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The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1865 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • Abercarn Boiler Explosion, 37S, 380, 405
  • Aberdare Iron Company, The, 243
  • Aberdare, Now Engine blieds nt, 345
  • Academy of Sciences, 51
  • Accident near Hanley Colliery, 364
  • Accident, The Hanley Colliery. 387
  • Accident, Sheffield Fan, 355, 387
  • Accident on Vale of Neath Railway, 379
  • Accidents in France by Lightning, 42
  • Accidents, Mining, 422
  • Accidents, Prevention of Railway, 230
  • Accidents, Railway, 9
  • Accidents from Steam Machinery, 266
  • Accumulators, D9
  • Acklam Ironworks, Opening of, 420
  • Act on Road Locomotives. Now, 6S
  • Adhesion, Locomotive, 337
  • Admiralty Reform, 371
  • Agar Town Goods Station, 193
  • Agincourt, The, 118
  • Agricultural Meeting in Lancashire, 82
  • Agricultural Shew, 379
  • Agricultural Society. Manchester and Liverpool, 160
  • Air Compressing Machinery, 232
  • Alexandra Dock Contracts. 311
  • Algonquin and Winooski, Tho, 211, 263, 328
  • Algonquin and Winooski Competition, 254, 255
  • Alloy, A New, 306
  • America. Magnesium in, 164
  • American Patent. An, 129
  • America. Steam Navigation to North, 247
  • American Journalists on English Ironclads, 119
  • American Mails on Saturday, Proposed Despatch of, 363
  • American Patent Office, 423
  • American Sloops of War. 279
  • American Telegraph, Russian, 287
  • Americans think of the Atlantic Cable, What, 125
  • Anchor, The Rodger, 318
  • Anglo-French Exhibition, The, 68, 84
  • Anglo-Swedish Steel Company, 349
  • Ausell's Indicator, 405
  • Appold, The late Mr., 147
  • Aqueduct, Great, 227
  • Arbitration in Trade Disputes, 51
  • Architectural Association of London, 291
  • Architecture, School of Naval, 48
  • Arethusa, Tho, 125
  • Armitages Mining Machinery, 84
  • Armour Plates, Penetration or, 22, 84
  • Artcsian Well, Dupont’s, 228
  • Artisans, Technical Training of, 146
  • Artisans, Special Diseases of, 282
  • Arts, Royal Scottish Society of, 827
  • Asbestos, 355
  • Association at Birmingham, Tho British, 169,189
  • Ashby’s Crank Shield, 3S1
  • Association of Foremen Engineers, Tho London, 52, 151, 238, 297
  • Association, Liverpool, Patent Law Reform, 346
  • Association of London, Architectural, 291
  • Association. Manchester Boiler, 19,137,319, 416

