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VENTILATION WITHOUT FLUES.
KUKLA'S PATENT

PATENT STOVES,

At 18s., 25., and 50s.
KUKLA'S newly-invented Deflagrator—the first and only perfect GAS STOVE. Guaran-
teed to burn without flue-without dust, smell, or emoke, producing a great and pure heat
with the least expenditure of Gas.-Vide Society of Arts' Journal.
Patronised by the English and French Government.

Scientific in Principle,
Simple in Construction,

Healthy and efficient in use.
The Deflagrator Stove is cheap, portable, and suited for every situation; and from the
principle on which it is constructed (viz., expanding to a sixfold volume the gas used) is capable
of warming any given space more quickly and more thoroughly than any other means : while
its addition forms a sure remedy for any ill-warmed or ill-ventilated apartments.

The 25s. Deflagrator warms a room of 2,000 cubic feet at a cost of 3d. per day,

The 50s. Deflagrator warms 5 to 6,000 cubic feet at a cost of 6d. per day (twelve hours).
Also, the Greenhouse Stove at 18s.

Patentee and sole Manufacturer, F. X. KUKLA, 194 Pentonville-road, London.

Country orders promptly attended to. Carriage free to any Railway in London.
Post-office Orders should be made payable to FRANCIS XAVIER KUKLA, General Office.

N.B.-Every Stove separately tested before sent out.
The New Gás Coveixi (Tore for 10 persons, price £3.

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GAS EXPLOSIONS PREVENTED.
SE THE TUBES AND FITTINGS MADE

BY JOHN RUSSELL and Co. (Established at the commencement of gas-lighting), whose goods are all well tested, and warranted.

J. R. and Co. supplied Thomas Cubitt, Esq., for all hihouses in Belgravia, the Queen's Palace, &c., which localit is coverbially free from gas.

J. R. and Co. are the Inventors of the Lap-Welded Tube for Steam Boilers, and have recently obtained a latent fo. an improvement in them.

J. R. and Co. are the holders of the First Prize Medals for Gas-Tubes and Fittings and Boiler Tubes.

WORKS:
THE OLD TUBE WORKS, WEDNESBURY.
THE ALMA WORKS, WALSALL.

WAREHOUSES :
69 UPPER THAMES-STREET, LONDON,

35 GRANBY-ROW, MANCHESTER. (168 A NEW DISCOVERY IN WASHING HOUSEHOLD

LINEN.
FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT

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TRACTION ENGINES,

(BOYDELL'S PATENT,) MANUFACTURED BY CHARLES BURRELL,

ST. NICHOLAS WORKS, THETFORD, NORFOLK,

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It effectually cleanses the Crevices of Baby-linen, Collars,
Wristands, &c., without the possibility of injuring the
Linen or Collars. Received 500 Testimonials.

PRICES.
No. 2 Washes 9 Shirts in from 3 to 10 minutes ;
or 4 Sheets in 5 minutes -

£5 5
No. 3 Washes 12 Shirts in from 3 to 10 minutes;
or 6 Sheets in 5 minutes

7 11
0. 4 Washes }8 Shirts in from 3 to 10 minutes
or 12 Sheets in 5 minutes

12 12
And all other Articles in proportion.
J. L. HANCOCK, Sole Manufacturer and Patentee,
R2 Penton ville-road, London.

(37) CHADBURN BROTHERS' PATENT METALLIC STEAM GAUGES.

And ordered for India, Australia, and
South America, may now be seen, com-
plete and in course of construction at the
above works, BOYDELL'S TRACTION
ENGINES AND ENDLESS RAILWAY will
draw heavier loads over good roads than
any other traction engine, and on soft
and bad roads will draw heavy loads
where no other traction enginc can move
itself. All objection to the wear and
tear of these Engines is entirely ré-
moved by the use of Charles Burrell's
improved patent Wrought Iron Wheels,
fitted with Rails and Tyre, as well as ali
the wearing parts, of steel.
47 Apply also to Mr. Hemming,
Mark Lane, E.C.

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W.BLACKETT.
HOPE IRON WORKS.

THESE GAUGES have been in vse more than three years,
SOUTHWARK BRIDGE ROAD.

and have given general satisfaction. Those first fixed are

now in as good working condition as ever. Testimonials, LONDON.

&c., may be seen at CHADBURN Bros.' Works, Sheffield.

The Gauges may be had of Messrs. Elliott Bros., Strand; Mr. Fenn, Newgate-street; Messrs. Dring and Fage, Tooley-street; Messrs. Nigretti and Zambra, Holborn.

(286) LUND'S LONDON LEVER

FOR Drawing
Corks is the most

simple and efticaW. RIACKETT bas in Stock a variety of Vertical and Horizontal Steam Engines, Boilers, and

cious Instrument

ever offered to the Engineers' Tools, ready for delivery on the shortest notice. Apply as above. (70)

public for removing the Corks from Bot

tles without disturbTHE RAILWAY CARRIAGE COMPANY,

ing the contents. The use of this Lever prevents the possibility of any injury to

the hand by the accidental breaking of the OLDBURY, NEAR BIRMINGHAM.

neck of the Bottle.

Sold by all Cutlers and Ironmongers,

and at the Patentee's Wholesale WareLONDON OFFICE---34 GREAT GEORGE STREET, WESTMINSTER,

house, 23, 24, 25 Fleet Street, London.

(178) Manufacturers of every Description of

Yo
RAILWAY PLANT AND IRONWORK.

