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Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.
Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Patent Record Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1886 Jan-Jun: Index

SUBJECT MATTER.

  • (Where the Name is in Italics the Abridgment is Illustrated.)
  • Agricultural Machinery : 237, 339, 487
  • Adjustable Tooth for, A. Bajac and Béjot and Co., 339; Beaters for Thrashing Machines, C. Woolnough, 237; Bundle Carriers for Sheaf Binder Harvesting Machine, W. A. Wood, 487 ; Harvesting and Straw-Trussing Machines, .1. Hornsby, J. Innocent, R. Edwards, and C. Janies, 339 ; Horse Rakes, J. Howard and G. Gibbs, 330 ; Mowing, A. C. Bamlett, 339 ; Mowing and Reaping, S. B. Bamford, 237 ; T. S. Bisset, 487 ; Sharpening Reaper and Mower Knife Sections, P. Williams, 237 ; Thrashing, Garret, Smith, and Co., 237 ; C. A. Klinger, 237 ; J. Marshall, 237; J. Marshall, 237 ; G. A. Spokes, 339; G. White, G. White, Jun., and F. H. Livens, 237 ; Triplicate Cultivator for Cultivating, Rolling, and Harrowing Land by One Operation, J. F. Brown, 487 ; Wheels, J. Marshall, 237
  • Air, Drying : 122 J. Dick, 122
  • Alarms, Electric : 008
  • S. P. Weston, CDS ; W. R. Wynne, COS
  • Ammonia, Distillation of : 366
  • Berlin Anhaltische Maschinenbau- Actien- Gesellschaft, 366
  • Batteries, Electric, Accumulators, &c. : 48,216, 314, 464, 608
  • J. T. Armstrong, 216, 314 ; II. L. Brevoort and L. Roberts, 216; II. L. Brevoort and I. L. Roberts, 48; L. P. Merriam, 314 ; J. B. Neyraud, 608; II. C. B. Shalders and A. J. Thonnan, 464 ; J. S. Williams, 216, 608 ; Wirth and Co., 216; Carbon Element for Galvanic, C. It. Goodwin, 464; Cells for Voltaic, C. Moseley, 314 ; Constructing Electrode Frames for Secondary Voltaic, A. Khotinsky, 464 ; Electrical Cells, D. A. Davis, 48 ; Electrode for Secondary, E. M. Gardner, 464; Galvanic,
  • B. Burr, 464; J. J. Coleman, 314; F. Lathrop, J. IF. Carter, and C. Faber, 464 ;
  • M. Newton, 314; W. II. Quarterman, 608; A. Schanschieff, 48; J. Sorson, 608; S. Stepanoff, 48 ; W. II. Tasker and T. J. Jones, 464 ; A. It. Upward and C. W. Pridham, 464 ; Generating Currents of Voltaic Electricity, It. II. Courtenay, 314; Secondary, W. II. Alkester, R. Mitchell, and R. It. Kelly, 48 ; 1’. Benjamin, 314 ; W. It. Lake, 464 ; J. Pitkin, 314; J. S. Sellon, 314 ; Storage, W. Symons, 314 ; Storage Cells, T. S. Sarney and A. S. Hamand, 216; Voltaic, A. It. Bennett, 464 ; G. Fitzgerald, 608; II. T. Harris, 608; II. W. Higgins, 608; S. J. Jones, 48; S. W. Maquay, 608
  • Bearings: 23
  • Adjusting the Bearings of the Axles of Vehicles, II. and W. P. W. Wcatherill, 23 ; Car Axle- Boxes, It. Brewer and C. M. Zeh, 23 ; Preventing Undue Heating in, It. l’owles, 23
  • Belts, Chains, &c. : 23
  • Driving Belts, H. Simon, 23; Wcldless Chain,
  • Allen and II. M. Gregory, 23
  • Blowing Machines: 538
  • Screw Fan, J. Thornton, 538
  • Boiler Feedino, &o. : 98 Evaporating Sea Water for, P. and J. T. Smith, 98; Feed Water Heaters and Purifiers, M. IF. Hazelton and the Babcock and Wilcox Co., 98; Heating and Purifying, J. Atkinson, 98; Injectors, J. Fletcher, 98; II. Holden, It.
  • Brooke, and T. II. White, 98 ; -I. Miller, 98
  • Boiler Fittings : (See Boilers)
  • Boiler Ti bes, Manufacture of : 413 S. Fox, 413
  • Boilers : 98, 192, 288,366, 440, 560, 584
  • J Anderson, 192; M. Arndt and J. L. S. Marichal, 98; W. Craig, 98; J. Ferguson. Jun., 288; W. T. Fleming and P. Ferguson, 440; J. Hartley, 560; W. Kent, 440; J. Kirkaldy, 98; C. A. Knight, 288; J. N. Fax- man and II. G. Plane, 192 ; A. Pifrc, 288; T. Pimblot, 560; F. Silvester, 560 ; W. H. Staynes, 288; B. II. Thwaite, 98; Air, Supplying Heated, for, It. Wyllieand D. B. Morison, 560; Check Valves for, II. S Hayward and R. MacDowell, 98 ; Combustion, Promoting and Regulating, H. Walker, 288 ; Corrosion, Pre¬venting, J. Hoyle, 560 ; W. Hyde, 560 ; Crust, Preventing the Formation of, F. J. Austin and S. Low, 560 ; Coverings for, M. Keenan, 366,440; Martiny and Co., 192; F. Schulte, 584; It. Stewart, 560; Dampers of Furnaces, Actuating the, J. Auld, 192 ; Draught of Fur¬naces, Controlling the, W. Hutchinson and C. Thompson, 410 ; Economising Fuol, F. Brugge- mans and L. Donkers, 440; Explosions in, Preventing, J. C. Hargreaves, 192 ; Fastening Tubes in Metal Plates for, J, Stewart and F. H. Hallard, 192 ; Feeding,W. Burns, 440 ; T. T. Clarke, 560; //. Holden and It. G. Brooke, 288; H. Moldenhauer, 288; IF. Hitter, 192; Ferrules, Protecting for, Tubes of, J. Morris, 288; Flues for, D. Purves, 288 ; Furnace Bars for,
  • W. Ilawkslcy and T. Andrews, 288; Fur¬naces for, L. Broussas, 288 ; II. Callas, 192 ; C. B. Davison, 98; H. Gracpel, 98; J. Ilam, 288; J. A. Macmeikan, 98 ; D. Purves, 288; J. Shaw and N. Arthur, 288 ; II. Thompson, 660: F. Yates, 98; Heating Water for, T. Drake, 560 ; J. Kirkaldy, 192 ; Incrustation, Preventing in, W. Hyde, 560 ; A. E. E. Jcannolle, 98 ; Lagging for, S. and J. E. Eddington, 288; Low-Water and High-Pressure Safety Apparatus for, J. Roebruck, 192; Plugs, Fusible, W. II. Bailey, 560 ; Priming, Preventing in, W. Campbell, 560; Purifying Water, II. J. A. Bowers, 440; A. L. Dehne, 440; F. B. Doering, 288 ; Scale, Facilitating Removal of, from, J. Hoyle, 560; Scale, Preventing the Formation of, in, II. Aitken, 192; Seating Horizontal, J. Edge, 288 ; Shells for, J. Haythorn, 98 ; J. Whitley, 167 ; Smoke in, Consuming, W. Knccn, 440 ; Steam Generators, J. Blake, 288; P. L., .1. A., and L. Buisson, 98; N. V. Cadiat, 560 ; W. Clarke, 98 ; T. Drake, 560 ; T. Nordenfelt, 98 ; P. Reilly, 98; T. Schiller and P. Brennicke, 98; J. Thomycroft, 98 ; Stoker, Mechanical, for, J. Proctor, 192 ; Tube Expanders for, E. Sonnen- thal, 98; Water Gauges for, L. J. Crossley, R. Hanson, and J. J. Hicks, 288; S. Eddington and J. Stevenson, 288
  • Bolts and Nuts : 24
  • J. Patten, Jun., 24; Locking Device for, A. Schapiro, 24
  • Brakes, &c. : 24, 146, 262, 390, 514, 630 J. G. Harrison, 390 ; It. II. Lapagc, 514; R. Morton, 630; C. F. W. Müller, Ï46 ; It. C. Parsons, 514 ; L. C. Taber, 390; G. Weston, 262; Air, II. Hollerith, 514 ; Band, J. Jackson, 24; Continuous Automatic Pressure and Vacuum, E. Jiesticaxix, 390 ; Couplings for an Electric Circuit, W. E. Langdon, 3P0 ; Electric, R. Snyers, 262 ; Hose-Pipe Couplings, J. Gresham, 390 ; Manufacture of Certain Parts of, J. G. Harrison, 630; Pneumatic, L. Soulerin, 262 ; Rotating Parts of Machinery, W. Rixom, 168
  • Cartridges, Projectiles, &c. : 74 C. IF. Ilayes and C. C. Duncanson, 74 ; J. N. Heidemann, 74 ; IF. Hope, 74 ; II. S. Maxim, 74 : Cartridge Cases, D. F. Downing, 74 ; Case Ammunition, T. Nordenfelt, 74 ; Case Projec¬tiles, II. Bischoff, 74 ; Fuses for, A. Noble, 74; Gas Checks for Projectiles, C. K. Farquharson and R. R. Gubbins, 74
  • Casting, Moulding. &c. ; 366 J. Whitley, 366 ; Iron or Steel Ingots, A. Kurz- wernhnrt and E. Bertrand, 366 ; Metal Chains, A. Léger, 366; Metal Pipes, F. Shickle, 366
  • Centrifugal Machines: 24, 414
  • Rothe, 414 ; Discharging, whilst in Motion, C. Furness, 24
  • Circuit Opener, Automatic: 314 To Prevent Damage, O. F. Jocnsson, 314
  • Condensers : 339
  • For Sea Water, J. Leitch, 339 ; Steam, J. Price, Jun., 339
  • Current Regulators and Meters : 314, 464, 608
  • O. March, 464 ; D. L. Salomons, 314, 608 ; J. G. Statter, 608; J. W. Swan, 314 ; J. Swinburne, eo8 ; J. Swinburne and S. Evershed, 608 ; S. F, Walker, 464
  • Dredging, &c.: 414, 538 II. J. Coles, 538; IF. Cooper and J. Ilolds- worth, 538; C. IF. Hunt, 414; Hopper Dredgers, A. Brown, 538
  • Drills, &c., Pointing : 537, 538 J. S. Bancroft, 537 ; Sharpening Cutters, II. Lindley, 638
  • Drills, Sharpening Twist: 414 E. B. Barker, 414
  • Dynamo-Electric Machines : 47, 215, 313, 463, 607
  • IF. II. Allen, It. Wright, and G. Kapp, 313 ; C. A. A. Capito anil M. P. Hardt, 463; G. Forbes, 215 ; A. Foster and F. I". Anderson, 463 ; G. Ilookham, 313 ; II. F. Joel, 215 ; O. F. Joenssen, 215 ; II. Lindley, 312; IF, Main, 313 ; IF. Mather and J. and C. Ilopkinson, 47 ; T. Parker, 607 ; A. Reckenzaun, 313 ; M. 11. Smith, 215 ; J. Swinburne, 607; E. Thomson, 607 ; L, Vissière, 31.3 ; IF. L. Voelker, 607
  • Electricity, Distributing: 47,215,313, 464,607 R. P. and J. S. Sellon, 464 ; Brushes for, G. llookham, 47 ; Electrical Motors, M. Immisch, 607 ; It. A. Lee and J. E. Chaster, 216; D. T. Piot, 215; F. J. Sprague, 47, 313; F. J. Sprague, 313; and Regulating, F. J. Sprague, 607; Exciting the Field Magnets of Series- Wound, W. IL Allen, R, Wright, and G. Kapp, C07 ; Generators, R. II. Mather, 215 ; Gramme Armatures for Electric Generators and Motors, G. E. Dorman, 607 ; Multipolar Electric Ma¬chines, J. D. F. Andrews, 47; Preventing Sparking in, R. II. Mather, 47 ; Regulating the Speed of, O. F. Joenssen, 215 ; Ring Arma¬tures of, F. Wynne, 215; Supporting the Armatures of R. II. Mather, 47
  • Enoinks, Gas, &c. : 97,191, 287, 288, 439,440, 559
  • IL Andrew, 440; J. Atkinson, 191, 288 ; G. II. Babcock, 439 ; C. G. Beechey. 287 ; G. Daimler, 440 ; The Economic Motor Company, 97 ; The Economic Motor Company (Incorporated), 191; W. E. Hale, 97 ; IL Hartig; 2S7 ; C. IK. King, 287; J. Mackenzie, 287; R. McGhee and G. Magee, 659; M. Milburn and It. Hannan, 559 ; H. L. Mueller, W. Adkins, and E. Amyes, 191; F. G. Myers, 287; R. Simon, 287; G. Turner, 97,191; S. Wilcox, 288, 440; S. Wilcox, 440 ; T. M. Williamson, C. W. King, J. Malam, and W. A. Ireland, 287 ; Closed Hot-Air Engines, IF. Eimecke, 559; Driven by Hydro- Carbon Vapour, C. Kempster, Jun., 439; Driven by Sulphuret of Carbon, F. Roland, 440; Governors for, C. IF. Pinkney, 97; Port¬able, J. J, E. Lenoir, 97; Regulating the Supply of Gas to and Preventing Jumping of Gas Flames, G. Bray, 559
  • Engines, Hot Air : 191
  • M. P. IF. Boulton and E. Perrclt, 191; H. Martini, 191
  • Engines, Hydraulic : 560 J. F. Blennerhasset, 560 (See also Engines, Water Pressure)
  • Engines, Pumping : 288, 440, 560 J. Evans, 560; T. II. Williams, 560; For Charging Accumulators, W. Bow, 288 ; Com¬pound, A. B. Brown, 440 ; Rotary Pumps, L. Poillon, 440
  • Engines, Regulating the Speed oe : 560
  • F. Piers, 560; For Marine, J. P. Rawlings, 560; For Rolling Mill Engines, E. F. Piers, 560
  • Engines, Rotary : 192, 288, 440, 559 J. M. Hall, 440; J. Hick and J. F. Phillips, 559 ; W. T. Last, 449; H. T. Liversedge, 288; J. and D. Paterson, 659 ; Applicable as Pumps or Motor, J. F. Phillips, 192 ; Reversible, A. J. Jarman, 440; Spherical, J. Corry and J. F. Sleet, 288
  • Engines, Steam : 97, 191, 287, 288, 439,559 It. II. Cotvdrey, 287 ; R. II. Cowdrey, 287 ; F. W. Crohn, 97 ; 11. Cutting, 287; E. Field, 287 ;
  • D. Hardy, 287; E. Kaselowsky, 439; It. M. Marchant, 97 ; II. W. Pendred, 191; A Pifre, 288; A. Bigg, 439 ; W. W. St. John, 97 ; W. S. Sutherland, 191; Centrifugal Governors, Schaeffer and Budenberg, 191: Compound, II. C. Ash- lin and If. Turner, 287; IF. Brock, 439; S. Butler, ; R. Cox, 287; II. B. Merton, 97 ; S. O. Ferry, 191; II. C. Loebnitz, 191; H. Turner, 559; R. II.Twigg, 97 ; Condensing, W. F. Martin, I. Scott, J. Albizitti, and J. J. II.Mahoney, 439 ; A. Payne, 439 ; Controlling the Speed of, R. II. C. Nevile, 287 ; Direct-Acting, C. C. Worthington, 559 ; Expansion Gear of, R. Proell, 439 ; Governors, W. L. Collamore and W. Ack- royd, 97 ; Metallic Rings for Pistons, A. A. Rickaby, 439 ; Multiple Cylinder, R. H. Cow¬drey, 287 ; 'The lion. It. C. Parsons, 439 ; Packings for, W. Brock, 287; G. Delagneau and J. II. Graham, 192 ; E. E. Gabriel, 192 ; R. W. Harrison, 192, 340 ; A. McLaine, 288 ; G. Murdoch, 288 ; J. Partington, 288 ; J. Watts,; C. C. Worthington, 439 ; Regulating the Speed of, C. T. Bullough, 191 ; Regulating the Supply of Steam to, Schaeffer and Buden- berg, 439 ; Reversing and Expansive Apparatus for, A. L. Daviess, 191; Triple Expansion, G. Rodger, 191 (See also Ships, &c.)
  • Engines, Traction : 98, 390, 614, 630 W. and J. Hart, 390; L. C. Taber, 98, 390, 514 ; Spring Wheels for, J. II. Mann, 514 ; Surface Air Condensers, W. Wilkinson, 630 ; Wheels, T. L. Aveling, 630
  • Enoinks, Vapour, &c. : 191 Liquid Fuel, L. II. Nash, 191 ; Obtaining Motive Power, G. Asher nnd J. Buttress, 191
  • Engines, Water Pressure: 288 J. Earsdon, 288 ; Hydraulic, IL Bamford, 288
  • Excavating, Boring, &c. : 168, 340 J. D. Morrison, Jun., and A. Emley, 168 ; R. Stanley, 168; Grabs, &c., N. G. Kimberley, 340 ; Rock Drill, It. Stephens, 168 ; II. C. Ser¬geant, 414
  • Explosive Compounds : 74, 366, 584 G. G. Andre, 74 ; L. G. Bachmann, 74 ; F. Becker, 74 ; C. E. Bichel, 366 ; J. M. Heide¬mann, 74 ; II. S. Maxim, 74, 584 ; E. J. Mills, 74 ; E. Turpin, 366 ; For Ballastio Purposes, W. Hope, 74 ; For Blasting, R. Punshon and the Patent Oxonite Company, 74 ; Packing, Storing, and Applying Liquid Explosives, C. E. Bichel, 74
  • Filters, &c. : 238 A. J. Bell, 238 ; J. G. Lorrain, 238
  • Firearms : 74, 237, 339, 487 T. R. Bayliss, 487; 1’. M. Parsons, 339; G. Rowell, 339 ; W. W. Watts, 339 ; Alarm Guns,
  • Perrins and II. E. Pollard, 339 ; Breech Tube, R. Morris, 237 ; Breechloading, A. Beer, 237 ; J. Duval, 237, 339; K. Gercke, 487 ; A. Nobel, 487 ; J. P. Pieri, 339; H. A. Schlund, 487 ; II. Wolfien, 339; Carriage for a Machine Gun, J. G. Accles, 339 ; Cartridge Cases, G. B.
