Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1897/11/19

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  • Contents, p501.

Main Subjects

  • American Armour Piercing Projectiles, p504.
  • British, French and German Armour, p493.
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, p492.
  • Contracts Open - City and County of Kingston-Upon-Hull Tramways, p505.
  • Cycles of Gas and Oil Engines - James D. Roots, (No. XI), the Brayton engine, p490.
  • Russia and the Turkish Fleet, p490.
  • Trials of Motor Vehicles, p507.
  • Velocity and Pressure of the Wind and its Measurement, p496.

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