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Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1893 Jan-Jun: Index


  • Abney’s Inclinometer Level, 627
  • Aerefair Works of Messrs. Hughes and Lancaster, Ruabon, 372, 373, 384
  • Adamson and Co.’s 1500 Horse-Power Triple- Expansion Mill Engines, 350, 359
  • Agriculture, U.S., 431, 432
  • Air - Compressing Engine, 500 Horse - Power, South Duffryn Colliery, 634 , 636, 637, 640
  • Air Pumps óf the United States Cruiser “ Olympia,” 610
  • Air Tramway, Berne Compressed, 212, 213
  • “ Alarm,” II.M. Torpedo Gunboat, Engines (Penn), 280
  • Alaska, Yellowstone, and Yosemite. See Yose¬mite, Ac.
  • “ Albert,” Engines of the Paddle Steamer (Messrs. M. Paul and Co., Dumbarton), 102, 103
  • Allegheny Observatory, Spectroscope, 664, 665, 668
  • Allen Steam Striker, 250
  • Allen’s Circulating Pumps on S.S. “Campania,” 482
  • Allen’s Triple-Expansion Engine with Fan, 488
  • Allington Lock, Lower Medway, Waste Gates, 342
  • Alloys, 629, 659, 660, 687
  • Alternate Current Dynamo (Mather and Platt), 158, 159
  • Alternating Currents, Measurement of, 141, 168, 196, 197, 230

American Industries and British Commerce :

  • Agriculture Production, 431, 432
  • British Imports and Exports, United States, 335, 336
  • British Shipping in American, &c., Trade, 273
  • Chemical Imports to United States, 335
  • Corn, Growth of, 431
  • Cost of Living, 432 Cotton Imports to United States, 335
  • Customs Duties on Imports, 305
  • Emigration to United States, 367
  • Exports and Imports, Tariffs, 305
  • Farm Animals, 432
  • Flax, Hemp, Jute, &c., Imports to United States, 335 .
  • Freights by Rail and Canal, 154
  • French Imports and Exports, United States, 335, 336
  • German Imports and Exports, United States, 335 336
  • Grain, Yield and Price of, 432
  • Hay, Growth of, 432
  • Immigration to United States, 367
  • Imports, Exports, and Tariff Duties, 305
  • Imports into United States, 335, 336
  • Iron and Steel Imports to United States, 335
  • Nationality of Inhabitants of United States, 367
  • Oats, Growth of, 431, 432
  • Population Diagrams, 124, 125, 154
  • Potatoes, Growth of, 432
  • Price of Produce, 432
  • Railway Development, 185, 211
  • Revenue and Expenditure of United States, 51
  • Shipping, American, 239
  • Shipping of all Nations, British Influence, 273
  • Silk Imports to United States, 335
  • Tariffs, Imports and Exports, 305
  • Tariff Revenue of United States, 51
  • Wheat, Growth of, 431
  • Wood Imports to United States, 335
  • Wool Imports to United States, 335
  • Ammonia Compression Refrigerator (La Vergne’s), 498, 499
  • Angle-Iron Shearing Machine, Hydraulic Channel and (Messrs. H. Smith and Co., Glasgow), 155
  • Ardrossan Engine Shed of Concrete, 862
  • Argentine Cruiser “ Neuvo de Julio” (Sir Wm.
  • Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co.), 224
  • Armature, Current Direction in, 782
  • Asquith’s Boring Machine, 283
  • Assioot-Girgeh Railway, Egypt, 764, 765, 776
  • Astbury’s 8-In. Chasing Lathe, 806
  • Astbury’s Turret Lathe, 376
  • Atlantic Liners “Campania” and “Lucania.” See “ Campa nia ”
  • Atlantic Record Performances. See “ Cam¬pania "
  • Atlantic Steamer “ Umbria ” (Fairfield Com¬pany), 9, 80
  • Austrian Torpedo Cruiser “Satellit” (Schichau), 346
  • Automatic Gas Retort House (New Conveyor Company), 362
  • Automatic Signalling System, Liverpool Over¬hear! Railway), 163
  • Averager, Coffin, 251
  • Ayrshire and Lanarkshire Railway Bridges, 861
  • Babcock and Wilcox Boilers at Chelsea Electric Station, 411
  • Baker’s Frost Valves for Hydrants, 251
  • Baltic Canal Forward Well Dredger (Smulder’s), 423
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 511, 512, 513
  • Barry Dock Company’s Passenger Locomotive (Vulcan Company, Newton-le-Willows), 904
  • Bath Works (Maine), Hyde Steam Windlasses and Capstans, 702
  • Battleship “ Howe,” Floating, 294
  • Battleship “ Victoria,” The Loss of, 906
  • Beirut, Port of, 76
  • Beiliss Engines and Dynamos for “ Campania,” 490
  • Bergsunds Shipbuilding Company, Ice-Breaking I Steamer “ Murtaja,” 327
  • Berne Compressed Air Tramway, 212, 213
  • Bessemer Basic Steel Joists, Experiments, 653
  • Bethlehem Company 125-Ton Steam Hammer, 857
  • Blackpool Tower, 338, 339
  • Blasting Operations on Railways, 31, 32
  • Boat Railway at Meaux, France, 438, 439
  • Boiler Circulator and Deposit Extractor, Watt’s, 851
  • Boiler Experiments (by Mr. Bryan Donkin, Jun., and Professor Kennedy), 114, 897, 898
  • Boiler Explosions, 10
  • Boiler Ferrules, 391, 396
  • Boiler Firedoors, Geddes’s Protector, 913
  • Boiler Furnaces, 85, 88, 118
  • Boiler-Plate Flanging Machine (Messrs. R. Har¬vey and Co., Glasgow), 123
  • Boiler Shell Drilling Machine (Scriven, Leeds), 318 I
  • Boiler, Trevithick’s, at Chicago Exhibition, 684
  • Boiler Tube Experiments,
  • Boiler Tube and Tubeplate Connection, 344
  • Boiler Tubes, 226, 252, 283, 750
  • Boiler Tubes, Fixing (Petersen), 719
  • Boiler Tubeplates, Transmission of Heat through, 288, 395, 396, 397
  • Boilers at the Chelsea Electricity Supply Com¬pany’s Station, 411
  • Boilers and Engines of H.M. Cruiser “ Gibraltar” (Napier, Glasgow), 851, 900, 901
  • Boilers and Engines of United States Cruiser
  • “Olympia” (Union Works, San Francisco), 410, 455, 610, 611, 614
  • Boilers and Forced Draught, 283, 344, 395, 396, 397, 837
  • Boilers and Leaky Tubes. See Leaky Tubes Boilers, Naval, 694, 695, 700
  • Boilers under Steam, Alteration of Forms of, 754
  • Boilers of the United States Cruiser “ Olympia,” 611
  • Booth’s Cylinder Boring Machine, 691
  • Boring Machine (Asquith’s), 283
  • Boring Machine, Cylinder (Booth, Halifax), 691
  • Boring Machine, Duplex Wheel and Tyre (Har¬vey, Govan), 94
  • Boring Machine for Pulleys, Vertical (Richards Company), 739
  • Braith waite and Kirk’s Bridge Flooring, 174
  • Breach in Embankment, Yellow River, 263, 296
  • Brickmaking Machine, Jefferies’, with Automatic Cutting Table (Humpidge and Snoxell, Dud- bridge), 897, 898
  • Bridge Failure in Servia, 134, 138
  • Bridge Flooring, Braith waite and Kirk’s, 174
  • Bridge over Lower Glanmire-road, Cork, 769
  • Bridge over Mississippi, Memphis, Tennessee, 166, 216, 217
  • Bridge Removal, Blasting Operations, 31, 32
  • Bridges, Concrete Railway, 859, 860, 861, 862
  • Bridges on the Egyptian Railway, Assioot-Girgeh, 764, 765, 776
  • Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, 126, 127, 182, 183, 271, 286, 306
  • Bristol’s Recording Pressure Gauge, 63
  • British Imports and Exports in United States, 335, 336
  • British Shipping in American, &c., Trade, 273
  • Broadbent 15-Ton Electric Travelling Crane, 55
  • Brotherhood Engine and Westminster Dynamo, 893
  • Brown’s Starting Gear, 483.
