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Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Index: Letters to the Editor

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Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1887 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.

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Accident on the “Elbe,” The—A Young Engineer, 332

Accident, The Hexthorpe—John E. Hopkinson, 383, 442

Accident, The Hexthorpe —C. E. Stretton, 356, 382, 409, 442

Accidents, The Recent Torpedo Boat—William Thomson, 95

Adamson’s Testing Machine—W. J. Jenkins, 236

Adjusting Shaft Bearings—C. S. Drewry, 357

Adjusting Shaft Bearings—A. C. E., 586

Adjusting Shaft Bearings—A Chief Engineer, 314

Alien Act, The United States—T., 23

Antrim and Dudley Boiler Explosions, The—An Engineer, 577

Antrim and Dudley Boiler Explosions, The— John Swift, 577, 622

Architects, Engineers, and Surveyors Registration Bill, The—Edgar Farman, Hon. Sec., 658

Armoured Ships—E. J. Reed—338

Bar, The Mersey—Joseph Boult, 382

Bisic Open-Hearth Steel Process, The—James Purves, 458

Basic Steel Process, The Chemistry of the— Alexander Bobrownicki, 601

Bay and Bar, The Liverpool—W. G. Black, 336

Bi-Metallism—E. Koch, 687

Blast Furnace Use, Pyrometer for—Joseph Casartelli, 158

Blast Furnace Use, Pyrometer for—Experience, 158

Blast Furnace Use, Pyrometer for—B. H.

Th waite, 158

Blast Furnaces—A. G., 120

Bloom Shears, Hot, at Jarrow—Miller and Co., 171

Boits, Ship—J. P. Wilson, 337

Boiler Explosion, The Dudley—S. Boswell, 560, 602, 688

Boiler Explosion, The Dudley—John Swift, 537

Boiler Inspection v. Boiler Insurance—An Engi- I neer, 602

Boiler, The Lishman—Assoc. M. Inst. C.E.,536

Boilers, Helical Joints for—J. E. C., 23

Boilers, Helical Joints for—James E. Caine, 171

Boilers, Helical Joints for—Fantdme, 45, 95

Boilers, Helical Joints for—R. Hartland, 72, 120, 252

Brass Plates, Indented—A. J. Richardson, 409

Butts, Diagonal, for Deck Stringers and Plating —James E. Caine, 236, 383

Butts, Diagonal, for Deck Stringers and Plating —R. Hartland, 252, 408

Butts, Diagonal, for Deck Stringers and Plating — G. F. Young, 252

Calculating Rule, Gravet’s—Thos. Dixon, 561

Cement jn Sea Water—W. M. Hutchings, 235

Centenary of Steam Navigation, The—C. Purcell Taylor, 337

Chapelhall Railway, The—James Goodwin and Co., 313

Chemistry of the Basic Steel Process, The— Alexander Bobrownicki, 601

Clamond Gaslight, The—C. Clamond, 603

Clyde Subway, The—Henry James Peddie, 625

Coal, The Evaporative Value of—Assoc. M. Inst.

C.E., 576

Coal Mines, Explosions in—Herbert W. C. Tweddle, 22

Concrete in Sea Water—Reginald E. Middleton, 287

Concrete in Sea Water—John Newman, 313, 337

Condensation, Cylinder, in Steam Engines —W.

H. Booth, 504

Continuous Girder, The—L. L. K., 458

Curve Ranger, The Dalrymple-Hay—Am. Bran-dreth, 685

Cut - Off and Lap, Finding Point of — Victor Thallmayer, 586

Cvlinder Condensation in Steam Engines—W. H. Booth, 504

Dalrymple-Hay Curve Ranger, The—Am. Bran-dreth, 685

Delta Metal—Alexander Dick, 208

Diagonal Butts for Deck Stringers and Plating— Janies E. Caine, 236, 383

Diagonal Butts for Deck Stringers and Plating—

R? Hartland, 252, 408

Diagonal Butts for Deck Stringers and Plating— G? F. Young, 252

Diagrams, Indicator, from Triple - Expansion Engines—Wm. Mahon, 3n6, 537

Diagrams, Slide Valves—Thomas B. Mackenzie, 687

Direct-Acting Pumping Engines-Henry Davey, 442

Direct-Acting Pumping Engines—John Fielding, 409

Dock, The Kowloon, Hong-Kong—Danby and Leigh, 492

Draughtsmen, A Provident Fund for—Edgar Farman ; G. A. T. Middleton, 491

Draughtsmen’s Provident Society, The—G. A. T. Middleton, 603

Dredger “ Pholas,” The—David J. Dunlop and Co., 24

Driving Gear, Friction, for Dynamos—Siemens Bros, and Co., 586

Dudley and Antrim Boiler Explosions, The—An Engineer, 577

Dudley and Antrim Boiler Explosions, The—John Swift, 577, 622

Dudley Boiler Explosion, The—S. Boswell, 560, 602, 688

Dudley Boiler Explosion, The - John Swift, 537

Dynamite Gun, The Zalinski—J. T. Bucknill, 1 458

Dynamite Gun, The Zalinski—0. E. S., 492

Effect of Repeated Heatings on Iron, The— Thomas Edington and Sons, 505

Effect of Repeated Heatings on Iron, The—A.