Association, The British

  • Air Compressing Engine, by T. Levick,
  • Chain Testing Mnchinos, by Sir W. G. Armstrong, C.E., F.R.S., 175
  • Coalfield of South Staffordshire, by Professor Jukes, 203
  • Elasticity and Viscosity of Metals, by Professor W. Thomsen, LL.D., F.K.S., &c., 239
  • On Improvements In Oiffard’s Injector, by J. Robinson, C.E., 187
  • Interim Report of the Committee on the Resistance of Water in Floating and Immersed Bodies, 183
  • Lowering Ships’ Boats, by L. G. Fawcut. 231
  • Measuring Electrical Resistances, by Sabine and Schwondler, 182
  • New Cotton Gin, by E. A. Cowper, 215
  • On the Manufacture of Cast Steel, by Henry Bessemer, 178
  • On the Outer Covering of Deop Sea Cublos, by C. W. Siemens, C.E., F.K.8., 106
  • On Some of the Onuses of the Failnro of Deep-sea Cables, &c., by W. Fairbairn, C.E., F.R.S., 172
  • Practical Results Obtained by Using Blast of High Temperature, by E. A. Cowper, 223
  • President's Address, 155, 166 Programme, 96
  • Railways in War, by Sir J. Burgoyne, K.C.B., F.R.3., 182
  • Rotary Steam Engine, by R. W. Thomson, C.E., &c., 264
  • Second Law of Thermodynamics, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, C.E., LI-.Lt., Sec., 245
  • Siemeu’s Rcgeuerativo Furnace, by S. H. F. Cox, 219
  • Small Arms Trade of Birmingham, by J. D. Goodman, 207
  • Torbite and its Use, by D. K. Clark, C.E., 175
  • Weldless Tires, &c., by F. J. Bramwell. 200
  • Astronomical Observations, Applicatiou of tho Spectrum Analysis to, 214
  • Aikinson’s Scent Disperser. 385
  • Atlantic Cable, The. 106, 117, 150, 166. 208, 380
  • Atlautic Cable, Dr. Russell on the, 221
  • Atlantic Cnble was Broken, How the, 223
  • Atlantic Cable wns not Laid, Why tho, 135
  • Atlantic and Pacific Navigation, 251
  • Atlantic Telegraph, The, 66. S7,101, 189
  • Atlantic Telegraph Company, Tho, 137
  • Australia, Coal in, 224
  • Australia, Engineers in, 337
  • Australian Gold Mines, 349 Austria, Steel Works in, 168
  • Austro-Nation Railways. 199
  • Aveling's Ropo Pnrtor, 381
  • Axles and Tires and tho Bessemer Procoss, 195
  • Badajoz and Ciudad-Real Railway, 125
  • Baromoter, Now, 207
  • Barwick and Hartley’s Spinning Machinery, 50
  • Batteries, Thermo-electric, 11 Bearings, 321
  • Bearings, Screw Shaft, 370
  • Belgian Coal Trade, The, 247
  • Belgian Iron Trade, 30S
  • Belgium, Locomotives in, 387
  • Bolgium, Mechanical Industry in, 335
  • Bolloroplion, The, 151, 205
  • Berlin, Pueumntic Dispatch in, 330
  • Bessemer Process, The„S5
  • Bessemer Process in London, 253
  • Bessemer Steel Rails, 229
  • Biddell's Pulping Machinery, 82
  • Bills, New Kailway, 306
  • Bilston, Failure at, 363
  • Birkenhead Testing Works, 127
  • Birmingham Industrial Exhibition, 143
  • Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. 93
  • Birmingham Industrial Exhibition, Tbo, 259
  • Birmingham and Wolverhampton, Ou 'Chango in, 159
  • Bismuth, 340
  • Black Country, Industries of the, 95, 112,128
  • Blackfriars Now Bridge, 11
  • Blast Furnaces, Elliptical, 93
  • Blast of High Temporature, 223
  • Board of Trndo Inspection of Railways, 50
  • Board of Trade Rules for Boilors, 247
  • Board of Trade Test for Boilors, 153, 213, 235
  • Boats, Lowering Ships', 231
  • Boiler Association, Manchester, 19
  • Boiler Association, Metropolitan, 319
  • Boiler, The Harrison, 321, 407
  • Boiler Tosting Apparatus, 157
  • Boilers, Board of Trade Rules for, 247
  • Boilors, Cast Steel for, 147
  • Boilers, Cast Iron, 370
  • Boilers, Differential Tubular, 5, 52
  • Boilers, Furrowing in, 23
  • Boilers, Hydraulic Proving of, 221
  • Boilers, Incrustation of, 340
  • Boilers, Monroe’», 131
  • Boilers, Official Inspection of, 254
  • Boilers. Small. 40, 03,84, 100
  • Boilers, Steel, 321
  • Boilers, Testing, 267, 322
  • Boilors, Twioill’s. 424
  • Bolton, Soho Works at, 249
  • Boot and Clog Iron Self acting Mach inc», 1(9
  • Boring Machines, Mather and Platt's, 41
  • Boston Steam Shipping Trado. 212
  • Bordeaux. Steam Cranes at, 247
  • Braby and Co., Limited, 211
  • Brake, The Friction, 22, 52, 68. 84,100, 117, 150
  • Brakes. Continuous Railway, 23
  • Brass Goods, 3S0
  • Brazil, Coal Beds of, 147
  • Breakwater, Isle of Man, 90
  • Brewery, Guinness', 196
  • Brick Machinery, Chamberlain's, 333
  • Bridge, Another French Railway. 126
  • Bridge, Cannon-street Railway. 401
  • Bridge, Commencement of the Forth, 262
  • Bridge, Compound, 23S
  • Bridge ovor the Po, 12
  • Bridge nt Prague, New, 283
  • Bridge over the Severn, 327
  • Bridgo over the Torreut Forton. 165
  • Bridge and Station, Cannon-street Railway, 137
  • Bridge in the World, Largest, 354
  • Bridges. Iron, 301
  • Bridges, Metropolitan. 49
  • Bridges, Movable, 18
  • Bridges, Solley’s, 281
  • Bridgewater's Railway Ciossings, 99
  • Brighton. 350
  • Britannia has Ceased to Rulo the Waves, 235
  • Broad-street Station of the London and North-Western Railway, 148
  • Brunswick, Trndo of New, 371
  • Buckle, Memorial to Mr.. 36
  • Byles, on Arbitration, Mr. Justice, 51
  • Cable Act, Prosecutions according to the Chain. 8S9
  • Cable, The Atlantic, 6, 12, 19, lu6, 117, 150 166 203 856
  • Cable was Broken, Haw tho Atlantic, 223
  • Cable was not Laid, Why the Atlantic, 133
  • Cable, Persian Gulf, 17
  • Cable. What Americans Think of tlie Atlantic, 1:5
  • Cables, Causes of Failure of Beep sea, 172
  • Cables. Covering of Deep-sea, 166
  • Cables, Failures of Submarine, 131
  • Cables, Noter ou tho Electrical Construction of Dcop-sea. -60, 304, 307, 400
  • Cables, Telegraph, 322. 357, 370, 401, 422
  • Cables, Telegraphic, 3U0
  • Cables, Testing, 370
  • Caerphilly Mineral District, The, 41
  • Cail and Co., 430
  • Caledonia Steamer, The, 432
  • Californio, Locomotivo Building in, 326
  • Oalifornia Manu aetures, 398
  • California, Mines and Geology of, 392
  • California, Sdvor Mines In, 305
  • Calvert’s Spinning, 51
  • Caunl. Coucri te for the Suez, 359
  • Canal, Tho Gi liges, 333
  • Cannon-street Railway Bridge 401
  • Cannon-street i uilway Bridgo aud Slation. 137
  • Cannon, Trial ot .. Now, 50
  • Crystal Bouses, 363
  • Carm-lly’s Boiler Fluid, 109
  • Carriage, Reform Radway, 255
  • Carriages. Contract between English, American, and
  • Swiss Railway. 247
  • Carriages, Gossell's Adjusting Weight of, 384
  • Carriages, Lighting Railway, 349
  • Carriages, New Gun, 584
  • Carriages, Railway, 300
  • Carriages, Safety, 1S4
  • Carrington and Tumor’s Chum, 99
  • Cart, Grant's, 381
  • Castings, Softening, 253
  • Csmcnts, Strength of, 883
  • Cenis Railway, The Mont, 113, 387
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Beraays', 50
  • Ceylon Railway, The, 85
  • Chain Testing, 6, 23, 39, 52
  • Chain Testing Machines, 175
  • Chalmers' Embrasuro, The, 48
  • Chamberlain’s Brick Machinery, 333
  • Chicago Tunnel, 121
  • Chicago Tunnel, The, 147
  • Child's Circular Saws, 83
  • Child's Mowing Machines, US
  • Churn, Carrington and Turner’s, 99
  • Chums, Jobb’s, 82
  • Ciudad-Real aud Badajoz Railway, 125
  • Clark’s Lubricating, 104
  • Clark's Vehiclos, 149
  • Cleveland Iron Trade, 94
  • Clifton Suspension Bridge Company, 137
  • Clocks and Watches, 246
  • Clyde, The Lord, 332
  • Ciyinnestra, The, 285
  • Coal Abroad, 250
  • Coal in Australia, 200, 224
  • Coal iu Belgium ,23
  • Coal Beds of Brazil, 147
  • Coal-digging Machine, 388
  • Conlfield, The Glasgow, 41
  • Coalfield of South Staffordshire, 203
  • Coal Mining in Spain, 218
  • Coal in the North Riding, 183
  • Coal and Oil In Kansas, 213
  • Coal-pits, Sinking, 321
  • Coal in Prussia, 138, 431
  • Coal Supply for Mediterranean, New, 196
  • Coal Trade, The Belgian, 247
  • Coals from Newcastle. 318
  • Coating Iron Ships, 374
  • Cobalt and Nickel, 2S0
  • Coke, Manufacture of, 262
  • Colloge for Western India, Engineering, 222
  • Collieries, Detection of Fire-damp in, 332
  • Collieries, Diffusion of Gases iu, 18
  • Collieries, Wombwell, 339
  • Colliery Catastrophe at Wigan, 48
  • Colliery Shafts, Diving in, 357
  • Colorado, Iron Smelting in, 432
  • Columbian Steamer. Loss of the, 281
  • Commerce, Birmingham Chamber of, 93
  • Cummission, The Vieuua, 311
  • Committee, Ordnance Soleet, 269
  • Communicating iu Railway Trains, 4
  • Communicaliug in Trains, 10, 126
  • Companies, More, 125
  • Companies, Novelty in, 224
  • Competition, New York Engine, 192
  • Competition, A Strange, 95
  • Concrete for tho Suez Canal, 350
  • Couseils des Prud'hommcs, Les. 235
  • Copper, Advance in tho Price, 326
  • Copper Ore, Discovery of, 349
  • Copper Sinoko Nuisance, The, 364
  • Cork-cutting Machinery, 169
  • Cornish’s ApplyingSheatning, 115
  • Corrosion of Iron by Sea Water, 121
  • Cotton Gin, New, 215
  • Cotton Gin, Otway’s, 280
  • Cotton in India, Cultivation of, 230
  • Cotton, Successful Trial of Gun, 418
  • Cranes nt Bordeaux, Steam, 247
  • Crank Shield, Ashby's, SSI
  • Cranston's Reaping and Mowing Machines, 51
  • Credit Foncier and Mobilior of England, 276
  • Crossings, Bridgewater's Railway, 99
  • Cmmlin Viaduct, 294, 243
  • Current and Telegraph Apparatus, Earth, 162
  • Currents at Greenwich Observatory, 145
  • Dagenham Dock 138
  • Dawlish, New Pier for, 386
  • Death of Mr. Nicholas Wood, 415
  • Decay of Woodon Roofs, 157
  • Dcmorara, Enginoors in, 87
  • Donsity ot Saturated Steam, On tho Law of, 53
  • Diary, Dr. Russell's, 111
  • Director of Indian Telograplis, 138
  • Disc Shearing Machines, 109
  • Discussion. Scion 11 fie, 10
  • Diseases of Artisans, Special, 232
  • Dispatch, Pnoumatic, 234, Si 3
  • Disperser, Atkinson's Scent, 3S5
  • Distilling Apparatus, Gravolcy's, 2'>2
  • Dividends Declared on Scotch Railways, 200
  • Diving Apparatus, tho Rouquayrol, 271
  • Diving ill Colliery Shafts, 357
