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The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1862 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • Accident to the Defence,
  • at the Malvern Railway Tunnel, 190
  • Railway, Cost of; 79
  • at the Underground Railway, 82

Accidents in Coal Mines, 190

  • Colliery. Prevention of, 149
  • to Servants, 265
  • Railway, 881
  • and the Law, 124
  • Act, New Coal Mine, 60
  • Adams', W. Bridges, Springs, 205, 206
  • Slide Valves, 217
  • Admiralty, Captain Coles and the, 79
  • Adriatic, Trial Trip vf, 93
  • Adulteration of Food, 126
  • African Productions. 356
  • Ago of our Earth, 64
  • Agricultural Railways, 52
  • Air, Blowing and Exhausting, Machinery for, Petrie's, 360
  • Pumps, 278
  • Albert Edward, the, 102
  • Algerian Railway. 180
  • Allchin's Superheating Apparatus, 68
  • Allen and Stewart’s Steam Engines, 1St;
  • Allen's Slide Valves, 335, 336
  • Alps. Conformation of, 198
  • Aluminium and Aluminium Bronze, 61
  • America, Anthracite Iron Manufacture, 96
  • Customs Board on the Trade with, 53
  • Engineering Workmen in, 265, 271:
  • Iron-clad Turret, Ship, 54
  • South, 361
  • Steel and Brass Wire Cloth in, 130
  • American Bridge Building, 93
  • Iron-clads 348
  • Navy, 256. 877
  • Ironsides, 48, 143
  • Lakes, 1
  • Navy, 126
  • Engineers in, 208
  • Phenomenon, 97
  • Railroad, 64
  • Amoy Docks, 49, 69
  • Anchors, Hunter's. 6.3.8k;
  • Testing s:;
  • Anthracite, Iron Manufacture in America, 96
  • Antidote for Strychnine, 17
  • Arc of Parallel from Valentia to the Volga, 17
  • Arkansas, The, 105
  • Armour and Ordnance, 134
  • Plate. the Gun and the, 175
  • Question, 128
  • Plated Cupola Ships of War, 120
  • Plating. 35
  • Bill's, 174
  • Plates, 164, 173, 360
  • Experiments, 176
  • Fastening, 91
  • Fitting, 205. Iron, and Ordnance, 145
  • Shells v., 207
  • Testing, 81
  • Ships'. 232, 21.7, 259, 335
  • Armstrong Gun. 8. 216, 272, 286, 327
  • v. Whitworth, 848
  • Armstrong's 10i in., 348
  • Arsenal, Woolwich, 1135, 304
  • Artesian Well at Sheerness, 151
  • Artillery Carriage, Riggenbach’s. 137
  • Construction of, 20
  • Experiments, the Latest, 75
  • Ashbury’s Permanent Way, 844
  • Asphalt() Pavement in Paris, 206
  • Association, Manchester Boiler, 75,157, 208, 261, 318
  • Atlantic Telegraph, 13, 161, 260, 847, 864 881
  • Question, 307
  • Australia, Notes from, 209, 260
  • South, Engineers and Railways in, 40
  • Australian Exploration, 256
  • Austrian Gunnery Experiments, 360
  • Axle, Crank, Bird's, 3,40
  • Balances, Letter, Smith's, 262
  • Bankruptcies, 1862, 836
  • Banquet. to French Workmen, 134
  • Barge, Launch of a Now Hopper, 83
  • Screw steam Hopper. 200
  • Barker's Casting Drums and Pulleys, 231, 241)
  • Barlow's indicator for the Revolutions of Shafts, 154
  • Bay, 'rambling, Washed Away near Carlisle, 107
  • Beam, Hartley, Now PR., 289
  • Beardsley's Apparatus for Elevating Hay, Straw, &e., 217
  • Beer's Valves of Engines, 154
  • Belgian Railway Plant, 141.
  • Belgium, 17, 54
  • Scotch Enterprises in, 274, 291
  • Bolls, Church, 56
  • Electric, Patent, 369
  • Bellhouse and Dorning's Hydrostatic Presses, 171
  • Benson's Clock, 93
  • Berkley, J. J., the Late, 156
  • Bertram's, Mr., Plate Welding Process, 306
  • Bessemer Steel, 349
  • Building Materials, 359, 380
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co.'s Locomotive, 206
  • Bills, Railway, Now, 334
  • Bird's Crank Axle, 140
  • Birkbeck's Traction Apparatus. 77
  • Blackburn's Lubricating Apparatus, 288
  • Blackfriars Bridge, 9, 29, 21, 61, 77, 193, 27S Black Prince, 265
  • Trial of, 127, 146, 157
  • Blackpool, Pier at, 18
  • Blast in Locomotives, 161
  • Boat Lowering Apparatus, 328
  • Gear, 343
  • Bogies, Locomotive, 126
  • Boiler Association, Manchester, 75, 157, 208, 261, 31S Explosions, 388
  • Fatal, 103, 126
  • Locomotive, 273
  • at Oldham, 380
  • Explosions, 49, 50, 53, 67, 106, 127, 153, 159, 264, 306, 311, 319, 33:3
  • at Ordinary Pressures, 62
  • Feeding Apparatus, 129
  • Locomotive, Inspection, 321
  • Marine, Grimaldi's, 214
  • Rotary, Grimaldi's, 130
  • Boilers, Cast Iron, 175, 259
  • Engines, Giffard's, 10
  • Hydraulic Test for, 27, :35, 50
  • Locomotive, Corrosion of, 293
  • Marine, Meriton's, 151
  • Bolckow and Vaughan's Vulcan-street Works, 170
  • Bolton and its Benefactor, 220
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 9
  • Boring, Drilling, or Excavating Hocks, Creases', 202
  • Gun Barrels, Cornforth and Smith's, 171
  • Machinery, Simplon's, 21, 22, 51
  • Bourne's Steam Train. 299
  • Bower and Qualter's Metallic Piston's, 304, 337, 365
  • Boxes, Journal, Dotterer's, 151
  • Locomotive Sand, 142
  • Bradford, Public Improvements at, 183
  • Brains and the Pocket, 142
  • Braisted's Hose Pipe Joints or Couplings, 170
  • Brakes, Railway, 161, 173, 205
  • and Communicating Signals, 189
  • Shaw's, 125
  • Brazil, Locomotives in, 42
  • Brazilian Railways, 95, 378
  • Bray's Traction Engines, 28
  • Breadmaking Machines, 315
  • Breakwater Port, Destruction of the Works, 130
  • Brickmaking by Machinery, 41
  • Machines, 102

Bridge,

  • Blackfriars, 9, 20. 21, 61, 77, 193, 278
  • Building, American, 93
  • Rapid, 113, 129
  • Chelsea, Strength of. 338
  • French, Another, 99
  • at Hampton Court, 300
  • Hungerford Suspension, 64
  • Lambeth, 22, 78, 112, 161
  • New Suspension, 294
  • Putney, 66
  • Railway, at Calcutta, 106
  • at Mayence, 143
  • at Pimlico, 28
  • Iron, for India ,1S3
  • Tubular, New, 78
  • Westminster, 22

Bridges, 357

  • Hungerford and Lambeth, Foundations of, 28
  • Iron, 113
  • London, 176
  • Now. and other Works on the Thames, 301
  • Railway, in Holland, 130
  • Security of Our, 130
  • Suspension, 125
  • over the Thames, and Mr. Tite, M.P., 279
  • Bristol Channel Defences, 120
  • and the Cotton Famine, 262
  • Proposed Dock Extension at. 271
  • Britain, Ancient Diggings into, 161

BRITISH ASSOCIATION, 180

  • Abstract of an Investigation on the Exact Form and Motion of Waves at and near the Surface of Deep Water. By W. J. M. Rankine, C.E., &x., 227
  • Address of the President, 199. 213
  • Economising Fuel in Iron-plated Ships of War. By Mr. E. E. Allen, 214
  • Forms and Actions of Water. By Prof: Tyndall, 214
  • Manufacture of Hydro-carbon Oils, Paraffin, &c., from Peat. By Mr. Paul, 227
  • Marine Boiler, New. By Dr. F. Grimaldi, 214
  • Middle Level Sluice, Failure of. By Mr. Thorold 214, 215
  • Projectiles, Mechanical Properties of. By the President, 215
  • Penetration of. By Mr. T. Aston, M.A., 215
  • Steamships. By Mr. W. Smith, C.E., 215
  • Stones, Artificial. By Prof. Ansted, 214, 228
  • Tidal Observations in the Humber. By Mr. J. Oldham, C.E., 214
  • British Columbia, Telegraph to, 383
  • Brittany, Railway Works in, 208
  • Brooman's Steam Generators, 96
  • Brunel's Mishaps, 49
  • Buenos Ayres, Railways in, 21, 66
  • Bunnett's Revolving Shutters, 345
  • Burial Practices, Evil,165
  • Bullets, Explosive, 173
  • Cables, Electric, 30S
  • Submarine, Ratan Cane a Covering for, 343
  • Telegraph, Hooper's, 5
  • Experimental Investigations, &c., 99
  • Sinking of, 136
  • Cabs, London, 315
  • Call and Co. Messrs. J. F., 275
  • Calcutta, Railway Bridge at, 166
  • Calvert's Cotton Gins, 333
  • Canada, Oil in, 329
  • Canadian Railway Carriages, 141
  • Railway Wagon, 154
  • Canal, Ship, across the Isthmus of Corinth, 304
  • Ship. New Dutch, 359
  • Suez, 69, 187, 327, 336
  • Question, 288
  • Cannon by Electricity, Firing, 136
  • Mounting and .Manoeuvring, for Ships, Winans', 140
  • Naval, 5, 6, 7
  • Rifled, and Projectiles, 309
  • Shot, Force of, 191
  • Whitworth, in France, •248
  • Variation in Range of, 259
  • Carbolic Acid, New Use for, 37
  • Oxide, and Nitrogen, 8, 25, 38, 53
  • Carburetting Gases. Evans', 36
  • Carriage Artillery, Riggenbach's, 137
  • Carriages, Locomotive Steam, Yarrow and Hilditch's, 3
  • Railway, Canadian, 141
  • Iron, 342
  • Steam, 229
  • Carr's Washing Machines, 309
  • Casting, Drums and Pulleys, Barker's, 231, 249
  • Cast Iron Boilers, 175
  • Catalogues, Exhibition, 180
  • Ceylon, Railways in, 80
  • Charlton's Horse Shoes,124
  • Chelsea-bridge, Strength of, 385
  • Chevalier, M. Michel, on Patent Laws, 321
  • China, Floating Dock for, 278
  • Chronometers, Compensating, 142
  • Circle, Squaring, the, 188, 265, 335, 349, 363
  • Civil Engineering, Architectural and Building Contrivances in the late Exhibition, 357, 380

