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Coal-cutting machine, 499

Electric clock in the City, 147; railway signals, 421
Coinage, the gold, of Great Britain, 181; international, Electricity and telegraphy, 24, 66, 85, 101, 124, 145, 164
ABBEY MILLS pumping station, 109, 131 ; and machinery,

304, 321; silver, of Great Britain, 1; the English, of 203, 224, 245, 304, 346, 364, 444
1867, 42

Elevator gun platform, 409
149, 170
Colonial bridge, 269

Embankment of tidal lands, No. 1, 63; No. 2, 81
Abyssinian tube well, 344

Combustion under pressure, by Profossor Frankland, 227 Encroachment of the sea, 351
Abergele catastrophe, 161
Commercial code of signals, 113

Engino at Lloyd's paper inills, 413; six-horse power
Accidents in ironstono mines, 352

Communication between England and France, 442; be. "Paragon," 501
Addis' iron permanent way, 389
Aeronautical Society of Great Britain, 3, 33; exhibition, Compound of aniline colours, 414

tween drivers, guards, and passengers, 374, 463

Engineering papers, 263

Explosions, the causes of, in pouring liquid metal into
292

water, 374
American central-fire service cartridge, 162 ; imports, 49; Compressed fuel, 449 ; leather, 5
naval irregularities, 129; telegraphs, 333

Copcrete mixer, 371 ; Tall's apparatus for building in, 49 Exports of railway iron, 264

Condensers for preparing wool, 253
“ Ammonoosuc," the, 89

Couplings for boring tools, 133
Aneroids, experiments on, 362
Anglo-Mediterranean telegraph cable, 201, 281

Controlling the draught of water from constant supply

pipes, 208
Another meteor, 347
Apparatus for drying felted fabrics, 373: for lifting ships, Copper, electro-deposited, molecular condition of, 1; refin-

FARADAY'S Royal Institution apparatus, 174

ing, 47
352; for regulating the supply of gas to burners, 233

Fenby on hydraulic press valves, 48
Corn harvesting in wet weather, 9
Architects, Royal Institute of British, 5

Fire engine, new, trial of, 470; stoam, for Singapore, 13
Ardsley Oil Works, 330

Fireproof buildings, 454

CORRESPONDENCE:-
Armstrong, the late Robert, 94

Fletcher, James, jun., on Shaw and Justice's dead-stroko
Armour plate, new, 443

Abergele accident, J. Walker, 234

hammer, 227; L. E., report on the oconomy of fuel and

Aeronautical Society's exhibition, W.Quartermain, 33
Artillery experiments in America, 487

prevention of smoke, 106

Aurora borealis as a weather prognostic, D. P. Brown, Foreign exchanges and universal coinage, 82
Ashburnham explosion, 224

313
Atmospheric railway brake, 243, 290; resistance to shot,

Foremen Engineers, London Association of, 387

Boxer cartridge, H. W. Reveley, 294
352

Forge bellows, 293

Brook bracket and insulator, Mathew Gray, 313
Aurora borealis as a weather
prognostic, by M. Gladstone,

Frankland, Professor, on combustion under prossure, 227

Cameron, A., on the present condition and future pro-
226

Franz Joseph bridge at Prague, opening of, 3
spects of machine manufacture in Russia, 32

French Atlantic cable, 144, 479
Civil and Mechanical Engineers' Society, the President, Fulling machine, improved, 9
B.

