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Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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  • African Diamond Fields, South, 391, 529, 5S0
  • Air-Compressing Engine at the Manchester Guardian Olttco, Welch and Co.’s, 172, 173 Air Compressor with Holt's Valves, 33
  • Air Gun, Zalinski’s Compressed, 147, 148,158
  • Allis and Co.’s Pumping Engines at Allegheny, Pa., U.S.A., 33,30
  • Ammunition and Gun, The Nordonfelt Six-Pounder Rapid-Firing, 264
  • Ammunition for the Hotchkiss Gun, 203
  • Anti-Torpedo Boat Gun, The Nordcnfelt, 75
  • Apsheron Peninsula, Map of the, 243
  • Armour-Plated Turrets at Bucharest, Experi¬ments against, 200, 207, 208
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co.’s Japanese Iron¬clad, Tho “ Naniwa,” 476
  • Arthur’s Angle-Iron Bevelling Machine, 283
  • Ashton’s Power Meter, 8
  • Auriferous Quartz Mill, Disraeli Mines, 228
  • Australia, Railway Map of, 367
  • Austrian Torpedo “ Falke,” The, 328
  • Autographic Recording Apparatus, Buckton and Co.'s Testing Machine with, 180 Axle-Boxes, Machine for Grinding Case-Hardened Wrought-Iron, 49
  • Axle Cutting and Centring Machine, Harvey’s, 04
  • Azof and the Black Seas, Map of, 152
  • Baku, Wells at, 341, 342 Balance Dynamometer, A, 005
  • Barring Engines, 327
  • Belgian State Railway, Locomotive for, 150, 151
  • Bevel Gear Cutting Machine, Greenwood, Batley, and Co.’8, 220
  • Bevelling Machine, Arthur’s Angle-Iron, 283
  • Black Sea and Azof Sea, Map of, 152
  • Block-Setting” Hercules,” at Mandavee, Stothert and Pitt’s Twenty-Ton, 378
  • Blowers and Pumps, Thwaites’s Rotary, 373, 374
  • Boat, Cran and Co.’s Steam Fishing, 110
  • Boat, Launching a Patrol, 394, 402
  • Boat Torpedo, Yarrow and Co.’s Austrian, 328
  • Boiler, Cadiat’s, 170
  • Boiler Drilling Machine, Kendall and Gent’s, 020
  • Boiler Explosion, The Coventry, 208
  • Boiler Explosion, The Stannington, 17
  • Boiler Explosion, The Stepney, 699
  • Boiler Explosion on tho Tugboat “ Rifleman,” at Cardiff, 274, 289
  • Boiler Explosions in 1885; E. B. Marten’s Annual Report, 290, 297
  • Boiler Plates, Marking Out, 558
  • Boiler, Steam, The Heine, 317
  • Boilers and Compound Engines of the Paddle
  • Steamer “ Kathleen Mavourneen,” 221, 270, 271
  • Boilers and Engines of the s.s. “ Royal Prince,” Dickinson’s, 588, 589,013
  • Boring and Facing Machine, Waller and Co.’s, 600
  • Bray and Heald’s Eccentric, 21
  • Breechloader Gun, 10-inch, with Vavasseur Car¬riage, 123
  • Bridge, The Ilawkesbury, 367, 431
  • Bridge, Native, on the Caucasus, 243
  • Bridge, New York and Brooklyn ; Cable Traction Engines for, 100, 107
  • Bridge at Niagara Falls, Tho Cantilever, 224, 225, 240, 247, 273, 324, 325, 349
  • Bridge Question, A, 399
  • Buckton and Co.’s Testing Machine with Auto¬graphic Recording Apparatus, 180
  • Budd’s Rose Chuck, 012
  • Buffor Stop, Langley’s Hydraulic, 177
  • Burning Liquid Fuel, 504, 665, 009
  • Burrell and Son’s Compound Engines for Steam Launch, 204
  • Burrows’ Automatic Tilting Foundry Ladlo, 213
  • Butterfield and Co.'s Machino for Grinding Case-Hardened Wrought-Iron Axle-Boxes, 49
  • Cable Traction Engines, 100, 107
  • Cable Tramways, 601, 690
  • Cadiat's Boiler, 170
  • Call, Poolo, and Madver’sTelephonic, 549, 550
  • Campina Oil Wells, 99
  • Canada, Map of the Dominion of, 492
  • Cannon, The Hotchkiss Revolving, 70
  • Cantilever Bridgo at Niagara Falls, The, 224, 225, 240, 247, 273, 324, 325, 349
  • Canvas Testing Machine, O'Connor's, 197
  • Carey-Latham Concrete-Making Mnciiine, 217
  • Castings, Steel, 473, 474, 608, 509, 610 Caucasus, Map of tho, 242
  • Caucasus, Native Bridgo on tho, 243
  • Caucasus, Transporton tho, 243
  • Centrifugal Pumps and Hydraulic Propulsion, 299
  • Chilled Rolls, Lathes for Turning, 394
  • Chuck, Budd’s Rose, 612
  • Circular Plates, Taylor and Challen’s Machine for Shearing, 535
  • City Waterworks, The New York, 190
  • Clapp-Grillith Steel Process, Plant for, 310, 317
  • Cleaning Ships' Bottoms, Hydraulic Machinery for, 010
  • " Cleveland,” s.s., Indicator Diagrams from the Engines of the, 207
  • Closed Stokeholds of H.M.S. "Mersey” and “ Rodney," 449
  • Clyde Locomotive Works, 28, 29, 30, 49, 52, 53, 04
  • " Collingwood” Gun, The, 570