CIVIL AND MKCHANICAL ENGINEERS' SOCIETY :

  • On Setting out Railway Works, by Y. J. C. Dawson, 260
  • Clarke's Heating Apparatus, 155
  • Clarkson’s Patent. 329
  • Cleaning Wheat, Johnson's Apparatus, 124
  • Cleveland Iron District, Progress of, 66
  • Ironstone, 165
  • Discovery of, 192
  • Clock, Benson's, 93
  • Cloth, Steel, and Brass Wire in America, 139
  • Coaches, Hackney, Origin of, 112
  • Coal, 348
  • Accounts, Engines, &c., 83
  • Application of Machinery to Cutting, 172
  • Combustion of, 290
  • Cutting Machinery, 219
  • Ironworks in Russia, 378
  • Mine Act, New, 50
  • Supply of, to the Metropolis, 156
  • Trade. 170
  • Coalpit on Fire, 305, 350
  • Coals, Selection and Treatment of, for Blast Furnace and Cupola, 171
  • Coating Iron, 233
  • Coke Ovens, Smith and Swinnerton’s, 174
  • Colds, Capt., and the Admiralty, 79
  • Cupola Ships, Si Colliers, Screw, 360
  • Colliery Accidents, Prevention of, 149
  • Colombo, Loss of, 356
  • Combing Machines, Hodgkinson and Greenhalgh's, 187
  • Combustibility of Petroleum, 155
  • Commercial Side of Mechanical Engineering, 145
  • Situation, 66, 96
  • Communication between Guards and Engine Drivers, 114
  • Company, Pneumatic Despatch, 94
  • Compasses of Iron Ships, 257, 274, 285
  • Condensers, Surface, Hall's, 306
  • Stevens', 23
  • Condensing Apparatus, Winter's, 64
  • Confederate Celebrity, Another, 78
  • Consanguinity, 96
  • Cooking Apparatus, Capt. Grant's, 52
  • by Gas, 146
  • Stoves, Smith and Wellstood's, 92
  • Copper, Art in, 35
  • and its Manufacture, 112
  • Cornforth and Smith, Boring Gun Barrels, 171
  • Cornish Pumping Engines, 157
  • Tin Mining, 102
  • Corrosion of Locomotive Boilers, 293
  • Cost of a Railway Accident, 79
  • Superintendence by the Royal Engineers, 205
  • Cotton Famine, Bristol and the, 262
  • Flax, 1S2
  • Invention of, 136
  • Gins, 218, 221
  • Calvert's, :333
  • Platt and Richardson's, 61
  • Indian, 160
  • Machinery, Elea's, 244
  • in the Exhibition, 41, 55, 69
  • Manufacture, 110
  • Market, Liverpool, 232
  • Preparing, Rivett and Hetherington's, 363, 364
  • Present Price of, 185
  • Proposed Substitute for, 187
  • Queensland, 329
  • Sea Grass a Substitute for, 202
  • Substitute for, Alleged, 220
  • Supply of, 219
  • Trade, 308
  • Court Martial, 299
  • Crawford and Templeton’s Looms, 189,190
  • Crease's Drilling and Boring Machinery, 202
  • Crossings, Chilled, 219
  • Crystallisation of Iron, 159
  • Cultivation, Steam, 221, 249
  • Howard, Bousfield, and Phillips', :364
  • Cultivators, Steam, Howard and B6usfield's, 92
  • Cunard Steamers, 9
  • Passages of, 108
  • Cupola Ships, 219
  • Capt. Coles', Si Ships of War, Armour-plated, 120
  • Customs Board on the Trade with America, 53
  • Cutting Scrap Iron, Yules' Machines, 123
  • Cylinder, Outside, Locomotives, ]42
  • Danish Gunboats, 13
  • Danube, Steam on, 17
  • Navigation Commission, 198
  • Darlington, 208
  • Iron Industry at, 201
  • Death of Mr. J. S. Errington, 22
  • Decimal System of Weights and Measures, 157
  • Defence, Accident to, 151
  • Defences, Bristol Channel, 120
  • Deluge, a Coming, 248
  • Denmark, Mechanical Industry in, 180
  • De Normandy's Tube Fastenings, 109
  • Destruction of Iron Ships by Galvanic Action induced by Preparations of Copper, 331
  • Destruction of a Town by Gunpowder, 193
  • Differential Pulley Blocks, 174, 186
  • Diggings into Ancient Britain, 161
  • Disasters to Ocean Steamer Line, :364
  • Diving Apparatus, 359
  • Boats and Iron-plated Ships, 111
  • Dock Extension at Bristol, Proposed, 271
  • Floating, for China, 278
  • at Suez, 37
  • Docks, Amoy, 49, 69
  • at Genoa, 308
  • Graving, on Foreign Stations, 183
  • Naval, 279
  • at St. Ouen, 388
  • Domes, Locomotive Steam, 173
  • Dotterer's Journal Boxes, 151
  • Drainage of the Fens, 286
  • Main, and Thames Embankment, 291
  • Drilling, Boring, or Excavating Rocks, Crease's. 202
  • (Rock) Apparatus, Harrison and Standly's, 316
  • Drinking Fountains, New, 78
  • Driving Bands, 381
  • Piles, Machinery for, Sisson's, 378
  • Drums and Pulleys, Casting, Barker's, 231, 249
  • Drying-rooms, 69
  • Wheat and other Grains, Smith's, 216
  • Dublin Waterworks, 174
  • Eastern Counties Railway, 69
  • Edinburgh Industrial Museum, 315
  • Egypt, Irrigation in, 61
  • Elce's Cotton Machinery, 244
  • Electric Bells, Patent, 369
  • Cables, 308
  • Fire Telegraphs on the Continent, 185
  • and International Telegraph, 69
  • Lamp for Lighthouses, 355
  • Railway Signals, Preece's, 108
  • Retardation, :39
  • Electrical Accumulation and Conduction, Treatise on, 250
  • Electricity, Firing Cannon by, 136
  • Robert Stephenson and, 316
  • Electro-Magnetic Printing Press, Harrison's, 244
  • Motive Power, 306
  • Elevating Hay, Straw, &c., Beardsley's Apparatus for, 217
  • Emigration of 1861, 3
  • Engine, Air, New, 104
  • Driver to his Engine, 333
  • Engine Drivers and Guards, Communication between, 114
  • Marine, Study of Steam and, 98
  • Engine, Rotary, Nasmyth's, 244
  • Steam, Symons', 175, 203
  • Fire, Merryweather’s, 26
  • Economy, 49
  • Invention of, 39
  • Mathematical Theory of, 339
  • Engines and Steam, Treatment of, 25, 38, 55, 81
  • Engine, Traction, Experiment with, 131
  • Engineering, Civil, Architectural and Building Contrivances in the Exhibition, 357, 380
  • Employment, 81
  • Mechanical, Commercial Side of, 145
  • Engineers in the American Navy, 208
  • Mechanical, 31
  • Naval, 8, 9, 28, 36, 3S, 53, 99, 130, 143, 166, 188, 265, 276, 299, 322, 329, 350
  • of Old, 203
  • and Railways in South Australia, 40
  • Royal, 188
  • Cost of Superintendence by, 205
  • Engines, Scott's, 112
  • Agricultural, Wear and Tear of, 290, 310
  • and Boilers, Giffard's, 10
  • Carding, Platt and Richardson's,_ 288
  • Platt, Richardson, and Holland's, 361
  • Taylor's, 170
  • and Coal Accounts, 83
  • in the Exhibition, Maudslay, Sons, and Field's, 33
  • Fire,120
  • Ships' Portable, 306
  • High-pressure, 203
  • Hydraulic, Roberts', 140
  • Locomotive, 1J1, 159, 362
  • Internal Disturbing Forces of, 330
  • Marine, 82, 142, 249
  • in the Exhibition. 235
  • Esther, Wyss, and Co.'s, 40
  • Mining, Jobling’s, 141
  • Portable, 17
  • Pumping, Cornish, 157
  • Lee's, 157, 158
  • Rotary, Gramaldi's, SO
  • Steam, Allen and Stewart's, 186
  • at the Exhibition, 277
  • Fird,12, 108, 148, 169, 231, 259, 265, 295, 322
  • in Sweden, 269
  • Friction of, 295
  • and Guns, 219
  • Johnson's, 203
  • Kay and Hartley's, 308
  • Spencer's, 317
  • Swiss Steamboat, 246
  • Traction, 34, 208
  • Bray's, 28
  • Engraving by Electricity, 157
  • Enterprises, Great Steamship, 201
  • Erring ton, Death of Mr. Jno. Edw., 22
  • Escher, Wyss, and Co.'s Marine Engines, 40
