell, 248
  • - Next to Nothing, S. Tolver Preston, 230
  • - Note upon Screw Propellers, Robert Mansel, 503
  • - Notes on First Principles, S. Tolver Preston, 137, 229, 333
  • - Ochta Trials, The, Edwin M. Fox, 568
  • - Oil Engines, John Henry Knight, 461
  • - Oiling the Waves ? J. G. N., 13
  • - Old Winding Engines, F. S. Ransome, 307
  • - Ordnance Maps, Henry T. Crook, 269
  • - Origin of the 4ft. 8£in. Gauge, The, W. P. Marshall, 116
  • - Oscillation of Railway Vehicles, The, C. E. Cardew, 196
  • - Paddle Areas, H. M. R., 401
  • - Paddle Steamer, “Koh-i-noor,” Robert Morton, 51
  • - Paper Embossing Rolls ? Engineer, 35
  • - Paper Wheels ? Rags, 583
  • - Particular Forms Water Assumes on Steam Engine Cylinder Walls and Passages, Bryan Donkin, jun., 333
  • - Particular Forms Water Assumes on Steam Engine Cylinder Walls and Passages, A. Basil Wilson, 333
  • - Patent Law in Egypt, G. G. M. Hardingham, 503
  • - Patent Renewal Fees, E. P. Alexander and Son, 181
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines, John Pritchard, 540
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines, Wm. Robinson, 445
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines, J. D. Roots, 481
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines, J. E. Weyman, 480
  • - Portable Derrick Cranes on High Cliffs to Rescue the Drowning, J. Lawrence-Hamilton, 94
  • - Portable Rapid Rock Drills on High Cliffs in the Rescue of the Drowning, J. Lawrence- Hamilton, 181
  • - Prices of Goods at Chicago, Intending Exhibitor, 51
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, Amateur Mathematician, 50
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, W. Jansen, 290
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, Tutor, 89
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, Amateur Mathematician, 89
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, T., 89
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, T. I. D., 69, 115
  • - Problem in Gyroscopes, H. Wake, 10
  • - Proposed Varley Testimonial, R. E. Crompton, 39
  • - Protection of Wire Ropes, The, Herbert Cheeseman, 69
  • - Railway Brakes in Germany, Fred. C. Fairholme, 481
  • - Railway Carriage Doors ? Broad Gauge, 199
  • - Railway Carriage Doors, Passenger, 230
  • - Railway Speeds, Jas. Clinton, 461
  • - Reduced Patent Fees, Marks and Clark, 138
  • - Re-phosphorisation in the Ladle, John Head, 445
  • - Rescue the Drowning, J. Lawrence Hamilton, 589
  • - Roll Turning ? J. J., 263
  • - Rooper and Tozer’s Electric Drill, W. O. Rooper and Tozer, 327
  • - Roots’ Oil Engine, J. D. Roots, 327
  • - Royal United Service Institution, Boughey Burgess, 260
  • - Sardine Tins ? Tin, 223
  • - Science Examinations, Once a Common Five- Eighth, 327
  • - Screw Propellers, Robt. McGlasson, 326, 460
  • - Screw Propellers, Robt. Mansel, 393
  • - Screw Propellers and Influences on their Action, Robt. Mansell, 554
  • - Screw Propulsion with Non-Reversible Engines, Robt. McGlasson, 270
  • - Self-Binding Reapers, Agricola, 10
  • - Shipyard Apprentices, Highland Tar, 444
  • - Shipyard Apprentices, John Inglis, 444
  • - Shipyard Apprentices, R. Knight, 422, 461
  • - Shipyard Apprentices, the Writer of the Article, 444, 489
  • - Shredding Cocoa Nut ? J. H. C., 417
  • - Silicate Cotton? W. S. B., 243
  • - South Kensington Examinations, Rho Sigma, 270
  • - Southwark Bridge, Edward Weir, 181
  • - Steam Pipes ? Ignis Fatuus, 505
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - S.S. “Clan Monroe,” The, for Westray, Copeland and Co., G. B. Richards, 329
  • - Steam Trials of a Danish Cruiser, John I. Thornycroft and K. C. Neilson and Co., 567
  • - Steel Shot Gun Barrels, Cartridge, 568
  • - Stress by Arresting Falling Weight, Wm. Robertson, 327
  • - Stress on Brake Wheels, W. Dobson, 537
  • - Stresses in a Foot-Bridge, D. Morse, 327
  • - Strike at the Stockton Forge, The, for the Stockton Forge, C. J. Seaman, Manager, 415
  • - Sun’s Heat and Ethereal Resistance, The, G. D. S., 181
  • - Testing Steel, Young Hand, 269
  • - Thermo - Dynamics, Anthony S. Bower, 115, 279, 304, 488
  • - Thermo-Dynamics, Wm. Donaldson 260, 304
  • - Thermo-Dynamics, J. J., 229, 423
  • - Thermo-Dynamics, W. J. S., 260, 279
  • - Thirsk Collision, The, John P. O’Donnell, 489
  • - Throttling of Steam Passages, The, E. R. Dolby, 204
  • - Timber Bridges? W. B. T., 243
  • - Toothed Gearing, Henry Lea and Thornbery, 326
  • - Tractive Power of Locomotives ? J., 561
  • - Train Resistance, H. R. Leahy, 278
  • - Training of Apprentices, The, Fogey, 461
  • - Triple-headed Spikes? J. R., 373
  • - Value of Steam Jackets, The, Steam, 445
  • - Vessels of the United States Navy, R. Manse!, 356
  • - Waste Products in the Chemical Trade, Bernard Cail, 69
  • - Wire Guns, James Longridge, 461
  • - Wire Ropes, Inquirer, 358, 460
  • - Wire Ropes, Observer, 371
  • - Wire Ropes, One Who Knows, 393
  • - Wire Ropes, J. Bucknail Smith, 393, 481
  • - Wire Ropes, Strand, 393
  • - Working Cost of Oil Engines, E. R. Dolby, 589
  • “Libertad,” The Argentine Twin Screw Armour Clad Ram, 427
  • Lifeboat Saturday, 94, 116, 393
  • Lifeboat Saturday Fund, Ladies’, 220
  • Lifeboat Trials and Experiments, Intended, 397
  • Light in Dark Places, 538
  • Light Draught River Steamer, Kingdon’s Patent, Messrs. Simpson, Strickland, and Co., 255, 258
  • Lighting of Trains, 36
  • Lightning Tapper, The, 542
  • Linde British Refrigeration Co., Meat Freezing Plant, 542
  • Linking-up of the Indian Railway Systems, The, 71
  • Liquorice Juice Mills? 285
  • Liquorice Plant, 537
  • LITERATURE :—
  • - Alternate Current Transformer in Theory and Practice, Vol. II., by J. A. Fleming, 177
  • - Applications of Elliptic Functions, by Alfred Geo. Greenhill, 441
  • - Art of Teaching and Studying Languages, by Francois Gouin, 133
  • - Century Dictionary, The, An Encyclopaedic Lexicon of the English Language, Prepared under the Superintendence of Wm. Dwight Whitney, 177
  • - Die Eisenbahn Geleise, von A. Haarmann, 418
  • - Electric Railway in Theory and Practice, by Oscar T. Crosby and Louis Bell, 585
  • - Electric Traction on Railways and Tramways, by Anthony Reckenzaun, 585
  • - First Principles of Mechanical Engineering, by John Imray and C. H. W. Briggs, 397
  • - Handbuch der Elektrotechnik, von Dr. Erasmus Kittier, 353
  • - Intercommunication in Railway Trains, andc., by Harry Pollitt, 465
  • - Internal Ballistics, being a Lecture in Honour of the Anniversary of the Birth of Jas. Watt Delivered before the Greenock Philosophical Society, by Captain Noble, 353
  • - Introduction to the Differential and Integral Calculus, by W. J. Millar, 15
  • - Irrigation Canals and Other Irrigation Works, and the Flow of Water in Canals, by P. J. Flynn, 132
  • - Le Role de 1’Eau dans les Cylindres and Vapeur, par L. Anspach, 72
  • - Locomotive Engine and its Development, The, A Popular Treatise on the Gradual Improvements made in Railway Engines between 1803 and 1892, by Clement J. Stretton, 244
  • - Manual of the Steam Engine for Engineers and Technical Schools, Parts I. and IL, by Robt. H. Thurston, 563
