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Martini-Henry rifle, the, W., 139

Fixed steam engine of 10-horse power, Underhill's, 207 Green and Son's, 387; cottages for miners and agrí.
Mint in Parliament, the, A Traduced Coiner, 86
Floating dry dock, Morell's steam sailing and, 96

cultural labourers, 164; hydro-pneumatic safe, 28; ink
Ordinary tip waggons, chilled wheels for, C.E., 230 Floyd's apparatus for clearing the surface of rails of stand, Hancock's, 245; means of propelling vessels
Ozokerit, A. do B., 230, 247; One of the Patentees, 266 sand, 12

Tyrer's, 333; metallic packing, Fairlie's, 258; mode of
Portland cement, the inventor of, X., 302
Food, the sanitary influence of, 380

cleaning the tubes of vertical boilers, 384 ; permanen;
Retirement of Mr. Reed, the, Assoc. I. N. A., 50
Foreign mints, reports on, 380

way of railways, Morris's, 114 ; pianoforto action, 315
Safety valves to steam boilers, Ignoranius, 13
Fortifications of Paris, the, 335

rotary pump and water pressure engine, Cooke's, 171
Ship's anchor stock and fluko, W. W. Kiddle, 13 ; com- France, the Whitworth gun in, 136

rotary engine, Hall's, 135; sea messenger, Black's, 299;
pass, a steady, W. W. Kiddle, 13; pumps, working, Free libraries, Manchester, 424

sewing machine, 65; screw carriage and waggon jaek,
W. W. Kiddle, 32

Freeman's apparatus for moving railway carriages into Ball's, 6; screw steering apparatus, Jackson Brothers,
Stoam boilers, second-hand, H. Hiller, 446
stations, &c., 137

shifting gear for chaff cutters, 81; shingling hammer,
Utilising vegetable Abres, A. Dembinsky, 479

French guomaker's opinion of the Martini-Henry rifle, Head's, 63; steam traction ongine, 173 ; steam water
Zinc for galvanic batteries, James Howard, 67
117; Atlantic cablo, repairing the, 365

heater, Mack's, 186; system of railways, Tiranoff's, 62;
Creation of gold, the, 452, 471
Frot machines, cutting wood by, 192

tenoning and mortising machine, Jelley, Son, and Jones,
Croydon, Irrigation Farming Company, limited, the, 97; Frigates, light, 217

425; tool or cutter for planing, rabbeting, and sawing
visit of the Society of Engineers to, 219
Fuel, liquid, 12

wood, Llewellyn's, 227.
Crystal Palace, tho, 30), 543
Furnace for the fusion of minerals, Metzall's, 211

Improvements in apparatus for puddling iron, Ponsard's
Crusher, Hancock's improved bone, 99

Furnaces and boilers, Hopkinson's improvements in, 330 188; in apparatus for regulating the flow of water,
Currency of Japan, trade and, 326, 34t; English silver, Fusion of minerals, Metcalf's furnace for the, 211

Chameroy's, 191 ; in axle-boxes for carriage and cart
273
Future, Japan and its, 184

wheels, Partridge's, 459 ; in Bessemer's steel, American
Cut flower packing case, 479

169; in breech-loading firearms, Zeller's, 206; in boiler
Cutting wood by fret machine, 192 ; and paring metals,

fittings, Bailey's, 260; in clips or shears, 281; in the
409

G.

construction of ships, Wilkins's, 314; in double furrow
Cuttor for planing, rabboting, and sawing wood, Llewel-

ploughs, Woofe's, 169; in dry earth closets, 29, 300;
lyn's improved, 227
GALES, easterly, 317

in firearms, Tranter's, 98; in fireplaces or stoves,
Gallery, the Grosvenor, 102

Pritchett's, 243; in furnacos and boilers, Hopkinson's,
Galloway's patent new motive power, 134

330; in gas moters, Walker's, 134; the Holborn Valley,
D.
Gamgee's method of preserving meat, 103

25; hulling grain, Brown and Polson's, 332; in the,
Garden hose nozzle, Barton's, 443

manufacture of stockings and other looped fabrics,
DAMP dwellings, 866

Gas moters, Walkor's improvements in, 134; refereos on Keely's,, 851; Metropolitan, 38; in moving heavy guns,
Dams, rolative economy of cofior, 379

tho sulphur question, the, 147, 164; regulator, Strodo's,

Brown's, 224; in operating the dampers of steam
Dankb'o rotary puddler, 194

889

boilers, Brusch's, 333; in optical apparatus. 132; in
Darien expedition, the, 86
Gasworks, the Bockton, 112; of Paris and the siege, the,

pianofortos, 280; in propellers, Keppler's, 295 ; in
Davidson's drawing for carpenters and joiners, 58

207; private, 46

pressing hops, grains, &c., Pontifex and Son's, 224; in
Defences, our, 91; Paris and its, 335; our coast–Ports-Gatling battery gun in England, the, 329; mitrailleuse, railway axlo-boxes, Beuther'e, 848 ; in railway construc-
mouth, 253
the American, 152

tion, 146; in separating silver from ores, Claudet's, 205;
Dennison and Teall's improvements in steam engines, Gauge, railway, 253

in slide valves Smart's, 260; in steam engines, Dennison
188
Gear for chaff cutters, South well's improved, 81

and Teall's, 188; in steam engines, Wilson's, 439; in
Description of the rock salt mines and salt manufacture Gems and precious stones, 423

treating fibros, 258; in treating iron ores, 242; in
in Cheshire, 7
Geography, influence of science on physical, 112

water motors and mode of lining cylinders, Pocock's'
Diamonds at the Cape of Good Hope, 271, 421
German North Pole expedition, the, 336

422.
Difficulties, patent, 133
Germany, the cable system of river navigation in, 391

Immoralities of the truck system, the, 391
Direct-acting stoam pump, Baumann's, 257, 371
Gilded needles, 264

Imperishablo timber, selecting, 11
Directory for the City of London, a, 194
Glass, the manufacture of plate, 293

India, the mineral wealth of, 120; public works in, 308 ;
Double-furrow ploughs, Woofe's improvements in, 169
Gold,'the creation of, 452; and silver coins of the realm, Industries of Prussia, the, 302

public works department of, 418
Draughtsmen, mechanical, 165

standards for testing the purity and weight of, 363
Drawing for carpenters and joiners, Davidson's, 58 Goole alum works' chimney, 207

Inexpensive photographic lenses, 148
Dredging machine, Gwynne's, 463
Government and the Factory Act, the, 489

Influence of food, the sanitary, 380; science on physical
Dressing and finishing leather, Priestman and Son's Governor, Bourne's spherical steam engine, 209; engine, geography, 112
apparatus for, 423

Tangye's high speed, 83

Inkstand, Hancock's improved, 245
Drill, the Burleigh rock, 102

Grain, Brown and Polson's improvements in hulling, 332 Inspoction of steam boilers, 23
Dry dock, Morell's steam sailing and floating, 96
Gra vitating wire rope tramways, Palmer's, 27

Institute, Iron and Steel, 19
Durable and imperishable timber, selecting, 11

Great Britain, railway damages in, 349 ; Northeru Tele- Institution of Enginoors in Scotland, 23
Durability of plain cylindrical boilers, on the, 445; of graph, the, 420

International Exhibition, annual, 352; the working mon's,
iron, the, 1
Green and Son's improved construction of steam boilers,