  • " Colonies, Her Majesty’s," Map of, 472
  • Combustion, Forced, 461
  • Compound Engines and Boilers of the Paddle Steamer, ” Kathleen Mavourneen,” 221, 270, 271
  • Compound Engines for Steam Launch, Burrell and Sons', 204
  • Compound Express Locomotive (Von Borries’ System) for the Hanoverian State Railways, 418,419, 434
  • Compound Locomotives, 133,385
  • Compressed Air Gun, Zalinski’s, 147, 148, 158
  • Compressor, Air, with Holt’s Valves, 33
  • Concrete-Making Machine, Carey-Latham's, 217
  • Convertible Pulleys, Smith’s, 485
  • Copeland and Co.’s Wall Engine, 23
  • Cotton Pickers, Hollow Shaft for, 254 Counter, Kaiser’s, 189
  • Coupling, Ilcinke’s Railway, 490
  • Coventry Boiler Explosion, The, 208
  • Craig and Co.’s, Thirty-Ton Steam Coaling Crane at Troon Harbour, 320, 321
  • Crampton Locomotives; Eastern Railway of France, 170
  • Cran and Co.’s Steam Fishing Boat, 110
  • Crane and Grain Elevator, Lysters’ Portable, 344
  • Crane, Thirty-Ton Steam Coaling, at Troon Har¬bour, 320, 321
  • Cranks, Flexible, and Propeller Shafting, 398,399
  • Craven Brothers’ Milling Machine, 29
  • Cravens’ Frame-Plate Planing Machine, 53
  • Cruciform Sections, Rolling Mill for, 104
  • Cruise of the "Meander,” The:
  • Ammunition for the Hotchkiss Gun, 263
  • Breechloader Gun, 10-inch, with Vavasseur Carriage, 123
  • Dummy Charges, 205
  • Gatling Gun, The, 25, 20
  • H.M.S. “Meander," 109
  • Hotchkiss 0-Pounder Rapid-Firing Gun, 263
  • Hotchkiss Revolving Cannon, The, 76
  • "Meander” and “Bayard,” Positions of the, 441
  • Model Torpedo Boat for Gun Trials, 124
  • Nordcnfclt Anti-Torpedo Boat-Gun, The, 75
  • NordenfeltO-Pounder Rapid-Firing Gun, 264
  • Speed of Winds ; Diagram, 218
  • Target for Machine Gun Trials, 75
  • Target, Round, 204
  • Torpedo Fired from the “ Bayard,” 405
  • Torpedo Fired from tho “ Meander," 443, 405
  • Yard-Arms of tho "Meander,” 125
  • Crump and Brcreton’s Quarrying and Stone- Dressing Machines, 154, 165
  • Cutting Machino, Greenwood, Batley, and Co.’s Bevel Gear, 220
  • Dam, The Vyrnwy Masonry, 27
  • Davis and Primrose’s Radial Steel Hammer, 28
  • Deane Differential Plunger Sinking Pump, 669
  • Delamarc-Dcbouttevillo and Malandin Gas En¬gine, The, 300
  • Delany’s Multiplex Telegraph, 493
  • Diamond Fields, South African, 391, 529, 680
  • Dickinson’s Engines and Boilers of the s.s. “ Royal Prince,” 588, 689, 013
  • Different Velocities, Friction at, 458
  • Disengaging Hook, Rees’s, 348
  • Disraeli Mines Syndicate Company, Auriforous Quartz Mill for the, 228
  • Docks, Mill wall, Pumps at tho, 409
  • Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland, Map of the, 492
  • Draught, Forced, 259, 284
  • Dredger, Twin-Screw Iloppor, Fleming and Fer¬guson’s, for Auckland Harbour, New Zealand, 672
  • Drilling Machine, Fairbalrn, Naylor, and Co.’s Radial, 29
  • Drilling Machine, Kendall and Gent’s Boiler, 020
  • Driving Gear, Ewing and Jenkin’s, 258
  • Dummy Charges, 205
  • Dynamite Gun, Zalinski’s, 147, 148, 158
  • Dynamo, Jones’, and Otto Gas Engine, 333
  • Dynamo, Kapp, and High-Speed Engine, 519
  • Dynamo and Motor, Tho Edison-Hopkinson, 445
  • Dynamo, Tho Weston, 408
  • Dynamometer, A Balanco, 005
  • Eastern Railway of France, Crampton Locomo¬tives for the, 170
  • Eccentric, Bray and Iloald'a, 21
  • Edge and Butt Planing Machine, Scriven and Co.’s, 593
  • Edinburgh International Exhibition, Plan of, 539
  • Edison-Hopkinson Dynamo and Motor, The, 445
  • Edmunds’s Fire Escape, 95
  • Effects of Frost, The, 232
  • Electric Lighting :
  • Dynamo, Kapp, and High-Speed Engine, 519
  • Dynamo and Motor, Edison-Hopkinson, 445
  • Dynamo, The Weston, 468
  • Electric Light at the Paris Opera, The, 10
  • Electric Light at tho Rochechouart Baths, Paris, 40
  • Electric Lighting at Silvertown, 568
  • Electric Lighting Station at Lucerne, 103
  • Electric Self-Induction, 137, 574
  • Lamp, The Strcet-Macquaire Electric, 40
  • Lamp, The Weston Incandescence, 518
  • Low-Resistance Glow Lamps, 355, 356
  • Otto Gas Engine, and Jones’ Dynamo, 333
  • Switchboard Fittings, Woodhouso and Raw¬son’s, 127
  • Weston Laboratory, The, 392 Electro-Magnets, Recordon’s, 5
  • Elevator and Crane, Lysters’ Portablo Combined Grain, 344
  • “ Enfield,” s.s., Triple-Expansion Engines, 9, 12
  • Engine, Barring, 327
