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PAGB Inorganic Chemistry, .

PROFS. DUPRE AND HAKE,

70 Analysis,

PROF. HUMBOLDT SEXTON,

70 Chemical Engineering,

DR. J. GROSSMANN,

46 Chemistry,

BLOUNT AND BLOXAM,

46, 71 Foods and Poisons,

A. WYNTER BLYTH,

72 Tables for Chemists,

PROF. CASTELL-EVANS,

79 Dairy Chemistry, &c.,

H. D. RICHMOND,

73 Milk, .

E. F. WILLOUGHBY,

73 Agricultural Chemistry,

H. INGLE,

73 Flesh Foods,

C. A. MITCHELL,

72 Practical Sanitation,

DR. G. REID,

78 Sanitary Engineering,

F. WOOD,

78 Sewage Treatment,

DUNBAR AND CALVERT,

76 Lessons on Sanitation,

J. W. HARRISON,

78 Technical Mycology,

LAFAR AND SALTER,

74 Soil Bacteria, .

J. CLARK,

73 Ferments; and Toxines,

C. OPPENHEIMER,

74 Brewing, .

DR. W. J. SYKES,

75 Trades’ Waste,

W. NAYLOR,

76 Smoke Abatement,

WM. NICHOLSON,

76 Cements,

G. R. REDGRAVE,

76 Handbook for Cement Works' Chemists, F. B. GATEHOUSE,

76 Clayworkers' Handbook,

75 Peat, .

BJÖRLING AND GISSING,

75 Water Supply,

R. E. MIDDLETON,

77 Road Making,

Thos. AITKEN,

79 Gas Manufacture, .

W. ATKINSON BUTTERFIELI,

77 Acetylene,

LEEDS AND BUTTERFIELD,

77 Fire and Explosion Risks,

DR. SCHWARTZ,

77 Petroleum,

SIR BOVERTON REDWOOD, .

61 (Handbook), .

THOMSON AND REDWOOD, .

61 Ink Manufacture, .

MITCHELL AND HEPWORTH,

81 Paper Technology,

R. W. SINDALL, .

75 Glue, Gelatine, &c.,

Thos. LAMBERT,

81 Leather Trades Chemistry,

S. R. TROTMAN, ·

81 Oils, Soaps, Candles,

WRIGHT AND MITCHELL,

71 Lubrication and Lubricants,

ARCHBUTT AND DEELEY,

32 India Rubber, .

DR. CARL 0. WEBER,

81 Rubber Goods Manufacture,

HEIL AND ESCH,

81 Colour Manufacture,

ZERR, RÜBENCAMP, MAYER,

80 Painters' Colours, Oils, &c.,

G. H. HURST,

80 Painters' Laboratory Guide,

80 Painting and Decorating, .

W. J. PEARCE,

80 Manual of Dyeing,

KNECHT AND RAWSON,

82 Dictionary of Dyes,

RAWSON AND GARDNER,

82 The Synthetic Dyestuffs,

CAIN AND THORPE,

82 Spinning, .

H. R. CARTER,

83 Cotton Weavers' Handbook,

H. B. HEYLIN,

83 Textile Printing,

SEYMOUR ROTHWELL,

.: 83 Textile Fibres of Commerce,

W. I. HANNAN, .

83 Dyeing and Cleaning, .

F. J. FARRELL,

84 Bleaching, Calico-Printing,

GEO. DUERR,

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A SHORT MANUAL OF
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY,

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AND WILSON HAKE, Ph.D., F.I.O., F.C.S.,

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