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** [[Frederick R. Simms]]
 
** [[Frederick R. Simms]]
 
** [[Stephen Harding Terry]] - Steam Locomotion on Common Roads
 
** [[Stephen Harding Terry]] - Steam Locomotion on Common Roads
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** 'A Subscriber' - A Weak Autocar
  
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* '''Flashes - p297
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** [[F. C. Blake]] writes the the [[English Mechanic]] on constructing a car
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** [[George Johnstone]]
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* '''Coming Fixtures - p298
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* '''An Autocar at a Cork Bazaar - p298
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** [[Henry Hewitson]]
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* '''A New English Steam Boiler - p298
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** [[William Cross (1850-1916)|William Cross]] of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
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* '''Autocars and the Rural Economy - p299
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* '''The Coming of the Autocar - p299
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** [[Motor Car Club]]
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** [[H. J. Lawson]]
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* '''New Patents - p300
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** [[G. Douglas Leechman]] - Compiler
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** [[T. Hann]] and others
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** [[W . Hildebrand]]
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** [[C. Blackmore]]
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** [[George Francis Gabriel Des Vignes|Vignes]] and Another
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** [[H. V. Weyde]]
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** [[J. F. Duryea]]
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** [[L. A. Scoffield]]
  
  

Revision as of 11:30, 6 August 2016

Pdf50.jpg 1896 April 18th (pdf file)


  • A Visible Indicator - p289
  • Official Report of the Chicago Autocar Trials (cont.) - p290
  • Another Recent Experimenter - Illustrated- p295
  • Coming Fixtures - p298
  • A New English Steam Boiler - p298
  • Autocars and the Rural Economy - p299


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