  • - Mechanical Engineer’s Pocket-book, The, by D. Kinnear Clark, 244
  • - Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 1891-92, 375
  • - Naval Architect’s, Shipbuilder’s, and Marine Engineer’s Pocket-book, by C. Mackrow, 397
  • - Notes on Building Constructions Arranged to Meet the Requirements of the Syllabus of the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, South Kensington, 155
  • - Particulars of the Warships of the World, 133
  • - Pocket-book of Electrical Rules and Tables for the Use of Electricians and Electrical Engineers, by John Munroe and Andrew Jamieson, 331
  • - Steam Boilers, their Defects, Management, and Construction, by R. D. Munro, 507
  • - Street Railways, their Construction, Operation, and Maintenance (Trams), a Practical Handbook for Street Railway-men, by C. B. Fairchild, 585
  • - Tourist Guide to the Continent, Holidays in North Germany and Scandinavia, Walks in Holland, Walks in the Ardennes, by Percy Lindley, 155
  • - Traite Pratique d’Electricite, par M. Felix Lucas, 309
  • - “Transactions” of the Royal Irish Academy, On Elliptographs, and On a Mechanical Rocker for Detecting Oscillations, Vol. XXIX., Part XIX., by Thos. Alexander,. 15
  • - Travels amongst the Great Andes of the.Equator, by Edw. Wymper, 36
  • - Watt’s Dictionary of Chemistry, Revised and entirely Re-written, by H. Foster Morley and M. M. Pattison Muir, 112
  • - Woodwork (The English Sloyd), by S. Barter, 584
  • - “Yule-Tide,” Cassell’s Christmas Annual, Cassell’s Family Magazine, December Number, 507
  • Little, Mr. G. R., Petroleum Tank Steamers, their Design and Construction, 64
  • Liverpool Corporation Waterworks, Vyrnwy Scheme, 71
  • Liverpool and the Mersey Docks and Landings, 430
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, Mr. J. H. Greathead on the, 256
  • Liverpool Water Supply, The, 181
  • Lloyd’s Proving House, Glasgow, 575
  • Lobnitz and Co., Messrs., Sand Pump Dredger “Thyboron” (Supplement, September 16th, 1892), 245
  • Locomotive, Bogie Tank, Messrs. Nasmyth, Wilson, and Co., 413
  • Locomotive Coal, 307
  • Locomotive, Compound, Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, MM. Baudry and Bland, 305, 306
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modern, 573
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modern, Section IL, Part III., Brass Foundry, 339, 383
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modern; Section IL, Foundry; Part IL, the Use of Steel Castings, 25, 26, 27
  • Locomotive Developement, 305
  • Locomotive, Eight-coupled Mineral, London and North-Western Railway, 560, 565
  • Locomotive, Electric Shunting, 166
  • Locomotive, Elephant v., 441
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Great Northern Railway (December 16th, 1892), Mr. Patrick Stirling
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean (Supplement, October 28th, 1892), 365, 377
  • Locomotive Engines in Great Britain and Ireland, 204
  • Locomotive Engines for New South Wales, 36
  • Locomotive Engines in New South Wales, 19
  • Locomotive, Four-cylinder Compound Express, Northern Railway of France, Societe Alsacienne de Constructions Mecaniques, 198, 205
  • Locomotive History, 290, 327
  • Locomotive, Narrow Gauge, the Hunslet Engine Company, 52, 55, 63
  • Locomotive, Narrow Gauge, Tralee and Dingle Railway, the Hunslet Engine Company, 52, 55 63, 64
  • Locomotive Performance on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 355
  • Locomotive Tank Engine, London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, Mr. Thomas Whitelegg. 456, 458
  • Locomotive, A Tramway Gas Engine, 291
  • Locomotives, Baldwin, in New South Wales, 253
  • Locomotives, Converted Great Western, 342, 343, 346
  • Locomotives, Eight-coupled, 589
  • Locomotives, Electric, 71, 89, 181, 204
  • Locomotives, English and American, 10, 137, 305, 327, 444, 481, 502, 567
  • Locomotives, Flexible, 351
  • Locomotives, Fires caused by, 126
  • Locomotives, High-speed, 35, 38
  • Locomotives, in New South Wales, 322
  • Lock, Isleworth, 259, 265
  • Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Locomotive Performance on the, 355
  • London Chamber of Arbitration, The, 469, 484
  • London Chamber of Commerce and the Chicago Exhibition, 56
  • London County Council, The, Fire Engines ordered by, 415
  • London, Electric Lighting in, 213—215
  • London, Greater, Births and Deaths Registered in, 161
  • London and North-Western Railway, 154
  • London and North-Western Railway, Running on the, 589
  • London Railways Fifty Years ago, 297
  • London and Southend Railway, Bogie Engine, 413
  • London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, motive Tank Engine, 456, 458
  • London Water Question, New View of the, 483, 503
  • London Water Supply, The Royal Commission and the, 153
  • Long Guns and their Powers, 153
  • Longwall Working to Seams of Moderate Inclina¬tion in North Staffordshire, Mr. E. B. Wain on the Application of, 238
  • Loughton Sewage Works, 302
  • Lubricator, Automatic Adjustable Drop-feed, Mr. A. T. Moller, 136
  • Lubricator, Automatic Adjustable Feed, McDonnell’s, 543
  • Lubricator, Shaw’s Mill Spindle, 354
  • Lubricator for Solidified Oil, Green’s, 377
  • Lupton, Mr. Robert, on the State of Trade. 313
  • Lyster, Mr. G. F., His Report as to the Mersey Docks, 169
  • McDONNELL’S Automatic Adjustable Lubricator, 543
  • Machine Tools, English, for America, 400
  • Machine Tools, Improved, 486
  • Machinery in Coal Mines, 54
  • Machinery Displacing Hand Labour, 244
  • Machinery, Rating of, 36
  • Machinery, Taxation of, 348
  • McLaren, Messrs. J. and H., Triple-expansion Condensing Engines, Oxford Electric Lighting Station, 5
  • McLeod, Dr. H. M., On the Want of Delicate Balances, 128
  • McMurrich’s System, The Bristol Docks, 320
  • M’Onie, Harvey, and Co., .Messrs., Conversion of their Business into a Company, 553
  • “Made in Great Britain,” German Legislation and English Goods Imported into Germany 450
  • Maginnis, Mr. A. J., On the Developement of the Machinery of Atlantic Liners, 498
  • Maidenhead Bridge, Great Western Railway, 70, 75
  • Managua, Compound Pumping Engines for, 303
  • Manchester Sewage Farm, Emplojment of Bovs on the, 356
  • Manchester Ship Canal, The, 28, 127, 130, 246, 400, 431
  • Manchester Ship Canal and Pottery Traffic, 95
  • Mannesmann Process for Rolling Seamless Tubes from Solid Ingots, Mr. W. H. Baraclougb, 540
  • Mansel, Mr. Robert, Comparative Efficiency of Paddle Wheel and Screw, 311
  • Mansel, Robert, On the Problems of Steamship Propulsion, 15
  • Map of Alternative Streets between Holborn and the Strand, 55
  • Map of the County of London, Contour, 399
  • Map of the Great Lakes of North America, 225
  • Map of Route and Surroundings of the West Highland Railway, 167, 168
  • Map Showing Position of Centres Connected and Routes of Railways, Mombasa and Victoria Nyanza, 143
  • Maps, Ordnance, their Defects and Remedies, 238, 269
  • Maps of the Railway Communication with the Chicago Exhibition, 61, 62
