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The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1867 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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Abbey Hills Pumping Station, 176, 178, 180, 203, 206,

226, 248, 270, 271, 272

Abyssinia, Surveying in, 474

Abyssinian Expedition, 303

Accident, Railway, in India, 106

Accidents, Colliery, in North Staffordshire, 60

Act, London Traffic, 186

Acts Factory, New, 298

Adams and Whiteman's Railwa Ticket Printing

Apparatus, 3 LG

Admiralty, Mr. Seely and the, 540

Admission to the Palaces, Museums, &c., during the

Paris Exhibition, 22

Aeronautical Society of Great Britain, 33

Agricultural Machinery, British and Foreign, 345

Algeria, 258

Algeria, Irrigation Works in, 60

Alloy, Iron, with Tungsten 472

Alps, Railway Across the

Amber, Australian, 311

Amalgamation of South-Eastern and London and

Brighton and South Coast Railways, 462

America, Extinction of Fires in, 458

America, Monetary System of, 95

American Dovetailing Machine, 424

American Gun at Shocburyness, 97

American Ordnance, 232

American Reapers and Mowers in France, 209

Amsterdam, Slip Roof at, 28, 30

Anatomic of Ye Engineere, Yc, 470

Aneroids, Errors of, at Various Pressures, British

Association, 241

Arsenial Poisons, 130

Anti-incrustator, Electrical, Note on, 483

Apparatus for Sinking Foundations of Railway

Bridges over the Pregel, 104

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, 11, 14, 32,54, 130, 160, 179, 185

Appleby’s Donkey Pump, 129, 145

Appointments, Engineering, 73

Appointments, Naval. 61. 91

Arcs, Circular, Approximate Lengths of, 229, 273 Armour Plate, 15?n., was Made, How, 262

