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The Engineer 1866 Jan-Jun: Index: Illustrations

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The Engineer 1866 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1866 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1866 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1866 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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LIST OF NAMES.

Appold’s Centrifugal Pump, 279

Armstrong’s Gun Carriage, Sir W. G., 398

Armstrong’s Water-pressure Engine, Sir W. G., 380

Ashcroft’s Baling Press, 28

Bailey’s Fusible Plugs, 122

Ball’s Sheep Shears. 14

Balstrode’s Snatch-block Sling, 410

Bass and Co.’s, Boiler Explosion at Messrs., 264

Bowden’s Bellows, 158

Brown’s Armour Plates, 44

Brown and Wilson’s Steam Traveller, 436

Clark’s Combustion Pump, 7

Chalmers’ Shield for Embrasures, 6

China’s Fluid Valve, 104

“Dalston” Lamp, The, 104

Elder’s Steam Steering Gear;395

Elder’s Works, The Late'Mr. David, 256

Ericsson’s Engines, 415

Ericsson’s Monitor of 1854, 338

Ericsson’s Screw Propeller Engine, 283, 286

Fenby’s Lock, 391

Gamble’s Salinometer, 353

Gedge’s Combustibles, 53

Gray’s Steam Rivetter, 144

Gresham’s Injector, 45

Griffiths’ Oil Gas Retorts, 356

Hart’s Affixing Labels, 32

Harvey and Co.’s Ore-separating Machinery, 459

Hick’s Testing Friction of Leather Collars, 394

Holiday’s Blocking Tires, 88

Howard’s Agricultural Engines, 64

Johnson’s Ordnance, 14

Juckes’ Furnace, 432

Juckes’ and Swinburne’s Furnaces, 122

King and Howell’s Expansion Gear, 48

Krupp’s, Breech-loading Ordnance, 25

Lambton Mineral Oil Works, 454

Lancaster’s Cartridges, 65

Lenoir Gas Engine Diagrams, 357

Lindsay’s Locks for Fire-arms, 32

Martin’s Railway Signalling, 272

Mason’s Cotton Press, 268

Maudslay and Field’s Three-cylinder Engine, 107

Maudslay. Spns, and Field’s Engines of the Lord

Warden, Frontispiece

Muesler Safety Lai|^), The, 356

. Porter’s Permanent Way, 25

Ramsbottom’s Bolt-head Machinery, 123

Ramsbottom’s Rolling Machinery, 44

Ramsbottom’s Straightening Copper Stays, 84

Ramsbottom’s Tire-inakirfg Machinery, 468

Ramsbottom’s Tube Ctitter, 123

Ramsbottom’s Valve-facing Machine, 85

Ramsbottom and Co.’s Water-pressure Engine, 324

Richmond and Chandler’s Chaff-cutting Feed Motion.

410 '

Ridley’s Concrete Mixer, 357

Rigg’s Propeller, 93

Scott’s Gun Carriage, Captain, 398

Simon’s Washing Ores, 238

Stevens’ Gun Carriage, 140

Stevens’ Steam Loading Apparatus, 140

Symonds’ T a in-screw Frigate, 265

Taptee Viaduct, The, 105

Thouvenot’s Goods Engine, 68

Todd’s Planing Machine, 414

Walker’s Ships, 65

Webb’s Curvilinear Shaping Machine, 108

Webb’s Ferule Rolling Machine, 176

Welsh’s Filling Barometer Tubes, 137

Whitton’s Presses, 53

Wood’s Revolvers, 14

Worssam’s Sawing Machinery, 84

SUBJECT MATTER.