393; B. Haughton, 55

Coating pipes, a subscriber, 214
BALANCING steam machinery, 252
Colliery explosions, R. Waygood, 502

G.
Balloon observations, 226; up in a, 361

Comparative trials of steam fire engines at Newcastle-
Baron Von Madler on changes of tho moon's surface, 254 on-Tyne, Shand, Mason and Co., 312

GARRARD'S mowing machine, 69
Barometrograph, the, 82

Engineering in Russia, J.O., 174
Barrett, W.F., on rectangular vibrations, 349

English and German societies of engineers, 153

Gas from bitumen, 322 ; referees and their qualifications,
Baxendell, J., on the supposed influence of the

223; referees and their instructions, 481; in Singapore,
moon,
247
Faraday's apparatus, John Tyndall, 234

347
Beetroot sugar, 122; in New South Wales, 249

Flying by steam power, James Parker, 354
Behrens' rotary engine, 291

Hastings drainage, James Rock, 134

Geological applications of photography, 202
Bellhouse's safety cage, 13

Hydraulics, H. H., 472

German North Pole expedition, 332
Bertram's petroleum oil store, 266

Hydraulic buffers, John Hanson, 415

Girders, effects of loads on, 323, 343, 402, 463

Gladstone, M., on the aurora borealis, 226
Blast furnaces, improved tuyero, 31

Ignition of mines, torpedoes, &c., A. de B., 375, 393
Boilers, cast steel and wrought-iron, 25

Irish mail collision, U.J. Richardson, 231

Glass works of Venice and Murano, 132, 174
Boiler explosions, 191, 309

Joynson's mechanic's and student's guide in the design-

Gold and silver, 407, 444
Bottled sunshine, 321

ing and construction of general machine gearing, 496

Goods engine for the Great Northern Railway, 190;
Bourbon's flexible tube machine, 148

Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society, 496

stations, 203
Jones's furnace, David Jones, 414

Government Telegraph Bill, 43; tests for boiler platos, 121
BOOKS, NOTICES OF,
Laws of telegraphy, R. S. W., 473

Grain-drying apparatus, by Milburn and Co., 8

Grantham, R. B., on the broads of East Norfolk, 207
Atchley's civil engineers and contractors' price book, Light-condensing tubes, G. J. Gunther, 355

* Great Eastern," another, 452 i
303

London labour, J.G. Winton, 355
Bauerman's, H., treatise on the metallurgy of iron, 83

Green's patent steam boiler, 344

Manufactory of watch glasses, H. W. Reveley, 455
Baruchson on beetroot sugar, 122

Millstones, H. W. Reveley, 294

Guns, gunnery, and the gun factory, 87
Bourne's examples of modern steam, air, and gas Major Auson's committee, and the gun factory, H. W.

Gunpowder plot, 266; preparation of, with picrate of
engines, 41, 303, 496
Reveley, 153

potash, 381; white, 101
Box's practical treatise on heat, as applied to the useful Murray's treatise on marine engines, Robert Murray,
arts, 482

234; E. Nugent, 435
Burgh, N. P., on modern screw propulsion, 45, 303; on Ocean telegraphy, Willoughby Smith, 73, 334; W.

H.
the slide valve, 303, 496

Rowett, 55, 73, 94, 134, 294
Dobson on the manufacture of bricks and tiles, 304

Paris excursion committee, J. T. Dexter, 134

HANCOCK'S screw propeller, 221
Hall's treatise on the mechanical means by which vessels Parr and Strong's patent, Parr and Strong, 312

Harcourt, A. V., on the rate at which chemical actions
are propelled by steam power, 45
Powdered mica, A. B., 483

take place, 46
Hoare's slide rule, and how to to use it, 44

Puckett on sciography, 496

Heat, 482
Hughes' principles and practice of photography, 84 Purification of the Clyde, John G. Winton, 334

Heaton's direct steel process, 341
Humber's record of the progress of modern engineering, Railway accidents, E. Robb, 294

Heaton's steel-converting apparatus, 350
44; W., handybook on strains of girders, 424
Railway collisions, C. M. Kernot, 274

Horizontal Corliss engine, 410; engine, 269; non-con-
Iron shipbuilding, with illustrations, by J. Grentham, 44 Relief of London street traffic, J. Dyer, 394

densing engines, 390
Kingham on photography, 284

Report or the American commissioner of patents, 495

Howard's galvanic battery, 389; safety boiler, 367
Lyell's principles of geology, 83