Elink Sherk, 458

Effect of Repeated Heatings on Iron, The—C. E.

Stromeyer, 491

Effect of Repeated Heatings on Iron, The—B, H.

Thwaite, 491, 536

“ Elbe,” The Accident on the—A Young Engineer, 382

“ Elbe’s” Steam Pipe, The Bursting of the—R, Hartland, 624

“ Elbe,” Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s.

-J. T. B., 408

“ Elbe,” Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s.

—William G. Kirkaldy, 504

“ Elbe,” Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s.

—F. J. de Soyres, 504

“ Elbe,” Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s. —Statio Bene Fida Cannis, 504

“ Elbe,” Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s.

—R. Ziese, 408

Electric and Hydraulic Drilling Machines—Fred.

Jno. Rowan, 356

Electric Light, The, on the s.s. “Victoria”—

Tangyes Limited, 603

Electric Street Tramcars—Bury, 575

Electric Street Tramcars—Radcliffe Ward, 560

Electrical Regulators—Robey and Co., 236

Electrical Resistance of Steel Solutions, The-G.

R. Bodmer, 44

Electrical Resistance of Steel Solutions, The—J.

T. Bucknill, 79

Electrical Trades Union, The Proposed—No

Monopoly, 491

Electrical Trades Union, The Proposed—A. P.

Trotter, 491

Electrical Transmission of Power—M. Immisch and Co., 625

Electrical Transmission of Power—A. L. St eaven-son, 603, 685

Electricity from Heat—James Robson, 313

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Archibald Barr, 659, 686

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—G. R. Bodmer, 658

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Brake, 600, 660

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—D. K. Clark, 559, 586

Engine Trials, The Newcastle—Thomas Cooper, 95

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Bryan Donkin and Co., 660

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Druitt Halpin, 585

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—J. H. Hamilton, 659

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Wilson Hartnell, 624

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—J. and H. McLaren, 584, 623

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—One who has made many Engine Trials, 600, 659

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Outsider, 624

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—Frank Perry, 660

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—William Sisson, 659

Engine Trials, The Royal Agricultural Society’s, at Newcastle—B. H. Thwaite, 624

Engines, Governing, for Driving Dynamos—C, L.

R. E. Menges, 357

English v. American Locomotives—Antipodes, 491

English v, American Locomotives—Francis R. F.

Brown, 504

English v. American Locomotives—Robert H. Burnett, 234, 253

English v. American Locomotives—Henry Chapman, 408

English v. American Locomotives—Cleveland, 94

English v. American Locomotives—T. D., 408, 687

English v. American Locomotives—T. J. G., 252

English v. American Locomotives—H. M., 252

English v. American Locomotives—J. C. M., 504, 574

English v. American Locomotives — Obscurus, 442

English v. American Locomotives—Observer, 157, 457, 503

English v. American Locomotives—Frank C.

Smith, 24, 94, 408

English v. American Locomotives—Verax, 688

Evaporative Value of Coal, The—Assoc. M. Inst.

C.E., 576

Exhibition, The Paris Universal, of 1889—A.

B'an chard de Farges, 625

Explosion, Steam Pipe, on Board the s.s. “Elbe” —J. T. B., 408

Explosion, Steam Pipe, on Board the s.s. “Elbe —William G. Kirkaldy, 504

Explosion, Steam Pipe, on Board the s.s. “ Elbe”

— F. J. de Soy res, 504

Explosion, Steam Pipe, on Board the s.s. “ Elbe ” —Statio Bene Fida Cannis, 504

Explosion, Steam Pipe, on Board the s.s. “Elbe” —R. Ziese, 408

Explosions in Coal Mines — Herbert W. C. Tweddle, 22

Explosions, Steam Pipe, on Steamers—An ExBoard of Trade Surveyor, 356

Explosive, The New Russian —W. II. Deering, 625

Extraction of Oil by the Bisulphide of Carbon Process—J. H. Vavasseur and Co., 538

