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Engineering 1868 Jul-Dec: Index: Letters to the Editor

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Engineering 1868 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1868 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1868 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1868 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1868 Jul-Dec: Index

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  • Accident, The Abergele—A. J. H. Smythe, 196
  • Cable, The Atlantic—James Wylde, 130
  • Casting Toothed Wheels in Halves—G. Barker, 188
  • Cellular Construction—Parr and Strong, 16
  • Coal Mines, Explosions in—R. Waygood, 535
  • Communication with the Continent, Improved—John Fowler, 4
  • Deodorising Town Sewage by Lenk's Process—C. M. Barker, 166
  • Diffusion Process in India, Robert's—F. I. V. Minchin, 5
  • Docks, The Greenock—Capstan, 341
  • Docks, The Greenock—Greenock, 341
  • Dust, Laying the—Henry T. Tomkins, 70
  • Dust, Laying the—An Inhabitant of Baker-street, 108
  • Engine Springs, Traction—S, 480
  • Engines, Portable—Stair Guthrie, 113, 128
  • Engineering, Canadian—S * * * *, 19
  • Engineers in Parliament—J. Newton, 543
  • Engineers, The Society of—W. H. Le Feuvre, 166
  • Engineers, The Society of—A Member of Many Years' Standing, 506
  • Engineers, The Institution of Civil—R. H. Galloway, 481
  • Engineers' Society—Civil and Mechanical, 61
  • Fire Engines, Steam, at Newcastle—Shand and Mason, 329
  • Flax, The Cultivation of, in Ireland—H. P. Bell, 69
  • Fuel, Economy in—A. C. E. Franklin, 445
  • Fuel, Economy in—Chas. F. T. Young, 449
  • Furnace, The Wilson—E. B. Wilson, 567
  • Gasholders, The Construction of—G. B. M., 35
  • Gas Retort, Charging and Drawing Machinery—James Dunbar, 462, 493
  • Gas Retorts, Machinery for Charging—S. J. Best, J. J. Holden, 481
  • Gas Retorts, Machinery for Charging—Job Taylor and Co., 493
  • Gasworks, The Croydon Commercial—George Rait, 214, 215, 329
  • Gear, Self-Adjusting Expansion—A. Cuthell, 271
  • Gear, Self-Adjusting Expansion—W. Walker, 276
  • Gun, The Parsons— P. M. Parsons, 258
  • Halved Pulleys—W. H. Northcott, 174; G. Barker, 188
  • Harbour, Scarborough—Binnacle, 289
  • Harbour, Scarborough—J. W., 289
  • Harbour, Scarborough—F. B. Henslowe, 313
  • Harbour, Scarborough—A. C. Pain, 265, 313
  • Harbour Improvements, Scarborough—W. D. Nisbet, 266
  • Harbour Improvements, Scarborough—Binnacle, 266
  • Harbour Improvements, Greenock — W. R. Kinipple, 371, 376, 412
  • Harbour Improvements, Greenock—A Child of St. Mungo, 397
  • Indian Public Works Appointments—A Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 166
  • Institute of Mining Engineers, The Northern—M. E., 221
  • Liquid Fuel—Francis Wise and Co., 32
  • Liquid Fuel on .Shipboard—Liquid Fuel, 359
  • Locomotive Cotton Press—Appleby Brothers, 201; James Wilson, 204
  • London and Westminster Improved—Gwynne and Co., 159
  • Main Drainage Competition, Farnham—One of Them, 24
  • Marine Propeller, Lowe's—H. V., 225
  • Marine Engine, Murray's Treatise on—R. Murray, 375
  • Musical Notes and Bridge Strains—F. W. Clarke, 32
  • Musical Notes and Bridge Strains—G. P. C., 46, 166
  • Musical Notes and Bridge Strains—W. Airy, 133
  • Process, The Heaton—R. Mushet, 383
  • Process, The Heaton—Ferdinand Kohn, 383
  • Process, The Heaton—L. S. D., 383
  • Process, The Heaton—Arthur Warner, 383
  • Producing Sound by Steam—C. F. T. Young, 332
  • Public Works, Indian Department—E., 332
  • Puddling Process, The—Wm. Carmont, 289, 350
  • Puddling Process, The—Vulcan, 258, 312, 445
  • Puddling Process, The—C. W. Siemens, 312
  • Pumps, Centrifugal—A. L. S., 506
  • Pumps, Centrifugal—Gwynne and Co., 354
  • Pumps, Centrifugal—J. and H. Gwynne, 328
  • Rails, On the Transverse Strength of—W. J. C. Muir, 113
  • Railway Question, The—E. W. Young, 315
  • Railway Economy—J. B. Vidard, 506
  • Railway Carriages, Two-storied—J. B. Vidard, 221
  • Railway Wagons with Jointed Frames—J. B. Vidard, 371
  • Railway Resistances—L. G., 174
  • Railway, The New York " Arcade"—S. B. B. Nowlan, 251
  • Railway Inclines and Blind Sidings—A Subscriber, 251
  • Railway Trains, Vertebrated—W. B. Adams, 91
  • Railway Tunnel, The Channel—G. Remington, 91
  • Railway, Mont Cenis—A. Alexander, 16
  • Railway, The Mont Cenis—A. Alexander, 481, 503, 535, 573
  • Railway, The Mont Cenis—Jas. A. Longridge, 481
  • Railways in Peru—Oswald Younghusband, 141
  • Rollers under Slide Valves—J. W. Moore, 494
  • Science, Museum of Mechanical —J. T. Dexter, 54
  • Screw-Propeller—F. W. Crohn, 342
  • Sewage—J. Conyers Morrell, 413
  • Sewage, Glasgow—W. Robertson, 277
  • Sewage, Glasgow—J. W. 356
  • Sewage, Glasgow—B. V., 356
  • Sewage Projects, Glasgow—F. C. Krepp, 375
  • Sewage Projects, Glasgow—G. H. Roberts, 329
  • Sewage Schemes, Glasgow—A Subscriber, 329
  • Shafting, Lyndon's Bearings for — S. Shelmerdine, 543
  • Ships of the Future, The—J. G. Winton, 289
  • Shields, Iron—James Chalmers, 26
  • Siemens-Martin Process, The—Richardson, Johnson, and Co., 238
  • Slide Valves, Double—Wilson Hartnell, 506
  • Slotting and Planing Machine—W. Collier and. Co., 544
  • Slotting Curved Links—Manning, Wardle, and Co., 156
  • Slotting Curved Links—J. Cleminson, 271
  • Steel Process, The Heaton—H. Bessemer, 500
  • Steel, "Nitrate"—Acier, 500
  • Steel v. Iron Rails—James Deas, 364
  • Steam Boilers, Annular—E. Atkinson, 469
  • Steam Engines, Testing—B. W. Farey, 58
  • Surface Condensers—Artifex, 85
  • Telegraphy, The Use of Numbers in—T. P. G., 117
  • Telegraphs, Indian—Hyde Clarke, 349
  • Trade Societies—W. Allan, 130
  • Transactions of the Society of Engineers—The Editor of the Transactions, 349
  • Tubes, Acoustic—W. C., 18
  • Tunnelling the British Channel—J. G. Winton, 332
  • Tunnel Scheme, The Channel—W. H. V. Sankey, 35
  • Turbines, Barnacled—T. Seydel, 413
  • Turbine Shaft Bearings—A. W., 40
  • War, Munitions of—C. B. Norton, W. J. Valentine, 294
  • Waterwheels, Moorish—John Dickenson, 444