43, 61
Dwolling-houses on the fringo of London, 307

387

Invention, the commercial aspect of, 55
Grosvenor gallery, the, 102

Inventions, patonts for, 343
Guiding and controlling tho movements of torpedo boats, Irish Mail, the accident to tho, 217, 236
E.
153

Iron-clad ram "Hotspur," H.M., 477; ships, small, 256
Gun in England, the Gatling battery, 329; the Lynam Iron districts of Belgium, the, 30; the durability of, 1;
EARTH CLOSETS, Parker's improvements in dry, 29, Gunboats, 361

accelerator, 97; tho Whitworth, in France, 136

ores, improvements in treating, 242 ; Ponnard's im-

provements in apparatus for puddling, 188; refined, 409;
300
Easterly galas, 317
Gun-carriages, rival, 155

trade, British, 103; trade of North Germany, 151
Eclipse of the sun, the total, 400, 436, 455; expedition, Gunmaker's opinion of the Martini-Heçry rifle, a French, Iron and steel, manufacture of, 818 ; papers on, 156;

association, American, 30; institutos, 19; institute,
the American government, 336
Economy of cofferdams, relative, 379
Gunnery experiments at Shoeburyness, 150, 168

meeting at Merthyr, 208, 264; Peters's new process of
Eficiency of an educated national army, on the, 227
Guns, Brown's improvements in moving heavy, 224; ma- Ironworks, a model, 136; in the Merthyr district, the,

manufacturing, 101
Egyptian engineering and modern warehouses, 426

chine, 128 ; 35-ton, 175

318
Electric light, the, 201

Gwynne and Co.'s dredging machine, 463 ; pumping
Electricity and telegraphy, 21, 113, 148, 202, 239, 292, 403

machinery, 243; pumping machinery at the Mauritius Ironworkers, English and Continental, 389
445, 475
dry dock, 294

Irrigation, prize essay on, 169; and the Gwynne centri-

fugal pump, 31
Electro deposition of copper and brass, on the, 282; mag-
netic anemometer, and the mode of using itin register-
ing the velocity and pressure of the wind on a new,

H.

J.
282
Elementary papers on designing machinery, 21, 65, 127, Hammer, Head's improved shingling, 63

HALL'S improved rotary engine, 135
183, 272, 398

JACKSON Brothers' improved scrow steering apparatus,
Elliott's apparatus for ventilating ships, buildings, and

Hancock's improved bone crusher, 99; improved ink 173
mines, 815

stand, 245; screw propeller, the, 476

Japan and its future, 184; Extension Telegraph Co., the
Engine, Cook's improved rotary pump and water pres, Hardy's improved apparatus for the manufacture of
Hanson's improved breoch-loading fire-arms, 116

China and, 420; leather paper in, 331; trade and
sure, 171; the Fairlio Tarapaga, 137; Hall's improved

currency of, 326, 344
rotary, 185; Underhill's Axod steam, 207; Tangge's Harrow collision, tho, 451

sugar, 330

Ja panese mint, new, 406
high speed govornor, 83 ; Yule's improved steam trac- Harvey's torpedo, Captain, 97

Jarrow iron and shipbuilding works, the, 209
tion, 44; governor, Bourno's spherical steam, 209

Jelley, Son, and Jones' improved tenoning and mortising
Enginos, Dennison and Teall's improvements 'in steam, Hawley and Bull's improved apparatus for preventing machine, 425
188; of the "Kirkstall" steamship, the, 385

Jonnor and Knewstub's " bag of bage," 441
Engineering old and new, 365; college, the new, 435; Heating buildings, Truss's improved boilers for, 317; ap-
Head's improved shingling hammer, 63

Jones and Elliott's improvements in slide valves, 477
operation, remarkable, 329
England, breech-loaders for, 127; as an iron-producing Heavy guns,

paratus boiler, explosion of-a caution, 409
country, Belgium compared with, 174; tho Gatling Her Majesty's Ships "Monarch" and "Vanguard," 347
cown's improvements in moving, 224

K.
battery gun in, 329
English and Continental ironworkers, 389; silver cur. Hinckley knitting machine, the, 42, 47
High speed regulating governor engine, Tangyo's, 83

KEELY'S improvements in the manufacture of stockings
rency, 273
Enterprise, South Australian, 313
History of military fire-arms, the, 218

and other loopod fabrics, 351
Ethescope, the, 8
Hodgson's tramway at Brighton, the, 226

Kiel, the torpedo explosion at, 175
Evans on anthropology, Mr., 301
Hoisting machinery on board ship, 3, 73, 110

Kinzler and Keppler's improvements in propellors, 225
Exhibition, annual international, 352; buildings, the, 155; Hops and grains, Pontifex and Son's machinery for
Holborn Valley improvements, 25

" Kirkstall" steamship, the trial trip of the, 331; the
of the Photographic Society, 364

engines of the, 385
Expedition, the German North Pole, 336

pressing, 224

Knitting machine, the Hinckley, 42, 47; stockings, Clark's
Experiments at Shoeburyness, gunnery, 150, 168 ; recent Hopkinson's improvements in furnaces and boilers, 330 machine for, 460

torpedo, 276, 289, 307; at the Royal Polytechnic Insti- Horological Institute, the, 221
tution, medical, 48; on swimming, 10

How patent agents are treated in America, 192
Explosion at Birmingham, the, 434; of a heating appa. Hughes' method of reducing metal rods, bars, and

Hughes and Kimber's printing machine, 80
ratus boiler-& caution, 409; at Kiel, the torpedo, 175
Explosions, boiler, their number and causos, 192, 201

tubes, 407

LAMP for the Thamos Embankment, the selected, 65
Extension submarine cable, the British-Indian, 220; tele. Hulling grain, Brown and Polson's improvements Last year's coinage at th British Mint, 454
graph Acts, 131; works at Chatham dockyard, 40

in, 332

Latent heat, Benevides' apparatus for indicating the pro-
Humanity, the science of, 163

perties of steam and, 245
Huxley on the formation of coal, 390

Lathe, a self-feeding turning, 65
F.
Hyde Park, nature and art ın, 111

Lead pipes, poisonous, 187
Hydro-pneumatic safe, Chatwood's, 28

Le Brun Virloy's (M.) improvements in treating ores, 242
FACTS about New South Wales, 352

Leather machine bands, 114; paper in Japan, 331 ;
Fairlie engine, the "Tarapaga," 137

Priestman and Son's apparatus for finishing and
Fairlie's improved metallic packing, 258

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dressing, 423
Farleigh, successful boring for water at, 6

Leigh's proposed Channel forry, 297
Farm, the Barking, 345

Lensos, inosponsivo photographic, 140 ; photographic, 204
ICE, Mignot's improved apparatus for making, 404
Ferry, Leigh's proposed Channel, 297

Letts and Co.'s map of the seat of war, 83
Illinois and St. Louis bridge, the, 442, 464, 478
"Fethi Bulend," or the Great Victory, 103

Liebig's extract of meat, 283
Improved apparatus for the manufacture
Fibres, Cattoll's improvements in treating, 258

of sugar, Light, the electric, 201; frigates, 217; gold, 3, 20, 38
Field artillery, 146

Hardy's, 330; dressing and finishing leather, Priestman Liquid food, meal and meat extract for, 102; fuel, 12
Firearms and cartridges, Hanson's improved, 116; new

and Son's, 423; preventing waste of water, Hawley and Literaturo, scientific, 343
coating for, 85; Tranter's improvements in, 98;

Hills', 295; refrigerating beer and other liquids, and for Lithography, an art, 49

Zeller's making ice, 404 ; testing cement and other blocks, 458
improvements in breech-loading, 206

Llewellyn's improved tool or cutter for planing, rabbete
Improved axle-box, Alliott and Sellers', 85; breech-loading
Fire engines for France, steam, 442 ; extinguishing appli-

ing, and sawing wood, 227
ances at the London Hospital, 265

firearms, Hanson's, 116; Bogie engines and elastic self London and County Bank, 115 ; & directory for the city
Fireplaces or stores, Pritchett's improvements in, 243

adjusting railway carriage wheels, 49; bone crushers, of, 194 ; Allen's apparatus for self-flushing the main

Hancock's, 99; construction of
Fittings, Bailey's improvements in boiler, 260

boiler for heating sowers of, 263; Association of Foremen Engineers, 28,
buildings, Truss's, 317: construction of steam boilers, 64, 118, 192, 353, 408, 425, 479; dwelling houses on the

L.

