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The Engineer 1858/01/08

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Main Subjects

  • Admirality Reports on British Coal, p 19.
  • Barometers for Fishing Villages, p 19.
  • British India, p 22.
  • Chemical, p 19.
    • Influence of Sulphur and Phosphorus Upon the Characters of Malleable Iron.
    • Preparation of Bronze Powders.
  • Editorial, p 29.
    • Hard Times.
    • SS Great Eastern.
    • Government and the Schoolmaster.
    • Art Pupil Teacherships.
  • Exeter Hall, p 20.
  • Iron, p 31.
  • James Abbot, Thomas, Young and Hunt's Machinery for Blooming Iron, p 21. (Illustrated).
  • J. W. Hackworth's Machinery for Working Blast-Furnaces, p 28. (Illustrated).
  • Miller's Improvements in Water Meters, p 20.
  • Thomas Silver's Improved Steam Engine Governor, p 24. (Illustrated).

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