  • Marine Engine, The First Triple-expansion, 557
  • Marine Engineers ? School for, 152
  • Marine, The French Mercantile, 331
  • Marine, A Mercantile, for Belgium, 368
  • Maritime Canal, Bruges, 172
  • Marshall’s Engines, Aberdeen Infirmary, 324
  • Martino, Chevalier de, Sketches Illustrating the Captain of the “ Mary Rose,” 83, 84, 102, 104, 121, 122, 123, 124, 145, 164, 165, 187,188, 189, 190, 191, 235, 236, 237
  • Martin’s Stokehold Ventilator, 282
  • Mason’s Pivotted Sky-lights and Side-lights, 592
  • Mason and Co., Messrs., Leven Stone Breaker, 421
  • Mastic, Patent, Messrs. Tolhurst and Sons, 447
  • Mather and Platt, Messrs., Electric Shunting Engine, 166
  • Mauritius, Injury done by the Cyclone to “Tombeau” Malartic, 38
  • Measurement of Velocity by Sound, 163
  • Meat Freezing Plant, New, 542
  • Meat Supply, Engineers and Our, 562
  • Medal, A Railway, 392
  • Melton, Railway Accident at, 156
  • Melyn Tin-plate Works, Rolling Mill Engines, 488, 490
  • Mercantile Marine, The French, 331
  • Merry weather and Sons, Messrs., Fire Engines for the London County Council, 415
  • Merry weather and Sons, Messrs., Fire Station, South African Exhibition, 580
  • Merryweather and Sons, Messrs., New Steam Fire Engine for the Bombay Fire Brigade, 412
  • Mersey Aqueduct Tunnel, The Visits of the Members of the Iron and Steel Institute, and the Liverpool Engineering Society to, 158
  • Mersey Dock and Harbour Board, The, 396
  • Mersey Docks, The, 169
  • Merwede Canal, The, 291
  • Metallic Tubing, Flexible, 580
  • Meteorological Observations in the Atlantic Ocean, By the Prince of Monaco, 128
  • Meteorological Observations on Ben Nevis, 287
  • Meters, Electric Light, 157
  • Metric System of Measurement and its Application, Mr. H. F. Fourney, 453
  • Metropolitan Improvements, Projected, 329
  • Metropolitan Railway Extensions, The, 112
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, The Proposed Kennet Vailey Storage Reservoir, 466, 474, 475
  • Michelson, Mr. A. A., His New Discoveries in Spectroscopy, 277
  • Midland Iron Trade, The, 484
  • Midland Railway Extension, 132
  • Mid-Sussex Waterworks, Balcombe, 504, 509, 551 552, 556
  • Milan, Exhibition at, 185
  • Mill Cake, Messrs. Rose and Down, 86
  • Mill Engine, Test of 1000-I.H.P. Triple Expansion, 171
  • Mill Engines, 488, 490
  • Miller’s Patent Tools and Tool Holder, 112
  • Miller, Mr., On the Transmission of Power to a Distance, 575
  • Miller, Mr. B. A., Cleansing and Ventilation Pipe Sewers, 300
  • Milling and Baking Exhibition, 14
  • Milling Exhibition, The, 86
  • Milling Exhibition, Roller Mills at the, 29
  • Milling Machine, Double-geared, Messrs. Lang and Sons, 220
  • Milling Machines and Lathes, The Atlas Engi¬neering Company, 486
  • Millstone, Neck Lubricator, Shaw’s, 354
  • Mineral Oil Industry of Scotland, Mr. R. T. Moore on the, 239
  • Mineral Statistics for the Year 1891, 138
  • Mining Engineering Progress, 347
  • Miners, German, their Triennial General Meeting, 155
  • Miners’ Stop Day, The, 128
  • Mines and Mining Building, Chicago Exhibition, 3, 4
  • Mines, Mining, and Metallurgy at the Chicago Exhibition, 3
  • Mining, Manufacture and Uses of Asbestos, Mr. J. A. Fisher, 544
  • Miscellanea, 7, 33, 47, 76, 96, 109, 129, 151. 173 197, 221, 242, 261, 283, 301, 323, 349, 367, 389’ 411, 437, 457, 477, 499, 541, 559, 581
  • Mode Wheel Locks and Sluices, Manchester Shin Canal, 127
  • Modern Locomotive, On the Construction of the 25, 26, 27
  • Modern Ships, Transmission and Distribution of Power in, 85, 208, 217
  • Monchicourt, M., and the Panama Canal Works, 136
  • Monitors, 503
  • Monitors as Harbour Defence Ships, 463, 503
  • Moller, Mr. A. J., Automatic Adjustable Dron-Feed Lubricator, 136
  • Mombasa Railway, The, 230
  • Mombasa and Victoria Nyanza Railway, The, 143
  • “Monterey,” The, 94
  • Moore, Mr. R. T., On the Mineral Oil Industry of Scotland, 239
  • Moorish Palace, The, Chicago Exhibition, 125 135
  • Mordey Alternator, The, 250 K.W., 354, 355
  • Morgan and Hooker's Washer Holder 542
  • Morrison’s Feed-Heater, 343
  • Mortars, United States Breech-Loading 508
  • Morton, Mr. John, 55
  • Morton, Mr. R. G., Standard Horizontal Engine, 459
  • Motive Power forStreet Railways, Mr. A. F. Sears, 399
  • Mudd, Mr. Thomas, Feed-Water Evaporator, 311
  • Multiple Projectile, A, 371
  • Multiple Radial Arm Drilling Machine, Messrs. Hetherington and Sons, 478
  • Munro and Jamieson’s Pocket Book of Electrical Rules and Tables, 401
  • Murren, from Lauterbrunnen to, Hydraulic Lift and Electrical Railway, 312
  • Mystery of Steam, The, 506, 589
  • Mytholmroyd, Yorkshire, Drainage, 489
  • NALDER Brothers and Co., Messrs., Exhibits at the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 75
  • Nalder and Nalder, Messrs., Barley Dressing Machinery, 553
  • Naphtholine, 537
  • Narrow Gauge Railways in Ireland, 116
  • Nasmyth, Wilson, and Co., Messrs., Tank Locomotive, London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, 413
  • National Trade Report, The, 154
  • Naval Architecture, Mr. R. M. Short, 489
  • Naval Boilers, 269, 285
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 58, 77, 105, 185, 211, 294, 317, 371, 413, 448, 500, 580
  • Naval Engineers, Training of, Mr. A. Denny on, 400
  • Naval Models at the Chicago Exhibition, 193, 207
  • Naval Reserve, Firemen for the, 312, 358
  • Navy Boilers, 37, 68, 89, 114, 136
  • Navy Engines and Boilers, 285, 323, 377, 401
  • Navy, the French, Proposed Additions to the, 352
  • Navy under the Present Administration, The British, 2, 28
  • Navy, The Russian, 343, 350
  • Nelson Brothers, Messrs., Visit to the Meat Stores of, 220
  • Nettlefold’s and Jones’ Hydraulic Valve, 467
  • Neversink Mountain Railroad, Reading, Pa., 408
  • New Companies, 23, 43, 59, 81, 99, 119, 141, 161, 185
  • New South Wales, Baldwin Locomotives in, 253
  • New South Wales, Locomotives in, 322
  • New South Wales, Railways in, 241
  • New York Canals, 300
  • New York, Underground Railways for, 543
  • New Zealand Railways, The, 428
  • Newall’s Sheep-shearing Apparatus, 496
  • Newport, Concrete Graving Dock at, Mr. Pickwell, 456
  • Next to Nothing, 230, 248
  • Niagara Mastered, 319
  • Nicaragua Canal, The, 540
  • “Nicholai I,” Russian Navy, First-class Battleship, 343, 350
  • Nickel Steel Armour-plate Trial, Harvey, 147, 169
  • Nickel Steel Plates in America, Trial of, 49
  • Night Sights, 215
  • Non-union Workmen, Colliery Managers and, 465
  • “Noordzee” and “Oostzee,” The Steel Screw Boats, 193—195, 202, 203, 228
  • Norfolk Broads and Tidal Waters, The, 73
  • “Normand, M.,” Torpedo Boat, 46
  • Norris, Mr. W., The Theory of the Modern Engine, 545
  • North British Railway Works, 303 North-Eastern Railway Works, 176
  • North of England, 21, 41, 58, 79, 97, 117, 159, 183, 209, 231, 249, 271, 293, 316, 359, 379, 403, 424, 449, 470, 491, 511, 569, 591
  • North Lincolnshire, The Iron Trade of, 506
  • Northern Railway of France, Four - cylinder Compound Engine, Societe Alsacienne ’ Constructions Mecaniques, 198, 205
  • Northern Railway, A Projected, 331 Northern Railways, New, 464