Safety lock sash fastener, J. Lloyd, 113

Hughes on photography, 84
Northcott on lathes and turning, 123

Safety of our collieries, H. W. Reveley, 472

Hydraulic brick press, 329; buffers, 372; clock, 309;, lift,
Natural philosophy, the phenomena of, 4
Sewage chemically treated, J. G. Winton, 73

the Le Beuf, 26; press valves, by D. B. Fenby, 48
Plummer's story of a blind inventor, Dr. Gale, 83

Solar heat, H. Saloway, 472

Hydrostatic sluice gate, 483
Reed, E, J, on shipbuilding in iron and steel, 403, 423 Street tramways, H. Bright, 234
Report on the munitions of war at the Paris exhibition Suggestions on the defence of fortresses, G. J. Gunther,
to the United States Government, 84
273, 333, 472

I.
Royal Agricultural Society's journal, 103

Town refuse, J.G. Winton, 84, 113
Sandrin's, C., treatise on steel, 424

Tidal flushing, J. G. Winton, 13

IGNITION point of explosives, 242
Timbs' notable things of our own time, 103

Working guns, Jy Walker, 472

Improvements in brushes, 347
Urbin's practical guide for puddling iron and steel, 83 Cotton fibre, constituents of, by Dr. E. Schunck, 209 Indelible drawing ink, 347
Watts' dictionary of chemistry, 88
Cranes, wrought-iron, 23

Inkstand, rotatory, 499
Wright's, R. P., elements of plane geometry, 424
Crossing the Channel, 881

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 86, 105; Naval
Breech-loader, side-action, 346

Crossley's self-registering electrical anemometer, 282 Architects, 201
Breech-loading shot gun, 333
Curious invention, &, 47

Instruments used at the Royal Observatory at Greonwich,
Brick-making machinery, by C. H. Murray, 108; now Currency, alterations in foreign, 303

323
method of, 249

Insulating electriz conductors, 414
Bridge centreing, 251, 269; Franz Joseph, opening of, at

Ironclad fleet, the, 27, 301: ships, the rolling of, 401
Prague, 3; a new swivel, at Bristol, 362

D.

Ironclace under fre, 232
British Archeological Association, 106; army, statistics

Irun, the manufacture of, by I. Jonos, 225; manufacture on
for 1866, 412; Association, 7, 121, 125, 145, 165, 183;
DANGEROUS shoal, 452

Lake Superior, 155
'coinage, 434; Imperial Insurance Corporation, 346
Broads of East Norfolk, by R. B. Granthan, 207
Darling's, W. H., researches on di-methyl, 6

Italian reilways, 4:))
Burglar-proof safe, 366

Detached gravity escapements, by H. Kerr, 248
Dircks, H., on patent monopoly, 205

J.
Dorsett's petroleum furnace, 69, 301, 369
C.
Doty's lighthouse lamp, 352

JACKSON'S zas furnaco, 248
Double-action pump, 370

Jeffrey'9-side-action breech-loader, 346
CANAL navigation, 101
Drilling machine at the Hoosac tunnel, 112

Jcinicg wires, new method, 42
Cast-steel and wrought-iron boilers, 25
Dunn's stationary fire protector, 373

Jonas, I., on the manufacture of iron, 225
"Cerberus," turret ship, 472
Dunwich and Zandvoort cable, 181

Jones's patent furnace, 333
Chaff-cutter, a new, 93

Dutch monitor, the, “De Stier," 229
Chalmers' target, a new, 163

Dyer, J. C., notes on the laws of physical forve, 126
Chuisdepot bullet, 292; rifle, new, 173
Dynamite, 41, 246

K.
Chathum dockyard extension works, 409
Chemical actions, the rate at which they take place, by A

KENDALL'S atmospheric railway brake, 290
V. Harcourt ,M.A., 46

E.