  • Engine, Gas, The Delamare-Deboutteville and Malandin, 300
  • Engine, High-Speed, and Kapp Dynamo, 519
  • Engine, Horizontal, with Hertay’s Variable Ex¬pansion Gear, 592, 593
  • Engine, Merrywcather and Sons’ Floating Steam Fire, 585
  • Engine, Otto Gas, and Jones’ Dynamo, 333
  • Engine, Pinchbeck’s Rotary, 21
  • Engine with Proell's Automatic Expansion Gear, McCulloch and Sons’, 250
  • Engine, Quadrant, Tangyes’ Two-Cylinder, 592
  • Engine, Spiel’s Petroleum, 134
  • Engine, Wall, Copeland and Co.’s, 28
  • Engine, Welch and Co.’s Air-Compressing, at the Manchester Guardian Office, 172, 173
  • Engines for Cablo Traction ; New York and Brooklyn Bridge, 106, 107
  • Engines and Boilers of the s.s. “ Royal Prince,” Dickinson’s, 688, 589, 613
  • Engines of tho s.s. “ Cleveland ; " Indicator Dia¬grams, 207
  • Engines, Compound, and Boilers of tho Paddle
  • Steamer “Kathleen Mavourneen,"221,270, 271
  • Engines, High-Speed, 386, 387, 557
  • Engines, Marine, The Friction of; Diagrams, 249, 571
  • Engines, Marine, Triple and Quadruple Expan¬sion, 336, 337, 338
  • Engines of Paddle Steamer “ Mona’s Queen,” 448, 542, 543
  • Engines, Pumping, at Allegheny, Pa., U.S.A., Allis and Co. s, 33, 36
  • Engines of the “ Rionnag-na-Mara,” Rankin and Blackmore’s, 361
  • Engines, Steam Pumping, Tho Mason Regulator for, 348
  • Engines of the Steam Yacht “Lily,” Ross and Duncan's, 82
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion ; Diagrams, 421
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, s.s. “ Enfield,” 9, 12
  • English u. American Locomotives, 358
  • Evaporation, Surface, Apparatus for Testing, 426
  • Ewing and Jenkin s Frictional Driving Goar, 258
  • Exhibition, Edinburgh International, Plan of, 539
  • Expanding Mandrel, Noble’s, 569
  • Expansion Gear, Horizontal Engine with Ilortay’s Variable, 692, 593
  • Expansion Marine Engines, Triplo and Quad¬ruple, 336, 337, 338
  • Experiments against Armour-Plated Turrets at Bucharest, 266, 267, 268
  • Explosion, Boiler, The Stannington, 17
  • Explosion, Boiler, on tho Tugboat “ Rifleman,” at Cardiff, 274,289
  • Explosion, The Coventry Boiler, 208
  • Explosion, Tho Flood Rock, 19
  • Explosion, The Stepney Boiler, 699
  • Explosions, Boiler, in 1885; E. B. Marten’s Annual Report, 296, 297
  • Express Locomotivo, Compound (Von Borries’ System) for the Hanoverian State Railways, 418, 419, 434
  • Facing and Boring Machine, Waller and Co.’s, 500
  • Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.’s Radial Drilling Machine, 29
  • Fairlie Locomotivo for the Royal State Railways of Saxony, 309
  • “ Falke," Austrian Torpedo Boat, The, 328
  • Fire Engine, Merryweather and Sons’ Steam Floating, 585
  • Fire Escape, Edmunds’s, 95
  • Fishing Boat, Cran and Co.’s Steam, 110
  • Fleming and Ferguson’s Twin-Screw Hopper Dredger for Auckland Harbour, New Zealand, 672
  • Flexible Cranks and Propeller Shafting, 398, 399
  • Flood Rock Explosion, The, 19
  • Fluid and Solid Metals, On Certain Properties Common to, 522, 523
  • Forced Combustion, 401
  • Forced Draught, 259, 284
  • Foundry Ladle, Burrows’ Tilting Automatic, 213
  • Fountain at Illsky, Petroleum, 239
  • Frame-Plate Planing Machine, Cravens', 53
  • Frame-Plate Slotting Machine, Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.’s, 52
  • Frew’s Pyrometer, 45
  • Friction at Different Velocities, 458
  • Friction of Marine Engines, The, 249, 571
  • Friction Still, Pearce’s, 32
  • Frictional Driving Goar, Ewing and Jenkin’s, 258
  • Frost, Tho Effects of, 232
  • Fuel, Burning Liquid, 504, 565, 609
  • Furnace for Burning Natural Gas, 293
  • Furnace and Gas Producer, Smith-Casson, 370
  • Ganz and Co.’s Electric Lighting Station at Lucerne, 103
  • Gas Engine, The Delamare-Deboutteville and Malandin, 300
  • Gas Engine, Otto, and Jones’ Dynamo, 333
  • Gas Producer and Furnace, Smith-Casson, 370
  • Gas Producer, Thwaites’s Twin, 83
  • Gas, Water, 57, 460
  • Gas Wells, The Natural, 292, 293
  • Gatling Gun, The, 25, 26
  • Gauge, Trotter’s Wire, 283
  • Gear, Frictional Driving, Ewing and Jenkin’s, 258
  • Gear, Horizontal Engine with Hertay’s Variable Expansion, 692, 593
  • Gear, Proell's Automatic Expansion, McCulloch and Sons’ Engine with, 250
  • Gear, Steering, and Rudder Strains, 435
  • Gearing, The Transmission of Power by, 286, 363, 364, 581, 682