  • Cooke, 237 ; W. W. Greener, 339; A, Parkes, 487 ; Cartridge Protector, T. Nordenfelt, 339 ; Cartridges, C. S. Bailey, 339 ; Charges and Car¬tridges for, C. Dixon, 237 ; Cocking Mechanism of Drop-Down Small Arms, J. Deeley, Jun., and F. J. Penn, 339; Composite Projectile for Small Arms and Machine Guns, R. Morris, 487 ; Deck Mounts for Rapid-Firing Guns, A. C. Koerner, 237 ; Electric Cartridges, S. Russell, 339; Electric Guns, American Electric Arms and Ammunition Company, 487; Gun Car¬riages, T. Nordenfelt, 339; Hydraulic Com¬pressors, W. Anderson, 487 ; Naval Carriage for Rapid-Firing Guns, A, C. Koerner, 237 ; Preventing the Fouling or Jamming of Car¬tridges in Guns, II. S. Maxim, 487 ; Projectiles,
  • R. Morris, 237 ; Repeating, W. Arthur, 237 ; Revolving, H. Webley and J. Carter, 339; Self- Cocking, G. Quick, 237 ; Shells, J. Balde, 237 ; Shields for Ordnance, L. K. Scott, 339; Sup¬porting Cannon, J. P. Piéri, 339; Training Gear of Central Pivot Gun Mountings, J. Vavasseur, 487 ; Twisted Barrels, W. James, 74 ; Winchester Kepeatiny Arms Company, 487 ; Working, II. S. Maxim, 339 ; L. Raskazoff, 237
  • Firearms, Small: 73, 74 Adapting Firearms for Miniature Ammunition
  • R. Morris, 73; Breechloading, O. G. Bonehil. and A. J. Simpson, 73 ; R. Paulson, 73; G Jeffries, 74 ; Cartridge Ejectors for Breech loading Sporting, J. Southgate, 73; Drop Down, J. F. Swinburn, 73; Hammerless Breechloading Guns, W. Anson, 73; Hand Guards for, C. Brown and W. F. Bayliss, 74; Mechanism for, J. Schulhoff, 73; Mechanism for Automatically Withdrawing Empty Car¬tridge Cases from Revolvers and Pistols, II. A. Silver, 73; Repeating, II. W. Holland, 73; Repeating Mechanism for Breechloading, H. de Montgelas, 73
  • Fuel, Artificial: 584
  • S. Butler, 584; La Société Anonyme des Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranée, 584
  • Fuel Economisers: 192, 583 A. Bell, 584 ; A. Lowcock and T. Sykes, 192
  • Furnaces : 121, 365, 366, 583 A. Backus, Jun., 121; L. S. Dulac, 121; L. and D. Huberts, and J. Colquhoun, 365; E. Taylor, 365 ; Applying the Heat of, J. 11. L. Tuck, 121; Bars and Bridges, T. Thompson, 365; for Burning Limestone, E. Dietzscli, 366; for Burning Liquid Fuel, W. M. Fraser, 365 ; Burning Pulverulent Materials, M. Perret, 583 ; Burning Towns’ Refuse and Decomposing the Fumes therefrom, B. D. Healy, 583; Burning Volatile Liquids, T. Nordenfelt, 583; Cement Kilns, E. and A. Ashby, 583; Coke Ovens, A. M. Chambers and T. Smith, 583; Combustion of Hydro-Carbons, P. Tarbutt, 365 ; Conveying and Burning Gas, J. Jackson, 121; Cupola Smelting, F. A. Herberts, 583; Desiccation, Incineration, and Carbonisation of Sludge, R. de Soldenhoff, 583; Distillation and Decomposition of Coal, &c., U. Kenyon, 583 ; Doors of, J. Parker, 583 ; Fastening for Doors of, C. J. Bates, 365; Firebars and Fittings of, D. J. Morgan and J. IL Plews, 583; Grate Bars for, F. V. Medynski, 583 ; Heating the Air Supply of, J. Platt, 583 ; for Heating Kilns, W. Hassall, 121; Pulverising and Feeding Fuel to, J. G. Hathaway, 583 ; Regenerating Waste Gases, A. T. D. Berrington, 365 ; Self-Feeding and Smoke-Consuming, L. W. Sutcliffe, 365 ; Smoke-Consuming Grates, II. Rosickc, 583 ; Tuyere Apparatus for Supplying and Heating Blast, T. W. Barber, 365
  • Furnaces, Linings for : 366 W. J. A. Donald, i66; II. Remaury and F. Valton, 366
  • Gas Lighting by Electricity : 216, 608
  • L. Clarke and II. J. Coates, 608; A. R. Molison, 008 ; C. W. Weiss, 216
  • Gas, Manufacture of: 121, 365, 583,584 Air-Gas Apparatus, P. J. Carmien, 121 ; Briquettes or Fuel Blocks, W. Black, 365 ; Charging Gas Retorts, T. Jefferiss, 121 ; Condensers Used in, R. Dempster, Jun., 365; Distillation and Decomposition of Coal and Shalo, II. Kenyon, 683 ; Distilling Coal, F, J, Howan, 305; Furnaces of Retort Chambers nnd Supplying Heated Air thereto, J. MoNair, 683; Gas Retort Lids, G. Waller, 365 ; Generators, H. Hutchinson, 121; B. II. Thwaite, 121; Making Oil Gas, T. and S. Alexander and R. Paterson, 365 ; Obtaining Gas, J. F. Schnell and J. Read, 121; Producer, A. Wilson, 583; Producer and Furnace, B. U. Thwaite, 121; Purifying Coal Gas, J. Hanson, 121, 365; Retort for tho Distillation of Coal, A, Coze, 121; Retort Lids, J. F. Braidtvood, 365; Retort Lids and Fastenings, IF. A. McIntosh Faion and IF. 0. Hicks, 121; Retort Lid Fittings, C. C. Carpenter, 584 ; Soluble Phosphates of the Alkalies in the Manufacture of Steel and Iron, T. Twynam, 584
  • Gun Barrels : 74
  • W. H. Brown, 74 ; G. V. Fosbcry, 74 ; M. Rose, 74
  • Hbating by Electricity : 608 A. Elu and E. Courcelles, 608
  • Hoisting, Hauling, &c. : 414, 538 0. Henkel, 414 ; J. T. Moore, 414 ; Buckets for, P. Ebstein, 538 ; Rendering Lifting Ma¬chinery Self-Sustaining, J. S. Stevens and C. G. Major, 414 ; Rolling Metals, F. Finlayson, 414 ; Safety Apparatus for Hoists, W. Netherwood, 414
  • Hydraulic Lifts, Cranes, &c. : 168 C. Davey, 168; G. H. Reynolds, 168 ; II. C. Walker and R. Carey, 168 ; Power Travelling Cranes, F. W. Walker, 168 ; Water Cranes, R. J. Ransome and R. C. Rapier, 168
  • Indicating Apparatus : 28, 238, 339, 487 Air Spring Pressure Gauges, A. Allan, 233 ; Counting Mechanism, W. Voit, 23 ; Dynamo¬meters, Schaeffer and Budenberg, 238; for En¬gines, J. Atkinson 23 ; Fluid Meters, J. Sturgeon, 238; Hydrometers, Thermometers, &c., W. Chadwick, 23; Indicating Temperature or Pressure, J. Murrie, 23 ; Measuring Angles, P. Nevill, 238 ; Meters for Registering Supply of Compressed Air, J. Sturgeon, 23 ; Pressure Gauges, J. Jackson, 339 ; Pressure aud Vacuum Gauges, &c., G. Salter and H. Ault, 23 ; C. F. Wright, 339; Pyrometer, J. Frew, 23; Recording the Duration of Sunshine, W. E. Wilson, 487 ; Registering Temperatures, B. Brors, 23 ; Scales for Weighing, J. M. Napier, 23 ; Thermo¬meters, J. J. Hicks, 238 ; E. W. Upton, 839
  • Injectors : 24, 440
  • Schaeffer and Budenberg, 440 ; Ejecting and Injecting Fluids, B. M. Deetey and J. J. Bobins, 24
  • Iron and Steel, Manufacture and Treatment of : 121, 365, 583
  • A. Davy, 865; E. Fletcher, 583 ; Sheet, J. D. Grey, 121 ; G. Rowell, 121 ; La Société Ano¬nyme “ Le Ferro Nickel,” 583; W. II. Tooth and J. E. Rooker, 365 ; by Bessemer Process, A. Davy, 365 ; Direct from the Ore, J. Hansen, 365 ; Malleable Iron or Steel Direct from the Ore, C. Husgafoel, 365 ; Puddled, J. Gilligan, 583 ; Steel Converter Bottoms, Plugs, or Blocks,
  • A. Jarvis, and E. A. Tucker, 583 ; Tool Steel, R. HadBeld, 121 ; Working of Blast Fur¬naces, C. Cochrane, 121 ; Wrought-Iron Columns, A. H. Emery, 583; Wrought-Metal Plates, A. H. Emery, 583
  • Joints, Couplings, &c. : 24
  • A. Bollason, 24 ; Attaching Rubber Pipes to, J. H. Wild, 24 ; for Connecting Metallic Pipes, T. Birtwistle, 24 ; Expansion Joint for Steam and Water Pipes, H. W. Allen and J. G. Whitehead, 24 ; Joining the Ends of Metal Tubes, W. Green, 24 ; Joining Lead Pipes, C. Shields, 24
  • Lighting, Electric : 47,215, 216,313, 463, 607, 608
  • A. M. A. Beale, 216; F. Le B. Bedwell, 216;
  • P. Brown, 47 ; Adjustable Pendant or Sup¬port for Electric Lamps, A. E. Jones, 463 ; Air Pump for, P. Wrady, 47 ; Arc Lamps, C. F. Cooke and T. Bobinson, 463 ; V. V. Golitzinsky andP. O. Ryma8cheffsky, 216; Arc, H. Henne- bergand R. O. Lorenz, 47 ; M. U. Hurrell, 607 ; O. F. Joenssen, 215; O. P. Loomis and H. IF. Cooley, 463; IF. J. Mackenzie, 215; H. W. Pendred, 463 ; J. G. Statter, 607 ; E. C. Street and F. V. Maguire, 607 ; F. Thornton and O. Romanze, 47 ; Arc Striking Mechanism of Arc Lamps, C. F. Cooke and T. Robinson, 463 ; Carbons for, A. Bernstein, 607 ; G. Davidson, R. C. Jackson, and J. B. Duncan, 463 ; R. Dick, 313 ; F. Wynne and L. S. Powell, 215 ; Combined Bell Push and Incandescent Lamp Holder and Switch, C. K. Falkcnstein, 463; Contact Makers for the Holders of Incandescent, A. Swan, 47 ; Distributing Electricity, C. Xiper- nowsky and M. Déri, 313 ; Electric Lamps, G. Morris, 216 ; T. T. Smith, 463; J. Steven, 216; Filaments for, J. S. Williams, 215; Fuzes, Electric, J. Macnab and D. llicke, 608; Holder for Incandescent Lampa, U. Pieper, 463 ; Incandescent Electric Lamps, A. Grundy, 215 ; Moderators, E. L. Roussy, 463 ; Opening Electric Circuits to Prevent Damage, O. F. Joenssen, 216; Portable Lamp, J. C. Merry- weather and C. J. IF. Jakeman, 607; A. V. and G. F. Rose, 313; Regulating Arc, The Austrian Small Arms Manufacturing Company, 47, 313; C. Dornfeld and II. Mueller, 313; Resistance Boxes for Incandescence Lamps,
  • G. A. Nussbaum, 313; Semi-Incandescent
  • Lamp, O. F. Joenssen, 216 ; Supporting Incandescent, E. C. Walker, 47 ; Supports for the Shades and Bulbs of Incandescent Lamps, A. Swan, 463; Switchboards, C. C. Sonne, 216; Telescopic Swinging and Rotating Pendant for Incandescent Lamps, A. Grundy and G. W. Ready, 463 ; Wall Brackets and Suspensions for Lamps, J. G. Stapelton, 607
  • Lighting, Railway : 146, 390, 513, 614
  • W. A. Duncan, 146 ; by Electricity, Maschinen- fabrik Esslingen, Esslingen und Electrotechnische Fabrik, 146; Lamps, W. P., G. E., and C. E. Cherry, 390 ; T. Blake and M. Dain, 390, 513; Lamps for Burning Mineral Oils, J. Thomas, 614 ; in Tunnels, F. Bolton, 513
  • Locomotives : 145, 389, 390
  • W. B. and J. A. Johnson, 145 ; D. Mc.l. Beid, 389; A. Von Borries, 145 ; Locomotive Spark Arresters, L. J. Doyle, 390
  • Lubricators : 23, 24, 192, 237, 238, 339, 349, 559
  • F. H. Bolte, 24 ; J. Holt, 340; J. H. Kidd, 23; R. Lander, 238; B. Lander, 339; T. W. Mitchell, 339 ; J. Paton, 340; U. Roberts, 238 ;
  • Rost, 237; Portable Sight Feed, J. Stephen and T. Burt, ,237 ; Pump, G. J. Hambruck, 340 ; for Revolving Parts of Electrical Apparatus, D. L. Salomons, 237; Self-Acting, for Shafting, E. Whiteley, 24; Sight Feed, J. Etherington, 340; J. T. Hailwood, 340; F. H. J. Trierand M. Pletts, 24; Visible Feed, T. Brab- son, 24 ; Vulkan Stoeberiog Mekanisk Versted, 192; R. Wrigley, 559
  • Metallic Alloys ; 122 II. J. F. Niewerth, 122
  • Metals, Separating : 300 L. Q. and A. Brin, 300 ; Manufacture of Nickel and Cobalt, IL, H. A., and W. W. Wiggin and
  • S. Johnstone, 300
  • Meters, Water : 108, 340, 488
  • T. Barnes and II. S. Heath, 488; II. II. Bartlett and IF. II. Brown, 340 ; C. S. Bilham, 488 ; H. Meinecke, 488; J. G. Richert, 488;
  • If. Tuerk, Jun., 108; Proportional, L. II. Nash, 488
  • Mineral Oils, Distilling : 584 II. Aitken, 584 ; IF. H. Fraser, 584; N. M. Henderson, 584
  • Miscellaneous ; 24, 48, 98,122,140, 168,192, 216, 233, 262, 340, 306, 390, 414, 488, 514, 538, 584, 603, 630
  • Adjustable Wheel Gearing for the Rollers of Roller Mills, F. Wegmann, 414; Adjusting the Weight of Locomotives and Tenders so as to Increase the Grip of the Driving Wheel, F. Newhouse, 390; Annealing Pots, T. T. Smith, 584 ; Anti - Friction Roller Bearings, E. B. Lake, 340; Anti-Frictional Bearings, H. Loud, 614 ; Aspirating Apparatus for Use in Mines, E. and G. II. Ritzenfeldt, 24; Auto¬matic Gripper for Hauling Apparatus, W. Rutherford and T. Thompson, 340 ; Automa¬tically Controlling Electrical Circuits, K. IF. Hedges, 48 ; Basio Cinder, J. M. II. Munro, 584 ; Basic Cinder, Treatment of, J. M. H. Munro and J. Wrightson, 122 ; Baths for Galvanising, Tinning, or Coating Metals, W. 11. Luther, 122; Bearings for Shafting, W. Lorenz, 488 ; Boring Wells, C. Chapman, 488 ; Breaking Down Coal, 2'. Nicholson, 584 ; Breaking Pig Iron, F. Sharpe and M. II. Simpson, 366 ; Burning Tar and Heavy Oils, J. Taylor and A. and C. Stewart, 122; Carburetting Apparatus for Burning Coal Gas with Hydrocarbons, H.
  • E. Wallis and H. T. Ratcliffe, 630; Carrying Safety Fuzes for Use in Electric Circuits, G.