ORKSHIRE TYRE & AXLE WORKS,

ROTHERHAM.
LOCOMOTIVE TYRE-BARS

of every description for NEW and SECOND-HAND RAILWAY WAGGONS always in Stock for SALE or HIRE Engines, Carriages, and Railway Waggon Wheels.

STEEL-IRON for Springs. MERCHANT and other Irons (273) manufactured. 'WM. F. HOYLE, Proprietor. (278

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4th edition, post Svo, cloth, 10s.

IMPORTANT TO MANUFACTURERS, extensive additions. See MECHANICS' MAGAZINE,

MILL OWNERS, &c. 10th Junc, 1859, page 376. LONGMAN & Co.

(295)

TO INVENTORS AND PATENTEES. Just published, in 8vo. sewed, price One Shilling, free

GUTTA PERCHA MILL BANDS. by post. IGH SPEED STEAM NAVIGATION

MESSRS.

THE GUTTA PERCHA COMPANY bez to fection be defined in the form of a steam-ship, a Propeller: ROBERTSON, BROOMAN, & Co.,

Strapping for Driving-bands, Lathe-straps, &c., fully

justifies the strong recommendations they have everywiure solution of the Scientific World, and for the consideration

received. of the British Admiralty. By ROBERT ARMSTRONG.

Their durability and strength-permanent contractability London : E. and F. N. SPON, 16 Bucklersbury. (201)

and uniformity of substance-their non-susceptibility i Now published, 8vo. cloth, Price 7s.6d.

AND PATENT AGENTS,

injury from contact with oils, grease, acids, alkalies, or THE SHRAPNEL SHELL in ENGLAND

water-and the facility with which the only joint required

(ESTABLISHED 1823,) and in BELGIUM, with some reflections on the use

can be made in bands of from 200 to 300 feet long-render of this projectile in the late Crimean War. An Historico- 166 FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C. them superior to leather for almost all working purposes, Technical Sketch, by Major-General Bormann, Aide-de

and decidedly more economical.
Camp to his Majesty the King of the Belgians.
Specifications Drawn and Revised.

TESTIMONIALS.
London : TRUBNER and Co., 60 Paternoster-row. (289
Third Edition. Price ls. 6d., or on Black Rollers and

Disclaimers and Memorandums of Alteration IMPORTANT ANNUAL SAVING.
Varnished, 3s, 6d.

Prepared and Filed. REDUCED ORDNANCE MAP of England

From TRUMAN, HANBURY, BUXTON, & Co., Brewery,

London. and Wales, and the Southern Parts of Scotland; with all the Lighthouses, Sands, and Soundingsround the ROBERTSON, BROOMAN, & Co.,

"In reply to your inquiry, we have much pleasure in

bearing our testimony to the advantages, both as regards and Mail Packet communications. By J. COOPER. Also,

economy and saving of time, effeeted by the nse of your a MAP of the BRITISH ISLES, 5 ft. 6 in. by 5 ft., mounted

“MECHANICS' MAGAZINE” & PATENT OFFICE Patent Gutta Percba Bands in lien of Leather Straps. "The on Mahogany Rollers and Varnished, price 30s. The same

stoppage of one portion of our works through the failing of Map, on Black Rollers and Varnished, 258.

166 FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C. (16) the leather strap used to be of daily occurrence—but with Published by W. EVERETT and SON, 34 Bouverie

this annoyance we are now never troubled. We have had Street, City. E.C.

INDIA-RUBBER VALVES FOR STEAM these straps in operation for nearly three years, and are New Publications of H. Bailliere. Drawings and Information as to the best modes of fitting

at least THIRTY POUNDs a year." MACHINERY; embracing the Performances of

cations of VULCANISED INDIA-RUBBER, are furnished Steam Ships, Experiments with Propelling Instruments, post-free by

From JAMES ABERNETHY & Co., Fury Hill Foundry Condensers, Boilers, accompanied by Analysis of the CIIÄRLES MACINTOSH & Co., Patentees,

Aberdeen. same; the whole being Original Matter. By B. F. ISHER- Cambridge-st., Manchester, and 3 Cannon-st. West, London. “We have now had Gutta Percha Bands working here woon, Chief Engineer of the U. S. Navy. 8vo, Plates, 6s. MANUFACTORY and DEPÔT, Cambridge-st., Manchester, for three years. One of them has been driving the lan CULLER'S PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS

GENERAL WAREHOUSE, 3 Cannon-street West, London, blast for our smith's shop for all that time, and for any; AND METEOROLOGY; with 530 Woodcuts and E.C.-C. M. and Co.'s only Establishments. (139

thing we sce, may drive it as long again. The speed of Two Coloured Engravings. 8vo, 18s.

TO BRASS-FOUNDERS, ENGINEERS, &c.

the fan is but 1,200 per minute. We have used them with

complete satisfaction, driving circular saws, and in some W . . EISBACH'S MECHANICS OF MACHI.

WHE PATENT PLUM cases where leather bands would have been quite inappli.

We have uniformly endeavoured to with 900 Woodcuts, £1 19s.

having completed the enlargement have the drums and pulleys so proportioned to the strin,

of their premises, beg to call the as that there is no chance of the band slipping; anil with CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY; or, Chemistry in its

attention of all users and shippers this precaution, and taking care in using cross bands that Applications to the Arts and Manufactures.--Fuel and its

of Melting Pots to the great supe they do not rub, we are quite satisfied that they are Applications. Vol. I., in 2 Parts, 8vo, most fully Illus

riority of the PATENT CRUCI. superior in every respect to leather-stronger at the same trated with 433 Engravings and 4 Plates. £1 16s.