Farnley Flue, The—A Chief Engineer, 207

Fenby’s Marine Engine—G. R. Bodmer, 336, 382

Fenby’s Marine Engine—John Henry Dewhurst, 356, 458

Fenby’s Marine Engine—Homan Price Fenby, 356, 442

Fenby’s Marine Engine—C. H. Gall, 336

Fenby’s Marine Engine—Andrew Lamberton, 382

Fenby’s Marine Engine—A. C. J. Vreedenburg, 408

Finding Point of Cut-Off and Lap—Victor Thall-mayer, 586

Fish, The Forms of, and of Ships—Duplex, 505

Floats, Curved, for Paddle Wheels—Geo. W. Macalpine, 45

Flue, The Farnley—A Chief Engineer, 207

Friction Driving Gear for Dynamos—Siemens

Bros, and Co., 586

Furnaces, Blast-A. G., 120

Gas, Natural, from British Coalfields—B. H. Th waite, 44

Gaslight, The Clamond—C. Clamond, 603

Gauges, Standard, for Hose Coupling Screws—

Hayward Tyler and Co., 562

Gear, Steering-J. R. M., 381

German-Swedish Iron—Exporters, 536

Girder, The Continuous—L. L. K., 458

“ Goliath” Rails, Sandberg’s—C. P. Sandberg, 24

Governing Engines for Driving Dynamos—

C. L. R. E. Menges, 357

Governing Mill Engines—E. C., Jun., 79

Governing Mill Engines—Practical Engineer, 121

Governing Mill Engines—R. and T. Groom and Sons, 23

Governing Mill Engines—Hermann Kuhne, 121

Governing Mill Engines—J. B. Moscrop, 23, 79

Governing Mill Engines—Radix, 45

Gravet’s Calculating Rule—Thos. Dixon, 561

Gun Carriages, Naval—Robert A. E. Scott (Rear-Admiral), 561

Guns Considered as Thermodynamic Machines— Lieut. E. T. Dixon, R.H.A., 576, 625, 658