  • Gears, Radial Valve, 60, 61, 62
  • “Gloucester,’’ s.s., Jury Rudder fitted to, 143
  • Glow Lamps, Low-Resistance, 355, 356
  • Goods and Passenger Locomotive for the Ulcaborg Railway, 546, 547
  • Governor, Liedc’s Steam, 4
  • Grain Elevator and Crane, Lysters’ Combined Portable, 344
  • Greenwood, Batley, and Co.’s, Bevel Gear Cut¬ting Machine, 220
  • Grinding Case-Hardened Wrought-Iron Axle-Boxes, Machine for, 49
  • Gun, 10-inch Breechloader, with Vavasseur Car¬riage, 123
  • Gun, The “ Collingwood,’’ 570
  • Gun Construction, Wiro, 83
  • Gun, The Gatling, 26, 26
  • Gun, Hotchkiss 6-Pounder Rapid-Firing, 263
  • Gun, The Lyman, 398
  • Gun, The Nordenfelt Anti-Torpedo Boat, 75
  • Gun, Nordenfelt 6-Poundcr Rapid-Firing and
  • Ammunition, The, 204
  • Gun, Zalinski’s Dynamite, 147, 148, 168
  • Gunpowder, Prismatic, Press for the Manufac¬ture of, 462
  • Hammer, Davis and Primrose's Radial Steel, 28
  • Hanoverian State Railways, Compound Express Locomotive for the, 418, 419, 434
  • Harvey’s Axle Cutting and Centring Machino, 04
  • Hauling Machinery at the Terbonella Sulphur Mines, Italy, 56
  • Hawkesbury Bridgo, Tho, 367, 431
  • Heino Steam Boiler, Tho, 317
  • Heinke'8 Railway Coupling, 496
  • “ Her Majesty’s Colonies,” 472
  • H.M.S, “Meander,” 169
  • H.M.S. “Mersey” and “Rodney,” Closed Stoke¬holds of, 449
  • “ Hercules,” Block-Setting, Twenty-Ton, 378
  • High-Speed Engine, 386, 387, 657
  • High-Speed Engine and Kapp Dynamo, 619
  • High-Speed Steam Motors, 432
  • Ilighgate Cable Tramway, The, 590
  • Hill to tho West of Illsky, Section of, 194
  • Hollow Shaft for Cotton Pickers, 254
  • Holt’s Valves, Air Compressor with, 33
  • Holy Island, Profile of, 290
  • Hook, Rees’s Disengaging, 348
  • Hopper Dredger, Twin-Screw, for Auckland
  • Harbour, New Zealand, Fleming and Fergu¬son’s, 572
  • Horizontal Engine with Hertay’s Variable Ex¬pansion Gear, 592, 693
  • Hotchkiss O-Pounder Rapid-Firing Gun, 263
  • Hotchkiss Revolving Cannon, The, 76
  • Hughes, Professor, on Self-Induction, 137, 574
  • Hydraulic Buffer Stop, Langley’s, 177
  • Hydraulic Machinery for Cleaning Ships’ Bot¬toms, 616
  • Hydraulic Propulsion and Centrifugal Pumps, 299
  • Hydraulic Pumps, Moore’s, 126
  • Hydraulic Pumps, Rose, Downs, and Thomp¬son’s, 78
  • Hydraulic Rams, Pearsall’s, 345, 346
  • Illsky Oil District, Plan of, 193, 194, 239
  • Incandescence Lamp, The Weston, 518
  • Indicator Diagrams from the Engines of the s.s. “ Cleveland,” 207
  • Indicator for Use nt Sea, A Strain, 422, 423
  • Influence Machine, Wimshurst’s Eight-Plate, 4S9
  • International Exhibition, Edinburgh, Plan of the, 639
  • Ironclad, Japanese, The “Naniwa,” 476
  • Jack and Co.’s Compound Engines and Boilers of the Paddle Steamer “ Kathleen Mavourneon,” 221, 270,271
  • Japanese Ironclad “ Naniwa,’’ Tho, 476
  • Jury Rudder fitted to the s.s. “Gloucester,” 143
  • Kaiser's Counter, 189
  • Knpp Dynamo and High-Speed Engine, 519
  • “ Kathleen Mavourneen," Paddlo Steamer, The, 221 270 271
  • Kendall and Gent's Boiler Drilling Machino, 620
  • Kuban, Strata passed by Wells in the, 193
  • Kynoch Revolver, The, 57
  • Laboratory, The Weston, 892
  • Ladle, Tilting Foundry, Burrows’ Automatic, 213
  • Lamp, The Street-Macquaire Electric, 40
  • Lamp, The Weston Incandescence, 518
  • Lamps, Low-Resistance Glow, 355, 356
  • Langley’s Hydraulic Buffer Stop, 177
  • Lathe, Pipe-Cutting and Turning, 102
  • Lathes for Turning Chilled Rolls, 394
  • Launch, Steam, Burrell and Son3’ Compound En¬gines for, 204
  • Launching a Patrol Boat, 394,402
  • Liede's Steam Governor, 4
  • Light, The Electric, at the Paris Opera, 16
  • Light, The Electric, at the Rochechouart Baths, Paris, 40
  • Lighting at Silvertown, Electric, 56S
  • Lighting Station at Lucerne, Ganz’s Electric, 103
  • “ Lily,” Steam Yacht, Ross and Duncan’s En¬gines of the, 82
  • Liquid Fuel, Burning, 664, 565, 609
  • Locomotive for Belgian State Railway, 150, 151
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, for Hanoverian State Railways, 418, 419, 434
  • Locomotive, Fairlie, for the Royal State Rail¬ways of Saxony, 309
  • Locomotive, Passenger and Goods, for the Ulea- borg Railway, 546, 547
  • Locomotive, Standard Passenger (Class A); New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 526