LITERATURE.

  • Annales et Archives de l'Industrie, 281
  • Bricks and Tiles, A Rudimentary Treatise on the Manufacture of, 441
  • Civil Engineer's and Contractor's Price Book, 234
  • Coast Defences, A Treatise on. By Von Scheliha, 12
  • Elementary Geometry. By J. M. Wilson, 439
  • Hydraulic Machinery, The Transmission of Power by Water Pressure. By Sir William Armstrong, 560
  • Index to Foreign Scientific Periodicals Contained in the Patent Office Library, vol. ii., 1867, 320
  • Irrigation in Southern Europe. By Lieutenant C. C. Moncrieff, 479, 549
  • Our Ocean Mail Steamers, The Perils of Navigation and Mail Subsidies, 189
  • Personal Recollections of English Engineers by a Civil Engineer, 551
  • Plane Geometry, A Rudimentary Course of. By R. Wormell, 441
  • Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Portland Cement, 385
  • Report of the Government of the United States on the Munitions of War Exhibited at the Paris Exhibition, 159, 205, 254
  • Rudimentary Series, Weale's, 479
  • Shipbuilding in Iron and Steel. By E. J. Reed, C.B., 438
  • Society of Engineers' Transactions for 1867, 320
  • Strains on Girders. By W. Humber, 440
  • Universal Curve Tables for Ranging Railway Curves, 320

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