  • Diving in a l’it Shaft. 340
  • Dobson, Slater, and HalliweU’s Mule, 319
  • Docks, Rxniouth, 220
  • Docks. The Hull. 335
  • D»cks, Springs in Graving, 250
  • Dowlais Ironworks, Photographs of, 368
  • Drainage of Merthyr, 259
  • Drainngo of tho Metropolis, 403
  • Drainage of Norwich, -44
  • Drain ago of Portsmouth, 167
  • Draiuage by Syphon, 166
  • Drainage and Water Supply, 36
  • Drainage Works, Merthyr, 345
  • Draughtsmen's Hours, 6, 387, 405
  • Drill, The Diamond, 421
  • Drill. Mason's Hand. 381
  • Dublin. Exhibition, The, 59, 269,213,229,231, 245, 253, 237 294, 303. 314
  • Dublin Trunk Connecting Railway, 242, 280
  • Dudley, Marriage of the Earl of, 345
  • Dumas' Lamp. 381
  • Dunderberg Ironclad, The, SO
  • Dunn and Co., T., 133
  • Dye Manufacturing, Aniline, 46
  • Dynamometer, Tho Newcastlo, 66, 100
  • Earth Currents at Greenwich Observatory. 141
  • Earth Currents and Telegraph Apparatus, 162
  • Ebbw Vale, New Rail Mill at, 292
  • Eclipse of the Sun 27
  • Economy. Steam Engine, 2S6
  • Edinburgh Geological Society, Opening of, 354
  • Egypt, tho Viceroy of, S3
  • Elasticity and Viscosity of Mota's, 239
  • Electric Light in Liclitlioases, 161
  • Electric Light nt Sea, 69
  • Electrical Construction of Deep Sea Chies. Notes on, 260
  • Electrical Resistances, Measuring, 182
  • Electricity, Fishing by, 27
  • Electricity, Great Prize in Voltaic, 20
  • Electricity and Magnetism. What are tlioy? 405
  • Electricity, Recent Researches in, 2o5
  • Embankment, The Thames, 218
  • Emery Trade, The United Slates and the, 100
  • Engines, Compressed Hot-air, 335
  • Engine, New Rotary, 261
  • Engine, Something Like an, 125
  • Engineer Service, The India, 56
  • Engineering Competition, Anglo-French, 207
  • Engineering Company r. Oglo. The Loudou, 331
  • Engineering, Oriental, 1, 31, 79
  • Engineering Qualifications, 321, 358, 370, 387, 105
  • Engineering in the States, Marino. 264
  • Engineers, Annual Meeting ol German, 46
  • Engineers, Association of Foromau, 52, 151, 238
  • Engineers of France, Society of Civil Suspended Roofs, by M. Lohaitre, 57
  • Engineers, Tlio London Association of Foremen, 297
  • Engineers, Naval, 2S3
  • Engineers, Northern Institute of Milling, 62
  • Engineers and Pattern Makers, Master, 138
  • Engineers' Reports, 373
  • Engineers as Surveyors, 22
  • Engiues for Cotton Spinning, 36
  • Eugines in France, Steam, 269
  • Engiues, Hascitine's Steam, 130
  • Engines, Improvements in Steam, 230
  • Engines, Lenoir Gas, 405
  • Eugines, Marine, 100
  • Engines in the Navy, Experimental, 151, 186
  • Engines, Newton's Rotary, 167
  • Engines and Piston Speeds, Rotary, 301
  • English Chemists and French Reporters, 392
  • Engraving, A Revolution in Wood, 421
  • Enterprise, Railway. 346
  • Europe, Petroleum in, 118
  • Exhibition, Tho Anglo-Froncli, 68, 84
  • Exhibition in Birmingham, 30
  • Exhibition, Birmingham Industrial, 143, 259
  • Exhibition, Tho Dublin, 59, 213, 229,234, 245, 253, 269, 287, 291, 80S, 311
  • Exhibition, Tho Glasgow Industrial, 311
  • Exhibition, Metropolitan and Provincial Working Class, 318
  • Exhibition, North Staffordshire Industrial, 61
  • Exhibition, Tho Paris, 21. 31, 49, 23S, 2t6, 266, 2S2, 369
  • Exhibition, Poona Industrial, 392
  • Exhibition, The Scandinavian, 266
  • Exhibitions, Industrial, 344
  • Exmouth, 83
  • Exmouth Docks, 220
  • Expedition, A Polar, 113
  • Explosion, Abercarn Boiler, 373, 3S9, 405
  • Explosion, Another Locomotive, 415
  • Explosion at a Sugar Refinery, 356
  • Explosion at Oyfarthfa, 379
  • Explosion at Merthyr Colliery, 432
  • Explosion at Niue Elms, Gas, 285, 303, 390
  • Explosion at Nino Elms, Dr. Letheby’s Report on the. 306
  • Explosion near Preston, Boiler, 22S
  • Explosion, The Tredegar Colliery, 222
  • Explosions of Gasholders, 293
  • Explosions of Portable Boilers, 9
  • Explosive, Substances Now, 85
  • Factory Labour, 12
  • Failures of Submarine Cables, 131
  • Fairlie’s Locomotive, 403
  • Falmouth. 892
  • Fan Accident at Sheffield, 355
  • Fans, Griuding, 801
  • Fasteniog for Doors, Spratt's. 83
  • Ferry Across tho Channel, Railway, 427
  • Ferry for Glasgow Harbour Steam, 251
  • Fibre, Tenacity of, 420
  • Filo Company, Patent, 143
  • Fire Alarum, Gilbert's, 216
  • Fire-arms, Breech-loadiug, 190
  • Fire at a Birmingham Manufactory, 159
  • Fire Brigade, The Metropolitan, 431
  • Fire-damp in Collieries, Detectiou of, 332
  • Fire-damp Indicator, Ansell’s, 405
  • Fire Department, Now York, 199
  • Fire Engine Competition, 6
  • Fire Engine, New Portable, 364
  • Fire Engine, Trial of Steam, 328
  • Fire Engines, Steam, 252
  • Fires, Petroleum, 301
  • Fitzroy Iron Mines, 396
  • Fleet, The French, 211
  • Florence. Public Works in, 23
  • Fluids, Hoating and Evaporating, 34
  • Fluid, Caruelly’a Boiler, 109
  • Flying Machine, Another, 21
  • Fog Signal, Self-acting, 12
  • Forbes' Steering Apparatus, 114
  • Foreign and Colonial Jottings, 77,164, 230, 252, 323, 339, 363, 403
  • Foreign Science, 230, 306, 849, 392
  • Forging Machinery, Shiptou and Mitchell’s, 369
  • Forts, The 8pithead, 366
  • Fossil Tree, 211
  • Foster’s Packing, 354
  • Foster’s Screw Taps, 403
  • Frames, Pit Head, 300
  • Franco, Consumption of Fuel in, 50
  • France, Iron in, 80
  • France, Iron Trade of, 120
  • France, Accidents by Lightning, in, 42
  • Franco, Mechanical Industry iu, 311
  • France, Steam Engines in, 259
  • France, Telegraphy in, 230
  • France, Trade in, 14
  • Frazer Gun. The, 111
  • French Atlantic Telegraph Company, 137
  • French Coal-burning Locomotives, 217
  • French Fleet, The, 211
  • French lew on Expropriation for Railways, 4c., 350
  • French Lines of Telegraph, 300
  • French Railways, 168
  • French Railway Bridge, Another, 126
  • French Reporters and English Chemists, 302
  • French Soap Trade, 153
  • Friction Brake, The, 52, 68, 81, 100, 117,150
  • Fuel in Frauce, Consumption of, 50 J
  • Funnels, Faint lor Steamboat, 101
  • Furuaee, Siemens* ltegenerativo. 219 1
  • Furnaces, Loiigridge an I Mash’s, 354
  • Furnaces, Rogers* Smoke-consuming, 299
  • Furnaces, Woodward's, 383
  • Furrowing iu Boilers, 21
  • Galvanometer, Prof. Thomson's. 184
  • Gauges Canal, Tho. 338
  • Gas Explosion at Kilo Elms, 285, 301
  • Gas, Liglitiug, 396
  • Gas in Faris, 6S ! Gas to Paris, Supply of, 3S5
  • Gas, Price of, 27
  • Gasworks. Metropolitan, 323
  • Gases in Collieries, I).(fusion of, 43
  • Gasholders, Explosions of, 293
  • Gauges. Rain, 78
  • Gearings Onstiuctinn of Ordnance, 131
  • Geological Society. Opening ol the Edinburgh, 361
  • Geologists, Hints lor Practica , 250
  • Gibson s Relieving Strain from Ropes, 421
  • Gilbert's Fire Aiarum, 216
  • Gin, New Cottou, 215
  • Gins, Otway's Cotton, 281
  • Girders, Calculating Stress on, 6, 23
  • Girders, Sinifflebotham's, 299
  • Glasgow, Civil Engineering and Mechanics in ‘.ho j Univers ty of, 36s
  • Glasgow Coal held, The, 41
  • Glasgow II rbour, Steam Ferry for, 251
  • Glasgow Industrial Exhibition, 311
  • Glass Maiitilncluro, Improvements in, 506
  • Glass M.iuulactuie, Piaio, 15
  • Gloss Pols, Jobusou's, 316
  • Glycerine, New Application of, 349
  • Goul Fields, New Zealand, 349
  • Geld Fields ol Olago. 214
  • Gold Mines, Australian, 349
  • Gooch, M.P., Election of Mr. D , 311
  • Gossull's Adjusting Weight of Carriages, 381
  • Government and Inventors, The, 101
  • Grant's Curt, 381
  • Gravoley's Distilling Apparatus, 252
  • Great Eastern, The, 199
  • Great Eastern, Station for the, 266
  • Great Northern Railway, 301
  • Great Western Carriage Works, 109, 111
  • Greenwich Observatory, 351
  • Gun Carriages, New, 3s4
  • Gnu Cotton, Successful Irial of, 418
  • Gun, Tho Frazer, 114
  • Gun, The Parsous', 260
  • Guiuncsa' Brewery, 196
  • Gunpowder, Non-Explosive, 59
  • Guns, Trials with Large, 405
  • Guns, «orkiug Heavy, 85
  • Guns, Wrought Iron, 20
  • Hamburgh and London Telegraph, 216
  • Hamilton,. Death of Sir W. R., 15'J
  • Hammers, Ramsbottom si Steam, 336
  • Hanley Colliery Accident, 364, 8S7
  • Harbour Projects, Now, 291
  • Harrison Boiler, The, 321, 407
  • Hartford Works, Oldham and tho, 115
  • Haseltine's Steam Engines, 130
  • Heart's Content, 133
  • Heating and Evaporating Fluids, 34
  • Helicon, H.M.S., 80
  • Hercules, The, 279
  • Hercules Target, Tho, 389
  • Hick and Son, Works of Mossrs., 249
  • High Piston Speeds, 219, 352
  • Highway, Steam on the, 219
  • Hmmatite Deposits iu Pembrokeshire, 216
  • Hoes and Drills, Saiutry's, 402
  • Holborn, Pneumatic Railway, 130
  • Houtlcur, Trial Trip of the, 363
  • Hornsea, Gas at, 78
  • Hours, Draughtsmen's, 387, 405
  • Houses, Crystal, 363
  • Uuch aud Windhausen's Motive Power, 152
  • Humber Ironworks, 143
  • Hunt’s Planing Wood, 64
  • Hydraulic Proving of Boilers, 221
  • Illinois, Zinc Manufacture in, 302
  • Imitating, Worth, 331
  • Imperial Railway Scheme, 270
  • Imports and Exports, 297
  • Incrustation of Boilers, 349
  • India, Contracts for, 345
  • India, Cultivation of Cotton in, 230
  • India Engineer Service, 66
  • India, Engineering College for Western, 222
  • India, Overland Route to, 71
  • India, Progress in, 287
  • ludia, Railway to, 88, 186
  • India, Railway Iron lor, 278 ; India, Railways in, 192
  • India, Telegraph to, 119, 815
  • Indian Railways, 131
  • Indian Telegraphs, Director of, 138
  • Indium, The New Motal, 230
  • IndoEuropean Telegraph, The, 386
  • Industries of the Black Country, 95, 112,12S
  • Iudustry in France, Mechanical, 314
  • Injector, The, 6, 22, 203, 235
  • Injector, The Glffard, 187, 402, 423
  • Inspection of Boilers, Official, 254
  • Institute of Engineers, South Wales, 40
  • Institution of civil Engineers, 293
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 41