  • Eston' Iron Making at, 167
  • Mines, 170
  • Underground at, 176
  • Evan's Carburetting Gases, 36
  • Exhibition Catalogues, 180 1862,
  • Gleanings from, 105, 121, 138, 152, 168
  • International, 92,277
  • Juries, 34 . Paris, 166
  • in Turkey, 359
  • Visitors to the, 278
  • Experiment, Curious, 1G1
  • Experiments, Iron Plate, 146, 176
  • at Shoeburyness, 1$7, 200, 303
  • Explosion, Fatal Boiler, 10J, 126
  • Locomotive, 273
  • at Oldham, 380
  • of Copper Gas Pipes, 188
  • on the Great Western Railway, 317
  • Explosions, Boiler, 49, 50, 53, 67, 106, 127, 153, 159, 264 306, 311,319,333, 388
  • at Ordinary Pressures, 62
  • Explosive Bullets, 173
  • Export Trade, 272
  • Factories, Royal Gun. 173
  • Fall of a Viaduct, Hammersmith and City Extension, 292, 305, 320
  • Farningham, Trial of Steam Plough at, 1
  • Farringdon-street, Now Thoroughfare under, 193
  • Fastening Armour Plates, 91
  • Fastenings, Tube, Do Normandy's, 109
  • Feeders, Oil Cans or, White's.
  • Feeding Apparatus, Boiler,129, 159
  • Boiler Apparatus, Pradel and Walls', 217
  • Fens, the, 299, 335
  • Drainage of, 286
  • Flood in the, 363
  • Firebrand, Captain Norton's, 113
  • Fire Observatory in Lambeth, 134
  • ,Firing Cannon by Electricity, 136
  • a 15in. Gun in a Cupola, 332
  • Flax and Fibre Dressing Machines, Sandford and Mallory's, 213
  • Fleet of the Future, &c., 97
  • Flying, Means of, :364
  • -Force of Cannon Shot, 191
  • of Projectiles, 247, 273
  • On, 12
  • Foreign Dud Colonial Jottings, 10, 32, 39, 54, 120, 121, 140, 176, 185, 200, 223, 233, 256, 260,271, 287, 307,319 3s4, 350, 369
  • Fort at Plymouth, Proposed, 1
  • Fortifications at Plymouth, 123
  • Fortifications, 1
  • Foundations of the New Bridges, Hungerford and Lambeth, 28
  • Fouling of Iron Ships, 156
  • Protection from, 279
  • Fountains, Drinking, New, 78
  • France, Law in, 13
  • Railway Extension in, 308
  • Progress in, 66
  • under the Second Empire, 109
  • Whitworth Cannon , 248
  • Fraudulent Trade Marks, 337
  • Fremy, M. Steel. Production of, 156
  • French Bridge, Another, 99
  • Experiments with Iron Plates, 339
  • Flourish, A, 25
  • Locomotives, 140
  • Railway Traffic, 136
  • Transatlantic Service, New, 226
  • French Workmen and the international Exhibition, 17
  • Workmen, Banquet to, 134
  • Friction. Reducing, in Slide Valves, Newton's, 76
  • of Steam Engines, 2d5
  • Frictional Gearing, 120
  • Fuel, Economising, on Board Ships of War, 214
  • in the International Exhibition, 183
  • Furnaces, Blast, New, S3
  • Condensed Air, 53
  • Gas, 19
  • Regenerative Gas, Siemens', 1, 2
  • Gas, 3letropolitan, 174
  • Oxygen, 332
  • Lighting under the Alps and in Egypt, 364
  • Pipes, Copper, Explosion of, 188
  • Light in Railway Trains, 343
  • Gases, Carburetting, Evans', 36
  • Gates, Lock, for Docks, Peacock's, 320
  • Gauges. Water, 337
  • Water and Steam, 29:3
  • Gearing, Frictional, 120
  • Generating and Superheating Steam, Williamson's, 234
  • Generators, Steam, Brooman's, 96
  • German Code of Commerce, 8tc.,'380
  • Germany, Railway System in, 301, 329
  • Giffard's Engines and Boilers, 10
  • Gins, Cotton, 21S, 221
  • Calvert's, 333
  • Platt and Richardson's, 61
  • Gladstone, Mr., on the National Mineral Wealth, 269
  • Glass, Effects of Steam and Tallow on, 309
  • Glass Manufacture, Enormous Increase of, 18
  • Godavery River. Improvement of; 183
  • Gold in Wales, 64
  • Gouin and Co's Locomotive in the Exhibition, 26
  • Governors, 11, 307, 321, 347, 363
  • Laud and Marine, Standfield’s, 262
  • Marine, 8, 9, 25, 155, 204
  • Sergeant’s, 321
  • Speed, Silver's, 305
  • Grand Trunk of Canada Railway, 50,166
  • Railway Locomotives, 265
  • Granite, Heavy Load of, 146
  • Graving Docks on Foreign Stations, 183
  • Great Eastern, the, 5, 136, 167, 216
  • Railway, 360
  • North of Scotland Railway, 200
  • Western Railway, 89, 95
  • Gramaldi's Rotary Boiler, 130
  • Rotary Engines, 89
  • Grinding and Washing Mills, Walker's, 292
  • Gun and the Armour Plate, the, 175
  • Armstrong, 8, 216, 272, 286, 327
  • Best adapted for Naval Warfare, 6
  • a 15 in., Firing, in a Cupola, 332
  • Horsfall, 37, 165
  • Mersey, 94
  • Metal, Now, 124
  • Question, the, 235
  • Stocks, Machinery for the Manufacture of, 286
  • the 150 lb., 12
  • Last of the 101-in., 28
  • Gunboat Essex, Federal, 79
  • Danish, 13
  • Federal, Proposed, 79
  • Guns, Built-up, 245, 263
  • Disc, and Projectiles, 233
  • Malleable Cast Iron, 247, 263
  • Naval, and Iron-cased Ships, 263
  • and Steam Engines, 219
  • Whitworth, 331
  • Gunnery Experiments, Austrian, 360
  • Gunpowder Superseded, 28
  • Hack and Carter's Screw Cocks, 231
  • Hackney Coaches, Origin of, 112
  • Hall's Surface Condensers, 306
  • Hansbrow's Californian Pumps, 304
  • Harbour, Seaham, 78
  • Harbours and Docks, 35S
  • Harrison and Standly's Rock Drilling Apparatus, 316
  • Harrison's Electro-Magnetic Printing Press, 214
  • Hartlepool, 103
  • Ironworks, 240
  • Hartley, New Pit, Beam, 289
  • Hattersley's Typo Composing Machine, 143
  • Hawkshaw Mr., in Egypt—Suez Canal, :336
  • Hay, Straw, Sic., Beardslee's Apparatus for Elevating, Heating Apparatus, Clarke's, 155
  • Hetherington. Webb, and Craig's Spinning, 50
  • Hensman's Steam Ploughs, 246
  • Highways, New Law on, 192
  • Hill's Armour Plating, 174
  • Hills v. the Liverpool Gaslight Company, 296
  • Hodgkinson and Greenhalgh's Combing Machines, 187
  • Holland, Railway Bridges in, 130
  • Holyhead to Dundalk, New Route from, 283
  • Hoofer's Submarine Telegraph Cables, 5
  • Horse Power, Nominal, 82
  • Horse-shoes, Charlton's, 124
  • Horsfall Gun, 37, 165
  • Hotel, Another Great, 18
  • Howard and Bousfield's Steam Cultivators, 92
  • Howard, Bousfield, and Steam Cultivation 364
  • Hownes Gill Viaduct on the Stockton and Darlington Railway, 330
  • Hungerford Suspension Bridge, 64
  • Hunter's Anchors, 188
  • Husband's Water Safety Valve, 51
  • Hydraulic Lifting Jacks, Tangye's, 216
  • Hydraulic Presses, Samuelson's, 141
  • Westwood's, 68
  • Wilson's, 109, 262
  • Shears and Punch, 2S6
  • Test for Boilers, 27, 35,50
  • Hydrology, Manual of, 98
  • Hydrostatic Presses, Bellhouse awl Doming's, 171
  • Improvements, Metropolitan and Provincial, 342
  • Inauguration of the Stephenson Statue, 218
  • Inclines in Navigable Streams, 349
  • India, Mismanagement of Public Works in, 103
  • Railway iron 13ridge fur, 183
  • Railways in, 35
  • Steamship, 308
  • Telegraph Company to, 67
  • Indian Cotton, 160
  • Mismanagement, 68, 362
  • Railways, 327
  • Telegraphs, 184
  • Indicator for the Revolutions of Shafts, Barlow's, 154
  • Steam, Richards', 374
  • Indo-China Lino of Steamers, 260, 274, 317, 364
  • Institute of Civil Engineers and Architects of Canada, 54