Artillery and Other War Material Produced, at the

Paris Exhibition, 471, 489, 509, 531

Arsenal, Explosion at the Royal, 419

Ashcroft’s New Rail, 446

Asphaltum, Trinidad, 414

Association, Manchester Boiler, 209

Atlantic and Great Western Railway Report, 344

Atlantic Telegraph, 75

Atmosphere of London. 95

Australia, South, Telegraph in, 516

Austria, Production and Manufacture of Metals in, 478

Austria, Technical Education in, 186

Austria, Telegraph in, 488

Austrian Batteries for Mountain Service, 211

Awards, Billancourt, 444

Awards, Distribution of Paris Exhibition, 1, 63

Awards, Jurors’, Powis, James and Co., 57

Awards of Prizes for Agricultural Machinery, Paris Exhibition, 472

Bailey and Co.’s Boiler Fitting, 274

Balloon at the Champs de Mars, 303

Bank, London and County, 106

Parff’s Petroleum Furnace, 487

Barnsley, Experiments with Safety Lamps, 462

Barrow-in-Furness, 279

Bates’ Prize Press, 443

Bathing Barges, 479

Batteries, Mountain Gun, 440, 442

Batteries, Austrian, for Mountain Service, 211

Bavaria, Iron and Machine Works in, 511

Beaming Machine, Self-stopping, 400

Beams, Cast Iron, 381

Beams, Strength of, 381, 405

Belgian Goods Locomotive, 199, 202

Belgians, 73

Belgian Rails, 274

Belgium, 86. 519

Berbice, Engines of the Steamer, 72, 74

Bermuda, Floating Docks for, 9

Bernay’s Centrifugal Pump, 26

Bessemer Rails in France, 124

Bethell Creosoting Process on the Strength of Timber, Effect of, 427

Bhore Ghaut Incline, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 538

Billancourt Awards, 444

Biarritz, Port of, 54

Bills, Private, of the Coming Session. 501

Bills, Private, End of the Session, 157

Birkenhead, Coal Shipment at, 11

Birmingham, Trade of, 331

Bitumen in Gas Making, 503

Block, Self-oiling Plummer, Martinet’s, 39

Blower, Roots’, 146

Board of Trade, Railway Department, 266

Boiler Explosion, Bradford, 502

Boiler Filling, Bailey and Co.’s, 274

Boiler Fittings, 169

Boiler Tubes, How, Should not be Feruled,.281

Boilers, Danubian Steamship Company’s, 146

Boilers, Evaporating Power of Steel and Iron, 137

Boilers, Priming of, 117

Boilers, Setting, 146

Boilers, Steam Exhaust Pipes Inside, 512

Boilers, Steel, 91

Boilers, Steel, Evaporation in, 58

Bolts, Parson’s, 391

Bolts of Locomotives, Cutting the Stay, 80

Bombay Irrigation of, 519

Bolts, Patent, Parson’s, 16

Bombay, Steam Road Roller for, 387

Bombay, Victoria and Albert Museum, 128, 136

Boring Machine, Diamond Rock, 296

Borers, Rock, Gems, their Cutting and Uses as, 195, 246, 267, 293

Bovill’s Patent, 408

Brake Rails, 502, 518, 539

Brakes, Clarke’s Continuous Chain, 345

Brazils, Steam Navigation in, 265

Breech-loaders, Competitive, 4

Bridge Across the Bosphorus, 222, 230

Bridge, Brigham, Cumberland, 333

Bridge, New, at Hutchesontown, Glasgow, 273, 275, 278 " . n-

Bridge, Railway, of Boats on the Rhine at Maxau, 6o, 66, 67

Bridge, Railway, over the Pregel, Foundations of, 102

Brid fiuspe nsion, over the Dordogne at Cubzac, 6, 8 Bridges, Dead Weight in, 231

Boring Machinery, Bergstrcem’s, 261

Bridges on the Highlands, Railway, 223

Bridges, New System, Ralway Structures, 219, 222, 309, 330

Bridges, Railway, 476

Bristol, 363

British Association. 185, 207

Account of Bergstroem’s Boring Machine at the Perseberg Mines, Sweden, by C. Le Neve Foster,

B. A., &c., 261

Aneroids, Errors of, at Various Pressures, by Balfour Stewart, LL.D., 241

Approximate Drawing of Circular Arcs of Given Lengths, by W. J. M. Rankine, C.E., &c., 229, 273 Constructing the Surface of Sheets, &c., New Mode, by Jos Mitchell, F.R S E., 263

Construction and Works of the Highland Railway, by Jos. Mitchell, F.R.S.E., 223

Covered Lifeboats, by Mr. Geo. Maw, F.G.S., 226

Electrical Induction of Mr. Hooper’s Insulated Wires Compared with Gutta-percha Insulated Wires, by Mr. W. Hooper, 276

Eneineerin Manufacture of Dundee, by Mr. J. G.

Orchar, 23 4

Experimen tai Researches on the Mechanical Properties of Steel, by W. Fairbairn, LL.D., 235

Flushing Lights for Beacons and Buoys, by Messrs.

D. and T. Stevenson, and Designed by Mr. C. W. Siemens, F.R.S.,

Force and Matter, by Dr. John Tyndall, F.R.S., 204

Fuel, Consumption of, by Mr. Wm. Patterson, C.E. 239

Geography and Ethnology, 219

Iron and Steel at the Paris Exhibition, by Mr. Jno.

Fernie, 294

Liberation of Chlorine from Hydrochloric Acid, by Mr. Walter Weldon, 241

Mathematical and Physical Science, 219

Mechanical Science, by Professor W. J. M. Rankine,

C. E., &c., 201

Mode of Determining the Speed of Steam Vessels at the Measured Mile, &c., by Admiral Belcher, 261

Next Meeting of, 237

President’s Address, 200

Reaping Machinery, by Rev. Patrick Bell, 233

Report on Condensation and Analysis of Tables of Steamship Performances, 229

Report of the Lunar Committee, by W. Glaisher, 224

Steam Cultivation, by W. D. Greig, 238

Stono, Decay of, Its Cause and Prevention, by Mr.

John Spiller, F.C.S., 235

Telegraph Thermometer, by Prof. Wheatstone, 250

Theory of Reciprocal Polar Figures to the Construction of Diagrams of Forces, by J. C. Maxwell, F.R.S., 402

Tourist Indicator, by Mr. Bazalgette, C.E., 238

Tunnelling Machinery, by Mr. H. Haupt, C.E., 227

Use of Movable Seats for Slide Valves, by Jas. Napier, F.R.S., and W. J. M. Rankine, LL.D., &c., 247, 336

British Association of Gas Managers: Extraction of Ammonia from Gas and the Utilisation of the Product. By Mr. Anderston, 31