Guns Considered as Thermodynamic Machines— James A. Longridge, 602, 685

Hand Mills for Mandioca Root—The Machinery and Hardware Company, Limited, 357

Harbour, The Newhaven, Sussex—William Hall, 208

Heat, Electricity from—James Robson, 313

Heating Water under Pressure—J. C. W., 603

Hexthorpe Accident, The—John E. Hopkinson, 383, 442

Hexthorpe Accident, The—C. E. Stretton, 356, 382, 409, 442

Hydraulic and Electric Drilling Machines— Fred. Jno. Rowan, 356

Indented Brass Plates—A. J. Richardson, 409

Indicator Diagrams from Triple-Expansion Engines—Wm. Mahon, 356, 537

Inspection, Boiler, v. Boiler Insurance — An Engineer, 602

Instruments, Transit—Max Green, 603

Iron, The Effect of Repeated Heatings on— Thomas Edington and Sons, 505

Iron, The Effect of Repeated Heatings on—A. Elink Sherk, 458

Iron, The Effect of Repeated Heatings on—C. E. Stromeyer, 491

Iron, The Effect of Repeated Heatings on— B. H. Thwaite, 491, 536

Iron, German-Swedish—Exporters, 536

Joints, Helical, for Boilers—J. E. C., 23

Joints, Helical, for Boilers—James E. Caine, 171

Joints, Helical, for Boilers—FantOme, 45. 95

Joints, Helical, for Boilers—R. Hartland, 79,120, 252

Kowloon Dock, The Hong-Kong—Danby and Leigh, 492

Landings, Sandstone—N. G. S., 288

Life Saving at Sea—C. H. Grant, 235

Light, The Electric, on the s.s. “Victoria”— Tangyes Limited, 603

Lishman Boiler, The—Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., 536

Lishman Steam Generator, The—T. F. Cashin, 506

Lishman Steam Generator, The—A. C. Engert, 576

Lishman Steam Generator, The—Thomas Lishman, 603

Lishman Steam Generator, The—Robert Scott, 505, 560, 576

Lishman Steam Generator, The—John W. Wass, 505

Liverpool Bay and Bar, The—W. G. Black, 336

Locomotives, English v. American—Antipodes, 491

Locomotives, English v. American—Francis R. F. Brown, 504

Locomotives, English •?;. American—Robert H. Burnett, 234, 253

Locomotives, English v. American—Henry Chapman, 408

Locomotives, English v. American—Cleveland, 94

Locomotives, English v. American—T. D., 408, 687

Locomotives, English v. American—T. J. G., 252

Locomotives, English v. American—H. M., 252

Locomotives, English v. American—J. C. M., 504, 574

Locomotives, English v. American—Obscurus, 442

Locomotives, English v. American—Observer, 157, 457, 503

Locomotives, English v. American—Frank C. Smith, 24, 94, 408

Locomotives, English v. American—Verax, 688

Machinery, Match-Making—Anderson and Gall-wey, 252

Machinery Rating—Josph Potts, 381

Manoeuvres, The Naval—F. F. F, F., 208

Marine Engine, Fenby’s—G. R. Bodmer, 336, 382

Marine Engine, Fenby’s—John Henry Dewhurst, 356, 458

Marine Engine, Fenby’s—Homan Price Fenby, 356, 442

Marine Engine, Fenby’s—C. H. Gall, 336

Marine Engine, Fenby’s—Andrew Lamberton, 382

Marine Engine, Fenby’s—A. C. J. Vreedenburg, 408

Mechanical Stoking—William Inglis, 236, 287

Mechanical Stoking—James Proctor, 251, 337

Mechanical Stoking—James Schofield, 252

Mersey Bar, The—Joseph Boult, 382

Metal, Delta—Alexander Dick, 208

Metal Saws with Movable Teeth—Messrs. Schneider and Co., 79

Metals, The Strength of—Consulting Engineer, 171

Mill Engines, Governing—E. C., Jun., 79

Mill Engines, Governing—Practical Engineer, 121

Mill Engines, 'Governing—R. and T. Groom and Sons, 23

Mill Engines, Governing—Hermann Kuhne, 121

Mill Engines, Governing—J. B. Moscrop, 23, 79

Mill Engines, Governing—Radix, 45

Mills, Hand, for Mandioca Root—The Machinery and Hardware Company, Limited, 357

Natural Gas from British Coalfields — B. H. Thwaite, 44

Naval Gun Carriages—Robert A. E. Scott (Bear-Admiral), 561

Naval Manoeuvres, The—F. F. F. F., 208

Newhaven Harbour, The, Sussex—William Hall, 208

Office, The Patent—A Patent Agent, 561

Office, The Patent—Another Patent Agent, 685

Office, The Patent—M. J. Jackson, 684

Office, The Patent—J. W. S., 684

Office, The Patent—Senex, 685

Oil, Extraction of, by the Bisulphide of Carbon Process—J. H. Vavasseur and Co., 538

Paddle Wheels, Curved Floats for—Geo. W. Macalpine, 45

Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889, The—A. Blanchard de Farges, 625

Patent Office, The—A Patent Agent, 561

Patent Office, The-Another Patent Agent, 685

Patent Office, The-M. J. Jackson, 684

Patent Office, The—J. W. S., 684

Patent Office, The—Senex, 685

“Pholas,” The Dredger—David J. Dunlop and

Planing Machine, Venetian Blind Lath-John H. Purves, 685 . ..

Power, Electrical Transmission of—M. Immisch and Co., 625 . ._ em

power, Electrical Transmission of—A. L. bteaven-son, 603, 685,

Provident Fund for Draughtsmen, A-Edgar Farman \ G. A. T. Middleton, 491

Provident Society, The Draughtsmen’s-G. A. T.

Middleton, 603 j t x.

Pumping Engines, Direct-Acting—Henry Davey, 442

Pumping Engines, Direct-Acting—John Fielding, 409

Pyrometer for Blast Furnace Use—Joseph Casar-telli, 158

Pyrometer for Blast Furnace Use—Experience, 158

Pyrometer for Blast Furnace Use—B. H. Thwaite, 158

Race, The Recent Yacht-Robert A. E. Scott, 381

Racing and Cruising Yachts—The Author of the

Article in Question, 601

Racing and Cruising Yachts—J. T. Bucknill, 657

Racing and Cruising Yachts-Dixon Kemp, 586, 624

Railway, The Chapelhall—James Goodwin and Co., 313

Rating Machinery—Joseph Potts, 381

Refrigerating Apparatus, Test of—F. Collingwood, 383

Refrigerating Apparatus, Test of—W. Schon-heyder, 208

Registration Bill, The Architects, Engineers, and Surveyors—Edgar Farman, Hon. Sec., 658

Regulators, Electrical—Robey and Co., 236

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Archibald Barr, 659, 686

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—G. R. Bodmer, 658

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Brake, 600, 660

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—D. K. Clark, 559, 586

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Thomas Cooper, 95

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Bryan Donkin and Co., 660

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle—Druitt Halpin, 585

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—J. H. Hamilton, 659

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Wilson Hartnell, 624

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—J. and H. McLaren, 584, 623

