The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, 23. köide

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M. Salmon, 1835
 

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Contents

Description of an Angular Rạilway bar By James Woodhouse Esq 218
282
Description of the Parisian Aerial Ship The Eagle By Mr W Baddeley
289
Description of Woodhouses Substitute for Canal Locks By Mr Joseph Gilbert
297
Description of a Sailing and Rowing Treble Boat By Đ
305
tiæ By X Y Z
315
Full Report of the Proceedings in ditto
321
Description of a Portable PrintingPress By Q
346
Description of Carters Patent Paddle Wheel By the Inventor
353
Reclamation of the SteamBoiler patented by Colonel Macerone By Nath Ogle Esq
360
Description of a Simple and Economieal TurningLathe with Notice of Tin Crucibles
369
Lamp tried by a competent Tribunal By U G R
379
Description of an India Pubber LifeBoat By Lieut Robert Wall R
386
Description of Newinvented Lever and SpringBalances By Charles T Coathupe
392
Intemperance not Division of Labour the Bane of the Working Classes By A B
398
Description of MCurdys Duplex Generator
401
Answer of Colonel Macerone to Mr Ogle
407
Tables of Halleys Comet By Mr E Henderson
428
Experiments on Indigo By
436
Reply of Mr Ogle to Colonel Macerone
442
Account of a House fitted up with Gas for Lighting Warming and Cooking By John
448
On the Earl of Stanhopes and Mr Woods Modes of rendering Buildings Fireproof
456
Proposal of a Riverside Railway and Hint for the Improvement of Street Pavement
467
On MGauleys Electro Magnetic Prime Mover By Mr W Baddeley
490
On Fireproof Buildings By Mr C Davy Architect
499
On the New River Company By Mr William Matthews
514
Geometrical Construction of the Orbit of Halleys Comet with Illustrations of its Pheno
521
NEW PATENTS
528
144
529
Description of Rodgerss NeedleThreader By Mr W Baddeley 158
530

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