  • Locomotive, Tank Passenger; Western Railway of France, 86
  • Locomotive Works, Tub Clyde:
  • Axle-Cutting and Centring Machine, Harveys’, 64
  • Frame-Plate Planing Machine, Craven Bro¬thers’, 53
  • Frame-Plate Slotting Machine, Fairbairn, Naylor and Co.’s, 52
  • Machine for Grinding Case-Hardened Wrought- Iron Axle-Boxes, Butterfield and Co.’s, 49
  • Milling Machine, Craven Brothers’, 29
  • Plan of Works, 30
  • Quartering Machine, Whitworth and Co.’s, 64
  • Radial Drilling Machine, Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.'s, 29
  • Radial Steel Hammer, Davis and Primrose's, 28
  • Wall Engine, Copeland and Co.’s, 28
  • Locomotives, Compound, 133, 385
  • Locomotives, Crampton; Eastern Railway of France, 170
  • Locomotives, English t>. American, 358
  • London, The Population of, 89
  • Low-Resistance Glow Lamps, 365, 356
  • Lucerne, Electrio Lighting at, 103
  • Lyman Gun, The, 398
  • Lysters’ Portable Grain Elevator and Crane, 344
  • Machine, Arthur’s Angle Iron Bevelling, 2S3
  • Machine, Carey-Latham Concrete-Making, 217
  • Machine, Craven Brothers' Milling, 29
  • Machine, Cravens’ Frame-Plate Planing, 53
  • Machine, Crump and Brereton’s Quarrying and Stone-Dressing, 154, 155
  • Machine, Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.’s Frame- Plate Slotting, 52
  • Machine, Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.'s Radial Drilling, 29
  • Machine, Greenwood, Batley, and Co.'s Bevel Gear Cutting, 220
  • Machine for Grinding Case-Hardened Wrought- Iron Axle-Boxes, 49
  • Machine, Harveys’ Axle Cutting and Centring, 64
  • Machine, Kendall and Gent’s Boiler Drilling, 620
  • Machine, O'Connor’s Canvas Testing, 197
  • Machine, Planing, Scriven and Co.’s Edge and Butt, 593
  • Machine, Rushworth and Co.’s Planing, 852
  • Machine, Taylor and Challen's, for Shearing Cir¬cular Plates, 635
  • Machine, Testing, Buokton and Co.’s, with Auto¬graphic Recording Apparatus, 180
  • Machine, Waller and Co.’s Boring and Facing, 500
  • Machine, Whitworth and Co.’s Quartering, 64
  • Machine, Wimshurst’s Eight-Plate Influence, 489
  • Machinery for Cleaning Ships' Bottoms, Hy¬draulic, 616
  • Machinery, Hauling, at the Terbonella Sulphur
  • Mines, Italy, 66 Machinery, Refrigerating, 606
  • M’Culloch and Sons’ Engine with Proell’s Auto¬matic Expansion Gear, 250
  • Magnets, Recordon's Electro, 6
  • Manchester Guardian Office, Weloh and Co.'s Air-Oompressing Engine at the, 172,173
  • Mandrel, Noblo’s Expanding, 509
  • Manufacture of Prismatic Gunpowder, Press for the, 452
  • Map of the Apsheron Peninsula, 243
  • Map of Azof and the Black Seas, 152
  • Map of Canada and Newfoundland, 492
  • Map of the Caucasus, 242
  • Map of Her Majesty’s Colonies, 472
  • Map, Outline, of the Cape, 391
  • Map of tho Paris Metropolitan Railway, 444
  • Map of Pittsburgh and her Industries, 292
  • Map, Railway, of Australia, 307
  • Map of Roumania, showing tho Oil Springs, 100
  • Marine Engines, The Friction of; Diagrams, 249, 571
  • Marine Engines, Triple and Quadruple Expan¬sion, 330, 337, 338
  • Marking Out Boiler Plates, 558
  • Marten's Annual Report on Boiler Explosions in 18S5, 290, 297
  • Mason Regulator for Pumping Engines, 348
  • Masonry Dam, The Vyrnwy, 27
  • “Mkanbhr,” Cruisk ok tiik: 25,20, 75, 70, 123, 124, 125, 109, 219, 203, 201, 205, 441, 443, 405
  • Merryweather and Sons’ Floating Steam Fire Engine, 585
  • “Mersey” and “Rodney," H.M.S., Closed Stoke¬holds of, 449
  • Metals, Fluid and Solid, On Certain Properties Common to, 522, 523
  • Meter, Ashton’s Power, 8
  • Metropolitan Railway, The Paris, 444
  • Military and Sporting Rifle, Rees’s, 017
  • Military Telegraphy, The Telephone in, 553
  • Mill, Auriferous Quartz, for the Disraeli Mines Syndicate Company, 228
  • Mill, Rolling, for Cruciform Sections, 104
  • Milling Machine, Craven Brothers’, 29
  • Millwall Docks, Pumps at the, 409
  • Model Torpedo Boat for Gun Trials, 124
  • "Mona's Queen,” Paddle Steamer, Engines of the, 448, 542, 513
  • Monesa, Section of a Hill North-Wost of, 100
  • Moore’s Hydraulic Pumps, 120
  • Motor and Dynamo, The Edison-Hopkinson, 445
  • Motors, High-Speed Steam, 432
  • Multiplex Tolograph, Delany’s, 493
  • Musgrave and Sons v. Hicks, Hargreaves, and Co., 103
  • Musgrave and Walsh’s Turning Gear, 163