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—One who has made many Engine Trials, 600, 659

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Outsider, 624

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—Frank Perry, 660

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—William Sisson, 659

Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine Trials at Newcastle, The—B. H. Thwaite, 624

Russian Explosive, The New—W. H. Deering, 625

Sandberg’s “Goliath” Rails-C. P. Sandberg, 24

Sandstone Landings—N. G. S., 288

Saving Life at Sea—C. H. Grant, 235

Saws, Metal, with Movable Teeth — Messrs Schneider and Co., 79

Scholarships, Whitworth—Sydney H. Wells 442

“ Scholten,” The Wreck of the—Roper and Co., OoO

Sea Water, Cement in-W. M. Hutchings, 235

Sea Water, Concrete in—Reginald E. Middleton, 287

Se^9^Water’ Concrete in—John Newman, 313, oo7

Seatless Safety Valves—G. C., 561

Shaft Bearings, Adjusting—C. S. Drewry, 357

Shaft Bearings, Adjusting—A. C. E., 586

Shaft Bearings, Adjusting—A Chief Engineer, 314

Shears, Hot Bloom, at Jarrow—Miller and Co., 171

Ship Boats—J. P. Wilson, 337

Ships, Armoured—E. J. Reed, 338

Slack v. Tight Couplings—C. E., 562

Slide Valve Diagrams—Thomas B. Mackenzie, 687

Standard Gauges for Hose Coupling Screws— Hayward Tyler and Co., 562

Steam Generator, The Lishman—T. F. Cashin, 560

Steam Generator, The Lishman—A. C. Engert,576

Steam Generator, The Lishman—Thomas Lishman, 603

Steam Generator, The Lishman—Robert Scott, 505, 560, 576

Steam Generator, The Lishman—John W. Wass, 505

Steam Navigation, The Centenary of—C. Purcell Taylor, 337

Steam Pipe, The Bursting of the “ Elbe’s”—R. Hartland, 624

Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s. “Elbe”— J. T. B., 408

Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s. “Elbe”— William G. Kirkaldy, 504

Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s. “ Elbe”—

F. J. deSoyres, 504

Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s. “ Elbe”— Statio Bene Fida Cannis, 504

Steam Pipe Explosion on Board the s.s. “ Elbe”— R. Ziese, 408

Steam Pipe Explosion on Steamers—An Ex-Board of Trade Surveyor, 356

Steel Process, The Basic Open-Hearth—James Purves, 458

Steel Solutions, The Electrical Resistance of—

G. R. Bodmer, 44

Steel Solutions, The Electrical Resistance of— J. T. Bucknill, 79

Steering Gear—J. R. M., 381

Stoking, Mechanical—William Inglis, 236, 287

Stoking, Mechanical-James Proctor, 251, 337

Stoking, Mechanical—James Schofield, 252

Strength of Metals, The—Consulting Engineer, 171

Stuffing-Boxes for Tandem Engines—V. Pethe-rick, 314

Stuffing-Boxes for Tandem Engines—Rankin and Blackmore, 337

Subway, The Clyde—Henry James Peddie, 625

Test of Refrigerating Apparatus—F. Collingwood, 383

Test of Refrigerating Apparatus—W. Schon-heyder, 208

Testing Machine, Adamson’s—W. J. Jenkins, 236

Thermodynamic Machines, Guns Considered —Lieut. E. T. Dixon, R.H.A., 576, 625, 658

Thermodynamic Machines, Guns Considered —James A. Longridge, 602, 685

Tightu. Slack Couplings—C. E., 562

Torpedo Boat Accidents, The Recent—William Thomson, 95

Trades Union, The Proposed Electrical—No Monopoly, 491

Trades Union, The Proposed Electrical—A. P.

Trotter, 491

Tramcars, Flectric Street—Bury, 575

Tramcars, Electric Street—Radcliffe Ward, 560 Transit Instruments—Max Green, 603

United States Alien Act, The—T., 23

Valves, Seatless Safety—G. C., 561

Venetian Blind Lath-Planing Machine—John H. Purves, 685

Water Heating under Pressure—J. C. W., 603 Whitworth Scholarships—Sidney II. Weils, 442

Wreck of the “ Scholten,” The—Roper and Co., 586

Yacht Race, The Recent—Robert A. E. Scott, 381

Yachts, Racing and Cruising—The Author of the Article in Question, 601

Yachts, Racing and Cruising—J. T. Bucknill, 657 Yachts, Racing and Cruising—Dixon Kemp, 586, 624

Zalinski Dynamite Gun, The—J. T. Bucknill, 458

Zalinski Dynamite Gun, The—C. E. S., 49

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