  • Sillar, 48 ; Causing an Electricul Circuit to be Closed or Opened by the Passage of a Train, W. Buck, 390; Cement and Lime, H. Mathey, 366 ; Cements, Rendering Luminous and Damp-Proof, E. Ormerod and W. C. Horne, 366; Coating Metal Plates, J. Wezel, 584 ; Com¬passes, Drawing, M. Tumor, 24 ; Compound Frictional Brakes and Connectors, W. II. Har- field, 168 ; Condensing Steam, G. Best, 192; Consolidation of Materials, C. Laboré, 122; Controlling tho Discharge of Liquids, A. Kaiser, 238 ; Converting Circular into Reciprocating Motion, F. F. Clerk and A. Foulston, 340 ; Conveying Coal from the Mine and Depo¬siting the Same, A. Leigh, 122 ; Cooling Gases and Vapours, W. F. Weldon, 584 ; Countershafts, C. II. Russom, 108; Couplings for Elec¬tric Leads and for Incandescent Lamps, W. B. Sayers and G. Hookham, 48; Crucibles and Melting Pots, Handling, L. T. Karras, 538; Crucibles, Muffles, &c., F. M. Lyte, 584 ; Crushing or Pulverising, H. J. W. Raphael and J. Syne, 168 ; Cutting Coal, J. Lodge, 366; Detecting the Whereabouts of Leakage in Un¬derground Water Mains on a Gradient, D. Bentley, 340 ; Driving Belts, C. O. Gehrchens, 192; J. A. Magnin, 538 ; Driving Belts and Ropes, F. Wegmann, 488; Driving Belts and Wheels, P. Adie, 538 ; Electric Annunciator, F. Walker, 216; Electric Bells, C. Brotherhood, 48; Electrical Apparatus, Portable, J. S. Williams, 216 ; Electrical Measuring Instruments,
  • J. R. Pratt, 48 ; Electrical Torsion Pendulum, Rabe Brothers, 216 : Electro-Magnet and Solenoid Cores, II. F. Joel, 48; Electro-Magnets, Neutralising the Residual Magnetism in, F. and O. Ilaenichen and O. Seebas, 216 ; Electro¬static Inductive Generators, C. L. Clarke and II. J. Coates, 48; Exchanging Mail Bags on Trains in Motion, E. C. E. Gallois, 146; Externally-Coated Metallic Tubes, F. Madeley and A. Oldham, 584 ; Extraction of Compounds of Phosphorus from Phosphide of Iron, L. Impc- ratori, 122; Fatty Substances, Distillation of, by Superheated Steam, M. Julien and M. Blumski, 122 ; Filters, Capillary, J. A. Tupper, 24; H. L. Doulton, 340; Fire Extinguishers, Automatic, W. M. Le Moyne, 238 ; Fire Extin¬guishers, Chemical, J. P. Scott, 238; Flat Wire Rope, It. S. Newall, 340 ; Foot Warmers for Railways, P. Buesche and J. E. Hopkinson, 262 ; Footstep Bearings for Vertical Spindles,
  • Skeldon, 238 ; Friction Gearing, W. A. Martin, 488; Friction Still, L. If. Pearce, 238 ; Frictional Clutches, D. D. and IF. D. Napier, 488 ; Furnaces, Electric, Lining for the Walls of, E. H. and A. H. Cowles, 366 ; Gas Burners, Cut-Off for, J. E. Birch and D. Henderson, 238; Gas, Carburetting, W. G. Little, 24; Gases, Generating, J. S. Badia, 584; Grinding Mills, II. Gruson, 414 ; Grinding Rollers, J. S. Dronsfield, 168 ; Hardening Certain Hydro- Carbons, R. Punshon and S. H. Beckles, 122 ; Horse Mills, H. Edelmann, 168; Hose, India-Rubber, J. B. Harris, 24; Hydro- Pneumatic Engine, J. W. Gordon, 192; Ice, Producing Transparent, G. II. Lloyd, 366; Inclined Cable Railways, J. Heath and W. Frost, 262 ; Induction Coils, K. S. Deinbinski, 48; Lamps for Burning Mineral Oil, T. W. Shaw and T. M. Harvey, 340 ; Lighting, J. G. Lorrain, 488 ; Lighting Gas Lamps Automatically, J. J. Butcher, 340 ; Lining Converters,
  • Versen, 122 ; Link Belting, D. Tullis, 538 ; Lock Nuts, H. B. Young, 238; Lock Washers forScrew Nuts and Bolts, II. and E. Hawkins, 146; Making Shot, tzc., F. S. Köhler, 630; Making Wiro Rope, It. S. Newall, 340; Manufacture of Basio Plug Bottoms and Bricks for Bessemer Converters, T. V. Hughes and 1'. W. Harbond, 122; Master Locking Apparatus for Railways, J. Steven, 390; Melting and De- silverising Lead, J. C. Ridley, 366; Mercurial Pumps for Exhausting Gases, W. F. Donkin, 238; Metal Ropes, T. C. Batchelor and A. Latch, 488; Metal Shafts, Axles, &c., R. II. Libby, 340; Metallic Band-Box for Reheating Scraps of Iron, Steel, &o., E. JIalc, 122; Metallising Woven Textile Fabrics, U. R. Pumariega, 584 ; Mines, Ventilation of, W. Teague, Jun., 24; Needles for Regulators of Sluices and for Sheet Piling of Cofferdams, J. E. Whiting, 262; Neutralising, Inductive Disturbances in Telephone Circuits, W. A. Jack- son and J. 0. Chambers, 48 ; Nut Locks, A. T. Allen and II. Cavill, 238; Nut Locks, F. G. Stark, 514; Obtaining an Adjustable-Stroke Reciprocating Motion with Approximately Uniform Movement, W. Niblet, 238; Obtaining Electric Currents, R. Rose, 48 ; Obtaining Mo¬tive Power, J. Gaingee, 310 ; Pipes and Mains in Streets for the Supply of Compressed Air, J. Sturgeon, 340 ; Plates, Thinning the Corners of, C. J. Galloway and J. H. Beckwith, 98; Portland Cement, W. G. Margetts, 122 ; Power, Conveying to a Distance by Means of Com¬pressed Air, J. Goode, 24; Producing a Flame from Kerosine Oil of any Density, W. Barraclough, 122 ; Producing Heat by Means of Gas, J. W. Baker, 122; Production of Light and Heat bv Burning Oils and Fats, W. Boggett, 238; Pulleys. G. and E. Smith and N. Smith, Jun., 340 ; Pumping Highly Rarefied Elastic Fluids, A. G. Southby and F. D. Blyth, 340; Raising of Stamp- Heads for the Shaping of Metals, A. C. Hands and F. Parkes, 538 ; Raising Water, S. H. Wright, 538 ; Reciprocating Chains in Ma¬chinery, Device for Compensating for the Wear of, B. F. Meyer, 638; Refrigerating, E. Fixary, 238; Retaining and Releasing Mechanism for the Cages of Mines, F. Westmeyer, 306 ; Rivets, J. L. Thomson, 538; Rotary Motion, E. Bray and J. Ileald, 340; Rotating Optical Apparatus, J. Hopkinson and J. Kenward, 202 ; Rust Pre¬ventative, W. E. Hart, 24; Safety Blasting Cartridges and Detonators, The Patent Oxonite Company and R. Punshon, 488 ; Scales, Measuring, M. Matierie, 24 ; Screws, «fee., The Russel and Erwin Manufacturing Com¬pany, 584 ; A. Siewerdt, 630; Securing Wheels on their Axles, E. Partridge, 390; Self-Ap¬plying Eccentric Gripping Apparatus for Start¬ing Levers of Engines, J. Langdon, J. A. Wade, and J. Cherry, 538; Separating Mag¬netic from Non - Magnetic Substances, H. Kessler, 684 ; Shaft Couplings, S. Stuart, 340; Shell for Fulminating Compounds, G. Bloem, 488 ; Shot Firing in Mines, Preventing Accidents through, F. A. Abel, 24 ; Shunts for Diverting Electric Currents, G. A. Mason, 48; Skip, J. S. Pearson, 538; Soldering, W. W. Hacking, 238; Spent Oxides of Iron, Treat¬ment of, J. Robinson, 122 ; Spindles, A. Ker¬shaw, 168; Springs, N. E. Spaulding, 340 ; Storing and Transporting Electrical Energy, L. II. Rogers, 48 ; Strengthening Lead for Lining Vessels, I. S. and J. T. McDougall, 122 ; Sub- Aqueous Objects, Demolition of, J. Lauer, 238 ; Sulphuric Tower, G. H. and W. II. Nichols and J. B. F. Herreshoff, 584 ; Tempera¬ture Regulation, IF. S. Johnson, 340 ; Tensile Strains, Testing, G. H. Denison, 122; Ther¬mostatic Heat Recorder, and Electric Signal, J. Gilmore and W. R. Clark, 608; Transmis¬sion of Power by Bands, J. II. Ratcliffe, 414 ; Tubes, Cylinders, Rings, and Bars, F. Elmore, 366 ; Tubular Rivets, B. L. Daubigne and G. G. Lusher, 538 ; Tuyere, Movable, J. R. Turnock, 122; Type-Writing and Matrix-Mak¬ing Machines, M. H. Dement, 24; Ventilating Apparatus, W. F. Gillet and H. B. Moreton, 24 ; Weighing Maciiine, W. B. Avery, 488; Wheels, Drums, and Pulleys, J. S. Fairfax, 488 ; Wheels and Pulleys, W. G. Gregory, 262 ; Wire- Drawing, S. H. Byrne, 168; Wire Ropes and Cables, W. II. and T. Laidler, 488; Woven Driving Belts, T. Jackson, 538
  • Mouldi.no and Casting : 121, 122, 583, 584 E. Buckley, 122 ; M. and J. Cornthwaite, 584; 21. B. Moore, 121; J. S. Williams, 121; Fire¬bars, J. Schofield and G. Graham, 121 ; Hollow Metal Ingots, W. E. Everitt, 584 ; Metal In¬gots, B. Atha, 583 ; Moulds for Casting Cy¬lindrical Forms, J. Whitley, 121; Steel, T. Gilmour, 121
  • Naval Range Finder : 74 Partly Communicated by C. G. Middelbos, 74
  • Ordnance:73
  • Adjusting, Pointing, or Training Cannon, B. B. Symon and H. S. Maxim, 73; Auto¬matic Sights for Turret Guns, A. Nobel, 73 ; Carriages for, IF. J. Hoyle, 73; Control¬ling the Movements of Guns in Recoil and Running Out, J. Vavasseur, 73 ; Controlling the Running Out and In of, J. Vavasseur, 73 ; Firing Tubes for Artillery, J. Macnab and T>. Hickie, 73 ; Folding Shields for Cannon and Machine Guns, R. S. dc Ricci, 73 ; Machine Guns, H. S. Maxim, 73; Manufacture of Guns, II. S. Maxim, 73 ; Opening and Closing the Breech of Heavy Guns, C. II. Murray, 73 ; Sights of Guus, J. Simpson, 73
  • Ores, Smelting uy Electricity : 464, 608 A. II. Cowles, 404; E. 11. and A. 11. Cowles, 608; J. Omholt, 608
  • Ores, Treating : 122, 366, 684 P. C. Bunn, 584 ; B. D. Healey and B. II. Thwaite, 584 ; Société Anonyme “ Le Ferro- Nickel,” 122; B. H. Thwaite nnd J. Redder, 584 ; Continuous Oxidising and Desulphurising of Ores, G. Attwood, 306 ; Extracting Gold, If. Munktcll, 122; Extracting Nickel and Cobalt, D. Mindcleff, 122; Metals, L. Q. and A. Brin, 122; Purifying Tin and its Alloys, T. Bowen, 122; Smelting and Reducing, J. McCulloch, 584
  • Pipe Joints : 339, 488
  • D. Faulds, 339; R. W. Hale, 339 ; T. Monks, 488 ; O. J. Williams, 488
  • Pulleys * 23
  • Differential Block, G. Billingharn, 23; J. Lathrop, 23; Loose, for Shafts, J. McCaffrey and C. II. Smith, 23
  • Puurs : 167,192, 366, 414. 487, 488, 53S W. Brown and C. N. May, 339; J. Grantham, 538; G. Melcher, 638 ; Air Compressor, F. W. Scott, 488; Arresting Gear for Pumping En¬gines, AI. Watson, 538 ; Automatically Re¬plenishing and Maintaining Air in Air Vessels of Water Alains and Pipes, G. F. Deacon, 487 ; Centrifugal Pumping Machinery, J. Gwynne and D. II. Alorton, 192; Compressing Air, T. Shono and E. Ault, 538; Compressing Air and Gases, G. E. Bellis and A. Moreom, 167; Double-Acting, A. Lc Grand and R. Sutcliff, 638 ; Exhausting Apparatus, AI. Evans, 487 ; Hydraulic Testing, T. I. Cammell, 414 ; Pro¬ducing Extreme Temperatures, E. Solvay, 488; Pulsometer, J. L. Berry, 167 ; Pumping Engines, J. C. Merrywcather and C. J. IF. Jakeman, 414 ; Rotary, C. T. Colebrook, 487 ; L. Poillon, 366; B. Wagstaff, 538; Valves for,
  • Bicdler, 538 ; J. J. Tyler, 107
  • Pyrites, Smelting : 366 J. Dixon, F. J. Blades, IF. S. Douglas, D. Garlick, and IF. Malcolm, 306
  • Railway Permanent Way ; 145, 201, 262, 389, 390, 513, 029
  • W. F. Bitho, 389 ; J. II. Betteley, 389 ; T. A. Davies, 262; F. Service, 513; Chairs, A. B. lbbotson, 389; B. IF. Jackson and II. S. Ashton, 629; Chairs and Sleepers, Ó'. Bideal, 261; P. Kirk, 145; Device for Securing Keys in their Chairs, G. A. Goodwin and W. F. How, 629; Fastenings, for Rails and Joints,
  • Hall, 261; Indicating the Position of Points, T. Isherwood, 261 ; Interlocking Signals and Switches, C. E. Carr, 145; Iron Sleepers and Rail Fasteners, W. E. Pedley, 513; IF. E. Pedley, 389; Aletal Sleeper for Rails, A. F. L. Bernard, 629 ; H. Hodgson, 389; F. W. Rafarel, 629 ; Aletallic Sleeper and Fixing for Rails, J. Livesey, 629; Nut- Locks for Uniting the Ends of Rails, J. B. Ball, N. AI. Bennett, and Alary Emily Bates, 262; Railroad Crossings, A. C. Rumble, C. E. Phinney, and S. A. Baxter, 145; Rail¬road Spikes, A. O. Alorford, 145 ; Chairs and Sleepers, IF. J. Chant, 513 ; Keys, J. El¬liott, 390 ; Securing Rails, A. 15. Ibbotson, 629; Sleepers, IF. S. Davy, 261; Sleepers and Chairs, J. C. Bunten, 145 ; J. C. Bunten and A. Alurray, 145 ; J. Howard and E. T. Bousfield, 3S9 ; Spike for Securing Rails or Chairs to Sleepers, R. AI. Boyd, 261 ; Track Support and Conduit for Traction Cable and Electric Con¬ductors, J. II. Gould, 145
  • Railway Rolling Stock : 146, 262, 389, 390, 513, 514, 584, 629
  • J. Lutley, 389; Alarm Passenger Communica¬tion for Railway Trains, J. Puntis, 390; Axle Bearings, J. Strachan and F. Watkins, 3S9; Axle-Boxes, S. A. Bemis, 146 ; N. W. Cutler,; Ball Bearings, La Société Trousscl, Faure et Smitter, 146 ; Bearings, G. W. Elliott,- 389 ; Boiler Furnaces, IF. Noble and A. Mackie, 360 ; Buffers, W. F. Stanley, 390; F. J. Talbot, 629 ; Carriage Wheels, W. O. Ares, 514 ; Construc¬tion of Passenger Carriages for Railways and Tramways, J. K. Banks, 146 ; Couplers, J. B. Avery, 262; N. W. Ifawkenson, 513; F. At¬tack and P. Morris, 2e2 ; T. A. Brockelbank, 513; W. Burnell, 513; W. Carter, 262; J. Crabtree, 390 ; IF. and T, Hill, 389; T., IF., and J. Latham, 146; P. Lindo, 146; R. Powell and T. and J. Alartin, 513 ; G. IF. Bhoades, 513; T. V. Riordan, 629; It Stone, 629; 11. Tamm and L. Buhrlcm, 262; G. Turner, 262; Coupling Buffers, G. Turton and F. J. Talbot, 262; Coupling for Drawbars, &c., of Railway Trains, H. Lippmann, 389; Divided Car Axles, H. Thielsen and II. W. Dilg, 262 ; Indi¬cator for Railway Trains, J. AI. Napier, 262 ; Production and Utilisation of Vapour Fuel, A. T. Ambler, 629 ; Regulating Blast of Locomotives, S. Alorley, 629; Springs, L. Sterne, 513; Steam Engines, A. S. Hamand, 514; Ventila¬ting, W. Y. Ober, 629; Wagons, Dumping, G.
  • Blaine, 584 ; Wheels, P. U. Askliatn, 389 ; L. R. Eaught, 146; Wheels and Axles, IF. Malam, 146
  • Railway Signalling : 146, 262, 390, 514, 630 AI. Baines, 390; J. Coleman and I. Henson, 202; T. A. Edison and E. T. Gilliland, 030; W. S. B. Kempe and W. F. Rowell, 262; 11. Lebasteur and Messrs. Mignon and Rouart, 390; J. Royston, R. Turner, and R. Webb, 262; IF. B. Sykes, 146 ; J. Tomlinson, Jun., ; S. A. Varley, 630 ; II. Williams, and A. Williamson,630; Block Signalling, R. R. Harper, 140; Controlling Signalling Apparatus and Points by Electricity,E. J. Houghton, 146 ; Elec¬trical, E. J. J. de Baillehachc, 514 ; J. Enright, 390; Inclosing Railway Signals in Cases, C.