50, 67, 86, 104, 121, 140, 158, 175, 194, 212, 230, 248, 266, Puddling, 92; iron, Hansard's improvements in apparatus Smithfield Olub Show, 373, 415

fringe of, 397; Hospital, Are-extinguishing appliances Operation, remarkable engineering, 329

Rating of property, 272
at the, 265; Institution, the, 298, 391

Opinion of the Martini-Henry rifle, a Fronch gudmaker's, Rocont torpodo exporiments, 276, 289, 307
Loss of the "Captain," the, 199, 217, 236, 265, 282, 308

117

Reclaiming land from the sea, 89
Laminous meteors, 279

Optical apparatus, improvements in, 132; illusions, the Reclamation of the Stadil Fjord, machinery used in tho,
Lynam accelerator gun, the, 97

Polytechnic ghosts and, 114

243
Ores, Claudet's improvements in soparating silver from, Recovery of the “ Captain," proposed, 277
205 ; improvements in treating iron, 242

Reducing metal rods, bars, and tabos, Hughos' modo of,
M.
Organisation of the Prussian army, 334, 383, 443, 462

407
Oudh and Robilcund Railway, bridge for the, 327; well Reed, Mr. E. J., on the Navy, 472
MACABIES' solf-acting water feeders for boilers, 277

pumps for the, 402

Refined iron, 409
Macdermott and Williams's machine for ing metal Our armamonts, 310, 327 ; artillery, 300: coast defences- Refrigerating beer and making ice, Mignot's improved
angers, drills, &c., 276

Portsmouth, 253; defences, 91; munitions of war, 181; apparatus for, 404
Machine, Anderson's powder pellet, 281; band, leather,

ports of refugo, 163; sanitary regulations, 271; trado Refuge, our ports of, 163
114; bands, wire sewn leather, 424; for knitting stock and the war, 353; best military model, 479

Regulating the flow of water, Cameroy's impioroments
ings, Clark's, 460; the Hinckley, 42, 47; for tenoning Overhauling the standards, 235

in apparatus for, 191 ; governor engine, Tengyor, 83,
and 'mortising, Jelley, Son, and Jones', 425; guns, 128; Oxford Show, the, 75, 99

Regulator, Strode's gas, 339
Gwynne's dredging, 463; the Chalon aerial, 78
Ozokerit, 211, 283

Relative economy of coffor-demr, 379
Machinery for pressing spent hops, grains, &c., Pontifex

Repairing the French Atlantic cable, 365
and Son's, 224; used in the reclamation of the Stadil

Reports on foreign mints, 330
Fjord, 243

P.

Resignation of the Chief Constructor, the, 87
Machines, cutting wood by fret, 192

Resources of British India, 167; and railways of Califor.
Mack's improved steam water heater, 186

nia, the, 76
Magnetism, Vavin's apparatus for ' separating metallic PACKING, Fairlie's improvod metallic, 258
Palace, the Crystal, 300

Rifle, a French gunmakor's opision of tho Martini-Hoprj,
substances by, 117
Palmer's gravitating wire ropo tramways, 27

117; the Werder (Bavariad), 278
Mail, the accident to the Irish, 217, 235
Papers on iron and steel, 156, 186

Rifles, our ships and breech-loading, 888
Making and working, contrasts in railway, 405

Paris and its defencos, 835 ; gasworks and the sloge, tho, River navigation in Germany, the cablo syptom of; 891
Mal-administration, naval, 416
Manchester froo libraries, 424; Steam Users' Association, Parker's improvements in dry earth closete, 29, 300

Rivers, silting op of, 109; pollution oommission, 120.
102, 314, 372
Parliamont, the Mint in, 66

Robey's fooder for thrashing machines, 488
Manoeuvring moving torpedoes, 325
Manufacture of iron and steel, 318; of plate glass, the, Partridge's improvements in azle-boxes for carriage and Book drill, the Burleigh, 102

Rohilound railway, well pumps for tho Oudh and, 103

cart wheels, 459
293; bugar, Hardy's improved apparatus for the, 830

Romford sowage farm, the, 468
Manufacturing iron and steel, Pators's new process of, 101 Passenger platforms at railway stations, 91
Martini-Henry ride, a French gunmaker's opinion of tho, Patent agents in America, bow they are treated, 192 ; dimi- Rotary ongine Hell's improved, 185; paddlor, Danks',
117; at Wimbledon, 86
culties, 133 ; spanner, Britain's, il; Ateam water heater,

194 ; pump and water pressure ongine, Oooko's im.
Mack's improved, 186

proved, 171
Masks and faces-stage properties, 434
Patents for inventions, 343, 397

Royal Institution, the, 22, 478; Agricultural mooting at
Mauritius dry dock, Gwynno and Co.'s pamping machi-

Oxford, 82, 99; Agricultural Society of England, 68;
Paying gauge for railways, 441, 476
nery at the, 294

Albert Hall, 463; Horticultural Socioty at Oxlord, tbe,
Meat extract for liquid food, 102; Gamgee's method of Peat and its profitable utilisation, 456
Permanent carbon photographs, 312; photographs, prin-

102; Humane Society, 465; Institute of Britisha Arohl.
preserving, 103; Liebig's extract of, 283
ciples involved in the production of, 346; way of rail.

tocts, 12; Polytechnic Institution, 870; medical oxpori-
Mechanical draughtsmen, 165; engineers, conference of,

ments at the, 48
119; Engineers, Institution of, 372

ways, Morris's improved, 114
Medical experiments at the Royal Polytechnic Institution, Peters's new process of manufacturing iron and steel, 101
Perpetuum mobile, 246

Russia, the metallic wealth of, 95

Russian military, the, 299
48
Merthyr, the Iron and Steel Institute at, 208, 264; the iron- Photographic lenses, 202 ; inexpensive, 148
works in the district of, 318
Photographic Society, exhibitions of the, 364

S.
Mossonger, Black's improved soa, 299

Photographs, permanent carbon, 312
Messrs. de Lesseps and Lange at Liverpool, 31

Physical geography, influence of science on, 112
Metal rods, bars, and tubes, Hughes's method of reducing, Pianofortes, improvements in, 280
Pianoforte action, improved, 315