  • “ Naniwa,’’ The Japanese Ironclad, 476
  • Natural Gas Wells, The, 292, 293
  • New York and Brooklyn Bridge, Cable Traction Engines for, 106,107
  • New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, Standard Passenger Locomotive for, 526
  • New York City Water Works, The, 196
  • Newfoundland and Canada, Map of, 492
  • Niagara Falls, The Cantilever Bridge at, 224,225, 246, 247, 273, 324, 325, 349
  • Nile Patrol Boat, Launching a, 394, 402
  • Noble’s Expanding Mandrel, 569
  • Nordenfelt Anti-Torpedo Boat Gun, The, 75
  • Nordenfelt 6-Pounder Rapid-Firing Gun and Ammunition, The, 264
  • Notes on the Steam Stamp, 119, 130, 131, 200, 201, 202
  • O’Connor’s Canvas-Testing Machine, 197
  • Oil-Bearing Strata, 290
  • Oil Wells, Campina, 99
  • Opera, Paris, The Electric Light at the, 16
  • Otto Gas Engine and Jones’ Dynamo, 333
  • Paddle Steamer “ Kathleen Mavourneen,” Jack and Co.’s Compound Engines and Boilers of the, 221, 270, 271
  • Paddle Steamer, “Mona’s Queen,” Engines of the, 448, 542, 543
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, The, 444
  • Paris Opera, The Electric Light at the, 16
  • Parkinson’s Parallel Vice, S3
  • Passenger and Goods Locomotive for the Uleaborg Railway, 546, 547
  • Passenger Locomotive, Standard (Class A); New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 526 Passenger Locomotive, Tank ; Western Railway of France, 86
  • Patrol Boat, Launching a, 394 , 402
  • Pearce’s Friction Still, 32
  • Pearsall’s Hydraulic Rams, 345, 346
  • “ Peer of the Realm,” Steamship, Raising the, 497
  • Petroleum Engine, Spiel’s, 134
  • Petroleum Exploitation, General View of, 239
  • Petroleum Fountain at Illsky, 239
  • Petroleum Industries ok Europe, The :
  • Blivacki, or the Vomiting Place, near Temruck (Active), 152
  • Bridge, Native, on the Caucasus, 243
  • Campina Oil Wells, 99
  • Hill to the West of Illsky, Section of, 194
  • Holy Island, Profile of, 290
  • Map of the Apsheron Peninsula, 243
  • Map of Azof and the Black Seas, 152
  • Map of tho Caucasus, 242
  • Map of Roumania, showing the Oil Springs, 100
  • Oil-Bearing Strata, 290
  • Petroleum Exploitation, Illsky, 239
  • Petroleum Fountain at Illsky, 239
  • Plan of Illsky Oil District, 193
  • Section of a Hill North-West of Monesa, 100
  • Strata passed by Wells in the Kuban, 193
  • Surakhany, Profile of Strata at, 240
  • Transport on the Caucasus, 243
  • Volcano at Binagady (Active), 152
  • Well Drilling; Strata passed through, 99
  • Wells at Baku, 341, 342
  • Pinchbeck’s Rotary Engine, 21
  • Pipe-Cutting and Turning Lathe, 102
  • Pittsburgh and her Industries, Map of, 292
  • Plan of Clyde Locomotive Works, Glasgow, 30
  • Plan of Edinburgh International Exhibition, 539
  • Plan of the South African Diamond Fields, 529
  • Planing Machine, Cravens, Frame Plate, 63
  • Planing Machine, Rushworth and Co.’s, 352
  • Planing Machine, Scriven and Co.’s Edge and Butt, 593
  • Plant for Clapp-Grlfflth Steel Prooess, 316, 317
  • Plates, Ciroular, Taylor and Challen’s Machine for Shearing, 535
  • Poole and Maolver’s Call Apparatus, 549, 550
  • Population of London, The, 89
  • Power by Gearing, The Transmission of, 280, 303, 304, 581, 582
  • Power Motor, Ashton’s, 8
  • Prismatic Gunpowder, Press for the Manufacture of, 452
  • Proell’s Automatic Expansion Gear, M'Culloch and Sons’ Engine with, 950
  • Professor Hughes on Self-Induction, 137, 574
  • Professor Thompson’s Telephone, 304
  • Propeller Shafting and Flexible Cranks, 398, 399
  • Propellers, Stromeyer’s Experiments on, 420
  • Pulleys, Smith’s Convertible, 485
  • Pump, Deane Differential Plunger Sinking, 509
  • Pumping Engines at Allegheny, Pa., 33, 30
  • Pumping Engines, The Mason Regulator for, 318
  • Pumps and Blowers, Thwaites’s Rotary, 373, 374
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, and Hydraulic Propulsion, 299
  • Pumps at the Millwall Docks, 469
  • Pumps, Moore’s Hydraulic, 120
  • Pumps, Rose, Downs, and Co.’s Hydraulic, 78
  • Pumps, Tyler and Co.’s Steam, 371
  • Pyrometer, Frew’s, 45
  • Quadrant Engine, Tangyes’ Two-Cylinder, 592
  • Quarrying and Stone-Dressing Machine, Crump and Brereton’s, 15 f, 155
  • Quartering Maohino, Whitworth and Co.’s, 64
  • Quartz Mill, Auriforous, 228
  • Question, A Bridge, 399