British Association, Official Programme, 167

British Iron Trade, 430

Brown and Sharpe, Screwing Machine, 53, 54

Brown, Sir John, 197

Bullets in Wounds, Detection and Extraction of, 153

Bursting of the Wivern’s Gun, 426

I Bury St. Edmunds Show, 23, 26, 49, 73

Bury St. Edmunds Show, Clayton, Shuttleworth

Co., 75

Bury St. Edmunds Show, Deacon and Wood, 80

Bury St. Edmunds Show, Smith and Grace, 93

Cables and Anchors, Chain, 510

Cables, Submarine, Electrical Tests of, 18, 79

Cables and Wires, Insulated, M r. Hooper’s, 276

Caledonian Railway Company, Meeting, 281

Campooly Station, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 5

Canada. Emigration to, 438

Canal Basin Foundry, Diagrams from Engines, Constructed at, 174

Canal on Fire, Setting, 45S

Canal, Ganges, 363

Canal of the Loire, 257

Canal, Ship, in Holland, 247

Cannon, Discharge of by Electricity, 298

Cannon with a History, A, 422

Carriage, State Saloon, The East Indian Railway, 109

Carter and Edwards’ Rifle, 496

Carter and Edwards’ New Rifle Musket, 174

Casting. Gigantic, 276

Chain Cables and Anchors, 510

Challenge, Competition of Safes, Paris Exhibition, 125, 170

Channel Squadron at Sea, 224

Charing Cross Compound Rail, 519

Chassepot Rifle, 483, 516

Chatham, Siege Operations .at, 249

Chatham, Siege Works, Flying Bridge, 460

Chatwood’s Safes, 89

Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products, 111, 143, 187

Cherbourg to Brest. Railway from, 81

Chili, Mining and Wages in, 541

Chimney Furnace, 125

China, Engineering in, 274

Chlorine from Hydrochloric Acid, Liberation of,

British Association, 241

Circle Maker, Johnson and Woolley’s, 534

Civil and Mechanical Engineers’ Society, 81

Chubb and Fry’s Communicating in Trains, 96

Clark’s Continuous Chain Railway Brakes, 345

Clayton, Shuttle worth, and Co., Bury St. Edmunds

Show, 75

Clerkenwell Explosion, 513

Club House, Junior Carlton, Pall Mall, 94

Coal-cutting by Machinery, 374, 519

Coal Digging in Japan, 472

Coal, Exports of, 434

Coal Exports to France, 72

Coal, Paris Exhibition, 3, 59

Coal Shipments at Birkenhead, 11

Coal, Supply of, 358

Coal, Utilisation of Small, 125

Coaling in the Pacific, 537

Collieries and Ironstone Mines Inspectors’ Reports, 466, 524

Colliery Accidents in North Staffordshire, 40

Colliery Disasters, 444

Colliery, New, near Barnsley, 274, 303

Colliery, Oaks, Opening of, 217, 269, 454, 487, 502, 514

Colliery Ventilation, 504

Commercial Competition, 462

Commercial Downfall of Great Britain, Alleged, 321,

346, 363, 428. 429, 444. 458

Commission, Sheffield, 35

Commissioner of Sewers, 358

Communicating in Trains, Messrs. Chubb and Fry’s,

96

Communication between Passengers and Guards. 419

Company, Lyman Refrigerating Transportation, 329

Company, Shareholders of Shackleford, Ford, and,

Meeting. 73

Company, Staveley Coal and Iron, 185

Company, Universal, Suez Maritime Canal, 119

Company, Worcester Engine Works, General Meeting,

106

Companies, Metal and Ore, New, 294

Companies, Metropolitan Gas, 217

Compressed Air and Water Pressure, The New Motive

Forces, 41

Compressed Fodder for the Abyssinian Expedition,

419

Condenser for Horizontal 10-Horse Engine, 493

Constructing Roadways, British Association, 263

Consumption of Fuel, British Association, 239

Consumption of Smoke in the Potteries, 47, 343

Contract for Cable between England and Belgium, 89

“ Contract,” Fleet, The, 280

Contracts, Public, 522

Conversazione, Institute of Architects’, 11

Corn Drills, Hawkes ami Spencer’s, 52

Courtney and Stephens’ 70-Horsc Marine Engine, 399,

404

Courts, New Law, 106, 153

Craft, Strange, The Mystery, 284, 301, 319, 341

Crane, Direct-Acting Steam, Trial of, 358

Crane, Overhead Traversing, 331

Cranes, Steam, Dallam Forge Company, 535

Crystal Palace, The, 434

Cubzac, Suspension Bridge Over the Dordogne at, 6, 8

Cultivation, Steam, British Association, 238

Curves, Railway, Setting out, 478

Curves, Superelevation of the Outer Rail in, 285, 323,

346

Cylinders, Jacketted, 160,179

i, and I

Dallam Forge Company, Steam Cranes, 535

Dams, Continental, Plans and Sections, 312

Danae, The, 333

Danube, Steam Navigation, 483

Danubian Steamship Company’s Boilers, 146

Darien Canal Lino, Survey of, 502, 518, 539

Davies’ Steam Striker, Paris Exhibition, 27

Davy’s, Marie, Element Compared with Daniell’s, 493 Deacon and Wood, Bury St. Edmunds Show, SO Deaths

- Bonnelli, M.