  • Brown’s Steam Tiller Steering Gear, 491
  • Brown’s 1500-Ton Forging and Stamping Press, 913
  • Bruges as a Seaport (Proposed Canal), 98, 99
  • Building a Ship. See “ Campania"
  • Buildings at Chicago Exhibition. See Columbian Exposition
  • Bulkhead Doors, Clark’s, 347 Bulkheads, Economical Ships’, 391
  • Bulkheads, Strength of, 427 j
  • Burmah Oilfields, 889
  • Burton’s Self-Sustaining Pulley Block Traveller, 377
  • Cable and Electric Mountain Railway, Murren, 414, 434, 435, 446, 639, 641, 644
  • Cadle, Windmill (Dublin), 868
  • “Campania” au«l lucania/9 Cunard Liners : 463 to 502
  • Diagram showing Tonnage, Power, Coal Con¬sumption, and Performances of Atlantic Liners, 1848-93, 463
  • Profiles of Representative Atlantic Liners, 1837-93, 464
  • Midship Sections of Representative Atlantic Liners, 465
  • Bow Framing of “ Campania,” and Keel Plating of “ Lucania,” December 31,1891, 466
  • Bow Framing, looking forward, December 31, 467
  • Stern Framing, looking aft, December 31, 1891, 467
  • Midship Framing, as Seen from Bow, December 31,1891,470
  • Section of Orlop Deck Stringer, 473
  • General View of Upper Deck Framing, looking forward, March 31, 1892, 470
  • Promenade Deck, looking aft, June 30,1892, 471
  • Promenade Deck, looking forward, June 30, 471
  • Stern Framing, 473
  • Bow View before the Launch, September 8, 1892, 474
  • Stern View before the Launch, September 8, 1892 474
  • View of Ship before the Launch, September 8, 1892, 475
  • View of Vessel taken during the Launch, , September 8, 1892, 475
  • Fitting and Machine Shops at Fairfield Works during Construction of Engines. Two-Page Plate No. I., adjoining page 463
  • Engines of the'“ Lucania” in Course of Erec¬tion, June 30, 1892, 478
  • Starting Gear, with Small Engine for Working Main Stop Valve, 479
  • Middle Platform for Access to Guides and Crossheads, 479
  • Eccentric Pulley, Strap, and Rod, 481
  • Main Stop Valve and Steam Pipes, 481 Circulating Pumps and Engines, 482
  • Brown’s Starting, Reversing, and Emergency gear, 483
  • Engines of “ Campania ” as Completed June 30, 1892 ; Front Corner View. Two-page Plate No. II., adjoining page 463
  • Engines of “Campania” as Completed June 30, 1892; back Corner View. Two-page Plate No. III., adjoining page 463
  • Boilers of “Campania” ready to be placed on Board, June 30, 1892, 484
  • Main and Auxiliary Feed Pumps, 486
  • Ballast Pumps, Feed Water Heater, and Sea Water Condenser, 487
  • Fan, with Triple-Expansion Engine, for Venti¬lating Stokeholds, 488
  • Electric Lighting Engine and Dynamo, 490
  • Electric Light Switchboard and Distributing Boxes, 490
  • Steam Tiller Steering Gear, 491
  • Windlass and Gear, 492 Three-Inch Cable, 492
  • Longitudinal Cross Sections of Ship. Two- page Plate No. IV., adjoining page 463
  • Deck Plans. Two-page Plate No. V., adjoining page 463
  • Section of Well, 493
  • Drawing-Room, Dining Saloon, and Well and Skylight from Dining Saloon. Two-page Plate No. VI., adjoining page 463
  • DiningSaloon, Grand Staircase, Smoking-Room, and Library. Two-page Plate No. VII., ad¬joining page 463
  • Ship under Steam in the Firth of Clyde. Ship Completed, at the Tail of the Bank, off Greenock. Two-page Plate No. VIII., ad¬joining page 463
  • View of Ship from Forecastle. View of Engines from Passenger Deck. Two-page Plate No. IX., adjoining page 463
  • Promenade Deck of the “Campania,” looking forward, 494
  • Arrangement and Details of Ventilators, 495 |
  • Cold Air Provision Store (De la Vergne’s Refri¬gerator), 498 •
  • Kilbourn’s Refrigerating Plant for Cargo Holds, 499
  • Engines of the Twin-Screw Steamer “ Pole Star,” 502
  • Campbell and Foster’s Triple-Effet Evaporator for Sugar Manufacture (Campbell and Calder- wood, Paisley), 703, 706
  • Cams, Cutting* 33
  • Canal Boat Railway at Meaux, France, 438, 439
  • Canal, Nicaragua, 209, 605, 606, 607
  • Canal, Proposed, Bruges, 98, 99
  • Cantilever Bridge over River Mississippi, Mem¬phis, 166, 216, 217
  • Cantilever Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, 126, 127, 182, 183, 271, 286, 306
  • “Capercailzie,” Steam Yacht, Engines (Messrs. Barclay, Curie, and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 16, 25
  • Capstans and Windlasses, Hyde Steam (Bath Works, Bath, Me.), 702
  • Cargo Steamer “ Turret” (Doxford, Sunderland), 733, 734, 735, 742
  • Carriages, Heating Railway (Laycock), 190
  • Carriages and Locomotive of Murren Mountain Railway, 639, 641, 644
  • Central Marine Engineering Works, Hartlepool, 274, 275, 278, 303, 314, 318
  • Central Station, Electric Light, Davies-street, Westminster, 307, 310, 313
  • Central Station, Hornsby’s Engines at the Crystal Palace, 614
  • Central Stations, Power Development and Distri¬bution, 81, 82, 110, 111, 143, 170, 187, 253
  • Centrifugal Pump (Thwaites), 135
  • Channel and Angle Iron Shearing Machine, Hydraulic (Messrs. II. Smith and Co., Glasgow), 155
  • Chasing Lathe, 8-In. (Astbury, Grantham), 806
  • Chelsea Electric Station Boilers, 411
  • Chemical Imports in the United States, 335
  • “ Chertsev ” Winding Colliery Plant, 633, 634, 636, 637, 640
  • Chicago City, 514, 516, 516
  • Chicago Exhibition. See Columbian Exposition
  • Chouanard’s Cold Metal Sawing Machine, 807
  • “ Circe,” H.M. Torpedo Gunboat, Engines (Penn), 280
  • Circulator and Deposit Extractor, Watt’s Boiler, 851
  • Clark’s Bulkhead Door, 347
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Portable Engine to Burn Liquid Fuel, 831
  • Cloth Measuring Machine, 279
  • Clyde Passenger Steamer “ Isle of Arran ” (T. *B. Seath and Co.), 442
  • Coffin Averager, 251
  • Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Compound Engine with Positive Valve Gear (Morley’s), 738
  • Coligny Roof Lamp, 282
  • Colliery Appliances at Chicago Exhibition, 633, 634, 636, 637, 640
  • Colliery Pumping Plant, Electric (Ernest Scott and Mountain, Limited), 347
  • Colliery Trams, 640
  • The Columbian Exposition :
  • 503 to 596
  • Pennsylvania Railroad :
  • The “ Pennsylvania Limited” Running Full Speed, 503*
  • The Jersey City Dépót, 504 The Philadelphia Station, 504
  • The Pennsylvania Railroad Station at Wash- I ington, 504
  • A Drawing-Room Car, 505 Conestoga Bridge, 506
  • A Picturesque Curve, 506 The Horseshoe Curve, 506
  • A Down Grade on the Alleghanies, 506
  • New York Central and Hudson River Railroad:
  • A New York Central Locomotive, No. 870, 507
  • “Record” Train on the New York Central Railroad, 507
  • Washington Bridge over the Harlem River, 508
  • The “ Four-Track” Road ; on the Banks of the Mohawk, 508
  • The Rapids of Niagara, 510 The Highlands of the Hudson, 510
  • Niagara River, 510
  • The Rapids above Niagara, 510
  • The Niagara Power Company’s Tunnel, 510
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company :
  • The Capitol at Washington, 512
  • The Baltimore and Ohio Station at Washington, 512
  • The Potomac, Harper’s Ferry, and the Shenan- I doah, 513
  • Mountain Section of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 511
  • A Mountain Station, 511
  • On the Potomac, 511
  • C/fj/ of Chicago:
  • Chicago in 1830, 513
  • Map of Chicago and District in 1890, 514
  • The Auditorium, 515 The Masonic Temple, 516
  • The Chicago River, 515

World's Colombian Exposition of 1893 :

  • Sketch Plan of Exhibition Buildings and Jackson Park, 520
  • Administration Building :
  • Plans of Administration Building, 621
  • View showing Framing of Dome, 522
  • Group of Statuary—“ Industry,” 522
  • View of Main Entrance, 523
  • Northern Front, 892
  • Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building :
  • End Elevation, 524 Plan, 524
  • Transverse Section, showing Relative Size ot Machinery Hall, Paris (1889), 525
  • Transverse Section, showing Framing, 525
  • View of Completed Building, October, 1892, 526
  • View of Building in Course of Construction, 526
  • Interior of Main Hall, 527
  • Base óf One of the Main Ribs, 527
  • Erection of First Bay, 528
  • Erection of Main Roof, 528
  • Interior View of Machinery Hall, Paris Exhi¬bition, 1889, 529
  • The Fives-Lille Mode of Erecting Roof, 529
  • The Cail Mode of Erecting Roof, 529
  • View showing Liberal Arts, Government, and Fisheries Buildings, 530
  • Longitudinal Section through End of Manu¬factures and Liberal Arts Building, 530
  • Machinery Hall;
  • Facade Adjoining the Great Central Court, 531. See also Plate I., at page 503
  • Transverse Section, 532 Part Longitudinal Section, 532
  • Plan, 533
  • Exterior View during Erection, 534
  • Interior View during Erection, June, 1892 535
  • Side Elevation, 536 Main Facade, 537
  • North Entrance, 538
  • Perspective View of Main Entrance, 639
  • Transverse and Longitv.di ïal Sections of Elec¬tric Mains, 539
  • Electricity Building :
  • Main Facade, 540. Plate III., at page 503
  • Interior of Main Hall, 541
  • Half Transverse Section, 541
  • General View, 542
  • Half Plan, 542
  • Elevations, 643
  • Perspective View, 652
  • Mines and Mining Building ;
  • Side Elevation, 543
  • Transverse Section, 544 Plan, 544
  • Erection of Building, October, 1891, 545
  • Interior of Building, 545
  • Diagram o{ Agricultural and Adjacent Build¬ing, 546
  • Outside Elevations, 547
  • The Dairy Building, 548
  • The Forestry Building, 548 Plan, 548
  • General View, 548
  • Statuary for Agricultural Building, 549
  • Main Entrance, showing Rotunda, 550
  • Decoration for Main Portal, 550
  • Statuary for Agricultural Building, 550. Plates
  • Ii. and III., at page 503 Transverse Section, 551
  • longitudinal Section, 551 Transverse Section, 551
  • Transportation Exhibits Building:
  • Side Elevation, 552 Perspective View, 552
  • Elevation, 553 Plan, 553
  • Transverse Section, 553
  • View of Interior of Central Gallery, 554
  • The Golden Door, 554
  • Fine Arts Building :
  • General View of Main Building and Annexe, 555
  • longitudinal Section, 555 Transverse Section, 555 Plan, 556
  • Site of Building, December 28, 1891, 556
  • Fine Arts Building, September 1, 1892, 557
  • North-West Corner of Building, 557
  • Government Building:
  • General View, 558 Main Entrance, 559
  • Half Plan, 560 Foundation, 561
  • United States Navy Exhibit:
  • General View of the Battleship “ Illinois,” 562
  • Views showing Progress of Construction, 562
  • Side Elevation and Plan, 563
  • Horticultural Building :
  • Side Elevation, 552 Section through Dome, 565
  • Transverse Section, 565 Part Plan, 565
  • General View, 566. Plates I. and III., at page 503
  • Main Entrance and Dome, 566
  • Hromen’« Building:
  • General Views, 567
  • Exterior Gallery, 567
  • Fisheries Building : longitudinal Section, 569
  • Plan, 569
  • General View, 570 Arcade, 571
  • Section and Plan of Annexe, 572
  • Transverse Section and Plan, 572
  • States and Foreign Exhibitors' Buildings: Illinois, 673.