Institution or Civil Engineers:—

  • Award of Premiums, 112
  • Annual Geueral Meeting, 400 Ballot, 830
  • ludia, Telegraph to, by Sir C. Bright, M.P., 315
  • Ou tno Strength of Cements, by J. Grant, 383 Premiums, 11

Institution of Engineers in Scotland:—

  • Ou Frictional Screw Motions, by J. Robertson, 410
  • On the Tenacity of Some Fibrous Substances, by W. J. Macquoru Rankine, C.E., LL.D., &c., 420 ,

Institution of Mechanical Engineers :—

  • Ballycurus" Lead Works, Visit to the, 98
  • Bauk Note Printing Machinery, by J. Grubb, 98
  • Compressed Peat Fuel, by C. Hodgson, 79
  • Dublin Mooting, The, 54
  • Dublin Waterworks, The, by P. Neville, 97
  • Gun Metal Tuyere, by N. Solley, 299
  • Improved Safely Valve, by W. Naylor. 299
  • Machinery Used in Making iho Rouudwood Tunuol, by Mr. Low, 97
  • Ou Flax Machinery, by T. Greouwood, 79
  • On tho Principal Seams of Coal and Ironstone iu the
  • Glasgow Coalfield, by W. Moore, 41
  • Portabio Steam Rivottor, by A, Wylio, 98 ock-boring Machine, by Goo. Low, 80
  • Taking off Waste Gas from Furnaces, by G. AddeDbrooke, 299
  • Insulators, Inductive Resistance of, 186
  • Invention, The Philosophy of; 409
  • Inventors and the Government, 101
  • Inventors and Patent Laws, 100
  • Inventors' Rights, 335. 358
  • Ireland aud its Prospects, 374
  • Iron Bridge, SOI
  • Ironclad, New Turkish, 184
  • Ironclad for Turkey, 284
  • Ironclads, Americau Journalists on Eng'isli, 119
  • Iron, Coal. and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, The, 10, 30 45 ijl 77,93, 109,125. 143, 169, 179, 195, 211. 227, 213 ’■59’, 275. 292, 311, 327. 345, 3#4, 379, 415, 431
  • Iron and Copper, Contracts, for, 199 I i on in France, $0
  • Iron, Great Strength of Now Zoaland, 379
  • Irou for 1 iiJia Railway, 278
  • Iron, with l ead Purifying, 104
  • Iron in (ho Moulds, Behaviour of Cast, 4 7
  • Iron, New Theory of. 279
  • Iron Oio from Dartmouth, 12
  • Iron ns a Purifyer, Muguetic Oxide of, 19
  • Iron. Scotch Pig, 8'
  • Irou by Sea Water, Corrosion of, 121
  • Iron in Sea Water, Preservation of. 230
  • Iron ns a Shipbuilding Material, li.dv.uiiueil, 32
  • Iron Smelting in Colorado, 432
  • Iron, Soltenmg Cast, 237
  • Iron Trade, Tho Cleveland, 94
  • Iron Trade of France, 120
  • Iron Tr.do of Lake Superior, 144
  • Ironmasters aud Railway Companies, 210
  • Isle of Man Breakwater. 90
  • Italian Society in Natural Sciences, 392
  • Italy, 222
  • Jebb's Churns, 82
  • Jeffrey's Turntables, SO, 101
  • Jets, Steam. 150
  • Jewellery, Birminglia n, 222
  • loliuson's Glass P<>ls 3.6
  • Juries, Engineering Aid. Corouuis,337
  • Jute Machines, 189
  • Kansas, Coal mid Oil in. 218
  • Kil'kaldy’s Testing Wmk<, u41
  • Knitting Machines. 425
  • Krupp's Steel Tires, 349
  • Labels, Illuminated. 394
  • Labour Facto y. 12
  • Laing’s Shearing Metals. 98
  • Lamp-burnors, Watt's, 9>
  • Lamps. Diiui is’, 333
  • Lamps, Safely, 191
  • Launch ut Picntmi, '-52
  • Launch of uu Ironclad, 80
  • Launch of a Steam Barge, 210
  • Law on Expropriation, for Railways, 4ic , French, "50

Law Intelligence

  • Bovill r Cinto, 413
  • Gaw r. Eley 359
  • Symouds e. Foxwoll, 3
  • Tangye r. Scott, 399, 409

Leading Articles:—

  • Accident at Sheffield. Fan, 355
  • Accidents, Railway, 9
  • Algonquin aud Winooski Competition, Tho. 255
  • Amorican Journalists on English Ironclads li9
  • Bearings, 321
  • Bellcrophou, The, 215
  • Hossom' r Procoss in Londou, 253
  • Board of Trndo Inspection of Railways, 50
  • Boaid of Trade Test lor Mariuo Boilers, 153, 213
  • Boilers, Small, 40
  • Cable was not Laid. Why tho Atlantic, 135
  • Carriage Reform, Railway, 255
  • Corrosion of Iron by Sea Water, 121
  • Collapse of a Boiler Flue at Ahcrcarn, 873, 3S9
  • Communication in Trains,ƒ10
  • Competition, A Strange, 95
  • Conscils des Prud’hommos, Les, 2S5
  • Deadly Trades, 285
  • Discussion, Scientific. 10
  • Economy, Steam Engine, 286
  • Enginocr Service. Tho Indian, 56
  • Engineering Collego for Western India, 222
  • Engineering Legislation ef tho Session, 25
  • Engineering, Oriental, 1, 31, 79
  • Engineering Qualifications, 321
  • Engineers* Reports, 373
  • Engines in tho Navy, Experimental, 154
  • Explosiou at a Bristol Sugar Refiucry, 356
  • Explosion at Nino Elms, Gas, 2S5
  • Explosion at Nine Elms, luquost on tho Gas, 303
  • Explosions of Gasholders on tho, 293
  • Explosions of Locomotive and Portable Boilers, 9
  • Ferry Across the Channel, Railway, 427
  • Fire-arms, Breech-loading, 190
  • French Coal-burning Locomotives, 217
  • Fresh Water at Sea, 338
  • Ganges Canal, 338
  • Hercules Target and tho 600-pouudcr Gun, 359
  • High Piston Spoods, 206
  • Hydraulic Proving of Boilers, 221
  • Imperial Railway Scheme, 270
  • India, Railway to, 88
  • Invention, Tho Philosophy of, 409
  • Inventors and the Government, 193
  • Irou Trade of Franco, 120
  • Juries, Engineering Aid to Coroners', 337
  • Locomotive, A Novel, 40S
  • Locomotive Water Supply, 39
  • Locomotives, Coupled, 337
  • Machino, Puddling, 170
  • Magazines, Gunpowder, 72
  • Mechanical Progross, 153
  • Meeting of tho British Association, 169
  • Masters and Men, 181
  • Mathematicians and Ordnance, 39
  • Notes on the Electrical Construction of Deep-sea i'ables, 261, 394, 347, 409
  • Official Inspection of Marine Boilers, 255
  • Ordnance Select Committee, 269.
  • Ordnance, Working Heavy, 27
  • Our Naval Strcugth. 237
  • Overland Route to India, 71
  • Past aud Future, 425
  • Patent Law Refmiug, 269
  • Patent Laws and Copyright, 171
  • Patent Rights, Lord Stnuloy on, 104
  • Pneumatic Despatch, Tho, 303
  • Priming. 355
  • Propellers, Screw, 135
  • Prosecutions According to the Chain Cables and Anchors Act, 389
  • Rights of Property in Thought, 205
  • Russoll ou tho Ailautic Cable, Dr., 221
  • Russell’s Diary, Dr., Ill
  • Sand-boxes for Locomotives, 374
  • Sanitary Condition of Manulactorics. 206
  • Schemes for the Supply of Water, New, 407
  • Sheffield Reservoir Disaster, 47
  • Smoko-burniog in Manufacturing Furnaces, 191
  • Smoke Prevention at Sea, 87
  • Speed at Sea, 27
  • Strikes, On the Prevention of, 63
  • Tangye e. Stott, 427
  • Telegraph, Tho Atlantic. 55, 71. 87, 103.189
  • Telegraphic Communication with India, 119
  • Turret Ships, 189
  • Weirs, Rivor, 136
  • Wet Steam, 237
  • Witnesses, Scientific, 55
  • Leeds, Debt of, 432
  • Leeds Waterworks, 46
  • Legislation, Engineering, 25
  • Lcmut's Puddling Machine, 229
  • Lenoir Gis Engines, 405
  • L’EDtlnctour, 364