Kendall, W., improved locomotive engine, 29
Cheyney, J. S., on the Chladni plates, 353

Kendrick's improvements in steam boilers 385
Chimney at the West Cumberland Tomatito Iron Works, EARTHQUAKE in England, 361
429

Eastbourne Gas Company, 483
Civil Engineers, Institution of, 6, 25, 387, 431, 446, 486
Civil and Mechanical Engineers' Society, 7, 362
Eclipse, the great preparations for photographing, 123 ;

L.
the great photographing of, 263
Clork, Col. V., on hydraulic buffers, 372
Economy of fuel and provention of smoke, 106

LAMP for use under wator, 173

T.

Latham's sewage distributor, 352
Novel railway, 229

Screwing machine, 347
Lathes and turning, 123

Naval, military and gunnery items, 14, 33, 55, 73, 95, 114, Siemens' furnace applied to the manufacture of cast stool,
Launch of the great floating dock for Bermuda, 192

134, 154, 175, 194, 214, 235, 255, 274, 295, 314, 334, 355, 375, 33
Leather, compressed, 5

394, 415, 435, 455, 473, 488

Self-acting steam striker, 346
Lecoq's ticket-cutting machine, 102

Self-lubricating steam packing, 449
Lenk's process of purifying sewage, 69

Separating animal from vegetable substances, 292
Library and museum of the Commissioners of Patents, 30

O.

Shaw and Justice's patent dead-stroke hammer, 227
Light, brilliant experiments on, by Professor Tyndall, 441

Shipbuilding in iron and steel, 403, 423
Liquid fuel for iron manufacture, 454
OCEAN telegraphy, 27

Ships of war, uniformity of speed in, 61
Liquid fuel, 241
Omicial weather wisdom, 443

Shoeburyness, recent gunnery experiments at, 2, 21
Livingstone, Dr., 322
Ornamentation of iron castings by brassing, coppering, Silver coinage of Great Britain, 1

Silliman, B., on the mastodon in California, 72
Locomotive engine, improved, by W. Kendall, 29

and bronzing, 234
London Association of Foremen Engineers, 27, 112 470
Oscillating or variable eccentric motion, 51

Six-ton portable steam crane, 428
London and County Bank, 129

Skilled labour in America, 72
Optics, 495
Looms, Rossetter's improvements in, 501

OBITUARY

Small-arm cartridge competition, 141
Lubricating spindles of spinning machines, 313

Smithfield Club Show, 479, 461
Barton, W. Henry, 200, 174

Soane river, inundation of the, 9
Robertson, John, 488

Social Science Association, 89, 291
LEGAL INTELLIGENCE.

Society of Engineers 22, 142, 366, 391, 465, 497

P.
EDMUNDS v. Greenwood, 393, 435

"Spartan," the launch of, 409
* Great Eastern," 255, 314 435

Standards commission, report of, 204
Hoffman v. Postill, 374
PADDLE engines of the " Berbice," 311

Steam flro engine for Buenos Ayres, 229: fire engines for
Greenwood v. Ripley, 13, 73, 91
Panteles umbrella, 482

H.M. dockyards, 107; flre enginos, competitive trial of,
Haddan v. Fox and others, 488
Paris, improvements in, 183

267; dredging machine on the Clyde, 269; fire engine for
In re Bertram's patent,
Parkhead forge, 54

Singapore, 13; fire engine for Mulhouse, 69; Jaunch for
Moxon v. Bright, 414
Parr and Strong's patent uilding tubes, 285

the Sultan of Turkey, 383; on street railways, 452; pump,
Piggott v. the Anglo-American Telegraph Company, 212 Parsons' gun, 222, 243, 367

" Paragon," 501
Patent friction clutch, 412; laws, the, 192; monopoly, by Storms, the late, 387

H. Dircks, 205; office, library, and museum, 21, 89 Strap or band fastener, 333
M.
Peet valve, 390

Street railways, 45t; tramways, 102; siguals, Bridge-street
Pennsylvania steel works, 353

Westminster, 498
MACHINERY for manufacturing nails and spikes, 452;
Permanent way of different countries, 127