SAFE, Obatwood's improved hydro-pneumatio, 38
407

Sailing and floating dry dock, Morell's steam, 96; oralt
Metaline, 48

Pinchbeck's improved mode of cleaning the tubes of ver Capt. John Moody's, 26
Metallic packing, Fairlie's improved, 258; substances by Pins and needles, 423

tical boilers, 384

Salt mines and salt manufacturo in Cheshiro, desorption
magnetism, Vavin's apparatus for separating, 117; Pipes, poisonous lead, 187

of tho, 7
wealth of Russia, the, 95

Sanitary influence of food, the, 380; regulations, our, 371 ;
Metals, cutting and paring, 409; precious, 409

Planing, rabbeting, and sawing wood, Llewellyn's im science, 236
Metcalf's furnace for the fusion of minerals, 211

proved cutter for, 227

Sawing wood, Llewellyn's improved cutter for planing
Meteorological Ofice, the, 166 ; Society, 383
Plate glass, the manufacture of, 293

and, 227
Meteorology, British, 437; of November, the, 406
Platforms at railway stations, passenger, 91

Science of humanity, the, 163; on physical geography,
Meteors, luminous, 279

Ploughs, Woofe's improvements in double-furrow, 169 influence of, 112 ; savitary, 236
Meter, Muller's new water, 119
Pocock's improvements in water meters, 422

Scientific knowledge, the boundaries of, 256; literature,

343
Meters, Pococks improvements in, 422; Walker's im- Pollack, Schmidt, and Co.'s improved sewing machine, Screw carriage, and waggon jack, Ball's improved, 6:
Mothod of preserving meat, Gamgee's, 103

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shafts, Brown's thrust block for, 448; steering appa-
Metropolitan District Railway, the, 5; improvements, 38

Polytechnic ghosts and optical illusions, the, 114; Institu ratus, Jackson Brothers' improved, 173
Mignot's improved apparatus for refrigerating beer and

tion, Royal, 370

Sea messenger, Black's improved, 299
other liquids and for making ice, 404

Ponsard's improvements in apparatus for puddling iron, Selected lamp for the Thames Embankment, 65
Milner's safes and the British Association, 229

188

Self feeding turning lathe, a, 65
Mineral and industrial resources of Silesia, 19, 56, 145, Pontifex and Sons' machinery for prossing spent hope, Separatiog metallic substances by maguetism, Vavia's
181, 238, 290, 363; pulveriser, Camroux's, 8; wealth of
grains, &c., 224

apparatus for, 117; silver from ores, Claudet's improve-
India, 120
Portland cement, 280

ments in, 205
Minerals, Metca.i's furnace for the fusion of, 211
Ports of refuge, our, 163

Serpentine in Hyde Park, 111
Miners and agricultural labourers, improved cottages for, Portsmouth, on the coast defence, 258

Sewage farm, the Romford, 453; the utilisation of, 300
164
Post Office, true time and the, 403

Sewera, Allen's apparatus for selt flushing, 263
Vines along the Union Pacific Railroad, coal, 9; and Powder pellet machine, Anderson's, 281

Sewing machine, improved, 65
ships, Elliot's apparatus for ventilating, 315
Practical application of the chronoscope, 74

Shearing and washing animals, Wilson's apparatus
Mint in Parliament, tho, 56; now Japanese, 406
Precious metale, 409; stones, gems and, 423

for, 245
Mints, reports on foreign, 880
Preservation of timber, on the, 187

Shifting gear for chaff cutters, Southwell's improved, 81
Miscellanea, 13, 32, 51, 67, 87, 104, 121, 141, 159, 176, 195

Pressure engine, Cooke's improved rotary pump and Shingliog hammer, Head's improved, 68
212, 230, 248, 267, 285, 303, 320, 338, 356, 374, 392, 410)

water, 171 ; recorder for the enging at the "Times" Ship canals, projected, 99; the engines of the “Kirkstall"
428, 447, 466, 480
printing office, 9

steam, 385
Mitrailleuse, the, 109; at Shoeburyness, the, 417; the Priestman and Son's improved apparatus for dressing and Ships and breech-loading rifles, our, 388; Elliot's apparatus
American Gatling, 152; the French, 64
finishing leather, 423

for ventilating mines, buildings, and, 815; smal iron-
Model ironworks, a, 136

Principles involved in the production of permanent photo clad, 250 ; Wilkins' improvements in the construction
* Monarch " and "Vanguard," H.M.S., 347

graphs, 346

of, 314
Moody's seiling craft, 26
Printing machine, the Wharfedale two-looder, 80

Shipbuilding works, the Jarrow iron and, 209
Moore's torpedo boats, 351
Pritchett's improvements in fireplaces or stoves, 243

Shoeburynols, gunnery oxperiments at, 150, 168, tho
Morell's steam sailing and floating dry dock, 96
Privato bills of the session, 465; gasworks, 46, 84

mitrailleuse at, 417
Morris's permanent way of railways, 114
Prize essay on irrigation, 169

Siege of Paris, the gasworks and the, 207

Siemens' pyrometer, 328
Movements of torpedo boats, Ballard's apparatus for Problom of the age, the, 154
guiding the, 133
Productions of China, natural and artificial, 93

Signal service in America, the storm, 248
Moving heavy guns, Brown's improvements in, 224
Professor Graham, public status of the late, 331

Silica, on artificial stone and various kinds of, 854
Muller's new water meter, 119
Projected ship canals, 99

Silkstone coalflold, the, 133
Munitions of war, our, 181
Propellers, Keppler's improvements in, 225

Silver, American supply of, 873; coins for Cepada, tho
Propelling vessels, Tyrer's improved moans of, 333

coinage of, 2; currency, English, 278; from oros,
Property, rating of, 272

Claudet's improvements in separating, 205
Proposed Channel ferry, Leigh's, 297 ; rocovery of the Silting up of rivers, 109 -
Captain," 277

Singaporo Gas Company, the, 316
NATURE and art in Hyde Park, 111
Prussia, the industries of, 302

Sleeping car system in America, tho, 301
Natural and artificial productions of China, 93
Prussian army, organisation of the, 334, 383, 443, 462

Slide valves, Jones and Elliott's improvoments in, 477 ;
Nava) mal-administration, 416; architects, 382 ; architects, Public works in India, 308; Department of India, 418

Smart's improvements in, 250
Institution of, 313; military, and gunnery items, 13, 32, Puddler, Danks's rotary, 194

Small iron-clad ships, 256 ; self-lording turning lathe, &,

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284, 302, 319, 338, 355, 374, 392, 410, 428, 446, 485, 480 Por, 188
Navy, coal for our, 92; Mr. E. J. Reed on the, 172
Pulveriser, stono crusher and mineral, 8

Society of Enginoora at'Oroydon, the, 219; of Agricultural
Needle gun, the Chagsopot and the, 66, 427
Pump, Baumann's direct-acting steam, 257, 371

Co-operation, 85
Needles, gilded, 264 ; pins and, 423
Pumps for the Oudh and Robilcund Railway, voll, 402

Soper ride, the, 115
Now description of street conveyance, 43; church clock, Pupils, engineering, 291

South African diamonds, 421
464; Japanese mint, 406 ; process of manufacturing iron Pyrometer, Siemens', 328

South Australian enterprise, 813
and steel, Peters', 101; water meter, Muller's, 119 Pyromoters, Bailey's adjustable, 11

Southall, Lallog, and shophord's Bush Tram Ballway
New South Wales, facts about, 352 ; coal trade, 211