Letters to the Editor:—

  • Accident at Sheffield Fan, North Moor Foundry Company, 3S7 , „
  • Accidents, Mining, A Civil Engineer and Colliery Manager, 423
  • Accumulators, J. O., 189
  • Adhesion, Locomotive, Tlios. Veiling, 337
  • Armour Plates, Penetration of, W. C. Unwin, 22, 81
  • Asbestos, F. Wynue, 355
  • Atlantic Cable, The Fuluro of the, *’ 8.8.," 7
  • Bark Mills, “ Inquirer,” 39
  • Bearings, Screw Shaft, J. T. Boys, 371
  • Bessemer Process, The. D. G. Fitzgerald. 35
  • Board of I rndo Test for Boilers, A Pmcticul Boiler¬maker, 235
  • Board of Trade Test for Boiler , John Swift, 235
  • Boiler, The Harrison, J. Harrison, jun., 407
  • Boiler, The Harrison. J. J. 8., 321
  • Boilers, Cast Iron, “ Don’t Recommend it." 370
  • Boilers. Differential Tubular, P. Jouaeu, 5
  • Boileis, Differential Tubular, J. G. Wiutou, 5
  • Boilers, Small, An Eugine Man, 84
  • Boilers, Small. T. Hosking, 84
  • Boilers, Small, L. Olrick. OS, 100
  • Boilers. Steel. Beiliss and Seekings, 321
  • Boilers, Testing, C. Greaves, 267
  • Boilers, Testing, D. T., 323
  • Boilers, Testing, X. Y. Z., 203
  • Brake, Continuous Railway, J. Clark. 23
  • Brass Goods, It. Yd., 389
  • Bridges, Iron, A. Sedley, 301
  • British Association Meeting, C. n. Adams, 189 I
  • Buckle. Memorial to Mr . J. 8 Harvey, 30
  • Calile, Tho Atlantic, A. C. 117
  • Calile, Tho Atlantic, J. Dixon, 150
  • Cable, Tho Atlantic. E. 11. Newby, 203
  • Cable, The Atlantic, J. Reading, 164
  • Cable, Tho Atlantic, ** Suspension,” 3S6
  • Cable, Tho Atlantic, J. J. T„ 150
  • Cables, Failures of Submarine, E. L. Garbett. 132
  • Cables, Failures of Submarine, W. H. U., 132
  • Cables, Testing, Geo. Ennis, 370
  • Cables, Testing, Robinson and Cottnm, 39
  • Cables, Testing Chain, W. Roberts. 52
  • Carriages, Railway, A Traveller, 300
  • Castings, Softening, J. E., 253
  • Chain Testiug, N. D., 6
  • Chain Testing, G. G., 6
  • Chain Testiug, Y., 6
  • Chain Cables, Testing, Z.. 23
  • Charing Cross Railway Bridge, G. B., 71
  • Clymnestra, The, F. A. Roctiusson, 285
  • Coal Abioad, A Resident in Alexandria, 250
  • Coal-pits, Sinking, ’• Inquirer,” 321
  • Companies and Ironmasters, Railway, “Fairplay,” 250
  • Competition, Odessa, B. O W., 219
  • Diving iu Colliery Shafts, T. Dyne Steel, 357
  • Draughtsmen’s Hours, A Draughtsman. 387
  • Draughtsmen's Hours, Another Draughtsman, 405
  • Draughtsmen’s Hours. R. N., 6
  • Dynamometer, The Newcastle D„ 100
  • Electricity and Magnetism—What are they ? F. II, 405
  • Engine. Moist Hot-air, J. Parker, 335
  • Engineering Qualifications, A. B., 370
  • Engineering Qualifications. A Contractor’s Engineer. 359, 387
  • Engineering Qualifications, An Old Driver, 358
  • Engineering Qualifications, T. M., 370, 405
  • Engineering Qua’ificaiioiis, A Pupil, 358
  • Engineering Qualifications. B. O. W., 358
  • Engineers iu Australia, A Young Engineer, 837
  • Engineers in Demerara, “Demeraru,” 87
  • Engineers, London Association of Foremen, 52
  • Engineers, Naval, An Assistant-Engineer, 283
  • Engineers ns Surveyors. 8. U. R, 22
  • Engines for Cottou .Spiuning, F. A. Paget, 36
  • Engines aud High Piston Speeds, Rotary, 8. B. M., 301
  • Engines and High Piston Speeds, Rotary, J. Simp¬son, 301
  • Eugiues, Lenoir Gas, J. Pinchbeck, 405
  • Engines, Marine, Mariuo Engineer, 100
  • Engines iu the Navy, Experimental, Randolph, Elder, and Co., 180
  • Exhibition, Anglo-French, Coningsby, R„ 68
  • Exhibition, Tho Dubliu, Courtney, Stephens, and Co., 303
  • Exhibition, The Dublin, Gwynneand Co., 209
  • Exhibition, The Dubliu, F. A. Rochussen, 253
  • Exhibition. The Dublin. John Russell aud Co., 253
  • Fans, Grindiug, W. S. Richardson, 301
  • Ferryboat for Glasgow, Steam, GWynne and Co., 251
  • Ferryboat for Glasgow, Steam, J. G., 251
  • Fire Engine Competition, Merryweathor and Sons, 6
  • Flue Collapse at Abcrcarn, “ Cautious/’ 405
  • Friction Urako a True Test of Power, J. Pinchbeck, 100,150
  • Friction Brake not a True Test of Power, “Inquirer,” 52
  • Friction Brake not a Truo Test of Power, C. T. Porter, 22, 68, 84.117
  • Furrowing and Pitting in Boilers, J. G. Winton, 23
  • Geologists, Hints for Practical, B. O. W., 250
  • Girders, Calculating Stressou, W. I»., 23
  • Girders, Calculating Stress of, J. MacCallum, 6
  • Gun Trials, Large, A. Gearing, 401
  • Hercules Target and 600-pounder Armstrong, J. W. Giiulestoue, 30
  • India, Railway to, Hyde Clarke, ISO
  • Injector, The, “ Economy,” 22
  • Injector, The, J. G., 6
  • Injector, The, L-, 235
  • Injector, The, A. Roadster, 203, 235
  • Injector, The, Tomkins, W. 8., 203
  • Institution ol Mechanical Engineers, G. Low, 119
  • Insulators, Inductive Resistance of, D. G. Fitzgerald,
  • Inventors and Patent Laws, H. Dlrcks, 100
  • Inventors’ Rights, F. W. Cain pin, 358
  • Inventors’ Rights, “ A Patentee,” 835
  • Iron, Softening Cast, “ A Constant Subscriber,” 237
  • Jets. Steam, F. W. Fox, 150
  • Jute Machines. C. A D., 189
  • Knitting Machines, R. G. F., 425
  • Laing’s Shearing Metal, S. J. D„ 119
  • Liquefaction of Steam in Cylinders, by W. J. Macqnom Rankme. 370
  • Match-making Machinery, X. Y. Z., 135
  • Mechanical Appliaucos, Simplification of, J. Dixon, 132
  • Naphtha, Disposing of Vapour of, P. Jenson, 5
  • Navigation, History of Steam. 8. Durtoii, 251
  • Paint for Steamboat Funnels, J. M., 103
  • Paint lor Steamboat Funnels, F. Pond. 135
  • Paper Tubes, “ A Constant Reader,” 253
  • Patent Laws, P. J. L., 84
  • Pateut Laws, W. Spence. 187, 203, 235, 251, 207
  • Peat as Torblte, Preparing, A. C., 203
  • Petroleum Fires, C. J. L., 301
  • Petroleum as Steam Fuel, C. J. Richardson, 387
  • Pin Machinery, W. Wilson, 253
  • Plugs, Fusible, John Swift, 6
  • Propelling Gear, The Rigg, D., 150
  • Propelling i.enr, Tho Rigg, J. Kambsbottom, 150
  • Pumps, Slide Valve, T. Smith, 337
  • Pyrometers, Z. E, 303
  • Qualifications, Professional, T. M , 335
  • Quarryiug Machine , Marseilles, 205
  • lull Rolled, Where was tho First? W. 8. Longridgo, 371
  • Railway, Tho Dublin Trunk Connecting, IL Mallet, 283
  • Rainfall, British, G. J. Symons, 371
  • Revolving Turret not the Invention of Capt. Coles, Ac., P. J. Liveaey, 103
  • Rock-boring Machines, Alex. Jack, 355
  • Rogers on Patent Law, Prof., F. B., 187
  • Rout-lifting Machines, ” 'Iheta," 205
  • Screw Propulsion, C-, 251
  • Screw Propulsion, An Engineer. 219
  • Screw Propulsion, B O. W., 235
  • Ships’ Lines, A2.. 253
  • Slide Valves oi Marine Engines, N. P. Burgh, 5,105, 351
  • Smithfield Cattle Show, 8. Holman, 425
  • Smoke Vomitorium, Applicability of, D. O. Edwards, J 387
  • Specifications, Construction of. C. D. Abel, 36
  • Specifications, Construction of, W. Spence, 7, 22, 52
  • Speeds, High Piston, C. T. Huyball, 219
  • Speeds, High Piston. James Uowden, 283
  • Springs in Graving Docks. B. O. W., 250
  • Steam, Wet, G. Fowler. 251 J
  • Sugar, Cultivation, Simmouds, P. L., 151
  • Sugar Cultivation, “ Zanzibar,” 151, 203
  • Sugar Machinery, N. 1’. Burgh, 68, 132, 150
  • Sugar Machinery. “British Guano," 117, 150
  • Sugar Machinery, “ Zanzibar,” 62, 101, 132
  • Sugar per Acre, Yield of, P. L. Simmonds, 63
  • Telegraph Cables, A. W. Forbes, 422
  • Telegraph Cables, '1'. M., 357
  • Telegraph Cables, F. M., 404
  • Telegraph Cables, J. Macintosh, 322. 370
  • Telegraph Cables, “ Suspension,” 422
  • Telegraph Cables, A Telegraphist, 370, 422
  • Telegraph Cables, Deep Sea, A Telegraphist, 404
  • Telegraphic Cables, T. M., 300 Ï
  • Telegraphy, Submarine, “ Magnet.” 323
  • Testing Density of Sea Water, “ Salt,” 38 6
  • Tubes. Differential Boiler, C. F. T. Youug, 52
  • Turbines r. Vertical Wheels, A. K., 357
  • Turntables. Jeffrey’s, J. J. T., 101 6
  • Valves, India-rubber, J. G. Winton. 131
  • Water at Sea, Fresh, Normandy aud Co , 404, 422
  • Water Supply to Towns, Thcs. Ddo. 422 ’
  • Water through Curved Pipes, Flow of, “Hydro.,” 300
  • Weston’s Pulleys, 8. and E. Ransoms and Co , 407
  • Zopissa, S. G. F., 237
  • Lovick aud Jones' Air Compressing Machinery, 232
  • Liability on a Small Scale, Limited, 130
  • Lichfield among the Ironmasters, Lord, 431
  • Light, Electric, 27
  • Light, A New, 23
  • Light at Sea, Electric. 69
  • Lighthouse, The Whitfield, 311
  • Lighthouse, Wolf Rock, 415
  • Lighthouses, Electric Light in, 164
  • Lighting, Gas, 396
  • Lighting of Paris, 42 I
  • Lighting Railway Carriages, 319
  • Lines, Ships’, 253
  • Liquefaction of Steam in Cylinders, 370