  • J. and J. G. Howe, 030 ; Lamps, S. T. Dutton, 390; Self-Acting Station Indicator, I). AIcKellar, 630; Working Interlocking Points and Signals, S. T. Dutton, 390
  • Railways, Cable : 390
  • I. Aliller, 390; Slot Irons for, E. D. Dougherty, 390
  • Railways, Electrical: 146, 608, 030 J. F. McLaughlin, 146; F. J. Sprague, 608, 630; Electro-AIotors for, A. J. Jarman, COS; Transmitting and Collecting Currents in, AI. H. Smith, 630
  • Refrigerator : 340 J. Csete, 340
  • Relays : 314 Electric, J. Enright, 314
  • Rotary Blowers, Fans, &c. : 98, 168 A. Bollason, 168; J. S., T. A., and E. R. Walker, 168 ; and Exhauster, II. Wilkinson, 168 ; Pistons of, F. AI. Roots, 98
  • Ships, Boats, &c. : 24, 145, 261, 389, 513, 629 Anchors, W W. Smith, 389; Anti-Fouling and Anti corrosive Composition for, P. Denniston, 389 ; Automatic Feathering Paddle-Wheel,
  • J. Candy, 513; Automatically Pumping Bilge, Water from, A. Dunn, 513 ; Bevelling and Bending Ships’ Frames, S. W. Snowden, 261 • “ Bow Stoppers" for Anchor Cables, G. Adamson and J. T. Fenwick, 513 ; Cable Couplings, H. Gale, 261 ; Capstans \\. H. Harfleld, 24 ; Cleaning Bottoms of, II. Arentz, 613 Composition for tho Bottoms of Iron Ships, H. J. T. Ford, 261 ; Connecting Tele¬graph Cables to, R Atkin, 261; Construction and Propulsion of, F. Girein, 145; Construction of, E. Swindell, 145 ; Crankshafts, P. /lodges, f,->9 • Diminishing the Friction of the Chain in the Hawse Pipes when Lifting Ships’ Anchors, A A. McDougall and F. Thompson, 261 ; Dis¬engaging Hook for, W. F. Rees, 38» ; Feather¬ing Apparatus for Screw Propellers, R. T. Bells, 629 ; Finding the Relations between the Speed and Resistance of Vessels and other Moving Bodies,!'. Caws, 629; Fitting Rudders of, C. N. Nixon, 513; Governors, A. 0. Teng- rall, 629 ; Increasing the Efficiency of and Preventing Injury to Screw Propellers, G. Molvneux, 629; Indicating Distance, J. S. liaiuorth, 629; Locomotive Torpedoes, E. C. Peck, 629; Logs, B. Faymonville, 261; J. P. Rawlings, 629 ; Marine Brakes for, J., A , G. F., A. G., and E. A. McAdams, 389 ; Marine Com¬passes, W. C. Horne, 145; II. Job, 261; Paddle-Wheels, W. H. Daniels, 261; A. Joss,
  • R. Towns, A. Kynooh, and W. Reid, 261 ; Preparing Screw Propeller Blocks to Resist Corrosion, W. Telfer, 389; Propeller Shafts, Brown’s Seamless Metal Company, 145; Pro¬pellers, A. F. A. Vogelsang, 389 ; W. Welch, 389; C. E. Austin and W. Burchell, 261 ; Pro¬pelling and Steering, C. C. L. Lucht, 389 ; Propulson of, W. Barber, 261 ; Protecting Ventilators against the Entrance of Water in Stormy Weather, R. Yarrow, 389 ; Raising and Lowering Ships' Boats, 11. 11. Earl, 145; Raising Sunken Ships’, H. Riviere, 145 ; Rotators for Ships Logp, J. and G. II. Bliss, 261 ; Bowing Boats, S. Russell, 145 ; Rudders, C. N. Nixon, 389 ; Rudders and Steering Gear, J. II. Thomson and J II. Biles, 629 ; Screw Propellers, C. IF. Field, Jun., 261 ; N. Yagn, 389 ; E. H. Hall, 389 ; Screws for Propelling Sailing Vessels, W. Zealand, 145 ; Ships’ Berths, J. B. Secor, 145 ; Signal Buoys, E. E. Mann, 261; Steadying Rudders of, G. McColl and IF. B. Cumming, 513 ; Steam Capstans, J. W Brooke, 145; Steam Steering Gear for, J. P. IFi'foon, 261; Steering, E. C. II. Sam- sche, 145 ; Steering Gear, A. J. Maginnis, 513 ; Steering nnd Propelling, A. Winkler, 261 ; Swivel Shackle for Ships’ Anchors, C. Boyce, 145 ; Taking Soundings, A. J. Cooper and E. E. Wigzell, 629 ; Towing, Anchoring and Steer¬ing, J. McHardy, 261 ; Transmitting and Receiving Signals on Board, J. S. Gisborne, 261 ; Tube Motor for Propelling, W. II. Daniels, 261; War Ships, T. Cornish and B. Finch, 513
  • Steam Hammers : 163 J. A. Henckels, 168
  • Steam Traps : 340, 560
  • T. S. and J. T. McDougall, 560; Steam Trap, Rickard, 340
  • Stuffing-Boxes : 98
  • S. Berry, 98 ; S. II. Sparkes, 98
  • Switches, Elf.otric : 48, 210, 314, 464
  • H. B. and H. R. F. Bourne, 314 ; 5. X. dc Ferranti, 314 ; IF. B. Sayers and G. Hook- ham, 48; E. Zeller, 216; Automatic and Cut- Out, II. II. S. Cunynghamc, O. E. Woodhouse, and F. L. Baivson, 216; Automatio Electric Coupler, J. S. Raworth, 314 ; Boards, 11. E. B. Crompton, 314 ; Duplex Cut-Out for Electric Circuits, R. M. Baily and A. Grundy, 464 ; Electric Light, A. P. Lundberg, 314
  • Telegraphy and Telephony : 47, 48, 216, 314, 463, 464, 607, 608
  • IF. Blenheim, 464 ; J. IF. Bonta, 314 ; B. K. Boyle, 463 ; F. 11. Brown, 47 ; W. Burnley, 48; P. B. Dclany, 47; T. A. Edison, 463 ; J. G. Lorrain, 314; II. C. Mance, 464 ; A. P. Price, 47; J. Scotland, 216; G. W. Stewart, 464; Acoustic or Mechanical, Cordncr, Allen, and Co., T. M. and H. Collet, and O. Luandcrs, 463; Cable, E. Baron von Taund-Szvll, 314 ; H. A. Clark, 608 ; R. M. Lowne, 463 ; J. C. Sellars, 814; Conductors, H. A. Clark, 608; Conduits for Wires and Cables, G. D. Sutton, 607 ; Duplex System of Telegraphy, A. Muir- head, 47 ; Electrical Conductors, J. Tatham, 216; Electro-Telephonic Instruments, 5. P. Thompson, 314 ; Farquharson and Lane’s Electric Ships’ Teleeraph, W. Skinner, J. Farquharson, and D. W. Lane, 607 ; Insulated Electric Underground Conductor, E. W. Lan¬caster, 314 ; Insulator for Electrical Apparatus, B. Pell, 48 ; Insulators, H. L. James, 47 ; E. A. Mueller, 464 ; Line Wire, A. E. Gilbert, 314 ; Magneto Call Bell, II. T. O. Fraser and F. Young, 314; Mierophonic Transmitters, A. Dejongh, 47; “ Morse Inker” Apparatus, Siemens and Halske, 607 ; Photo-Telegraphy, W. Gcinmil, 463; Poles, &c., D. Wilson, 607; Receivers and Transmitters, F. N. Gisborne and D. II. Keeley, 404; Recording Instru¬ments, The New Haven Clock Company, 608 ; Relay Apparatus for Long-Distance Telegraph Lines, L. Maiche, 47 ; Supporting the Wires of Acoustic Telephone Circuits, G. L. Anders, 464 ; Telephone Repeaters, M. G. Farmer, 48; Telephone Switches, T. Ballard, 47; Trans¬mitters, C. E. Allen, 314 ; E. T. Gilliland, 403 ; E. H. Johnson,47; A. A. C. Swinton, 607 ; IF. C. Turnbull, 607; Underground Conductors,
  • 11. Dorsett, 464 ; Ventilating and Draining Conduits for Underground Wires, T. R. James, 47 ; Wires, II. O, Adams, 314; For Working Long Cables, L. Maiche, 216
  • Thermo-Electric Generators : 48, 314 J. Lea and G. C. Harvey, 48 ; II. Woodward, 314
  • Tools, Machine: 167, 168, 413, 414, 637 Boring, Turning, and Finishing Pulleys, W. J. Muncaster and M. McKaig, 167 ; Chains, E. L. Howe, 167 ; Combined Lathe, Planing, Shap¬ing, and Fluting Machine, J. Appleyard, 537 ; Corrugating and Bending Sheet Metal, L. Potthof, 413 ; Cutting Elliptical Holes, B. K. Jones, 167; Cutting Files, R. Denison, 168; A. Shardlow, 167 ; Cutting Nuts and Bolts, J. H. Mertens, 413; Cutting and Shaping Metals, H. Greenwood, 537 ; Endless BandSaw Machines, J. Watts, 167; Forging, 13. I’. Walker, C. B. Ketley. and T. D. Clare, 413 ; Forging Nuts, E. Davies, 537 ; Forging Screws, II. P. Boyd, 537 ; C. Fairbairn and M. Wells, 413; Grinding Lathes, II. Greenwood, 167; Grinding and Polishing, R. Luke and M. Spencer, 537 ; Gripping Jaws for Lathes, W. Macilwraith,167; Heavy Chains, V. Roeper, 167; Lathe Chucks, E. Pement, 537; Lathe Face- Plate and Chuck Attachment, E. Pement, 413; Lathes, A. Siewerdt, 413 ; Lathes for Trimming the Edges of Hollow Articles of Sheet Metal, E. S. Higgins, 414 ; Making the Cores of Arma¬tures, F. Wynne, 537 ; Metal-Planing Machine,
  • P. and H. C. Walter, 167 ; Nut Making, T. Neely, 167 ; Operating Screw Threading Taps,
  • H. De Lnmatcr and Co., 537 ; Oval Lathe, W. H. and G. Barker and G. Embery, 413 ; Planing Angle Bars previous to Caulking, D.
  • White, 413 ; Planing the E iges of Metallic Plates, R. H. N. Allevne and C. Scriven, 413 ; Planing Wood, W. B. Haigh, 167 ; Punching and Drawing Sheet Metal, N. C. Stiles, 413 ; Punching Washers, J. Walker and J. Austin, 167 ; Rising and Sinking Platforms forTyreing Wheels ana Similar Purposes, J. L. Baker and T. N. Cox, 537; Rivetting, F. Prasil, 413; Rock Drilling, E. Moreau, 537 ; Screws, II. A. Harvey, 537 ; Sharpening Cutters, IF. F. Smith and A. Coventry, 167 ; Sharpening and Setting Saws, Prat Frères, 168; Slide Rest Tool, J. Martignoni, 167 ; Slide Rests, H. Ehrhardt, 537 ; Slotting and Shaping, J. Butler, 413; Stamping, &c., by Explosive Gases, J. Hobson, 413; Stone Breaking and Ore Crushing, C. Mason and A. Hill, 537 ; Tool Holders, IF. II. Berry, 413; Tools and Tool-Holders for Planing Machines, A. H. Jeune, 167; Tube Rolling, F. Tangye, 413; Turning Hollow Metal Articles, E. Cope and A. Iiollings, 537 ; Wood Planing and Moulding, A. Ransome and T. J. Wilkie, 413
  • Tools, Small : 167, 168, 366, 414, 637, 538 Adjustable Spanners, A. Kay and W. L. Young, 537; Coiling Steel Wire, J. B. Siden, 414; Cutting Off the Heads of Rivets, J. S. Wilson, 537 ; Cutting the Teeth of Gear Wheels,
  • A. Marsh, 167 ; Dies, J. Brady, 538 ; Im¬parting Rotary Motion to Tools, S. Haxton, 167 ; Lathe Carrier or Dog, J. Barlow, 537 ; Miners’ Tools, W. R. Carr, J. Unwin, and J. F. Barlow, 537 ; Obtaining the True Centre of Metal Bars, W. Taylor, 414 ; Parallel Vice, J. Parkinson, 414; Picks and Hammers, J. Willis, 414 ; Saw Set, J. Laybolt, 414 ; Simultaneously Shaping Prismatio Bodies, S. Baum, 414 ; Steel,
  • Southgate, 168; Steel Anvils, W. Chrimes, 637 : Taps, E. Cope and A. Rollings, 537 ; Tube Expander, G. Lewis, 537 ; Tube Vices, C. Neil, 366 ; Vices, O. Flagstad, 414; T. Hunt, C. Pegg, and F. Turland, 414; Wrenches, F. Armstrong, and N. W. Vandegrift, 537
  • Torpedo Launches : 145 T. Nordenfelt, 145
  • Torpedoes, &c. : 262, 3ÊC, 488, 514 J. S. Comrie, 262 ; T. Smith, 514 ; Attaching Torpedo Nets to Ships and Working the same, W. M. Bullivant, 488; Mines and Land Tor¬pedo Apparatus, C. A. McEvoy, 366
  • Tramway and Railway, Electrical : 48 J. Hopkinson, 48
  • Tramways : 145, 390, 514 Breaking, Stopping, and Starting, J. McHardj' and J. McGruther, 390; Car Brakes, J. F. Mallinckrodt, 390; Cleaning Rails, J. B. Chau- dron and L. Manoury, 514; I. F. Cuttler, 145 ; J. and E. Townsend, 145 ; Condensing the Ex¬haust Steam of Tramway Engines, N. S. Russel, 145; Motors for Actuating the Cars upon Or¬dinary, T. Charlton and J. Wright, 514 ; Moving Points on, J. Hardman, 390; Rails and Wheels, G. Hookham, 390 ; Starting Gear for, A. M. Vereker and S. M. Yeates, 145
  • Tubes, Metal, Manufacture of : 413, 537 E. Dixon, 637; F. Elmore, 413; Jointed Mandrel for Coiling and Bending, G. Round,
  • 637
  • Valves, Cocks, &c. : 23, 97,167,191, 238,287,339, 414, 439, 488,638, 559, 630
  • J. Dunbar, 339 ; J. A. and J. Hopkinson, 488 ; R. M. McDougall, 339 ; O. Symes, 488 ; Cut-off, Automatic, for Slide Valves, J. II. Tangye and W. Johnson, 287 ; Opening and Closing Valves Automatically, W. Knowles, 559 ; Stop-Cocks, J. A. and J. Hopkinson, 238; Taps, W. Allen, 630; J. Rae, 23 ; II. Sutcliffe, 23 ; W. Vavasour, 23 ; Valves, Actuating, I. B. Carricaburu, 639 ; F. W. Jenkins, 559 ; R. L. Wcighton, 287 ; Valve Gear for, S. G. Browne, 287 ; C. Har¬tung, it! ; If. Jack, 439 ; J. C. Kay, 439 ; T. and D. McCulloch and T. White, 97 ; T. Swan, 97; T. Swan, 439 ; W. Voit, 191 ; W. and F. Wills, 439 ; Valve Motion, IF. Sisson, 287 ; Valves, W. Allen, 630 ; J. C. Bauer 23; R. Bentley and T. Ford, 559 ; K. II. Cowdrev, 287 ; C. Davy, 414 ; J. Eatock, 97 ; S. A. John¬son, 23 ; J. List, 559 ; J. C. l’eaehe, 191,237 ; E. C. Peck, 97; G. Bichert, 23; A. Biedler,; Schaeffer and Budenberg, 191; 11. II. and G. II. Taylor, 191; J. J. Tyler, 167; Valve Draw-Off, S. Wilkerson, 23

NAMES OF PATENTEES.

  • Abbl, F. A., Preventing Accidents through Shot Firing in Mines, 24
  • Accles, J. G., Carriage for a Machino Gun, 339
  • Adams, II. O., Telegraph Wires, 314
  • Adamson, G., and J. T. Fenwick, Bow Stoppers for Anchor Cables, 513
  • Adie, P., Driving Belts and Wheels thereof, 533
  • Aitken, H., Preventing the Formation of Scale in Boilers, 192
  • Aitken, H., Treatment of Carbonaceous, Bitu¬minous, Calcareous Substances, 584
  • Alexander, T. and S., and Paterson, R., Making Oil Gas, 365
  • Alkestcr, W. II., Mitchell, R., and Kelly, R. R., Secondary Batteries, 48
  • Allan, A., Air Spring Pressure Gauges, 238
  • Allen, A. T., and Cavill, H., Nut Locks, 238
  • Allen, C. E., Telephone Transmitters, 314
  • Allen, G., and Gregory, II. M., Weldless Chains, 23
  • Allen, II. W., and Whitehead, J. G., Expansion Joint for Steam and Water Pipes, 24
  • Allen, W., Acid Taps and Valves and Seats for Chemical Works, 630
  • Allen, IF. II., Wright, B., and Kapj>, G., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 313
  • Allen, W. H., Wright, R., and Kapp, G., Exciting the Field Magnets of Series-Wound Dynamo Machines, 607
  • Alleyne, R. II. N., ai d Scriven, C., Planing the Edges of Metallic Plates, 413
  • Ambler, A. 7'., Production and Utilisation of Vapour Fuel, 629
  • American Electric Arms and Ammunition Company, Electric Guns, 487
  • Anders, G. L., Supporting the Wires of Acoustic Telephone Circuits, 464
  • Anderson, J., Boilers, 192
  • Anderson, W., Hydraulic Compressor», 487
  • Andre, G. G., Explosive Compounds, 74
  • Andrew, C. II., Gas Engines, 440
  • Andrews, J. D. F , Multipolar Electric Machines, 47
  • Anson, W., Hammerless Breechloading Guns, 73
  • Appleyard, J..Combined Lathe, Planing, Shaping, and Fluting Machine, 537
  • Arentz, H., Cleaning Ships’ Bottoms, 513
  • Armstrong, F., and Vandegrift,N. W., Wrenches, 537
  • Armstrong, J. T., Electrical Batteries, 216, 314
  • Arndt, M., and Mariehal, J. L. S., Tubular Steam Boilers, 98
  • Arthur, W., Repeating Firearms, 237
  • Ashby, E. and A., Cement Kiln», 583
  • Asher, G., and Buttress, J , Obtaining Motive Power, 191
  • Ashlin, H. C., and Turner, IL, Compound En¬gine s, 287
  • Askham, P. U., Wheels for Use on Railways, 389
  • Atha, B., Metal Ingots, 583
  • Atkin, R , Connecting Telegraph Cables between
  • Ships and the Shore, 261
  • Atkinson, J., Gas Engines, 191
  • Atkinson, J., Gas Engines, 288
  • Atkinson, J., Heatingand Purifying FeedWater, 98
  • Atkinson, J., Indicators for Engines, 23
  • Attock, E., and Morris, P., Railway Wagon Coupling, 262
  • Attwood, G., Continuous Oxidising and Desul¬phurising of Orcs, 366
  • Auld, J., Actuating the Dampers of Steam Boiler Furnaces, 192
  • Austin, C. E., and Burchell, W., Propelling Vessels, 261
  • Austin, F. J., and Low, S., Preventing the For¬mation of Boiler Crust, 560
  • Austrian Small Arms Manufacturing Company, The, Regulating Electric Arc Lamps, 47, 313
  • Aveling, T. L., Wheels, 630
  • Avery, if. B., Car Couplers, 262
  • Avery, W. B., Weighing Machines, 488
  • Aves, W. O., Construction of Carriage Wheels, 514
  • Babcock, G. H., Air or Gas Engines, 439
  • Bachmann, L. G., Cartridges, 74
  • Backus, A., Jun., Furnaces, 121
  • Badia, J. S., Generating Gases, 584
  • Bailey, C. S., Cartridges, 339
  • Bailey, W. H., Fusible Plugs, 560
  • Baillehache, E. J. J. de, Train Signalling, 514
  • Baily, R. M., and Grundy, A., Duplex Cut-Out
  • for Electric Circuits, 46Ï
  • Baines, M , Railway Signals, 390
  • Bajnc, A., and Béjot and Co., Adjustable Tooth
  • for Agricultural Implements, 339
  • Baker, J. L., and Cox, T. N., Rising and Sinking Platforms for Tyreing Wheels and Similar Purposes, 537
  • Baker, J. W., Producing Heat by Gas, 122
  • Balde, J., Shells for Ordnance, 237
  • Ball, J. B., Bennett, N. M., and Bates, Mary
  • Emily, Nut Locks for Uniting the Ends of Railway Rails, 262