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :

  • Annual General Meeting, 360
  • Hownes Gill Viaduct on the Stockton and Darlington Railway. By Mr. W. Cudworth, M.I.C. E. 330
  • Internal Disturbing forces of Locomotive Engines By Mr. A. W. Makinson, 330
  • Premiums Awarded, 20, 271
  • Railway System of Germany. By Mr. R. Crawford, A.I.C.E., 301, 329
  • Use of the Timber of the Palmyra Palm in the Construction of Bridges. By Mr. H. Byrnes, M.I. C.E. 330

INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS IN SCOTLAND :

  • Address of the President, 301
  • Machinery for Boring Stratified and other Rocks. By Mr. Geo. Simpson, 21, 22

INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :

  • Hydraulic Shears and Punch. By Mr. J. Tangye, 286
  • Machinery for the Manufacture of Gun Stocks. By Mr. T. Greenwood, 2S6
  • Packing for Pistons of Engines and Pumps. By Mr. G. M. Miller, 286
  • Regenerative Gas Furnaces, etc. By Mr. C. W. Siemens, 1, 2
  • Subjects for Papers, 29
  • Inundations of Marshlands,346, 375
  • Invalid Patents, 191, 204, 249, 277, 278, 293, 306, 319, 337, 347, 365
  • Inventions, Capt. Norton's, 40
  • Communicated, 233
  • Patent Searches, and Repatenting of Old, 219
  • Inventors' Institute, 69
  • Inventors, Lot of, 39
  • Ireland, Further Communication with, 188
  • Railway Extension in, 265
  • Short Sea Passage to, 149
  • Irish Progress, 291

Iron,

  • Anthracite, in America, 96
  • Bridges, 113
  • Clad Navies, 292
  • Coal and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 17, 31, 45 59, 73, 87,103, 119, 135, 149, 165, 180,197, 210, 225, 239, 255, 270, 283, 299, 313, 827, 341055, 369, 337
  • and Coal Trades, Welsh, 271, 378
  • Casting, 233
  • Crystallisation of, 159
  • District Cleveland, Progress of, 66
  • Formed by Animalcules, 174
  • Industry at Darlington, 201
  • and Machine Trades. 130
  • Making at Eston,167
  • and Iron Working, 159
  • Teesside, 153
  • Manufacture of Great Britain, &c., 3S0
  • Ore, 356
  • Pig. 329
  • Plate Commission. 94
  • Experiments, 146
  • Scrap, Yule's Machines for Cutting, 128
  • Ships, 48
  • and steel, 226
  • Parrys', 3
  • Tooth mid Yates'. r,4
  • Malleable, Wilson's, 344
  • Properties of, 114
  • Strength of, 55
  • Trade. Northern, 146, 167, 233
  • Trade on the Tees, 132
  • Wrought and Cast, How to Improve the Quality of, 362
  • Ironstone, Cleveland, 10;1
  • Discovery of, 92
  • Ironworks, Hartlepool, 240
  • Irrigation in Egypt, 61
  • Spain. 66
  • Italy, Iron-plated Ships for, 250
  • Railways in, 26, 232
  • Jager Rifle. the, 334
  • Jobling's Mining Engines, 141
  • Johnson's Apparatus for Cleaning Wheat, 121
  • Steam Engines. 203
  • Joints or Couplings for Hose Pipes, Braisted's, 170
  • Journal Boxes, Dotterer's, 1h1
  • Joy's Steam Hammer, 50, 70, 126
  • Juries. Exhibition, n4
  • Kay and Hartley's Steam Engines, 30S
  • Knox's, Pulp for Paper, Apparatus for the Manufacture of, 245
  • Krupp's Works, Steel Making at, 94
  • Lambeth Bridge, 22, 78, 112. 161
    • Fire Observatory in, 134
  • La Gloire, 92
  • Lakes, American,
  • Lamp, Electric, for Lighthouses, 355
    • Safety, Stephenson’s. 320
  • Lamps, Platt and Rosecrans', 305
  • Lancaster's Cast Iron Ordnance. 170
  • Lathes. Smith and Coventry's. 27.!
  • Launch of a Now hopper Barge, 83
  • the Royal Oak, 155
  • Law In France, 13

LAW INTELIGENCE :—

  • Bakewell's Patent, Electric Telegraph, 319
  • Betts v. Menzies. 318
  • Hills v. the Liverpool United Gaslight Company, 12
  • Millikon v. the London and North-Western Railway, 28
  • Newton’s Prolongation Patent. 12
  • Ormson v. Clark, 307
  • Simpson and Others Wilson and Another, 350
  • Spencer v. Jack and Rollo, 362
  • Stirling's Manufacture of Iron Patent, 12
  • Wheatstone and the Universal Telegraph Company , v. Wilde, 166
  • Law, Railway, 69
  • Lead and Zinc in Wales, 66

LEADING ARTICLES :—

  • Bessemer Steel, 349
  • Boiler Explosions, 159, 263.::11
  • Boiler Feeding Apparatus. 1::0
  • Brickmaking by Machinery. 41
  • Bridge. Now Suspension, 294
  • Built up Guns 263
  • Cast Iron Boilers, 175
  • Centrifugal Pumps, 337
  • Cheap Steam Power. 113
  • chevalier. M. Michel. on Patent Laws, 321
  • Coles', Captain. Cupola Ships. 81
  • Commercial Side of Mechanical Engineering. 145
  • Construction of Artillery, '207
  • Corrosion of Locomotive Boilers, 293
  • Cotton Gins. 221
  • Cotton Machinery in the Exhibition, 41, 55, 69
  • Double Screwed Steamships, 293
  • Engineering Employment, 81
  • Engines. Agricultural. Wear and Tear of, 31
  • Norco of Cannon Shot. 191
  • Friction of Steam Engines. 295
  • Gun. the, and the Armour Plato, 175
  • Gun Question, the. 235
  • Heavy Locomotives. 379
  • Hills v. the Liverpool Gaslight Company. 296
  • Horse Power, Nominal. 82
  • Hydraulic Test for Boilers. 27
  • International Exhibition, 277
  • Invalid Patents, 191, 249, 277
  • Iron Armour Plates and Ordnance, 145
  • Iron Bridges, 113
  • Iron Making and Iron Working. 159
  • Large Wheeled Locomotives. 97
  • Locomotive Boiler Inspection. 321
  • Locomotive Engines. 159, 191
  • Marine Engines, 82, 249
  • In the Exhibition. 235
  • Naval Guns and Iron-cased Ships. 263
  • Notes of the Week, 11
  • Oil-extracting Machinery in the Exhibition, 27
  • Ordnance. 349
  • Outside Cylinder Locomotives. 310
  • Patent Office. 207
  • Patenting of Inventions, 365
  • Patents and Patentees. 221
  • Rifled Cannon and Projectiles. 309
  • Scottish Shipbuilders on Iron Cased Ships or War. 222
  • Shells v. Armour Plates. 207
  • Stem Engines in the Exhibition, 277
  • Steam Fore Engines. 12. 295
  • Steamship Machinery, 309
  • Strength of iron, 55
  • Testing of Iron Armour Plates. S1
  • The Past Year. 379
  • Turbine Water Wheels. 11. 41, 337
  • Type Composing Machinery. 130
  • Water. Flow of, Over Weirs. 294. 311
  • Weaving Machinery in the Exhibition.129
  • Wood Working Machinery in the Exhibition, 27