BLES, which have been used dur weight, and keeping quite straight in working-requiring (This is the Second Edition of Knapp's Technology.)

ing the last three years by some no lacings, and very seldom any repairs." Vol. II., 8vo, contains : Glass, Alum, Potteries, Cements,

of the largest melters in England Gypsum, &c. With numerous Illustrations, £1 ls.

and abroad. In addition to their Vol. III.,8v0., contains : Food Generally, Bread, Cheese,

capabilities of melting an average WATER POISONED BY LEADEN PIPE 8. Tea, Coffee, Tobacco, Milk, Sugar. With numerous Illus

of from thirty-five to forty pourtrations and Coloured Plates, £1 25.

ings, they are unaffected by change UEKETTS (JOHN) PRACTICAL TREA

of temperature, never crack, but TISE ON THE USE OF THE MICROSCOPE.

can be used till worn out, requiring only one annealThird Edition, with 11 Steel and numerous Wood Engra- ing for several days' work, and become heated much vings. 8vo., £1 Is.

more rapidly than ordinary pots, effecting thereby

a saving of more than fifty per cent, in time, labour, fuel, including the Application of the Science in the Arts

manufacture and import clay crucibles, muffles, portable Second Edition, with numerous Woodcuts. 2 vols., 8vo., £2. furnaces, sublimate pans and covers, glass-pots, all descrip

ARCHITECTURE OF THE tions of fire- standing goods, and every requisite for the HEAVENS. Ninth Edition, with 23 Steel Plates assayer and dentists. For Lists, Testimonials, &c., apply and many Woodcuts. 8vo., 16s.

to Battersea Works, London, &c.

43 The above engraving represents accurately a section of

a leaden pipe, which was employed for a short time in ASSAYING. For the use of Metallurgists, Captains

C. F. QUINTIN'S

conveying water from a well on the grounds of Mr. Dick, of Mines, and Assayers in geueral. Second Edition, much

of Bonchurch, Isle of Wight.

PATENT BREAD MACHINE. enlarged, with Illustrations, &c., kl ls. UARTERLY (THE) JOURNAL OF THE

The Journeyman Baker's and Servant's Friend. It CHEMICAL SOCIETY. Vol. XI., 870., 1859, 133.

lightens their labour and makes our daily Food POISONED WATER PREVENTABLE

clean and pure. H. BAILLIERE having a house in France, America, and Highly commended at the Royal Agricultural Show, Spain, is enabled to supply all Foreign Scientific Publica- Chester, 1858, the Royal Agricultural Show, Dublin, 13th

BY THE USE OF GUTTA PERCHA TUBING. tions as soon as published. He also begs to call attention and 14th April, 1859, and the Society of Arts, Adelphi, to his Large Stock of Scientific works, of which a Catalogue London.

The Gutta Percha Company have been favoured toith the will be sent on application. C. F. QUINTIN's Machines are constructed in various

follorcing letter, London : H. BAILLIERE, Publisher, 219 Regent-street. sizes, from Half-a-Peck to Ten Bushels.

From Dr. MURRAY, Hull.
(136)

Prices from 30s. to £20.
A SA K OF FLOUR MADE INTO Doug in Six MINUTES.

"It is impossible to conceive of anything more injurious Manufactory

or destructive to the health of the community than the use 1 ST JAMES'S SQUARE, CHELTENII AM.

of leaden pipes for the conveyance of water. The poisotos ventor and Patentee of these Plates (now being laid for the

Numerous Testimonials can be seen.

salts of lead thereby communicated are most insidious and Floor of the New Bridge, Westminster, and applicable to

I hail with gratitude the substitution of Gutia Bridge, Wharf, and Fire-proof flooring, and to a variety of TORTON'S GOSSAMER CARTRIDGES, house removed, and its place supplied with one of Gold

Percha Tubing. I have had the leaden pipe of my other important purposes) gives notice that he has withdrawn from this date all Licences whatsoever to manufac

FOR MILITARY FIRE-ARMS.

Perchu Tubing. Nothing can be better. I have also recom

These Cartridges are Manufactured by Mr. JAMES ture or vend his Patent Plates, and taken the management LEETCII, Gunmaker, 68 Margaret-street, Regent-street;

mended it to others, who have adopted the expedient." of the Patent exclusively into his own hands. Applications and by Daw, of Broad-street. for the Plates to be made to the Patentee, who has arranged

(237) for their prompt supply, at his offices, 11 Bridge-strect, DWIN JEWITT, ENGRAVER ON WOOD Westminster, s. w., and 97 Capel-street, Dublin.

A variety of Gutta Percha Articles, such as Mill 18th May, 1859. AND DRAFTSMAN, 1 Pickett-place, Strand, near Bands, Tübing, Sheet, Soles, Pump Buckets

, CR, WALTER HALL is prepared to Grant Designs accurately engraved. Manufacturers and Trades- Bosses, Union Joints, Bottles, Bowls, Flasks, Licences, or to Dispose of his Patent for working men's Catalogues Illustrated. W.C.

(84) Curtain and Cornice Rings, Solid Frames, GalRailway Breaks. Particular be had of Mr. HALL, who

vanic Batteries, &c., &c. may be addressed by letter to the care of the MECHANICS'

TULCANISED INDIA-RUBBER MACHINE MAGAZINE, 166 Fleet-streot, E.C.