  • Ballard, T., Telephone Switches, 47
  • Bamford, H., Hydraulic Engines, 288
  • Bamford, S. B., Mowing and Reaping Machines, 237
  • Bamlctt, A. C., Mowing Machines, 339
  • Bancroft, J. S., Pointing Drills, 537
  • Banks, J. R., Construction of Railway and Tram¬way Carriages, 146
  • Barber, T. W., Tuyere Apparatus for Supply¬ing and Heating Blast, 365
  • Barber, W., Propulsion of Navigable Vessels, 261
  • Barker, E. D., Sharpening Twist Drills, 414
  • Barker, W. II. and G., and Embery, G., Oval Lathe, 413
  • Barlow, J., Lnthe Carrier or Dog, 537
  • Barnes, ft. 7\, and Heath, LI. S., Meters for Measuring Liquids, 488
  • Barraclough, W., Producing a Flame from Kerosine Oil of any Density, 122
  • Bartlett, II. M., aiut Brown, IF. 11., Fluid Meters, 340
  • Batchelor, T. C., and Latch, A., Metal Ropes, 488
  • Bates, C. J-, Fastening lor Furnace Doors, 365
  • Batho, W. F., Permanent Way of Railways, 389
  • Bauer, J. C., Self-Acting Stop Valves, 23
  • Baum, S., Simultaneously Shaping several Sur¬faces of Nuts and other Prismatic Bodies, 414
  • Bayliss, T. R., Manufacture of Ordnance and Projectiles, 487
  • Beale, A. M. A., Conveying Articulate Speech by Electricity, 216
  • Becker, F., Explosives, 74
  • Bedwell, F. Le B , Telegraph Cable, 216
  • Bcechey, C. G., Gas Engines, 287
  • Beer, A., Breechloading Small Arms, 237
  • Bell, A., Fuel Economisers, 584
  • Bell, A. J., Filtering Liquids, 238
  • Bellis, G. E., and Morcom, X, Compressing Air and Gases, 167
  • Bells, R. T., Feathering Apparatus for Screw Propellers, 629
  • Bemis, S. J., Axle-Boxes, 146
  • Benjamin, P., Secondary Batteries, 314
  • Bennett, A. It., Voltaic Batteries, 464
  • Bentley, D., Detecting the Whereabouts of
  • Leakage in Underground Water Mains on a Gradient, 340
  • Bentley, It., and Ford, T., An Equilibrium Slide Valve for Steam Engines with Variable Cut-Off or Expansion Valve, 559
  • Berlin Anhaltisehe Maschinenbau-ActienGescllschaft, Distillation of Ammonia from Ammo- niacal Liquors, 366
  • Bernard, A. F. L., Metallic Cross Sleepers for Railways, 029
  • Bernstein, A., Carbons for Incandescent Lamps, 607
  • Bcrrington, A. T. D., Regenerating Waste Gases, 365
  • Berry, J. L., Pulsometer, 167
  • Berry, S., Stuffing-Boxes, 98
  • Berry, IF. IP, Tool-Holders, 413
  • Best, G., Condensing Steam, 192
  • Betteley, J. II., Securing the Permanent Way of Railways, 389
  • Bichel, C. E., Storing and Applying Liquid Ex¬plosives, 74, 366
  • Bilham, C. S., Measuring Fluids under Pressure, 488
  • Billingham, G., Differential Pulley Blocks, 23
  • Birch, J. E., and Henderson, D., Cut-Offs for Gas Burners, 238
  • Birtwistle, T., Joints for Connecting Metallic Pipes, 24
  • Bischoff, H., Case Projectiles, 74
  • Bisset, T. S., Reaping and Mowing Machines, 487
  • Black, W., Briquettes or Fuel Blocks, 365
  • Blaine, G. E., Dumping Wagons, 584
  • Blake, J., Steam Generators, 288
  • Blake, T., and Dain, M., Railway Carriage Lamps, 390, 513
  • Blenheim, IF., Telephonic Apparatus, 464
  • Blennerhasset, J. F., Hydraulic Engine, 560
  • Bliss, J. and G. II., Rotators for Ships’ Logs, 261
  • Bloem, G., A Shell for Fulminating Compounds, 488
  • Boggett, W., Production of Light and Heat by Burning Oils and Fats, 238
  • Bolte, F. H., Lubricators, 24
  • Bolton, F., Lighting Railway Carriages in Tunnels and Underground Railways, 514
  • Bonehill, C. G , and Simpson, A. J., Breechload¬ing Small Arms, 73
  • Bonta, J. IF., Electrical Transmission of Sound, 314
  • Borries, A. von, Compound Locomotives, 145
  • Boulton, M. P. IF., and Perrett, E., Hot-Air Engine, 191
  • Bourne, H. B. and H. R. F., Electrical Switches, 314
  • Bow, W., Compound Pumping Engines for Charging Accumulators, 288
  • Bowen, T., Purifying Tin and its Alloys, 122
  • Bowers, II. J. A , Purifying Water for Steam Boilers, 440
  • Boyce, C., A Swivel Shackle for Ships’ Anchors, 145
  • Boyd, H. P., Dies for Forging Screws, 537
  • Boyd, K. M., Spike for Securing Rails or Chairs to Sleepers, 261
  • Boyle, 11. K., Telegraphic Apparatus, 463
  • Brabson, '1'., Visible Feed Lubricators, 24
  • Brady, J., Dies, 538
  • Braidwood, J. Retort Lids, 365
  • Bray, E., and Heald, J., Rotary Motion, 340
  • Bray, G., Automatically Regulating the Supply of Gas to Engines and Preventing Jumping of Gas Flames, 559
  • Brevoort, 11. L., and Ilobcrts, 1. L , Electric Batteries, 216
  • Brevoort, H. L., and Roberts, I. L., Electric Batteries, 48
  • Brciver, II., and Zeh, C. 31., Car Axle-Boxes, 23
  • Brin, L. Q. and A., Separating Metals, 366
  • Brin, L. Q. and A., Treating Metals, 122
  • Brock, IF., Compound Steam Engines, 439
  • Brock, W., Packing for Piston and Valve Rods in Tandem Steam Engines, 287
  • Brockelbank, T. A., Railway Car Coupling, 513
  • Brooke, J. W., Steam Capstans, 145
  • Brors, 11., Registering Temperatures, 23
  • Brotherhood, C., Electric Bells, 48
  • Broussas, L., Steam Boiler Furnaces, 288
  • Brown, A., Hopper Dredgers, 538
  • Brown, A. B., Compound Pumping Engines, 440
  • Brown, C., and Bayliss, W. F., Hand Guards for Guns, 74
  • Brown, F. II., Telegraphy and Telephony, 47
  • Brown, H. P., Electric Lighting, 47
  • Brown, J. E., Triplicate Cultivator for Cultivat¬ing, Rolling, and Harrowing Land by One Operat’on, 487
  • Brown, W., and May, C. N., Pumps, 339
  • Brown, W. II., Gun Barrels, 74
  • Brown’s Seamless Metal Company, Propeller Shafts, 145
  • Browne, S. G., Valve Gear for Stenin Engines, 287
  • Bruggemans, F., and Donkers, L., Economising Fuel in Internally Heated Boilers, 440
  • Buck, W., Causing an Electrical Circuit to be Closed or Opened by the Passage of a Train, 390
  • Buckley, E., Making Moulds, 122
  • Buesche, P., and Hopkinson, J. E., Foot Warmers for Railways, 262
  • Buisson, P. L., J. A., and L., Steam Generators, '.8
  • Bullivant, W. M., Attaching Torpedo Nets to Ships and Working the Same, 488
  • Bullough, C. T., Regulating the Speed of Steam Engines, 191
  • Bunn, P. C., Utilisation of the Bye-Products or Waste of Lead Ores for the Manufacture of Pigments, 584
  • Bunten, J. C., Sleepers and Chairs for Railways, 145
  • Bunten, J. C., and Murray, A., Sleepers and Chairs tor Railways, 145
  • Burnell, W., Car Couplings, 513
  • Burnley, W., Telephonic Apparatus, 48
  • Burns, W., Self-Acting Feed Apparatus for Steam Boilers, 440
  • Burr, E. B., Galvanic Batteries, 464
  • Butcher, J. J., Lighting Gas Lamps Automati¬cally, 340
  • Butler, J., Slotting and Shaping Machines, 413
  • Butler, S., Artificial Fuel, 584
  • Butler, S., Compound Engines, 287
  • Byrne, S. H., Apparatus for Wire-Drawing, 168
  • Cadiat, N. V., Steam Generators, 560
  • Calla6, H., Steam Boiler Furnaces, 192
  • Cammed, T. I., Hydraulic Testing Pumps, 414
  • Campbell, W., Preventing Priming in Steam Boilers, 560
  • Candv, F. J., Automatic Feathering Paddle Wheel, 513
  • Capito, C. A. A., and Hardt, M. P., Dynamo Ma¬chines and Electro-Motors, 463
  • Carmien, P. J., Air-Gas Apparatus, 121
  • Carpenter, C. C., Retort Lid Fittings, 5S1
  • Carr, C. E., Interlocking Signals and Switches, 145
  • Carr, W. R., Urwin, J., and Barlow, J. F., Miners’ Tools, 537
  • Carricaburu, I. B., Valve Actuating Arrange¬ments for Steam Engines, 559
  • Carter, W., Railway Coupling, 262
  • Caws, F., Finding the Relations between the Speed and Resistance of Vessels and other Moving Bodies, 629
  • Chadwick, W., Hydrometers, Thermometers, &c., 23
  • Chambers, A. M„ and Smith, T., Coke Ovens, 5S3
  • Chant, IF. J., Railway Chairs and Sleepers, 513
  • Chapman, C., Boring Wells, 488
  • Charlton, T., and II right, J., Motors for Actuat¬ing the Cars upon Ordinary Tramways, 614
  • Chaudron, J. B., and Manoury, L., Cleaning Tramrails, 514
  • Cherry, W. P., G. E., and C. E., Railway Carriage Lamps, 390
  • Chrimes, W., Steel Anvils, 537
  • Clark, H. A., Electric Cables, 608
  • Clark, H. A., Electrical Conductors, 608
  • Clarke, C. L., and Coates, H. J., Electro-Static Inductive Generators, 48
  • Clarke, C. L., and Coates, H. J., Lighting Gas by Electricity, 608
  • Clarke, T. 2’., Feeding Steam Boilers, 560
  • Clarke, W., Steam Generators, 98
  • Clerk, F. F., and Foulston, A., Converting Cir¬cular into Reciprocating Motion, 340
  • Cochrane, C., Working Blast Furnaces, 121
  • Colebrook, C. T., Rotary Pumps, Exhausters, &c., 487
  • Coleman, J., and Henson, I., Railway Signals, 262
  • Coleman, J. J., Galvanic Batteries, 314
  • Coles, H. J., Discharging Dredger Grabs, 538
  • Collamore, W.L., and Ackroyd, W., Engine Go¬vernors, 97
  • Comrie, J. S.,Torpedoes, 262
  • Cooke, C. F., and Robinson, T., Arc Striking Me¬chanism of Electric Arc Lamps, 463
  • Cooke, C. F., and Robinson, T., Electric Arc Lamps, 463
  • Cooke, G. B. D., Cartridge Cases for Small Arms, 237
  • Cooper, A. J., and Wigzell, E. E , Taking Sound¬ings, 629
  • Cooper, IF., and Holdstcorth, J., Lowering a
  • Dredger or Similar Apparatus without Closing, 533
  • Cope, E., and Hollings, A., Manufacture of Taps for Forming Screw Threads in Nuts, 637
  • Cope, E., and Hollings, A., Preparing Hollow Metal Articles, 537
  • Cordner, Allen, and Co., Collet, T. M. and H., and Luanders, G., Acoustic or Mechanical Tele¬phones, 463
  • Cornish, T., and Finch, B., Warships, and Steer¬ing the Same, 513
  • Cornthwaite, M. and J., Moulds for Casting Pipes, 584
  • Corry, J., and Sleat, J, F., Spherical Rotary Engine, 288
  • Courtenay, R. H., Generating Currents of Voltaic Electricity, 314
  • Cowdrey, R. H., Steam Engines, 287
  • Cowdrey, R. IL, Steam Engines, 287
  • Cowdrey, R. IL, Valves for Steam Engines, 287
  • Cowles, A. H., Smelting Ores by Electricity, 464
  • Cowles, E. H. and A. H., Lining the Walls of Electric Furnaces, 366
  • Cowles, E. IL, and A. 11., Operating Electric Smelting Furnaces, 608
  • Cox, R., Compound Steam Engines, 287
  • Coze, A., Retorts for the Distillation of Coal, 121
  • Crabtree, J., Couplings for Railway Vehicles, 390
  • Craig, W., Steam Boilers, 98
  • Crohn, F. W., Steam Engines, 97
  • Crompton, R. E. D., Switch Boards, 314
  • Crossley, L. J., Hanson, R., and Hicks, J. J., Water Gauges, 288
  • Csete, J., Refrigerating Liquids, 340
  • Cunynghamc, U. IL Woodhousc, O. E., and Rawson, F. L., Automatic Electric Switch and Cut-Out, 216
  • Cutler, N. W., Railway and Tramway Axle- Boxes, 389
  • Cutting, IL, Steam Engines, 287
  • Cuttler, I. F., Clearing Tramway Lines, 145
  • Daimler, G., Motor Engines Worked by Com¬bustible Gases, 440
  • Daniels, W. H., Paddle Wheels, 261
  • Daniels, W. II., Tube Motor for Propelling Vessels, 261
  • Daubigne, B. L., and Lusher, G. G., Manufac¬ture of Tubular Rivets, Lacing Studs, and tho like, 538
  • Davey, C., Hydraulic Cranes, 168
  • Davidson, G., Jackson, R. C., and Duncan, J. B., Carbons for Incandescent Lamps, 463
  • Davies, A. L„ Reversing and Expansive Appa¬ratus for Steam Engines, 191
  • Davies, E., Forging Nuts, 537
  • Davies, T. A., Railway Permanent Way, 262
  • Davis, D. A., Electrical Cells, 48
  • Davison, C. B., Boiler Furnaces, 98
  • Davy, A., Making Steel by the Bessemer Process, 365
  • Davy, A., Steel, 366
  • Davy, C., Hydraulic Valves, 414
  • Davy, W.S., Railway Sleepers, 261
  • Deacon, G. F., Replenishing and Maintaining Air in Air Vessels of Water Mains and Pipes, 487 Decley, J., Jun., and Penn, F. J., Cocking Me¬chanism of Drop-Down Small Arms, 339
  • Deeley, R. M., and Robins, J. J., Ejecting and Injecting Fluids, 24
  • Dehne, A. L. G., Purifying the Feed Water for Steam Boilers, 440
  • Dejongh, A., Microphonic Transmitters, 47
  • Delagneau, G., and Graham, J. H., Piston Pack¬ings, 192
  • De Lamater, C. IL, and Co., Machines for Ope¬rating Screw Threading Taps, 537
  • Delany, P. B., Telegraphic Apparatus, 47
  • Dembinski, K. S., Induction Coils, 48
  • Dement, M. H., Type-Writing and Matrix-Mak¬ing Machines, 24
  • Denqvster, R., Jun., Condensers for Manufacture of Gas, 365
  • Denison, G. IL, Testing Tensile Strains, 122
  • Denison, R., Cutting Files, 108
  • Denniston, P., Anti-Fouling and Anti-Corrosive Composition for Ships, 3S9
  • Dick, J., Drying Air, 122
  • Dick, R., Carbon Filaments for Incandescence Lamps, 313
  • Dietzsch, C., Furnaces for Burning Limestone, 866
  • Dixon, C., Charges and Cartridges for Small Arms, 237
  • Dixon, E., Manufacture of Tubes and Cylinders, 537
  • Dixon, J., Blades, F. J., Douglas, IF. S-, Garlick, D., and Malcolm, IF., Smelting Pyrites, 300
  • Doering, F. B., Purifying the Water of Steam Boilers, 288
  • Donald, W. J. A., Manufacture of Refractory Materials, Suitable for Lining Furnaces and Converters, 300
  • Donkin, W. F., Mercurial Pumps for Exhausting Gases, 238
  • Dorman, G. E., Gramme Armatures for Electric Generators and Motors, 607
  • Dornfeld, C-, and Mueller, IL, Regulating Arc Lamps, 313
  • Dorsett, D. H., Underground Electrical Con¬ductors, 464
  • Dougherty, E. D., Slot Irons for Cable Railways, 390
  • Doulton, H. L., Filters, 340
  • Downing, D. F., Cartridge Cases, 74
  • Doyle, L. J., Locomotive Spark Arresters, 390
  • Drake, T., Heating Water and Generating Steam, 560
  • Dronsfield, J. S., Grinding Rollers, 168
  • Dulac, L. S., Furnaces, 121
  • Dunbar, J., Stop-Cocks, 339
  • Dunean, W. A,, Electric Lighting of Trains, 146
  • Dunn, A., Automatically Pumping Bilge Water from Vessels, 513
  • Dutton, S. T., Railway Signal Lamps, 390
  • Dutton, S. T., Working Interlocking Points and Signals on Railways, 390
  • Duval, J., Breechloading Firearms, 237, 339
  • Earl, R. IL, Raising and Lowering Ships' Boats, 145
  • Earsdon, J., Water Pressure Engine, 288
  • Eatock, J., Slide Valves, 97
  • Ebstein, P., Buckets for Elevators, 538
  • Economic Motor Company, The, Gas Engines, 97
  • Economic Motor Company (Incorporated), The, Gas Engines, 191
  • Eddington, S., and Stevenson, J., Water Gauges for Steam Boilers, 288
  • Eddington, S., and J. E., Lagging for Boilers, 288
  • Edelmnnn, IL, Horse Mills, 168
  • Edge, J., Seating Horizontal Steam Boilers, 2S3
  • Edison, T. H., Telegraphy, 463
  • Edison, T. A., and Gilliland, E. T., Signalling by Induction, 630
  • Ehrhardt, H., Slide Rests, 537
  • Eimecke, IF., Closed Hot-Air Engines, 559
  • Elliott, G. W., Bearings for Axles, 389
  • Elliott, J., Railway Keys, 390
  • Elmore, F., Manufacture of Tubes, Rings, &c., 366, 413
  • Elu, A., and E. Courcelles, Heating by Electri¬city, 608
  • Emery, A. IL, Wrought Metal Columns, &c., 5S3
  • Emery, A. H., Wrought Metal Plates, 583
  • Enright, J., Electric Relays, 314
  • Enright, J., Electrical Signalling and Recording Apparatus for Use on Railways, 390
  • Etherington, J., Automatic Sight Feed Lubrica¬tor, 340
  • Evans, J., Pumping Engines, 560
  • Evans, M., Exhausting Apparatus, 487
  • Everitt, W. E., Casting Hollow Metallic Ingots for the Manufacture of Tubes, 584
  • Fairbairn, C., and Wells, M., Forging Screws by Rollers, 413
  • Fairfax, J. S., Wheels, Drums, and Pulleys, 488
  • Falkenstein, C. K., Combined Electric Bell Push and Incandescent Lamp Holder and Switch, 463
  • Farmer, M. G., Telephone Repeaters, 48
  • Farquharson, C. K., and Gunbins, R. R., Gas Checks for Projectiles, 74
  • Faught, L. R., Carriage Wheels, 146
  • Faulds, D., Pipe Joints, 339
  • Faymonvillc, B„ Ships’ Logs, 261
  • Ferguson, J., Jun., Steam Boilers, 288
  • Ferranti, S. X. dc, Electric Switches, 314
  • Ferry, S. O., Compound Steam Engines, 191