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR : —

  • Accidents at Railway Bridge Works, R. R Pond. 41
  • Agricultural Society, Royal. Constant subscriber, :379
  • Armour-Plated Vessels, J. Leonard, C.E., 259
  • W. Simons, 259
  • Plates. J. Brown and Co., 173
  • for Ships, W. H. M.. 3.5
  • Armstrong Gun, W. Bentsen, S
  • Atlantic Telegraph. J; D., 347
  • Barker's Casting. Casting, 249
  • Bertram's, Mr., Plate Welding Process, R. T. Davies, 306
  • Blast in Locomotives. S. E. Peal. 161
  • Boiler Explosions. C. F. T. T., 306
  • F. H. Wonting-I. 319
  • Footling Apparatus. W. E. C.. 159
  • Bower and Quaker's Pistons, J. Roberts, 31..7
  • Brains and the Pocket, E. L., 142
  • Bridge-building, Rapid. G. E. Balleras and Co., 129
  • Built-up Guns, T. A. B1akely. 245
  • Capt. Norton's Fire-brand. J. Norton, 113
  • Carbonic Oxide and Nitrogen, H. K., 8. 33
  • Cares Washing Machines. W. Walker, 309
  • Cast-iron Boilers, J. Smith. 259
  • Chilled Crossings. T. S.. 219
  • Coal-Burning Locomotives. A. L. Holloy. 173
  • Coal Cutting Machinery, R. Roberts, 219
  • Coating Iron. Kru, 233
  • Communicated Inventions. Examiner. 233
  • Communication between Guards and Engine Drivers,
  • V. Penched, jun., 114
  • Compensating Chronometers. F. Tiede, 142
  • Combustion of Coal. A Student, 290
  • Condensed Air Furnaces. A. J. Joyce, 53
  • Construction of Ordnance, E. Wigzell, t.03
  • Crystallisation of Iron. J. II. P., 169
  • Disc Guns and Projectiles, R. W. Woolcombe, 233
  • Double Screwed Steamers anti Unsinkable Ships, E. Leigh, 306
  • Drying Rooms, T. Snedley, CO
  • Effect of steam and Tallow on Clang. Experimenter, 309
  • Electric Retardation. F. Lambert. ::9
  • Electro-Motive Power, IL It U.. 301;
  • Engines. Marino, J. O. Andrews, 142
  • Engine and Steam Treatment, Anti back Pressure, 38
  • A Working Man, SS, Si J. S. 25. 65
  • Explosive Bullets. J. Norton. 173
  • Flat Fronted Shot, J. Norton. 349. 304
  • Flood In the Fens. J. H. Muller. 363
  • Force, of Projectiles. W. C. Unwin, 247. 278. 319
  • Fraudulent Trade Mark, P. W. Campin, 337
  • Governors, T. B.. 321
  • T. Baldwin, 363
  • L. Olrick, 307, 347
  • A. Y. Z., 11
  • Marino. C. H., 9
  • Member of the Society of Engineers, 9
  • T. Meriton. 9
  • P. P. Nursey. 25
  • L. Olrick, 8.2.'x, 204
  • Guns and Steam Engines. A Would-be Engineer. 219
  • Hail's Surface Condensors Surface condenser. 306
  • Bartley New Pit Beam, W. Kendall. 2S9
  • Hattersley's Type-Composing Machine Robert Hattersley. 143
  • High Pressure Steam Engines, F. H. Wenham, 404
  • Inclines in Navigable Streams, It. 11. O.. 349
  • Inundations in Marshland, B. Latham, 375
  • Invalid Patents, T. Aston, 310
  • T. A. Blakely, 347
  • Bower and Qualter. 365
  • W. Berdge, 337
  • P. W. Campin, 204
  • J. Chandler, 278
  • D. K. Clark, 201
  • J. Fernihough and Sons. 365
  • J. Jennens, 293
  • Whitworth's Punch-Headed' Steel Shells, T. A. Blakely, 300
  • Invention of the Planing Machine. 14otlietN, 204. 217 8. Hail, 247
  • R. Roberts. 189. 219. 210
  • Steam Engine., T. Craddock, 87
  • Joy's Paint Steam Hammer, E. L. 79,126
  • Locomotive Bogies, s. E. Peal. 126
  • Engines, E., Reynolds, 303
  • Performance, J. Dixon, C.E., O.)+)
  • Traction. N. B., 8.41
  • Richard Eaton, 124
  • J. H., 27
  • Sand-boxes. S. E. Peal. 142
  • Steam Domes, F. II. H. Ambleton. 173
  • Superheating Apparatus. J. Martin, 57,
  • London Streets, W. M.. 79
  • Malleable Cast Iron Guns, J. Norton, 203
  • J. C. R. Okes. 247
  • Millfields Explosion, Relief Fund, Engineer. 240
  • Naval Engineers. C, 8
  • New Preservation of Stone, Bartlett, Brothers, and Co , 101
  • Nitrogen and Carbonic Oxide, A Chemist with Common Sense. 25. 53
  • N. H., 25
  • Ordinance. F. W. G., 219
  • Outside Cylinder Locomotives, A. W., 321
  • H. W. P., 142
  • Patent Law Commis:310mm and the Birmingham. Chamber of Commerce. , 375
  • Reform, F. W. Campin, 375
  • M. A. Soul, 365.373
  • W. Spence, 375
  • Laws. A User of Steam, 39
  • Advantages of a System of. T. T. 374
  • Office and Report of the Commissioners of Patents, W. Spence. 307
  • Patent Searches. and Repatent of Old Inventions E. H, 219
  • Tribunals, Betts r. Monies, W. Spence, 143
  • Patents for Poor Inventions, A. R. T., :::7
  • Penetrative Power of Projectiles, J. W. G., 233, 200, 289
  • Preservation of Stone, B. H. Paul, 246
  • Punching and Shearing Machines, C. no 13ergtto, 219
  • Railway Brakes, T. O. E., 205
  • W. Hodgins, C.E., 161, 205
  • H. W. P., 173
  • and Communicating Signals, E. Eastwood, ISO
  • Bridge at Mayence, Gustav Schmidt, 143
  • Wheels, T. A. S.. 289
  • Rolling of Ships, W. Froude, 375
  • Rankine, Professor. On Waves, 249
  • Rotary v. Rotatory. T. M., 11
  • Royal Gun Factories, Seaman Gunner, 173
  • Naval Engineers. R. N.. 3S, 53
  • Sergeant's Marino Governors. F. W. Wymer. 321
  • Scientific Social Reformers, F. Campin, 209
  • Shearing and Punching Machines. A Subscriber to THE ENGINER, 191
  • Ships' Armour, S. J. J., 217
  • J. H. Stacey. 232
  • Portable Fire Engines, W. Roberts, 306
  • Rudders, Evan Leigh. 125
  • Spiegeleisen, or Looking Ohms Iron Ore, H. Blass, ::07
  • Squaring the Circle, The Old Engine. 319
  • X., 335, 363
  • Steamboats, J. Macpherson, 143, 201. 223
  • An Observer, 201
  • N. Z., 189, 219
  • Steam Cultivation, J. and F. Howard, 221
  • W. Savory and Son, 249
  • Fire Engines, W. Baddeley. C. B.. 259
  • Hammers, W. E. C., 25
  • David Joy, 25,99
  • W. Naylor, 9
  • E. W. Y., 246
  • Strength of Shafts, T. B., £3
  • W. W. K. 25
  • Suspension Bridges, IL M. Ordish, 125
  • Superheating Apparatus, Allchin and Son, 145
  • A Working Man. 129
  • Swiss Steamboat Engines, W. N.J., 216
  • Symons' Steam Engine, N. 1)., 175
  • Turbine Water Wheels, North Moor Foundry Com. patty, 363
  • James Thomson, S. 38, 53
  • Variation in Range of the Whitworth Cannon, T. A. Blakely, 259
  • Water Gauges. A. B., 337
  • Steam Gauges, W. Carr. 293
  • Waves, W. J. M. Rankin°. 263
  • Wheel v. Rail, B. Eastwood, 204
  • Whitworth Guns, The Manchester Ordnance and Rifle Company. 334
  • Projectiles, R. W. Woolcombe, 334
  • Wood Working Machinery, S. W. Worssam. 114. 143
  • Wrought Iron Below Propellers, F. W. Wymer, 203
  • Yacht America, the, N. S., 247
  • Leo's Pumping Engines. 157, 158
  • Liability for Boiler Explosions, 50
  • Liberal Offer, 95
  • Lifting Jacks, Hydraulic, Tangye's, 216
  • Lighthouses. 359
  • Lighting London. Ancient Mode of, 120
  • Limo Light, Telegraphs by. 370
  • Liquids. Separating Solid Matters from, Rosindell’s, 77

LITERATURE :

  • Abridgment of Specification of Patents for Inventions Hoisting to Weaving, Metals, and Gas, &c., from 1620 to 1859, 236
  • Colossal Vestiges of the Older Nations. By W. Linton, 160
  • Essay on the Motion of Projectiles Fired from Rifled Arms, &c. By Major C. H. Owen. R.L., 838
  • Experimental Investigation of the Laws which Govern the Propagation of the Electric Currents in Long Submarine Telegraph Cables, etc. By Latimer Clark, 99
  • The Fleet of the Future in 1862, or England Without a Float. By J. Scott Russell, -4..97
  • German Code of Commerce and Statutes of Bills of Exchange. By Mr. W. Foucher, 330
  • Handbooks of the Telegraph. By It. Bond, 273
  • Iron Manufacture of Great Britain, etc. &v. By W. 4480
  • Manual of hydrology, &c. By W. Beardmore, C. E..
  • Memoirs of the Distinguished Men of Science of Great Britain Living in the Years 1807-8. By Robert limit, F.R.S., 130
  • Roads, Rails, and their Sequences, Physical and Moral. By W. B. Adams, 42
  • Stocktaker's Assistant. By J. Paris, HO
  • Study of Steam and Marino Engines. By S. M. Saxby, R.N., 98
  • Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Steam Engine. By T. Baker, e.g., 339
  • Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Electrical Accumulation mid Conduction. By F. C. Webb, A.I.C.E.
  • Liverpool Cotton Markets. 232
  • Polytechnic Society, 79. 167
  • Lock Gatos for Docks. Pascoe's, 320
  • Locomotive, Beyer, Peacock, and Co.'s, 206
  • Bogies, 126
  • A Dummy, 35
  • in the Exhibition, Gouin's, 26
  • Long Run for, 18
  • Performance. 2$2
  • Sand-boxes, 14
  • Steam Domes, 173 •
  • Locomotives, Traction, 4, 8. 10, 27, 126
  • in Brazil. 42
  • Coal-Burning, 173
  • French. 140
  • Grand Trunk Railway, 265
  • Heavy. 37J
  • Large Wheeled. 97
  • Outside Cylinder, 14:". 310. 321
  • Proportions of. 94
  • Rules for Calculating the Tractive Power of, 20
  • London Bridges. 176
  • Chatham and Dover Railway. 7, 83, 193, !219
  • General Company, 101
  • and North-Western Railway, 95
  • and South Western, 105
  • Traffic, 31G
  • Looms. Crawford and Templeton's, 189. 100
  • Lubricating Apparatus, Blackburn’s
  • Lumley's Rudders, 344
  • Machinery, General, 3S1
  • Steamship, 300
  • Madrid, Saragossa, and Anew) to Railway, 287
  • Malls, West Indian and 3S8
  • Maize. Paper iron), 130
  • Manchester Boiler Association, 75. 157, 208. 2G1, 318
  • Literary and Philosophical Society, 307
  • mid Liverpool Railway. 362
  • Mansell's Railway Wheels, 348
  • Maretzo, 56
  • Markets, Metal and Timber. 18. 32. 46. 00, 74, SS, )04, 120, 130. 150, 160. 1St. 19S. 212. 226, 240, :56, 270, zS4, 300, 314, 32$, 342, 356, :,7u. 383
  • Marriage. 83
  • Martien Process, 170
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field's Engine in the Exhibition, 33
  • Mauve and Magenta, 47
  • Mayence, Railway Bridge at, 143
  • Mechanical Engineers, 31
  • Industry in Denmark. 180
  • Memoirs of Distinguished Men, &c., 130
  • Meriton's Marino Boilers. 161
  • Merryweather and Son's Steam Fire Engine, 26
  • Mersey Gun. 94
  • Messageries Imperiales, 260, 274, 317,3a
  • Metal, Gun, New.1'24
  • Metals, Precious, Substitutes for, 37
  • in the International Exhibition, 131
  • Meter, fluid, Weems', 258
  • Metropolitan Railway, 333
  • Proposed, 265
  • and Provincial Improvements, 342
  • Subterranean Railway, U50
  • Midland Railway, 95
  • Middle Level, the, 28, 127, 151
  • Drain, Syphons at, :40,170
  • Sluice, Failure of, 214, 215
  • Middlesbro', 143
  • Miller's Manufacture of Sugar, 216
  • Millfields Explosion Relief Fund, 246
  • Million's Packing Pistons. 37
  • Mills, Grinding and Washing, Walker's, 2f)2
  • Mine, Eaton. 170
  • Salt, Polish, 302
  • Mineral Traffic on Railways. 377
  • Wealth. Mr. Gladstone on the National, 209
  • Miners and Metal Workers, An Official inquiry into their Health. 275.296
  • Mines, Minerals, and diners of the United Kingdom, 371
  • Ventilation of, Mining, 316
  • in the County of Leitrim, 172
  • Mirror, Curious, 111
  • Missile, a Now, 69
  • Mitchel's Type-Composing and Distributing Machine, 107
  • Monitor, a Land, 329
  • Monitors. Now, 134
  • Moon, the, 60
  • Motive Power, Newton's,
  • Electro, 300
  • Museum, Industry, Edinburgh, ::1.;
  • Myddleton's, Sir Hugh, Statue, 63
  • Nasmyth’s Rotary Engine. 244
  • Naval Engineers, 3, 9,'2$, 30, 33, 53, 99, 130, 143, 1s8, 206.270, 259, 321% .20,350
  • Experiments, Federal, 347
  • Gossip, 7, 89,103, 1'21, 14u, 262, 359
  • Navies, Iron-clad, 292
  • Navy, American, 120
  • Iron-clad, '250, 377
  • and Naval Dockyards, 3, SS
  • for Prussia, 141
  • Newcastle, Water Supply of, 67
  • Newton's, Friction, Reducing, in Slide Valves, 76
  • Newton's motive Power, SO
  • Nitrogen, Carbonic Oxide.8, 25, V, r,3