  • Notes on First Principles, 137, 229, 333
  • Notes from Germany, 22, 42, 58, 80, 98, 140, 160, 184, 210, 232, 250, 272, 294, 336, 360, 380, 404, 424, 450, 470, 492, 548, 570, 592
  • Notes from Lancashire, 21, 40, 57, 79, 97, 117, 139, 159, 183, 209, 231, 249, 271, 293, 315, 335, 359, 379, 402, 423, 443, 459, 491, 511, 547, 569, 590
  • Notes and Memoranda, 7, 33, 47, 76, 96, 109, 129, 151, 173, 197, 221, 242, 261, 283, 301, 323, 349, 367, 389, 411, 437, 457, 477, 499, 541, 559, 581
  • Notes from Scotland, 22, 41, 58, 80, 98, 118, 140, 160, 184, 210, 232, 250, 272, 294, 315, 360, 380, 404, 424, 450, 470, 491, 512, 570, 592
  • Notices to Correspondents, 13, 35, 53, 71 111, 131, 153, 175, 199, 223, 243, 263, 307, 329, 351, 373, 395, 417, 439, 463 505, 537, 561, 583
  • OBITUARY:
  • - Field, Mr. Cyrus, 55
  • - Grover, Mr. J. W., 204
  • - Kemp, Mr. E., 112
  • - Kirk, Dr. Alexander C., 312
  • - Morton, Mr. John, 55
  • - Owen, Sir Richard, 563
  • - Parsons, Mr. Perceval Moses, 418
  • - Proell, Dr. Rudolph, 265
  • - Robinson, Mr. J. Salkeld, 75
  • - Siemens, Dr. Werner von, 507
  • - Stephen, R.N.A.V., Lieutenant, 239
  • - Sutherland, The Duke of, 286
  • - Walduek, Mr., 228
  • - Walker, Mr. J. S., 456
  • Ochta, The Harvey-Vickers Plate at, 565
  • Ochta Trials, The, 568
  • O’Donnell’s Patent Simplex Gearing, 88
  • Off-shore Dock, Clark and Standfield’s, 398
  • Oil Centre for the East, An, 583
  • Oil Engine, The Griffin, 486
  • Oil Engine, The Hornsby-Ackroyd Portable, 497
  • Oil Engine, The Roots Co., 446
  • Oil Engine, The “Trusty” Portable, 496
  • Oil Engines, 461
  • Oil Engines, Fair Play for, 422
  • Oil Engines, Petroleum, 540
  • Oil Engines, Working Cost of, 589 (see also Petroleum Engines)
  • Oil Gas, 132
  • Oil-Tempered Crank-pins, 317
  • Oiling the Waves ? 13
  • Oldbury Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, State Carraiges for an Indian Rajah, 390, 391
  • O'Neil, Mr , Report on the Seine Traffic, 248
  • “Opale,” The, Stern-wheeler for the French Government, 430
  • Oram, Mr. R. E. Sprague, His Appointment, 509
  • Ordnance, French, 200
  • Ordnance Maps, Their Defects and Their Remedies, Mr. EL J. Crook, 238, 269
  • Oscillation of Railway Vehicles, 196
  • “Overburnt” Cement, 473
  • Owen, Sir Richard, 563
  • Oxford, Electric Lighting in, 16, 17
  • Oxford Electric Lighting Station, Triple-expansion Condensing Engines, 5
  • Oxygen, Adulterated, 503
  • PACIFIC Steamer “Iberia,” 586
  • Packing Hops ? Machines for, 329
  • Packing Rings, Portland Cement, 348
  • Paddle Areas, 401
  • Paddle Wheel and Screw, Comparative Efficiency of, 311
  • Paddon’s Dead Plate, 459
  • Paints in the Navy, Anti-fouling, 40
  • Palatine Gas Engine, The, 576
  • Palmer and Co., Messrs., H.M.S. “Revenge,” 433, 438
  • “Pamyat Azova,” Russian Navy, The Belted Cruiser, 582, 586
  • Panama Canal Works, M. Monchicourt, 136
  • Paper Embossing Rolls ? 35
  • Paper Wheels ? 583
  • Paris, The Drainage of, 132
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, Compound Locomotive, 300, 306
  • Paris, Proposed Underground Tramway in, 54
  • Paris, The Sewerage of, 286
  • Paris, Water Supply of, 45
  • Parsons, The Hon. R. C., Halifax Graving Docks, Nova Scotia, 456
  • Parsons, Mr. Perceval Moses, 418
  • Particular Forms Water Assumes on Steam Engine Cylinder Walls and Passages, 333
  • Passenger Steamer on the Lake of Geneva, 110, 114
  • Passman’s Vertical Boiler, 399
  • Patent Fees, 85
  • Patent Fees, Reduced, 138
  • Patent Law in Egypt, 503
  • Patent Law, A Point of, 464
  • Patent Renewal Fees, 181
  • Pearson and Sons, Messrs., Ivybridge Viaduct, Great Western Railway, 11, 12
  • Peat Litter Co., The Tyrone, 492
  • Permanent Way Construction, Mr. T. Arnull, 11

“Peru,” Launching Curves of the Ship, 247

  • Peslin, M., Consolidation of Canal Banks, 135
  • Petroleum Launch Engine, Roots’, 289, 327, 332
  • Petroleum Oil Engines, 445, 480, 481, 540 (see also Oil Engines)
  • Petroleum in the Suez Canal, 119
  • Petroleum Tank Steamers, Mr. G. R. Little, 64
  • Photographic Phenomena, and their Application to Engraving, Curious, 544
  • Photographing Mont Blanc Forty Miles off, 388
  • Photographs for Scientific Purposes, Untrustworthiness of Certain, 387
  • Photography, Instantaneous, Professor V. Boys on, 128
  • Pins, Oil-tempered Crank, 317
  • Pipe Founding Trade, Competition in the, 308
  • Pipe Sewers, Cleansing and Ventilation of, Mr. B. A. Miller, 300
  • Pipes, Copper Steam, 196
  • Pipes, Steam, 498
  • Piston-rods, Bent, 378
  • Planing Machine, Plate-edge, Messrs. Cunliffe and Croom, 126
  • Planing and Slotting Machine, Large, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 149, 155
  • Plate Edge Planing Machine, Messrs. Cunliffe and Croom, 126
  • Plate, Front and Back View of the Ellis-Tresidder, 240
  • Plate, Harvey and Tresidder, 329
  • Platinum, Action of Spongy, 314
  • Platt, Mr. S., Draw Benches, 500
  • Plumbago, Indian, 351
  • Pneumatic Continuous Brakes, 576
  • Pollit’s Swing Bridge, Dieppe, M. Alexandra (Supplement, July 29th, 1892), 95, 105, 134, 148, 217, 218
  • Pollit’s Pipe Calculating Slide Rule, 75
  • Portable Rapid Rock Drills, on High Cliffs in the Rescue of the Drowning, 181
  • Portland Cement Packing Rings, 348
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Description of the Lifting Appliances in, Mr. J. T. Corner, 93
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Shipbuilding in, Mr. W H. White, 92
  • Potentiometer, Standard Voltmeter, 72
  • Practical Bridge Erection, Mr. Gerald Biron, 564
  • Prehensile Power of Infants, Dr. Louis Robertson on the, 128
  • Presentation to Mr. Manwaring, 563
  • Preston Docks, Opening of, 6
  • Prices of Goods at Chicago, 51
  • Primary Battery, The Weymersoh, 135
  • Printing Works of Black and White, and of Messrs. Cassell and Co., Visit of the Civil and, and Mechanical Engineers’ Society to, 459
  • Private Bills in Parliament, 485, 498, 536, 557, 588
  • Problems in Gyroscopes, 10, 50, 69, 89, 115, 290
  • Problems of Steamship Propulsion, Robt. Mansel on the, 15
  • Proell, Dr. Rudolph, 265
  • Profits in the Steel Trades, and Labour Demands 224
  • Projectile, Jaques’ Detachable Ram and Suba- quatic, 220
  • Projectiles after Impact, Holtzer Forged Steel 241
  • Projectiles, Past and Present, Small Arm, 421
  • Promotion in the Dockyards, 23
  • Propeller, Haseldin’s, 369
  • Propellers, Screw, 326, 393
  • Propellers of some U.S. Navy Ships, A Comparison of the, 313, 356
  • Propulsion, Hydraulic or Jet, 39, 51
  • Protection of Wire Ropes, The, 69
  • Pulley Blocks, Self-sustaining, 169
  • Pulley, Boulton’s Wood Rim, 355
  • Pulley Lathe, 30in., 95
  • Pulley, Smith’s, 586
  • Pulsating and Electric Rock Drill, 302, 327
  • Pump Abrahamson’s “Quadruple” Acting Wing, 478
  • Pump, The Trojan Boiler Testing, 501
  • Pumping Appliances Used in the Sinking Operations at the Cadeby New Winning, 344, 345
  • Pumping Engines and Coal Mining, 331
  • Pumping Engines for Managua, Compound, 303
  • Pumping Machinery, Eaton Waterworks,587, 588
