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The Engineer 1898/04/01

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  • Contents, p305.

Main Subjects

  • Colombo Harbour, p507.
  • Construction of Modern Wire Wound Ordnance, (No. VII), p293.
  • Dockyard Notes, p507.
  • Editorial, p305.
    • Steam Iines
    • Water Tube Boilers
    • Ironworkers Wages
    • Vickers Gas Check
    • Home and Continental Artisans.
  • Engines of the French Cruiser Brennus, p296, p297 (Illustrated).
  • Fleets in Chinese Waters, p507.
  • Manchester Sewage Disposal Question, p294.
  • Manufacture of Needles, p298 (Illustrated).
  • Modern China from an Engineers point of View, (No. II) - How British Business Interests are Neglected, p293.
  • Naval Kriegspiel, p302.
  • Obituary, p306.
  • Reminiscences of Early Marine Steam Engine Construction and Steam Navigation in the United States of America From 1807 to 1850 - Charles H. Haswell, Member, p312.
  • Report on the Maine, p507.

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