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BANDING IS NOT AFFECTED BY WIT, HEAT, OR COLD;
RAILWAY SLEEPERS, &c.
does not stretch nor slip on the pulleys. HOSES for

MANUFACTURED BY THE
BREWERIES, &c., will not impart TASTE, SMELL, or
JE are prepared

to sell, by Private Con- colour : also for conducting, or steam purposes. Washers, Gutta various dimensions in use.

Articles made to order. All Goods warranted to stand Also, any quantity of Larch, and Scoth Fir Poles, 300° Fahrenheit.

18 WHARF ROAD, CITY ROAD, LONDON, Planks, Deals, Staves, and Pitwood. N.B.-Sole Contractors to the Lords Commissioners of

AND BOLD DY TELIS Early applications will meet the best attention of

the Admiralty. REID and FORBES.

DODGE and GIANDONATI (late Dodge, Bacon, and Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN TOWN AND COUNTRY 45 High-street, Inverness, N.B. (282)

44 St. Paul's Churchyard, London, E.C. (208)

Prrcha Campang, Patrufris,

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THI
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH COM- all Telegraphic Cables, will, it is believed, result in the tion of expenses thereon, according to the conditions of the
PANY.-(Incorporated by Special Acts of Parliament, working of messages at twice the rate that has lately

been Prospectus) shall be returned to me in case the said amount whereby the liability of each Shareholder is strictly limited expected from an Atlantic Cable.

is not subscribed for. to the amount individually subscribed for by him.) Five İthe Directors will enter into no engagement or contract

Name... Pound Shares. Issue of Preferential Shares. Guaranteed without seeking the mature advice of the highest scientific

Address.. 8 per Cent. by Her Majesty's Government on the conditions and practical authorities in this country and in America, with

Profession or description.. herein specified. Fixed income on the Cable when in work whom they are in treaty, and whose names will shortly be

Date from the Governments of Great Britain and the United published. This will enable them to decide with confidence Reference to... States, £34,000 per annum, irrespective of mercantile and upon the external form and construction of the Cable, its Of.. other messages. Special advantageous Traffic arrange- specific gravity, its insulation, and the size of its con

N.B.-A reference will, in all cases, be required where ment with the entire Telegraphic System in America.

ductor.
The Directors are fully alive to the importance of a

the applicant is not a Shareholder, or already known at the

Office or to the Directors,

and it is expected that a sum far less on application, and a further sum

Applications to be enclosed to the Secretary, GEORGE than that

(299) of £2 per share on allotment.

ample to cover the manufacture, insurance, and submersion DIRECTORS.

of the Cable ; but the first object of the Directors will be CHAIRMAN—The Right Hon. JAMES STUART WORTLEY,

to secure the most perfect and the best manufactured Cable tinue to grant Licenses to manufacture and uso Upper Sheen House, Mortlake. that can be constructed.

AXLE-BOXES under their PATENTS, which include those Vicz-CHAIRMAX—C. M. LAMSON, 64 Queen-street, Cheap- contractors, which, ir accepted, will ensure the manufacture NORMANVILLE, VIGURS,

and others. Proposals have already been received from respectable of Messrs. ADAMS and RICHARDSON, WRIGIITON, side, London, Samuel Gurney, M.P., 65 Lombard-street, London.

of the new Cable at the smallest cost consistent with effi- These are the only AXLE - BOXES that effectually Francis Le Breton, 3 Crosby-square, London,

ciency aud durability. These offers are such as would EXCLUDE DUST, and prevent the escape of grease, by J. W. Brett, 2 Hanover-square, London.

ensure, under the protection of effective penalties, its which an important saving is effected in the wear and tear W. Brown (Messrs. Brown, Shipley, and Co.), Liverpool.

careful submergence and its efficient working for one of the JOURNALS and BEARINGS and the CONSUMPRobert Dalglish, M.P., Glasgow. month.

TION of GREASE. Capt. A. T. Hamilton, 12 Polton-row, Piccadilly.

As a further precaution, the Directors contemplate being Further particulars and Licenses may be obtained of George Peabody, 22 Old Broad-street, London. able to take out a policy of insurance to cover the risk of

P. M. PARSONS, Manager. John Pender, Mount-street, Manchester.

the
The carliest operations entered into will be directed to

. 9 Arthur-street West, London-bridge, E.C. (283) SECRETARY-George Saward,

INDIA-RUBBER BANKERS—The Bank of England.

which purpose the Directors have obtained permission
SOLICITORS—Freshfield and Newman.

from the Government to employ, in the first instance, a
sum not exceeding £20,000 out of the new guaranteed

Inflating Bed-chairs, Air Beds, Pillows, Bolsters, and Air Communication by Electric Telegraph between Great capital. If successful in these endeavours, the British application.-JAMES

Cushions made any size or design. Price Lists post free on

LYNE HANCOCK, Vulcanized Britain and America is no longer a theoretical proposition, Government consent to commence at once to pay £14,000 India-Rubber Works, Goswell-mews, and 8 Goswell-road, but an accomplished fact.

London, E.C.