  • Radial Drilling Machines, Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.’s, 29
  • Radial Steel Hammer, Davis and Primrose’s, 28
  • Radial Valve Gears, 69, 61, 62
  • Railway, Belgian State, Locomotive for, 150, 151
  • Railway Coupling, Heinke’s, 496
  • Railway Map of Australia, 367
  • Railway, The Paris Metropolitan, 444
  • Raising the s.s. “ Peer of the Realm,” 497
  • Rams, Pearsall’s Hydraulic, 345, 346
  • Range for Burning Natural Gas, 293
  • Rankin and Blackmore’s Engines of tho
  • “Rionnag-na-Mara,” 361
  • Rapid-Firing Hotchkiss 6-Pounder Gun, 263
  • Rapid-Firing 6-Pounder Gun and Ammunition, The Nordenfelt, 264
  • Rcoiprocation in High-Speed Engines, 386, 387, 657
  • Recording Apparatus, Autographic, Buckton and Co.’s Testing Machine with, 180
  • Recordon’s Electro-Magnets, 5
  • Rees’s Disengaging Hook, 348
  • Refrigerating Machinery, 606
  • Regulator for Steam Pumping Engines, The Mason, 348
  • Report, Annual, of Mr. E. B. Marten, on Boiler Explosions in 1885, 296, 297
  • Revolver, The Kynoch, 57
  • Revolving Cannon, The Hotchkiss, 76
  • Rifle, Rees’s Military and Sporting, 617
  • “ Rifleman,” Tugboat, Boiler Explosion on the, at Cardiff, 274, 289
  • “ Rionnag-na-Mara,” Rankin and Blackmore’s Engines of the, 361
  • Rochechouart Baths, Electric Light at, 40
  • “ Rodney” and “ Mersey,” H.M.S., Closed Stoke¬holds of, 449
  • Rolling Mill for Cruciform Sections, 104
  • Rolls, Chilled, Lathes for Turning, 394
  • Rose Chuck, Budd’s, 612
  • Rose, Downs, and Co.’s Hydraulic Pumps, 78
  • Ross and Duncan’s Engines of the Steam Yacht “Lily," 82
  • Rotary Blowers and Pumps, Thwaites’s, 373, 374
  • Rotary Engine, Pinchbeck’s, 21
  • Roumania, Map of, showing the Oil Springs, 100
  • Round Target, 264
  • “ Royal Prince,” s.s., Dickinson’s Engines and Boilers of the, 588, 589, 613
  • Royal State Railways of Saxony, Fairiie Locomo¬tive for the, 399
  • Rudder, Jury, fitted to s.s. “ Gloucester,” 143
  • Rudder Strains and Steering Gear, 435
  • Rushworth and Co.’s Planing Machine, 352
  • Screw Propellers, Stromeyer’s Experiments on, 420
  • Scriven and Co.’s Edge and Butt Planing Ma¬chine, 693
  • Self-Induction, Professor Hughes on, 137, 574
  • Shaft for Cotton Pickers, Hollow, 254
  • Shafting, Propeller, and Flexible Cranks, 398, 399
  • Shearing Machine for Circular Plates, Taylor and Challen’s, 535
  • Ships’ Bottoms, Hydraulic Machinery for Clean¬ing, 616
  • Ships, The Stability of, 395
  • Silvertown, Electric Lighting at, 56S
  • Sinking Pump, Deane Differential Plunger, 569
  • Slotting Machines, Frame-Plate, Fairbairn, Naylor, and Co.’s, 52
  • Smith-Casson Gas Producer and Furnace, 370
  • Smith’s Convertible Pulleys, 485
  • Solid and Fluid Metals, On Certain Properties Common to, 522, 523
  • South African Diamond Fields, The, 391, 529, 586
  • Speed Trials of Recent War-Ships; Diagrams, 375
  • Speed of Winds ; Diagrams, 218
  • Spiel’s Petroleum Engine, 134
  • Sporting and Military Rifle, Rees's, 617
  • Stability of Ships, The, 395
  • Stamp, Steam, Notes on the, 119,130, 131, 200, 201, 202
  • Standard Passenger Locomotive (Class A); New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 526
  • Stannington Boiler Explosion, The, 17
  • State Railway, Belgian, Locomotive for, 150, 151
  • Steam Boiler, The Heine, 317
  • Steam Coaling Crane at Troon Harbour, Craig and Co.’s Thirty-Ton, 320, 321
  • Steam Fire Engine, Merryweather and Sons’ Floating, 585
  • Steam Fishing Boat, Cran and Co.’s, 110
  • Steam Governor, Liede’s, 4
  • Steam Launch, Burroll and Sons’ Compound Engines for, 204
  • Steam Motors, High-Speed, 432
  • Steam Pumping Engines, Mason Regulator for, 348
  • Steam Pumps, Tyler and Co.’s, 371
  • Steam Stamp, Notes on tho, 119, 130, 131, 200, 201, 202
  • Steam Syren, Steven and Struther’s, 79
  • Steam Tug “ Rifleman," Boiler Explosion on the, at Cardiff, 274, 289
  • Steam Yacht “ Lily,” Ross and Dunoan’s Engines of the, 82
  • Steamer, Paddle, “ Kathleen Mavourneen," Com¬pound Engines and Boilers of, 221, 270, 271
  • Steamer, Paddle, “ Mona’s Queen,” 448, 542, 543
  • Steamship “Gloucester," Jury Rudder fitted to tho, 143
  • Steamship “ Peer of the Realm,” Raising, 497
  • Steamship “Royal Prince,” Dickinson’s Boilers and Engines of the, 688, 589, 013
  • Steel Castings, 473, 474, 608, 509, 510