Suez canal, 187
for polishing shot and shell, 292; making shot and Petroleum furnace, Dorsett's, 69, 301 344; oil store, Ber- Sulpbur, production of, in Italy, 253
shells, 273; for turning chilled rolls, 250

tram's, 266

Syphons, sinking, in the river Seine, 222
Machine for preparing slivers for spinning, 128; for un- Phosphorescence of bodies, 43
weaving silk and other rags, 209

Photography, 383, 361, 497
Manufacture of cast steel and homogeneous iron, 129; of Photographs on gelatine, 143

bricks, tiles, and retorts, 252; cylindrical metal cases, Photographic lenses, 312
213 ; iron castings, 352 ; soda and potassa, 125; strip Physical force, notes on the laws of, J.C. Dyer, 126
Phototype process, 483

TALL'S art of building in concrete, 49
iron for boiler tubes, 71
Manufactory of watcu glasses, a, 434
Physique, Les Phenomenes de la, 4

Tank system of drainage at Hastings, 89
Manchester Institution of Engineers, 406; Boiler Associa- Pickering pulley block, 353

Tarr's machine for polishing shot and shell, 293

Technical education on the Continent, 382
tion, 30, 113, 212, 446 502 ; Literary and Philosophical Pittsburg and its manufactures, 232
Platinized mirrors, 141

Telegraphic banquet, the last, 67; statistics, 483
Society, 412
Man engines, Devon Gt. Cousols Mine, 211
Ploughing and traction engine, 431

Telegraphs in India, 262, 302, 324, 382 ; in South Australia,

470
Marine boilers, the deterioration of, 51; engine, by Polytechnic Institution, 332, 497; prizos, 409
William Macnab, 88 ; velocipedes, 207
Pontoon for Bombay, 113

Templar's patent sash fastener, 208
Mastodon in California, by B. Silliman, 72
Portland cement, 464

Testing rolled plate iron by magnetism, 414; steam onginos,

452
Portsmouth fortifications, 32
Meat, manufacture of extract of, 502
Printing in France, 333

Thames embankment, 90
Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, 384
Prizes at the Leicester show, 109; for improved meat and

Thirion's double-action pump, 370
Melbourne, the birthday of, 373
Messant's concrete mixer, 371

milk vans, 407

Thompson's road steamer, 271
Meteorological office, 242
Proof of converted guns, 369

Ticket-cutting machine, 102
Proposed harbour of refugo and oyster pits in the Firth of Tidal waves at the antipodes, 470
Meteor, the recent, 332
Meteoric shower, 404

Forth, 347

Tin, reducing, for coating metals, 91
Milburn's grain-drying apparatus, 8
Prospects of the engineering profession, 432, 446

Torbay iron oxide paint, 267

Tooth's system of boiling sugar, 337
Military arm of the future, 342 ; and colonial cart, 472 ; Puddling iron, on, by C. W. Siemens, 206
monument at Quincy, 67
Pulley for ships' blocks, 233

Tramways in Holland, 252; metropolitan, 470
Millwall shield, 62, 242
Punched steel railway axles, 444

Trial of a steam pinnace, 245

Trinidad petroleum, 261
Minerals and metals, 427
Mining in Victoria, 224

Tuyere, improved, for blast furnaces, 31
Moon, its supposed influence, by J. Baxendell, 247

Q
Moon's surface, on changes of the, by Baron Von Madler,
254
QUEEN'S prize, the, 89

U.
Molecular condition of electro-deposited copper, 1; in- Quekett Microscopical Club, 5, 89
fluence upon light, 24

UNITED States assay omice in New York, 52
Monitor “De Tigre," 28; “Glatton" and ram "Hotspur,"

Uniformity of speed in ships of war, 61
161

R.