  • Field, C. IF., Jun., Screw Propellers, 261
  • Field, E., Engines Worked by Steam and Pro¬ducts of Combustion from Furnaces, 287
  • Finlayson, F., Rolling Metals, 414
  • Fitzgerald, D. G., Voltaic Batteries, 60S
  • Fixary, E., Refrigerating Apparatus, 238 Flagstad, ()., Vices, 414
  • Fleming, W. T., and Ferguson, P., Steam Boilers, 440
  • Fletcher, E., Treatment of Pig Iron for Elimi¬nating Impurities during the Process of its Conversion into Malleable Iron or Steel, 583
  • Fletcher, J., Injectors, 98
  • Forbes, G., Establishing Electric Connection be¬tween Surfaces in Relative Motion, Applicable to the Collectors of Dynamo Machines, 215
  • Ford, H. J. T., Preservative Composition for the Bottoms of Iron Ships, 261
  • Fosbery, G. V., Gun Barrels, 74
  • Foster, A, and Anderson, F. I"., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 463
  • Fox, S., Metallic Tubes for Flues and Shells of Steam Boilers, 413
  • Fraser, H. T. 0., and Young, F., Magneto Call Bell Apparatus, 314
  • Fraser, IF. if., Distilling Mineral Oils, 584
  • Fraser, W. M., Furnaces for Burning Liquid Fuel, 365
  • Frew, J., Pyrometer, 23
  • Furness, C., Discharging Centrifugal Machines whilst in Motion, 24
  • Gabriel, E. E., Metallic Packing, 192
  • Gale, H., Cable Couplings, 261
  • Gallois, E. C. E., Exchanging Mail Bags on Trains in Motion, 146
  • Galloway, C. J., and Beckwith, J. II., Thinning Corners of Boiler or other Plates, 98
  • Gamgee, J., Obtaining Motive Power, 340
  • Gardner, E. M., Electrodes for Secondary 4G4
  • Garrett, Smith, and Co., Thrashing Machines, 237
  • Gehrchens, C. 0., Driving Belts, 192
  • Gemmil, W., Photo-Telegraphy, 463
  • Gercke, K., Breechloading Killes, 487
  • Gilbert, A. E., Electrical Line Wire, 314
  • Gillet, W. F., and Moreton, H. B., Ventilating, 24
  • Gilligan, J., Puddled Iron and Steel, 583
  • Gilliland, E. T., Telephone Transmitters, 463
  • Gilmore, J., and Clark, W. R., Thermostatic Heat Recorder and Electric Signal, 608
  • Gilmour, T., Casting Steel, 121
  • Girein, F., Construction and Propulsion of Ships, 145
  • Gisborne, F. N., and Keeley, D. If., Telephonic Receivers and Transmitters, 464
  • Gisborne, J. S., Transmitting and Receiving Signals on Board Ship, 261
  • Golitzinsky, V. V., and Rymascheffsky, P. 0., Electric Arc Lamps, 216
  • Goode, J., Conveying Power to a Distance by Means of Compressed Air, 24
  • Goodwin, C. R., Carbon Element for Galvanic Batteries, 464
  • Goodwin, G. A., and How, W. F., Device for Securing Railway Keys in their Chairs, 629
  • Gordon, J. W., Hydro-Pneumatic Engine, 192
  • Gould, J. H., Railway or Tramway Track Sup¬port and Conduit for Traction Cable and Electric Conductors, 145
  • Graepel, H., Furnaces, 98
  • Grantham, J., Pumps, 538
  • Green, W., Joining the Ends of Metal Tubes, 24
  • Greener, W. W., Cartridge Cases, 339
  • Greenwood, II., Cutting and Shaping Metals, 537
  • Greenwood, H., Grinding Lathes, 167
  • Gregory, W. G., Flexible Wheels and Pulleys, 202
  • Gresham, J., Hose Pipe Couplings, 390
  • Grey, J. D., Manufacture of Sheet Iron and Steel, 121
  • Grundy, A., Incandescence Electric Lamps, 215
  • Grundy, A., and Ready, G. W., Telescopic Swing¬ing and Rotating Pendant for Incandescent Lamps, 463
  • Gruson, H., Grinding Mills, 414
  • Gwynne, J., and Morton, D. H., Centrifugal Pumping Machinery, 192
  • Hacking, W. W., Portable Apparatus for Solder¬ing Operations, 23S
  • Hadtield, R., Tool Steel, 121
  • Uacnichcn, F. and 0., and Secbas, 0., Neutral¬ising the Residual Magnetism in Electro- Magnets, 216
  • Haigh, W. B., Planing Wood, 167
  • Hailwood, J. T., Sight Feed Lubricator, 340
  • Hale, E., Metallic Band-Box for Reheating Scraps of Metal, 122
  • Hale, R. W., Pipe Joints, 339
  • Hale, W. E., Gas Engines, 97
  • Hall, E„ Fastenings for Rail and Rails Joints, 261
  • Hall, E. H., Screw Propelling Apparatus, 3S9
  • Hall, J. M., Rotary Engines, 440
  • Ham, J., Boiler Furnaces, 288
  • Hamand, A. S., Steam Engines, 514
  • Hambruck, G. J., Lubricating Pump for Engine Cylinders, 340
  • Hands, A. C., and Parkes, F., Raising Stamp- Heads for the Shaping of Metals, 538
  • Hansen, A., Manufacture of Iron and Steel Direct from the Ore, 365
  • Hanson, J., Purifying Coal Gas, 121, 365
  • Hardman, J., Moving Points on Tramway Lines, 300
  • Hardy, D. D., Steam Engines, 287
  • Harfleld, W. H., Capstans, 24
  • Harfield, W. H., Compound Frictional Brakes and Connectors, 168
  • Hargreaves, J. C., Preventing Explosions of Steam Boilers, 192
  • Harper, R. R., Block-Signalling on Railways, 146
  • Harris, H. T„ Voltaic Batteries, 608
  • Harris, J. B., India-Rubber Hose, 24
  • Harrison, J. G., Brake Ironwork, 390
  • Harrison, J. G., Manufacture of Certain Parts of Brakes, 030
  • Harrison, R. W., Packing, 340
  • Harrison, R. W., Packing for Stuffing-Boxes, 102
  • Hart, W. E., Rust Preventative, 24
  • Hart, W. and J., Traction Engines, 390
  • Hartig, H., Gas Engine, 287
  • Hartley, J., Steam Boilers, 560
  • Hartung, C., Valve Gear, 97
  • Harvey, H. A., Screws, 537
  • Hassall, W., Furnaces for Heating Kilns, 121
  • Hathaway, J. G., Pulverising Fuel and Feeding Furnaces, 583
  • Hawkenson, N. W., Car Couplers, 513
  • Hawkins, H. and E., Lock Washers for Screw Nuts and Bolts, 146
  • Hawksley, G. W.» and Andrews, T., Furnace Bars, 288
  • Haxton, S., Imparting Rotary Motion to Tools, 167
  • Hayes, C. W., and Duncanson, C. C., Projectiles, 74
  • Haythorn, J., Corrugated Furnace Shells for Steam Boilers, OS
  • Hayward, H. S , and McDowell, R., Check Valves for Steam Boilers, OS
  • Hazelton, M. IF., and The Babcock and Wilcox Company, Feed Water Heaters and Purifiers, 08
  • Healey, B. D., and Thwaite, B. H., Smelting Ores, 584
  • Healy, B. D., Furnaces for Burning Towns’ Re¬fuse and Decomposing Fumes there from, 583
  • Heath, J., and Frost, W., Inclined Cable Railways,
  • 262
  • Hedges, K. IF., Automatically Controlling Electrical Circuits, 48
  • Heidemann, J. M., Gunpowder, 74
  • Heidmann, J. N., Cartridges, 74
  • Henckels, J. J., Steam Hammers, 168
  • Henderson, N. M., Distilling Mineral Oils, 584
  • Henkel, G., Hoisting Machinery, 414
  • Henneberg, II., and Lorenz, R. O., Electric Arc Lamps, 47
  • Herbertz, F. A., Cupola Smelting Furnaces, 583
  • Hick, J., and Phillips, J. F., Rotary Engines, 559
  • Hicks, J. J., Thermometers, 238
  • Higgins, E. S., Lathes for Trimming the Edges of Hollow Articles of Sheet .Metal, 414
  • Higgins, F. H. W„ Voltaic Batteries, 608
  • Hill, IF. and T., Coupling Railway Wagons, 3S9
  • Hodges, P., Crankshafts, 629
  • Hodgson, H., Metallic Sleepers for Railways, 389
  • Holden^ EI.y and Brooke Ji. G.y Regulating the Supply of Feed Water to Steam Boilers, 288
  • Holden, H., Brooke, R. G., and White, T. H Injectors, 9S
  • Holland, H. W., Repeating Firearms, 73
  • Hollerith, H., Air Brakes for Railway Cars, 514
  • Holt, J., Lubricators, 340
  • Hookham, G.( Brushes for Dynamo-Electric Ma¬chines, 47
  • Hookham, G., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 313
  • Hookham, G., Tramrails and Wheels, 390
  • Hope, IF., Ammunition, 74
  • Hope, W., Gunpowder for Ballistic Purposes, 74
  • Hopkinson, J., Electrical Railways and Tram¬ways, 48
  • Hopkinson, J. A. and J., Stop Cocks, 238
  • Hopkinson, J. A. and J., Stop Valves, 4S8
  • Hopkinson, J., and Kenward, J., Rotating Optical Apparatus in Lighthouses, 262
  • Horne, W. C., Marine Compasses, 145
  • Hornsby, J., Edwards, R., Innocent, J., and James, C., Harvesting and Straw Trussing Ma¬chines, 339 6
  • Houghton, E. J., Controlling Signalling Appa¬ratus and Railway Points by Electricity 146
  • Howard, J., and Bousfield, E. T., Bailwav Sleepers and Chairs, 389
  • Howard, J., and Gibbs, G., Horse Rakes, 339
  • Howe, C. J., and J. G., Inclosing Railway Signals in Cases, 630
  • Howe, E. L., Chains, 167
  • Hoyle, J., Preventing Corrosion and Deposit and Facilitating Removal of Scale from Steam Boilers, 560
  • Hoyle, IF. J., Carriage for Heavy Ordnance, 73
  • Hughes, T. V., and Harbond, F. W., Basic Plug Bottoms and Bricks for Bessemer Converter^
  • Hunt, C. IF., Dredging and Hoisting Machinery, 414
  • Hunt, T„ Pegg, C., and Turland, F., Vices, 414
  • HurreU, SI. H., Electric Arc Lamps and Regu¬lating Same, 607 6
  • Husgafoel, C., Producing Malleable Iron or Steel Direct from the Ore, 365
  • Hutchinson, II., Generating Gas, 121
  • Hutchinson, W., and Thompson, C., Controlling the Draught of Boiler Furnaces, 440
  • Hyde, W., Preventing Incrustation and Corro¬sion in Steam Boilers, 560
  • Ibbotson, A. B., Railway Chairs, 389
  • Ibbotson, A. B., Securing Railway Rails in their Chairs and at their Joints, 629
  • Immisch, M., Electro-Motors and Dynamo Ma¬chines, 607
  • Imperatori, L., Extraction of Compounds of Phosphorus from Phosphide of Iron, 122
  • Isherwood, T., Indicating the Position of Railway Pointe, 261
  • Jack, IL, Valve Gear, 439
  • Jackson, B. IF., and Ashton, R. S., Railway Chairs, 629
  • Jackson, J., Band Brake, 24
  • Jackson, J., Conveying and Burning Gas, 121
  • Jackson, J., Pressure Gauges, 339
  • Jackson, T., Woven Driving Bands or Belts, 538
  • Jackson, W. A., and Chambers, J. C., Neutral¬
  • ising Inductive Disturbances in Telephone Cir¬cuits, 48
  • James, H. L., Insulators for Electrical Conduc¬tors, 47
  • James, T. R., Ventilating and Draining Circuits for Underground Electrical Wires, 47
  • James, W., Twisted Barrels, 74
  • Jarman, A. J., Electro-Motors, 60S
  • Jarman, A. J., Reversible Rotary Motor, 440
  • Jarvis, G. A., and Tucker, E. A., Steel Con¬verter Bottoms, Plugs, or Blocks, 583
  • Jcannolle, A. E. E., Keeping Steam Boilers Free from Incrustation, 98
  • Jefferiss, T., Charging Gas Retorts, 121
  • Jeffries, G., Breeehloading Firearms, 74
  • Jenkins, F. W., Actuating the Valves of Direct-Acting Engines or Pumps, 559
  • Jeune, A. H., Tools and Tool-Holders for Planing Machines, 167 6
  • Job, H., Mariner’s Compass, 261
  • Joel, H. F., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 215
  • Joel, II. F., Electro-Magnet and Solenoid Cores, 48
  • Joenssen, O. F , Dynamo-Electric Machines 215
  • Joenssen, O. F., Electric Arc Lamp, 215
  • Joenssen, O. F., Opening Electric Circuits to Prevent Damage, 216, 314
  • Joenssen, O. F.,Regulating the Speed of Dynamo-Electric Machines, 216
  • Joenssen, O. F., Scini-lncandescent Lamp, 216
  • Johnson, E. IL, Telephone Transmitters, 47
  • Johnsen, S. A., Automatic Self-Closing Valve, 23
  • Johnson, 11'. II. and J. A., Compound Locomo¬tives, 145
  • Johnson, IF. S-, System of Temperature Regula¬tion, 340
  • Jones, A. E., Adjustable Pendant or Support for Electric Lamps, 463
  • Jones, Jl. K., Cutting Elliptical Holes, 167
  • Jones, S. J., Voltaic Batteries, 48
  • Joss, A., Towns, R., Kynoch, A., and Reid, W., Paddle Wheel, 261
  • Julien, M„ and Blumski, M., Distillation of Fatty Substances by Superheated Steam, 122
  • Kaiser, A., Controlling the Discharge of Liquids, 238
  • Karras, L. T., Lifting Crucibles and Melting Pots, 538
  • Kaselowsky, E., Steam Engines, 439
  • Kay, A., and Young, W. L., Adjustable Spanners, 637
  • Kay, J. C-, Valves nnd Valve Gear, 439
  • Keenan, M., Composition for Protecting Boilers, Pipes, and other Objects against Radiation, 366 .
  • Keenan, M., Covering for Boilers, 440
  • Kempe, W. S. B , and Rowell, W. F., Signalling on Railways, 262
  • Kempster, C., Jun., Motor Driven by the Explo¬sion of Hydro-Carbon Vapour, 439
  • Kent, W., Steam Boilers, 440
  • Kenyon, H., Distillation and Decomposition Of Coal and Shale to Obtain Illuminating Gas and other Products, 583
  • Kenyon, IL, Ovens and Apparatus for Distilla¬tion and Decomposition of Coal, &c., 583
  • Kershaw, A., Making Spindles, 168
  • Kessler, IL, Separating Magnetic from Non-
  • Magnctic Substances, 584
  • Khotinsky, A., Constructing Electrode Frames for Secondary Voltaic Batteries, 464
  • Kidd, J. IL, Lubricators, 23
  • Kimberley, N. G., Grabs, &c., 340
  • King, C. IF., Gas Engines, 287
  • Kirk, P., Combined Chairs and Sleepers for Rail¬ways, 146
  • Kirkaldy, J., Heating Feed Water for Steam Boilers, 192
  • Kirkaldy, J., Steam Boilers, 98
  • Klinger, C. A., Thrashing Machines, 237
  • Kneen, W., Consuming Smoke in Steam Boilers, 440
  • Knight, C. A., Steam Boilers, 288
  • Knowles, W., Automatically Opening and Clos¬ing Traps or Valves, 659
  • Koerner, A. C., Deck Mounts for Rapid-Firing Guns, 237
  • Koerner, A. C., Naval Carriage for Rapid-Firing Guns, 237
  • Kohier, F. S., Making Shot, tzc., 630
  • Kurzwernhart, A., and Bertrand, E., Casting Ingots, 366
  • Laboré, C., Consolidation of Materials, 122
  • Laidler, W. II. and T., Wire Ropes and Cables, 488
  • Lake, E. B., Anti-Friction Roller Bearings, 340
  • Lake, W. R., Electrical Accumulators or Secon¬dary Batteries, 464
  • Lancaster, E. W., Insulated Electric Under¬ground Conductor, 314
  • Lander, R., Lubricators for Bearings, 238
  • Lander, Jl., Lubricating Bearings, 339
  • Langdon, J., Wade, J. A., and Cherry, J., Self-
  • Applying Eccentric Gripping Apparatus to be Applied to Starting Levers of Engines, 538
  • Langdon, W. E., Couplings for an Electric Cir¬cuit in Connection with the Brake Pipes of Railway Trains, 390
  • Lapagc, II. II., Brakes, 514
  • Last, W. T., Rotary Engine, 440
  • Latham, T., IF., and J., Coupling Railway Roll¬ing Stock, 146
  • Lathrop, F., Carter, J. IF., and Faber, C., Galvanic Batteries, 464
  • Lathrop, J., Pulleys and Wheels, 23
  • Lauer, J., Demolition of Subaqueous Objects, 238
  • Laybolt, J., Saw Set, 414
  • Lea, J., and G. C. Harvey, Thermo-Electric Piles, 48
  • Lebasteur, H., and Messrs. Mignon and Rouart, Automatically Indicating and Signalling the Passage of Trains, 390
  • Lee, II. A., and Chaster, J. A’., Electrical Motors, 216
  • Léger, A., Cast Metal Chains, 366
  • Le Grand, A., and Sutcliff, R., Double-Acting Pumps, 538
  • Leigh, A., Conveying and Depositing Coal, 122
  • Leitch, J., Condenser for Sea-Water Distilling Apparatus, 339
  • Le Moyne, W. M., Automatic Fire Extinguishers, 238
  • Lenoir, J. J. E., Portable Gas Engines, 97
  • Lewis, G., Improved Tube Expander, 537
  • Libby, R. H., Metal Shafts, Axles, &c.,340
  • Lindley, II., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 313
  • Lindley, II., Machines for Sharpening Cutters, 638
  • Lindo, P., Coupling Railway Carriages, 146
  • Lippmann, H„ Coupling for the Drawbars, Brake Pipes, and Electric Conducting Wires of Railway Trains, 389
  • List, J., Valves, Applicable to Air-Pumps of Steam Engines, 659
  • Little, W. G., Carburetting Gas, 24
  • Liversedge, II. T., Rotary Engines, 288
  • Livesey, J., Metallic Sleeper and Fixing for Rails, 629
  • Lloyd, G. If., Producing Transparent Ice, 366
  • Lodge, J., Cutting Coal, 366
  • Loebnitz, IL C., Compound Steam Engines, 191
  • Loomrs, O. P„ and Cooley, U. IF., Electric Air Lamps, 463
  • Lorenz, W., Bearings for Shafting, 488
  • Lorrain, J. G., Electric Telephony, 314
  • p,rai7’ G"> Filtration and Purification of Fluids, 238
  • Lorrain, J. G., Lighting, 488
  • Loud, IL, Anti-Frictional Bearings, 514
  • Lowcock, A., and Svkcs, T., Fuel Economisers, 192
  • Lowne, R. M., Electrical Cables, 4G3
  • Lucht, C. C. L., Propelling and Steering Appa¬ratus for Ships, 389
  • Luke, IL,nnd Spencer, M., Grinding and Polish¬ing Machines, 537