  • Plate IV., at page 503
  • Montana, 574
  • Ohio, 574 Pennsylvania, 574
  • Log Cabin, 574
  • Nebraska, 575
  • Iowa, 575
  • Maryland, 575 Delaware, 575
  • Colorado, 576 Wisconsin, 576
  • South Dakota, 576
  • Connecticut, 576
  • Rhode Island, 577
  • Hayti, 577 California, 577
  • Victoria House, 577
  • Arkansas, 678
  • Kansas, 578 Indiana, 578 New York, 578
  • Columbus Relics :
  • Columbus’s Ship, the “ Santa Maria," 580
  • Wafer Supply:
  • Worthington’s Pumping Engines, 582
  • Pumping Station, Jackson Park, 583
  • Horizontal Pumping Engine, 683
  • Methods of Communication:
  • The Moving Side-Walk, 584
  • Whaleback Steamers, 587
  • List of Plates:
  • Plate I.—
  • The Machinery Hall, looking South • West. Plate adjoining 503
  • Horticultural Building, East Front. Plate adjoining 503
  • Plate IL—
  • Statuary on the Agricultural Building. Plate adjoining 503
  • Plate III.—
  • Entrance to Electricity Building. Plate adjoin¬ing 503
  • Statuary on the Agricultural Building. Plate adjoining 503
  • Group on Peristyle. Plate adjoining 503 Entrance to the’Horticultural Building. Plate
  • adjoining 503
  • Plate IV.—
  • Illinois State Building. Plate adjoining 503
  • Exhibit:
  • Winby's Four - Cylinder Locomotive (Haw¬thorn, Leslie, and Co., Newcastle), 615, 618
  • Welsh Colliery (Hill’s Plymouth Company, Merthyr-Tydfil), 633, 634, 636, 637, 640
  • Railway Signalling, Pneumatio Interlocking and Automatic Block (Union Switch and Signalling Company, Pittsburgh), 669, 676
  • Trevithick’s Boiler, 684
  • Hyde Steam Capstan and Windlasses (Bath Works, Bath, Me.), 702
  • Water Works, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A. (Filters, &c.), 715
  • Cold Metal Sawing Machine (Chouanard, Paris), 807
  • Steam Hammer, 125-Ton (Bethlehem Iron Company), 857
  • Columbus's Ship “ Santa Maria,” 580
  • Communication between Ships at Great Distances by Induction, 173
  • Compound Express Locomotive for Northern of France Railway, 174,175, 233, 234
  • Compressed Air Tramway, Berne, 212, 213
  • Concrete in Railway Structures, 859, 860, 861, 862
  • Condensation of Steam in Pipes, 916
  • Condensers and Air Pumps of the United States
  • Cruiser “ Olympia,” 610
  • Continuous Current Dynamo (Desrozier's), 282
  • Conveyor Company (New), Automatic Gas Retort House, 362
  • Copper-Bismuth Alloy Tests, 629, 660, 687
  • Copper Plates and Locomotive Fireboxes, 629
  • Cork, Bridge over Lower Glanmire-road, 769
  • Corliss Gear, Morley’s Modified, Compound Engine (Cole, Marchent, and Morley), 738
  • Corn in United States, Growth of, 431
  • Cost of Living, United States, 432
  • Cotton Imports in United States, 335
  • Coupling, Snyer's Elastic (Cowlishaw, Walker, and Co., Etruria), 220
  • Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited, 130-Ton Steam Jib Crane, Glasgow, 810, 819, 820
  • Cowlishaw, Walker, and Co., Snyer's Elastic Coupling, 220
  • Crane, Burton’s Self-Sustaining Pulley-Block Traveller, 377
  • Crane, 10-Ton Railway (Messrs. Gibbins, Bir¬mingham), 8
  • Crane, 15-Ton Electric Travelling (Messrs. Broad- bent, Huddersfield), 55
  • Crane, 20-Ton Portable, at Stockton (Rodgers and Co.), 410
  • Crane, 130-Ton Steam Jib Crane, at Glasgow
  • (Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited), 810, 819, 820
  • “Crescent" Boilers, 695
  • "Crescent," H.M. Cruiser, Engines, Triple-Ex¬pansion (Penn, Greenwich), 785
  • Crow’s Boiler Flanging Machine (Messrs. R. Harvey and Co., Glasgow), 123
  • Cruiser “Crescent,” Engines, Triple-Expansion (Penn, Greenwich), 785
  • Cruiser, French Unarmoured, “Milan,” 100, 106
  • Cruiser “ Gibraltar,” Engines, &c. (R. Napier and Sons, Glasgow), 851, 900, 901
  • Cruiser “ Ncuvo de Julio,” Argentine (Sir William Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co.), 224
  • Cruiser “Olympia,’’ United States (Union Works, San Francisco), 410, 455, 610, 611, 614
  • Cruiser “ Unebi," Compound Engines of Japanese (Forges et Chantiers, Havre), 645
  • Crystal Palace Suppl.v Station, Hornsby Engines at, 614
  • Cunard Liners “Campania" and “Lueania.” See "Campania"
  • Cunard Steamer “ Umbria” (Fairfield Company), 9,80 ’
  • Current Direction in Armature, 782
  • Currents, Measurement of Alternating, 141,168, 196, 197, 230
  • Currents, Measurement of Wake, 425, 426
  • Cun-es, Transition, 49, 71, 409
  • Customs Duties on Imports, United States, 305
  • Cutting Cams, 33
  • Cyclogram, 719
  • Cylinder Boring Mnchine (Booth, Halifax), 691
  • Damage to Toqiedo-Boat, 69
  • Damascus, City of, 76
  • Danube, Regularisation of the, 42, 801, 802, 803
  • Davenport Water Works, Iowa, 715
  • Davies-street Electric Light Station, Westminster 307, 310, 313
  • Deck, Reid’s Life-Saving, on “ Isle of Arran,” 442
  • Decking, Bridge (Braithwaite and Kirk's), 174
  • Desroziers Dynamo, 282
  • Development and Distribution of Power, 81, 82, 110, 111, 143, 170, 187, 253
  • Diagram of Metal Prices, 24, 146, 262, 422, 656, 784
  • Diagram of Shipbuilding Production in United Kingdom, 100
  • Diagram, Speed and Consumption, Russian Tor¬pedo Cruiser, 785
  • Diagram, Steam, Cyelogram, 719
  • Diagrams, Harmonic Valve, 418, 419
  • Diagrams, Steam Distribution, 206
  • Digger, Potato (Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies), 869
  • Disintegrator (Hardy Patent Pick Company), 869
  • Distribution of Electricity, Three-Wire System, 78
  • Distribution, Steam, Diagrams, 206
  • Dochart Bridge, Concrete, Killin Railway, 861
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, Jun., and Professor Ken¬nedy, on Boiler Experiments, 114, 897, 898
  • Double Stern-Wheel Steamer (Lobnitz, Renfrew), 246, 247
  • Doulton Drain Pipe Joint, 135
  • Doxford, Sunderland, Steamer “ Turret,” 733, 734, 735, 742
  • Dredge-Steward Omni-Telemeter, 186,188
  • Dredger, Forward Well, for Baltic Canal (Smulder’s), 423
  • Dredger for Leeds ami Liverpool Canal, Stern
  • Delivery (Hunter and English, London), 830
  • Dredger, Rock-Cutting, for Danube (Messrs. Lobnitz), 42
  • Drill, Rock, Driven by Priestman’s Oil Engine, 242
  • Drilling Machine, Boiler Shell (Scriven, Leeds), 318
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple (Habersang and Zinzen, Düsseldorf), 627
  • Drums, Winding, for Pachocha Railway, Spain
  • (Messrs. Harvey and Co., Hayle), 12,13
  • Duplex Pumps for H.M.S. “ Forte "(Ernest Scott and Mountain, Limited), 598
  • Duplex Wheel and Tyre Boring Lathe (Messrs. G. and A. Haney, Govan), 94
  • Dynamo, Alternate Current (Mather and Platt), 158, 159
  • Dynamo, Desrozier’s, 282
  • Dynamo Efficiency, 356
  • Dynamo and Engine, Combined (Richardson, Patricroft), 785
  • Dynamo, Multipolar, Edison's, 130, 131
  • Dynamo, Sayers’ Sparkless, 779
  • Dynamo, Siemens, for “ Campania," 490
  • Dvnamo, Westminster, and Brotherhood Engine, '893
  • Dynamos and Turbo - Motor for Cambridge Laboratory (Parsons), 406
  • Earth Slips and Subsidences, 369, 403
  • Earthquake, Effects on North-Western Railway, India, 698, 699
  • Edgar's Boilers, 700
  • Edison Triple-Expansion Engine and Multipolar Dynamo, 130,131
  • Egyptian Railway, 764 , 765, 776
  • Electric Conductors, Press for Lend Coating (Messrs. Weems), 685
  • Electric Distribution, Three-Wire System, 78
  • Electric Dynamo Efficiency, 356
  • Electric Haulage Plant, Mining, at Chicago, 640
  • Electric Light Plant (Siemens’) for " Campania," 490