  • Pumping Plant, Electric, Messrs. Charlesworth, Hall, and Co., 398
  • Purdon’s Railway Staff Exchanger, 420
  • QUARTERMAIN’S Aerotransitor, Attainments Realised in, 568
  • Quick-Fire Guns for the French Navy, 154, 176
  • Quick-Firing Gun, A New, 54
  • Quito, Exhibition at, 48
  • RAFFARD, M. N. J., History of Superheating in France, 332
  • Railroad Material, Our Exports of, 352
  • Railway Accidents, Some, 156
  • Railway, The Atmospheric, 551, 552
  • Railway Brakes in Germany, 481
  • Railway Brakes, Some Early, 576
  • Railway Bridges, On the Reconstruction of, 580
  • Railway, The Bridgnorth Inclined, 77
  • Railway Carriage Doors ? 199
  • Railway Carriage Doors, 230
  • Railway Communication with the Chicago Ex¬hibition, 61, 62
  • Railway Competition in South Africa, 54
  • Railway Construction, Native Rulers in India and, 440
  • Railway Construction in Syria, 265
  • Railway Crossing Built in a Night, A, 580
  • Railway Extension, Midland, 132
  • Railway Extension, The Scottish, 219
  • Railway, The Great Western, 39
  • Railway, London and North Western, 154
  • Railway Matters, 7, 33, 47, 76, 96, 109, 129, 151, 173, 197, 221, 242, 261, 283, 301, 323, 349, 367, 389, 411, 437, 457, 477, 499, 541, 559, 581
  • Railway Medal, A, 392
  • Railway, The Mombasa, 230
  • Railway, Mombasa and Victoria Nyanza, 143
  • Railway Practice, English and American, 440, 505
  • Railway, A Projected Northern, 331
  • Railway Rates and Lancashire Machinists, 418
  • Railway Rates and the Metal and Engineering Trades, 575
  • Railway Speed of 97’3 Miles an Hour, 542
  • Railway Speeds, 461
  • Railway Speeds in France, High, 566
  • Railway Staff Exchanger, New, 420
  • Railway, The Subsidence on the Furness, 281
  • Railway Tires, Legoux’s Method of Securing, 64
  • Railway Traffic and Accidents, 175
  • Railway Tralee and Dingle Light, 52, 55, 63, 64
  • Railway Unpunctuality, 223
  • Railway Vehicles, Oscillation of, 196
  • Railway, West Highland, 167, 168, 170, 174
  • Railway Works, The Great Northern, 515—536
  • Railway Works, North-Eastern, 176
  • Railways, Abnormal, 199, 263, 307
  • Railways, Cape of Good Hope Government, 200
  • Railways in France for 1893, 538
  • Railways, Indian, Administration Report on, 131
  • Railways, London, Fifty Years Ago, 297
  • Railways, New Northern, 464
  • Railways in New South Wales, 241
  • Railways, The New Zealand, 428
  • Railways in West Australia, 107
  • Railways in Canada in 1891, 348
  • Railways of the United States in 1891, 366
  • Railways for New York, Underground, 543
  • Railways, Victorian, 72
  • Railways, Working Expenses on, 36
  • Raising and Moving a House, New York, 579
  • Raleigh, Mr. Charles, “Bally” Cam, 289
  • Ram, Detachable, M. Jaques, 220
  • Ram, An Improved Hydraulic, 509
  • Rim, “Libertad,” The Argentine Twin Screw Armour-Clad, 427
  • Ramsbottom’s Water Pick-up—Scoop for, 573
  • Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies, Messrs., Colonial Traction Engine, 49
  • Rapid Signalling by Electric Searchlight, 45
  • Rating of Machinery, 36
  • Reapers, Self-Binding, 10
  • Rearer Coals, Mr. E. Craig on the Working of, 239
  • Redgrave, Gilbert R., On Flexible Metallic Tubing, 580
  • Reduced Patent Fees, 138
  • Reducing Valve, Reid’s Automatic, 288
  • Reflectors, Smithfield Market, Messrs. J. F. Clarke and Sons, 431
  • Refrigerators, Carbonic Anhydride, 36
  • Reid’s Automatic Reducing Valve, 288
  • Rephosphorisation in the Ladle, 445
  • Rescue the Drowning, 589
  • Reservoir Level Indicators, 450
  • Reservoirs in India, M. Baros on, 169
  • Rumeaux’s Safety Gear for Winding Engines, 420
  • “Revenge,” H.M.S., 433, 438
  • Revolving Purifier Company, Anderson’s Purifiers, Worcester Waterworks, 67
  • Ribble Navigation Improvement and Preston Docks, 308
  • Richmond, Isleworth Lock, Weir and Footbridge, 259, 265
  • Richmond Lock, Weir and Footbridge Works, Visit of the Junior Engineering Society, 469
  • Rigby, Mr. John, On the Manufacture of Small Arms, 456, 476
  • River Thames Steamer “Koh-i-Noor,” The, 31, 34, 40, 51
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., High-Speed Vertical Engine, 501
  • Robey Gas Engine, The, 325
  • Roberts, Mr. Robt., His Appointment, 586
  • Robertson’s Station Annunciator, 553
  • Robinson, Messrs. A. E. and H., Gas Engine, 56
  • Robinson, Mr. J. Salkeld, 75
  • Robinson, Dr. Louis, On the Prehensile Power of Infants, 128
  • Rock Drills, Portable Rapid, 181
  • Roll Turning? 263
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Melyn Tin-plate Works, Galloways Limited, 482, 490
  • Rolling Stock, Peninsular and Oriental Express Dining Car, 280, 284
  • Rolls, Israel’s First and Second Brake, 30
  • Rooper and Tozer, Messrs., Pulsating and Electric Rock Drill, 302, 327
  • Roots’ Co., Oil Engine, 446
  • Roots’ Petroleum Launch Engine, 289, 327, 332
  • Ropes, Some Large Wire, 30
  • Rose and Down’s Cake Mill, 86
  • Rotterdam Water Supply, Sinking a Flexible Main in the, 288
  • Rous-Marten, Mr., on Locomotives, 35, 38
  • Royal Commission and the London Water Supply, 153
  • Royal Engineering Company, Flushing, Tripleexpansion Engines of the “Noordzee” and “Oostzee,” 194, 195, 202, 203
  • ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN:—
  • - Annual Dinner, 540
  • - Lecture Arrangements before Easter, 542
  • - Mr. Thomas G. Hodgkins’ Gift to, 421
  • - Society of Engineers, The,
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S SHOW, WARWICK:—
  • - Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Compound Road Locomotive, 9
  • - Aveling’s Scraper, 8
  • - Coultas Positive Feed Corn Drill, 8
  • - Coultas Three-row Ridge Manure Drill, 8
  • - Simon’s Automatic Grain Scale, 8
  • “Royal Oak,” Floating of H.M.S., 408
  • Royal United Service Institution, 260
  • “Ruric,”The Russian Navy First-class Cruiser, 479, 485
  • Russian Armour-plate Competition, 483
  • Russian Navy, The, 343, 350
  • Russian Navy, The Belted Cruiser “Pamyat Azova,” 582, 586
  • Russian Navy First-class Cruiser, 479, 485
  • Russian Plate Trials, Notes on the Recent, 539
  • SAFETY Gear for Winding Engines, Mr. E. Reumeaux, 420
  • Sale of French War Vessels, 204
  • Sand Pump Dredger, “Thyboron,” Messrs. Lobnitz and Co. (Supplement. September 16th, 1892), 245
  • Sanitary Appliances at the Hornsey Museum, 536
  • Saniter, Mr. E. H., on the Desulphurisation of Iron and Steel, 275, 558
  • “Sappho,” Trial of H.M.S., 282
  • Sardine Tins ? 223
  • Sault Ste. Marie Canal, Season’s Traffic through the, 589
  • Sawing Frame, High Speed Deal, 334
  • Sax and Co., Messrs. Julius, Electric Lighting of Smithfield Market, 431
  • Scalper Spout, Messrs. Frechter and Bates, 30
  • Schneider and Co., Messrs., A New Disappearing Gun, 201
  • Schuster, Professor Arthur, His Address as President of the Mathematical and Physical Science Section of the British Association, 150
  • Schuster, Professor Arthur, at the British Association, 131
  • Schuylkill Valley Region, Mr. John Birkinbine on the Industrial Progress of the, 407
  • Science Examinations, 327
  • “Scot,” The s.s., 132