  • Lundberg, A. P., Electric Light Switch, 314
  • Luther, W. H., Baths for Coating Metals, 122
  • Lutley, J., Railway Rolling Stock, 389
  • Lytc, F. M., Crucibles and Refractory Appa¬ratus, 584
  • McAdams, J., A., G. F., A. G., and E. A., Marine Brakes for Vessels, 389
  • McCaffrey, J., and Smith, C. II., Loose Pulleys for Shafts, 23
  • McColl, G., and Cumming, IF. B., Controlling Ships’ Rudders, 513
  • McCulloch, J., Preparing Ores, 584
  • McCulloch, T. and D., and IFAite, T., Valve Gear, 97
  • McDougall, A. A., and Thompson, F., Device for Diminishing Friction of Chain in Hawes Pipes when Lifting Ships’ Anchors, 261
  • McDougall, I. S. and J. T., Lead used for Lining Vessels, 122
  • McDougall, R. M., Cock for Closed Vessels, 339
  • McDougall, T. S. and J. T., Steam Traps, 560
  • McEvoy, C. A., Mines and Land Torpedo Appa¬ratus, 366
  • McGhee, R., and Magee, G., Gas Motor Engines, 539
  • McHardy, J., Towing and Anchoring Ships, Ap¬plicable for Trawling and Steering Purposes, 261
  • McHardy, J., and McGruther, J., Braking, Stop¬ping, and Starting Tramcars, 390
  • Macilwraith, W., Gripping Jaws for Lathes, 167
  • McKellar, D., Self-Acting Station Indicator, 630
  • MacZrenztc, J., Gas Engines, 287
  • Mackenzie, IF. J., Electric Arc Lamps, 215
  • McLaine, A., Piston and Valve Rod Packing, 288
  • McLaughlin, J. F., Electrical Railways, 146
  • Macmeikan, J. A., Regulating the Draught in Boiler Funaces, 98
  • Macnab, J., and Hickie, D., Electric Fuzes, 608
  • Macnab, J„ and Hickie, D., Firing Tubes for Artillery, 73
  • McNair, J., Supplying Heated Air to Furnaces of Retort Chambers Used in Gas Manufacture, 583
  • Madeley, F., and Oldham, A., Externally Coated Metallic Tubes, 584
  • Maginnis, A. J., Steering Gear, 513
  • Magnin, J. A., Driving Belts, 538
  • Maiche, L., Electric Telegraphy and Apparatus for Working Long Cables, 216
  • Maiche, L., Relay Apparatus for Long-Distance Telegraph Lines, 47
  • Main, IF., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 313
  • Malam, IF., Railway and Tramway Wheels and Axles, 146
  • Mallinckrodt, J. F.,Car Brakes, 390
  • Mance, II. C., Electric Telegraphs, 464
  • Mann, E. E., Signal Buoys for Sea Coasts, 261
  • Mann, J. IL, Spring Wheels, 514
  • Maquay, S. W., Voltaic Battery, 608
  • March, O., Measuring Electric Currents and Electromotive Force, 464
  • JfarcAfwió, II. M., Steam Engines, 97
  • Margetts, W. G., Portland Cement, 122
  • Marsh, E. A., Cutting the Teeth of Gear Wheels, 167
  • Manhall, J., Thrashing Machines, 237
  • Marshall, J., Thrashing Machines, 237
  • Marshall, J., Wheels, 237
  • Martignoni, J., Slide-Rest Tool, 167
  • Martin, W. A., Friction Gearing, 488
  • Martin, W. F., Scott, I., Albizitti, J., and
  • Mahoney, J. J., Condensing Engines, 439
  • Martini, H., Hot-Air Engines, 191
  • Martiny, J. L., and Co., Non-Conducting Mate¬rial for Covering Steam Boilers, &c., 192
  • Maschinenfabrik Esslingen, Esslingen und Electrotechnisehe Fabrik, Lighting Railway Carriages by Electricity, 146
  • Mason, C., and Hill, A., Stone-Breaking and Ore- Crushing Machines, 537
  • Mason, G. A., Shunts for Diverting Electric Currents, 48
  • Mather, R. IL, Dynamo-Electric Generators, 215
  • Mather, R. H., Preventing Sparking in Dynamo-Electric Machines, 47
  • Mather, R. IL, Supporting the Armatures of Dynamo-Electric Machines, 47
  • Mather, IF., and Ilopkinson, J. and C., Dynamo- Electric Machines, 47
  • Mathey, II., Cement and Lime, 366
  • Maticric, M., Measuring Scales, 21
  • Maxim, II. S., Cartridges, 74
  • Maxim, II. S., Explosive Compounds, 581
  • Maxim, H. S., Gunpowder and Cartridges, 74
  • Maxim, II. S., Machine Guns, 73
  • Maxim, H. S., Manufacture of Guns, 73
  • Maxim, H. S., Preventing the Fouling and Jamming of Cartridges in Machine or Battery Guns, 487
  • Maxim, II. S., Working Ordnance, 339
  • Medynski, F. V., Improved Grate Bars for Fur¬naces, 683
  • Mcinccke, IL, Water Meters, 488
  • Melcher, G., Pumps, 538
  • Merriam, L. P., Electrical Batteries, 314
  • Merrywcather, J. C., and Jakeman, C. J. IF., Portable Electric Lamps, 607
  • Merryweather, J. C., and Jakeman, C. J. IF., Pumping Engines, 414
  • Mertens, J. II., Shaping or Cutting Nuts and Bolts, 413
  • Merton, II. B., Compound Steam Engine, 97
  • Meyer, B. F., Device for Compensating for the Wear of Reciprocating Chains in Machinery, 638
  • Middelboe, C. G, (Partij' communicated by), Naval Range Finders, 74
  • Milburn, M., and Hannan, ll., Motors Worked by Combustible Gas or Vapour, 559
  • Miller, D. I., Cable Railways, 300
  • Miller, J., Injectors, 98
  • Mills, E. J., Explosive Charges, 71
  • Mindelcff, D„ Extracting Nickel and Cobalt from their Ores, 122
  • Mitchell, T. W., Lubricators, 339
  • Moldenhauer, F. H., Feeding Boilers, 288
  • Molison, A. R., Gas Lighting by Electricity, 008
  • Molyneux, G., Increasing the Efficiency of and Preventing Injury to Screw Propellers, 029
  • Monks, T., Detachable Coupling lor Connecting Pipes, Tubes, and Cylinders, 488
  • Montgelas, R. dc, Repeating Mechanism for Breechloading Firearms, 73
  • Moore, J. T., Presses for Lifting Heavy Weights, 414
  • Moore, M. 11., Making Moulds, 121
  • Moreau, E., Rock-Drilling, 537
  • Morford, A. 0., Railroad Spikes, 145
  • Morgan, D. J., and Plews, J. 11., Firebars and Furnace Fittings, 583
  • Morley, S., Regulating the Blast of Locomotives, 629
  • Morris, G., Electric Lamps, 210
  • Morris, I., Protecting Ferrules for Boiler Tubes, 288
  • Morris, R., Adapting Firearms for Miniature Ammunition, 73
  • Morris, R., Breech Tube for Adapting Firearms for Miniature Ammunition, 237
  • Morris, R., Composite Projectile for Small Arms and Machine Guns, 487
  • Morris, R., Projectiles for Rifles, 237
  • Morrison, J. D., Jun., and Emley, A., Excavating Machines, 168
  • Morton, R., Railway Wagon Brakes, 630 Moseley, C., Cells for Voltaic Batteries, 314 Mueller, E. A., Insulators for Telegraphic Wires, 464
  • Mueller, H. L., Adkins, W., and Amyes, E., Gas Engines, 191
  • Muirhead, A., Duplex System of Electric Tele¬graphy, 47
  • Muller, C. F. W., Brakes, 146
  • Muncaster, W. J., and McKaig, M., Boring, Turning, and Finishing Pulleys, 167
  • Munktell, 11., Extracting Gold, 122
  • Munro, J. M. H., Basic Cinder, 584
  • Munro, J. M. IL, and Wrightson, J., Treatment of Basic Cinder, 122
  • Murdoch, G., Piston Packings, 288
  • Murray, C. IL, Opening and Closing the Breech of Heavy Guns, 73
  • Murrie, J., Indicating Temperature or Pressure, 23
  • Myers, F. G., Gas Engines, 287
  • Napier, D. D., and IF. D., Frictional Clutches, 488
  • Napier, J. M., Indicating Apparatus for Railway Trains, 262
  • Napier, J. M., Scales for Weighing, 23
  • Nash, L. II., Liquid Fuel Vapour Engine, 191
  • Nash, L. II., Proportional Water Meter, 488
  • Neeley, T., Nut-Making Machines, 167
  • Neil, C., Tube Vices, 366
  • Netherwood, W., Safety Apparatus for Hoists, 414
  • Nevilc, R. II. C., Controlling the Speed of En¬gines, 287
  • Nevill, P., Measuring Angles, 238
  • New Haven Clock Company, The, Telegraphic Recording Instruments, 608
  • Newall, R. S., Flat Wire Rope, 340
  • Newall, K. S., Making Wire Rope, 340
  • Newhouse, F., Adjusting the Weight of Locomo¬tives and Tenders so as to Increase the Grip of the Driving Wheels on the Rails, 390
  • Newton, C. M., Galvanic Batteries, 314
  • Neyraud, J. B., Electric Batteries, 608
  • Niblet, W., Obtaining Adjustable Stroke Re¬ciprocating Motion with Approximately Uni¬form Movement, 238
  • Nichols, G. II. and W. II., and Herreshoff, J. B. F., Improved Sulphuric Tower, 584
  • Nicholson, T., Breaking Down Minerals, 584
  • Niewerth, H. J. F., Metallic Alloys, 122
  • Nixon, C. N., Rudders, 389, 513
  • Nobel, A., Automatic Sights for Turret Guns, 73
  • Nobel, A., Breechloading Ordnance, 487
  • Noble, A., Fuzes for Projectiles, 74
  • Noble, IF., and Mackie, A., Boiler Furnaces, 630
  • Nordenfelt, T., Cartridge Protector, 339
  • Nordcnfelt, T., Case Ammunition, 74
  • Nordenfelt, T., Furnaces for Burning Naphtha, «See., 583
  • Nordcnfelt, T., Gun Carriages, 339
  • Nordenfelt, T., Stoam Generators, 98
  • Nordcnfelt, T., Torpedo Launches, 145
  • Nussbaum, G. A., Resistance Boxes for Incan¬descent Electric Lamps, 313
  • Ober, W. Y., Ventilating Vehicles, 629
  • Omholt, J., Manufacture of Light Metals by Application of Electrolysis, 608
  • Ormerod, E., and Ilorne, W. C., Rendering Cement Luminous and Damp-Proof, 366
  • Parker, J., Furnace Doors, 583
  • Parker, T., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 607
  • Parkes, A., Cartridge Cases, 487
  • Parkinson, J., Parallel Vice, 414
  • Parsons, P. M., Manufacture of Ordnance, 339
  • Parsons, R. C., Automatically Controlling the Speed of Engines, 514
  • Parsons, The Hon. R. C., Multiple Cylinder En¬gines, 439
  • Partington, J., Packing for Piston Rods, 288
  • Partridge, E., Securing Wheels on their Axles, with Means of Adjusting the Same for Wear, 300
  • Patent Oxonite Company, The, and Punshon, R., Safety Blasting Cartridges and Detonators, 488
  • Paterson, J. and 1)., Rotary Engines, 559
  • Paterson, J. and D., Rotary Engines, 559
  • Paton, J., Lubricating Certain Parts of Machi¬nery, 340
  • Patten, J. Jun., Screw Bolts and Nuts, 24
  • Paulson, R., Breechloading and Repeating Fire¬arms, 73
  • Paxman, J. N., and Plane, II. O., Steam Boilers, 192
  • Payne, A., Condensing Steam Engine», 439
  • Peacho, J. C., Central Valve Engines, 191, 287
  • Pearce, L. II., Friction Still, 238
  • Pearson, J. S., An Improved Skip or Utensil, 538
  • Peck, E. C., Locomotive Torpedoes, 629
  • Peck, E. C., Slide Valves, 97
  • Pedley, IF. E., Iron Sleepers and Rail Fasteners, 389
  • Pedley, W. E., Iron Sleepers and Rail Fasteners, 513
  • Pell, B., Insulator for Electrical Apparatus, 48
  • Pement, E., Lathe Chucks, 537
  • Pement, E., Lathe Face-Plate and Chuck At¬tachment, 413
  • Pendred, H. W., Electric Arc Lamps, 463
  • Pendred, II. W., Steam Engines, 191
  • Perret, M., Furnaces for Burning Pulverulent
  • Materials, also Applicable to Gas Producers, 583
  • Perrins, II., and Pollard, II. E., Alarm Guns, 339
  • Phillips, J. F., Apparatus Applicable as Pump, Motor, kc., 192
  • Pieper, IP, Holder for Incandescent Lamps, 463
  • Pieri, J. P., Breechloading Cannon, 339
  • Pieri, J. P., Supporting Cannon, 339
  • Piers, E. F., Governing the Speed of Engines subject to Variable Work, 560
  • Piers, E. F., Governing the Speed of Rolling Mill Engines, 560
  • Pifre, A., Steam Engines and Boilers, 288
  • Pimblot, T., Steam Boilers, 560
  • Pinkney, C. IF., Governors for Gas Engines, 97
  • Piot, 1). T., Electro-Motors, 215
  • Piron, H., Lubricators, 192
  • Pitkin, J., Secondary Batteries, 314
  • Platt, J., Heating the Air Supply of Furnaces, 583
  • Poillon, L., Rotary Pumps, 366, 440
  • Potthof, L., Corrugating and Bending Sheet Metal, 413.
  • Powell, R., and Martin, T. and J., Car Couplings, 513
  • Powles, R., Preventing Undue Heating in Bear¬ings, 23
  • Prasil, F., Rivetting, 413
  • Prat Frères, Sharpening and Setting Saws, 168
  • Pratt, J. R., Electrical Measuring Instruments, 48
  • Price, A. P., Telephonic Apparatus, 47
  • Price, J., Jun., Steam Condensers, 339
  • Proctor, J,, Mechanical Stoker, 192
  • Proell, R., Expansion Gear of Steam Engines, 439
  • Pumariega, U. R., Metallising Woven Textile Fabrics, 584
  • Punshon, R., and the Patent Oxonite Company, Cartridges for Blasting, 74
  • Punshon, R., and Becklcs, S. II., Hardening Certain Ilydro-Carbons, 122
  • Puntis, J., Alarm Passenger Communication for Railway Trains, 390
  • Purves, D., Furnaces and Flues for Steam Boilers, 288
  • Purves, D., Steam Boilers, 288
  • Quarterman, W. H., Galvanic Batteries, 608
  • Quick, G., Self-Cocking Firing Apparatus for Ordnance, 237
  • Rabe Brothers, Electrical Torsion Pendulum, 216
  • Rae, J., Water Tap, 23
  • Rafarel, F. W., Metallic Sleepers for Rails, 629
  • Ransome, A., and Wilkie, T. J., Wood Planing and Moulding Machines, 413 Ransome, It. J., and Rapier, R. C., Water Cranes, 168
  • Raphael, II. J. W., and Sync, J., Crushing or Pulverising, 168
  • Raskazoff, L., Working Ordnance, 237
  • Ratcliffe, J. H., Transmission of Power by Means of Bands, 414
  • Rawlings, J. P., Governor for Marine Engines, 560
  • Rawlings, J. P., Ship’s Log, 629
  • Raworth, J. S., Automatic Electric Coupler, 314
  • Raworth, J. S., Indicating Distances Travelled by Sl|ips, 629
  • Reckenzaun, A., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 313
  • Rees, W. F., Disengaging Hook for Ships’ Boats, 389
  • Reid, D. Mc I., Compound Locomotives, 389
  • Reilly, P., Steam Generators, 98
  • Remaury, H., and Valton, F., Lining Furnaces, 366
  • Resticaux, E., Continuous Automatic Pressure and Vacuum Brake, 390
  • Reynolds, G. II., Elevators, 163
  • Rhoades, G. IF., Automatic Car Couplers, 513
  • Ricci, R. S. de, Folding Shields for Cannon and Machine Guns, 73
  • Richert, G., Preventing Concussion in Water Pipes, 23
  • Richert, J. G., Water Meters, 488
  • Rickaby, A. A., Metallic Rings for Pistons, 439
  • Rickard, C-, Steam Trap, 340
  • Rideal, S., Railway Chairs and Sleepers, 261
  • Ridley, J. C., Melting and Desilvering Lead, 366
  • Riedler, A., Valves for Pumps, 538
  • Rigg, yf., Engines Worked by Fluids, 439
  • Riordan, T. V., Automatic Coupling, 629
  • Ritter, IF., Feed Water Regulator, 192
  • Ritzenfeldt, E. and G. IL, Aspirating Apparatus for Mines, 24
  • Riviere, II., Raising Sunken Ships, 145
  • Rixom, W., Brake for Rotating Parts of Ma¬chinery, 168
  • Roberts, IP, Lubricators, 238
  • Roberts, L. and D., and Colquhoun, J., Furnaces, 365
  • Robinson, J., Treatment of Spent Oxides of Iron, 122
  • Robson, J., Stamping, &c., by Explosive Gases, 413
  • Rodger, G„ Triple-Expansion Steam Engines, 191
  • Roebruck, J., Low Water and High-Pressure
  • Safety Apparatus for Steam Boilers, 192
  • Roeper, V., Heavy Chains, 167
  • Rogers, L. IL, Storing and Transporting Elec¬trical Energy, 48
  • Roland, F., Motor Driven by Sulphuret of Carbon, 440
  • Rollason, A., Pipe Couplings and Connections, 24
  • Rollason, A., Rotary Blowers, 168
  • Roots, F. M-, Pistons of Blowors, 98
  • Rose, A. V. and G. F., Portable Electric Lamp 313
  • Rose, M., Steel Gun Barrels, 74
  • Rose, R., Obtaining Electric Currents, 48
  • Rosicke, H., Smoke-Consuming Grates, 583
  • Rost, E., Lubricators, 237
  • Rothe, E., Centrifugal Machines, 414
  • Round, G., Jointed Mandrel for Tube Coiling and Bending, 537
  • Roussy, E. L., Moderators for Electric Lamps, 463
  • Rowan, F. J., Distilling Coal, 365
  • Rowell, G., Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 121
  • Rowell, G., Small Arms and Ordnance, 339
  • Royston, J., Turner, R., and Webb, R., Working
  • Railway Signals and Facing Points, 262
  • Rumble, A. C., Phinney, C. E., and Baxter, S. A Railroad Crossings, 145
  • Russel and Erwin Manufacturing Company, The Screws, 584
  • Russell, N. S., Condensing the Exhaust Steam of Tramway Engines, 145
  • Russell, S., Electric Cartridges, 339
  • Russell, S., Rowing Boats, 145
  • Russom, C. 11., Countershafts, 163
  • Rutherford, W., and Thompson, T., Automatic Grippers for Hauling Apparatus, 340
  • St. John, W. W., Steam Engines, 97
  • Salomons, D. L., Lubrication of Revolving Parts of Electrical Apparatus, 237