  • Electric Light Station, Davies - street, West¬minster, 307, 310, 313
  • Electric Pumping Plant at Newton Colliery (Ernest Scott and Mountain, Limited), 347
  • Electric Travelling Crane, 15-Ton (Messrs. Broad- bent, Huddersfield), 55
  • Electric and Wire Rope Mountain Railway (Murren), 414, 434, 435, 446, 639, 641, 644
  • Electrical and Engineering Laboratories, Univer¬sity College, London, 727, 729, 730, 731
  • Electrical Locomotive, 100-Ton, Heilmann’s System, 773, 794, 795, 798, 799, 834, 835, 836 Electricity Current, Direction in Armature, 782
  • Electricity, Sparkless Dynamo, 779
  • Embankment, Yellow River, Breach in, 263, 296
  • Emergency Gear (Brown’s), 483
  • Emigration to United States, 367
  • Enfield Works Gun Manufacture, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Engine, Brotherhood, and Westminster Dy¬namo, 893
  • Engine, Compound, Morley’s Positive Valve Gear (Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Bradford), 738
  • Engine, Compound, and Rolling Mill at Tirydail Tinplate Works (Lilleshall Company, Limited, Salop), 839, 842
  • Engine for Driving Shafting, 373
  • Engine and Dynamo (Richardson, Patricroft), 785
  • Engine, Fire, High-Pressure (Merryweather), 42
  • Engine, Fire, at Imperial Institute (Shand, Mason, and Co.), 772
  • Engine, Fire, Messrs. Merry weather’s (Boiler Ex¬periments), 114
  • Engine fitted to burn Liquid Fuel, Portable (Clayton and Shuttleworth), 831
  • Engine, Gas, Fielding (Messrs. Fielding and Platt), 95
  • Engine, Hydraulic Pumping, Imperial Institute (Messrs. A. Smith and Stevens), 672, 673
  • Engine, Oil, Hornsby-Akroyd (R. Hornsby and Sons, Limited), 838
  • Engine, Oil, Priestman’s, Driving Rock Drill, 242
  • Engine, Oil, with Self-Starting Device, Double Cylinder (Priestman Brothers), 868
  • Engine, Oil, Weyman and Hitchcock's Twin Cylinder Vertical, 865
  • Engine Shed of Concrete, Ardrossan, 862 Engine Trials, Diagrams (Development and Dis¬tribution of Power), 81, 82, 110, 111, 143, 170, 187, 253
  • Engine, Vertical (Lanceley, Chester), 865
  • Engines and Boilers of United States Cruiser “Olympia” (Union Works, San Francisco), 410, 455, 610, 611, 614
  • Engines of the “ Campania.” See “ Campania ”
  • Engines, Compound, of JapaneseCniiser" Unebi” (Forges et Chantiers, Havre), 645
  • Engines, Compound, for Sternwheel Steamer, (Messrs. Lobnitz, Renfrew), 246, 247
  • Engines at the Crystal Palace Supply Station (Messrs. Hornsby), 614
  • Engines, Friedeborn’s Twin • Screw (Conrad Ranke Söhn, Frankfort), 407
  • Engines, 1500 Horse-Power Triple-Expansion Mill (Messrs. D. Adamson and Co., Dukinfield), 350, 359
  • Engines of the Paddle Steamer “ Albert ” (Messrs. M. Paul and Co., Dumbarton), 102, 103
  • Engines of the “ Pole Star "(Fairfield Company), 502
  • Engines, Pumping, Stroud Water Works (Messrs. Holborow and Co.), 670
  • Engines, SS. “ Iveagh,” Worked Triple and Com¬pound (Inglis, Glasgow), 718
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of Gunboats “ Circe,” " Alarm,” and “ Leda ” (Penn), 280
  • Engines, Triple - Expansion, of H.M. Cruiser “Crescent” (Penn, Greenwich), 785
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of H.M. Cruiser “Gibraltar” (Napier, Glasgow), 851, 900, 901
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion Mill (Messrs. Shanks, Arbroath), 115
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion and Multipolar Dy¬namo, Edison, 130, 131
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, Steam Yacht “ Caper¬cailzie” (Messrs. Barclay, Curie, and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 16, 25
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion Twin-Screw, H.M.S. “ Jason ” (Naval Construction Company, Bar- row), 132
  • Engineering and Electrical Laboratories, Univer¬sity College, London, 727, 729, 730, 731
  • Evaporator Pumps and Feed-Heaters, Weir's, 486, 487
  • Evaporator for Sugar Manufacture, Triple-Effet (Campbell and Calderwood, Paisley), 703, 706 Experimental Apparatus at Ilaslar, Ship Model, 329
  • Experiments on Bessemer Basic Steel Joists, 653
  • Explosions, Boiler, 10
  • Exports, Imports, and Tariffs, United States, 305
  • Failure of Road Bridge over River Morawa, 134, 138
  • Fairfield Company’s Steamers “ Campania ” and " Lucania.” See “ Campania ’’
  • Fan with Allen’s Triple-Expansion Engine, 488
  • Farm Animals in United States, 432
  • Feed-Heaters, Pumps, and Evaporators, Weir's, 486, 487.
  • Fencing, "Visible” Wire, 200
  • Ferrules, 391, 396
  • Fielding and Platt, Tweddell’s Hydraulic Flanger, 303
  • Fielding's Gas Engine (Messrs. Fielding and Platt), 95
  • Filters, Davenport Water Works, Iowa, 715
  • Firedoor, Gedues’s Protector Boiler, 913
  • Fire Engine Boiler Experiments, 114
  • Fire Engine, “Greenwich,” High-Pressure (Merry- weather), 42
  • Fire Engine at Imperial Institute (Shand, Mason, and Co.), 772
  • Fire Extinction (Hale Water Tower), 191,194
  • Fixing Boiler Tubes (Petersen), 719
  • Flanger, Tweddell’s Hydraulic (Messrs. Fielding and Platt, Gloucester), 303
  • Flanging Mnchine, Boiler Plate (Messrs. R. Har¬vey and Co., Glasgow), 123
  • Flax, Hemp, Jute, &o., Imports in United States, 335
  • Floating H.M.S. “ Howe,” 294
  • Flooring, Bridge (Braithwaite and Kirk's), 174
  • Flooring, Hobson’s Bridge, 769
  • Flues, Boiler, 85, 88, 118
  • Flying Machine, Phillips', 648
  • Flying Machines, Hargrave’s, 295
  • Flywheels, The Strength of, 59
  • Forced Draught, 226, 253, 283, 344, 395, 396, 397, 440, 750, 837. See LETTERS
  • Forced Draught Boilers, 283, 344, 395, 396, 397, 440, 750, 83/
  • Forced Draught and Leaky Tubes. See Leafy Tubes
  • Forge at Central Marine Engineering Worb, 274, 275, 278. See also 303, 314, 318
  • Forges et Chantiers, Havre, Compound Engines of Japanese Cruiser “ Unebi,” 645
  • Forging and Stamping Press, 1500-Ton (Brown Brothers, Edinburgh), 913
  • “ Forte ” Duplex Pump (Ernest Scott and Moun¬tain, Limited), 598
  • Foundations of 130-Ton Steam Jib Crane, Glas¬gow, 810, 819, 820
  • Four - Cylinder Locomotive, Winby's (Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 615, 618
  • Freights bv Kail and Canal in the United States, 154
  • French Engineering Work in Syria, 68, 76
  • French Imports and Exports in the United States, 335, 336

French Navy:

  • XIX. Unarmoured Cruiser “ Milan,” 100,106
  • Friedeborn’s Twin-Screw Engines (Conrad Ranke Sölm, Frankfort), 407
  • Frost Valves for Hydrants, Baker's, 251
  • Fronde’s Ship Model Experimental Apparatus at Haslar, 329
  • Furnace Door, Geddes’s Boiler Protector, 913
  • Furnace for Puddling Iron, 787
  • Furnaces, Boiler, 85, 88,118
  • Furnaces for Gun Manufacture, 884 , 885. See also 789, 790, 823
  • Gas Engine, Fielding’s (Messrs. Fielding and Platt), 95
  • Gas Retort-House worked Automatically (New
  • Conveyor Company), 362
  • Gauge, Bristol’s Recording Pressure, 63
  • Geddes's Protector Firedoors, 913
  • Geometrical Approximation, 345
  • German Imports and Exports in the United States, 335, 336
  • Geysers in Yellowstone, 456
  • “Gibraltar,” H.M. First-Class Cruiser, Engines, &c. (R. Napier and Sons, Glasgow), 851, 900,
  • 901
  • Girder Work, St. Mary-street Market, Cardiff,
  • 64, 65, 203, 204, 243, 248, 253
  • Glaciers, 129, 215, 271, 340
  • Glasgow Harbour, 130-Ton Steam Jib Crane (Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited), 810, 819, 820
  • Gradients of the London and South-Western Railway, 393