Literature : —

  • A Treatise on the Screw Propeller, &c., by John Bourne, C.E., 222
  • A Practical Treatise on Coal, *c., by A. Gesnor, M.D., 277
  • Bessomer Process in Austria, O. F. Von Hingonau, 313, 329, 365, 417
  • Engineering Facts and Figures, by A. B. Brown, 222
  • history of the Cotton Famine, by R. A. Arnold, 89, 105
  • Lo Petrole,4c., by E. Soulie and H. Haudouiu, 277
  • Lives of Boulton and Watt, by S. Smiles, 356, 399
  • Practical Specifications of Works Executed, ic., by John Blenkarn, C.E., 72
  • Prevention of Railway Accidents, Ch. Boutet, 72
  • Rapport Sur l’Assainissemeut des Fabriques on dcs
  • Procédés d’Industrie Insalubres eu Angletoiro, by C. Froyciuet, 197
  • Record of the Progress of Modern Engineering, W. Humber, 330
  • The Iron Shipbuilders', Engineers’ and Iron Merchants’ Guide and Assistant by H. Burlinsou and W. M. H. Simpson, 222
  • The Ixick-out, by Benj. Hardwick, F.R.G 3-, 73
  • The Practical Millwrights' and Engineers’ Rcckouer, by Thos. Dixon, 73
  • The Revolving Turret not the Invention of Capt. Coles but of Chas. Wentworth Forbes, 90
  • The Sewage Committee of 1864, by Thos. Spencer, F.C.3.,73
  • The Slide Valve, by N. P. Burgh 366
  • Tables for Facilitating the Calculation of Earthwork, by D. Cunningham, C.E., 172
  • Tables of Tangential Angles, Ac., A. Beazcley, 330
  • Transactions of iho Society of Engineers, 17
  • Liverpool Water Supply, 224 1
  • Locks and Keys, Concerning. 317
  • Locomotive Building in California, 326
  • Locomotive, Coupled, 337
  • Locomotive, Fairlie's, 40S
  • Locomotive, A Novol, 203
  • Locomotive, A Runaway, 41
  • Locomotive Water Supply, 39
  • Locomotives in Bolgium, 387
  • Locomotives, French Coal-burning, 217
  • Locomotives, Narrow Gauge, 34
  • Locomotives. Sand Boxes for, 374 i
  • Logs, Massoy’s Ships' Logs, 381
  • Loudon and Brighton Railway Station, 133
  • London, Pattern Makers in, 109
  • Longridgo aud Mash’s Furnaces, 354
  • Lord Warden, The, 83
  • Louisville, Artesian Wells at, 223
  • Lowering Ships' Boats, 231
  • Lubricating, Clark’s, 164
  • Lubricators, Wilson’s, 234
  • Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of, 415
  • Lymington Docks, 86
  • Macclefield and Buxton Railway, 432
  • Machinery, Accidents from Steam, 266
  • Mackay's Projectiles, 114
  • Magazines, Gunpowder, 72
  • Magnesium in America, Manufacture of, 164
  • Magnesium Light, Economic, 130
  • Mails, Oriental and Australian, 366
  • Malta and Alexandria Telegraph, 349
  • Manchester Boiler Association, 1:57, 416
  • Manufactories, Sanitary Condition ot, 206
  • Markets, Mobil and Timber, 16, 30, 46. 62, 78, 94, 110, 126, 144, 160,180, 196, 212,228, 260, 276, 292, 312, 323, 346, 364, 380, 398, 482
  • Marshall's Presses, 350
  • Mason’s Hand Drill, 382
  • Massey's Ships’ Logs, 334 ,
  • Masters and Men, 131
  • Match-making Machinery, 135
  • Mathematicians and Ordnance, 39
  • Mather's Sawing Machinery, 264
  • Maudslay and Field, Messrs., 236
  • Measurement of Steamships, 41
  • Measuring Electrical Resistances, 182
  • Mechanical Appliances, Simplification of, 132
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, 41
  • Mechanical Progress. 153
  • Memorial to Mr. Buckle, 36
  • Menai District, The, 86
  • Mersey and Deloraine Railway, 349
  • Mersey, Pnoumatic Railway under the, 371
  • Mersey Steel aud Iron Works, 145
  • Merthyr, Drainage of, 259
  • Merthyr Drainage Works, 345
  • Merthyr and its Ironworks, 261, 278, 298, 350
  • Metals, Elasticity and Viscosity of, 239J
  • Metropolis, Main Drainage of the, 405
  • Metropolitan Bridges, 49
  • Metropolitan Railway, The, 166
  • Metropolitan Railway Travelling, 83
  • Metropolitan Tramways, New, 432
  • Midland Railway Goods Station. 193
  • Midland Railway, the Pancras Station of the, 230
  • Milford Haven, 199
  • Mills, Bark, 39
  • Mills, Isle of Thanet Steam Flour, 333
  • Mills, Koine's Mortar, 406
  • Mineral Statistics for }S64, 134
  • Mining Accidents, 422
  • Mining Districts. The Welsh, 114
  • Mining Machinery, 31
  • Minotaur, H.M.S., 163
  • Minotaur, Thu, 54
  • Mississippi, Lakes to be Connected with the, 396
  • Mistake, A Slight, 292
  • Money Coined, 12
  • Monitors, American Light Draught, 81
  • Monitors, Tho Russian, 102
  • Monro’s Boilers, 131
  • Mont Cenis Railway, The, 113
  • Montrose Harbour Accommodation, 244
  • Morotonhampstcad Railway, 216
  • Motive Power. Huch and Wiudbauscn’s, 152
  • Mowing Machines, Child’s, 118
  • Mules, Dobsou, Slator.aud Halllwell’a, 319
  • Nalder’s Safety Valve, 381
  • Naphtha, Disposing of Vapour of, 6
  • Naval Architecture. School of, 43
  • Naval Ordnance, 121
  • Naval Strength, Our, 237
  • Navigation, Atlantic and Pacific. 251
  • Navigation, History of Steam, 251
  • Navigation to North America, Steam, 247
  • Navigation, Steam, 50
  • Navigation in 1864. Steam, 138
  • Navy, Experimental Engines in tho, 151, 186
  • Navy, The Royal, 12
  • Navvy, Tho Word, 67
  • Newcastle, Coals from, 318
  • Newhaven Harbour, 301
  • Newhaven Improvements, 248
  • New South Wales, Paraffin Oil in. 121
  • New South Wales, Shalo Oil in, 19
  • Nowspaper, A Chinese, 833
  • Newton's Making Horse Shoes, 301
  • Newton’s Pumps, 143
  • Newton’s Rotary Engines, 167
  • Newton’s Tobacco Machinery, 368
  • New York Fire Department, 109
  • New York, Sanitary Condition of, 50
  • New Zealand Goldfields, 349
  • New Zealaud, Wood-working Machinery for, 160
  • Nickel and Cobalt, 280
  • Nine Elms Gas Explosion, 330
  • Norfolk Railway, East, 260
  • Norwich, Drainage of, 244
  • Notes on the Electrical Construction of Deep-sea Cables, 304, 307, 400
  • Notes and Memoranda, 183, 200, 218, 231, 251, 263, 279, 297, 315, 325 , 336, 349, 367, 383. 401. 419.
  • Notes from New South Wales, 137, 278, 334
  • Notes from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 16, 30, 46, 62. 78, 94, 110, 126, 143, 160, 180, 196, 212, 228, 244, 260, 276, 292, 312, 828, 846, 364, 3j0, 398, 416, 432
  • Novel, Something really, 316
  • Nuisance from Manufactories, 77
  • Observatory, The Greenwich. 351
  • Ocean Steam Routes, Now, 231
  • Odessa Competition, 219
  • Odessa, Improvement of, 198
  • Oil in New South Wales, Shale, 49
  • Oil Regions, How Fortunes are Made in the, 263
  • Oil at Trowbridge, Mineral, 386
  • Okehampton Railway, The, 77
  • Oldham and the Hartford Works, 115
  • Oleaginous Mineral, 280
  • Ou Giffard’s Injector, by L. Olrick, 402, 423
  • Orduance Gearings, 134
  • Ordnance Select Committee, 269
  • Ordnance and Mathematicians, 39
  • Ordnance, Working Heavy, 27
  • Oriental and Australian Mails, 3G3
  • Ornamenting Glass. &c., 50
  • Otago, Goldfields of, 214
  • Otway’s Cotton Gins, 280
  • Overland Route to India, 71
  • Pacific nn I Atlantic Navigation, 251
  • Pacific Railway, The, 348
  • Pacific, Steam Navigation in tho, 211
  • Pacific Telegraph, The, 306
  • Packing, Foster’s, 354
  • Paint for Steamboat Funnels, 103, 135
  • Panama, Isthmus of, 263
  • Panama Railway, 281
  • Paraffin Oil in New South Wales, 121
  • Paraffin Oil from Peat, 327
  • Paris Exhibition, Tho, 49, 238, 246, 266, 282, 309
  • Paris, Gas in, 68
  • Paris, Life in, 70
  • Paris, Lighting of, 42
  • Paris, Subterranean Works in, 363
  • Paris, Supply of Gas to, 8S5
  • Paris, Trade in, 96
  • Paris Water Supply, 319
  • Parliamentary Notices, 327
  • Parnacott’s Saw Machinery, 236
  • Parsons Gun, The, 260
  • Passengers. Railway, 3-3
  • Post and Future, 425
  • Pattern Makers in London, 109
  • Pattern Makers, Master Engineers and, 133
  • Patent, Au American, 129
  • Patent Law, 203, 235. 251, 267
  • Patent Law Administration, Novel Practice in, 69
  • Patent Law, Professor Rogers ou, 187
  • Patent Law, liefiuing, 269
  • Patent Law Reform Association, Liverpool, 346
  • Patent Laws, 84, 187
  • Patent Laws and Copyright, 171
  • Patent Laws, Inventors and, 100
  • Patent Nut and Bolt Company’s Works, 161
  • Patent Right. The •’ Saturday Review " on, 191
  • Patent Rights, Lord Stanley ou, 101
  • Patent. The Vulcanised Rubber, 54
  • Patents and Monopolies, 3
  • Pearls, Artificial, 23
  • Peat as Torbite, Preparation of. 2t3
  • Pembroke Dockyard, 204
  • Pembrokeshire, Hssmatito Deposits in, 210
  • Pencil Cases, Vale’s, 420
  • Peninsular and Oriental Company, 392
  • Permanent Way, Wrought Iron, 130
  • Pcskett’s Rivet Machinery, 70
  • Peto, Sir M., 138
  • Petroleum, 392
  • Petroleum, Commerce of, 19
  • Petroleum in Europe, 118
  • Petroleum Fires, 301
  • Petroleum as Fuel, 387
  • Putroleum at Grosmont, 398
  • Petroleum and its Products, 363
  • Petroleum Springs, Russian, 323
  • Petroloum iu Yorkshire. 363
  • Photographic Society ol Loudon, 323
  • Photographic Society of L ,udon. Tho, 387
  • Photography iu Natural Colours, 349
  • Pin Machinery, 253
  • Pipes, Paper, 169
  • Piston Speeds, High, 283, 852
  • Pithead Frames, 300
  • Pittsburgh Steel, 302
  • Planing Wood, Huut’s, 54
  • Plugs, Fusible, 0
  • Plymouth Implement Show, 32
  • Plymouth Show, The, 55
  • Pneumatlc Dispatch, 234,333
  • Pneumatic Dispatch in Berlin, 380
  • Pneumatic Railway to Holbjm. 130
  • Pneumatic Railway Under the Mcrsoy, 371
  • Polar Expedition, A, 113
  • Polytechnic Institution, 406
  • Polytechnic Society, Royal Cornwall, 167
  • Poutificial States, Tho, 68
  • Porter, Aveliug's Rope, 381
  • Portsmouth, Drainage of. 1G7
  • Potteries, Progre s iu the, 323
  • Power in Warehouses, Water, 149
  • Prague, New Bridge at, 283
  • Preece and Bedborough's Signalling, 421
  • Preservation of Wood, 69
  • Presses, Marshall’s, 350
  • Preston, Boiler Explosion near, 223
  • Priming, 355
  • Programme of Competition for Improvement ol Odessa, 193
  • Progress, Mechanical, 153
  • Projectiles, Mackay’s, 114
  • Propeller, A New Screw. 131
  • Propeller, The Screw. 6'
  • Propeller. Screw, 135
  • Propelling Gear, The Bigg. 150
  • Propulsion, 8crew, 219, 234, 251
  • Prosccutious According bo tho Chain Cable Act, 3S0
  • Prussia, Coal in, 139. 431
  • Prussian Railways, 204
  • Puddlers and thoir Masters, 431
  • Puddling Machine, 170
  • Puddling Machine, Lomut's, 229
  • Pulleys. Weston’s, 407
  • Pulping Machinery, Biddel.’s, 82
  • Pumps, Beruay’s Centrifugal, 50
  • Pumps, India-rubber Valves for, 131
  • Pumps, Newton’s, 148
  • Pumps, Slide Valves, 337
  • Pumps, Wilson’s, 115
  • Purifying Iron with Lead, 101
  • Pyrometers. 303
  • Pyrogallic Acid, Manufacture of, 230
  • Qualification, Professional, 335
  • Qualifications, Engineering, 321, 359, 370, 387, 405
  • Quarrying Machines, 205
  • Quarrying in Staffordshire, 51
  • Race. An Ocean, 192
  • Race, A Steamship, 1C4
  • Radiation, On, 52
  • Raft, Something Like a, 27
  • Rail Rolled ? Whoro was tho First, 371
  • Rails, Bessemer Steel, 229
  • Railway Accidents, Prevention of, 230
  • Railway Adventure, A. 192
  • Railway Bills, New, 366
  • Railway Business of tho Past SessioD, 19
  • Railway, The Ceylon, 85
  • Railway, Christmas. Traffic, 418
  • Railway, Ciudad-Real and Badajoz, 125
  • Railway Companies and Ironmasters, 250
  • Railway, Completion of the Ceulral Walos, 2.59
  • Railway, Dublin Trunk, Connecting, 262, 283
  • Railway, East Norfolk, 260
  • Railway, East and West Junction, 836
  • Railway Enterprise, Gigantic, 227
  • Railway Ferry Across the Channel, 427
  • Railway, Great Indian Peninsular, 392
  • Railway, Great Northorn, 301
  • Railway, Great Western and South Wales District, 292
  • Railway to India, 88, 1S6
  • Railway Intercommunication, 1,18
  • Railway Interest and the “ Saturday Roview," 73
  • Railway, Macclesfield and Buxton, 432
  • Railway, Tho London and North-Western, 337
  • Railway, The Mersey and Doloraine, 349
  • Railway under tho Mersey, Pneumatic, 371
  • Railway, The Metropolitan, 166
  • Railway, The Mont Cenis. 113
  • Railway, The Mortonhampstead, 216
  • Railway, The Pacific, 349
  • Railway, Panama, 281
  • Railway I’asscugers, 383
  • Railway Rates. 291
  • Railway Rates and the South Staffordshire Iron¬masters, 230
  • Railway Rolling Stock, 850
  • Railway, St. Ives, 216
  • Railway, The South-Eastern, 363
  • Railway, South-Eastern and Portsmouth, .302
  • Railway Suit, A Monster, 99
  • Railway, The Temporary Mont Cenis. 387
  • Railway Travelling. Metropolitan, 83
  • Railway Travelling nt Night, 59
  • Railways. Austro-Italian, 199
  • Railways, Ecouomic, 248
  • Railways, French, 168
  • Railways in India, 192
  • Railways, Indian, 131
  • Railways, Local, 30
  • Railways, Prussian, 204
  • Railways, Rate of Speed on, 125
  • Railways, Roman, 70
  • Railways in Russia, 353
  • Railways, Russian, 235
  • Railways and Telegraphs in Russia, S3
  • Railways, Traffic on Scotch, 346
  • Railways in War, 1S2
  • Raiuo’s Mortar Mills, 406
  • Rainfall, British, 870
  • Ramsbottom’s Steam Hammers, 336
  • Ramsbottom’s Steel and Iron, 265
  • Rams, Liverpool, 284
  • Rates, Railway, 291
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, 51
  • Rednal Catastrophe, Damages in the, 109
  • Reform, Railway Carriage. 255
  • Refining Patent Laws, 269
  • Refrigeration of Buildings, 420
  • Report on tho Nine Elms Explosion, Dr. Lothoby’s, 306
  • Reports, Engineers’, 373
  • Research, Tne, 20
  • Resistance of Insulators. Inductive, 186
  • Resistance of Water to Floating Bodies, 183
  • Rhondda Valley, Collieries in the, 327
  • Ribble, Navigation of the, 160
  • Rigg Propelltug Gear, Tho, 150
  • Right for Once, 21
  • Right of Property iD Thought, 205
  • Rights, Inventors, 335
  • Rivet Machinery, Peskett's, 70
  • Rock-bonng Machines, 355
  • Rock-sawing in Quarries, &-c., 2C6
  • Rogers on Pateut Law, Professor, 187
  • Rogers' Smoko-consuming Furnaces, 299
  • Rolling Mills, 24
  • Rolling Stock, Railway, 350
  • Roman Railways, 70
  • Roof in the World, The Largest Span, 59
  • Roofs, Decay of Wooden, 157
  • Root-lifting Machines, 205
  • Rouquayrol Diving Apparatus, 271
  • Routes, New Ocean Steam, 231
  • Russell on tho Atlantic Cable, Dr., 221
  • Russell’s Diary, Dr., Ill Russia, 307
  • Russia, Railways in, 353
  • Russia, Railways aud Telegraphs in, 83
  • Russian-American Telegraph, 287
  • Russian Monitors, The, 192
  • Russian Railways, 235
  • Russian Telegraphs, 191
  • Safety Valve, Nalder’s, 381
  • St. Ives Railway, 216
  • Sainty’s Hoes and Drills, 402
  • Sand Boxes for Locomotives, 374
  • Sanitary Couditiou of Now York, 50
  • “Saturday Review” on Patont Right, 191
  • “Saturday Review” and Railway Interest, Tho, 73
  • Sow Machinery, Parnacott’s, 230
  • Sawing Machinery, Mather's, 234
  • Saw, Child's Circular. 83
  • Scandinavian Exhibition, The, 266
  • Scheme, Imperial Railway, 270
  • Sciences, Academy of, 61
  • Sciences, The Occult, 392
  • Scientific Discusslot), 10
  • Scientific Wituesses, 55
  • Scotch Pig Iron, 82
  • Scotch Railway Dividends, 2C0
  • Scotland — Its Trade and Operations, 228, 244, 260, 2?6, 311, 327, 316, 364, 879, 397, 416, 432