  • Scottish Railway Extensions, The, 219
  • Scott’s Board Drop Hammer, 586
  • Scott’s Patent Electricity Meter, 543
  • Screw, Comparative Efficiency of Paddle-wheel and, 311
  • Screw Propeller, Experiments on the Arrangement of the Surface of the, Mr. Wm. Geo. Walker, 366, 384, 392
  • Screw Propellers, 326, 393, 460, 503
  • Screw Propellers and Influences on their Action, 554
  • Screw Propellers and Inventors, 395
  • Screw Propulsion with Non-reversible Engines, 270
  • Screw Tug Boats, Steel, 193, 195, 202, 203, 228
  • Scars, Mr. A. F., Motive Power for Street Railways, 399
  • Secohmmeter. Ayrton and Perry’s, 75
  • Seine, Mr. O’Neil’s Report on the Traffic on the, 248
  • Selected American Patents, 24, 44, 60, 82, 100, 120, 142, 162, 186, 212, 234, 252, 274, 296, 318, 338, 362, 382, 406, 426, 452, 472, 494, 514, 550, 572, 594
  • Self-binding Reapers, 10
  • Self-sustaining Pulley Blocks, 169
  • Sell, Mr. Henry, Early Newspapers, 410
  • Sennett’s Smoke-preventing Appliances for Steam Boilers, 179
  • Separator, Van Gelden’s Double Excentric, 150
  • Sewage Disposal, Cultivation Filters for, 330
  • Sewage Disposal at Sale, 433
  • Sewage Precipitation Works at Woodville, 397
  • Sewage of Worcester, 563
  • Sewage Works, Loughton, 302
  • Sewerage of Paris, The, 286
  • Shaft Coupling, Smith’s, 501
  • Shafts, Hollow, 577
  • Sharpe and Weyman, Messrs., The Connelly Motor, 11
  • Shaw’s Mill Spindle Lubricator, 354
  • Shear Legs, Steam Winding Gear for 75-Ton, Messrs. Baxter and Co., 369
  • Sheep-shearing Apparatus, Newall’s, 496
  • Sheffield District, 21, 41, 58, 79, 97, 117, 139, 159, 183, 209, 231, 249, 271, 293, 315, 335, 359, 379, 403, 424, 449, 459, 491, 511, 547, 569, 591
  • Sheffield Smoke Again, 465
  • Shield Tunnelling in Loose Ground under Water Pressure, Mr. Geo. F. Deacon, 158
  • Shipbuilding in Portsmouth Dockyard, Mr. W. H. White, 92
  • Shipbuilding, Mr. Taylor on, 543
  • Shipbuilding, Wooden and Steel, 201
  • Shipbuilding of the Year, 506
  • Ship for Arctic Regions, A, 542
  • Ship Caissons, Messrs. D. J. Dunlop and Co., 354
  • Ship Canal to Brussels, The Proposed, 584
  • Ship Canal from the Great Lakes to the Sea, American, 225
  • Ship Canal, The Manchester, 28, 127, 130
  • Snip Canals, 111
  • Shipping and Building, American Competition in, 473
  • Shipping Business, Competition of British Ports for, 407
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding, American Competition in, 201
  • Ships, Some Famous, 257
  • Ships and Guns, Mr. H. T. Coates, 268
  • Ships, Monitors as Harbour Defence, 463
  • Ships, The New Cunard, 201
  • Shipyard Apprentices, 395, 422, 444, 461, 489
  • Short, Mr. R. M., Naval Architecture, 489
  • Shot Gun Barrels, Steel, 568
  • Shredding Cocoa Nut? 417
  • Siemens, Dr. Werner von, 507
  • Signal Levers and Locking Gear, Waterloo Station, 87
  • Signalling, Hydraulic, 489, 503
  • Signalling, Rapid, by Electric Search-light, 45
  • Signals, Automatic, from Westminster Clock to Greenwich, 161
  • Silicate Cotton ? 243
  • Simpson, Strickland and Co., Messrs, Light Draught River Steamer, Kingdon’s Patent, 255, 258
  • Slide Rule for Calculating Blast Furnace Charges, Mr. A. Wingham, 286
  • Slide Rule, Pollit’s Pipe Calculating, 75
  • Small-arm Projectiles, Past and Present, 421
  • Small-arms Factory, Herstal, Belgium, 453-456, 462
  • Small-arms, Mr. John Rigby on the Manufacture of, 456, 476
  • Smit and Zoon, Messrs. L., Screw Tug-boats “Noordzee” and “Oostzee,” 193, 194, 195, 202, 203
  • Smith, Beacock, and Tannett, Messrs., Armour- plate Planing and Slotting Machines for the United States, 394, 400
  • Smith, Professor R. H., on Technical Education, 377
  • Smith, Mr. T., 25-Ton Wharf Crane, 310
  • Smith and Sons, Messrs., Full-bore Valve Tap, 136
  • Smith’s Pulley, 586
  • Smith’s Shaft Coupling, 501
  • Smithell’s, Mr. Arthur, Experiments on Flame, 211, 295
  • SMITHFIELD CLUB SHOW:—
  • - Blackstone’s Swathe Turner and Windrowing Machine, 497
  • - Foden’s Arrangement of Road Locomotive Spring Gear, 497
  • - Hornsby-Ackroyd Portable Oil Engine, 497
  • - Newall’s Sheep Shearing Apparatus, 496
  • Smithfield Market, The Electric Lighting of, 431
  • Smoke Consuming Grates for Steam Boilers, 459
  • Smoke Preventing Apparatus Applied to Marine Boilers, 179
  • Smoke Prevention, 375
  • Smokeless Fuel from Coke-Breeze, Manufacture of, 312
  • Smokeless Powder in Guns, Effect of, 166
  • Societe Alsacienne de Constructions M6caniques, M. Du Bousquet, Four - cylinder Compound Express Locomotive, Northern Railway of France, 198, 205
  • Societe Anonyme des Ateliers de Construction, H. Bollinckx, Standard Steam Engines, 434, 435
  • Societe Anonyme Van den Kerchove, Compound Corliss Engine, Herstal Small Arms Factory, 453, 462
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, THE :—
  • - First Meeting, Opening Address of Sir Richard Webster, 428
  • - Papers to be Read, 428
  • SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN:—
  • - Annual Convention, 1892, List of Papers read, Address of the President, Mr. Mendes Cohen, 29
  • SOCIETY, CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS’ :—
  • - Address of the President, Mr. Reginald Bolton, 553
  • - Visit to Messrs. Nelson Brothers’ Meat Stores, 220
  • - Visits to the Printing Works of Black and White, and Messrs. Cassell and Co., 459
  • SOCIETY, THE DUNDEE MECHANICAL :—
  • - Naval Architecture, Mr. R. M. Short, 489
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :—
  • - Cleansing and Ventilation of Sewers, Mr. B. A. Miller, 300
  • - Use of Steel Needles in Driving a Tunnel at King’s Cross, Mr. W. H. Holttum, 413
  • - Visit to the Great Eastern Locomotive and Carriage Works, 287
  • Society of Engineers, The Amalgamated, 538
  • SOCIETY, GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING :—
  • - Opening Lecture of the Session, Prof. Biles, On Accurate Speed Trials, 459
  • - Steam Boilers, Mr. L. Burnet, 543
  • SOCIETY, THE JUNIOR ENGINEERING : —
  • - Cost of Electric Supply, The, Dr. John Hopkin- son, 421
  • - Summer Excursion, 119, 147
  • - Visit to Messrs. Wm. Joynson and Sons’ Paper Mills, 55
  • - Visit to the Patent Victoria Stone Company’s Works, Stratford, 11
  • - Visit to Richmond Lock, Weir and Footbridge, 469
  • SOCIETY, THE LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :—
  • - Developement of the Machinery of Atlantic Liners, Mr. A. J. Maginnis, 498
  • - Excursion to the Dore and Chinley Railway, 95
  • SOCIETY, THE LIVERPOOL POLYTECHNIC :—
  • - Transmission of Power to a Distance, Mr. Miller, 575
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN :—
  • - Two - Cylinder v. Multi - Cylinder Engines, Messrs. Green and Rockwood, 10
  • SOCIETY, OWENS’ COLLEGE ENGINEERING : —
  • - Practical Bridge Erection, Mr. Gerald Biron, 564
  • Solar Radiation Committee, Sir George Stokes’ Report on, 127
  • Soliani, Signor Nabor, On the Transmission and Distribution of Power in Modern Ships, 85, 208, 217
  • Sound, Measurement of Velocity by, 163
  • South African Exhibition, Kimberley, 580
  • South African Trade, New Steamers tor the, 327