(257) The development of this enterprise-one of the greatest Cable is laid, whether the effort to resuscitate the ola of modern times—is entirely due to the Atlantic Telegraph Cable be successful or not. The subsidy of 70,000 dollars ANSOME'S PATENTED PROCESS FOR Company. per annum from the United States Government will also

PRESERVING STONE, CEMENT, STUCCO, &c. In consequence, however, of the accidents and injuries commence at once if the attempts to restore the old Cable - By this process the softest and most friable Stone, Ceto which the first Cable was subjected before its final and are successful. successful submergence, a considerable loss, and still The Directors will not commence any works nor conclude rishable, DECAY AT ONCE ARRESTED AND PREVENTED.

ment, or Stucco, can be rendered Impervious and Impegreater disappointment, have resulted to the original any contracts till the amount of Shareholders; but the Directors are sanguine as to the

For Particulars, Specimens, Illustrations, and Agencies, permanent success which awaits their future exertions. that, if the subscriptions do not amount to that sum at

apply to Mr. Frederick Ransome, Whitehall Wharf, Can to about to least, they will return to the Subscribers the deposit A Liberal Discount allowed to the Trade or to Shippers.

non-row, Westminster; or Patent Stone Works. Ipswich. be issued will not be affected by the losses of the first pro- advanced by them, dereliminary expenses attendant on

trifling prietors.

(175) The Preferential Capital will consist of 120,000 Shares of the issue of this new capital,

and any portion of the £20,000 BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. £5 per share.

which may have been expended in attempting to raise or TENT SPHERICAL SELF-ADJUSTING It is proposed to call up 50 per cent. of this amount, viz., resuscitate the old Cable which shall not be balanced by the

P BEARINGS, which do not heat in work. The ad108. per Share to accompany the application for the Shares, value of the Cable so recovered. and a further sum of £2 per Share on allotment.

It is believed by the Directors that, under the foregoing vantages possessed by these Bearings are :These Shares will have all the privileges of guaranteed proposed arrangements, a very promising investment is

1st. They are Self-adjusting; and, consequently, can be Preferential Shares in the Atlantic Telegraph Company, offered to the original Shareholders and to the public, and

put down by the most ordinary Mechanic. under the following resolution of the Extraordinary General that the accomplishment of the great work is thereby ren

2nd. They are not liable to heat, even at high speeds. Shareholders' Meeting of June 8, 1859. dered to a large extent secure and certain.

3rd. They remain constantly parellel to the Spindle; and,

therefore, wear equally all across the Bearing. below, addressed to the Secretary of the Company,

4th. They require only a very small quantity of oil. much thereof as may from time to time be issued shall

at the offices, 22 Old Broad-street, E.C., London; the first Engravings and Prices forwarded on application to the be and is hereby constituted Preferential Capital of the

Patentees. Atlantic Telegraph Company, and the Shares therein

deposit of 108. per Share being at the same time remitted

to either of the undermentioned bankers. This amount shall be entitled to receive upon the amounts from

WALLIS & HASLAM, time to time paid up, a Dividend of 8 per cent. per

will be returned in full, if the shares are not allotted. Engineers and Iron Founders, North Hants Iron Works, annum, payable half-yearly, out of the balance of profit

By order,

Basingstoke.

(121) GEORGE SAWARD, Secretary. in each half-year. 22 Old Broad-street, London, 1859.

NEW
That after 8 per cent. shall have been paid on such
Preferential Shares, all the old capital of the Company
shall next become entitled to a dividend of 4 per cent.

SUMMARY OF PROSPECTUS.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, &c. All Classes of Passengers “ That after such 8 and 4 per cent. shall have been

booked throughout in the Finest Steam and Sailing Packets. 1. Total issnc, £600,000 in Shares of £5 respectively provided for, the whole capital of the

Full Particulars in our circulars for 1859, may be had gratis Company shall participate equally, pro ratâ, in any Government, to commence on the opening of the Cable to Street, City, and 6 Tower Hill, London; and at 35 Bath additional profits." the public.

Street, Liverpool.

(187) The dividend on the Preferential Shares is ensured by 3. After the 8 per cent, is paid to the Preference Shares, the guarantee of the British Government of 8 per cent. per and 4 per cent. on the old capital, the Preference Shares

BRASS AND COPPER TUBES. annum for twenty-five years on all amounts called up and are to divide the balance of profit, pro ratâ, with the old UNTZS PATENT SOLID ROLLED einployed not exceeding £600,000, the conditions being that capital. the Cable shall be laid and work successfully.

4. Subsidy of £20,000 per annum from the British Govern- used on the principal Home and Foreign Railways, and In case of temporary suspension of working, from injuryment.

for Marine Boilers by the Government and leading Steamto the Cable or other causes, the Government will allow a 5. Subsidy of 70,000 dols., or more than £14,000 per

Packet Companies, are cheaper and more durable than the liberal time for its restoration, during which time they will annum, from the United States Government.

ordinary tubes. continue their guarantee.

6. Security, under a special contemplated policy of in- Address, GEORGE RICHARDSON and co., The dividend during the time the Cable is successfully surance, against the entire or partial loss of the Cable

1 New Broad-street, E.C.

(277) at work is further secured by subsidies amounting to during submersion. £20,000 a-year from Her Majesty's Government, and 7. Offer of contractors to make, and lay down, and work FATHEMATICAL DRAWING INSTRI. 70,000 dollars or more than £14,000 a-year from the Govern- the Cable successfully.

MENTS, RULES, TAPES, CHAINS, LEVELS, ment of the United States.

8. Advantageous agreement with the New York, New- THEODOLITES, BOX SEXTANTS, PRISMATIC and The Company's minimum secured or absolute revenue, foundland, and London Telegraph Company, whereby POCKET COMPASSES. Price Lists of the above articles therefore, without taking into account the great receipts special facilities for traffic are secured over all the telegraphic sent

post free, by John ARCHBUTT, 20 Westminster Bridge that may be expected from commercial and other messages, systems in America,, and reductions of tariff over many of Road, Lambeth, near Astley's Theatre. Every article will be £34,000 a-year, commencing from the day when them.

warranted, and the prices will be found considerably lower the Cable is successfully laid.