  • Steel Hammer, Davis and Primrose’s Radial, 28
  • Steel Process, The Clapp-Griffith, 316, 317
  • Steering Gear and Rudder Strains, 435
  • Stepney Boiler Explosion, Tho, 599
  • Stereoscope, A New Form of, 485
  • Steven and Struther’s Steam Syren, 79
  • Still, Pearce’s Friction, 32
  • Stone-Dressing and Quarrying Machine, Crump and Brereton’s, 154, 155
  • Stop, Buffer, Langley’s Hydraulic, 177
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Twenty-Ton Block-Setting “ Hercules ” at Mandavee, 378
  • Strain Indicator for Use at Sea, A, 422, 423
  • Street-Macquaire Electric Lamp, The, 40
  • Stroh’s New Form of Stereoscope, 485
  • Stromeyer’s Experiments on Propellers, 420
  • Strong’s Valve Gear, 62
  • Sulphur Mines, Terbonella, Italy, Hauling Ma¬chinery at the, 56
  • Surface Evaporation, Apparatus for Testing, 426
  • Switchboard Fittings, Woodhouse and Rawson’s, 127
  • Syren, Steven and Struther's Steam, 79
  • Tangyes’ Two-C.vlinder Quadrant Engine, 592
  • Tank Passenger Locomotive ; Western Railway of France, 86
  • Target for Machine Gun Trials, 75
  • Target, Round, 264
  • Taylor and Challen’s Press for the Manufacture of Prismatic Gunpowder, 452
  • Taylor and Challen’s Shearing Machine for Cir¬cular Plates, 535
  • Telegraph, Delany’s Multiplex, 493
  • Telephone in Military Telegraphy, The, 553
  • Telephone, Professor Thompson’s, 304
  • Telephonic Call Apparatus, Poole and Mnclver’s 549, 550
  • Telephony, Long Distance, 529
  • Terbonella Sulphur Mines, Italy, Hauling Ma¬chinery at the, 56
  • Testing Machine, Buckton and Co.’s, with Auto¬graphic Recording Apparatus, 180
  • Testing Machine, O'Connor’s Canvas, 197
  • Testing Surface Evaporation, Apparatus for, 426
  • Thompson’s Telephone, 3C4
  • Thwaites’s Rotary Blowers and Pumps, 373, 374
  • Thwaites’s Twin Gas Producer, 83
  • Tilting Foundry Ladle, Burrows’ Automatic, 213
  • Torpedo Boat Model for Gun Trials, 124
  • Torpedo Boat, Yarrow and Co.’s Austrian, 32S
  • Tramways, Cable, 561, 596
  • Transmission of Power by Gearing, The, 286, 363, 364, 581, 582
  • Transport on the Caucasus, 243
  • Trials, Speed, of Recent War-Ships ; 375
  • Triple-Expansion Engines ; Diagrams, 421
  • Triple-Expansion Engines, s.s. “ Enfield,” 9, 12
  • Triple and Quadruple Expansion Marine Engines, 336, 337, 338
  • Troon Harbour, Craig and Co.’s Thirty-Ton Steam Coaling Crane at, 320, 321
  • Trotter’s Wire Gauge, 283
  • Tugboat “ Rifleman,” Boiler Explosion on the, at Cardiff, 274, 289
  • Turning Chilled Rolls, Lathes for, 394
  • Turning Gear, Musgrave and Walsh’s, 163
  • Turning and Pipe-Cutting Lathe, 102
  • Turrets, Armour-Plated, Experiments against, at Bucharest, 266, 267, 268
  • Twin Gas Producer, Thwaites’s, 83
  • Twin-Screw Hopper Dredger for Auckland Har¬bour, Fleming and Ferguson’s, 572
  • Tyler and Co.’s Steam Pumps, 371
  • Uleaborg Railway, Passenger and Goods Loco¬motive for the, 546, 547
  • Valve Gears, Radial, 60, 61, 62
  • Valves, Holt’s, Air Compressor with, 33
  • Vavasseur Carriage, 10-inch Breechloader Gun with, 123
  • Velocities, Different, Friction at, 453
  • Vessels, The Stability of, 395
  • Vice, Parkinson’s Parallel, 83
  • Volcano at Binagady (Active), 152
  • Volcano at Temruk (Dormant), 152
  • Vyrnwy Masonry Dam, The, 27
  • Wall Engine, Copeland and Co.’s, 28
  • Waller’s Boring and Facing Machine, 500
  • War-Ships, Speed Trials of Recent; Diagrams, 375
  • Water Gas, 57, 460
  • Water Works, The New York City, 196
  • Welch and Co.’s Air-Compressing Engine at the Manchester Guardian Office, 172,173
  • Well Drilling ; Strata passed through, 99
  • Wells at Baku, 341, 342
  • Wells in the Kuban, Strata passed by, 193
  • Wells, Natural Gas, The, 292, 293
  • Western Railway of France, Tank Passenger Locomotive for the, 86
  • Weston Dynamo, The, 468 Weston Incandescence Lamp, The, 518
  • Weston Laboratory, The, 392
  • Whitworth and Co.’s Quartering Machine, 64
  • Wimshurst’s Eight-Plate Influence Machine, 489
  • Wire Gauge, Trotter’s, 283
  • Wire Gun Construction, 83
  • Woodhouse and Rawson’s Switchboard, 127
  • Yacht, " Rionnag-na-Mara," Engines of the. 361
  • Y’ard-Arms of the “ Meander,” 125
  • Yarrow’s Austrian Torpedo Boat, 328
  • Zalinski’s Dynamite Gun, 147, 148, 153

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