NORTH of ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS:

  • Anniversary meeting
  • Discussion of Mr. Crone’s Paper on Boiler Explosions 53
  • North London Railway,

NORTHERN INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS:

  • Close-topped Tubbing, by Messrs. Atkinson and Coulson, 310
  • Gases, Destructive Action of Furnace, by Mr. Daglish. 316
  • Ventilating Fan at Elsecar by Mr. Atkinson, 315
  • Norton's Diaphragm Pumps, 23
  • Norton's, Captain, Firebrand, 113
  • Norton's, Captain, inventions, 40
  • Notes from Australia, 209, 260
  • New South Wales, 122, 247, 318, 331
  • the Northern and Eastern Counties, 13, 32, 46, 60, 74, 87. 103.119, 136, 160, 165,181, 198,211, 226, 240, 265, 270, 284, 300, 311, 328, 342, 356, 370,368
  • of the Week, 11
  • Notices to Correspondents, 11,27, 41, 55,69, 81, 07,113. 129, 146, 159, 175, 191, 201, 221, 235, 249, 203, 277, 21E3, 809, 321, 337, 349. 365, 3;9
  • Noxious Vapours, 134
  • Oaks and Tows. 66 •
  • Observatory its Lambeth, Fire, 184
  • Oil in Canada, 829
  • Cans or Feeders, White's. 103
  • Extracting Machinery in the Exhibition, 27
  • Oils, Hydro-carbon and Paraffin, &c., Manufactured from Peat. 227.330
  • Oldham, Boiler Explosion at. 389
  • Omnibus Company. Loudon General, 161
  • Ordnance 210, 244, 319
  • Cast Iron, Lancaster's, 170
  • Construction of. 203
  • Gossip, 103, 310
  • Inquiry, 37
  • Iron Armour Plates and, 145
  • Survey of England, Old, 182
  • Winans' Motto of Mounting and Manoeuvring, 273
  • Ore, Iron. 356
  • Outside Cylinder Locomotives. 310,, 3;11
  • Ovens, Coke, Smith, and Swinnerton’s. 174
  • Overworked Railway Servants, 52
  • Oxygen Gas, 332
  • Packing for Pistons 2S6
  • Paper from Maize, 1So
  • Sea Grass, Material for, 202
  • Park. London North Side. New. 91. Us
  • Parliamentary Expenses, Railway Companies and, SO)

PARLIAMENTRY INTIGENCE:

  • Captain Grant’s Cooking Apparatus, 52
  • Overworked Railway Servants.
  • Paris. Asphalte Pavement in, 6
  • Paris Exhibition. 166
  • and Marseilles, Improvement of, 339
  • New Boulevart at, 347
  • Underground Railway, 130
  • Parry's Iron and Steel, 3
  • Passages of Ocean Steamships, 161
  • Patent-office, 207. 220
  • Buildings, Proposed, 127
  • Proposed New. 160
  • Report of the Commissioners of Patents, 307
  • Laws. Advantages of a System of, 375
  • Law Commission. 320
  • Commissioners and the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, 375
  • Reform. 365
  • Laws. 39,09
  • M. Michel Chevalier on. 321
  • Searches, and Repatenting of Old Inventions, 219
  • Tribunals. 79, 1•13
  • Patenting of Inventions, 365
  • Patents. 362
  • Abridgments of Specifications of. kc.,236
  • Invalid. 101, 204, 249.'277, 273, k93. :At% 310, 337, 347.36
  • for Invention/021, 292, 32), 317
  • and Patentees. 221
  • Report of the Commissioners of. 1,53
  • Pavement. Asphalte in Paris. 204
  • Valuable. 278
  • Peacock's Lock Gatos for Docks. 320
  • Peat, Hydro-carbon and Paraffin Oils Manufactured from. 227, 330
  • Peninsular and Oriental Company. 329
  • Permanent Way, Ashbury's. Persia. The, 362
  • Peterborough, Wished', and Sutton 373
  • Potties Machinery for Blowing and Exhausting Air 360
  • Petroleum, 7
  • Combustibility, 103, 15.5
  • is Doing. What, 320
  • Photozincography. 273
  • Pier at Blackpool, 18
  • Piles, Driving Machinery for. Simons', 373
  • Pillars, Long. Strength of, 218
  • Pimlico, Railway 13ridgo at, 23
  • Pipe. Long steam, 278
  • Piping, Cast Iron, Stewart’s :36
  • Pistons, Metallic. Bower and Qualter's, 301, 337,
  • Packing, Million's, :37
  • Ripley's, 137
  • Planing Machine. Invention of, 1S9, 201, 219, 246,'247
  • Plant, Railway, Belgian, 1.11
  • limed in the Comity action of the Exhibition, 73
  • Plate, Iron, Experiments,
  • Welding Process. Mr. Bertram’s. 306
  • Working 31,u:bluely at, the Exhibition, 232
  • Plating Armour, 25
  • Plates, hon. French Experiments with. 339
  • Platt. Richardson, and Holland's Carding Engines. 361
  • Platt and Richardson's Carding Engines. 2$3
  • Platt and Richardson's Cotton Gins,
  • Platt and Rosecrans' Lamps, :;,y,
  • Ploughmen of England, Champion. 160
  • Ploughs. Steam, Housman's, 213
  • Trial of, at Farningham, 1
  • Plymouth, Destruction of the Breakwater Fort. MI
  • Fortifications at, 12::
  • Proposed Fort tit, 1
  • Pneumatic Despatch, 91, 319
  • Polytechnic institution, 9
  • Pontifex's Refrigerators for Cooling Worts,
  • Pooley's Weighing Machines, 1S"
  • Port Clarence, 105
  • Portpatrick Railway, 176
  • Portuguese Railways, 327, 381
  • Powder. Explosive, New. 157
  • Power, Horse, Nominal, 82
  • Steam, Cheap, 113
  • in Streams, Right of Water, 60
  • Pradel and Wahl, Feeding Water Apparatus •.17
  • Preece’s Electric Railway Signals, 14)3
  • Premiums. Institute of Civil Engineers, 271
  • Preservation of Stone, 191
  • Press, Printing, Electro-Magnetic. Harrison’s, 2I4
  • Presses. Hydraulic, Samuelson’s, 141
  • Westwood's, OS
  • Wilson's. 109, 262
  • Hydrostatic. Bellhouse and Dorning's, 171
  • Project. The Last New,350
  • Projectiles. Disc Guns and, 233
  • Force of. 2.17. J.4
  • Long and Short, 350
  • Mechanical Properties of. 215'
  • Motion of. Fired from Rifled Arms. &c., 338
  • Penetration of, 215, 2.33, .61), ;$1
  • Rifled Cannon and, 309
  • Whitworth's. 219, 220, 331
  • Propellers, Screw, Wrought Iron, 263
  • Ships. Protection of, 231
  • Propelling rower, Now, 19:r;
  • Proportional of Locomotives, 91
  • Protection of Ships' Propellers, '231
  • Prussia, Navy for, 141
  • Prussian Railways, 343
  • Pulley Blocks, Differential, 1St;
  • Differential, the, 174,136
  • Pulp for Paper, I8
  • Apparatus for the Manufacture of, 245
  • Pumps, Air, 278
  • California, Hansbrow's, 304
  • Centrifugal. 337
  • Diaphragm, Norton's, 23
  • Ships', Portable, 2J9
  • Punch-headed Shot, 3W
  • Punching and Shearing Machines. 191, t19
  • Purification and Testing of Water, 24
  • Putney Bridge. 61
  • Pyrenees, Railway through, 137
  • Queensland Cotton, 320
  • Queenstown, Shortening the Distant o to, C.1
  • Racehorse, Trial Trip of, 39
  • Railroad. American, 61
  • Rails for the French Government, 32u