  • Grain in the United States, Yield and Price of, 432
  • Gray's Marine Engineering Works, Hartlepool, 274, 275, 278, 303, 314, 318
  • “Greenwich” High-Pressure Fire Engine (Merry-weather), 42
  • Gun Manufacture nt Enfield, 789, 790, 823,884, 885
  • Gunboat “Speedy,” H.M.Torpedo (Thornvcroft), 872, 881
  • Gunboats’ Engines, British Torpedo (Penn), 280
  • Gunboats’ Engines (H.M.S. “Jason”), Naval Construction Company, Barrow, 132
  • Habersang and Zinzen’s Multiple Drilling Ma¬chine, 627
  • Hale Water Tower (Kansas), 191, 194
  • Hammer, 125-Ton Stenm (Bethlehem Iron Com¬pany, U.S.A.), 857
  • Harbiiry Slip and Subsidence, 369, 403
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company’s Disintegrator, 869
  • Hargrave’s Flying Machines', 295
  • Hartlepool Central Marine Engineering Works,
  • 274, 275, 278, 303, 314, 318
  • Hanley and Co.’s Winding Drum for Pachocha Railway, Spain (Hayle), 12,13
  • Harvey's Boiler Plate Flanging Machine, 123
  • Harvey's Duplex Wheel and Tyre-Boring Lathe, 94
  • Haslar Ship Model Experimental Works, 329
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Limited, Four-
  • Cylinder Locomotive (Winby’s), 615, 618
  • Hay in the United States, Growth of, 432
  • Heat Radiation from Gases, 827
  • Heat Transmission through Tubenlates, 283, 395, 396, 397
  • Heating Railway Carriages (Lavcock), 190
  • Heilmann’s System, 100-Ton Electric Locomotive,
  • 773, 794, 795, 798, 799, 834, 835, 836
  • H.M. Battleship “ Victoria,” 906
  • H.M. Cruiser ‘'Crescent," Engines,Triple-Expan¬sion (Penn, Greenwich), 785
  • H.M. First-Class Cruiser “ Gibraltar” Engines, &c. (R. Napier and Sons, Glasgow), 851, 900,
  • H.M.S.‘* Howe," Floating, 294
  • H.M. Torpedo Gunboat “ Speedy (Thomyeroft), 872,881
  • High-Pressure Hydraulic Presses in Ironworks, 265,299,300
  • Hill’s Plymouth Company, Merthyr Tydvil, South Wales, at Chicago, 033, 634, 636, 637, 040
  • Hobson’s Bridge Flooring, 769 .
  • Hoist, Hydraulic Pump and (Imperial Institute), (Messrs. A. Smith and Stevens), 672, 673
  • Holborow and Co.’s Pumping Engines, Stroud Water Works, 070
  • Hornsby-Akroyd Safety Oil Engine (It. Hornsby and Sons, Limited), 838
  • Hornsby's Engines at the Crystal Palace Supply Station, 614
  • “ Howe,” Floating Battleship, 294
  • Hughes and Lancaster, Ruabon, Acrefair Works, Ruabon, 372, 373, 384
  • Hulse and Co.'s Vertical Milling Machine, 168
  • Humpidge and Snoxell, Dudbridge, Jefferies’
  • Brickmaking Machine with Automatic Cutting Table, 896,898 t
  • Hunter and English’s Stem Delivery Dredger for
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 830 Hyde Steam Windlasses and Capstans, Bath
  • Works, Bath, Me., 702 Hydrants, Frost Valves for, Bakers, 251
  • Hydraulic Channel and Angle-Iron Shearing
  • Machine (XIessrs. IL Smith and Co., Glasgow), 155
  • Hydraulic Flanger, Tweddell’u (Messrs. Fielding and Platt, Gloucester), 303
  • Hydraulic Forging ami Stamping Press, 1500-Ton
  • (Brown Brothers and Co., Edinburgh), 913
  • Hydraulic Presses in Iron Works, High-Pressure, 265, 299, 300 .
  • Hydraulic Pump and Hoist (Imperial Institute)
  • (Messrs. A. Smith and Stevens), 672, 673
  • Hydraulic Riveter (Messrs. H. Smith and Co., Glasgow), 314
  • Hydraulic Squeezer, Hartlepool Works, 278
  • Ice-Breaking Steamer “Murtaja”(Bergsunds Company, Stockholm), 327
  • Immigration to United States, 367
  • Imperial Institute, Pumping and Hoist (Hy¬draulic) (Messrs. A. Smith and Stevens), 672, 673
  • Imports, Exjiorts, and Tariff Duties, United
  • Imports into United States, 335, 336 Inclinometer Level, Abney’s, 627
  • Indian Railways, Earthquake Effects, 698, 699
  • Induction at Great Distances, 173 _
  • Influence Machine, Wimshurst, 657
  • Inglis, Glasgow, Engines, S.S. “ Iveagh," worked
  • Triple and Compound, 718 Iron Puddling Furnace, 787 Iron and Steel Imports in United States, 335
  • Isle of Arran,” Clyde Passenger Steamer (Messrs. T. B. Seath and Co.), 442
  • “Iveagh,” Engines, S.S., Worked Triple and Comjiound (Inglis, Glasgow), 718
  • Japanese Cruiser “ Unebi,” Compound Engines
  • (Forges et Chantiers, Havre), 645
  • “ Jason’s ” Boilers, 695
  • “ Jason,” Engines, H.M.S. (Naval Construction Company, Barrow), 132
  • Jefferies’ Brickmaking Machine, with Automatic
  • Cutting Table (Messrs. Humpidge and Snoxell, Dudbndge), 896, 898
  • Jib Crane, 130-Ton Steam, at Glasgow (Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited), 810, 819, 820
  • Joint, Doulton Drain Pipe, 135
  • Joists, Experiments on Bessemer Basic, 653
  • Kennedy, Professor, and Mr. Bryan Donkin, Jun., on Boiler Experiments, 114, 897, 898
  • Killin Railway, River Dochart Concrete Bridge, 861
  • Kitson and Co., Leeds Tank Locomotive for Mersey Railway, 218
  • Knaudt's Experiments on Elasticity of Furnaces, 85, 118
  • Laboratories, Engineering and Electrical, Univer¬sity College, London, 727, 729, 730, 731
  • Lamp, Coligny Carriage Roof, 282
  • Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway Bridges, 859
  • Lanceley, Chester, Valve Gear for Vertical En¬gine, 865
  • Lathe (Astbury, Grantham), 376
  • Lathe, 8-In. Chasing (Astbury, Grantham), 806
  • Lathe, Pittler’s Universal Tool, 72, 73
  • Lathe, Screw-Cutting (Robertson and Loudons 343
  • Lathe, 10-In. (Tangyes, Birmingham), 221
  • Launching a Ship. See “ Campania"
  • Laycock, Railway Carriage Heating, 190
  • Lead-Coating Electric Conductors, Press for (Messrs. Weems), 685
  • Leaky Tubes, 226, 252,283,395, 396, 397, 344, 440, 750, 8747
  • “ Le*la,” H.M. Torpedo Gunboat, Engines (Penn),
  • • Lee-Metford Rifle, XIanufacture, 789, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company's Oval Hole Punching Machine, 376
  • Leeds Forge Experiments on Furnaces, 85
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Stern Delivery
  • Dredger (Hunter and English, Ixindon), 830
  • Level, Abney's Inclinometer, 627
  • Life-Saving Deck, Reid’s, on “Isle of Arran,” 442
  • Lifts. See Hoist»
  • Lightning Conductors, 871
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway, Automatic Sig¬nalling System, 163
  • Lobnitz, Renfrew, Double Stem • Wheel
  • Steamer, 246, 247 Lobnitz Rock Cutting Plant, 42
  • Lock Gates, Allington, Lower Medway, 342
  • Lock and Weir, Richmond, 402
  • Locomotive and Carriage of Murren Mountain Railway, 639, 641,644. See also 414, 435, 446
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, for Northern of France Railway, 174, 175, 233, 234
  • Locomotive, Express, for London and South-Western Railway, 380, 381, 393
  • Locomotive, 100-Ton Electric, Hcilmann's System, 773, 794, 795, 798, 799, 834, 835, 836
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Barry Company (Vulcan Company, Newton-le-Willows), 904 Locomotive, Tank, for Mersey Railway (Kitson and Co., Leeds), 218
  • Locomotive, Winby’s Express (XIessrs. Hawthorn,
  • Leslie, and Co.), 015, 618 London and South-W'estern Railway Express
  • Locomotive, 380, 381, 393 Ixindon and South-Western Railway Sections, 393
  • Longitudinal Elasticity of Furnaces (Knaudt Ex¬periments), 85, 118
  • Loudon Brothers, Screw Cutting loathe, 343
  • “ Lucania,” Cunard Liner. See “ Campania ”
  • Magazine Rifle XIanufacture, 789, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Maidenhead Works, Blasting Operations for Bridges, 31, 32
  • Manchester Ship Canal Bridges, 126,127,182,183, 271, 286, 306