9. Return of deposits to subscribers if the capital sub

than ever before charged for articles of similar quality. The connexion which has already been established between scribed is inefficient.

Routledge's Engineers Slide Rules, 4s. 6d. each ; Hawthis Company and the New York, Newfoundland, and

thorn's ditto, 58. 60. : Carpenters' Ruiles from Is. (148) London Telegraph Company secures a full participation in

BANKERS (who will receive deposits). the valuable privileges and traffic arrangements possessed LOxbox-London and Westminster Bank.

PUMPING MACHINERY. by them over all the telegraphic systems in British North

of Liverpool. America and in the United States.

Bank.

manufacture and supply the following Machinery, of In addition to the fixed annual subsidies already spoken

GLASGOW-Union Bank of Scotland.

the most approved construction and with all the latest of, the Atlantic Telegraph Company will, by means of this

improvements :-Portable and Fixed Steam-Engines and connexion, enjoy special advantages with reference to re- APPLICATION FOR SIIARES IN THE PREFERENTIAL CAPITAL Boilers of every description ; Waterwheels, Windmill ductions in Tariff, and special facilitics for the transmission

OF THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPI COMPANY.

Horse and Hand-power Machines; Pumping Machine: cf “through" passages over the whole Continent of America, enabling them to serve the public in a manner

Five Pound Shares.—8 Per Cent. Guaranteed.

for the supply of Towns, Cities, and Districts, and for th

Irrigation of Coffee, Cotton, Indigo, Sugar-cane, and Ricu that cannot be competed with, and at a profit to themselves

To the Directors of the Atlantic Telegraph Company. Estates, for pumping out Coffer-dams, Canals, Dry Docks, which could not be attained by any other Company.

Gentlemen,-Having this day paid to the Company's Reservoirs, &c. They also manufacture and supply the The construction of the next and future Cables will, Bankers the sum o! S

, being 10s. per Share now Pumping and other Machinery for Paper, Pulp, and Fulling in many essential particulars, differ from that of the applied for, I request you to allot me Shares of Mills, Breweries, Distilleries, Tanneries, Starch Works, first.

Five Pounds each in the Guaranteed Preferential Capital of Bleaching, Dyeing, and Calico Printing Works, Chemical The experience now possessed by the Company of the the Atlantic Telegraph Company on the conditions stated Works, Silk, Cotton, and Flax Mills, and Manufactories in course along which the Cable has been laid, and which is in the prospectus; and I hereby, undertake to pay the general. A Letters not paid will be refused. Illustrated the only line across the Atlantic Ocean hitherto demon- further deposit of £2 per share thereon immediately on Price Lists forwarded on receipt of Six Postage Stamps. strated to be practicable for submerging a Telegraph Cable, allotment, and the future calls as and when they are made -GWYNNE AND Co., Hydraulic and Mechanical En. is of the greatest value.

by the Directors. It being understood that no further calls gineers, Essex-wharf, strand, London. The further experience of this Company in the electrical are to be made until the minimum amount of £300,000 has For Exportation. The above can be obtained throug and other phenomena developed by them on the longest

of | been subscribed for, and that the deposit (less the propor- British Merchants, Shippers, and Colonial Agents. (24)

Resolved="" That the said Capital of £600,000, or so foar blication court that be received in the form set

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T. SUFFIELD AND

Call the particular attention of SHIP-OWNERS, SHIP-BUILDERS, AND COMMANDERS OF STEAM AND SAILING VESSELS,

to the Simple and Efficient Arrangements of their PATENT PUMPS AND FIRE-ENGINES,

Both Fixed and Portable, with PATENT VALVES and other Improvements. Theso Pumps are free from that liability to choke which is common to other Pumps, and their Working Parts are not susceptible of derangement either from wear or from being long out of use. They pass entirely through them, with ease, any substance that may enter the Suction Pipes. The Novelties in these Pumps are their adaptation to the varied duties of Ships Pumps, the facilities they afford for Cleansing the Suction Pipes, and for Sounding or Examining the Valves; the readiness with which they may be used for Ventilating the Bilge, or for acting as a Syphon either for Watering the Ship, or for extinguishing Accidental Fires on board : the rapidity with which they can be converted into Fire Pumps, or be applied to the Washing of Decks; and their capability of Pumping from Soveral Compartments. Also, to their

MARINE ENGINE-ROOM TELEGRAPHS,
Which excelled all others in the recent series of Trials in Her Majesty's Navy at Sheerness. These invaluable instruments have been supplied and sent
to almost all parts of the world, and in no case has there been any complaint of their working.
Testimonials, bearing uniform evidence of the complete success of these Telegraphs, may be had upon application.

IMPROVED ENGINE-ROOM COUNTERS,
Suitable for testing the speed of all classes of machinery.

IMPROVED

HYDROMETERS, SALINOMETERS,
With Coolers and Dippers for same. Injection Tallow-Cocks, and various kinds of Syringes.

IMPROVED MARINE DISTILLING APPARATUS,
Which will be found both Simple and Efficient for the Distillation of Fresh from Salt Water.

IMPROVED SHIPS' WATER-CLOSETS,
Made to act when placed either above or below the water level. These Closets are simple, efficient, and mechanically arranged for their various

requirements, and are not liable to derangement.

IMPROVED STEAM COCKS, WATER GAUGES, And all kinds of Steam Fittings of the very best quality. As a large Stock of every variety of this class of goods has been much sought after, we trust the present one (especially considering it can Þe so readily examined in our new premises) will be fully appreciated and meet with the attention it deserves.