Armour Plates, 65

Armour Plates Brown’s, 44

Armour Plating, 87

Armstrong’s Hydraulic Machinery, Sir W. G., 249, 234

Arsenal Gun Carriage, The, 398

Atlantic Cable, The, 45

Atlantic Cable, Receiving Apparatus of the, 447

Atlantic Cable, Transmitting Apparatus of the, 433

Ballast Engine of the Winans Yacht, The, 180

Barometer Tubes, Welsh’s, Filling, 137

Bellows, Bowden’s, 158

Boiler, A Collapsed, 141

Boiler Explosion at Messrs. Bass and Co.’s, 264

Bolt-head Machinery, Ramsbottom’s, 123

Bow, The Plough Coulter, 333

Boxes on the Brecon and Merthyr Railway, Sand, 338

Boxes on the North London Railway, Sand, 282

Bridge at Prague, 302

Bridge, The Runcorn, 472

Bridges of Small Span, Railway, 339

Britain, Transverse Section of the Great, 177

Cable, The Atlantic, 45

Carriage, Sir W. G. Armstrong’s Gun, 398

Carriage, The Arsenal Gun, 398

Carriages, Effect of Shot on Gun, 465

Carriage, Captain Scott’s Gun, 230, 398

Carriage, Stevens’ Gun, 140

Cartridges, Lancaster’s, 65

Cycloscope, The, 415

Chaff-cutter Feed Motion, Richmond and Chandler’s,

410

Chimney Cap, The Trisyphon, 213

Cigar Ship. Ballast Engine of the, 180

Combustibles, Gedge’s, 53

Compass Deviation, Preventing, 469

Compressors, Gun Carriage, 196

Concrete Mixer, Ridley’s, 357

Derrylea Peat Works, 231

Diagrams, Lenoir Gas Engine, 357

Dictator, The, 320, 321

Doe Park Reservoir Embankment, 303

Electrical Apparatus, New, 328

Electro-Magnetic Machine, 418

Engine Diagrams, Allen, 185

Engine, Sir W. G. Armstrong’s Water-pressure, 380

Engine for the Colonies, Ten-horse, 306

Engine, Ericsson’s Screw Propeller, 283, 286

Engine, Maudslay and Field’s Three-cylinder, 7

Engine, North London Railway. Standard, 162

Engine, Ramsbottom and Co.’s Water-pressure, 324

Engines, Ericsson’s, 415

Engines, Howard’s Agricultural. 64

Engines of the Lord Warden. Frontispiece

Engines on the North London Railway, 21-

Exhibition, The, Paris:

Radial, Sectional Elevation, 252

Details of Intermediate Galleries, 451, 360

Details of Trough Girders, 376

Ferule Rolling Machine, Webb’s, 176

Frigate, Captain Symonds’ Twin-screw, 265

Furnace, Juckes’, 432

Furnaces, Juckes and Swinbourne’s, 122

Gear, King and Howell’s Expansion, 48

Grain, Decorticating, 88

Grate, for the War Office, Ventilating, 141

Grimwith Reservoir, Section of the Valve Well, 303

G un, The, 600-pounder, 248

Gun Slides, Competitive, 230

Hall of Science and Art, Central, 321

Hatches (Diagram), Engine-room, 273

Hydraulic Machinery, SirW. G. Armstrong’s, 234,249

Hydraulic Tube Company’s Machinery, 197, 200, 216

Ice Moulds, 21

Indian Railways, 3, 42

Injectors, Gresham’s, 45

Instruments, Telegraphic, 81

Kew Magnetographs, The, 159

Kilns, Brick, 212

Labels, Hart’s Affixing, 32

Lamp, The “Dalston,” 104

Lamp, The Muesler Safety, 356

Loading Apparatus, Stevens’ Steam, 140

Lock, Fenby’s Retainer, 391

Locks for Fire-arms, Lindsay’s, 32

Locomotive Thouvenot’s Goods, 68

Magnetographs, The Kew, 159

Medal, The Albert, 239

Millstones, Ventilating, 213

Monitor of 1854, Ericsson’s, 338

Naugatuck, The, 140

Oil Works, The Lambton Mineral, 454

Ore, Separating Machinery, Harvey and Co.’s, 450

Ordnance, Johnson’s, 14

Ordnance, Krupp’s Breech-loading, 25

Peat Works, The Derrylea, 231

Permanent Way, Porter’s, 25

Photographic Apparatus, The Sun Spot, 137

Pile-cutting Machine, 342

Planing Machine, Todd’s, 414

Plugs, Bailey’s Fusible, 122

Precipitating Machinery at Great Consols Mine, 377

Press, Ashcroft’s Baling. 28 I

Press, Mason’s Cotton, 268/

Presses, Whitton’s, 53I

Propeller, Rigg’s, 93“

Puddling Furnace, 101'

Pump, Appold’s Centrifugal, 279

Pump, Clark’s Combustion, 7

Railway Engines on the North London, 24

Rdlways. Indian, 3, 42

Receiving Apparatus of the Atlantic Cable, 447

Retorts, Griffith’s Oil Gas, 356

Revolvers. Wood’s, 14

Rivetter. Gray’s Steam, 144

Ro ling Machinery, Ramsbottom’s, 44

Roof Diagrams. Arched, 174

Salinometer, Gamble’s, 353

Samphire after Collision, The, 155

Sawing Machinery, Worssam’s, 84

Shaping Machine, Webb’s Curvilinear, 108

Shears, Ball’s Sheep, 14

Shield for Em brasures, Chalmers’, 6

Ship, Machinery of the Cigar, 171

Ships, Diagrams of, 155, 835

Ships. Walker’s, 65

Signalling, Martin’s, 272

Sling Bulstrades, Snatch-block Sling, 410

Stays, Ramsbottom’s Straightening Copper, 84

Steering Gear, Elder’s Steam, 395

Switch, Telegraph, 112

Testing Friction of Leather Collars, Hick’s, 394

Tip, Hydraulic, 126

Tires, Holiday’s Blocking, 88

Tire-making Machinery, Ramsbottom’s, 468

Tires, Webb’s Cast Steel, 212

Transmitting Apparatus of the Atlantic Cable, 433

Traveller at Blackfriars Bridge, Steam, 436

Tube-cutter, Ramsbottom’s, 123

Tubes, Cold Drawn Steel, 197, 200, 216

Valve, Ching’s Fluid, 104

Valve Diagrams, Slide, 113, 138

Valve-facing Machine, Ramsbottom’s, 85

Valves, The Friction of Slide, 161

Ventilating Millstones at Berlin, 213

Viaduct, The Taptee, 105

Wagon to Tip on Both Sides, 196

Washing Ores, Simon’s, 238

Water-pressure Engine, Sir W, G. Armstrong’s, 380

Water-pressure Engine. Ramsbottom and Co.’s, 324

Water-pressure Machinery, 284

Webb's Cast Steel Tires, 212

Winans’ Yacht, The Ballast Engine of the, 180

Winans’ Yacht, Machinery of the, 171

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