  • South Kensington Examinations, 270
  • South Kensington Science and Art Department, Successes of the Pupils, 178
  • South Shields, New Floating Pontoon Dock at, 265
  • South Staffordshire Tramways, 442, 443
  • Southwark Bridge, 181
  • Spear, Mr., Inaugural Address, Hull and District Institute of Engineers and Naval Architects, 375
  • Spectroscopy, New Discoveries in, 277
  • Spongy Platinum, Action of, 314
  • Spout Scalper. Fiechter and Bates’, 30
  • Square Hole Drilling Machine, 446
  • Standard Horizontal Engine, Mr. R. G. Morton, 459
  • Standard Horizontal Engines, 434, 435
  • Standard Machines, 537
  • Standards of Electrical Measurement, 287
  • Stanhope, Mr., his Six Years’ Record, a Retrospect, 73
  • State Carriages for an Indian Rajah, 390, 391
  • Station Annunciator, Robertson’s, 553
  • Stead, Mr., on the Elimination of Sulphur from, 275
  • Steam Engine Cylinder Walls and Passages, The Particular Forms Water Assumes on, 333
  • Steam Engine Indicators, Mr. Bancroft on, 413
  • Steam Jacket, The Value of the, 363, 417
  • Steam Jackets, Influence of, 10
  • Steam Jackets, Value of, 445
  • Steam, The Mystery of, 506, 589
  • Steam Pipes, 498, 505
  • Steam Pipes, Mr. W. J. Nowers Brett on, 467
  • Steam Pipes, Copper, 196
  • Steam Pipes, Wrought Steel, 586
  • Steam Road Roller Boilers and Boiler Insurance, 154
  • S.S. “Clan Monroe,” The, 329
  • S.S. “Eider,” 555
  • S.S. Propulsion, Robert Mansel on the Problems of, 15
  • S.S. “Scot,”The, 132
  • Steam Trial of a Danish Cruiser, 567
  • Steamboat, A Modern Comet, 224
  • Steamer “ Campania,” Launch of the Twin-screw, 224
  • Steamer, Cost of Running a, 392
  • Steamer, An Economical Hartlepool, 225
  • Steamer “Koh-i-Noor,” The River Thames, 31, 34, 40, 51
  • Steamer on the Lake of Geneva, 110, 114
  • Steamer, Light Draught River, Messrs. Simpson, Strickland and Co., 255, 258
  • Steamers, English and Foreign Buyers, 286
  • Steamers for the Inman Company, Plans for Five, 311
  • Steamers, New, for the South African Trade, 327
  • Steel Armour Plate Trial, Harvey Nickel, 147, 169
  • Steel Castings for Locomotive Engines, 25, 26, 27
  • Steel, Chrome, Mr. A. Meyer, 447
  • Steel Fire Boxes, 258
  • Steel Hardened by Borax, 384
  • Steel Ingots, Mr. F. Korb on the Manufacture of Sound, 450
  • Steel and Leather Link Belt, Gasking’s, 30
  • Steel Making in the United States, Cost of, 273
  • Steel Manufacture, The Bessemer and Open Hearth, 264
  • Steel Needles in Driving a Tunnel at King’s Cross, Mr. W. H. Holttum on the Use of, 413
  • Steel Plates in America, Trial of Nickel, 49
  • Steel Screw Tug-Boats, 193, 195, 202, 203, 228
  • Steel Shot Gun Barrels, 568
  • Steel, Special Tool, Messrs. Flockton, Tompkin, and Co., 447
  • Steel Steam Pipes, Wrought, 586
  • Steel Steamer on the Great Lakes, Launch of the “Maritana,” The Largest, 59
  • Steel, Testing, 269
  • Steel Trade, Improvement in the, 562
  • Steel Trade and Labour Demands, Profits in the, 224
  • Steel at Witkowitz, On the Manufacture of Basic, 275
  • Stephen, R.N.A.V., Lieutenant, 239
  • Stern-Wheel Gunboat for the Upper Chindwin, 353
  • Stern Wheeler for the French Government, 430
  • Stevens and Son, Messrs. J. J., Signal Levers in Waterloo Signal-Box, 87
  • Stockton Forge, Strike at the, 415
  • Stokehold Ventilator, Martin’s, 282
  • Stone Breaker, Lever, Messrs. Mason and Co., 421
  • Stooke, Mr. T. S., Water Supply Works, Hatton Grange, 368
  • Streatham Hill and Kennington Cable Tramway, 501
  • Street, Mr. F. H., On the Thorough Ventilation of Ships, 540
  • Stress by Arresting Falling Weight, 327
  • Stress on Brake Wheels,, 537
  • Stresses in a Foot-bridge, 327
  • Strike, The End of a, 85
  • Strike in the Iron Plate-working Trade, Threatened, 485
  • Strike at the Stockton Forge, 415
  • Subsidence on the Furness Railway, 281
  • Sudden Fogs and the Electric Light, 562
  • Sulphur from Iron, Mr. Stead on the Elimination of, 275
  • Sun’s Heat and Ethereal Resistance, The, 181
  • Superheating in France, M. N. J. Raffard on the, 332
  • SUPPLEMENTS :—
  • - Express Passenger Engine, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean, October 28th, 1892
  • - Express Passenger Locomotive, Great Northern Railway, Mr. Patrick Stirling, December 16th, 1892
  • - H.M. Torpedo DepOt Ship Vulcan, Constructed at Portsmouth Dockyard, October 7th, 1892
  • - Lake Vyrnwy and the Vyrnwy Water Supply to Liverpool, July 15tb, 1892
  • - Pollet Swing Bridge, Dieppe, The, M. Alexandre, July 29th, 1892
  • - Sand Pump Dredger, “Thyboron,” Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., September 16th, 1892
  • Sutherland, The Duke of, 286
  • Swathe Turner and Winnowing Machine, Blackstone’s, 497
  • Swinburne and Co., Messrs., Exhibits at the Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition, 74
  • Sykes’ Electrical Apparatus on Signal Post, 87
  • Syria, Railway Construction in, 265
  • TACONY, near Philadelpnia, Glass Works at, 470
  • Tangyes, Messrs., Pumping Machinery, Eaton Waterworks, 587, 588
  • Tap, Full-bore Valve, 136
  • Tapper, The Lightning, 542
  • Taxation of Machinery, 348
  • Tea-chest Lead, 107
  • Technical Education, Mr. Balfour on, 561
  • Technical Education, Professor R. H. Smith, 377
  • Telegraph Extension in the East, 396
  • Tender, The Lowest, 330
  • TENDERS :—
  • - Crossmolina Bridge, 75
  • - Pwllheli Sewerage Works, 11
  • - Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Works, 536
  • - Thames Embankment Wall, Fulham, 92
  • Tension Apparatus, Swinburne’s, 74
  • Test of 1000 Indicated Horse-power Triple expansion Mill Engine, 171
  • Testing Steel, 269
  • Thames Crossings below the Tower, 373
  • Thames Ferry at Greenwich, The, 487
  • Thames between Ratcliff and Rotherhithe, Communication Across the, 363
  • Thermo-dynamics, 115, 229, 260, 279, 304, 423, 488
  • Thirsk Collision, The, 417, 463, 489
  • Thompson, Mr. J. E. 0., on the Reconstruction of Railway Bridges, 580
  • Three-wire System, Diagram of the, 410
  • Throttling of Steam Passages, The, 204
  • “Thunderer,” Boilers of H.M.S., 37
  • Thwaite, Mr. B. H., Generation of Electric Power in the. Coalfield Centres, 489
  • Timber Bridges? 243
  • Tin-plate Trade with the United States, 95
  • “Tiradentes,” The Brazilian Cruiser, 281
  • Tires, Railway, Legoux’s Method of Securing, 64
  • Tolhurst and Sons’, Messrs., Patent Mastic, 447
  • Toothed Gearing for Large Powers, 285, 326
  • Torpedo Boat, A French, 46
  • Towers, Mr. E., Hydraulics, 412
  • Traction Engine, Colonial, 49
  • Tractive Power of Locomotives, 561
  • Trade, Our Foreign, 244
  • Trade, The Midland Iron, 484
  • Trade of North Lincolnshire, Iron, 506
  • Trade Report, The National, 154
  • Trade, Mr. Robert Lupton on the State of, 313
  • Trades, Our Engineering and Machinery, and the American Revival, 440
  • Trades Union Congress, The, 223
  • Train Lighting, 36
  • Train Resistance, 278
  • Training of Apprentices, 461
  • Transformer Switch, Oxford Electric Lighting Station, 17
  • Transformers, Swinburne’s, 74
  • Transmission and Distribution of Power in Modern Ships, 85, 208, 217