  • Manufacture of Small Arms at Enfield, 789, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Marble Sawing XIachine, Stone and (XIr. J. T. Pearson, Burnley), 147
  • Marine Boilers and Leaky Tubes. See Leaky Tubes
  • Marine Engineering Works, Hartlepool, Central, 274, 275, 278, 303, 314, 318
  • Market, Cardiff, St. Xlarv-Street, 64, 65, 203, 204, 243, 248, 254
  • Mather and Platt, Alternate Current Dvnamo, 158, 159
  • Measurement of Alternating Currents, 141, 168, 196, 197, 230
  • Measuring XIachine, Cloth, 279 Xleasuring Stellar Photographs, 91
  • Memphis Bridge, Tennessee, 166, 216, 217
  • Merrvweather’s Fire Engine Boiler Experiments, 114'
  • Merryweatheris High-Pressure Fire Engine “ Greenwich,” 42
  • Mersey Railway Tank Locomotive (Kitson and Co., Leeds), 218
  • Metal Price Diagrams, 24, 146, 262, 422, 656, 784
  • Metal Sawing XIachine (Chouanard, Paris), 807
  • “ Milan,” French Unarmoured Cruiser, 100, 106
  • Mill Engines, 1500 Horse-Power Triple-Expan¬sion
  • Messrs. D. Adamson and Co., Dukinfield), 350, 359
  • Mill Engines, Triple-Expansion (XIessrs. Shanks, Arbroath), 115
  • Mlilling Machine, Double (Shepherd, Hill, and Co., Leeds), 443
  • Mlilling Machine, Vertical (Hulse, Manchester), 768
  • Mlinneapolis, Views in, 38, 39, 46
  • Minnesota, Views in, 38, 39, 46 Mississippi Bridge, Memphis, Tenn., 166, 216, 217
  • Model (Ship), Experimental Apparatus, Haslar, 329
  • “ Monarch’s” Boilers, 694
  • Monte Pumping Colliery Plant, 633, 634, 636,637, 640
  • Morley’s Positive Valve Gear, Compound Engine (Cole, Xlarchent, and XIorley, Bradford), 738
  • Motor, Petroleum, “ Rocket” (R. Stephenson and Co., Limited, Newcastle-on-Tyne), 864
  • Motor for Railway Stock, Xlurren Mountain Rail¬way, 639, 641, 644
  • Mountain Railway, Xlurren, Electric and Wire Rope, 414, 434, 435, 446, 639. 641, 644
  • Moving Side Walk, Chicago Exhibition, 584
  • Multipolar Dynamo, Edison’s, 130, 131
  • Murren XVire Rope and Electric Xlountain Rail¬way, 414, 434, 435, 446, 639, 641, 644 “ Xlurtaja,” Ice-Breaking Steamer (Bergsunds Company, Stockholm), 327
  • Napier and Sons, R., Glasgow, First-Class Cruiser “ Gibraltar," Engines, &c., 851,900, 901
  • Napier’s XVindlass and XVindlass Engine, 492
  • Nationality of Inhabitants of United States, 367
  • Naval Boilers, 694, 695, 700
  • Naval Construction and Armaments Company’s Engines, H.XI.S. "Jason,” 132
  • Navy. See French Navy
  • " Neuvo de Julio,” Argentine Cruiser (Sir XV. G. Armstrong, Xlitchell, and Co.), 224 New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 507 508 510
  • Nicaragua Canal, 209, 605, 606, 607
  • Northern of France Locomotive, Compound Ex¬press, 174, 175, 233, 234
  • Oats in United States, Growth of, 431, 432
  • Observatory, Spectroscope at the Allegheny, 664, 665, 668 "
  • Oil Engine, Hornsby-Akroyd (R. Hornsby and Sons, Limited), 838
  • Oil Engine, Priestman’s, Driving Rock Drill, 242
  • Oil Engine with Self-Starting Device, Double Cylinder (Priestman Brothers), 868
  • Oil Engine, Two-Cylinder Vertical (XVeyman and Hitchcock), 865
  • Oilfields, Burmah, 889
  • Oil as Fuel, Portable Engine (Clayton and Shuttleworth), 831
  • Oi, launch, Priestman’s Reversible Propeller, 863
  • Oil XIotor " Rocket ” (R. Stephenson and Co., Limited, Newcastle), 864
  • “Olympia,” United States Cruiser (Union XVorks, San Francisco), 410, 455, 610, 611, 614
  • Omni-Telemeter, Dredge-Steward, 186, 188
  • Oscillating Engines and X'alve Gear (Paddle Steamer) (XIessrs. Paul, Dumbarton), 102, 103
  • Oval Hole Punching Xlachine (Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company), 376
  • Overhead Crane, Burton’s Self-Sustaining Pulley- Block Traveller, 377
  • Pachocha Railway, Spain, XVinding Drums for (XIessrs. Harvey and Co., Hayle), 12, 13
  • Paddle Engines. See Bnyines Paddle Steamers. See Steamers Pallograph for Recording X’ibration of Steamers, 458, 459, 460
  • Parallactic XIachine, Xleasuring Stellar Photo¬graphs, 91
  • Parsons’ Turbo-XIotor and Dynamo for Cam¬bridge Laboratory, 400
  • Passenger Steamer “ Isle of Arran," Clyde (Messrs. T. B. Seath and Co.), 442 *Pearson’s Stone and Marble Sawing Machine, 147
  • Penn, Greenwich, Engines, Triple-Expansion, Cruiser “Crescent,” 785; Gunboats “Leda,”
  • “ Alarm,” and “Circe,” 280
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, 503, 504, 505, 506
  • Petersen System, Fixing Boiler Tubes, 710
  • Petroleum Fields, Burmah, 889. See also Oil
  • Petroleum Motor “ Rocket” (R. Stephenson and Co., Limited, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 864
  • Phillips’ Flying Machine, 648
  • Photographs, Measuring Stellar, 91
  • Pier at Salina Cruz, Tehuantepec Railway, 315
  • Pipe Joint, Doulton Drain, 135
  • Pit Sleepers from Old Rails, 140
  • Pittler's Universal Tool, 72, 73
  • Planter and Digger, Potato (Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies, Limited), 869
  • Pneumatic Interlocking and Automatic Block
  • Signalling System (Union Company, Pitts¬burgh), 669, 676
  • Pneumatic Power Tramway, Berne, 212, 213
  • Pneumatic Riveter, 749, 870
  • “ Pole Star” Engines (Fairfield Company), 502
  • Population in United States, 124, 125,154
  • Portable Crane, 20-Ton, at Stockton (Rodgers and Co.), 410
  • Potato Planter and Digger (Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies, Limited), 869
  • Potatoes in United States, Growth of, 432
  • Power Distribution from Central Stations, 81, 82, 110, 111, 143, 170, 187, 253
  • Press for Lead-Coating Electric Conductors (Messrs. Weems), 685
  • Press, Hydraulic Forging and Stamping, 1500-Ton (Brown Brothers and Co., Edinburgh), 913
  • Presses, Hydraulic, in Iron Works, High Pres¬sure, 265, 299, 300
  • Pressure Gauge, Bristol's Recording, 63
  • Price of Produce in United States, 432
  • Priestman Double-Cylinder Oil Engine with Self- Starting Device, 868
  • Priestman’s Oil Engine Driving Rock Drill, 242
  • Priestman’s Reversible Propeller for Oil Launches, 863
  • Propeller, Reversible, for Oil Launches (Priest- man's), 863
  • Propeller, Thorneycroft’s Screw Turbine, 162
  • Propellers, Screw, 149, 177, 178
  • Puddling Furnace, Iron, 787
  • Pulley Boring Machine, Vertical (Richard and Co.), 739
  • Pulleys, Varying the Working Radius of, 63
  • Pulsating Steam Pump, Water Spout, 162
  • Pump, Stewart's Rotary (Thornton and Cribbin, Bradford), 751
  • Pump, Thwaite’s Centrifugal, 135
  • Pump, Water Spout Pulsating Steam, 162
  • Pumps, Air, of the United States Cruiser “Olym¬pia,” 610
  • Pumps, Duplex, for H.M.S. "Forte” (Ernest Scott and Mountain, Limited), 598
  • Pumps, Evaporators, and Feed-Heaters, Weir's, 486, 487
  • Pumps, Worthington, Chicago Exhibition, 582,
  • 583
  • Pumping Engine, Hydraulic, Imperial Institute (Messrs. A. Smith and Stevens), 672, 673
  • Pumping Engines, Otterbourne, Southampton Water Works, 363
  • Pumping Engines, Stroud Water Works (Messrs. Holborow and Co.), 670
  • Pumping Plant, Electric, at Newton Colliery (Ernest Scott and Xlountain, Limited), 347
  • Punching XIachine, Oval Hole(I,eeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company), 376
  • Radiation of Heat from Gases, 827
  • Rails, Pit Sleepers from Old, 146
  • Railway, Blasting Operations on, 31, 32
  • Railway, Boat, at XIeaux, France, 438, 439
  • Railway Bridge over Lower Glanmire road, Cork, 769
  • Railway Carriage (Heating (Laycock), 190