GRAUTOFF'S IMPROVED STEAM AND VACUUM GAUGES (For which we are the sole appointed Agents) and which after having been tested for some time, are now patronised by the Lords of the Admiralty.

Besides BOURDON'S and other Guages which are also supplied by us to order.
IMPROVED STEAM WHISTLES, LUBRICATORS, LAMPS, OIL FEEDERS, ,

And Stores of every description are supplied by us on the shortest notice.

T. SUFFIELD & CO. Being practical Brass Manufacturers, Copper Smiths, Plumbers, Engineers, and Gun Metal Steam Cock Makers, are in a position to undertake and carry out with very great dispatch and economy all orders entrusted to them. In PAINTING and DECORATIVE Work also, lengthened experience enables them to compete most successfully with others, and they are at all times most ready to furnish estimates for this class of work when required to do so.

T. SUFFIELD AND CO.

Also respectfully solicit the attention of STEAM SHIP BUILDER$ and OWNERS to their Large and Varied STOCK of

ASSORTED STORES FOR MARINE PURPOSES.

They keep a Large Stock of Goods, of their own Manufacture and from the Best Makers, constantly on view; so that by a visit to their Works or Depot, much valuable time may be saved by Managers, Engineers, and other Gentlemen who may require such Stores, together with a further saving in sbe cost of such Articles.

DEPOT, 116 FENCHURCH STREE'I', E.C.,

(OPPOSITE MARK LANE.)
MANUFACTORY, 12 & 13 BERMONDSEY WALL, S. E.

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MEDALS AWARDED TO
THOMAS GLOVER'S PATENT DRY GAS-METERS.

VIZ.:
GREAT EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1851. I NEW YORK EXHIBITION, 1855.

VINEGAR... Patronised by Her Majesty's
AND PARIS UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION, 1855.

CONDY'S PATENT PURE LONDON, March 25, 1859.

CONCENTRATED MALT VINEGAR. Thomas GLOVER takes this opportunity of thanking Gas Companies and his other Customers for the very liberal support and patronage he has received during the past year, which has far exceeded his most sanguine anticipations, Families, by using this delicious VINEGAR, insure having sold a greater number of his PATENT DRY GAS-MÉTERS since the dissolution of his partnership with Mr. purity and effect a saving of 50 per cent. See “Report of Croll than he was ever previously enabled to do in any one year.

Dr. Letheby, City Officer of Health, Dr. Hassall, of the Thomas GLOVER confines his sole attention to the business of Gas-Meter Making. The propriety of his doing so is "Lancet? Commission, and others.” Sold by the Trade, in satisfactorily proved by his success; and, without the practice of any quackery, or any attempt to delude the public by Bottles, labelled and capsuled. Wholesale-63 King Wilan absurd exhibition of “Old and New Valves," his Meters are in general use by the Metropolitan Gas and other liam-street, London-bridge, E.C. Six Quart Samples sent Companies in this country and abroad. For example, one Metropolitan Company have now in use above 12,500 of his free to any Railway for 3s. 6d.

(216) Patent Dry Gas-Meters; some of these Meters have been fixed for Fourteen Years, and are still in working order, without complaint from either the Company or the Consumer.

ARTESIAN

WELLS, BORING TOOLS, Thomas Glover thinks it necessary to put Gas Companies on their guard against partics selling Patent Dry Gas- PUMPS, &c. Engineers, Architects, Surveyors, Meters constructed in imitation of his, but unskilfully made on erroneous principles, and with improper and unsuitable Builders or others requiring a good supply of Water may materials.

have any quantity procured by W. SPELLER, 14 York-street THOMAS GLOVER's Workshops are now the most extensive in this or any other country, and he is thereby enabled Blackfriars'-road, London, where may be had any quan promptly to execute orders to any extent required. Purchasers may at any time inspect his Works and the Materials of tity of Tools for Sinking or Boring, from 2 to 20 inches which his Meters are constructed. He is ready to enter into Contracts with Gas Companies and others to uphold their diameter, and from 100 to 2,000 feet depth ; also Men and Stock of his Meters for Twenty Years at an annual charge varying from 24 to 5 per cent., and to leave always in the Tools to bore for Railroads, Minerals, &c., in any part of hands of Gas Companies Three Years' charge for upholding, as a guarantee for the fulfilment of the Contract.

the world. Boring Tools and suitable Pipes for exportatation, with full instructions for their use.

Builders, Contractors, Brickmakers, Barge and ship THOMAS GLOVER.

Builders, and others, can be supplied with Wrought or PATENT DRY GAS-METER MANUFACTURER, Wells

, from

3 to it inches in the bore, and from 6 to 136 SUFFOLK STREET, CLERKENWELL GREEN, AND

Hot-Water Apparatus for Conservatories, &c., on the

most economical and improved principles. ALLEN STREET, GOSWELL STREET, E.C.

(293) Also Manufactory for Captain John Grant's much improved Cooking Apparatus.

(44) D. HULETT & CO.,

Y LADSTONE & Co., CONTRACTORS

and ENGINEERS. 55 and 56 HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON,

2 John-Street, Minories, London, E.C.,

Are prepared to ESTIMATE FOR and CONSTRUCT Patentees and Manufacturers of the only good Mercurial Gas Regulator, BRIDGES, PIERS, JETTIES, &c., in Iron, Wood, or INVITE the attention of Gas Companies and the Trade generally to their Improved GAS-METERS, which they warrant

Stone. Also to supply Cranes, Girders, Turntables, and cqual to any in Quality, Workınanship, and Simplicity of Construction, and the only Meters from which Gas cannot be Railway Work and Plant generally.

