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The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1860 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • Academy of Sciences, 166, 181, 253, 258, 289, 306. 316, 387, 380, 891, 410
  • French. 5, 50, 56, 133, 143, 2r0, 232

Accident

  • with an Armstrong Gun. 364
  • on board the Ulster. Fatal, 278
  • at Milwall. 82
  • Railway, Blackheath Tunnel, 166
  • Black wall, 86
  • Bluepits, 116
  • Edinburgh. Perth. and Dundee, 23
  • Great Northern, 74
  • Guide Bridge, 339
  • Helmshore, 180, 192, 193, 196
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, 164
  • London, Chatham, and Dover 396
  • London and South Western, 229
  • near Manchester. 269
  • Southport and Manchester, 102
  • Trent Valley, 347, 354
  • West Midland, 351
  • Accidents, Board of Trade Reports on Railway, 28
  • Railway. 174
  • Railway Coat of 223
  • Acoustic and other Impulses through the Atmospheric Transmission of, 424
  • Admiralty Contracts, 2.,9
  • Contracts for Ships and Engines, 243
  • Aerated Bread, 120
  • Aerial Navigation, 127
  • Aero-hydraulic Motor, 239, 275, 815, 375
  • Africa, Central, 370
  • Ager's Cultivating Apparatus, 384

Agricultural Exhibition,

  • French, 5
  • Exhibition, French, Mowers at, 16
  • Implement Manufactory, Bedford,. Howard's, 38
  • Implement., J. R. and H. Thomson's, 109
  • Implements, Export of, 236
  • Implements,
  • Machines, Bushell’s
  • Society, Yorkshire, U2
  • Agriculture in the United States, 241, 821
  • Air of Town and Country, 82
  • Amalgamation, 373
  • America. Counterfeit Coin in, 273
  • Telegraph to, 6, 56, 92, 110, 160, 208, 386, 420
  • American Air Engine, 30

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE :

  • Fossil Floras, 189
  • Great Meteor of July, 189
  • Metaphysics of Vision. 189
  • Mortality among the Blind, 189
  • Nitrogen in Plants, 189
  • Tidal Wave of the Lakes, 169
  • American Gunboat. 73
  • Humour, 314

AMERICAN ITEMS

  • Coe's Great Balloon, 421
  • Combustion of Wet Fuel, 42'
  • Feed, water floaters, 421
  • Porn anent Way, 421
  • Puppet Valves, 421
  • American Line of Steamers to China, 410
  • Progress, 23
  • Ammunition, 227
  • Anchor Question, the, 28
  • Anchors Trotman's, 12 78
  • and Cables, Insufficient, 850
  • and Chain Cables, 28
  • and Chain Cables, Committee on. 160
  • Anderson and Bradshaw's Furnaces of Bakers' Ovens, 55
  • Anderson's Motive Power, Al Anglo-French Ti city, the, 237
  • Antiquity of Stencil. 67
  • Condie's, 131
  • Apples, Nutriment in, 18
  • Apprenticeship to Trades, 215
  • Archaeological Discoveries, 67
  • Armour-clad Ships, 275
  • Armour Network. 27
  • Ship, Government Experiments on, 7
  • Armstrong Gun, 127
  • Gun and its Missiles in China, 3.11
  • Guns, 108
  • Arsenic and Antimony in the Sources and Beds of Streams and Hirers, Provence of, 251
  • Eating in Styria, 300
  • Artesian Wells, 403
  • Artillery. Construction of, 140
  • Experiments near Eastbourne, 102
  • Artizan in London, Wants of the, :,2
  • Ash Timber. 345, 361. 389
  • Ashby and Yorke's Haymaking Machines, 341
  • Asia, Telegraphic Communication with, 22
  • Asiatic, American, and Russian Telegraphic Scheme, 165
  • Aspell, Booth, and Hurst's Looms, 3A2
  • Association for the Advancement of Science, American, 189

ASSOCIATION OF FOREMEN ENGINEERS :—

  • Agricultural Improvements, by Mr. W. Buckle, 158
  • Anniversary Dinner, :399
  • Development of the Iron Trade, by James Robertson, '25
  • Election of Members, 301
  • Monthly Meeting, 245
  • Resistance of Cast-iron to Internal Pressure, by Mr. John 373
  • Water and some of the Phenomena attending the Generation of Steam, by Mr James Stablin, 97
  • Association for the Prevention of Boiler Explosions, 159. 234. 374
  • Asteroids. Orbits of. 290
  • Astronomical Phenomena, 4
  • Athenian Excavations. 357

Atlantic,

  • below the. 3S3
  • Cable. the Last of the, 61
  • Telegraph Company, 93
  • Telegraph, the Late, 114
  • Telegraph, the North, 2.5, 51,166, 361. 398, 405
  • Atmosphere, the, 180
  • Electric Conditions of the,
  • Atmospheric Pressures in Europe and Northern Asia, 339
  • Auld's Feed-water Apparatus, 22(, 2',9. 275
  • Australia, Machinery and Metals in, 278
  • Austria, Garibaldi and, 109
  • Axle-boxes, Aert's Water, 106
  • Axles, Clark's. 340
  • and Tyres, Cranked. Wilson and North's, 73
  • and Wheels, blather's, 190
  • Bailey's Mine Indicator, 401
  • Balloon, Coo's Great, 421
  • Banquet to Mr. Bateman, Engineer of the Loch Katrine Waterworks, 274
  • Barlow and Hamilton's Carding Engine, 4
  • Barlow's Screw-cutting Machines, 140
  • Barometer, Wollaston's, 95
  • Bass's Brewery at Burton, 98
  • Bateman, 31r., Engineer-in-Chief of the Glasgow 1Vster works, Banquet to, 274
  • Bathgate and Wilson's Distilling and Cooking Apparatus for Ships, 91
  • Batiste's Wood-grooving Machine. 286
  • Batteries, Fixed and Floating, 211
  • and shot proof Ships. Floating, 102
  • Voltaic, Benoist's, 143
  • Bedson's Puddling Furnace, 72
  • Belgium, Coal and Iron in, 34
  • Bell at Westminster. the Great, 157, 160, 179, 208 13,11s.
  • the Great Clock, 102
  • Benoist's Voltaic Batteries, 113
  • Bentley and Stringer's Railway Chairs, 53
  • Berwick's Lord, Rifling Fire-areas,
  • Bessemer's Manufacture of Malleable Iron and Steel, 273
  • Bills, Payment of, 116
  • Birkenhead 229
  • Street Railways in, 145.166
  • Blackband Ironstone' of the Edinburgh and East Lothian Coalfields, :351
  • Black Forest., Industry of,175
  • Blackwood's Fire-hays, 323
  • Blakely Cannon Practice with a, 165
  • Captain, on the Recent improvements in Firearms. 321
  • Blakely. Mr , on Iron-plated Ships, 430
  • Blast of Air, Steam, etc., of very High Temperature applicable to Hot-blast Stoves. Mode of Obtaining, Blasting near Chatham Cliff, 181
  • Blind, Mortality among the, 189
  • Blindness and Lunacy, 303
  • Board of Trade Report on Railway Accidents, 28
  • Boats, Gun and Mortar, 193
  • Bodmer's Machinery for Converting Waste Fabrics into Down, 190
  • Boiler Explosions, 371, 387, 403, 420
  • Explosion at Dundyvan, 166
  • Indicator, Walker's. 857
  • Injector, Giffard's, 328, 846, 358, 402, 420
  • Boilers. 191
  • Horton and Kendrick's 302
  • Horton's Steam. 51
  • Cornish. 345, 361
  • in iron Forges. Improving.r.:43 346
  • Non-Explosive, 168
  • Safety Apparatus for, 420
  • Steel v. Iron, 209
  • Bolton, Bertenshaw and McConnell's Apparatus for Spinning, 55
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 51
  • Railway Charges, 57
  • Bond and Hayhurst's Temples for Looms, 22
  • Bordeaux. New Railway Bridge at, 236
  • Boutet's Motive Power, 239, 275, 345, :375
  • Bow and the Rifle, the. 375
  • Box Wood, 39
  • Boyle, Hon. Robert, 11
  • Brakes, Fleet, Rawling, and Cloake's, 76
  • Mayes', 206
  • Railway, 24, 56, 77, 95, 110
  • Steam, 324
  • Tension, 275
  • and Communicators, Railway, 6
  • Brass Ordnance, 241
  • Bread, Aerated, 120
  • Making and Baking,
  • Breakwaters, 338
  • Admiral Taylor's, 190
  • and Harbours. 12
  • Breach-Loader, a Now, 130
  • Brewing at Burton, Bass's,
  • Brickmaking Machine, Cowdery's, 223
  • Machinery, Burstall's, 385
  • Machinery, Effertz's. 194
  • Bridge at Bordeaux, New Railway. 236
  • Niagara, Observations on, 283
  • Saltash, 285
  • Victoria, 87
  • Westminster, 212
  • Piers on the Velocity of the Water, Effect of, 344
  • Bridges, Iron and Iron, 187
  • New Principle in the Application of Malleable Iron to the Construction of, 220
  • Suspension. 292
  • Bridging, a New Feature in, 241
  • Bright's Telegraphic Conductors, 21'2
  • Bristol Harbour, Improvement of, 236
  • Bristol, a New Railway Terminus at, 130

BRITISH ASSOCIATION:

  • Storms. by Admiral Fitz Roy, 40
  • Characters awl Comparative Vain() of Gutta Percha and India Rubber employed us Insulators for Sub:1qm) us Telegraph Wires, by S. W. Silver, 71
  • Chemical Science, 21
  • Density of Saturated Steam, and on the Law of Expansion for Superheated Steam, by William Fairbairn, F.R S., 71
  • Economic Science and Statistics, 21
  • Geography and Ethnology, 21
  • Geography of the North Atlantic Telegraph, by Col. Tal. P. Shaffner, 51
  • Geology, 21
  • High Pressure Water Meters, by D. Chadwick, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 139
  • 'List of Papers read, 41
  • Manufacture and Application of India-rubber for Insulating Telegraphic Conductors; also the Construction of Submarine Cables, by W. Hall Mathematical and Physical Science, 20
  • Mechanical Effect of Combining Girders and Suspension Chains, and the Application of the System to Practical Purposes, by P. W. Barlow, RMS., 123
  • Science, 21
  • New Mode of Obtaining a Blast of Air Steam, or other Aeriform Fluids of very high Temperature, applicable to 11ot-blast Stoves for Blast Furnaces, by Mr. E. A. Cowper, 69
  • Opening Address, 1
  • Physiology, 21
  • Report of the Connell, 20
  • Road Locomotives, by the Earl of Caithness, 70
  • Steamship Performance, by Admiral Moorsom, 21
  • Street Railways, by G. F. Train,
  • Zoology and Botany, 21
  • British Colombia and Vancouver's Island. 383
  • School of Mines, Examination at, 29
  • Bronze, a Now Kind of, 148
  • Brown Paper Tarpauling, 200
  • Buildings, Skinning's Metropolitan, 350
  • in the World, the Highest, 313
  • Burstall's Brickmaking Machinery, :385
  • Bushell's Agricultural Machines, 384
  • Butlin's Apparatus for Superheating Steam. 422
  • Cable, the last of the Atlantic, 0;i. the Rangoon and Singapore, 110, 11)2
  • the Rod Sea, 133
  • Cables, Anchors and Chain, 2S and Anchors, Insufficient, 350
  • Chain, 44, 59, 160
  • Construction of Submarine, 51
  • Siemens' Electric Telegraphic, 257
  • Submarine, 324
  • Submarine, Durability of, &c., 353
  • Telegraphic, Newell v. Elliott., 376
  • Caithness, Earl of, Steam Carriage, 254, 290
  • Traction Engine, 128
  • California, Progress of, 290
  • Campbell, Dugald, Arsenic and Antimony in Rivers, 251
  • Canada, the Royal Car on the Great Western Railway of, 280
  • Canadian Copper, 5$
  • Canal Across the Isthmus of Darien, Ship, 111,
  • In Proposed, Baltic Ship, 303
  • Cannon, Breechloading, 387
  • Construction of, 7. 24, 147, 390
  • Iron Plates and Rifled, 209
  • Practice with a Blakely, 165
  • Rifled, Captain Clay's, 212
  • a Way of Sponging out a Muzzle-loading Rifle, 7
  • the Whitworth, 102
  • Capstans, Hatfield's, 58
  • Caution to Tourists, 302
  • Carriage, a New Steam, 108
  • Carriages, Emory's, 127
  • Casks, Trussing, Cressy's Improvements, 1.7,1
  • Castes, Hereditary, of Hindoo Artizans, 11
  • Catlin, Geo., Ocean Travelling, 223
  • Cementation of Iron, •/82
  • Centrifugal Air Pumps, 307
  • Certificate for Teachers in Artisan Classes, Science, 287
  • Ceylon Railroads, 172
  • Chadwick, D., High Pressure Water Meter, 139
  • Chalk Formation, '251
  • Champion's Spindles and Bobbins, 72
  • Changes of Climate, 424
  • Channel Communication, Across, 5
  • Charing-cross Railway, 157
  • Progress of Works, 235
  • Charlton's Method of Navigating Steamships, 341
  • Charts, Incorrect. 430
  • Chatham Dockyard, 318
  • Chatwood's Sowing Machines. 206
  • Chemical Science, 21, 45
  • Union, and the Action of Life, Laws, and Properties of Material, 325, 342
  • Chemistry and Electricity, Optics, 24, 128, 176
  • Cherbourg, 68
  • Cheshire Salt Trade. 50
  • Chloroform, Prevention of Death by, 68
  • Churning or Washing Machinery, Patterson's, 118
  • Cisterns, Venetian. 90
  • City Commission of Sewers, 292
  • Civil Engineers, 131
  • and Mechanical Engineers' Society.
  • Electric Telegraph, the, by Mr. J. Guedalla, 343
  • Iron Girders, by Mr. W. Rutt, 300
  • Clark's Apparatus for Treating Peat, 400
  • Axles, 810
  • Engines and Boilers, 318
  • Hallway Chairs, 72
  • Clay's, Capt., Rifled Cannon. 212
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth's Safety Valves, 39
  • Cleveland Iron District. 29S Climate, Changes of, 424
  • Coal-burning Locomotives, 272, 288, 239, 291
  • Coal Consumption, by Locomotive Engines, 97
  • Fields of New South Wales, t3
  • into Franco, Importation of, 102
  • French Consumption of, 22. 76
  • Gas on Plants, Effects of, IS and Iron in Belgium, 84
  • and Iron in France, 57
  • Mines, &c., Working, 7
  • Mining in Ireland, 81
  • in Russia, 24, 68
  • of South Staffordshire, Ten Yard,;4;
  • Tar Destructive to Vermin,
  • Trade, the. 254
  • Coast Defences. 56
  • Coating Gas and Water Pipes, 400
  • Iron, 142
  • Telegraphic Wires with India Rubber, 96
  • Cochrane's Core Bars, 15S Cod Liver Oil, 189
  • Coe's Great Balloon, 421
  • Coins. Wear and Tear of Gold and Silver, 173
  • Coking, a New System of Open, 106
  • Collyer's, Dr., Paper Pulp. 287
  • Colours of Thick Plates, 92
  • Colour Visions, 272. 291, 304
  • Combing Machinery. Fairbairn and Newton's, 130
  • Combs or Heckles, Harding's, 73
  • Combustion of Fuel, Mechanical rower Produced, &c.. 339
  • of Wet Fuel, 421
  • Comet, the. 23
  • Commissioners of Patents for Inventions for 1859, Report of, 188
  • Communication, Cross Channel. 5
  • Communicators, Railway Brakes, &c., 6

Company,

  • Croydon Sewage Irrigation, 305
  • Great Kanawha, 336
  • Mediterranean Extension Telegraph, 98
  • Proposed Cotton, 309
  • the Stourbridge Railway Wagon, 855
  • Westminster Palace Hotel, 98
  • Companies, Railway and other, 97
  • Condie, Mr. John, Death of, 309
  • Condie's Patent Anvils, 131
  • Conducting Power of Pure Copper, Meet of the Pi (nonce of Metals and Metalloids upon the Electric, 205
  • Conductors, Telegraphic, Bright's, Connaught, the. 309
  • Steamship, the Late, 389
  • the Loss of, 8S Conservative Land Society, 173
  • Construction of Artillery, 140
  • of Cannon 7, 24, 147
  • Contract for Rails. 238
  • Railway, VO Contracts. Admiralty, 259
  • Admiralty, for Ships' Engines. 243
  • Cooking and Distilling Apparatus fur Ships, Bathgate and Wilson's, 91
  • Cooperative Movement in Lancashire 81
  • Copper, Canadian, 58
  • Effect of the Presence of Metals and Metalloids upon the Electric Conducting Powers of Pure, 203
  • Core Bars, Cochrane's, 168
  • Cornish Boilers. 345, 861
  • Cort Case. the, 163, 179, 194, 195, 211, 227
  • Cotton Company. Proposed, 809
  • Supply of, 162, 237
  • Counterfeit Loin in America, 273
  • Coupling and Uncoupling. Osborne's, 222
  • Couplings in Railways. 191
  • Covering Zinc with Brass or Copper. 54, 68
  • Cowdery's Brick-making Machine, 223
  • Cowper's Hot Blast Stoves, 72
  • Crawshay's Iron Pulleys. 803
  • Cressey's Improvements in Trussing Casks, 1.10
  • Crevasse, Down a, 245
  • Crimean Memorial, 278
  • Croup, 270. 387
  • Croydon Sewage, Irrigation Company, 305
  • Crushing Stones, Machinery for. 106
  • Cultivating Apparatus, Ager's, 384
  • Machinery, Samson's, 401
  • Cultivator, Smith's. 19•1
  • in Ireland, Smith's, 145
  • Cunningham's Improvements in Reefing Sails, 223
  • Cutting and Sawing Machinery, Green's, 401
  • Wood, Smith's Machinery, 37-1
  • Cyclops' Works, Sheffield, 91
  • Dale's Perchloride of Iron Solution, 56
  • Darien Canal, the. 141, 149
  • Davidson's Paper Bags, 2.5
  • Deal Frame, Worssam's Double, 23
  • Death Ring. the, 271
  • in the Toy Shop, 8S5

Deaths :—

  • De Bergue’s Rivetting Machinery, 146
  • Decimal System of b1oasurement, 106
  • Defence of London, 10
  • Defences, National, 59. 166, 267
  • Defending Ships, Jones' Mode, 113
  • Denison's Weighing Machines, 2u6
  • Density of Saturated Steam, dm., 71
  • De Normandy's, Obtaining Fresh from Salt Water, 319
  • Destas’ Wind or Water Engine, 251
  • Destruction of Two Houses in Pimlico, 75
  • Devon and Cornwall, Fossils of, 69
  • Dillon’s Plenometer, 43, 05, 163
  • Dinner, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 10;
  • Dime Wheel, 410
  • Discovery, Curious, 24
  • Disease. Connection between Hail and Snow Showers and, 416
  • Distances of the Fixed Stars, 43
  • Distilling and Cooking Apparatus for Ships, Bathgate and Wilson's, 91
  • Dividends, Railway, 74, 369
  • Diving Apparatus, 8
  • Dock, Immense Floating, 235, 806
  • Docks, the Mersey, 19$
  • Dockyard, Chatham, 818
  • Drainage of Land. 372
  • Drilling Holes in Wrought-iron, Machine for, 106
  • Machine, M. A. Soul and Co.'s, 1:,9
  • Driving Gear of Pumps, Ford's, 418
  • Straps, Leather, Haines', 2.7
  • Power given by, 405, 423
  • Dublin and Holyhead Steamers, 243
  • Dundonald's, Lord, Projectiles, 356
  • Dyeing, Jones and Hilton's Apparatus for, 65
  • Earth, Final Destiny of rho. 277
  • Earth's Central Heat, 805, 324, 312, 35S, 887. 493
  • Earthquake in Kent, 174
  • Eastern Counties' Tyro Breakage, 9
  • Eastwood's Steam Hammers. 8
  • Ebullition, V. P., 128
  • Eclipse, the Late Total, 321
  • the Solar, 71
  • of the Sun, the Late. By Mr. De La Rue, stt
  • Economic Science and Statistics, 21, 4.,
  • Economy of Fuel, 3.;0, 372
  • Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee Accident, 23
  • Effertz's Brickmaking 'Machinery, 194
  • Egypt and the Suez Canal Company, 141
  • Electric Light, New, 94
  • Light, Professor Way's, 164
  • Magnets. 275
  • Silk Loom, 51
  • Electrical Endosmosis, 422

Electricity, 282

  • Identity of the Agents which Produce Sound, Heat, and Light. 413
  • to the Lighting of Gas, Application of, 139
  • in Imperfect Conductors, Propagation of, 820
  • Optics, Chemistry, and, 24, 128, 176
  • the Same Thing, are Gravity and, 321
  • Electro Block Printing, 396
  • Magnetism, ricking Oro by, 312
  • Ellesmere, Earl of, Monument to the Late, 19:1
  • Ellis, Winterbottom, and Bradock's Steam Engines, 303
  • Embankment, Thames, 180, 195, 244, 308, 3.17
  • Emery's Canines, 127
  • Emigrants Occupation of, 71
  • Emigration 8111C0 1815, 70
  • Emperor Napoleon's Model Farm at Vincennes, 11
  • Endless Chain Boats, 291, 307

Engine.