  • Railway Crane, 10-Ton (XIessrs. Gibbins, Bir¬mingham), 8
  • Railway Development in United States, 185, 211
  • Railway, Egyptian, 764 , 765, 776
  • Railway, Liverpool Overhead, Automatic Signal¬ling, 163
  • Railway, Xfurren XVire Rope and Electric Xloun¬tain, 414, 434, 436, 446, 639, 641, 644
  • Railway, Pachocha, Spain, XX’inding Drums for (XIessrs. Han ev and Co., Hayle), 12, 13
  • Railway Pier at Salina Cruz, Tehuantepec Rail¬way, 315
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus, Pneumatic Inter¬locking and Automatic Block (Union Com¬pany, Pittsburg), 669, 676
  • Railway Structures (Bridges, Ac.) of Concrete, 859, 860, 861, 862
  • Railway Viaducts on the Xlanchester Ship Canal, 126, 127, 182, 183, 271, 280, 306
  • Railways ^Indian) anti Earthquakes, 698, 699
  • Railways in Syria, 68, 76 Railways, Transition Curves, 49, 71, 409
  • Range Finder, Dredge-Steward Omni-Telemeter, 186, 188
  • Ransome, Sims, anti Jefferies, Limited, Potato Planter and Digger, 869
  • Refrigerator Systems (I^a X'ergne’s and Kil- bourn’s), 498, 499
  • Regularisation of the Danube, 801,802,803. See 42
  • Reid’s Life-Saving Deck on " Isle of Arran,” 442
  • Repairing “ Umbria " Shaft, 80 See 9
  • Repeating Rifle XIanufacture, 789, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Revenue and Expenditure of United States, 51
  • Reversible Propeller for Oil Launches (Priest¬man’s), 863
  • Richards Tool Company’s X’ertical Boring XIa¬chine for Pulleys, 739
  • Richardson, Engine and Dynamo Combined (Patricroft), 785
  • Richmond Lock; Longitudinal Section of Thames, 711
  • Richmond Lock and XX'eir, 402
  • Rifle XIanufacture at Enfield, 789, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Rigbv XIagazine Rifle XIanufacture, 789, 790, 823, 884,'885
  • River Embankment Breach (Yellow River), 263, 296
  • River Thames from Teddington to Shadwell, Lon¬gitudinal Section, 711
  • Riveter, Hydraulic (Messrs. H. Smith and Co., Glasgow), 314
  • Riveter, Pneumatic, 749, 870
  • Road Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, 126, 127, 182, 183, 271, 286, 300
  • Roadmaking in Syria, 68, 76
  • Robertson and Loudon’s Screw-Cutting Luthe (Loudon Brothers, Glasgow), 343
  • Rock Cleavage (Contortion), 36
  • Rock Cutting Plant for Danube Improvement Works (Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., Renfrew), 42 Rock Drill Driven by Priestman’s Oil Engine, 242
  • Rodgers and Company's 20-Ton Portable Crane at Stockton, 410
  • Rolling Mill at Enfield, 790. See also 823, 884, 885
  • Rolling Mill and Engine at Tirydail Tinplate Works (Lilleshall Company, Limited, Salop), 839, 842
  • Rolling Stock of Xlurren Xlountain Railway, 639, 641, 644. See also 414, 435, 446
  • Roof Lamp, Coligny Carriage, 282
  • Rotary Pump, Stewart’s (Thornton and Cribbin, Bradford), 761
  • Rounthwaite’s Thrust Block, 751
  • Roynl Agricultural Show. Chester, 1893
  • Brickmaking XIachine, with Automatic Cutting Table, Jefferies’, 896
  • Disintegrator (Hardy Patent Pick Company, Limited, Sheffield), 869
  • Oil Engine with Self-Starting Gear, Double- Cylinder (Priestman), 868
  • Oil Engine, Twin-Cylinder Vertical (XIessrs. XVeyman and Hitchcock, Guildford), 865
  • Petroleum XIotor “Rocket” (XIessrs. R. Stephenson and Co., Limited, Newcastle),
  • Potato Digger (Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies, Limited, Ipswich), 869
  • Potato Planter (Ransome, Sims, and Jefferies, Limited, Ipswich), 869
  • Priestman’s Reversible Screw Propeller, 863
  • Vertical Engine (Valve Gear), H. Lanceley and Son, Chester, 865
  • Windmill (C. Cadle and Co., Dublin), 868
  • " Royal Sovereign ” Boilers, 695
  • St. Mary-street XIarket, Cardiff, 64, 65, 203, 204, 243, 248, 254
  • Salina Cruz, Pier at, Tehuantepec Railway, 315
  • “ Santa Xlaria,” Columbus’s Ship, 680
  • “ Satellit,” Toq>edo Cruiser, Austria (Schichau), 346
  • Sawing XIachine, Cold XIetal (Chouanard, Paris), 807
  • Sawing XIachine, Stone and Marble (Mr. J. T. Pearson, Burnley), 147
  • Schichau, Austrian Torpedo Cruiser “Satellit,” 346
  • Schlick's Pallograph for Recording Vibration of Steamers, 458, 459, 400
  • Scott and Xlountain, Ernest, Limited, Duplex Pumps for H.XI.S. “ Forte,” 598
  • Scott and Mountain’s Electric Pumping Plant at Newton Colliery, 347
  • Screw-Cutting loathe (Robertson and Iz»udon's), 343
  • Screw Propellers, 149, 177, 178
  • Screw Turbine Propeller, Thornycroft's, 162
  • Scriven, Leeds, Boiler Shell Drilling Machine, 318
  • Seath, T. B., and Co., Rutherglen, Clyde Pas¬senger Steamer " Isle of Arran,” 442
  • Sections of London and South-XVestern Railway, 393
  • Segregation, XVoven XX'ire and, 853, 864
  • Shaft Repairing, “ Umbria,” 80. See 9
  • Shand, XIason, and Co., Fire Engine at Imperial Institute, 772
  • Shanks, Arbroath, Triple-Expansion Xlill Engines, 115
  • Shearing XIachine, Hydraulic Channel and Angle Iron (XIessrs. H. Smith and Co., Glasgow), 155
  • Shepherd, Hill, and Co.’s Xlilling XIachine, 443
  • Ship Bulkheads, Economical, 391
  • Ship Canal. See Manchester Ship Canal Ship Friction, Xleasurement of, 425, 426 Ship XIodel Experimental Apparatus, Haslar, 329
  • Ships’ Bulkhead Doors, 347
  • Shipbuilding Production, Diagram of, 100
  • Shippirig, American, 239
  • Shipping of all Nations, British Influence, 273
  • Side XValk, XIoving, Chicago Exhibition, 584
  • Signalling Apparatus, Pneumatic Interlocking and Automatic Block (Union Company, Pitts¬burg), 669, 676
  • Signalling System, Automatic, Liverpool Over¬head Railway, 163
  • Silk Imports in United States, 335
  • Single-Crank Compound Engines, Paddle Steamer (XIessrs. Paul, Dumbarton), 102,103
  • Sky Signs and XVindmill (XVilliams and Co.), 882
  • Sleepers, Pit, from Old Rails, 146
  • Slips and Subsidences of Earth, 369, 403
  • Small Arms XIanufacture, 789, 790, 823, 884, 885
  • Smith and Co., IL, Glasgow, Hydraulic Channel and Angle Iron Shearing XIachine, 155
  • Smith, and Co., IL, Glasgow, Hydraulic Riveter, 314
  • Smith and Stevens’ Hydraulic Pump and Hoist, Imperial Institute, 672, 673
  • Smulderis Forward XX'ell Dredger for Baltic Canal, 423
  • Buyer’s Elastic Coupling (Cowlishaw, XValkcr, and Co., Etruria), 220
  • Sonning Cutting, Bridge Removal on the, 31, 32
  • Southampton XVater XVorks, 363 Sparkless Dynamo, 779
  • Sjrectroscope of the Allegheny Observatory, 664, 665,668 '
  • Speed and Consumption Diagrams, Russian Tor¬pedo Cruisers, 785
  • Speeds of Ihjlleys, X'arying, 63
  • “Speedy,” H.M. Torpedo Gunboat (Thorny' croft), 872, 881
  • Squeezer, Hydraulic, Hartlepool Works, 278
  • Station, Electric Light, Davies - street, West¬minster, 307, 310, 313
  • Steam Boiler Experiments, 114, 897, 898
  • Steam Condensation in Cylinders, 916
  • Steam Diagram, Cyclogram, 719
  • Steam Distribution Diagrams, 206
  • Steam Hammer, 125-Ton (Bethlehem Iron Com¬pany, U.S.A.), 857
  • Steam Jib Crane, 130-Ton, at Glasgow (Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited), 810, 819, 820
  • Steam Striker (Allen, Cardiff), 250
  • Steam Tiller Steering Gear, Brown’s, 491
  • Steam Yacht “Capercailzie,” Engines of (Messrs. Barclay, Curie, and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 16, 25
  • Steamer, Double Stern-Wheel (Lobnitz, Renfrew), 246, 247
  • Steamer “Isle of Arran," Clyde Passenger (Messrs. T. B. Seath and Co.), 442
  • Steamer “Murtaja," Ice-Breaking (Bergsunds Company, Stockholm), 327