Company (Limited),
North Pole expedition, the German, 336; Somerset Rail-

Southwell's improved shifting gear for chat cutters, 81
way, Bristol and, 81; of England Institute of mining

Spannor, Brittain's patent, 11

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and mechanical enginoers, 172; Germany, the iron

Spectroscope, a solar, 420
trade of, 151

Spherical steam engine governor, Bourne's, 209
Norton and Bailey's steam pressure recorder for the

RABBETING and drawing wood, Llewellyn's improved Spinning tobacco, Wharton's apparatus for, 276
* Times" office, 9

cutter for, 227

Siadil Fjord, machinery used in the roclamation of tho,
Notes on recent discoveries in science and their practical Railway accommodation, 254; faxles, 103 ; axle-boxes, Stage properties-masks and faces, 184
Railroad, coal mines along the Union Pacific, 9

243
application, 5, 23, 58, 77, 167, 185, 203, 239; by Quidnunc,
5, 22, 40, 58, 77, 96, 113, 132, 149, 166, 185, 220, 255, 292,

Beuther's improvements in, 343; damages in Great Standards for testing the purity and welght of gold and
311, 328, 347, 364, 401, 438, 473

Britain, 349; bridge for the Oudh and Rohilound, 327; silver coins of the realm, the, 368; ovorhauling the, 285
Number and causes of boiler explosions, 192

construction, improvements in, 146; gauge, 258 ; Stato of the turret-ship question, the presont, 4
Numerical theorem, with practical applications on a, 298

making and working, contrasts in, 405; management, "Stationers' Gazette,'' the, 193
325; the Metropolitan District, 5; stations, passenger Stations and sidinge, Freeman's apparatus for moving

platforms at, 91; systom of Russia, tho, 198, 226, 257, railway carriages into, 137 ; pagsopger platforms at mad-
0.

316, 388
Rallways, assessment of, 246; of California, the, 76; Statue of the late Professor Graham, 381

Morriss's improved permanent way of, 114; the paying "Staunch," H.B.M. gunboat, 361
OIL axle-boxes, Beuther's improvements in, 348

gauge of, 441, 474; T'iranoff's improred system of, 62
Opening of the Thames Embankment, the, 43

Steam and latent heat, Benevide's apparatus for indloating
Rainfall and water supplies, 399

tho properties of, 245; boiler inepoction, od, 28; bollers

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Brusch's improvements in operating the dampers of, Tiranoff's improved system of railways, 62
333; boilers, Green and Son's improved construction of, Tobacco spinning apparatus, Wharton's, 276

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387; engines, Dennison and Teall's improvements in, Torpedo, Captain Harvey's, 97 ; boats, Ballard's apparatus
188; engine governor, Bourne's spherical, 209; engine for guiding and controlling, 153; Moore's, 351 ; experi WALKER'S improvements in gas meters, 134
of ten-horse power, Underbill's fixed, 207; engines, mente, recent, 276, 289, 307 ; explosion at Kiel, the, War, advance of science and art in, 227; Letts and Co.'s
Wilson's improvements in, 439; fire engines for France, 175

map of the seat of, 83; materiol, additions to our, 426 ;
442 ; power afloat, auxiliary, 309; pressure recorder for Torpedoos, mancuyring moving, 325

our munitions of, 181; purposes, balloons for, 354;
the "Times" office, 9; pump, Baumann's direct-acting Total eclipse of the sun, the, 450, 436

trade and the, 352, 353
257, 371; sailing and floating dry dock, Morell's, 96; Town sewage, utilisation of, 95

Warren's cooking apparatus, 353
ship, the engines of the “Kirkstall,” 385; traction en Traction engine, Yule's improved, 44

Water, Chameroy's improvements in apparatus for regulat-
gine, Yule's improved, 44; water heater, Mack's im Trade, British iron, 103; and currency of Japan, 326, 344; ing the flow of, 191; feeders for boilers, Macabio's self-
proved, 186
and the war, our, 352, 353

acting, 277; Hawley and Hill's improved apparatus for
Steel Association, annual report of the American, 30; Tramway, Addis's single line, 65; at Brighton, the

preventing waste of, 295; heater, Mack's improved
manufactures, American, 408; Peters's new process of "Hodgson," 226

steam, 186; meter, Muller's new, 119; meters, Pocock's
manufacturing iron and, 101
Tramways, Palmer's wire rope, 27

improvements in, 422; pressure ongine, Cooke's im-
Steering apparatus, Jackson Brothers' improved screw, Tranter's improvements in firearms, 98

proved rotary pump and, 171; supplies, rainfall and,
173
Traveller's transit theodolite, the, 137

399; supply, 190
Stockings and other looped fabrics, Keely's improvements Treating iron ores, improvemonts in, 242; Abres, Cattell's Waggon jack, Ball's improved screw carriage and, 6
in the manufacture of, 851; Clark's machine for knit. improvements in, 258

Weights and measures, 414
ting, 460

Trial of armour-plates, 207; trip of the "Abyssinia," 3 Wealth of Russia, the metallic, 95; of India, tho
Stone crusher and mineral pulveriser, 8

Truck system in the Black Country, the, 354, 362; the mineral, 120
Storm signal service in America, the, 243

immoralities of the, 391

Weekly chemical, mineral and metal report, 31, 50, 66,
Stoves, Prichett's improvements in fireplaces or, 248 True time and the Post Omice, 403

104, 120, 139, 158, 175, 194, 211, 229, 247, 266, 284, 302,
Strasburg clock, the, 154
Truss's improved construction of boilers for heating build-

319, 337, 354, 373, 391, 427, 446, 465
Street conveyance, new description of, 43

inge, 317
Strodo's gas regulator, 389
Tubes of vertical boilers, Pinchbeck's improved modo of Werder ride, the (Bavarian), 278

Well pumps for the Oudh and Robilcund Railway, 402
Submarine cable, the British Indian extension, 220

cleaning the, 384

Wharfdale two-feeder printing machine, the, 80
Substances by magnetism, separating metallic, 117
Turning lathe, a self-feeding, 65

Wharton's tobacco spinning apparatus, 276
Sugar, Hardy's improved apparatus for the manulacture Turret-ship controversy, 103 ; question, tho present stato Whitworth gun, the, 37; gun in France, the, 136; scholar

of the, 4

ships, 120
Sulphur question, the Gas Referees on the, 147, 164, 182

Twisting metal augers, drills, &c., Macdermott and Wil. Williams' machine for twisting metal augers, drills,
Sun, the total eclipse of the, 400, 436, 455

liams' machine for, 276

&c., 276
Sun's rays, work performed by the, 118
Typo, composjog and distributing, 314

Wilkins's improvements in the construction of ships, 314
Supply, water, 190

Tyrer's improved means of propelling vessels, 333 Wilson's improvements in steam engines, 439; apparatus
Swimming, experiments on, 10; the rescue of life by, 10

for shearing and washing animals, 245
Wimbledon, the Martini-Henry rifle, at, 86

Wind force, on, 130
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Wiro rope tramways, Palmer's, 27

Wiro sewn leather machine bands, 424
TANGYE'S high-speed regulating governor engine, 83 UNDERHILL'S Oxed steam engine of 10-horse power, 207 Wonders, American, 136
“ Tarapaga" Fairlío engine, the, 137
Union Pacifc Railroad, coal mines along the, 9