Bonnier, Fanny

Burgmann, Major-General Geo. Hildebrand

Carpmael, Esq., Wm.

Delany, Mr. Edward M. J.

De Morgan, Mr. Geo. Campbell

Faraday, Michael

Fowler, Esq., Chas.

Griffiths, Mr. Samuel

Hawthorn. Esq., C.E., Robert

Howe, Elias

Lang, Mr. Oliver W.

McGauley, Professor

May, C.E., Mr. G.

Meacham, Esq., T.

Pearse, Sarah

Peele, Edith

Purcell, Esq., W.

Rosse, Earl of

Stone, C.E., Mr. Henry

Ward, Lieutenant-General

Wheatley, Mr. Alfred

l Decay of Engineering Business, 458

De Chancourtois, M. E. B., Natural and Artificial Production of the Diamond, 33

Demagnetising Iron Ships, 38

Depression in the Hardware Trades, 519

Derbyshire Colliery Owners and Trades’ Unions, 111

Designs, Uniformity in, 320

Diagrams from Engines Constructed by the Canal

Basin Foundry Company, 174

Diagrams of Forces, Theory of Reciprocal Polar Figures to the Construction of, 402

Diagrams, Geometrical Tests of Indicator, 409

Diameter of a Circle, 519

Diamond, Natural and Artificial Production of, 33

Diamond Rock Boring Machine, 296

Diving Bell, 219

Dock, Regent’s Canal, Laying Foundation Stone, 335

Docks, Floating, for Bermuda, 9

Docks, Millwall, Society of Engineers, 109

Double-Cylinder Steam Hammer, Paris Exhibition, 17

Dovetailing Machin , American, 424

Dovetailing by Machinery, 405, 424

Drainage, Metropolitan Main, 176, 178, 180, 203, 206, 226, 248, 270, 271, 272

Drainage of Towns in the Thames Valley, 317, 372

Drying, Grain, Apparatus, 253

Dry-makings in Holland, 269

Dudgeon’s Tube Fixer, 356

Dundee, Engineering Manufacture of, British Association, 234

Durability of Rails, 522

Dutch Government, Rails for, 54

Dutch Rails, 140

Duties, Foreign and Import and Export, Metals, 73

Dykes in Holland, Critical State of, 333

Editors and Advertisers, Messrs. Powis, James, and Co., 182, 209

Education, Technical, 102, 110, 118, 285, 321, 338, 410, 429, 430, 458, 516

Education, Technical in Austria, 186

Education, Technical, in Great Britain, 36, 59, 68, 80, 90

Education, Privy Council and Scientific, 145

Education of our Workmen, 93

Efficiency of Heat Engines, 179

Electrical Anti-incrustator, Note on, 483

Electrical Machine. New, 465

Electrical Tests of Submarine Cables, 18, 79

Electricity, Animal, 373

Electricity, Simultaneous Discharge of Cannon by, 298

Embankment of Tidal Lands, 283, 534

Engine, Agricultural, Trial at Billancourt, 179

Emigration to Canada, 438

Engine, Compound, Paris Exhibition, 12, 15

Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. Fox, Walker, and Co., 484

Engine, Horizontal, Paris Exhibition, 132, 137

Engine, Horizontal Combined, at the London Jute Works, 173

Engine, Horizontal 10-Horse, Condenser for, 493

Engine, Hot Air, Shaw’s, Paris Exhibition, 6

Engine, Locomotive for, Great Eastern Railway,

Creusot, 177

Engine, Passenger, Messrs. Kitson and Co., 150,152

Engine, Passenger, Messrs. Stephenson and Co., 439, 446

Engine, Portable, M. Nillus’, 33, 34

Engine, Steam Fire, First English, fora French Town, 303

Engine, Traction, M. Albarez, 360

Engine, Traction, M. Lotz, 364

Engine, Traction, Messrs. Ransome and Sims’, 112, 117

Engineering, Atmospheric, 285

Engineering Appointments, 73

Engineering Business, Decay of, 458

Engineering in China, 274

Engineering, Foreign Mechanical, 461

Engineering, Marine, 158

Engineering, Marine, French, 57

Engineering, Marine, in the Navy, 319, 346

Engineering, Manufacture of Dundee, British Association, 234

Engineering Works at the Harbour of Refuge, 72