  • Transmission of Power to a Distance, Mr. Miller, 575
  • Transport, The, a New Weekly Journal, 69
  • Transvaal and South African Railway, 537
  • Tralee and Dingle Light Railway, Ireland, Narrow Gauge Locomotive, 52, 55, 63, 64
  • Tralee and Dingle Railway, Narrow Gauge Locomotive, 52, 55, 63, 64
  • Tram Cars, Electric, 358
  • Tramway, Gas Engine Locomotive, The Connelly, 291
  • Tramway in Paris, Proposed Underground, 54
  • Tramway, Streatham Hill and Kennington Cable, 501
  • Tramway Traction, The Cost of, 138, 278, 314
  • Tramways, South Staffordshire, 442, 443
  • Tramways in the United Kingdom, 579
  • Tresidder Plates, Harvey and, 329
  • Triple-expansion Marine Engine, The First, 557
  • Triple-headed Spikes ? 373
  • Trojan Boiler Testing Pump, The, 501
  • “Trusty ” Portable Oil Engines, The, 496
  • Tube and Bolt Grip, Bauer’s, 446
  • Tube System, The Clinch-Jones, 171
  • Tube Vice, Portable, Mr. T. R. Ellin, 324
  • Tubing, Flexible Metallic, 580
  • Tug Boats, Steel Screw, 193, 195, 202, 203
  • Tunnel at King’s Cross, Mr. W. H. Holttum on the Use of Steel Needles in Driving a, 413
  • Tunnelling in Loose Ground under Water Pressure, Mr. G. F. Deacon, 158
  • Twenty-five Ton Wharf Crane, 310
  • Twist Drill Grinder, The Standard, 302
  • Tyler and Co., Messrs. Hayward, Compound Horizontal Engine, 220, 222
  • Type-writers, The Remington and the Calligraph, 447
  • Tyrone Peat Litter Company, The, 492
  • UNDERGROUND Temperature Report, 287
  • Underground Tramway in Paris, 54
  • Unionism at Work, The New, 112
  • Unit of Pressure, A Proposed, 287
  • United States, Armour-plates for the, 428
  • United States, Cost of Steel Making in the, 273
  • United States Cruiser No. 12, The “Columbia,” 157, 258, 262
  • United States Government Building, Chicago Exhibition, 219, 253
  • United States Navy, Engineers in the, 78
  • United States Navy Ships, A Comparison of the Propellers of some, 313, 356
  • United States Presidential Election, The, 418
  • United States Railways in 1891, 366
  • Unwin, Professor W. Cawthorne, His Address as President of the British Association, 108, 124
  • Utility Gas Engine, Atkinson’s, 446
  • VALUE of Steam Jackets, 445
  • Valve, Cooke’s Automatic Governor Stop, 500
  • Valve for Gas and Petroleum Engines, Volk’s Indicator, 144
  • Valve, Hydraulic, Messrs. Nettlefolds’ and Jones’, 467
  • Valve, Reid’s Automatic Reducing, 288
  • Valve Tap, Full Bore, 136
  • Van Gelden’s Double Excentric Separator, 150
  • Varley, Mr. S. A., Energy and Inertia, and their Relationship to Dynamo Electric Apparatus, 46
  • Varley Testimonial, Proposed, 39
  • Velocity by Sound, Measurement of, 163
  • Venetian Air-valve Furnace Bar Company, Furnace Bars and Dead Plate, 459
  • Ventilation of Ships, Mr. F. H. Street on the Thorough, 540
  • Ventilator, Martin’s Stokehold, 282
  • Viaduct, Ivybridge, Great Western Railway, 11, 12
  • Vickers-Harvey Armour Plate, The, 427
  • Vickers-Harvey Nickel Plate at Portsmouth, 396
  • Victoria Stone Company, Visit of the Members of the Junior Engineering Society, 11
  • Victorian Railways, 72
  • Volk’s Indicator Valve for Gas and Petroleum Engines, 144
  • Voltmeter, Lord Kelvin’s, 215
  • Vosperand Co., Messrs.. Roots’Petroleum Launch Engine, 289, 327, 332
  • “Vulcan,” H.M.S. (Supplement, October 7th, 1892), 309, 329
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, The, 72
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct Tunnel, Mr. George F. Deacon on Shield Tunnelling in Loose Ground, with Special Reference to, 158
  • Vyrnwy Lake, and the Vyrnwy Water Supply (Supplement, July 15th, 1892), 1—16
  • Vyrnwy Scheme, The, 71
  • WAIN, Mr. E. B., Application of Longwall Working to Seams of Moderate Inclination in North Staffordshire, 238
  • Wake, Mr. H. H., Inaugural Address at the Institute of Civil Engineers, Newcastle Association of Students, 421
  • Walduck, Death of, 228
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 42, 58, 80, 98, 118, 140, 160, 184, 210, 232, 250, 272, 294,316, 336, 360, 380, 404, 424, 450, 470, 492, 512, 548, 570, 592
  • Walker Engineering Laboratories, Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw. 256
  • Walker, Mr. J. S., 456
  • Walker, Mr. Wm. Geo., Experiments on the Arrangement of the Surface of a Screw Propeller, 366, 384, 392
  • Waller and Co., Messrs. Geo., Combined Gas Engine and Exhauster, 310
  • Walton-on-the-Naze, Sea Defences at, 166
  • Warships, Dimensions of Modern, Captain S. M. Eardley Wilmot, 51
  • Warwick Ironworks, Mr. W. C. Coffin on the Hot Blast Stoves at the, 408
  • Washer Holder, Morgan and Hooker’s, 542
  • Waste Products in the Chemical Trade, 69
  • Water Assumes on Steam Engine Cylinders, The Particular Forms, 323
  • Water and Sanitary Works in France, 348
  • Water Supply of Cromer, 40
  • Water Supply, The Metropolitan, 466, 474, 475
  • Water Supply of Paris, 45
  • Water Supply Works, Hatton Grange, Mr. J. S. Stooke, 368
  • Waterloo Station Signals, 87
  • Waterworks, Kilkenny, 507
  • Waterworks, Balcombe, Mid-Sussex, 504, 509r 551, 552, 556
  • Watt Meter, Swinburne’s Non-Inductive, 74
  • Watt’s Engines, 171
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., Eight - coupled Mineral. Engine, London and North-Western Railway,. 560, 565
  • Wells, Mr. Lionel B., his Presidential Address at the Institute of Civil Engineers, The Manchester Association of Students, 436
  • West Highland Railway, The, 167, 170, 174
  • Weyman and Co., Messrs., The Connelly Gas Tramway Motor, 291
  • Weymersch Primary Battery, The, 135
  • Wharf Crane, 25-Ton, 310
  • White, Mr. W. H., Shipbuilding in Portsmouth Dockyard, 92
  • Whitelegg, Mr. Thomas, Locomotive Tank Engine, 456, 458
  • Widening Works, Great Northern Railway, 328, 384, 385, 386
  • Widening Works, Great Northern Railway, 65, 66, 106, 298, 429, 432, 433
  • Williams, Mr. E. Leader, Manchester Ship Canal, 130, 152,155, 169
  • Winder, Mr. J. A., on the Failures in the Necks of Chilled Iron Rolls, 256
  • Winding Engines, Mr. E. Reumeaux’s Safety Gear for, 420
  • Winding Gear (Steam) for 75-Ton Shear Legs, Messrs. Baxter and Co., 369
  • Wingham, Mr. A., Slide Rule for Calculating Flast Furnace Charges, 286
  • Wire Guns, 461
  • Wire Ropes, 358, 371, 393, 460, 481
  • Wire Ropes, The Protection of, 69
  • Wire Ropes, Some Large. 30
  • Wire-winding Machine, New, 94
  • Wittman, Mr. N. B., The Brown Segmental Wire-wound Gun, 407, 409
  • Woodville, Sewage Precipitation Works at, 397
  • Worcester Waterworks, Anderson Purifiers, 67
  • Working Cost of Oil Engines, 589
  • Working Expenses on Railways, 36
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs. Stern Wheeler for the French Government, 430
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Stern-wheel Gunboat for the Upper Chindwin, 353
  • Year’s Clyde Dredgings, A, 584
  • Yorkshire Engineers’ Federation and the Eight Hours Question, 512
  • Young, Mr. E. W., Cockatoo Island Graving Dock, New South Wales, 456
  • ZUYDER Zee, To Drain the, 211


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