Wood by frot machines, cutting, 192; Llewellyn's im-
Telegraph Acts' extension, 131 ; the Great Northern, 420; Utilisation of sewage, the, 95, 300

provod cutter for planing and sawing, 227
ships and sea refuge, Captain Moody's, 12
Utilising vegetable abres, 459

Woofe's improvements in double furrow ploughs, 169
Ten-horse power fixed steam engine, Underhill's, 207

Working Men's Club and Instituto Union, 400; Men's
Tononing and mortising machine, Jelloy, Son, and Jones',

College, 352
425

V.
Testimonial to Professor Morris, 82

Workmen's Exhibition, the, 43, 61, 76, 315

Work performed by the sun's rays, 118
Testing the purity and weight of gold and silver coins of
the realm, the standards for, 363

VALVES, Smart's improvements in slide, 258
Textbooks of science, 352
Varnish tree, the, 50

Y.
Thames Embankment, opening of the, 43; tho selooted Vavin's apparatus for separating metallic substances by
lamp for the, 65

magnetism, 117
Theodolite, the traveller's transit, 137
Vegetablo fibres, utilising, 459

YULE'S improved stoam traction engine, 44
Thirty-five-ton guns,
175

Ventilating ships, mines, &c, Elliot's apparatus for, 315
Thrashing machines, Roboy's feedor for, 438

Vertical boilers, Pinchbock's improved mode of cleaning
Timbor, on the preservation of, 137; Belecting durable the tubes of, 384
and imporishable, 11

Victoria and Albert Embankments, the, 74
"Timor » printing omce, steam pressure recorder at the, 9 Visit of the Society of Engineers to Croydon, 219

ZELLER'S improvements in breech-loading firearms, 206

of, 33

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ADJUSTABLE pyrometers, Bailey's, 11

Aerial machine, the Chalon, 78

Elliot's apparatus for ventilating "ships, mines, and Brusch's, 333; moving heavy guns, Brown's, 220; pressing

Allen's apparatus for self-flusbing the main sewers of Engine, Cooke's improved rotary pump and water pres.

buildings, 315

spent hope, grains, &c., Pontifex and SunR 22+: :ropol-

lers, Keppler's, 225; puddling iron, Ponsard's, 189; 8 ile

London, 263

sure, 171; the Fairlie Tarapaga, 137; Hall's improved valves, Smarts, 258; steam engines, Dennisun and

Alliott and Sellers's improved axle-box, 85

rotary. 135; Underhill's fixed steam, 207; Tangye's Teall's, 188; steam engines, Wilson's, 440; the construc-

American mitrailleuse, the, 152

high 's: eed governor, 83 ; Yule's improved steam trac. tion of ships, Wilkins's, 314; the manufacture of stock-

Anderson's powder pellet machine, 281

tion, 44; governor, Bourne's spherical steam, 209

ings and other looped fabrics, Keely's, 351 ; tho
Apparatus for controlling the movements of torpedo Engines, Dennison and Teall's improvements in steam, permanent way of railways, 114; treating iron ores,
boats, Ballard's, 158 ; for dressing and finishing leather, 188; of the "Kirkstall " steamship, the, 386

242
Priestman and Son's, 423; for indicating the properties

Indicating the properties of steam and latent heat, Beno-

of steam and latent heat, Benevides', 245; Jackson

vides' apparatus for, 245

Brothers' screw steering, 173; for the manufacture of FAIRLIE'S improved metallic packing, 258

Inexpensive photographic lenses, 148

sugar, Hardy's, 330; for moving railway carriages in Ferry, Leigh's proposed Channel, 297

Inkstand, Hancock's improved, 245

stations, &c., Freeman's, 137 ; for refrigerating beer and Firearms and cartridges, Hanson's improved, breech-

Iron and steel, Peters's new process of manufacturing,
making ice, Mignot's, 404, 405; for regulating the loading, 116; Tranter's improvements in, 98; Zeller's 101 ; ores, improvements in treating, 242; Ponsard's
dow of water, Chameroy's improvements in, 191; for improvements in breech-loading, 206

improvements in puddling, 189
preventing the waste of water, Hawley and Hill's im- Fireplacos or stoves, Pritchett's improvements in, 243
proved, 296; for puddling iron, Ponsard's improvements Fittings, Bailey's improvements in boiler, 261

ip, 189; for separating metallic substances by mag- Fixed steam engine of 10-horse power, Underbill's, 207 JACKSON BROTHERS' improved scrow stoering appa

netism, Vavin's, 117; for spinning tobacco, Wharton's, Floating dry dock, Morell's steam sailing and, 90

ratus, 173

276; for testing cement and other blocks, 458; for Force pump, Baumann's, 371

Jelley, Son, and Jones's improved tenoning and mortising

ventilating ships, mines, &c., Elliot's, 315; for washing Fortifications of Paris, the, 335

machine, 425

and shearing animals, Wilson's, 245

Freeman's apparatus for moving railway carriages into Jenner and Knowstub's " bag of bags," 441

Axle-box, Alliott and Sellers's improved, 85

stations and sidings, 137

Axle-boxes, Beuther's improvements in oil, 348; for Furnaces and boilers, Hopkinson's improvements, 330

carriage and cart, wheels, Partridge's improvements

KEELY'S improvements in the manufacture of stockings

in, 460

and other looped fabrics, 351

GARDEN hose nozzle, Barton's, 443

Kinzler and Keppler's improvements in propellers, 225
Gas meters, Walker's improvements in, 134; rogulator, "Kirkstall" steam ship, the engines of tho, 386
" BAG OF BAGS," the, 441

Strode's, 389

Knitting machine, the Hinckley, 42, 47; stockings,

Bailey's adjustable pyrometers, 11; improvements in Gatling American mitrailleuse, 152

Clarke's machine for, 461

boilor fittings, 261; steam pressure recorder for the Gear for chaff cutters, Southwell's improved shifting, 81
“Times" office, 9

Governor, Bourne's spherical steam engine, 209; engine,
Ball's improved screw carriage and waggon jack, 6

Tangye's high speed, 83

LAMP for the Thames Embankmont, the selected, 65

Ballard's apparatus for guiding and controlling the Grain, Brown and Polson's improvements in hulling, 832 Latent heat, Benevides' apparatus for indicating, 245

movements of torpedo boats, 153

Guns, Brown's improvements in moving, 225

Leather, Priestman and Sons' apparatus for dressing, 423

Barton's gurden hose nozzlo, 443
Gra vitating wiro rope tramways, Palmer's, 27

Lo Brun-Virloy's improvements in treating iron ore8, 242
Baumann's patent steam pump, 371

Green and Son's improved construction of steam boilers, Leigh's proposed Channel ferry, 297
Bavarian rifle, the Werder, 279

387

Lenses, inexpensive photographic, 148; photographic, 202
Benevides' apparatus for indicating the properties of Gunboats, 361

Llewellyn's improved cutter for planing, rabbeting, and

steam, 245

Gwynne and Co.'s pumping machinery at the Mauritius

sawing wood, 227

Beuther's improvemonts in oil axle-boxes, 348

dry dock, 294; pumping machinery, 243; dredging London, Allen's apparatus for Ausbing the main sowors

Black's iniproved sea messenger, 299

machine, 463

Boats, Moore's torpedo, 350

Boiler fittings, Bailey's improvements in, 261

Boilers, Green and Son's improved construction of steam, HALL'S improved rotary engine, 135

MACABIES' sell-acting water leeders for boilers, 277
387; for heating buildings, Trase's improved, 317 Hammer, improved shingling, 64