  • Air, American. 369
  • Hot Air, 113, 131
  • Pumping, Large, 229
  • Steam, Room for Improvement in, 277
  • Steam. a Popular Fallacy in Regard to the. 373
  • Traction, Earl of Caithness's, 1•.V3
  • Traction, Longstaff and Pulian's, 321
  • Traction, Louch and Messenger's, 385
  • Traction, Taylor's, 18
  • Wind or Writer. Destas', 254
  • Driver. the, 116
  • Drivers and Firemen. 6, 173
  • Drivers and Firemen's Short Time Movement, 173

Engines,

  • Air, 220
  • Caloric, Whipple's, 401
  • Cording, Barlow and Hamilton's, 4
  • Gas, Lenoir's, 271
  • Locomotive, Gossell's. 150
  • Marine, Designing, 59
  • Marine, Hamilton and Silver's. 222
  • Marine for the Royal Navy, 163
  • Marine, Spencer's, 175
  • Mine-pumping. 132
  • Steam, Ellis, Winterbottom, and Bradock's, 303
  • Steam, Gourlay and Kemp's, 349
  • Steam, Sells', 5
  • Traction, Stirling's, 01
  • and Boilers, Clark's, s18
  • and Boilers, Rowan and Horton's. 210
  • Great, Eastern, Mr. A. L. Holley, 75
  • Engineering in 1800, 324
  • Practice, Desiderata in, 10
  • Engineers Afloat, 406
  • of France. 406
  • and the Li,/ Courts. 6
  • Naval, Treatment of, 324, 345, 359, 402, 887, 373
  • in Scotland, 375
  • at Whitehall, Promotion of, 312
  • English and French Machinery, 101
  • Engraving from Photographs, 195, 211. Establishment, Now Government, 10
  • Euphrates Railway, Proposed, 114
  • Evaporation, 110
  • Excavations. Athenian, 357
  • Excursion to the Coal and Iron Districts. institution of Mechanical Engineers, 107
  • Exhibition of 1862, 71
  • International, of 1862, 304
  • Expanding Mandril, 361, 375, 389, 405
  • Experiments with Artillery Guns, Su Near Eastbourne, Artillery, 102

Explosion,

  • Boiler, at Miles Platting, 305, 845 414
  • Colliery, 44
  • Dreadful, 373
  • Terrific, 809, 317, 351
  • Dundyvan, Boiler, 166
  • Fatal Boiler, 289
  • Explosion, Metropolitan Railway, 287, 301, 327, 350
  • at St. Mary's, Oxford, 369
  • Singular., 178
  • Explosions, Association for the Prevention of Boiler, 159, 234, 374
  • Boiler, 371, 387, 403, 420
  • Preventing, Jones' Mode, 00
  • Export of Agricultural Implements. 2:;1;
  • Extension of Power-Loom Weaving in Belfast, 244
  • Factory Labour. 37
  • Fairbairn and Newton's Combing Machinery, 130
  • President, British Association, 24
  • Fat, 383
  • Fearnley's Looms, 161
  • Steam Hammer's, 108
  • Feed-water Apparatus, Auld's, 226, 259, 27.5
  • Heating improvements in Locomotives, 308, 3E9
  • Heaters, 421
  • Fencing, Metallic, Salisbury's. 404
  • Fergusson’s, Mr., System of Fortification, 227
  • Ferrabee's Spanners. or Screw-wrenches. 109
  • Filter for Corrosive Liquids. 39
  • Filterer, Gun-cotton, 369
  • Fire in Glasgow, 350
  • in Liverpool, 212
  • at the Thames Iron Works, 159
  • Alarm Telegraphs, 164
  • Fire-arms, 6
  • Captain Blakeley, 321
  • Lord Berwick's, 400
  • Wilson's, 113. 341
  • Thomas Wilson. 130
  • Fire-bars, Blackwood's, 323
  • Fire Brick Trade and the French Treaty. 387
  • Fire-men, Engine-drivers, &c., 6, 173
  • Fire-wool Machines, 301, 380
  • Fisher's Washing Machines, 142
  • Fitzgerald and 11ato's Method of Igniting the Charge in Ordnance, 357
  • Flax in India, Cultivation of. 108
  • Fleet, Rawlings and Cloake's Brakes, 76
  • Flint Implements 8
  • Ford's Driving-gear of Pumps, 418
  • Foreign and Colonial Jottings, 13, 34. 30, 63. 82, 102, 107, 1:33, 148, 160. 181, 189, 207. 229, 245. 2)3, 273, 294, 809, 860, 360, 373. 388, 309, 480
  • Foreign Office, Now, 93
  • Fortification, Mr. Fergus/totes System, 2:7
  • Fossil Floras, American. 189
  • Fossil Remains, New. 388
  • Fossils of Devon and Cornwall, 69
  • Fountain Movement, 173
  • Fowler, Worby, and Greig's Tilling Machinery, 419
  • Frames, Roving awl Doubling, Lord's, 174

France,

  • Coal and Iron in, 57
  • Commercial Treaty with, 293
  • Engineers of, 400
  • Importation of Coal into, 102
  • Minerals and Metals of, 299, 315, 367
  • Railway System in, 301
  • Water, Gas in, 830
  • French Academy of Sciences. 6, 60, 60, 133, 143, 200, 232
  • Agricultural Exhibition, 5
  • Mowers at, 10
  • Consumption of Coal, 22, 76
  • and English Machinery, 01
  • Mails v a Galway, 355
  • Minerals, Table of, 300
  • Naval Movements, 21$9
  • Navy, the. 300
  • Plated Vessels, 143
  • Statistics, 13
  • Tar of Iron. Friction, Popular Errors about. 181
  • Frigates, Iron-plated, 201, 278, 307, 315
  • Find. Combustion of Wet, 421
  • Funeral of the late Mr. Locke, 210
  • Furnaces, Boiler, 421
  • Furnace, Puddling, Godson's, 70
  • Furnaces, J. and U. Hawkins, 93
  • Johnson's. 222
  • Robertson's, 415
  • of Bakers' Ovens, Anderson mid Bradshaw's,
  • Taking off Waste Gases from Blast, U0
  • Fusible Metal, Wood's, 320
  • Gabion, Iron-band. 277
  • Gardiner's Carriage Springs, 127
  • Garibaldi and Austria, 109

Gas,

  • Henry's, 271
  • Manufacture, 371
  • Apparatus, 147. 163
  • Apparatus, Coal, Richardson's, 326
  • Application of Electricity to the Lighting of, 3t)
  • Bill, Metropolitan, 81
  • Lighting, 814
  • Lights, Smoke from, 186, 220
  • Kans. the, 860
  • Oil. Taylor's Manufacture, 303
  • from Open-topped Blast-furnaces, Taking off the Nasty, 300
  • Water, France, 330
  • Gases from Blast Furnaces, Taking of Waste, 96
  • Gasometers, Naval, 400
  • Gas Works, Subterranean,
  • Gauges, Pressure. '227, 2F13
  • Newton's, 344
  • Slack's, 127
  • Gaul, the Early Inhabitants of, 383
  • Generating Hydrogen, Carbonic Acic, Sulphuretted Hydrogen, 821
  • Generation, Spontaneous, 253
  • Generation of Steam, Association of Foremen Engineers. 97
  • Generators, Steam, Pullan, Creswell, and Longstaff's, 422
  • Geography and Ethnology. 214;
  • Geography of the North Atlantic Telegraph, 51
  • Geology, 21, 45
  • Gaud, Maier Injector, 32g. 346, 358, 402, 420
  • Gilbee's Railway Signals, 415
  • Gillis' Engines Governor, 286
  • Girders, Iron, 300
  • Strain on Tubular, 118
  • and Suspension Chains, the Application of the System to Practical Purposes; Mechanical Effect of Combining, 123
  • Glass, Rough Plato, 18
  • Gloucestershire, Proposed Mining in, 162
  • Gold from its Ores, Chemical Extraction of, 183
  • in Wales, 18, 219
  • Gossell’s Locomotive Engines, 159
  • Gourlay and Kemp’s Steam Engines, 3.10
  • Government Establishments, Now, 10
  • Experiment on Ships' Armour, 7
  • School of Mines, 201
  • Shipbuilding. 423
  • Governor, Gillis', 280
  • Gyroscope Steam Engine, 2,',4
  • Grantham's Slips for liaising Ships, 388
  • Gravity and Electricity the Same Thing? Are, 321
  • Great Eastern, the, 43, 102, 127, 149, 160, 201, 226, 237, 211, 269
  • Great Eastern Award, the. 170, 192
  • Directors Report. 271
  • Engines, Mr. A. L. Holloy, 75
  • Position and Prospects of the, 253
  • Proceedings for the Infringement of an American Patent, 149
  • Suit against the, 82
  • Great Kanawha Company, 336
  • Great Pyramid and the Great Railway, 13
  • Green's Cutting and Sawing Machines, 401
  • Chico's Screw Nuts, 191
  • Grosvenor Hotel, :355
  • Gun, Armstrong. 127
  • and its Missiles in China, 311
  • Gossip, 168
  • Perkin's Steam, 389, 465
  • Now, 160
  • Gunboat, American, 73
  • A New. 360
  • Gunboats, the Rotten, 193
  • Gun Cotton as a Filterer. 809
  • Gun and Mortar Boats, 103
  • Gags, 45
  • Armstrong, 108
  • Experiments with Artillery. 80
  • Manufacture of, 111
  • Government,
  • Red Hot, 815
  • Gun Shields as adapted to Iron-cased Ships, Shot-proof, 155
  • Guthrie's Method of Lowering Ships' Boat', 108
  • Gyroscope Steam Engine Governor, 254
  • Haines' Leather Driving Strap, 287
  • Halifax Corporation, 190
  • Hamilton and Silver's Marine Engines, 222
  • Patent, 211
  • Hammering. Crushing, &c., Schiele's Machinery, 2JS
  • Hammers, Fearnley’s Steam, 103
  • Steam, Eastwood's, 8
  • Hewitson and Walker's, 230
  • Imray and Copeland's, 2.0
  • Arbour, Holyhead, 12
  • Improvement of Bristol, 230
  • Harbours and Breakwaters, 12
  • of Refuge, 5, 165, 203
  • Harding's Combs or Hackles, 73
  • Harfield's Windlasses, Capstans, 58
  • Harrow Tontine Association, 102
  • Harvesting Machine, Samuelson's, 2f/4
  • Harvey's Safety Valves, 371
  • Hawkins', J. and Furnaces, 03
  • Hayes' Brakes, 20i;
  • Hayes, Mr. C. F.. Presentation, 32J
  • Haymaking Machines, Ashby and Yorke's, 311
  • Smith's. 384
  • Healthy Dwellings, Mr. H. Roberts, F.S.A., 87, 105
  • Heat, Mechanical Theory of, 57
  • Heaters, Food-water, 421
  • Heating Conservatories by Gas, 40.5, 423
  • Heisch, Dr. Charles, 68
  • Helmshore Railway Accident, 180, 192, 193, 106
  • Henry's Gas, 271
  • Hewitson and Walker's Steam Hammers, 239
  • High and Dry Situations,
  • Hills, Boilers. 191
  • Himalayas, the, 1-0
  • Hindoo Artisans, Hereditary Castes of, .114
  • Hinges, Box, Rimington's, 857
  • Spring Door, Rooney and Redshaw's, 175
  • Hipkins and Sons' Suspension, 69
  • Hoisting Machines, Safety altos, Timmins'. 178
  • Holyhead and Dublin, Now Mall and Passenger Service, 80
  • Holyhead Harbour, 12
  • Hornsby's Ploughs, 294
  • Horse Power, Indicated, 358
  • Rakes, Howard's, 270
  • Horton and Kendrick's Boilers, 30:!
  • Horton's Steam Boilers, 61
  • Hot Blast. the, 131
  • Stoves, Motto of Obtaining a Blast of Air Stream. &c., of very high Temperature, applicable to, 69, 72
  • Hotel, the Grosvenor, 355
  • Victoria Station and West End, 252
  • Howard's Agricultural Implement Manufactory, Bedford, 88
  • Howard's Horse Rakes, 270
  • Howden and Thresh's Safety Lamp, 109
  • Hudson’s Gas Meters, 178
  • Hughes, Mr., of the Admiralty. Death of. 242
  • Hydrogen, Carbonic Acid and Sulphuretted Hydrogen
  • Generating, 321
  • Ibbotson's Draw and Buffer Springs, 54
  • Ice in India by Mechanical Means, Procuring, 3S7
  • Ice Pressure on the St. Lawrence, 309
  • Implement Makers, the loyal Agricultural Society ant the, 70
  • Improvements, New Act of Public, 88
  • South London, 380
  • Imray and Copeland's Steam Hammers, 270
  • India, Cultivation of Flax in, 168
  • Electric Telegraph in, 225
  • Rubber, Coating Telegraphic Wires with, 90
  • and Gutta Percha, employed as Insulators for Subaqueous Telegraph Wire, Value of, 71
  • for Insulating Telegraph Conductors, 61
  • Telegraph Communication with, 111, 141
  • Indian Railways, 13, 207
  • Telegraph. 141
  • Indicated Horse Power, 35:3
  • Indicator, the Use of, 872, 873, 360, 420
  • Induction, the Laws of, 243
  • Inductometer, Improved, 208
  • Industry of the Black Forest 176
  • Insects, Preparing and Mounting, 171
  • Inspection of Minus, 234

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS:—

  • Annual General Meeting, 415
  • Breakwaters Discussion on Mr. Scott's Paper on, 338
  • Discussion on Mr. Preece’s Paper, 883
  • Maintenance and Durability of Submarine Cables in Shallow Water, by Mr. W. H. Preece, A.I.C.E., 853
  • Monthly Ballot, 367
  • Premiums awarded, 278
  • Subjects for Premiums, 285
  • River Orwell and the Port of Ipswich, by Mr. George lItirwood, M.I.C.E.. 353

INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS IN SCOTLAND:-.

