Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1894/01/19

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Pdf50.jpg 1894 January 19th PDF

Main Subjects

  • Boughton Telephotos, p046.
    • United Service Institution.
  • British and French Navies and Carrying Trade, 1840-1874-1893, p054 (Table).
  • Campbell Vertical Gas Engine, p053 (Illustrated).
  • Carnot and Modern Heat - Oliver Lodge, (No. III), p041.
  • Coal Shipments and Eports, p048.
  • Competitive trail of Steel Armour at Texel, p044 (Illustrated).
  • Death, p051.
  • Differences Between American and Foreign Locomotives, p057.
  • Water Tube Boilers, (No. II), p041.

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