  • Salomons, D. L., Regulation of Electrical Circuits, 314, 603
  • Salter, G., and Ault, II., Combined Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, 23
  • Samsche, E. C. II., Steering Vessels, 145
  • Sarney, T. S., and Hamand, A. S., Storage Cells, 216
  • Sayers, IT. R, and Ilookham, G., Automatic Electric Switches, 48
  • Sayers, W. B., and Hookham, O , Couplings for Electric Leads and for Incandescent Lamps, 48
  • Schaeffer and Budcnbcrg, Centrifugal Governors, 191
  • Schaeffer and Budenberg, Dynamometers, 238
  • Schaeffer and Budenberg, Governor Valves, 191
  • Schaeffer and Budenberg, Injectors, 440
  • Schaeffer and Budenberg. Regulating the Supply of Steam to Steam Engines, 439
  • Schanschieff, A., Galvanic Batteries, 48
  • Schapiro, A., Locking Device for Screwed Nuts, 24
  • Schiller, T., and Brennicke, P., Steam Genera¬tors, 93
  • Schlund, H., Breechloading Firearms, 487
  • Schlund, H. A., Breechloading Firearms, 487
  • Schnell, J. F., and Read, J., Obtaining Gas, 121
  • Schofield, J., and Graham, G., Moulding and Casting Firebars, 121
  • Schulhoff, J., Mechanism for Firearms, 73
  • Schulte, F., Non-Conducting Coverings for Heat, 584
  • Scotland, J., Electric Telegraph, 216
  • Scott, F. W., Air Compressors, 488
  • Scott, J. P., Chemical Fire Extinguishers, 238
  • Scott, L. K., Shields for Ordnance, 339
  • Secor, J. B., Ships’ Berths, 145
  • Sellars, J. C , Telegraphic Cables, 314
  • Sellon, J. S., Secondary Batteries, 314
  • Sellon, R. P. and J. S., Distributing and Utilising Electricity, 464
  • Sergeant, H. C , Rock Drills, 414
  • Serson, J , Galvanic Batteries, 60S
  • Service, F., Railway Permanent Way, 513
  • Shalders, H. C. B , and Thorman, A. J., Electrical Batteries, 464
  • Shardlow. A., Cutting Files, 167
  • Sharpe, F., and Simpson, M. H., Breaking Pig Iron, 366
  • Shaw, T. W., and Harvey, T. M., Lamps for Burning Mineral Oil, 340
  • Shaw, J., and Arthur, N., Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 288
  • Sheldon, A., Footstep Bearings for Vertical Spindles, 238
  • Shickle, F., Moulding Metal Pipes, 366
  • Shields. C., Joining Lead Pipes, 24
  • Shone, T., and Ault, E., Compressing Air, 538
  • Siden, J. B., Coiling Steel Wire, 414
  • Siemens and Halske, “Morse Inker” Apparatus, 607
  • Siewerdt, A., Lathes, 413
  • Siewerdt, A., Manufacture of Screws, &c., 630
  • Sillar, G. C., Carrying Safety Fuzes for Use in Electric Circuits, 48
  • Silver, H. A., Automatically Withdrawing Empty Cartridge Cases, 73
  • Silvester, F., Circulating and Steam Boilers, 560
  • Simon, H., Driving Belts, 23
  • Simon, R., Gas Engines, 287
  • Simpson, J., Sights of Ordnance, 73
  • Sisson, IF., Valve Motions of Steam Engines, 287
  • Skinner, W., Farquharson, J., and Lane, D. W., Electric Ship’s Telegraph, 607
  • Smith, G., E., and N., Jun., Pulleys, 340
  • Smith, II. M., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 215
  • Smith, M. H., Transmitting and Collecting Cur¬rents in Electric Tramways and Railways, 630
  • Smith, P. and J. T., Evaporating Sea Water, 98
  • Smith, T., Construction and Propulsion of Torpe¬does, 514
  • Smith, T. T., Annealing Pots, 584
  • Smith, T. T., Lighting Houses by Electricity, 463
  • Smith, IF. P., and Coventry, A., Sharpening Cutters, 167
  • Smith, W. W., Anchors, 389
  • Snowden, S. W., Bevelling and Bending the Frames of Ships, 261
  • Snyers, R., Use of Electricity for the Automatic Stoppage of Trains, 262
  • Société Anonyme “Le Ferro Nickel,” La, Iron and Steel, 583
  • Société Anonyme " Lo Ferro Nickel,” La, Metallic Alloys, 122
  • Société Anonyme des Forges ct Chantiers dc la Mediterranée, La, Blocks of Artificial Fuel, 584
  • Société Troussel, La, Faure et Sinitter, Ball Bearings, 146
  • Soldenhoff, K. do, Furnaces for the Desiccation, Incineration, and Carbonisation of Sludge, 583
  • Soloay, E., Producing Extremo Temperature, 488
  • Sonne, C. C., Telephone Switch Boards, 216
  • Sonnenthal, E., Tube Expanders, 98
  • Soulerin, L., Pneumatic Railway Brakes, 262
  • Southby, A. G., and Blyth, F. D., Pumping Highly Rarefied Elastic Fluids, 340
  • Southgate, F., Manufacturing Tools of Steel, 168
  • Southgate, T., Cartridge Ejectors, 73
  • Spaulding, N. E., Springs, 340
  • Sparkes, S. IL, Stuffing-Boxes for Piston-Rods, 98
  • Spokes, G. A., Thrashing Machines, 339
  • Sprague, F. J., Electrical Motors, 313
  • Sprague, F. J., Electro-Dynamic Motors, 47, 313
  • Sprague, F. J., Electro-Dynamic Motors and Re¬gulating the Same, 313, 607
  • Sprague, F. J., Operating Electric Railway Trains or Vehicles, 608, 630
  • Stanley, R., Boring Machines, 168
  • Stanley, W. F., Buffers for Lessening the Effects of Collision, 390
  • Stapelton, J. G., Wall Brackets and Suspensions for Electric Lamps, 607
  • Stark, F. G., Nut Locks, 514
  • Statter, J. G., Electric Arc Lamps, 607
  • Statter, J. G., Electrical Measuring Instruments, 608 .
  • Stayncs, W. II., Boilers, 288
  • Stepanoff, S., Galvanic Batteries, 48
  • Stephen, J., and Burt, 2'., Portable Sight-Feed Lubricators, 237
  • Stephens, R., Rock Drill Machines, 168 Sterne, L., Springs, 513
  • Steven, J., Master Locking Apparatus for Rail¬ways, 390
  • Steven, J., Telephonic and Telegraphic Appa¬ratus, 216
  • Stevens, J. S., and Major, C. G., Rendering Lift¬ing Machinery Self-Sustaining, 414
  • Stewart, G. W., Telegraphic Instruments, 464
  • Stewart, J., and Hallard, F. H., Fastening Tubes in Metal Plates for Boilers, 192
  • Stewart, R,, Covering for Steam Boilers and Roofs, 560
  • Stiles, N. C., Punching and Drawing Sheet Metal, 413 Stone, R., Couplings, 629
  • Strachan, J., and Watkins, F., Axle Bearings of Railway Vehicles, 389
  • Street, E. C., and Maguire, F. V., Electric Lamps, 607
  • Stuart, S., Shaft Couplings, 340
  • Sturgeon, J., Fluid Meters, 238
  • Sturgeon, J., Meters for Registering the Supply of Compressed Air, 23
  • Sturgeon, J., Pipes and Mains in Streets for the Supply of Compressed Air, 340
  • Sutcliffe, H., Ball Taps, 23
  • Sutcliffe, L. W., Self-Feeding and Smoke-Con¬suming Furnaces, 365
  • Sutherland, W. S., Steam Engines, 191
  • Sutton, G. D., Conduits for Electric Wires and Cables, 607
  • Swan, A., Contact Makers for Holders of In¬candescent Electric Lamps, 47
  • Swan, A., Supports for Shades and Bulbs of Incandescent Lamps, 463
  • Swan, J. W., Electric Current Meters, 314
  • Swan, T., Valve Gear for Steam Engines, 97, 439
  • Swinburn, J. F., Drop-Down Small Arms, 73
  • Swinburne, J., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 607
  • Swinburne, J., Electric Governors, 608
  • Swinburne, J., and Evershed, S., Electric Mea¬suring Instruments, 608
  • Swindell, E., Construction of Vessels, 145
  • Swinton, A. A. C., Electro-Telephonic Trans¬mitters, 607
  • Sykes, IF. 2f., Working Railway Signals, 146
  • Symes, G., Valve Cock, 488
  • Symon, R. R., and Maxim, II. S., Adjusting Cannon,73
  • Symons, W., Storage Batteries, 314
  • Taber, L. C., Traction Engines, 98, 390, 514
  • Talbot, F. J., Buffers, 629
  • Tamm, II., and Duhrlem, L., Automatic Coup¬lings for Railway Vehicles, 262
  • Tangye, F., Tube Rolling, 413
  • Tangye, J. H., and Johnson, W., Automatic Cut-Off Mechanism for Slide Valves, 287
  • Tarbutt, P., Combustion of Hydro-Carbons, 365
  • Tasker, W. H., and Jones, T. J., Galvanic Bat¬teries, 464
  • Tatham, J., Electrical Conductors, 216
  • Taund-Szvll, Baron von E., Cable Telegraphy 314
  • Taylor, E., Furnaces, 365
  • Taylor, IP IP, and G. IP, Slide Valves, 191
  • Taylor, J., and Stewart, A. and C., Burning Tar and Heavy Oils, 122
  • Taylor, W., Obtaining the True Centre of Ends of Round or Square Metal Bars, 414
  • Tongue, W., Jun., Ventilating Mines, 24
  • Telfer, W., Preparing Screw Propellor Blades to Resist Corrosion, 389
  • Tenyvall, A. 0., Governors, 629
  • Thielson, IL, and Dilg, II. W., Divided Car Axles, 262
  • Thomas, J., Lamps for Burning Mineral Oils, 614
  • Thomson, H., Furnaces, 560
  • Thompson, S. P., Electro-Telephonic Instruments, 314
  • Thompson, T., Furnace Rars and Bridges, 365
  • Thomson, E., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 607
  • Thomson, J. L , Rivets, 538
  • Thomson, J. R., and Biles, J. II., Navigable Vessels and Rudders and Steering Gear there¬for, 629
  • Thornton, F., and Romanze, O., Electric Arc Lamps, 47
  • Thornton J., Screw Fan, 538
  • Thornyeroft, J. I., Steam Generators, 93
  • Thwaitc, B. H., Gas Generators, 121
  • Thwaite, B. IP, Gas Producer and Furnace, 121
  • Thwaitc, B. H., Steam Boilers, 98
  • Thwaite, B. H., and Pedder, J., The Utilisation of Liquid Hydro-Carbons, 684
  • Tomlinson, J., Jun., Railway Signalling, 390
  • Tooth, W. H., and Rooker, J. E., Iron and Steel, 365
  • Townsend, J. and E., Clearing Tram Rails, 145
  • Trier, F. H. J., and Pletts, M., Lubricators, 24
  • Tuck, J. H. L., Applying the Heat of Furnaces, 121
  • Tuerk, F. IF., Jun., Water Meter, 168
  • Tullis, D., Link Belting, 538
  • Tupper, J. A., Capillary Filters, 24
  • Turnbull, I!. C., Telephone Transmitters, 607
  • Turner, G., Coupling Apparatus for Railway Wagons, 262
  • Turner, G., Gas Engines, 97, 191
  • Turner, IP, Compound Steam Engines, 659
  • Turnock, J. R., Movable Tuyere, 122
  • Tumor, M., Drawing Compasses, 24
  • Turpin, E., Explosives, 366
  • Turton, G., and Talbot, F. J., Coupling Buffers for Railway Vehicles, 262
  • Twigg, R. H., Compound Steam Engines, 97
  • Twynam, T., Production of Soluble Phosphates of the Alkalies in the Manufacture of Steel and Iron, 584
  • Tyler, J. J., Pump Valve, 167
  • Upton, E. W., Thermometric Apoaratus, 339
  • Upward, A. It., and Pridham, C. W., Galvanic Batteries, 464
  • Valon, IF. A. McIntosh, and Ilicks, IF. G., Retort Lids and Fastenings, 121
  • Varley, S. A., Railway Alarm Signals, 630
  • Vavasour, W., Taps, 23
  • Farassoitr, J., Controlling the Movements of Guns in Recoil and Running Out, 73
  • Vavasseur, J., Controlling the Running Out or In of Ordnance, 73
  • Vavasseur, J., Training Gear of Central Pivot Gun Mountings, 487
  • Vereker, A. M.,and Yeates, S. M., Starting Gear for Tramcars, 145
  • Versen, B., Lining Converters, 122
  • Vissilre, L., Construction of Dynamo-Electric Machines, 313
  • Voelker, IF. L., Dynamo-Electric Machines and Motors, 607
  • Vogelsang. A. F. A., Propellers, 389
  • Voit, W., Counting Mechanism, 23
  • Voit, W., Valve Gear for Direct-Acting Engines, 191
  • Vulkan Stoeberi og Mekanisk Verksted, Mechani¬cally Worked Lubricators for Steam Cylinders, 192
  • Wayslaff, R., Rotary Pump for Exhausting and Forcing Liquids, &c., 538
  • Walker, B. I’., Ketley, C. B., and Clare, T. D., Forging, 413
  • Walker, E. C., Supporting Incandescent Electric Lamps, 47
  • Walker, F., Electric Annunciator, 216
  • Walker, F. W., Power Travelling Cranes, 16S
  • Walker H., Promoting and Regulating Combus¬tion in Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 288
  • Walker, II. C., and Carey, It., Hydraulic Lifts, 168
  • Walker, J., and Austin, J., Machines for Punch¬ing Washers, 167
  • Walker, J. S.,T. A., and E. It., Rotary Fans, 168
  • Walker, S. F., Electric Meters, 464
  • Waller, O., Gas Retort Lids, 365
  • Wallis, H. A. E., and Ratcliffe, H. T., Carburretting Apparatus for Burning Coal Gas with Hydro-Carbons, 630
  • Walter, C. P., and II. C., Metal Planing Machine, 167
  • Watson, M., Arresting Gear for Pumping Engines, 538
  • Watts, J., Endless Band Saw Machines, 167
  • Watts, J. Metallio Pistons, 288
  • Watts, W. W., Firearms, 339
  • Weatherill, II., and W. P. W., Adjusting the Bearings of Axles of Vehicles, 23
  • Webley, H., and Carter, J., Revolving Firearms, 339
  • Wegmann, F., Adjustable Wheel Gearing for Rollers of Roller Mills. 414
  • Wegmann, F., Driving Belts and Ropes, 488
  • Weighton, R. L., Operating Valves of Steam Engines, 287
  • Weiss, C. W., Igniting Gas by Electricity, 216
  • Weldon, W. F., Cooling Gases and Vapours, 581
  • Welsh, W., Propellers, 389
  • Westmcycr, F., Retaining and Releasing Me¬chanism for the Cages of Mines, 366
  • Weston, G., Brake for Railways, 262
  • Weston, S. P., Electric Alarm, 608
  • Wezel, J., Preparing Metal Plates, 584
  • White, D. D., Planing Angle Bars previous to Caulking, 413
  • JITuVe, (?., and G., Jun., and Livens, F. IL, Thrashing Machines, 237
  • Whiteley, E., Self-Acting Apparatus for Lubri¬
  • cating Shafting, 24
  • Whiting, J. E., Needles for Regulators of Sluices and for Sheet Piling of Coffer-Dams, 262
  • Whitley, J., Boiler Shells, 167
  • Whitley, J., Casting of Metals in Chills or Moulds, 366
  • Whitley, J., Moulds for Casting Cylindrical Forms, 121
  • Wiggin IL, H. A., and W. W., and Johnstone, A. S., Nickel and Cobak, 366
  • Wilcox, S., Gas Engines, 288, 440
  • Wilcox, S., Gas Engines, 440
  • Wild, J. II., Attaching Rubber Pipes to Pipe Couplings, 24
  • Wilkerson, S., Draw-off Valves, 23
  • Wilkinson, IL, Rotary Pressuro Blower and Ex¬hauster, 168
  • Wilkinson, W., Surface Air Condensers, 630
  • Williams, II., and Williamson, A., Railway Signalling, 63 >
  • Williams, J. S., Casting Metals, 121
  • Williams, J. S., Electric Accumulators, 216, 608
  • Williams, J. S., Electrical Apparatus, 216, 608
  • Williams, J. S., Filaments for Electric Lamps, 215
  • Williams, O. J., Air, Steam, and Water-Tight Connections, 488
  • Williams, P., Sharpening Reaper and Mower
  • Knife Sections, 237 Williams, T. II., Steam Pumps, 560
  • Williamson, T. M., King, C. W., Malam, J., and Ireland, W. A., Gas Engines, 287
  • Willis, J., Picks and Hammers, 414
  • Wills, W. and F , Valve Gear for Steam Engines, 439
  • Wilson, A., Gas Producers, 583
  • Wilson, D., Telegraph Poles, &c., 607
  • Wilson, J. P., Steam Steering Gear for Steam¬ships, 261
  • Wilson, J. S., Cutting Off the Heads of Rivets of any Metal Structure, 537
  • Wilson, W. E., Recording tho Duration of Sun¬shine, 487
  • Winchester Repeating Arms Company, The, Magazine and other Arms, 487
  • Winkler, A., Steering and Propelling, 261
  • Wirth and Co., Generation of Electricity, 216
  • Wolfien, H., Breechloading Rifles, 339
  • Wood, W. A., Bundle Carriers for Sheaf Binder Harvesting Machines, 487
  • Woodward, II., Thermo-Electric Generators, 314
  • Woolnough, C., Beater for Thrashing Machines, 237
  • Worthington, C. C., Direct-Acting Engines, 559
  • Worthington, C. C., Packing Piston and other Rods, 439
  • Wrady, P., Air Pump for Use in the Manufacture of Electric Lamps, 47
  • Wright, C. F., Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, 339
  • Wright, S. H., Raising Water and other Liquids, 538
  • Wrigley, R., Lubricators for the Cylinders of Steam Engines, 559
  • Wyllie, R., and Morison, D. B., Supplying Heated Air to Furnaces, 560
  • Wynne, F., Construction of Ring Armatures of Dynamo-Electric Machines, 215
  • Wynne, F., Making the Cores of Disc or Ring Armatures, 537
  • Wynne, F., and Powell, L S., Carbons for Electric Lamps, 215
  • Wynne, W. It., Electric Vibrating Bells, 608
  • Yagn, N., Screw Propellers, 389
  • Yarrow, R., Protecting Ships’Ventilators against the Entrance of Water in Stormy Weather, 389
  • Yates, F., Steam Boiler Furnaces, 98
  • Young, H. B., Lock Nuts, 238
  • Zealand, W., Screws for Propelling Sailing Vessels, 145
  • Zeller, E., Electric Switch, 216
  • Zipcrnoivsky, C., and Déri, M., Distributing Electricity, 313

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