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The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1861 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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LIST OF NAMES

  • Aerts' Water Axle-box, 54
  • Allan's Expanding Mandrils, 276
  • Aveling’s Self-propelling Agricultural Engines, 120
  • Bamlett's Reaping and Mowing Machines, 70
  • Barker's Pumps, 288
  • Barker's Steam Engines. 333
  • Barrett's Casting Machinery, 152
  • Beck's Stop-valves, 358
  • Benson's High Pressure Steam Generator, 220
  • Bingley's Hydraulic Presses, k30
  • Blackburn and Carr's Axle-boxes, 387
  • Blake's Boots and Shoes, 260
  • Bodmer's Washing Machinery, 66
  • Bower's Metallic Pistons, 5
  • Brickhill and Noble's screw Propellers, 22
  • Burn's Tramrail for Street Railways, 303, 344
  • Calvert's Cotton Machinery, 275
  • Engines and Boilers, 264
  • Castor's Carriages for Street Railways, 345
  • Cazanave's Case-hardening Process, 261
  • Cheover's India-rubber Belting, 204
  • Chesterton's Portable Runnings, 261
  • Clark, Pollock, and White's :viuning and Twibtiug, 803
  • Clark's Outside Shop Lights, 372
  • Clay's Improvements hi Scarifying Land, 71
  • Clegg, Wild, and Tomlinson's Cotton Machinery, 302
  • Cochrane's Plato-drilling Machine, 292
  • Cockoy's Agricultural Machine. 200
  • Cole's Iron-cased blis.ps of War. 102
  • Colvin's Milking Apparatus, 358
  • Cooke's Ventilators, 372
  • Couillard and BIRZOHUO'S Brick-making and Fuel Compressing Machinery, 106
  • Daft and Polo's Fish-joints of Railways, :is;
  • Dodd's Machinery for Shaping Metals, 1s7
  • Donuet's Water Meter, 153
  • Dreyfus' Rolling 1.1111, 359
  • Eades and Worstenholm's Screw Stocks and Dios. 372
  • Edge's Steam Engines, 336
  • Edward's Gas Regulator, 378
  • Ericsson's Air Engines, 245
  • Evan's Apparatus for Rolling or Drawing Metals, 387
  • Fairbairn and Barrow's Self-acting Lathes, 156
  • Fairbairn's Rollers for Preparing Hemp and Flax, 230
  • Fioldon's Self-acting Mules, 108
  • Fisher's Chimney Cowls. 5
  • Fletcher's Dampers for illultitubular Boilers, 87
  • Fryer's Centrifugal Machines, 200
  • Gatwood's Permanent-way, 5
  • Geoghegan's Machinery for Expressing Liquids, 301;
  • Grant's Breakwaters, 22
  • Gravatt's Adjustment of the Dumpy Levu], 1.:71;
  • Greavu's Slate-dressing Machine, 302
  • Green and Ashbury's Machinery for Manufacturing Boiler Tubes, 216
  • Green's Apparatus for Charging and Drawing Gas Retorts, 133
  • Greenwood and Batley's Wood Machinery, Ss Carow No louvaincrti vv. 0
  • Gurney's Heating Apparatus, 187
  • Harrison's Ice-making Machine, 231
  • Spinning Mules, 132
  • Hart's Brick-waking Machine, 186
  • Heindryckx's Hallway Chairs, 71
  • Henderson's Marine Engines, 362
  • Henson's Buffer Springs, 156
  • Higgins' Railways and Railway Carriages, 174
  • Higgins and Whitworth's Carding Engines, 170
  • Machinery for Spinning Cotton, 22
  • Pressing and Spinning Cotton, 333
  • Hilditch. Steam Cultivation. 285
  • Hinks' Lamps for Burning Petrofina, 54
  • Hinton's Iron Manufacture, 373
  • Hirsch's Screw Propeller. 186
  • Horton's Bolt and [Screw Machines, 260
  • Howard and Lilloy's Horse-hoe, 5
  • Huggett's Lamp-lighter, 248
  • Hunter's Mining Machinery, 190
  • Ibbotson's Vices, 71
  • James' Washing and Mangling Machines, 132
  • Jevon's Iron-plated Ships, 174
  • Jobson and Ftausome's Moulds for Casting, 216
  • Jordoson's Lifeboats, 132
  • Kukla's Gas-burner, 186
  • IA-moister, Brown, and Hughes' Cannon, 87
  • Leonard's Permanent-way, 217
  • Macnab's Steam Engines, 42, 306