Utilization of storm waters in France, 162
Mont Cenis railway traffic arrangements, 25
Moss rubber inking roller, 109

RAILWAY disasters from petroleum, 286
Mowing machine, Garrard's, 69

Rails, double and single, 362
Murray, C. H., brick-making machinery, 108

V.
Railway events of next week, 244; movement in America,
Museum of trade and industry, 92
Mutations of imponderable elements, notes on, by J. C. Rainiall in the British Isles, 182

54; eignals, 81

VARLEY'S patent boiler feeder, 359
Dyer, 12
Rain-gauge experiments, 222

Valve, a new, 88
Myer's patent water meter, 434
Miscellanea, 14, 34, 55, 74, 95, 114, 134, 154, 175, 194, 214, Rectangular vibrations, 349
Recent gunnery experiments at Shoeburyness, 2, 21 Vegetable hair, 133

Venetian glass, 94
235, 256, 275, 295, 314, 335, 355, 373, 394, 415, 436, 456, 473
Researches on di-methyl, by William H. Darling, 7

Ventilation of large balls, 92
488
Richards' throttle valvo, 353

Ventilating millstones, 192
Ritle, the Walker-Money, 31

Ventilator, Archiniedian screw, the, 499
N.

Rigg, A., on the screw propeller, 288

Road locomotives, 221
NAPIER, Sir Charles, monument to, 387
Rogers' projectile, anchor block, and rove rope, 129

W.
Narrow gauge railway, 318

Rolling stock, No. I., 261; No. II., 281
Naval prize money, 125
Royal Agricultural Show at Leicestershire, 25, 61, 45, 85;

WALKER-MONEY breech-loading rife, 31
Navy, the, 125

Astronomical Society, 426; Botanic Society, 153, {49;

Warehouse door in Cannon-street, 368
Newark breech-loading rifle, 133

Cornwall Polytechnic Institution, 286; Horticultural

Water ballast roller, 483
New explosive compounds, 252; French river steamers, Society, 369; Polytechnic Institution, 153

Waterproof paper or glazed fabrics, 127
208; method of bolting tubes togetber, 122; Metropolitan

Russian timber bureau, 425; timber constructions, 405 Weights and measures for India, 71
Meat and Poultry Market, 421, 419, 465; Russian rail-

White gunpowder, 101
way, 189; steam hoist, 266 ; steam ronte, 71; clack valve,

Whitworth gun, 421, 441
S.

Wilder's magnetic telegraph, 329
Nitro-glycerine, 2

Wilson's patent locomotive cotton press for India, 805
Notes on our navy, 243; on scientific discoveries, and their SAFETY cage, Bellhouse's, 12

Wimbledon, 1868, 62
practical applications, 5, 46, 67, 124, 164, 183, 203, 306, Salmon for New Zealand, 49

Wreck register and chart for 1867, 306
364, 404, 426
Science and art, 127

Wrought-iron cranes, 23

a, 499

...

ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOL. XX.

Abbey Mills pumping station, 130, 131, 149, 150, 151, 170, Girdors, effects of loads on, 323, 343

Nowark breech-loading rino, 183
171; pumping machinery, 110 and 111

Goods engine for the Great Northern Railway Company,
Ardsley Oil Works stills, 330

190, 191
Army dlter van for India, 445

Grain-drying apparatus, by Mossrs. Milburn and Co., 8 Oscillating paddle engines of the “ Borbico," 311
Apparatus for averting railway accidents, 234; for drying
felted fabrics, 373; for regulating the supply of gas to

Panteles umbrella, 482
burners, 233

Hancock's screw propeller, 221
Archimedean screw ventilator, 499

"Paragon" steam pump, 500
Haworth's system of street railways, 453
Atmospheric railway brake, 290

Parr and Strong's building tubes, 286
Heaton's steel converting apparatus, 350

Patent friction clutch, 411
Horizontal combined engine at the London Jute Works, Petroleum oil stove, 265

230, 231; Corliss engine, 410; engine, 268; non-con- Pickering's pulley block, 353
Barometrograph, the, 82

densing engines, 390
Behren's rotary engine, 291
Bellhouse's safety cage, 13
Howard's galvanic battery, 389