Scottish Shipbuilders’ Association —

  • On Cleaning Iron Ships Afloat, by J. Harrison, 133
  • On the Differences between Lloyds’ and the Liverpool Underwriters’ Rules for Iron Ships, by John Ferguson, 116
  • Screw Propeller, A Now, 131
  • Screw Threads, On a Uniform System of, 64
  • Sculpture, Photo, 323
  • Sea, Fresh Water at, 333
  • Sea Water, Corrosion of Iron by, 121
  • Sea Water, Preservation of Iron in, 230
  • Sea Wator, Testing Dousity of, 3Ö
  • Sedley’s Bridges, 251
  • Serpentino. The, 299
  • Setting Slide Valves, 9S
  • Sewage, 17, 63
  • Sewage of Towns, SSO
  • Shareholders, Non-liability of, 7S
  • Sheffield Fan Accidout, 355, 337
  • Sheffield Roscrvoir Disaster, 47
  • Shearing Metals, laiing's, 9S
  • Shoathing, Cornish's Applying, 115
  • Shipbuilding on the Clyde, <6
  • Shipbuilding at Newport, 213
  • Ships, Coating Iron. 374
  • Ships’ Turrot, 34, 189
  • Shipton and Mitchell's Forging Machinery, 369
  • Shoes, Newton's, Makiug Horse, 801
  • Show, Plymouth Implement, 32
  • Show, Smithfield Club, 3S1, 425
  • Shufilebotliain’s Girders, 299
  • Siemens’ Regenerative Furnace, 219
  • Signal, Anderson’s Railway, 393
  • Signal. Self-acting Fog, 12
  • Signalling, Electric, 49
  • Signalling, Preoce and Bedborough’s, 421
  • Signals, Railway, 255
  • Siguals, Scarlet, 54
  • Signals, Tolhausen's, 149
  • Silver in California, 306
  • Silver, A Mountain of, 63
  • Simplification of Mechanical Appliances, 132
  • Slide Valves, Improvements in, 5, 85, 67, 165
  • Slide Valves, Setting. 93
  • Sloops of War, American. 279
  • Smithfiold Club Show, 381,425
  • Smoke-burning iu Manufacturing Furnaces, 191
  • Smoko Nuisance, The Copper, 364
  • Smoke Prevention at Sea, 87
  • Smoko Question in Wolverhampton, 243
  • Smoke, Suppression of Copper, &c., 112
  • Smoke Vomitorium, The, 336
  • Soap Trade, French, 159

Society of Arts:—

  • Researches in Metals and Alloys, by Dr. Calvert 339

Society of Engineers:—

  • South-Eastern Railway, Tho, 363
  • South Kensington Museum, 12, 27, 41,51,93,98,121, 157, 192, 224, 247, 266, 280, 29S, 305, 318, 360, 331. 403,432
  • South Wales Institute of Engineers, 40