Macdermott and Wilhams's machine for twisting motal

Hopkinson's improvements in furnaces

Hancock's improved bone crusher, 99; improved ink-

augers, drills, &c., 276

Macabies' self-acting water feeders for, 378

stand, 245

Machine, Anderson's powder pellet, 281; the Chalon

Bone crusher, Hancock's improved, 99

Hanson's improved breech-loading firearms and cart-

Bourne's spherical steam engino governor, 209

ridges, 116

aerial, 78; for tenoning and mortising, Jelley, Son, and

Jones's, 425; Gwynne's dredglug, 463; for knitting

Breech-loading firearms, Sellers's improvements in, 206; Hardy's improved apparatus for tho manufacture of

stockings, Clarke's, 461; for knitting, the Hinckley, 42,

and cartridges, Hanson's improved, 116

sugar, 330

Brittain's patent spanner, 11
Hawley and Hill's improved apparatus for preventing

47; for twisting metal augers, drills, &c., Macdermott's,

276

Brown and Polson's improvements in bulling grain, 332

waste of water, 296

Brown's improvements in moving heavy guns, 225 ;
Head's improved shingling hammer, 64

Machinery for pressing spont hops, grains, & .. Pontifex

and Son's, 224; used in the reclamation of the Stadil
thrust blocks for scrow shafts, 443
Heating buildings, Truss's improved boilers for, 317

Fjord, 213
Brusch's improvements in operating the dampers of stoam
Heavy guns, Brown's improvements in moving, 224

Magnetism, Vavin's apparatus for separating metallic

boilers, 333

High speed regulating governor engine, Tangye's, 83

substances by, 117

Barning gas without the aid of a blast, 459

Hinckley knitting machine, the, 42, 47
Hops and grains, Pontifex and Son's machinery for

Manufacture of iron and steel, new process of, 101 ; of

pressing, 224

sugar, Hardy's apparatus for tho, 330

CAMROUX'S stone crusher and mineral pulveriser, 8 Hopkinson's improvements in furnaces and boilers, 380

Mauritius dry dock, Gwynno and Co.'s pumping machi-

Captain John Moody's sailing craft, 26

Hughes and Kimber's printing machine, 80

nery at the, 294

Carriage and cart wheels, Partridge's improvements in Hughes's method of reducing metal rods, bars, and Messenger, Black's improved sea, 299

Mack's improved steam water beater, 186
axle-boxes for, 460; waggon jack, Ball's improved tubes, 407

Metal rods, bars, and tubes, Hughes's method of reducing,

screw,

6

Hulling grain, Brown and Polson's improvements

407

Cartridges, Hanson's improved breech-loading firearms,

in, 332

and, 116

Metallic packing, Fairlie's improved, 258 ; substances by

magnetism, Vavin's apparatus for separating, 117

Cement, apparatus for testing, 458

Meter, Muller's new water, 119

Chaff-cutters, Southwell's improved shifting gear for, 81 ICE, Mignot's apparatus for making, 404, 405
Chalon aerial machine, the, 78

Meters, Pocock's improved water, 422; Walker's im-
Improved apparatus for dressing leather, Priestman and
Chameroy's improvements in apparatus for regulating the

provements in gas, 134
Son's, 423; preventing waste of water, Hawley and Mignot's improved apparatus for refrigerating beer and
flow of water, 191

Hill's, 296; refrigerating beer and making ice, 404, other liquids and for making ice, 404, 405
Channel ferry, Leigh's proposed, 297

405; for testing cement, 458; for the manufacture of

Mines and ships, Elliot's apparatus for ventilating, 815

Clark's machine for knitting stockings, 461

sugar, Hardy's, 330

Clinometer and spirit level combined, improved, 473

Mineral pulveriser, Camroux's, 8

Improved axle-box, Alliott and Sellers's, 85; boilers for Mitrailleuse, the American Gatling, 152
Clips or shears, improvements in, 281"

heating buildings, Truss's, 317 ; bone crusher, Han- Moody's seiling craft, 26
Closets, Parker's improvements in dry earth, 29, 300

cock's, 99; breech-loading firearms and cartridges, Moore's torpedo boats, 350
Coal supply and colliery waste, 157

Hanson's, 116; construction of steam boilers, Green Morell's steam sailing and floating dry dock, 96
Construction of ships, Wilkins' improvements in the and Son's, 387; cutter for planing and sawing wood, Morris's improvements in the permanent way of railways,
314; of steam boilers, Green and Son's improved, 387 Llewellyn's, 227; inkstand, Hancock's, 245; means of

114
Cooke's improved rotary pump and water prossure propelling vessels, Tyrer's, 333; metallic packing, Moving hoavy guns, Brown's improvements in, 226
engine, 171

Fairlie's, 258; mode of cleaning the tubes of vertical

Muller's new water motor, 119

Copper pyrites, apparatus for treating, 474

boilers, Piuchbeck's, 384; rotary engine, Hall's, 185;

Crusher, Hancock's improved bone, 99

rotary pump and water pressure engine, Cooke's, 171;

Cut flower packing case, 479

screw carriago and waggon jack, Ball's, 6; screw steering NEW process of manufacturing iron and stoel, Petera's,

Cutter for planing and gawing wood, Llewellyn's im apparatus, Jackson Brothers', 173; bea messenger,

proved, 227

Black's, 299; shifting gear for chaff cutters, Southwell's,

101 ; water meter, Muller's, 119

81; shingling hammer, Head's, 64; steam traction

Norton and Bailey's steam pressure recorder for the
engine, Yule's, 44; steam water heater, Mack'e, 186;

** Times" ofice, 9
DEFENCES of Paris, the, 335

system of railways, Tiranoff's, 62; tenoning and mor-
Dennison and Teall's improvements in steam engines, tising machine, Jelley, Son, and Jones's, 425; water
188
meter, Pocock's, 422

OIL axle-boxos, Beucher's improvements in, 348
Dock, Morell's steam sailing and floating, 96
Double furrow.ploughs, Woofe's improvements in, 170

Improvements in apparatus for regulating the flow of Ores, improvements in treating, 242
water, Chameroy's, 191; in axle-boxes for carriage and

Oudh and Rohilcund Railway, well pumps for the, 402
Dredging machine, Gwynne's, 463

cart wheels, Partridge's, 460; boiler fittings, Bailey's,

DreBeing and Anishing leather, Priestman and Son's 11261; breech loading firearms, Zeller's, 206; clips or

apparatus for, 423

shears, 281; double-furrow ploughs, Woofe's, 170; dry PACKING, Fairlie's improved metallic, 268

Dry dock, Morell's steam sailing and floating, 96

earth closets, Parker's, 29, 300; firearms, Tranter's, 98; Palmer's gravitating wiro ropo tramways, 27
freplaces or stoves, Pritchett's, 243; furnaces and Paris, the fortifications of, 335

boilers, Hopkinson's, 380 ; gas meters, Walker's, 134; Parker's improvements in dry earth closets, 29, 300
EARTH closets, Parker's improvements in dry, 29, hulling grain, Brown and Polson's, 832 ; oil axle-boxes, Partridgo's improvements in axlo boxos for carriage and
300