  • Address delivered by the President, 867
  • American Air Engine. Captain Ericsson's. 367

INSTUTUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINERS, 49, 81

  • Aerts Water Axle-boxes, 100
  • Annual Mooting. 90
  • Coal Consumption by Locomotive Engines, by Mr. C. Markham, 97
  • Coal of South Staffordshire, Ton Yard, by Mr. Matthews, 90
  • Coating Telegraphic Wires with India-rubber. by Mr. C. Siemens, 91;
  • Cooking, New System of Open, by Mr. S. H. Blackwell, 106
  • Conversazione, 07
  • Decimal System of Measurement, by Mr. Fertile, 106
  • Description of the Round Oak Ironworks, by Mr. Smith, 106
  • Dinner, 107
  • Excursion to the Iron and Coal Districts, 107
  • Machine for Drilling instead of Punching Holes In Wrought-Iron, by Mr. John Cochrane. 106
  • Machinery for Crushing Stone for Macadamising Purposes, by Mr. C. G. Mountain, 106
  • Taking-off the Waste Gas from Open-topped Blast Furnaces, by Mr. Samuel Lloyd, 800
  • Taking-off Waste Gas from Open-toped Furnaces, by Mr. Charles Cochrane, 90
  • Instruction. Scientific v. Practical. 336
  • Insulation, Colonel Shaffner and Telegraphic, 24, 40
  • Shaw's Improvements in, 142
  • Telegraph. 5t1
  • Insulators for Subaqueous Telegraph Wires, Value of Gutta-Percha and India-rubber employed its, 71
  • Insulating Telegraph Conductors, India-rubber for, 61
  • Invention, Novel and Ingenious Pumping, 803
  • Inventions by Employes, 27
  • Ipswich, River Orwell and the Port. of, 8;3
  • Ireland, Coal Mining in, 81
  • Extension of Steam on the Lakes and Rivers of, 150
  • Public Works In, 106
  • Wanderings in, 191
  • Irish Matters. 79
  • Progress, 253
  • Iron-Band Gabion, 277
  • Iron-Cased Ships of War. 225
  • Cast, Railway Wheels,
  • Cementation of, 282
  • Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham. Wolverhampton, and other Districts. 17, 82, 48, 66, 84. 108, 12), 186. 152, 102, 184, 200. 217. 233. 248, 264, 233, 290, 812, 334, 351, 305, 870, 396, 411, 429
  • District, Cleveland. 238
  • the French Tariff, of. 228
  • and Iron Bridges, 1,7
  • Malleable, Application of to the Construction of Bridges. 220
  • Manufacture, Improvements in, 180
  • Plated Frigates, 315, 2'd, 278. 397
  • Plated Ships, 227, 241, 289, 880, •I30
  • Plated Ships of War, 327, 876, 402
  • Sides and Wooden Walls. 207
  • Smiting, 343
  • Something Now, 81
  • and Stool, Malleable, Bessemer's Manufacture, 273
  • Stones of the Edinburgh and East Lothian Coalfields, Blackband, 854
  • Trade Abroad. 138
  • Trade, Development of the. 25
  • Treating, Something Now, 190
  • Ironworks, Description of the Round Oak, 106
  • Kurmaon, 280
  • Jackson, Mr. Jos.. Death of, '205
  • Jackson's Sewing Machines. 120
  • Johnson's Furnaces, 222
  • Pumps, 370
  • Jonas and Hilton's Apparatus for Dyeing, 5.7,
  • Jones' Mode of Defending Ships, 113
  • Mode of Preventing Explosions, 90
  • Kensington Station, 145
  • Kershaw, Mr. John, 146
  • Kew Gardens, 110
  • Kirby's Improvements in Spinning and Weaving, 12s;
  • Kumaon Ironworks, 286
  • Labour, Factory, 37
  • La Woke, 101
  • Lake in Russia, Discovery of a, 141
  • Larne, the, 186
  • Lambert and Wakefield's Valves or Cocks, 233
  • Lamp, Safety, Howden and Thresh's, 10J
  • Lancashire, Co-operative Movements in, 81
  • Lang and Chevalier's Targets, 255
  • Lassorre and Sarthou’s Safety Lock, 17.1
  • Launch of an Iron 1,000 ton Clipper Ship,
  • Screw Vessel, 350
  • the Sentinel, 226

LAW INTELLIGENCE :

  • Bickerton v. the Trustees of the Sedgley Turnpike Road, 60
  • Elwell v. the South Staffordshire Waterwork Company. 60
  • Hancock v. Bewley, 03
  • Hancock v. Croskey and Another, 13
  • Hardy v. North Staffordshire Company, 60
  • Hancock v. Ledger, 383
  • Jennings v. Brooks, 60
  • MacSweeney v. Douglass, 81
  • Mansor v. the Eastern Counties Railway Company, 13 329
  • Mayor v. Spence. 144
  • Newall v. Elliott 376
  • Podmore v. the Great Northern Railway Company,
  • Prideaux v. M’Murray, 111
  • Queen v. White, 13
  • Russell v. the Great Ship Company, 829
  • Talbot v. Crossley, 81
  • Lawson and Hugo's Improvements in Spinning. 3:i
  • Laying Down Telegraphic Wires, Shaw's Improvements, 142

LEADING ARTICLES:

  • Accident on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 161
  • Admiralty Contracts, 2'4
  • Admiralty's Contracts for Ships and Engines, 2.13
  • Anchors and Chain Cables, 28
  • Atlantic Telegraph, the Late, 114
  • Atlantic Telegraph, the North, 361, .105
  • Atmosphere, the, 180
  • Board of Trade Reports on Railway Accidents, 28
  • Chain Cables, 44
  • Construction of Cannon, 117, 30.i
  • Defence of London, 59
  • Department for Science and Art, 211
  • Desiderata In Engineering Practice, 10
  • Distribution of Material in Iron Steamers, :;.;2
  • Dublin and Holyhead Steamers, 24 3
  • Eastern Counties Tyre Breakage, 0
  • Engineering in 1860. 423
  • Engineers Afloat, 4u0
  • Engineers in Scotland, 375
  • Ferguson's, Mr., System of Fortification, 227
  • Fire Alarm Telegraphs, 164
  • Fixed and Floating Batteries, 211
  • Frond' Tariff of Iron, 228
  • Gifford's Boiler Injector, 328,840
  • Government Shipbuilding, 428
  • Great Eastern,, 43
  • Great Eastern Award. the, 170
  • Helmshore Railway Accident, 195
  • Hot Blast the, 131
  • Iron-plated Ships of War, 327, 376
  • Iron Ships, 276
  • Locomotives. Improvements in, 250. 275, 291
  • Feedwater Heating, 3uS, 339
  • Manufacture of Government Guns, 00
  • Marine Engines for the Royal Navy. 163
  • Mediterranean Submarine Telegraphs, 95
  • Moto Pumping gigolos, 18L
  • National Defences. 59
  • New Government Establishments, 10
  • Permanent Way of Railways, 147
  • Persian Gulf, Euphrates Valley, and the Mediterranean 114
  • Professor Way's Electric Light, 104
  • Riffled Ordnance, ..07
  • Royal Agricultural Society, 27
  • Sewage Questions, 370, 8J0, 414
  • Shot-proof Ships, 11
  • Slide Valves, 400
  • State of the Thames, 10
  • Steam and Vapour. 77
  • Theories, 95, 113
  • Steamship Connaught, the Late. 339
  • Performance, 44
  • Submarine Telegraph Cables, 131
  • Telegraphs, 78
  • Telegraphy, 270
  • Suspension Bridges, 292
  • Telegraphic Communication with the Levant, 195
  • Terra Voltaism, 229
  • Thames Embank wont, 180, 105, 241, 303, 347
  • Touting° of Steamships, 845
  • Trotman’s Anchors, 73
  • Westminster Bull, 179