South Wales Institute of Engineers:—

  • New Theodolite, H. D. ilcskold, 831
  • Spain, 353
  • Spain, Coal Mining in, 218
  • Spanish Railways, 7
  • Spanish Telegraphy, 61
  • Specifications, Construction of, 7, 22, 36, 52
  • Spectrum Analysis to Astronomical Observations, Application of the, 214
  • Speed for a Fully Laden Steamer, Most Profitable, 418
  • Speed on Railways, Rato of, 125 8peod at Sea, 26
  • Speeds, High Piston, 206, 219, 283, 352
  • Spoucer's Regulating Valves, 332
  • Spinning, Calvert’s, 51
  • Spinning Engines for Cotton. 30
  • Spinning Machinery, Barwick and Hartley's, 50
  • Spithead Forts, The, 560
  • Spratt's Fastening for Doors, 83
  • Springs in Graving Docks, 250
  • Staffordshire Coalfield, The South, 203
  • Staffordshire, Demand for Water in, 123
  • Staffordshire Ironmasters, Railway Rates and the South, 230
  • Staffordshire Iron Trade, North, 419
  • Staffordshire, Limestone Quarrying in, 51
  • Staffordshire, Potteries of, 101
  • Staffordshire, Strike in North, 131
  • Stauloy on Patent Rights, L>rd, 101
  • Station, Cannon-street Railway Bridge, 137
  • Station for the Great Eastern, 200
  • Station of the London and Brighton Railway, 153
  • Station of the Midland Railway, The Pancras, 230
  • Station, Midland Railway Goods, 195
  • Station of the London North-Western Railway, The Broad-street, 148
  • Statistics for 1804, Mineral, 134
  • Statue Weeping by Steam, 396
  • Steamboat Funnels, Paiut for. 135
  • Steamer, Most Profitable Speed for a Fully Laden, 413
  • Steam and Canvas, 340
  • Steam in Cylinders, Liquefaction of, 370
  • Steam on the Highway, 219
  • Steam Jets, 150
  • Steam, On the Law of Density of Saturated, 58
  • Steam, Wet, 237, 251
  • Steamship Race, A, 164
  • Steamships, Measurements of, 41
  • Steering Apparatus, Forbes’, 114
  • Steel for Boilers, Cast, 147
  • North Staffordshire Steel, Iron, and Coal Co|Steel, Iron, and Coal Company. North Staffordshire]], 326
  • Stool and Iron, Ramsbottom’s, 205
  • Steel, The Manufacture of Cast, 54, 173
  • Steel, Pittsburgh, 302
  • Steelworks in Austria, 163
  • Stone-breaker, Blake’s, 21
  • Strain from Ropes, Relieving, Gibson's, 420
  • Strength, Our Naval, 237
  • Strike in tho Birmingham Gun Trado. 291
  • Strike, End of tho North Staffordshire, 77, 7S
  • Strike in the Iron Trade, 51
  • Strike in North Staffordshire, 131
  • Strikes, On the Prevention of, 03
  • Suez Canal, Concrete for the, 350
  • Suez Canal, The, 199
  • Sugar per Aero, Yield of, 63
  • Sugar, Chinese, 148
  • Sugar Cultivation, 151.203
  • Sugar Machinery, 7, 37, 5>, 03, 101, 117, 132,150, 186, 267, 371
  • Sugar Manufacture, 12
  • Sugar Refinery, Explosion at a Bristol, 350
  • Sugar, Reynoso's Process 4?4
  • Superior, Iron Trade of Lake, 141
  • Suppression of Copper, <fec., Smoke, 102
  • Syphou, Drainage by, 166
  • Table Bay Harbour Works, 392
  • Tangyo r. Stott. 427
  • Taps Foster’s Scrow, 403
  • Target, Tho Hercules, 36
  • Target and 600-pounder Gun, The Hercules, 389
  • Taureau, Tho, 10
  • Telegraph to America, Overland, 17
  • Telegraph to the Antipodes, 27
  • Telegraph, Tho Atlantic, 55. 71, 87, 101, ISO, 300
  • Telegraph, Another Atlantic, 392
  • Telegraph Cables, 322. 357, 370, 404, 422
  • Telegraph Company, Tho Atlantic, 17, 137
  • Telegraph Company, International, 27
  • Telegraph Department, The, 419
  • Telegraph, French Linos of, 300
  • Telegraph, Hamburgh and Loudon, 210
  • Telegraph to India, 119, 315
  • Telegraph, The Indo-European, 3S0
  • Telegraph, Malta and Alexandria, 319
  • Telegraph, Russian-American, 287
  • Telegraph Tariff, Atlantic, 69
  • Telegraph, United States Pacific Railroad, 129
  • Telegraphic Convention, Continental, 431
  • Telegraphs, Director of Indian, 133
  • Telegraphs, French Coast, 147
  • Telegraphs, Government, 27
  • Telegraphs, Russian, 191
  • Telegraphy in Franco, 230
  • Telegraphy, Fronoit,S92
  • Telegraphy, The Pacific, 300
  • Telegraphy, Spanish, 51
  • Telegraphy, Submarine, 822, 823
  • Test for Boilers, Beard of Trade, 213, 215
  • Testing Apparatus, Boiler, 137
  • Testing Boilers, 267, 822
  • Testing Cables, 370
  • Testing Chains, 6, 23, 39. 52
  • Testing Density of Soa Water, 36
  • Testing Machines. Chain, 175
  • Testing Works, Kirkaldy 8. 341
  • Thames Embankment, The, 218
  • Thames, Report on the, 81
  • Theatre Royal, Proposed Holborn, 7S
  • Thermo-Electric Batteries, 11
  • Theory of Iron, New, 279
  • Thermo-dynamic and Metamorphic Functions, &C..403
  • Thermo-dynamics, On Second Law of, 245
  • Tires, Krupp’s Steel, 849
  • Tires of Railway Wheels, 207
  • Tires, Weldless, 200
  • Tobacco Machinery, Nowton’s, 303
  • Tolhausen’s Signals, 149
  • Tonnage Duos in Franco, 15
  • Torbite, 175
  • Torbito, Preparation of Peat as, 203
  • Torpedo, The, 184
  • Torpedoes in France, 319
  • Towns, Sewage of. 880
  • Trade, The Belgian Coal, 323
  • Trade, Belginu Iron, 296, 306
  • Trade of Birmingham, Small Arms, 207
  • Trade, Boston Steam Shipping, 212
  • Trade in Franco, 164
  • Trade Marks Protection Society, 397
  • Trade of New Brunswick, 371
  • Trade, North Staffordshire Iron, 419
  • Trade in Paris, 96
  • Trade, Strike iu the Birmingham Gun, 291
  • Trade, Strike in the Iron, 51
  • Trade and the United States, Railway Iron, 420
  • Trades, Deadly, 285
  • Transatlantic Stoain Communication, 147
  • Traffic, Railway, Christmas, 418
  • Train, Disabling a Railway, 138
  • Trains, Communicating iu, 125
  • Trains, Communicating in Railway, 4
  • Tramways, New Metropolitan, 432
  • Tredegar Colliery Explosion, The, 222
  • Tredegar Iron Co., Proceedings against, 275
  • Trent, The, 227
  • Trial of a New Cannon, 59
  • Trial of a Twin Screw Armour Vessel, 401
  • Trials, Large Gun, 405
  • Tribunal, Commerce and Arbitration, 327
  • Trowbridge, Miucral Oil at, 3S6
  • Tubes. Paper, 253
  • Tunnel, The Chicago. 121,147
  • Turbines r. Vertical Wheels, 357
  • Turkey, Ironclad for, 284
  • Turkish Government, Floating Workshop for the, 19
  • Turkish Ironclad, 184
  • Turntables, Jeffrey's, 86, 101
  • Turret not the Invention of Captaiu CVca, tho Revolv¬ing. 103
  • Turret Ships. 34,l'O
  • Twibill’s Boilers, 424
  • Twin Safety Carriage, 184
  • Tyler's Report on Railway Intercommunication. Cant 18 *
  • Underground Haulage. 4c„ by G. Fowler, 331
  • United Statos Pacific Railroad Telegraph, 12J
  • United States and tho Emory Trade, 100
  • Vale’s Pencil Case, 4?0
  • Valros, India-rubber, for Pumps, 131
  • Valves Spencer's Regulating, 232
  • Vehicles, Clark’s, 149
  • Ventilating tho House of Lords, 19
  • Vontilation, 109
  • Vessels, British Steam, 147
  • Vesuvius, Late Threatening of. 319
  • Viaduct, The Crumlin, 201, 243
  • Vienna Commission, The, 311

Visits to the Provinces—

  • Vomitorium, The Smoke 336
  • Vulcanised India-rubber Patent, The, 54
  • Wagon Company, Midland, 77
  • Wales and the Adjoining Counties, 213, 159, 275, 292 311, 327, 345, 304, 879, 397, 415, 431
  • Walls, On Retaining, 271, 305
  • Warden, The Lord. «8
  • Warehouses, Water-power in, 119
  • Warning, A, 336, 80S
  • Railway Wurfaro. 432
  • Water from Collieries, Raising, 4
  • Water, Schomes for tho Supply of, 407
  • Water at Sea, Kre-h, 338, 404. 422
  • Water in South Staffordshire, Demand for, 125
  • Water Supply, Liverpool, 224
  • Water Supply. Ixicouiotive, 39
  • Water Supply, Paris, 349
  • Wator to Towns, Supply o'. 422
  • Waterloo and Whitehall, 279
  • Waterworks nt Wisbeach, 228
  • Watt as a Humourist, 415
  • Walt Momorial, 30
  • Watt’s Lamp Burners. 93
  • Watt’s Workshop. 199
  • Waves, Britannia Has Coasod to Rule tho, 235
  • Weirs, River, 136
  • Well, Dupont’s Artesian, 228
  • Welsh Mining Districts. 114
  • Weston’s Pulleys, 407
  • Wet Steam, 237
  • Wilson’s Lubricators, 284
  • Wilson’s Pumps, 115
  • Wire Twisting, 20
  • Wisbeach Waterworks, 228
  • Wituoss System. Tho Scientific, £SS
  • Witnesses, Scientific, 55
  • Wolverhampton. Smoke Question in, 243
  • Wood, Death of Mr. Nicholas, 415
  • Wood, Preservation of, G9
  • Woodward’s Furnaces, 383
  • Wood Working Machinory for Now Zoalar.d, 100
  • Working Heavy Guns, 85
  • Workshops for tho Turkish Government, Floating, 19
  • Wreck Register and Chart lor 1304, 215
  • Wyvern, U.M.S., 231
  • Yorkshire, Petroleum in, 363
  • Zirconium, 82
  • Zinc Manufacture in Illinois, 302
  • Zopisso, 237

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