Ploughing and traction engine, 430

Projectile anchor and rove rope, 128
Hydraulic brick press, 329; buffers, 372; clock, 308; lift, Pulley for ships' blocks, 233
Benthall's water supply apparatus, 208

the Le Bouf, 26; press valves, by J. B. Fenby, 48
Blake'a new stone crusher, 68
Blowing engine at the Langloan Iron Works, 50, 81

Hydrostatic sluice gato, 488
Boiler explosions at iron works, 308

Retorts, settings of, 365
Breech-loader, side-action, 345

Reveley's 10-inch gan, 163
Ignition of mines and torpedoes, 375

Richards' throttle valve, 353
Brick-making machinery, by C. A. Murray, 108

Road steamer, Thompson's, 271
Bureau of the Russian Commissioner at the Paris Exhibi- Improved tugere for blast furnaces, by C. B. Hodge, 31
Inglis, the, gun carriage, 407

Rotatory inkstand, 499
tion, 425

Instruments used at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, Rossetter's improvements in looms, 501
Burglar-proof safe, 365

323

Russian timber constructions, 405
Iron permanent way, by W. J. Addis, 388
Chati cutter, a new, by Richmond and Chandler, 93
Chassepot rifle, new, 173

Safety lock sash fastener, 113
Chatham Dockyard extension works, 408
Jones' patent furnace, 333

Screwing machine, 348
Colonial bridge, 268

Shaw and Justice's dead-stroke hammer, 198
Combined traction engine and portable crane, by Aveling

Siemens' furnace, 53
and Porter, 70, 71
Kondall's, W., improved locomotive, 29

Six-ton portable steam crane, 428, 433
Concrete mixer, 371, 372
Kendrick's combination high pressure steam boiler, 385

Six-horse power “ Paragon " engine, 500
Condensers for preparing wool, by Mossrs. Carter and

Steam dredging machine on the Clyde, 270, 271 ; hoisting
Lisle, 253

apparatus, by A. Jackson, 248
Couplings for boring tools, 133
Latham's sewage distributor, 853

Street signals, 498
Crossley's self-registering eloctrical anemometer, 282

Locomotive cotton press for India, 305; engine, improved,

by W. Kendall, 29
Lubricating spindles, arrangement for, 313

Targets, experimental at Shoeburynoss, 10, 11
Detached gravity escapement, by H. Kerr, 248, 249

Taylor's, S. I., arrangement for lubricating spindles, 318
Diagrams of the screw propeller, by A. Rigg, 288

Templar's patent sash fastener, 113
Distance-measuring telescope, 407

Machine for making cylindrical metal casos, 213; for Temple steamboat pier and landing stage, Thamos Em-
Door of warehouse in Cannon-street, 368

polishing shot and shell, 293; for preparing slivers for bankment, 90, 91
Double-action pump, 370

spinning, 128; for unweaving silk and other rags, 209 Ticket-cutting machine, by M. Locoq, 102
Dunn's stationary Are protector, 373

Machinery for making shot and shell, 273; for manufac- Travelling steam hoist, Kittoe and Brotherhood, 265

turing nails and spikes, 453; for turning chilled rolls, Tubulous boiler, Green and Son, 345

250
Electric railway signals, 422

Man engine, Devon Great Consols Mine, 211
Elevator gun platform, 408
Marine engine, by W. Macnab, 89

Valve, & new, 88
Engine at Lloyd's paper mills, 413
Medlock improvements, 468, 469

Varley's patent boiler foeder, 388
Millwall shield, 62

Ventilating millstones, by M. Cabanos, 193
Monitor “De Tygre" for the Dutch Government, 28
Flexible tube machine, 148

Myers's patent water meter, 433
Fulling chine, by E. Gessner, 8

Walker-Money breech-loading rifle, 81

Water ballast road roller, 484; supply controlling appe.
New method of joining wires, 42; method of bolting tubes ratus, by E. H. Benthall, 203
Garrard's mowing machine, 68

together, 122; Metropolitan Meat Market, 448, 471, 450, Wilder's magnetic telegraph, 898
Gossner's, M. E., fulling machine, 8

451, 466, 485

Wind engine, sell-regulating, 65

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