  • Markham's Burning of Coal Instead of Coke in Engines, 38
  • Mark's Lubricator, 153
  • Mathor's Shearing and Singeing Fabrics, 320
  • Miller's Breakwaters, Piers, and Quays, 278
  • Molinoux's Pianofortes, 5
  • Morris' Key for Securing Railway Rails, 106
  • Muntz's Marino Engines and Ships' Pumps, 23
  • Spring Cables, 245
  • Miirton and Millington's Throttle and Expansion Valves, 274
  • Nasmyth, Welding of Malleable Iron, 145
  • Noal's Grinding Mills, 358
  • Newton's Metallic 13aromutA)rs, 23
  • Rotary Planes, 4
  • Treating Oils for the Production of Gas, 136
  • Valves and Valve-gear, 55
  • Nicholl's Looms, 117
  • Nursey's Superheating Apparatus, 227, 244
  • Owen's Sawing Machines, 274
  • Palmer's Piston Packing ::7::
  • Partridge's Axles and Axle-boxes, 170
  • Piston's Mining Machinery, •26
  • Pantard's Apparatus fur Supplying Air to Persons Under Water, 275
  • Perkins' App.-ratns for Distilling Sea Water. 201
  • Petit), Gantlet, and Co.'s Forging and Rolling Metals, 316
  • Peti ie's Taps for Liquids, 260
  • Pitman's Press. 186
  • Povah's Portable Steam Engines, 145
  • Prosser and Staudly's Apparatus for the Production of Light, 348
  • Purcha's Railway Brakes, 217
  • Ramsbottom's Lubricating Apparatus, :;17
  • Renwick's Blowing-off Apparatus, 231
  • Stuffing-boxes, 220
  • Thrust-bearings for Propeller Shafts, 217
  • Bevy's Screw Propeller, 116
  • Roberts' Pumps, 3843
  • Hatchet Spanner. 170
  • Robertson and Hetherington's Mules for Spinning, 390
  • Robinson's Seim Gill Apparatus for Combing Wool, 816
  • Rollinson's, J. and W., Brakes for Winding Engines, 3/2
  • Russell and Brown's Regulating Valve, 216
  • Samuel and Train's Rails, Wheels, and Axles, 201
  • Saxby's Railway Points and Signals, 152
  • Scheutz's Rotatory Engines, 373
  • Siemens' ORS Engine, 234
  • Silvester's Steam Pressure and Vacuum Gauge. 317
  • Skokel's Pistons. 133
  • Skinner and Miller's Cranes, 2Sb Stewart's Moulds for Casting, 245
  • Stirling's Air Engine, 83
  • Stoddurt's Balanced Slide Valves, 190
  • Suckow's Plan for Saving We from Shipwreck, 217
  • Swett's Railway Chairs, 230
  • Taylor's Boat-lowering Apparatus. 289
  • Thompson and Fitton's Boring and Turning Engines, 376
  • Thompson's Rigging, 187
  • Thorn's Domestic Signals, 4
  • Trayes' Steam Boilers. lOtt
  • Turner and Gibson's Bridges, 130
  • Tylor's Heating and An..ating Apparatus, 344
  • Unwin and Askham's Saloon Barrel Pistol Knife, 386
  • Upward's Boring and Tapping Pipes, 8
  • Vau Kirk's Oil Lamps, 260
  • Webb's Breakwaters and Piers, 74
  • Webster's Spindles of Doubling Frames, 333
  • Wellman's Carding Engines, 248
  • Wendell's Axle-boxer, 359
  • Wenham's Steam Engines, 116
  • White's Tobacco Machinery, 4
  • Williamson awl Perkins' Surface Condensers, 275
  • Wilson's Knitting Machinery, 171
  • Railway Wheels, 386
  • Screw Wrenches, 359
  • Woodhouse's Instrument for Measuring Distances, 387
  • Worthington and Mill's Scotch for Railway Carriages, 332
  • Young's Apparatus for Cleaning Grain, 8

SUBJECT MATTER

  • Mrating and Heating Apparatus, Tylor's, 344
  • Agricultural Machines, Cockey's. 200
  • Air to Persons under Water, Supplying, Pautard's, 275
  • American Anthracite Coal Burning Locomotive, 90
  • Art Manufactures, s46
  • Axle Box, Water, Aorta', 54
  • Boxes, Blackburn and Carr's, 387
  • Boxes, Wendell's, 359
  • Axles and Axle Boxes, Partridge's, 170
  • Barometers, Metallic, Newton's, 23
  • Belting, India-rubber, Chtever's, 204
  • Blasting by Electricity, 231
  • Blowing-off Apparatus, Renwick's, 231
  • Boat Lowering Apparatus, Taylor's, 289