  • Steamer “Turret” (Doxford, Sunderland), 733, 734, 735, 742
  • Steamer " Umbria,” Cunard (Fairfield Company), 9, 80
  • Steamers “Campania” and “Lucania. Sec " Campania”
  • Steamers’ Vibrations, Pallograph for Recording, 458, 459, 460
  • Steel Tests, 85, 88, 118 Steering Gear, Brown's Steam Tiller, 491 Stellar Photographs, Measuring, 91 Stephenson and Co., Limited, R., “Rocket” Petroleum Motor, 864
  • Stern Delivery Dredger for Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Hunter and English, London), 830
  • Stern-Wheel Steamer, Double (Lobnitz, Renfrew), 240, 247
  • Sterne's Cold-Air Provision Stores in "Campania,” 498
  • Steward-Dredge Omni-Telemeter, 186,188
  • Stewart’s Rotary Pump (Thornton and Cribbin, Bradford), 751
  • Stone and Marble Sawing Machine (Mr. J. T. Pearson, Burnley), 147
  • Straightening Rifle Barrels, Machine for, 790. Sec also 823, 884, 885
  • Strength of Bulkheads, 427
  • Strength of Flywheels, 59
  • Striker, Steam (Allen, Cardiff), 250
  • Stroud Water Works, Pumping Engines (Messrs. Holborow and Co.), 670
  • Sugar Manufacture, Triple Effet Evaporator (Campbell and Calderwood, Paisley), 703, 706
  • “Sybille’s" Boilers, 694
  • Syria, Engineering Work in, 68, 76
  • Tangyes’ 10-In. Lathe, 221
  • Tank Locomotive for Mersey Railway (Kitson and Co., Leeds), 218
  • Tariff Revenue of the United States, 51
  • Tariffs, Imports and Exports, United States, 305
  • Tehuantepec Railway, Pier at Salina Cruz, 315
  • Telemeter, Omni-, Dredge-Steward, 180, 188
  • Tests of Steel, &c., 85, 88, 118
  • Thames from Teddington to Shadwell, Section, 711
  • Tharsis and Calahas Railway, Spain, Concrete Structures, 859, 800
  • Thermopiles, 635
  • Thornton and Cribbin, Stewart's Rotary Pump, 751
  • Thornvcroft, H.M. Torpedo Gunboat "Speedy,” 872,'881
  • Thornycroft's Screw Turbine Propeller, 162
  • Three-Wire System, Electric Distribution, 78
  • “Thrush’s” Boilers, 694
  • Thrust Block, Rounthwaite’s, 751
  • Thwaite’s Centrifugal Pump, 135
  • Tinplate Mill, Tirydail (Lilleshall Company, Limited, Salop), 839, 842
  • Torpedo-Boat, Strength of, 69
  • Torpedo Cruiser “Satellit,” Austrian (Schichau), 346
  • Torpedo Gunboat “Speedy ” (Thomycroft), 872, 881
  • Torpedo Gunboat's Engines, British, 132, 280 Tower, Blackpool, 338. 339
  • Tower, Hale Water (Kansas), 191, 194
  • Tramway, Berne Compressed Air, 212, 213
  • Transition Curves, 49, 71, 409
  • Transmission of Heat through Tubeplates, 283, 395, 396, 397
  • Traveller, Burton's Self-Sustaining Pulley Block, 377
  • Travelling Crane, 15-Ton Electric (Messrs. Broad- bent, Huddersfield), 55
  • Trevithick’s Boiler at Chicago Exhibition, 684
  • Triple Effet Evaporator for Sugar Manufacture (Campbell anti Calderwood, Paisley), 703, 706
  • Triple-Expansion Engine with Fan, Allen's, 488
  • Triple-Expansion Mill Engines (Messrs. Shanks, Arbroath), 115
  • Tube, Boiler, Fastenings, 1 Tubeplates, Transmission of Heat through, 283, 395, 396, 397
  • Tubes for Alloys, 629. See also 660, 687
  • Tubes, Fixing Boiler (Petersen), 719
  • Turbine Propeller, Thomycroft’s Screw, 162
  • Turbines for Central Power Stations, 110, 111
  • Turbo-Motor and Dvnamos for the Engineering Laboratory, Cambridge (Parsons), 406
  • Turret Lathe (Astbury, Grantham), 376
  • “ Turret,” Steamer (Doxford, Sunderland), 733, 734, 735, 742
  • Tweddell's Hydraulic Flanger (Messrs. Fielding and Platt, Gloucester), 303
  • Twin • Screw Engines, Friedeborn’s (Conrad Ranke Sühn, Frankfort), 407
  • Tyndall on Radiation of Heat from Gases, 827
  • Tyre-Boring I/ithe, Duplex Wheel and (Messrs. G. and A. Harvey, Govan), 94
  • “ Umbria," Cunard Steamer (Fairfield Company), 9, 80
  • “ Umbria” Shaft, Repairing, 80. Sec 9 " Unebi," Compound Engines of Japanese
  • Cruiser (Forges et Chantiers, Havre), 045
  • Union Switch and Signalling Company, Pneu¬matic Interlocking and Automatic Block Signalling, 009, 070
  • United StatesCruiser “ Olympia "(Union Works, San Francisco), 410, 455, 010, Oil, 014
  • University College, Engineering and Electrical Laboratories, 727, 729, 730, 731
  • Unwin on Development and Distribution of Power, 81, 82, 110, 111, 143, 170, 187, 253
  • Utley’s Ship Ventilation, 492
  • Valve Gear, Morley's Positive, Compound En¬gine (Cole, Marehent, and Morley, Bradford), 738
  • Valve Gear, Oscillating Engines, Paddle Steamer (Messrs. Paul, Dumbarton), 102, 103
  • Valve Gear, Vertical Engine (Lanceley, Chester), 805
  • Valves for Hydrants, Frost, Baker's, 251
  • Varying the Working Radius of Pulleys, 63
  • “ Velocity ” Winding Colliery Plant, 633, 634,
  • 636, 637, 640
  • Ventilation of Mines, 633, 634, 636, 637, 640
  • Ventilation of Ships (Utley), 492 Vergne’s Refrigerator, 498
  • Viaducts on the Manchester Ship Canal, 126, 127, 182, 183, 271, 286, 306
  • Vibration of Steamers, Pallograph for Record¬ing, 458, 459, 460
  • “ Victoria," H.M. Battleship, 900
  • “ Visible” Wire Fencing, 200
  • VulcanCom]xmy, Newton-le-Willows, Barry Com¬pany's Passenger Locomotive, 904
  • Wake Currents, Measurement of, 425, 426
  • Waste Gates at Allington Lock, Lower Medway, 342
  • Water Spout Pulsating Steam Pump, 162
  • Water Tower, Hale (Kansas), 191, 194
  • Water Works, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A., 715
  • Water Works, Southampton, 363
  • Watt’s Boiler Circulator and Deposit Extractor, 851
  • Weir, Richmond Lock and, 402
  • Weir's Feed I’unips, Heaters, and Evaporators, 486, 487
  • Welsh Colliery Exhibit at Chicago Exhibition, 033, 034, 036, 637, 640
  • Westminster Dvnamo and Brotherhood Engine, 893
  • Westminster Electric Light Station, Davies-Street, 307, 310, 313
  • Weyinan and Hitchcock’s Twin-Cylinder Vertical Oil Engine, 865
  • Whaleback Steamer “Turret ’’(Doxford, Sunder¬land), 733, 734, 735, 742
  • Whaleback Steamers, Chicago Exhibition, 587
  • Wheat in United States, Growth of, 431
  • Wheel and Tyre-Boring I/kthe, Duplex (Messrs. G. and A. Harvey, Govan), 94
  • Williams and Co., Windmill and Skj' Signs, 882
  • Wimshurst Influence Machine, 657
  • Winbv’s Express Locomotive (Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 615, 618
  • Winding Drums for Pachocha Kailwav, Spain (Messrs. Harvey and Co., Hayle), 12, 13
  • Winding Plant, Colliery, at Chicago Exhibition, 633, 634, 636, 637, 640
  • Windlass and Capstan, Hyde Steam (Bath Works, Bath, Me.), 702
  • Windlass ami Windlass Engine, Napier's, 492
  • Windmill (Cadle, Dublin), 868
  • Windmill and Sky Signs (Williams and Co.), 882
  • Wire Fencing, “ Visible,” 200
  • Wire Rope and Electric Mountain Railway, Murren, 414, 434, 435, 446, 639, 641, 644
  • Wire, Woven, and Segregation, 853, 854
  • Wood Imports in United States, 335
  • Wool Imports in United States, 335
  • Works, Central Marine Engineering, 274, 275, 278, 303, 314, 318
  • World’s Fair. See Columbian Expoiit on Worthington Pumps, Chicago Exposition, 582,
  • 583
  • Woven XX'ire and Segregation, 853, 854
  • Yacht “Capercailzie,” Steam Engines (Messrs. Barclay, Curie, and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 16, 25
  • Yarrow's Toq>edo-Boat for Victoria Government, 69
  • Yellow River, Breach in Embankment of, 263, 296
  • Yellowstone, Alaska, and Yosemite. See Yose¬mite, <fcc.

Yosemite, Alaska, and Yellowstone :

  • Geysers in Yellowstone, 4, 5, 6 Minneapolis, Views in, 38, 39, 46
  • Minnesota, X'iews in, 38, 39, 46

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