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:—

  • Aero Hydraulic Motor, M. Boutet, 345
  • Ammunition, J. Norton, 227
  • Armour-clad Ships. W. H. Bartholomew, 275
  • Armstrong Gun and Its Missiles, in China, W. 13oilson 341
  • Artesian Wells, P. Maitland, 403
  • Ash Timber, A. D. Lacy, 361
  • U. and M., 345
  • and Heating of Conservatories, A Constant Reader, 359
  • Auld's Feed Apparatus, P. J. Limy, 275
  • T. Mossenger, 259
  • Bells, Brief history of the Great, Thos. Walesby, 203
  • Boiler Explosion at Miles Platting, An Old Hand, 305
  • Alpha. 371 11. E. Hurst, 403
  • W. Steevenson, 387, 420
  • Tubes and Tube Plates, E. Eckersley, R.N., 275
  • Bottom v. Surface Telegraphy. Bottom, 227, 272
  • Boutet's Motive Power. Valentine, 276, 375
  • Bow and the Rifle, J. Norton, 375
  • Steam Brakes, An Engineer, 324
  • Breech-loading Cannon, T. E. Merritt, 387
  • Rifles, Ahteragram, 181
  • Geo. Hunter, 147
  • Centrifugal Air Pumps, C. Schiele, 3J1
  • Chain Cables Geo. W. Lenox, 59
  • Civil Engineers, Chemin de Fer. 181
  • Coal-burning Locomotives, An Engineer, 282
  • Thos. Snowdon, 291
  • V. P., 272, 269
  • Coast Defences, J. Macintosh, 66
  • Colonel Shaffner and Telegraphic Insulation, Desmond G. Fitzgerald, 24
  • Colour Vision, E. O. Brown, 201
  • Governors, E. U., 2;12, 301
  • Colours of Thick Plates, J. A . Davies, 02
  • Committee on Anchors and Chain Cables, T. M. Gladstone, 160
  • Condie's Patent Anvils, John Condie, 131
  • Construction of Cannon. Alfred Longsdon, 7
  • Robert Mushet, 24
  • Cornish Boilers, J. O., 301
  • G. Hart, 345
  • Dale's Perchloride of Iron Solution, IL C. Clapham, 60
  • Designing Marine Engines, 11. 1)., 69
  • Dillon's Plenometer, Paul Cameron, J. Dillon, 43, 103
  • Distances of the Fixed Stars. John Leonard, 43
  • Double-action Pump, T. Smith, 13i
  • Drainage of Land, W. Steevenson, 372
  • Earth's Central Heat Thos. Almg 1i, 3 5, 342, 337
  • W. Steevenson, 32i, 353, 403
  • Ebullition; V. P., 128
  • Economy of Fuel. Fred. Braithwaite, 853, 372
  • John Player. 372
  • Electro Magnets. T. E. Merritt, 275
  • Endless Chalet Smut, South L titombiro, 2.4
  • Propellers, d. C., 3 /7
  • Engineers and the Law Courts, An Etigiolo.m, o;
  • Engraving from Photographs, A. O., lti5 11., 211
  • Evaporation, C. &Idol% 110
  • Expanding Mandril, Adam Dixon, 330
  • Jos. Jewsbury, 375, 403
  • K. It. U., 375, 339
  • Fire Arms. G. Hunter, 0
  • Firewood Machines, D. Brims, 339
  • S. T., 361
  • Fixing Brags Tubes in Boilers, Clutha, 3;1
  • Gas Apparatus, ClltatOrii, 147
  • Jos. Willcock, 163
  • Giffard's Boiler Feed Injector, E. L.. 353
  • John Paton. 402
  • C. Wye Williams, 420
  • Government Experiment on Ship Armour, Robert Mushet,
  • Great Eastern Award, the. A Looker-On, 192
  • Hamilton and Silver's ['Mont. it. Wainwright, 24
  • Harbours of Refuge. E. C. 1. Fitxwi 20s
  • Heating Conservatories by L. C., 423
  • II. Masters. 405
  • Helmshore Accident, the, A Railway Engineer, 192
  • Hot Air Engine, C.E • 131. A litilocribor, 113
  • Indicated Horse Power, R. Armstrong, Indicator, the Robt. Armstrong, 3Sd V. P., 873. 420
  • Indicator, the Use of, Joint Paton, 372
  • Inductomotor, Improved. Latium (Mark, 263
  • Injection of Air in Veins, Old Tuwlut', 131
  • Inventions by Employes, A. 13., 27
  • Iron Plated Frigates, W. Bentham, 307
  • Plated Ships, Robt. II. Collyer, 51.D., 227
  • Plated Ships of War, A. C., 402
  • Iron Smelting, W. M., 343
  • Jones's, Mr., Method of Dufuutliug Ships, P. J. Liveney, 118
  • Laws of Induction. Owen Rowland, 243
  • Laws and Properties of Wavily!, Chemical Union, and the Action of Life, J. W. Clare, 11E., 825, 842
  • Link Motion, IL E., 195
  • Livingstone's. Dr., Stint!' Launch, a London Engineer, 163
  • Locomotive Explosion at Kings-cross, A. R, 327
  • Loss of Power in Food Pumps. F. I).. 405
  • Multitubular Boiler's, J. W. Clam C.B., 330
  • Naval Engineers, C. A. M., 345, 402
  • F. M., 402
  • A Foreman of Engineers, 363
  • W. J. L. L., 387
  • Nut-Work Armour. J. B. lbwoll, 2;
  • Optics, An Artist 259
  • E. O. Brown, 269
  • Geo. Hunter, 2,13
  • Optics, Chemistry, and Electricity, II. K., 123, 176
  • K.. 24
  • Ordnance. O. Hunter, 192
  • nitwit Tribunals, Win. Spence, 43. 02. 312, 873, 420
  • Porklu's Siena Oun. (3. O. 13., C.E., 389
  • Loftus Perkins, 405
  • Potters Machinery, A. W., 43
  • l'owur Olvon by Driving Straps, Au Inquirer, 405
  • J. W. X.. 428
  • Procuring leo in India by Mechanical Moans, J. Skod, 8'47
  • Prossuro Oaugos, II. O., 227
  • John Paton, 2x13
  • A Suit Going Engineer, 213
  • Proper Construction of liullur Furnaces, J. W. Clam, C.a, 421
  • Proportioning Air Pumps, F. D.. 875
  • Propulsion thioulli F1111.1/1, .J. C., Wig PUllillillg for Well. Curt, 221
  • Railway lirtikes, Jew. Nuw.01, 77
  • A Railway Guard, 77
  • V. P., 24, 95
  • W. 1'., 110
  • Vain, 6, 50
  • Engine Drivels :it'd 14'n-union, MOE MIA 0
  • J. 1'., 6
  • Guard Signals, W. Stevens, 117
  • Wheel Tyiu tekstentlig, A. D., C.:, 77
  • Buiku, 27, 69
  • All Iiiigincur, 5)
  • M., 59
  • J. C. Poarco. 43 77
  • Wilco' Tyre Locomotive, 9
  • Rangoon and Singapore Cable, C.E 192
  • I). O. Fitzgerald, 110
  • Reaping Machine known to our Celtic Forefathers, Lithium. 113
  • Right to Patentod Inventions, A Z , 147
  • Rolling Tyres. J. N., 27
  • Ronald’s Patent, W. Iti,binsou, 170
  • Safety Apparatus fur 1Juilers, T. E. Merritt, 420
  • in Minus, Latium. Clark, 372
  • Screw Cutting. C. A. M.. 307
  • Screws, Double Cut. J. W. Taylor, 259, 327
  • Sheathing of Ships, Lewis Gompertz, 195
  • W. F. 8., 195
  • Ships of War, O. A. If., 359
  • Slide Valves, Alpha, 243
  • A Gorman Engineer, 291 11. 8., 327, 361
  • John Paton, 259, 845, 389
  • W. A. Rastrick, 807 0, 889
  • W. O. L.. 307, 375
  • A Working Engineer, 250, 375
  • Steam Plough, Julia Likos, 40
  • Steam and Vapour. D. K. Claik, 93
  • Performance, C. G. (1., 50
  • Propubiloo, J. C.. 312. 337
  • Rosistanco. Robt., Armstrong, 176, 208, 240, 251, 272. 2.43, 301
  • '1'. D., 192, 227, 240, 2;7, 272, 238, 301, 823 O. O. O., 288, 267. 823
  • W. J011011, 801, 324. 858
  • John Paton, 272, 28R, 801
  • V. P., 341
  • Jos. Spencer, 131
  • W. 8., 170
  • Thos. Walesby, 160
  • Steel Plated Ships, C. A. M., 291
  • Steel Plates. F. Braithwaite, 1‘0, 176, 203
  • W. Omen, 160
  • Robt. Mushet, 102
  • W. Yates, jun., 193
  • Stone Breaking Machinery, R. and B., 2:1
  • C. O. Mountain, 213
  • Machines, R. O., 227
  • :hone Droning blachluory, O. Iluutor, 2:,9, 2)1, 327
  • P. Key, 827, 359
  • C. Schiele, 275, 307, 845, 372
  • Strain on Tubular Oirdors. T. L., 113
  • Street Railways. T. D.. 880
  • Thos. Morris, 402
  • Submarine Cables, Hall and Wells, 324
  • W. H. Harrison, 77
  • Submarine Electric Telegraphs, C. W. Siemens, 77
  • Submarine Telegraphy, A Tologiaph Engilieur, 59
  • Suggestion, for Improving Boller. in Modern Iron Forges, J. Sked, 313
  • Suggestion for Puddling, a, A Workman, 307
  • Superheating Steam, Alex. B. M'Luckie, 9
  • Surface Bottom Cables, H. K., 240, 20, 804, 313
  • Suspension, Moms. Ilipkina and Sons, .59
  • Rods, C. P. Cotton, 113
  • Teeth of Whoe:s. ak Young Engineer, 9
  • Telegraph to America, An Engineer and Lover of Fair-Play, 110
  • Oka& W. Harrison, 420
  • Il K., 6. 54, 92, 160, 208, 336
  • Telegraph Insulation, W. Hall, 50
  • T. P. Shaffner, 40
  • Telescopes. A. 327
  • T. B.. jun., 275
  • Jas Graham, 845
  • Tension Brakes, E. Burko, 275
  • Treatment of Naval Engineers, Crank, 321
  • Trial of Mowing Machine, Thos. Bostock, 59
  • Trotman, Mr., and the Admiralty, J. Trotman, 110
  • Velocity of Steam, S. P. T., 405
  • Way of Sponging out a Muzzle-Loading Rifle, Cannon, J. Norton, 7
  • Wollaston's Barometer, A Constant Reader, 95
  • Lenoir's Gas Engines, 271
  • Leslie's Iron Ships, 54
  • Levant, Telegraphic Communication with, 196
  • Lewis' Manufacture of Gas, 371
  • Life, Laws and Properties of Material, Chemical Union, and the Action of. 315, 342
  • Lifeboat Services the, 23, 337
  • Lighthouse at the Smalls, New, 357
  • Lighthouses. Turkish, 148
  • Lightning, Curious Effects of, 207
  • Lighting Steamers with Gas, 376
  • Link Motion, 195, 2z0
  • Liquidating Quartz Rock, 39

LITERATURE :—

  • Rudimentary Treatise on Clocks, Watches, and Bells, by E. B. Denison. M.A., Q.C., 362
  • Useful Information for Engineers, by W. Fairbairn, LLD., F.It S.. 328, 309
  • Liverpool to the West, Through Route from, Livingstone's, Dr., Steam Launch, 103
  • Locke, Mr. Jos., Death of, 194
  • Lock, Safety. Lasserre and Sarthou's, 174
  • Locomotive, New, 146
  • Locomotives, Coal Burning, 272, 288, 289, 291
  • Improvements in, 259, 275, 291, 308, 389
  • Number of, Built Yearly by French Builders, 350
  • Proportions of, 320
  • Road, Earl of Caithness, 70
  • Loudon, American, 157
  • Ancient, 822
  • A Bird's-Eye View of, 08
  • Defence uf, 59
  • Overcrowding in, 34
  • Review, 24
  • South, Improvements, 380
  • The Traffic of, 82
  • Longstaff and Pullan’s Traction Engine, 321
  • Longwork System 339
  • Loom. Electric Silk, 51
  • Looms, aspen, Booth, and Hurst's, 302
  • Fearnley's 161
  • Sidebottom's, 370
  • Lord's Roving and Doubling Frames, 174
  • Loss of the Connaught, 3S2
  • Louth and Messenger, Engine ,for Common Roads, 335
  • Lowering Ship's Boats, Guthrie's Method, 108
  • Lubricator, Tidmarsh’s, 127
  • Lunacy and Blindness. 303
  • Lunar Influence over the Weather, 430
  • Machinery, French and English, 91
  • Machinery, Metals, &c., in Australia, 278
  • Mail and Passenger Service between Holyhead and Dublin, 80
  • Mails via Galway, French, 355
  • Maillard's Improvements in Steering, 239
  • Main Drainage of London, 383
  • Main Drainage South of the Thames, 277
  • Matsu Drainage Works, 235, 245
  • Malabar, the, 350
  • Malacca Telegraph, the, 102

MANCHESTER GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY:

  • Air Engines, by Mi. Peace, 220
  • Flint Implements, 8
  • Gold in Wales, T. A. Readwin, Esq., F.G.S., 219
  • Monthly Meeting, Election of Members, 7
  • Working Coal Mines. &c., Mr Thos. Farrimond,

MANCHESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY :—

  • Arsenic Eating in Styria, Dr. IL E. Roscoe, 300
  • Election of Officers, 171
  • Estimation of Sugar in Diabetic Urine by the Loss of Density after Fermentation, by W. Roberts, M D., 285
  • Microscopical, 285
  • Oblique Deli on Jupiter, Observations on, Mr. Baxendell, F.R.A.S.. 171
  • Observations on the Temperature of the Six Summer Months, by Mr. H. Bowman, 251
  • Physical and Mathematical, 285
  • Preparing and Mounting Insects, Mr. Hopworth,171
  • Prevalence of Certain Forms of Disease in Connexion with Hail and Snow Showers, and the Electric Condition c f the Atmosphere, by Thos. Moffat, F.O.S., P.R.& S.. 416
  • System of Periodic Disturbances of Atmospheric Pressure in Europe and Northern Asia, by Mr. Baxendell, 339
  • Mandril, Expanding, 801, 375, 389, 405
  • Manifold Letter Writer Anticipated, 34
  • Manson’s Gas Meters. 269
  • Manufacture of Government Guns, 60
  • Manufactory, Bedford, Howard's Agricultural Implement, 38
  • Marble, 330
  • Markets, Metal and Timber, 18. 84, 50. 68, 86. 104,122, 138, 154. 170, 186, 202, 218, 234. '250, 266, 282, 298, 314. 336, 352, 366 880. 396, 412, 430
  • Mathematical and Physical Science, 20, 41, 285
  • Mathers' Wheels and Axles, 160
  • Maude and Tindall's Combined Roller and Seat, 287
  • May, Mr. Chas., Death of, 112, Mrs. Chas., Death of, 891
  • Measurement. Decimal System of, 106
  • Mechanical Power Produced by the Combustion of Fuel is, and may be, Utilised in the Steam Engine, 339
  • Mechanical Science, 21. 45
  • Mechanical Trades of Great Britain, Social Meeting of, 75
  • Medals Awarded, Society of Arts, 354
  • Medical Profession, Relations of Society to the, 14
  • Medicinal Plants, Curious. 355
  • Mediterranean Extension Telegraph Company, 98
  • Mediterranean Submarine Telegraphs, 95
  • Melting Zinc by Gas, 241
  • Mersey Docks, 194
  • The Steam Shipping on the, 75
  • Metallic Fencing, Salisbury's, 404
  • Metals and Minerals of France, 299, 315, 367
  • Meteor of July, the Great, 189
  • Remarkable, 91
  • Meteorological Observations, 289
  • Meters, Gas. Hudson's, 178
  • Gas, Manson's, 269
  • Water. D. Chadwick, 139
  • Meter, Water, Sims', 4
  • Metropolitan Board of Works, Annual Report of, 165
  • Gas Bill, 81
  • Improvements. 82
  • Main Sewage, 235, 245
  • Projects, 414
  • Railway, Progress of, 1094. Microscopical, 285
  • Military and Naval Gossip, 35-5.. Topics, 94
  • Milking by Machinery, 122
  • Mills, Newton's, 10J Bone, Rankin's, 356
  • Millwall, Accident at, S2
  • Minerals and Metals of France, 299, 315, 367
  • Table of French, 300
  • Mine, a New Silver, 269
  • Indicator, Bailey's. 404
  • Pumping Engines. 132
  • Mine!, Inspection of. 2:34
  • Regulation and inspection Bill, 141
  • Safety in. 372
  • Working Coal, 7
  • Mining in Gloucestershire, Proposed, 162
  • Mississippi, the. 210
  • River Steamers, 416
  • Moats, Mr., Finding a Cheque and Bill of Exchange, 251
  • Monster Safe, 386
  • Mont Blanc, in Peril on, 146
  • Monument to the late Earl of Ellesmere, 193
  • Mortality among the Blind, 189
  • Motive Power, Anderson’s. 41
  • Boutet's, 239, 275, 345. 375
  • Schiele's, 322
  • Motor, Aero-Hydraulic, 239, 275, 345, 375
  • Mowers at the French Agricultural Exhibition, 16
  • Mowing Machines, Trial of, 59
  • Multitubular Boilers, 386
  • Murray, Esq , Thomas, Death of. 309
  • Musical Instrument, Messrs. Alexander, 399
  • Musketry. Manufacture of, 55
  • Myddleton, Sir Hugh, 72
  • Nail-plate Feeder, Newton's, 319
  • Nails, Zinc, 336
  • National Defences, 59, 166, 267
  • Gallery, 111
  • Naval Engineers, Treatment of, 324, 345, 859, 373, 3 '402
  • Gasometers, 400
  • Gossip, 298, 355, 412
  • Movements. French, 269
  • Navies of England and Franco, 150
  • Navigating Steamships, Charlton's Method, 344
  • Navy, the, 72, 129, 174, 26L the French, 300
  • Now South Wales, Coal Fields of, 53
  • Notes flow, 41
  • Newton. Mr. W., Testimonial, 302
  • Newton's Apparatus for Superheating Steam, 418
  • Method of Supplying Steam to Engines, 350
  • Mills, 109
  • Nail Plato Feeder, 319
  • Pressure Gauges. 344
  • Niagara Bridge, Observations on, 283
  • Nitrogen in Plants, 189
  • Notes and Memoranda, 25, 53
  • Notes from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 17, 33. 49, 67, 85, 103, 121, 137, 154, 170, 185, 201, 217, 233, 249, 265, 281, 297, 313, 335, 352, 365, 880, 396, 411, 429
  • Notices to Correspondents, 9. 27, 43. 59. 77, 95, 113, 131, 147, 163, 179, 195, 211, 227, 243, 259, 275, 291, 307, 327, 345, 375. 389, 405
  • Nutriment in Apples, 18
  • Oblique Belt on Jupiter, 171
  • Ocean Travelling, 223
  • Oil, Cod-liver, 1S9
  • Discovery of a Now, 403
  • Oldham. Electric Telegraph at. 422
  • Omnibus, Shillibeer's Vis-A-vis, 253
  • Opening of the Birkenhead Street-railway, 15'
  • of the London, Chatham. and Dover Railway,
  • from London to Canterbury, 369
  • of the Victoria Station Pimlico, 222
  • Optics, 227, 243, 259, 272, 291, 804
  • and Electricity, 24. 128. 176
  • Ore by Electra Magnetism, Picking, 312
  • Ores, Chemical Extraction of Gold from its, 188
  • Extracting Silver from its, Paterna's Process, 414;
  • Ordnance, 192
  • Brass, 241
  • Igniting the Charge in, FitzGerald and Bate's, 357
  • Rifled. 307
  • Survey. 111
  • the Whitworth, 122, 204
  • Osborne's Coupling and Uncoupling, 222
  • Oxygen, 412
  • Paddle-wheel, Vine's, 357
  • Panama Route. the, 229
  • Paper Bags, Davidson's, 25
  • Parchment, 391
  • Pulp, Dr. Collyer's. •287
  • Paris, Improvements in, 34
  • Remains of Old, 13
  • Sewerage of 343
  • Tobacco Manufactory, 370

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIEGNCE :—

  • Atlantic Telegraph Company. 93
  • Breakwaters and Harbours, 12
  • Egypt and the Suez Canal Company, 141
  • Holyhead Harbour and Trotman’s Anchor, 12
  • Indian Telegraph 111
  • Manufacture of Guns, 111
  • Mines' Regulation and Inspection Bill, 141
  • National Gallery. 111
  • New Foreign Office, 93
  • Ordnance Survey, 111
  • Ship Canal across the Isthmus of Darien, 141
  • Eolith-Western Railway Company, 81
  • Submarine Telegraphs, 129
  • Telegraphic Communication with the East, 141
  • Communication with India, 111
  • Trotman's Anchors, 12
  • Parsons' Wheels, 72
  • Patent Law Reform, Progress of, 158
  • Tribunals, 40, 92, 342, 373, 420
  • Patented Inventions, Right to, 147
  • Patons' Valves, 23
  • Patterson's Churning or Washing Machinery, 41S
  • Payment of Bills, 116
  • Peat, Apparatus for Treating, Clark's 400
  • Perchloride of Iron Solution, Dale's, 56
  • Perkins' Steam Gun, 389, 405
  • Permanent Way. 147, 421
  • Pestilences in London in Old Times, 261
  • Phenomena, Astronomical, 4
  • Phosphorus, 825
  • in the Air, 410
  • Poisoning by, 305
  • Photographic Printing, Now Method, 76
  • Reproduction of MSS.. 368
  • Photographs by Machinery, Multiplication of, •236
  • Physiology, 21
  • Pier, the Southport, 94
  • Piers, Effect of Bridge on the Velocity of the Water, 344
  • Pneumatic, 320
  • Pimlico, Destruction of Two Houses in, 75
  • Pipes of Water Cisterns, how to Preserve, 142
  • Pits, the Tyneside, 355
  • Plated Vessels, French, 143
  • Plates, Patent Steel, 150, 160, 176, 192, 209
  • and Rifled Cannon, Iron, 209
  • Platinum Wire, 50
  • Player, John, on Puddling, 203, 219
  • Plenometer, Dillon's, 43
  • Plough, New, 410
  • Steam, 40
  • Ploughs, Hornsby's, 294
  • Ploughing at the Pontefract Meeting, Steam, 112
  • Steam. 298
  • Pneumatic Piles, 320
  • Poisoning by Phosphorus, 305
  • Potter's Machinery, 43
  • Presentation, Mr. C. F. Hayes', 320
  • Preservation of Stone, 316
  • Preserved Meats, 52
  • Preserving Water and Gas Pipes. 406
  • Press, Blank Stamping, Teissore's, 239
  • Prevention of Death by Chloroform, 68
  • of Railway Accidents, 316
  • Printing, Blear() Block, 396
  • Printing Press, Self-acting, at Vienna, 273
  • Promotion of Engineers at Whitehall, ::12
  • Projectiles, Lord Dundonald's, 356
  • Whitworth's Improvements in, 112
  • Proportions of Locomotives, 320
  • Propulsion, Steamship, 342, 387
  • through Fluids, 359
  • Puddling for all Nations, 221
  • On, 203 219
  • A Suggestion for, 307
  • Pullan, Cresswe11, and Longstaff's Steam Generators, 422
  • Pulleys, Iron, Crawshay's. 303
  • Pulmonary Complaints, 255
  • Pump, Double Action, 131
  • Pumps, Johnson's, 370
  • Air, Proportioning, 875
  • Centrifugal Air, 307
  • Feed, Loss of Power of, 405
  • Pumping Engines. Mine, 132
  • Pumping Leaky Ships, 305
  • Quartz Rock, Liquidating. 39
  • Railroad Convention, 310

RAILWAY : —

  • Birkenhead, 124
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India, 51,404
  • Bristol and Exeter, 126, 144
  • Caledonian, 177
  • Charing Cross, 157, 235
  • Fast Anglian, 74
  • Easton' Counties, 12.5, 114
  • Edinburgh and Glasgow, 141
  • Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee, 161
  • Glasgow and South-Western, 161,-177
  • Gloucester and Dean Forest, 98
  • Grand Trunk of Canada, 305, 843
  • Great Northern, 124
  • Southern and Western, 97
  • Western, 115. 125
  • Western and 13rentford, 161
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire. 97, 115
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast. 74
  • London, Chatham, and Dover, 97, 126, 145, 161, 234, 369
  • Loudon and North-Western, 125
  • London and South-Western. 115
  • London, Tilbury, and Southend, 126
  • Metropolitan, 74, 108
  • Metropolitan Underground, 170, 177
  • Midland, 74, 98
  • North and South London Junction, 143
  • North Staffordshire, 145
  • Panama, 220
  • Pernambuco, 82
  • Pimlico, 98
  • San Paulo, 97
  • Severn Valley, 74
  • South Austrian and Lombardo-Venetian, 8
  • South Eastern, 161
  • South Wales, 144
  • West Midland, 93