  • Boiler Tubes. Machinery for, Green and Aabury's, 216
  • Boilers. Dampers for Multitubular, Fletcher's, 87
  • Steam, Trayea', 102
  • Bolt and Screw Macii•uoa. Horton's, 260
  • Boots and Shoos, B.ake's, 260
  • Boriug and Tapping Pipes, Upward' if, 8
  • and Turning Engines, Thompson and Fitton's, 376
  • Brakes, Purchas', 217
  • for Winding Engines, J. W. Itollinsou's, 372
  • Breakwaters, Grant's, 22
  • and Piers, Webb's. 74
  • Piers, and Quays, Miller's, 278
  • Brick Making and Fuel, Compressing Machinery, Couillard's 106
  • Machine, Hilt's, 186
  • Bridges 'huller and Gibson's, 136
  • Buffer Springs, 110118011'8 156
  • Buildings, Portable, Chesterton's, 261
  • Cables, Spank, Muntz's, 215
  • Cannon, Lancaster Brown, and Hughes, 87
  • Carding Engines, Higgins and Whitworth* 170
  • Carriages, Railway, Higgin’s, 174
  • for Street Railways, Castor's. 845
  • Cate Hardening Process, Cazanave's, 261
  • Casting Machinery. 13arrett's, 152
  • Centrifugal Machines, Fryer's, 200
  • Coal instead of Coke in Engines, Burning, 3s
  • Combing Machines and Screw Gill. Apparatus for, Robinson's, 316
  • Condensation, Surface, 183, 218
  • Cotton Machinery, Calvert's, 275
  • Clegg, Wild, and Tomlinson's. 802
  • Preparing and Spinning, Higgins and Whitworth's, 333
  • Cowls, Chimney, Fisher's, 5
  • Cranes, Skinner and Miller's, 283
  • Cultivation. Steam, Hilditch, 285
  • Curves, Railway, 129
  • at Transitions of Curvature, Junction of Railway, is
  • Dampers for Multitubular Boilers, Fletcher's, 87
  • Dies and Screw Stocks, Fades and Worstenholme's, 372
  • Distilling Sea Water, Perkins, 201
  • Dredging Vessel, Steam, 348
  • Drilling Machine, Plato, Cochrane's, 29'2
  • Dumpy Level, Adjustment of, Gravatt's, 276
  • Engines, Air, Ericsson's, 245
  • Stirling's, 83
  • and Boilers, Calvert's, 261
  • Boring and Turning, Thompson and Fitton's, 376
  • Carding, Higgins and Whitworth's, 170
  • Wellman's, 218
  • Gas, Siemens', 234
  • Marine. Henderson's, 362
  • and Ship's Pumps, Muntz's, 2::
  • Portable, Steam, Povah's, 145
  • Rotatory, Scheutz's, 373
  • Self-Propelling Agricultural, Aveling’s, 120
  • Steam, Barker's, 333
  • Edge's, 336
  • Macnab's, 42, 306
  • Wenham's, 116
  • Expressing Liquids, Machinery for, Geoghegan's, 306
  • Fish Joints of Railways, Daft and Pole's, 3s7
  • Forging and Rolling Metals, Petit), Gaudet, and Co's, 316
  • Fuel, Economy of, 6, 38
  • Gas Burner. Kukla's, 186
  • from Oils. Producing, Newton's, 136
  • Regulator. Edwards', 373
  • Gauge. Steam Pressure and Vacuum, Silvester's, 317
  • Generator, High Pressure Steam, Benson's, 220
  • Governors, 210, 346
  • Grain, Apparatus for Cleaning, Young's, S
  • Heating and Aerating Apparatus, Tylor's, 344
  • Apparatus. Gurney's, 187
  • Hoe, Horse, Howard and Lilley's, 5
  • Ice Making' Machine, Harrison's, 231
  • Iron Manufacture, Hinton's, 373
  • Key for Securing Rails, Morris's, 106
  • Knife, Saloon Barrel Pistol, Unwin and Askham s, 386
  • Knitting Machinery, Wilson's, 171
  • Lamp Lighter, Huggett’s, 248
  • Lamps for Burning Petroline, Hink's, 54
  • Oil, Van Kirk's, 260
  • Lathes, Self-acting, Fairbairn and Barrow's, 156
  • Life-bolt of the National Life-boat Institution, 33:
  • Lifeboats Jordeson’s, 132
  • Light, Apparel for the Production of, Prosser and Standly's, 348
  • Lights, Outside Shop, Clark's, 372
  • Liquids, Machinery for Expressing, Geoghegan's, 306
  • Locomotive, American Anthracite Coal Burning, 90
  • Ice, Grew's, 8
  • Looms. Nichols'. 117
  • Lowering Boats, Taylor's, 239
  • Lubricating Apparatus. Ramsbottom's. 317