Bouther's, 348; operating the dampers of steam boilers, cart wheels, 460

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Patont spanner, Brittain's, 11; steam force pump, Bau- SAILING and floating dry dock, Morell's steam, 96 Thames Embankment, the selected lamp for the, 65

mann's, 371; water heater, Mack's, 186

craft, Captain John Moody's, 26

Thoodolite, the traveller's transit, 137

Permanent way of railways, Morris's improvements in Sawing wood, Llewellyn's improved cutter for planing Thrashing machine, Robey's feeder for, 438

the, 114

and, 227

"Times" printing office, steam pressure recorder at the, 9

Peters's now process of manufacturing iron and steel, Screw carriage and waggon jack, Ball's improved, 6; Tiranoff's improved system of railwaya, 62

101

shafts, Brown's thrust blocks for, 443; steering appa Tobacco spinning apparatus, Wharton's, 276

Photographic lenses, 202; lenses, inexpensive, 145

ratus, Jackson Brothers' improved, 173

Torpedo boats, guiding and controlling, 153; Moore's,

Pinchbeck's improved mode of cleaning the tubes of Sea messenger, Black's improved, 299

350

vertical boilers, 384

Selected lamp for the Thames Embankment, the, 65 Traction engine, Yule's improved steam, 44

Planing and sawing wood, Llewellyn's improved cutter Separating metallic substances by magnetism, Vavin's Tramway, Palmer's wire rope, 27

for, 227

apparatus for, 117

Tranter's improrements in firearms, 98

Ploughs, Woofe's improvements in double-furrow, 170 Sewers, Allen's apparatus for self-dushing, 263

Traveller's transit theodolite, the, 137

Pocock's improved water meter, 422

Shifting gear for chaff-cutters, Southwell's improved, 81 Treating iron ores, improvements in, 242

Ponsard's improvements in apparatus for puddling iron, Shingling hammer, Head's improved, 64

Truss's improved boilers for heating buildings, 317

189

Ship, the engines of the Kirkstall steam, 386

Tubes of vertical boilers, Pinchbock's improved modo of

Pontifex and Son's machinery for pressing spont hope, Ships, Elliot's apparatus for ventilating mines, buildings, cleaning the, 384

grains, &c., 224

and, 315; Wilkins' improvements in the coustruction Twisting metal augere, drills, &c., Macdermott and wil.

Powder pellet machine, Anderson's, 281

liams' machine for, 276

Pressing spont hops, grains, &c., Pontifex and Son's ma- Siemens' pyrometer, 329

chinery for, 224

Slido valves, Smart's improvements in, 258 ; Jone's and Tyrer's improved means of propelling vessels, 333

Pressure engine, Cooke's improved rotary pump and Elliot's improvements in, 467

water, 171; recorder for the engine at tho “Times Smart's imuprovements in slide valvos, 258

UNDERHILL'S ixed steam engine of 10-borno power, 207

printing office, 9

Southwell's improved shifting gear for chaff-cuttors, 81

Priestman and Son's improved apparatus for dressing Spanner, Brittain's patent, 11

VALVES, Smart's improvements in elide, 258

leather, 423

Spherical steam engine governor, Bourne's, 209

Printing machine, the “ Wharfdale two-foeder," 80

Vaviu's apparatus for separating metallic substances by

Spinning apparatus, Wharton's tobacco, 276

maguetism, 117

Pritchett's improvements in fireplaces or stores, 243 Stadil Fjord, machinery used in the reclamation of the, Ventilatiog ships, mines, &c., Elliot's apparatus for, 315

Propellers, Keppler's improvements in, 225

243

Vertical boilers, Piachbeck's improved mode of cleaning

Propelling vessels, Tuyer's improved means of, 333 Stations and sidings, Freeman's apparatus for moving the tubes of, 384

Proposed channel ferry, Leigh's, 297

ray carriages into, 137

Puddling iron, Ponsard's improvements in apparatus for, Staunch," H.B.M. gunboat, 361, 368, 369
189

Steam and latent heat, Benevides'apparatus for indicating WAGGON jack, Ball's improved screw carriage and, 6
Pulveriser, stone crusher and mineral, 8

the properties of, 245; boilers, Green and Son's im Walker's improvements in gas meters, 134

Pumping machinery at the Mauritius dry dock, Gwynno proved construction of, 387; boilers, Brusch's improve- Washing and shearing animals, Wilson's apparatus for,

and Co.'s, 294

ments in operating the dampers of, 333; engine gover 245

Pump, Baumann's steam, 371

nor, Bournes' spherical, 209; engine of ten-horse Water, Chameroy's improvements in apparatus for regulat-
Pumps for the Oudh and Rohilcund railway, well, 402 power, Underhill's fixed, 207; engines, Dennison and ing the flow of, 191 ; feeders for boilers, Macabies' sell-
l'yrometer, Siemens,' 329

Teall's iniprovements in, 188; engines, Wilson's im acting, 278; Hawley and Hill's apparatus for pre-
Pyrometors, Bailoy's adjustable, 11

provements in, 440: pump, Baumann's 371; sailing and venting the waste of, 296; heater, Mack's improvoi!
floating dry dock, Morell's, 96; traction engine, Yule's steam, 186 ; meter, Muller's new, 119; meters, Pocock's

improvod, 44; water-heater, Mack's improved, 186 improved, 422; pressure engine, Cooke's improved

Steamship, the engines of the “ Kirkstall,” 386

rotary pump and, 171

RABBETING and sawing wood Llewellyn's improved Steel, Peters's process of manufacturing iron and, 101 Well pumps for the Oudh and Robilcund Railway, 402

cutter for planing, 227

Steering apparatus, Jackson Brothers' improved screw, Werder (Bavarian) rifle, the, 278

Railway axle-boxos, Beuther's improvements in, 348

173

“Wharfdale "two-feeder printing machine, 80
Railways, Morris's improvements in the permanent way Stockings and other looped fabrics,Keely's improvements Wharton's tobacco spinning apparatus, 276
of, 114; Tiranoff's improved system of, 62

in the manufacture of, 351; Clarke's machine for knit. Wilkins's improvements in the construction of ships, 314

Reclamation of the Stadil Fjord, machinery used in, 243

ting, 460

Williams's machine for twisting metal sugers, drille,

Reducing metal rods, bars, and tubes, Hugbes's method of, Stone crusher and mineral pulveriser, 8.

&c, 276
407

Stoves, Prichett's improvements in fireplaces or, 248 Wilson's apparatus for shearing and wasbing animals,
Refrigerating boor and other liquids, Mignot's apparatus Strode's gas regulator, 339

245; improvements in steam engines, 440

for, 404, 405

Substances by magnetism, Vavin's apparatus for separat- Wire rope tramway, Palmer's, 27

Regulator, Strode's, 389

ing, 117

Wood, Llewellyn's improved cutter for bawing and

Regulating the flow of water, Chameroy's improvements Sugar, Hardy's apparatus for the manufacture of, 330 placing, 227
in apparatus for, 191 ; governor engine, Tangye's, 83

Woolo's improvements in double-furrow ploughs, 170

Rifle, the Werder (Bavarian) 279

Robey's feeder for thrashing machine, 438

TANGYE'S high speed regulating governor engine, 83

Rotary engine, Hall's improved, 135; pump and water Ten-horse power fixed steam engine, Underhill's 207

YULE'S Improved steam traction engine, 44
pressuro engine, Cooke's improved, 171

Tenoning and mortising machine, Jelley, Son, and Jones's,
Rohilcund railway, well pumps for tho Oudh and, 402

83, 425

ZELLER'S improvements in broech-loading Arearms, 206

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