Railway Accidents, 381

  • Algerian, 130 131113. Now, 334
  • Bombay, Baroda and Central India, 9
  • Brazilian, 9b
  • Railway Calls. 329
  • Companies and Parliamentary Expenses, 300
  • Eastern Counties, (19
  • Extension in Franco. 308
  • in Ireland, 265
  • Grand Trunk. of Canada, 50, 166
  • Great North of Scotland, 200
  • Eastern, 360
  • Western, 89, 95
  • Law, 69
  • London, Chatham, and Dover, 83, 193, 219
  • and North-Western, 95
  • and South-Western, 05, 105
  • Manchester and Liverpool, 362
  • Midland, 95
  • Madrid, Saragossa and Alicante, 287
  • Metropolitan, 333
  • Proposed, 265
  • Subterranean, 350
  • North London, 95
  • Peterborough, Wished], and Sutton Bridge, 378
  • Plant, Belgian, 141
  • Portpatrick, 176
  • Progress in France, 66
  • through the Pyrenees, 137
  • Rolling Stock, 50
  • Roman, 68
  • Stations, Overcrowding of, 92
  • Statistics, 63
  • Subterranean, 65, 75
  • System in Germany, 301, 329
  • Trains, 378
  • Travelling, 37
  • Underground. Accident at, 32
  • for Paris, 136
  • and the Stations, 278
  • Varna, 12
  • Railways, 359
  • Agricultural, 52
  • Brazil, 378
  • in Buenos Ayres, 21, 66
  • in Ceylon, 80
  • Foreign, 161
  • Indian, 35, 327
  • in Italy, 26, '232
  • Portuguese, 327, 381
  • Prussian, 343
  • Roman, 332
  • in Russia, 83. 182
  • Sardinian, 108
  • in Spain, 233
  • Ram, Now Screw, 843
  • Ransome's Thrashing and Raising Corn, 288
  • Ratan Cano as an External Covering for Submarine Cables, 343
  • Refrigerating Apparatus, Siebe's, 275, 276
  • Storehouses, Wood's, 26
  • Refrigerators for Cooling Worts, Pontifex's, 65
  • Regenerative Furnaces, Siemens', 1, 2
  • Relief Fund, Millfields Explosion. 246
  • Report of the Commissioners of Patents, 153
  • Reservoirs, Compensating, 358
  • Resistance. the, 102
  • Trial of, 201, 261
  • Retardation. Electric, .39
  • Ricardo M.P., the Late J. L., 19S Richard's Indicator, 374
  • Rifle, Jager, 334
  • Riggonbach's Artillery Carriage, 137
  • Ripley's Piston; 187
  • River Godavery, Improvement of the, 183
  • Rivett and Hetherington's Preparing Cotton, 363, 364
  • Robert's Hydraulic Engines, 140
  • Robey's Manufacturing and Refining Sugar, 258
  • Rocket and Puffing Billy, :i08
  • The, 174
  • Rolling of Ships, 241, 375
  • Stock Company, 336
  • Roman Railway, 68, 332
  • Roofs, Glazed. to Render Waterproof, 316
  • Rosindell's Method of Separating Solid from Liquid Substances, 77
  • Ross, Mr. A. M., the Late, 93, 193
  • Rotary v. Rotatory, 11
  • Rowan's Steam Hammers, 155
  • Royal Agricultural Society, 378, 379
  • Alfred, 69
  • Engineers, 188
  • Cost of Superintendence by, 205
  • Gun Factories, 173

ROYAL INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN :—

  • Gas Furnaces. By M. Faraday, Esq., 19
  • Mauve and Magenta. By Dr. A. W. Hofmann, F.R.S., 47
  • On Force. By John Tyndall, Esq., 12

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY:—

  • Strength of Long Pillars. By B. B. Stoney, 218
  • Royal Oak, 111, 188
  • Launch of, 156
  • Sovereign, the, 67, 333

ROYAL UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION:—

  • The Character of Gun best Adapted for Naval Warfare, &c. By Capt. E. G. Fishbourne, R.N., C.B., 5
  • Rudders, Double, for War Vessels, 305
  • Lumley's, 845
  • Ships', 79, 125
  • Russia, 361
  • Coal and Ironworks in, 378
  • Railways in, 83, 182
  • Salt Mine, Polish, 362
  • Samuelson's Hydraulic Presses, 141
  • Ships and Vessels, 186
  • Sandford and Mallory's Flax and Fibro Dressing Machines, 213
  • Sardinian Railways, 108
  • Sargeant's Marine Governors, 321
  • Schwartzkopff's Steam Hammers, 316
  • Scientific Social. Reformers, 309
  • Scotch Enterprises in Belgium, 274, 291

SCOTTISH SHIPBUILDERS' ASSOCIATION :—

  • Construction and Equipment of Ships of War, 90
  • On Iron-cased Ships of War, 222
  • Scott's Engines, 112
  • Screw Cocks, Hack and Carter's, 231
  • Screw Experiments, 64
  • Steam Hopper Barge, 200
  • Sew s, Marine, Experimental Trials of, 139
  • Sea Grass a Substitute for Cotton and Material for Paper, 202
  • Sid-, 66
  • Seaham Harbour, 78
  • Separating Solid from Liquid Substances, Rosindell's, 77
  • Sevres and Wedgwood, 79
  • Sewage of Towns, 286
  • Sewerage, 358
  • Sewing Machine, Warranty of, 226
  • Shafts, Strength of, 25, 53
  • Shaw's Brakes, 125
  • Shearing and Punching Machines, 191, 219
  • Shears and Punch, Hydraulic, 286
  • Sheerness, Artesian Well 8t, 154
  • Shells v. Armour Plates, 207
  • Whitworth's Punch-headed Steel, 306
  • Ship, American Iron-clad Turret, 54
  • Iron-cased. for the Turks, 218
  • Iron-plated, for Italy, 250
  • Iron, Sinking of, 102
  • Shipbuilders, Scottish, on Iron-cased Ships of War, 222
  • Shipbuilding, Iron, at Stockton-on-Tees, 132
  • Shipping, Steam, 2E8
  • Trade of Sunderland, 271
  • Ship's Armour, 232, 247. 259, S85

Ships,

  • Construction of, Simons', 332
  • Cupola, 219
  • Cwt. Cole's, 81
  • Diving Boats and Iron-plated, 111
  • Iron, 48
  • Iron-cased, and Naval Guns, 263
  • Iron-clad, American, 848
  • Iron, Destruction of. by Galvanic Action, Induced by Preparation of Copper, 381
  • Fouling of; 156
  • Protection from Fouling, 279
  • Rolling of, 241, :375
  • Rudders, 79, 125
  • and Vessels, Samuelson's, 186
  • of War, Armour-plated Cupola, 120
  • Construction and Equipments of, 90
  • Shoeburyness, Experiments at, 167, 200, 303
  • Shot, Flat-pointed, 849, :365
  • Force of Cannon, 191
  • Punch-headed, 319
  • Shutters, Revolving, Bunnett's, 345
  • Siebe's Refrigerating Apparatus, 275, 276
  • Siemens' Regenerative Gas Furnaces, 1, 2
  • Signals, Electric Railway, Preece's, 108
  • Railway Brakes and Communicating, 1S9
  • Crystal Palace Line, 167
  • and Telegraphing, New System of War, 121
  • Silver's Speed Governors. 305
  • Simons' Construction of Ships, 332
  • Simpson's Boring Machinery, 21, 22, 51
  • Sinking of an Iron Ship, 102
  • Sissons' Machinery for Driving Piles, :378
  • Smith and Coventry's Lathes, 272
  • Smith and Swinnerton's Coke Ovens, 174
  • Smith and Wellstood's Cooking Stoves, 92
  • Smith's Drying Wheat and Other Grain, 216
  • Smith's Letter Balances, 262
  • Smith's Thrashing Machines, 374
  • Smithfield Club and Cattle Show, 307
  • Show, 343

SOCIETY OF ARTS :—

  • Mines, Minerals and Miners of the United Kingdom. By Robert Hunt. F.R.S., 371
  • Utilisation of Peat with reference more particularly to the Manufacture of Hydro-carbon Oils. By B. H. Paul, Ph.D., 330

SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :—

  • Drainage of the Fens. By Mr. T. Latham, 236
  • Inundations of Marshlands. By B. Latham, 346
  • Marine Governors. By P. F. Nursey, 155
  • Steam Carriages. By Mr. A. P. Yarrow, 229
  • Soda Manufacture, History of, 122
  • Sounding, Deep SOA, 20:3
  • South Kensington Museum, 78
  • Wales Institute of Engineers, 151

SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS :—

  • Application of Machinery to Cutting Coal. By Mr. C H. Waring, 172
  • Mining in the County of Leitrim. By Mr. H. T. James, 172
  • Puddled Steel. By Mr. George Parry, 172
  • Selection and Treatment of Coals for the Blast Furnace and Cupola. By Mr. J. Cox, 171
  • Ventilation of Mines. By Mr. Halo, 173
  • Spain, Irrigation in, 66
  • Railways in, 233
  • Specifications, Provisional and Final, 375
  • Spencer's Steam Engines, 317
  • Spectrum Analysis, 377
  • Spiegeleisen or Looking Glass Iron Ore, 207
  • Spinning, Hetherington, Webb and Craig's, 50
  • Sponges, Acclimatisation of, 207
  • Springs, Woodward's, 344
  • Squaring the Circle, 189, 265, 335. M. 363
  • Standfield's Land and Marine Governors, 262
  • Statistics, Railway, 6:3, 173
  • Statue, Sir Hugh Myddleton's, 63
  • Statues, Public, in London, 32
  • Steam on Common Roads, 34
  • the Danube, 17
  • Hammers, 9, '25, 99
  • Schwartzkopff's, 316
  • Hammer, Joy's, 50, 79, 126
  • and the Marine Engine, Study of, 9S Power, Cheap, 113
  • Rams, 246
  • Train, Bourne's, 299
  • Steamboats, 143, 189, 2114, 219, 233
  • Thames, 56
  • Steamer, First English, 344
  • First, in English Waters, 329
  • Line, Disasters to Ocean, 361
  • Steamers, Cunard, 9
  • Passages of, 108
  • Indo-China Line, 260
  • Iron-plated, for Turkey, 275
  • Steaming, Fast, 300, 305
  • Steamship Enterprises, Great, 201
  • India, LOS Machinery, 309
  • Trial, 269
  • Steamships, 215
  • Double Screwed, 293. 306
  • Ocean Passages of, 161
  • Steel, Bessemer, :349
  • and Brass Wire Cloth in America, 139
  • and Iron, Parry's, 3
  • Making at Krupp's Works, 94
  • Production of, M. Fremy, 156
  • Fuddled, 172
  • A Re-discovered Discovery, 364
  • Steele's Valves, 220
  • Stephenson, George, 180
  • Stephenson, George and Robert. 250
  • Stephenson Memorial Window in Westminster Abbey, 63
  • Stephenson. Robert, and Electricity, 31G Stephenson's Safety Lamp, 320
  • Stephenson Statue, Inauguration of, 218
  • Stevens' Surface Condensers, 23
  • Stewart's Cast Iron Piping, 36
  • Stock, Railway Rolling, 50
  • Stockton-on-Tees, Iron Shipbuilding at, 132
  • Stone, Preservation of, 191, 246
  • Stones, Artificial. 214, 228
  • Storehouses, Refrigerating, Wood's, 21;
  • Stoves, Cooking, Smith and Wellstood's, 92
  • Streets, London, 79
  • Strength of Long Pillars, 218
  • Shafts, '25, 53
  • Strychnine, Antidote for, 17
  • Submarine Telegraphy, 307
  • Substitutes for the Precious Metals, 37
  • Subterranean Railway, 65, 75
  • Suez Canal, 69, 187, 327, 336
  • Question, 288
  • Dock at, 37
  • Sugar, Manufacture of, Miller's, 216
  • Manufacturing and Refining, Robey's, 253
  • Sun, Physical Condition of, 257
  • Sunderland, Shipping Trade of, 271
  • Superheating Apparatus, 55, 129, 145
  • Allchin's, 68
  • Steam, and Generating, Williamson's, 234
  • Surface Condensers, Stevens', 23
  • Hall's, 306
  • Sweden, Steam Fire Engines in, 269
  • Symons' Steam Engine, 175, 206
  • Syphons at the Middle Level Drain, 219, 276
  • Tallow Tree in Algeria, 333
  • Tangye's, Hydraulic Lifting Jacks, 216
  • Target, Alphabetical. 88
  • Now Warrior, 203
  • The Running Deer, 1
  • Taylor's Carding Engines, 170
  • Tees Engine Works. 157
  • Tees-side, Iron Making, 153
  • Telegram, A, 115
  • Telegraph, Atlantic, 13, 161, 260, 307, 347, 361, 381
  • to British Columbia, 333
  • Cables, Sinking of, 136
  • Submarine, Experimental Investigation, etc., 99
  • Hooper's, 5
  • Electric and International, 69
  • Handbook of, 278
  • to India Company, 67
  • Indian, 134
  • The London District, 35)
  • Poles, 99
  • Telegraphic Feat, 33S Telegraphs, Electric Fire, 185
  • by -he Limo light, 370
  • Submarine, Progress of, 63
  • New System of War Signals and, 121
  • Submarine, 307
  • Test, Hydraulic, for Boilers, 27, 35, 50
  • Testing of Anchor;, 8:3
  • of Iron Armour Plates, 81
  • Thames Embankment, 13, 48, 77.78,126, 261, 291, 315
  • Thrashing Machines, Smith's, 374
  • Wear and Tear of, 290
  • and Raising Corn, hansom's, 28S Tidal Observations in the Humber, 214
  • Timber of the Palmyra Palm, Use of, in the Construction of Bridges, 330
  • Tin Mining, Cornish, 102
  • Tito, M.P., Mr., on the Now Bridges over the Thames, 279
  • Toads in Rocks, 66
  • Tooth and Yates' Iron and Steel, 54
  • Tower, Destruction of, by Gunpowder, 193
  • Traction Apparatus. Birkbeck's, 77
  • Locomotive, 126
  • Trade, Coal. 170
  • Cotton, :308
  • Export, 272
  • Iron, on the Toes, 132
  • Marks, Fraudulent, 337
  • Northern Iron, 146, 167, 233
  • Shipping. of Sunderland, 271
  • Welsh Iron, 21
  • Trades, Iron and Machine, 130
  • Welsh Iron and Coal, 271, 878
  • Traffic, London, 315
  • Mineral, in Railways, 377
  • Railway, French, 136
  • Receipts. 3. 22, 36, 54, 68, 134, 144. 155, 180, 19S, 274. 286, 3u7, 315, :3:32, 356,:360, 377
  • Trains, Railway, 378
  • Transatlantic Service, French, 226
  • Trial of the Adriatic, 93
  • Black Prince, 127, 146, 157
  • Racehorse, 89
  • Resistance, 201, 261
  • Steamship, 269
  • Trials of Marine Screws, Experimental, 139
  • Travellers, Prosaic, 108
  • Travelling. Railway, :37
  • Tube Fastens s, Do Normandy's, 109
  • Tubes, Copper. Seamless. 98
  • Tubular Bridge, New, 78
  • Tunnel, Accident at the Malvern Railway, 190
  • through the Alps, Another, 299
  • Mont Conic, 258
  • Under the Indus, 182
  • Tunnelling by Steam, 329
  • Turbine Water Wheels, S, 11, 3S, 41, 53, 78, 169,337, 862
  • Turkey, Exhibition in, 359
  • Iron-plated Steamers for, 275
  • Tyne, Prosperity of, 233
  • Type-Composing and Distributing Machines, Mitchel's, 107
  • Machine, Hattersley's, 143
  • Machinery, 130
  • Tyre, Railway Wheel, Breaking of, 327
  • Tyres, Railway Wheel, Breaking of, 307
  • Underground Railway and the Stations, 278
  • Valentia to the Volga. Arc of Parallel from, 17
  • Valve, Water Safety, Husband's, 51
  • Valves, Steele's. 220
  • of Engines, Beer's, 154
  • Safety, 49
  • Slide, Adam's, 217
  • Friction, Reducing, in, Newton's, 76
  • and Valve Gear, Allen's, 335, 336
  • Steam, 17
  • Varna Railway, 12
  • Ventilation on 13oard Ship, 188
  • of Mines, 173
  • Vessels, American, 48, 143
  • Construction of, with Double Skins, 361
  • Vestiges, Colossal, of the Older Nations, 160
  • Viaduct, Fall of, Hammersmith and City Extension, 292, 320. 305
  • Hownes Gill, 330
  • Vickers' Railway Wheels, 76
  • Visitors to the Exhibition, 278
  • Wagon, Railway, Canadian, 154
  • Wales, Lead and Zinc in, 66
  • Walker, C.E., the Late Mr., 240, 262
  • Walker, Mr., the Late, Will of, 344
  • Walker, Colliery Explosion, 329
  • Walker's Grinding and Washing Mills, 292
  • Warne and Co.'s Consolidated Emery Wheels, 218
  • Warranty of a Sowing Machine, 220
  • Washing Machines, Carr's, 309
  • Water, Flow of, over Weirs, 294, 311
  • Forms and Actions of, 214
  • Power in Streams, Right of, GU Purification and Testing of, 24
  • Spout on a Railway, 126
  • Supply of Newcastle, 67
  • Waterworks, Dublin, 174
  • Waves, Exact Form and Motion of, at and near the Surface of Deep Water, 227
  • Professor Rankine on, 249, 263
  • Weale, Mr. Jno., the Late, 381
  • Weaving Machinery, 68
  • in the Exhibition, 129
  • Weem's Fluid Indicator, 258
  • Weighing Machines, Pooley's, 299
  • Weights and Measures, Decimal System of, 157
  • Weirs, Movable, 358
  • Well, Artesian, at Sheerness, 154
  • Welsh Iron and Coal Trades, 271, 378
  • Trade, 21
  • West Indian and Brazilian Mails, 388
  • Westminster Bridge, 22
  • Westwood's hydraulic Presses, 6S Wheat Cleaning, Johnson's Apparatus, 124
  • Wheel, a Praying, 63
  • v. Rail, 204
  • Wheels, Emery, Consolidated, Warne and Co., 218
  • Railway, 75, 76, 289
  • Railway, Mansell's, 348
  • Wright's, 2.3
  • Turbine Water, 8, 11, 38,41, 53, 78, 169, 337, 362
  • White's Oil Cans or Feeders, 108
  • Whitewash, Brilliant, 105
  • Whitworth and Armstrong Guns, 272
  • Cannon in France, 248
  • Variation in Range of, 259
  • Guns, 334
  • Projectiles, 334
  • Whitworth's Projectiles, 219, 220
  • Punch-headed Steel Shells, 306
  • Winans' Mode of Mounting and Manoeuvring Ordnance, 273
  • Mounting Cannon for Ships, 140
  • Williamson's Generating and Superheating Steam, 234
  • Wilson's Hydraulic Presses, 109, 262
  • Malleable Iron and Steel, 344
  • Winter's Condensing Apparatus, 64
  • Wood-cutting Machinery, 78
  • Machinery, Worssam's, 37
  • Wood-working Machinery, 92, 114, 143
  • in the Exhibition, 27
  • Wood's Refrigerating Storehouses, 26
  • Woodward's Springs, 344
  • Woolwich, 278
  • Arsenal, 165,304
  • Workmen, Engineering, in America, 265, 272
  • French, Banquet to, 134
  • and the International Exhibition, 17
  • Works, Public, on the Eastern Coast, 807
  • Railway, Abroad, 189
  • in Brittany, 208
  • On Setting Out, 260
  • Vulcan-street, Bolckow and Vaughan's, 170
  • Tees Engine, 157
  • Under Water, Wright's Mode of Constructing, 144
  • Worssam's Wood Machinery, 37
  • Wright's Mode of Constructing Works Under Water 144
  • Railway Wheels, 23
  • Yacht, America, the, 247
  • Yarrow and Hilditch's Locomotive Carriages, 23
  • Year, the Past, 379
  • Yule's Machine for Cutting Scrap Iron, 128

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