RAILWAYS :

  • Ceylon, 172
  • English and American, 144
  • French, 383
  • Indian, 13, 207
  • Street, 88, 103. 143, 156, 292„ 886, 388, 397, 402, 403

RAILWAY ACCIDENT

  • Blackheath funnel, 166
  • Blackwall, 86 13luepits, 116
  • Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee, 23
  • Great Northern, 74
  • Guido Bridge. 839
  • Helmshore, 180, 192, 193, 19.5
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, 164
  • London, Chatham, and Dover, 396
  • London and South Western, 229
  • near Manchester, 269
  • Southport and Manchester, 102
  • Trout Valley, 347, 351
  • West Midland. 351

Railway Accidents, 174

  • Cost of, 223
  • Prevention of, 316
  • Adventure, Dangerous, 336
  • Chairs, Bentley and Stringer's, 5S Clark's, 72
  • Sayer's, 318
  • Changes. Bombay, 57
  • Dividends, 309
  • Euphrates, Proposed, 114
  • Extensions, Toulon to Nice, 141
  • Guard Killed, 174
  • Matters, 74, 116, 124, 144, 161, 177
  • and other Companies, 97
  • Progress, 181
  • Property, Position and Prospects of, 261
  • Proposed, from Charing-cross to the Bank, 350
  • Statistics, 4
  • System in France, 301
  • Terminus at Bristol. a New, 130
  • Train Swallowed by a Bog, 207
  • Rain, Absorption of, 181
  • Raising Ships, Grantham's Slips for, 386
  • Rangoon and Singapore Cable, 110, 192
  • Ratchet or Continuous Spanner, Roberts', 340
  • Rankin's Bone Mills, 350
  • Reaping Machines, 234
  • Reaping Machines known to our Celtic Forefathers, 98, 113
  • Red Sea Cable, the, 133
  • Reefing Sails, Cunningham's Improvements, 223
  • Reform, Progress of Patent Law, 1.58
  • Reforms of the Past Session, Social, 317
  • Regulating Steam Engines, Weir's Improvements in, X255
  • Reidy's Stone Breaking Machinery, 401
  • Rennie's Floating Docks, 806
  • Report of the Commissioners of Patents for Inventions for 1850, 163
  • of the Metropolitan Board of Works. 165
  • on Railway Accidents, Board of Trade, '28
  • Repulsion, 58
  • Rheumatism, 138
  • Richardson's Coal Gas Apparatus, 326
  • Rifled Ordnance, 807
  • Rifles, Breech-loading, 131, 147
  • Rifles and Rifle Shooting, Notes on, 209
  • Rimington’s Box Wages for Swing Doors. 357
  • River Orwell and the Port of Ipswich, 353
  • Rivers, the Father of, 69
  • Rivetting Machinery, De Bergue's, 146
  • Roberts' Ratchet, or Continuous Spanner, 340
  • Robertson's Furnaces, 415
  • Roebling, C.E., Mr., Report on the Present Condition of the Niagara Suspension Bridge, 187
  • Roller and Seat Combined, Maude and Tindall's, 287
  • Ronald's Machinery for Spinning Hemp, :371
  • Patent, 179
  • Rooney and Renshaw's Spring Door Elinges,175
  • Rot in Dwelling houses, to Prevent, 17.:
  • Rough Plate Glass, 18
  • Round Oak Ironworks, Description of, 106
  • Route from Liverpool to the West, Through, 54
  • Rowan and Horton's Engines and Boilers, 210
  • Royal Agricultural Society, 19, 27
  • and the Implement Makers, 79
  • of Ireland, 102
  • Royal Cur on the Great Western Railway of Canada, 280
  • Royal .Charter, 14
  • Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 2.52

ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN :

  • Bread Making and Baking, by Edwin Lankester, M.D., F.R.S., 35
  • Devonian Fossils of Devon and Cornwall, 4:e , by William Pengelly, Esq., PALS., 69
  • Electric Silk Looms, by Professor Faraday, D.C.L., F.R.S., 61
  • Relations of Society to the Medical Profession, by Thomas Mayo, M.D , F.R S., 14
  • Royal Polytechnic Society, 207

ROYAL SCOTTIRH SOCIETY OF ARTS :

  • Blackband Ironstones of the Edinburgh and East Lothian Coalfields, by Mr. R. Moore, 351
  • Doublet Telescope, by Mr. Richard Adie, 354
  • Rudkin's Stoppers for Bottles, 39
  • Russia. Coal in. 24, 68
  • Discovery of a Lake in, 143
  • Trade with, 54
  • Ryder and Clay's High-pressure Stop 'Valve, 171
  • Safe, Monster, 336
  • Safety Apparatus for Boilers, 420
  • Cages and Hoisting Machine, Timmins', 178
  • in Mines, 372
  • St. Paul's, a Meeting Hold on the Top of, 130
  • St. Petersburg, the Streets of, 344
  • St. Swithin Defied, 143
  • Saline Strength of the Sea, 166
  • Salisbury's Metallic Fencing, 401
  • Salt Trade, Cheshire, 50
  • Samson's Cultivating Machinery, 404
  • Samuelson's Harvesting Machine, 294
  • Sanitary Effects in the Homes of the Working Classes, Mr. Lf. Roberts, F. S. & 87, 105
  • Saunders, Mr. J. B., Appointment. 89
  • Sawing and Cutting Machinery, Green's, 401
  • Sayer's Railway Chairs, 318
  • Schiele's Machinery for Hammering, Crushing, &c., 238
  • Schiele’s Obtaining and Applying Motive Power, 822
  • School of Mines, Examination at the British, 29
  • Government, 261
  • Science and Art, Department for, 211
  • Certificates for Teachers in Artisan Classes, 287
  • Scientific Jottings, 82, 150, 210, 325. 364
  • and Practical Instruction, 336
  • Scotland. Engineers in, 375
  • Scottish Matters, 11, 29, 46, 61, 80 116. 129, 149, 165, 181, 196, 212, 221, 241, 253, 2;3, 289, 301, 330, 343, :355, 378, 383, 403, 414. Screw, Novel Application of the, 54
  • Cutting, 259, 307, 327
  • Cutting Machines, Barlow's, 90
  • Nuts, Chico's, 191
  • Season. the, 232
  • Sells' Steam Engines, 5
  • Sentinel, Launch of the, 226
  • Serimeter, the, 336
  • Sewage Irrigation Company. Croydon. 30.1
  • Sewage Question, 376. 890, 424
  • Sewerage, Metropolitan Mair , 235, 245
  • Sewerage of Paris, 343
  • Sowing Machines Chatwood's, 206
  • Jackson's, 126
  • The Patent and Economy of, 207
  • Shaffner, Col., Telegraphic Insulation, 24, 40
  • Shaping Metals, Yin's Improvements, 400
  • Shaw's Improvements in the Insulation and Laying Down Telegraphic Wires, 142
  • Sheathing of Ships, 195
  • Sheffield, the Cyclops Works, 94
  • Shillibeer’s Vis-a-Via Omnibus. 253
  • Shipbuilding Government, 423
  • Ship Performance, Steam, by Admiral Moorsom. Ships, Armour Clad, 275
  • and Engines, Admiralty Contracts for, 243
  • Iron, 275
  • Iron Plated, 227, 241, 289, 880. 480
  • Jones's Method of Defending, 113
  • Leslie's Iron, 54
  • Shot Proof, 11
  • Steel Plated, 291
  • of War, 359
  • Iron Cased, 225
  • Iron Plated, 327. 376, 402
  • Mr. Whitworth Impregnable, 412
  • Shipping on the Mersey, the Steam, 75
  • Steam, 222
  • Shop Sun-blind Nuisance, 120
  • Shot-proof Gun Shields, as adapted to Iron-Cased Ships, 155
  • Ships, 11
  • Floating Batteries. 102
  • Sidebottom's Looms, 370
  • Siemens', Electric Telegraphic Cables, 2:-7
  • Signals, Railway, Gilbee's, 415
  • Railway Guard, 147
  • Silver Mine, a New, 289
  • from its Ores, Paterna's Process of Extracting, 414
  • Sims' Water Meter, 4
  • Sinks. Tye and Andrew's Method of Trapping, 207
  • Skinning, Metropolitan Buildings, 350
  • Slack's Pressure Gauges, 127
  • Slaughtering Animals, new Method, 120, 131
  • Slips for raising Ships, Grantham's, 388
  • Smelting, Iron, 843
  • Smithfield Implement Show, the, 381
  • Smith's Cultivator, 194
  • Cultivator in Ireland, 145
  • Haymaking Machines, 384
  • Machinery for Cutting Wood, 374
  • Smoke from Gas-lights, 186, 220
  • Social Meeting, 75
  • Reforms of the Past Session, ::17

SOCIETY OF ARTS :

  • Annual General Meeting, 2
  • Medals Awarded, 354
  • Opening Meeting of the Ono Hundred and Seventh Session, 353
  • Straw plait Trade, by Mr. A . J. Tansley, 403
  • Society, Conservative Laud, 173

SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS

  • Formation, by Jno. Glynn, jun., 251
  • Chemical Extraction of Gold Iron its Ores, by P. P. Nursey, 188
  • Street Railways, by Mr. C. L. Light, 397
  • Solar Eclipse, the, 71
  • Soul and Co.'s, M. A., Drilling Machines, 150
  • South Austrian and Lombardo-Venetian Railway, 8
  • Kensington Museum, 4, 23, 49, 54. 73. 90, 108, 129, 149, 158, 181, 193, 212, 222, 245, 257, 269, 287, 314, 329, 343, 355, 380, 384, 401, 411
  • Select Committee, 173
  • Southport Pier, 94

SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS :—

  • Cupolas for Melting Iron, Mr. i1. Ogden, 339
  • The extent to which the Mechanical Power, c:ipablo of being produced by the Combustion of Fuel, is and may be utilised in the Steam Engine, by Dl r. Dorman, 339
  • Longwork System, by Mr. Bedlington, 339
  • South-Western Railway Company, 81
  • Spanners, or Screw Wrenches, Ferrabee’s, 109
  • Spencer's Marine Engines. 175
  • Spheroidal Condition of Bodies, 26
  • Spindles and Bobbins, Champion's, 72
  • Spinning Apparatus for Bolton, Bertenshaw, 55
  • Improvement in, Lawson and Lingo's, 39
  • Ronald's Machinery, 371
  • and Weaving, Kirby's Improvement, 126
  • Spittlegate Works at Grantham, 229
  • Sponging out a Muzzle-loading Rifle-cannon,
  • Spontaneous Generation, 253
  • Springs, Carriage, Gardiner's, 127
  • Ibbetson's Draw and Buffer, 54
  • Stars and Auroras, Falling, 143
  • Distances of the Fixed, 43
  • Statistics, French, 13
  • of Life, 82
  • Railway, 4
  • Steam Carriage, Earl of Caithness's, 25.1, a new, 108
  • Cultured Wheats, 82
  • Density of Saturated, 71
  • to Engine:,, Mode of Supplying, Newtou'd, 856
  • Launch, Dr. Livingstone* 103
  • Ploughing, 298
  • Rams, 277
  • on the Rivers and Lakes of Ireland, Extension of, 150
  • and Vapour, 77, 93, 05, 113
  • Velocity of, 405
  • Steamboat Construction, 257
  • Steamer. Winans', 189
  • Steamers to China, American Line of, 410
  • Distribution of Material In Iron, 302
  • Dublin and Holyhead, 243
  • for Lough Erne. 412
  • Mississippi River. and, 416
  • Transatlantic, 270
  • Transatlantic, Fast, 318
  • Wanted Now, 52
  • Steamship Connaught, the Late, 3S9
  • La Gloire. 101
  • Performance. 56, 44
  • Propulsion, 842, 387
  • Resistance, 131, 100, 170, 192, 208, 227, 240, 256, 257, 272, 288, 304, 823, 341, 358
  • Steamships, Tonnage of, 315
  • Steel Making In England and France, 14
  • Plated Ships. 291
  • Plates, Patent, 150. 160, 176, 102, 2 9
  • Steering, Maillard's Improvements in, 239
  • Stencil, Antiquity of, 67
  • Stephenson, the Late Mr. Robert, 107
  • Stirling's Traction Engines, 91
  • Stone-breaking Machine, a, 337
  • Machinery, 211, 227, 243
  • Machinery, Reidy's, 401
  • Stone-dressing Machinery, 259, 275, 2t11, 307, 327, 315, :159,872
  • Stone, Pi enervation of, 310
  • Stones, Machinery for Crushing, 106
  • Stoppers for Bottles, Rudkin's, 89 1St or ins, British, 40
  • Stourbridge Railway Wagon Company, 355
  • Strain on Tubular Girders, 118
  • Straw Plait Trade, 403
  • Street, Proposed Now, 141
  • Railways, 88, 103, 143, 150, 292, 886, 388, 402, 408
  • Railways in Birmingham, 103
  • Streets of St. Petersburg, 344
  • Strychnine and Curare, 207
  • Submarine Cables, 3'24
  • Cables, Durability of, Arc., 353
  • Electric telegraphs, Outline of the Principles and Practice involved in dealing with the Electrical Conditions of, by Werner and C. W. Siemens, 35
  • Telegraphy, 59, 2;3
  • Telegraphs. 77, 78, 05, 129, 131
  • Subway for Water and Gaspipes in London, 204
  • Subways for Water and Gas-pipes, the reason for, 261
  • Suez Canal, the, 82, 129
  • Canal Company, Egypt and the, 141
  • Sugar in Diabetic Urine by the loss of Density after Fermentation, Estimation of, 285
  • Sulphate of Load in Voltaic Couples. Use of, 2.,3
  • Sulphuring Vines, Now Method, 226 •
  • superheated Steam, Law of Expansion for, 71
  • Superheating steam, 9
  • Steam, Butlin's Apparatus. 422
  • Steam, Newton's Apparatus, 418
  • Suspension, Messrs. Hopkins and Sons', 5a
  • Bridges 202
  • Rods. 118
  • Targets for Armstrong Gun Experiments, 101
  • Lang and Chevalier’s, ..'53 4.=•111,
  • Tariff of Iron, the French, 228
  • Tarpauling, Brown Paper, 299
  • Taylor's, Admiral, Breakwaters, 100
  • Taylor's, Manufacture of Oil Gas, 30::
  • Traction Engine, 18
  • Teissere's Blank Stamping Press,
  • Telegraph to America, 56, 110, 6, 9'2, 11;0, 208, :zoo 420
  • the late Atlantic, 114
  • Company, Atlantic. 93
  • the Electric, 252, 343
  • Electric in India, 225
  • Indian, 141
  • Insulation, 56
  • the Malacca, 102
  • the North Atlantic, 25, 51, 361, 398, 405, 166
  • at Oldham, Electric, 422
  • Progress of the Electric, 80
  • Ward's Ocean, 183
  • Fire Alarm, 164
  • Outline of the Principles and Practice Involved hi Dealing with the Electrical Conditions of Submarine Electric, by Werner and C. W. Siemens, 35
  • Submarine, 77, 78, 95, 129, 131
  • Communication with Asia, 22
  • Communication with India, 111, 141
  • Communication with the Levant, 196
  • Scheme, Asiatic, American, and Russian, 165
  • Telegraphing, Transatlantic, 175
  • Telegraphy, 84
  • Bottom v. Surface, 227, 272
  • Electric, 325
  • New Secondary Pile of Great Power, :-11
  • Submarine, 59, 276
  • Surface v. Bottom, 240, 289, 304. 843, Telescope, Doublet, 1554
  • Telescopes, 275, 327, 345
  • are Not Made Larger. Why, 355
  • Temperature of Six Summer Mouths, 251
  • Temple Gardens, 297
  • Temples for Looms, Bond and Hayhurst's, 22
  • Teredo, Ravages of the, 108
  • Terra-Voltaism, 229
  • Testimonial to Mr. W. Newton, 802
  • Thames Embankment, 93, 180, 193, 195, 244, 808, 347
  • Iron Works, Fire at, 159
  • State of the. 10
  • Theory of Heat, the Mechanical, 57
  • Thinking Men are Rare, 209
  • Thomson's, J. R. and H., Agricultural Implements,109
  • Tidal Wave of the Lakes, 189
  • Tides, the, by Professor Amsted, 200
  • Tidmarsh's Lubricator, 127
  • Tilling Machinery, Fowler, Worby, and Greigs', 419
  • Timmins' Safety-cages and Hoisting Machines, 178
  • Tobacco Manufactory, Paris, 370
  • Tonnage of Steamships, 345
  • Tontine Association, the Harrow, 102
  • Torpedo, the, 1.07
  • Toulon to Nice, Railway Extension, 141
  • Trade Catalogues, 314
  • the Fire-brick and the French Treaty, 387
  • with Russia, 54
  • Traffic of London, 82
  • Traffic Returns, 11, 29, 39, 61, 74, 98, 116, 129, 150, 165, 177, 196, 212, 229, 245, 258, 873, 424 273, 301, 348, 355,
  • Train, Mr., and Street Railroads, 403
  • Train's Railway or Tramway, 419
  • Tramway, Train's, 419
  • the first in Loudon, 2(19
  • Transatlantic Telegraphing, 175
  • Transmission of Acoustic and other Impulses through the Atmosphere, 424
  • Trapping Sinks, Tye and Andrew's method of, 207
  • Treasure, Lost, 102
  • Treaty, the Anglo-French, 237
  • Treaty with Franco, Commercial, 293
  • Trial of Vessels for the Oriental Inland Steam Company, 412
  • Trotman's Anchors, 12, 78
  • Trotman, Mr., and the Admiralty, 110
  • Tubes in Boilers, Fixing Brass, 80, 876, 889, 405
  • and Tube Plates, Boiler, 275
  • Turkish Lighthouses, 148
  • Tye and Andrew's Method of Trapping Sinks, 207
  • Tyneside Pits, the, 355
  • Tyre Breakage, Eastern Counties, 9
  • Tyres and Cranked Axles, Wilson and North's, 78
  • Railway Wheel, 9, 27, 43, 59, 77
  • Ulster, Fatal Accident on Board the, 278
  • United States, the 241
  • Agriculture in, 321
  • Ure's, Dr., Dictionary, 91
  • Urusayhua, the First Ascent of, 257
  • Valve, High-pressure Stop, Ryder and Clay's, 174
  • Balanced for Locomotives, 420
  • Valves or Cocks, Lambert and Wakefield's, 233
  • Paton's, 23
  • Puppet, 421
  • Safety, Clayton and Shuttleworth's, 39
  • Safety, Harvey's, 371
  • S1iflo, 243, 259, 269, 291, 307, 327, 345, 361, 375, 889, 406
  • Vancouver's Island, 178
  • Island, British Columbia and, 383
  • Venetian Cisterns, 90
  • Ventilation, Williams' Improvements in, 290
  • of Rooms, 373 •
  • Ventilators, Wemys's, Vessel in the World, the Largest, 239
  • Vessels fur the Oriental Inland Steam Company, Trial of, 412
  • Victoria Bridge, 37
  • Station, 80, 93
  • Station, Pimlico, Opening of, 222
  • Station and West-end Hotel, 252
  • Vincennes, Emperor Napoleon's Model Farm at, 11
  • Vines, New Method of Sulphuring, 226
  • Vine's Paddle Wheel, 357
  • Vin’s Improvements in Shaping Metals, 400
  • Vision, Metaphysics of, 189
  • Voltale Couples, Use of Sulphate of Load in, 253
  • Volunteer Engineer Forces, Proposed, 305
  • Wales, Gold in, 18, 219
  • Walker's, Boiler Indicator, 357
  • Walker's Winding Machinery, 200
  • Wants of the Artisan to London, 62
  • Warrior, The, 315,369
  • Iron Clad Frigate, 278
  • Washing or Churning Machinery, Patterson's, 418
  • Washing Machines, 142
  • Wit/ill's, 357
  • Waste Fabrics into Down, Converting, Bodmer's Machinery, 190
  • Water, 133
  • Obtaining Fresh from Salt, De Normandy, 319
  • Way's, Professor, Electric Light, 164
  • Weaving In Belfast, Extension of Power Loom, 244
  • Weather, Lunar Influence over the. 480
  • The Observations by Ad-viral Fitz Roy, 417
  • and how to Foretell it., The, 171
  • Weighing Machines, Denison's, 206
  • Improvements in Regulating Steam Engines, 255
  • Wells, Artesian, 403
  • Wemys's Ventilators, 5
  • Westminster Bell. 179
  • Bridge, 212
  • Palace Hotel Co !pally, 118
  • Wet Season of 1860. 207
  • Wheats, Stott 11 Cultured, 82
  • Wheel, Disc, 410
  • Wheels, Parsons' 72
  • and Axles, Mather's, 100
  • Cast Iron, Railway, 57
  • Teeth of, 9
  • Whipple's Caloric Engines, 401
  • Whitworth Cannon, 102
  • Gun, Experiments with, 80
  • Mr., and Impregnable 61,1ps, 412
  • in Paris, 274
  • Ordnance, 122, 204
  • Whitworth's Improvements in Projectiles, 112
  • Williams' Improvements in Ventilation, 290
  • Wilson and North's Cranked Axles and Tyros, 73
  • Wilson's Breech Loading Fire-arms, 341
  • Wilson's Fire-arms, 143
  • Wimbledon, 110
  • Whittles Steamer, The, 180
  • Winding Machinery, Walker's. 290
  • Windlasses, Capstans, Harfield's, 68
  • Wire, Platinum, 60
  • Wire Rope, Public Test of, 280
  • Witsil's Washing Machines, 357
  • Wollaston, Dr , Anecdote of, 8
  • Wollaston’s Barometer, 95
  • Wood Grooving Machine, Batiste's, 2S3
  • Wood's Fusible Metal, 820
  • Woolwich, Testing Guns, 857
  • Work Men, Important to, 212
  • Works, at Grantham, Spittlegate, 220
  • Works in Ireland. Public. 160
  • Worssam's Portable Double Dual Frame, 23
  • Wrecks in 1860. 237
  • Wreck and Heavy Loss, 165
  • Yacht, Novel, 190
  • Yacht, Titania, 351,
  • Zinc. with Brass or Copper, Covering, 54, 68
  • Zinc by Gas, Melting, 211
  • Zinc Nails, 836
  • Zoology and Botany, 21, 45
  • Ward's Ocean Telegraph, 133

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