  • Lubricator, Marks', 143
  • Mandrils. Expanding, Allan's, 276
  • Measuring Distances, Instrument for, Woodhouse's, 887
  • Metals, Forging and Rolling, Petin, Gaudet, ant Co's . 816
  • Rolling or Drawing, Evans', 387
  • Meter, Water, Donnet's, 163
  • Milking Apparatus, Colvin's. 358
  • Mills, alluding, Neal's, 858
  • Mining Machinery, Hunter's, 190
  • Paton's 26
  • Moulds for Casting, Jobson and Ransome's, 216
  • Stewart's. 245
  • Mules, Self-acting, Fielden's. 103
  • Spinning, Harrison's. 132
  • Robertson and Hetherington's, 390
  • Permanent Way, Gatwood's, 5
  • Leonard's. 217
  • Pianofortes, Molineaux’s, 5
  • Piers, Quays. and Breakwaters, Miller's, 278
  • Pipes, Boring. and Tapping, Upward's, 8
  • Piston. Packing, Palmer's, 373
  • Pistons, Skekel's, 133
  • Metallic, Bower's, 5
  • Planes, Rotary, Newton's, 4
  • Propellers, Screw, Brickhill and Noble’s, 22
  • Revy's, 116
  • Hirsch's. 186
  • Press, Pitman's, 186
  • Presses. Hydraulic, Bingley's, 230
  • Pug-mill, 167
  • Pumps, Barker's, 288
  • Robert's, 386
  • Ships, and Marine Engines, Muntz, 23
  • Rails, Wheels, and Axles, S %rand and Train's, 201
  • Railway Chairs. Heindryckx's, 71
  • Swett's, 230
  • Railways and Railway Carriages, Higgins', 174
  • Ratchet Spanner, Roberts', 170
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, Bamlett's, 70
  • Retorts, Charging and Drawing Gas, Green's Apparatus, 133
  • Rigging. Thompson's, 187
  • Rollers for Preparing Hemp and Flax, Fairbairn's, 230
  • Rolling or Drawing Metals, Evans', 3s7
  • Metals, Petin, Gantlet, and Co's , :;16
  • Mill. Dreyfus', 359
  • Sawing Machines, Owen's, 274
  • Scarifying Land. Clay's Improvements, 71
  • Scotch for Railway Carriages, Worthington and Mills', 332
  • Screw, Gill Apparatus for Combing Wool, Robinson's, :316
  • Screw Stocks and Dies, Eades and Wellstonholm's, 372
  • Wrenches, Wilson's, 359
  • Shaping Metals, Dod Is', 187
  • Shearing and Singeing Fabrics, Mathor's, 320
  • Ships, Iron Plates, JtiV0118'. 174
  • of War, Iron Cased, Cole's, 102
  • Shipwreck. Saving Life from, Suckow's, 217
  • Signals, Domestic, Thorn's, 4
  • and Points, Railway, Saxby's, 152
  • Singeing and Shearing Fabrics, Blather's, 320
  • Slate Dressing Machine, Greaves', 302
  • Spindles, of Doubling Frit11)08, Webster's, 333
  • Spinning Cotton, Higgins and Whitworth's, 22
  • and Preparing Cotton, Higgins and Whitworth's, 333
  • and Twisting, Clark, Pollock, and White's, 303
  • Steam-dredging Vessel. Diligent's, 343
  • Stuffing Boxes. Renwick's. 220
  • Surface Condensation 183
  • Condensers Williamson's and Perkins', 273
  • Superheating Apparatus, Nursey's, 227, 244
  • Steam, 301
  • Taps for Liquids, Petrie's, 260
  • Telegraph, the Universal Private, 103
  • Thrust Bearings for Propeller Shafts, Renwick's, 217
  • Tobacco Machinery, White's, 4
  • Tramrail for Street Railways, Burn's, 303, 314
  • Valves, Regulating, Russell and Brown's, 216
  • Balanced Slide, Stoddart's, 190
  • Stop, Beck's, 358
  • Throttle and Expansion, Murton and Millington's, 2 74
  • and Valve Gear, Newton's, 55
  • Ventilators, Cooke's, 372
  • Vices, Ibbotson's, 71
  • Warming and Moistening Air, Gurney's, 187
  • Washing Machinery, Bodmer's, 86
  • and Mangling Machines, James', 182
  • Water Tower, Great Grimsby, 280
  • Welding of Malleable Iron, Nasmyth, 145
  • Wheel Guards for Locomotives, 151
  • Wheels and Axles, Samuel and Train's, 201
  • Railway, Wilson's, 386
  • Wood Machinery, Greenwood and Batley's, 58
  • Wrenches, Screw, Wilson's, :358

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