(199) obtained without being duly registered. Manufacturers of

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
GAS CHANDELIERS, GLASS LUSTRES, IALL LANTERNS, VESTIBULES, BRACKETS, PENDANTS;
Double Cone, Albert, Shadowless, and every description of Burner, Union Jets, Batswings, &c.; WILLIAM DRAY AND CO,
IMPROVED FULL-WAY CARTER'S VALVES (much approved of);

FROY SWAN LANE TO
GAS-STOVES, and every article connected with Gas-Apparatus.

ADELAIDE PLACE, LONDON BRIDGE. CAST AND WROUGHT-IRON PIPE, BLACK AND GALVANISED. COPPER, TIN, BRASS,

(227) AND COMPOSITION TUBING.

PIRAL TUBE BRUSHES made with Wire D. HULETT'S IMPROVED SERVICE CLEANSER,

or Whalebone for Tubes of for clearing out Mains, Services, and Interior Fittings-60s. net.

1.13 21 24 27 3 32 4 44 5 ins. diam. BOYLE'S PATENT SILVERED GLASS COMBINATION REFLECTORS AND OUTSIDE LANTERNS.

247, 25/, 267, 28/, 307, 327, 357, 38/, 427, 46/, 50/ per doz Sole Manufacturers of CHURCH & MANN'S PHOTOMETER.

Quantities of Two Dozen and upwards delivered in

London. Large Pattern Books, with every description of Gas-Fittings, Chandeliers, &c., with complete Book of Prices, 12s.

(294)

WILLIAM WALLER, Uddingston, by Glasgow. (213 THE IMPERIAL TRON TUBE COMPANY,

COMPANY, SEYMOUR HOUSE, JUBILEE PLACE,

VOKINS & HURD,
(SUCCESSORS TO GEORGE B. LLOYD & CO.)

CHELSEA
GAS STREET AND BERKLEY STREET,

HOT-HOUSE BUILDERS
BIRMINGHAM,

Hot-Water Apparatus Manufacturers. Manufacturers of Wrought Iron Tubes & Fittings,

Plans and Estimates forwarded on Application. (119) FOR GAS, STEAM, AND WATER.

CHUBB

YHUBB'S LOCKS, FIREPROOF SAFES, PATENT GLASS ENAMELLED AND GALVANIZED TUBES,

CASH AND DEED BOXES.

Complete lists of sizes and prices may be had on application LAP-WELDED IRON BOILER TUBE S.

CHUBB AND SON, (193)

57 St. Paul's CHURCHYARD, LONDON;

23 Lord-street, Liverpool; 16 Market-place, Manchester TO STEAM SHIP OWNERS,

and Wolverhampton.
ENGINEERS, AND
OTHERS.

GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH,

USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY, How's Patent Steam Engine Counters, can be read at sight.

AND PRONOUNCED BY HER MAJESTY'S LAUNDRESS These Counters register the number of revolutions made by an engine or other mechanism. They may be used for

TO BE THE FINEST STARCH SHE EVER USED. ascertaining the duty of Pumping Engines and Water-wheels; the revolutions on board a steam-vessel ; to calculate the slip of the propeller; and in a locomotive to test the slip of the wheels.

WHEN YOU ASK FOR
How's Patent Salinometer, for Steam Boilers using Salt Water.

GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH, By these, the density of the water in the Boiler is at all times accurately shown, and a saving of boiler and fuel is

SEE THAT YOU GET IT, effected. They are adopted by the Admiralty, the Honorable Trinity Corporation, and others. Copies of Testimonials

as inferior kinds are often substituted, from Messrs. Penn, Messrs. Maudslay, and others, will be forwarded on application.

Sold by all Chandlers, Grocers, &c., &c. How's Engine-Room Telegraph, for communicating between Captain and Engineer.

THE Society of Arts Prize Medal, 1855. is a Mechanical Telegraph, and by its peculiar construction, error or misunderstanding is rendered impossible. It SILVERTOWN INDIA-RUBBER WORKS now extensively adopted, and gives great satisfaction. How's Patent Fresh Water Apparatus for Ships' Use.

H. M. DOCKYARD, WOOLWICH. This apparatus is designed for the distillation of Fresh from Salt Water; and on long voyages, and where the supply of water is scanty, it will be found in valuable. Testimonials may be seen.

INDIA-RUBBER MANUFACTURES Patent Steam Pump and Fire-Engine for Ships' Use. This Steam-pump occupies but a small space; works perfectly noiselessly, and throws an immense volume of water. RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. An Illustrated Círcular of Fresh Water Apparatus and Steam-pump combined, free on application. How's Patent Machine for Cutting Bolts, Rods, Spindles, Wire, &c.

Warebouses, 3 and 4 Bishopsgate Within, E.C. (145) Simple in construction, inexpensive, occupies but little spacc, and will not easily get out of order. A Pamphlet Nlustrative of the above, sent free by post, on application to

ISC

SCA FOUNDRY COMPANY, OLD
ENGINEER,
A. P. HOW,

BARRACKS, NEWPORT, MON.

ENGINEERS, AND RAILWAY WAGGON BUILDERS. 81 MARK LANE, LONDON.

Manufacturers of Switches, Points, and Crossings, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ENGINEERS' TOOLS, ENGINE ROOM STORES, &C. &c., SUPPLIED. Chairs, Spikes, Bolts, and General Railway Fittings.

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