Engineering Works upon the Maritime Seine, &c., 394

Engineers and Contractors, 445

Engineers’ Education, 502

Engineers, Naval, 258

Engineers, Would-be-, 279

Engineers in the Royal Navy, 145

Engines, Air, 260

Engines, Air, Theory of a Class of, By W. J. M. Lan-kine, C.E., F.R.S., 141, 393

Engines and Boiler, Twin Screw Yacht, 147, 148

Engines and Boilers of the Jumna, 374, 382

Engines and Boilers, Poaching, at Lloyds Paper Mills, 70, 78

Engines, Compound, 13

Engines, Heat, Efficiency of, 179

Engines of HM. Sloop Sappho, 38

Engines, High Pressure, 510

Engines on the Highway, 142

Engines, Horizontal Non Condensing, 91, 92

Engines of the Ironclad Friedland, 53, 56

Engines, “ Locking-up,” 301

Engines, Marine, 70-Horse, 399, 404

Engineers, Mechanical, and their Prices, 381

Engines, Portable, Racing, 208

Engines, Portable, 133

Engines, Portable Steam, 158

Engines, Pumping. Cornish, 415

Engines, Pumping at Crossness, Inst. M.E., 402

Engines, Pumping, Small, 461

Engines, Road, 224

Engines, Road, Novel Race of, 185

Engines of the Steamer Berbice, 72, 74

Engines, Steam Fire, New York, 265

Engines, Three Cylinder Marine, 113

Engines, Winding, 2oO-Horse Power, 252, 255, 256

Engines, Winding, for the Moira Colliery Company, 479, 502, 518, 537

England at the Exhibition of 1867, 539

England’s Retrogression, <fcc., 321, 346, 363

English and American Iron Trades, 467

Esparto Grass, 209 . ,

Europe on the Western Hemisphere, 431.

Evaporating Power of Steel and Iron Boilers., 137

Evaporation in Steel Boilers, 58

Evaporator and Granulator, Sugar Cane, Knagg s, 401

Exhibitions, 319

Exhibitions and Bad Laws, What they have done for

England, 410

Exhibitions and their Effects, 518

Experiments with Coal Gas on Safety Lamps, 184, 204, 479

Experiments with the Mackney Gun, 311, 336, 448

Experiments with Safety Lamps, 125

Experiments on Torsion and Flexure for the Determination of Rigidities, By J. D. Everett, 5

Explosion, Boiler, 502

Explosion, Clerkenwell, 513

Explosion, Ferndale Colliery, 419, 446, 454, 48o, o46

Explosion at the Royal Arsenal, 419

Explosions, How they Occur, 523

Exports of Coal, 434

Facing up Slide Valve Seats, 261

Factories, Locomotive, of Germany and Austria, 255

Factory Acts, New, 298

Faraday, Michael, 182

Farragut, Admiral, On the Rodman Gun, 407

Ferndale Colliery Explosion, 419, 446, 454, 483, o46

Fire-arms, Museum of, 502

Fire Escape, New, 168 •

Fire Extinguishing Arrangements for the Metropolis.

By James Shand, 41

Fireproof Theatres, 500

Fires in America, Extinction of, 458

Firing Colliery Fire-damp by Means of the Electric

Spark, 483

Fittings, Boiler, 169 . ... ,

Flashing Lights for Beacon’s and Buoys (Lritisn

Association), 254, 297

Fleet, The “Contract,” 280

Floating Gun Carriages, 301

Floods in India, 456

Flying Bridge, Chatham Siege Works, 460

Fodder, Compressed, for the Abyssinian Expedition, 419

Foot-plates of Locomotives, 232

Force and Matter, British Association, 204 .

Forces, New Motive, Compressed Air and water ires-sure, 41 n R1

Foreign and Colonial Railways, 196, 286, 465, 514

Fortifications, Our, 410

Fosbery Rifle, 417, 446 .

Foundations of the Railway Bridge over the Pregel,

Fowlers’, Messrs., Experiments, Steam Plough, at the

Paris Exhibition, 204

Fox, Walker, and Co., Horizontal Engine, 484

France, Coal Exports to, 72

France, Department Railways in, 523

Franco, Mines of, 438

France, Progress in, 503, 526, 535

France, Railway Management in, 338

French Government Heavy Ordnance, 207

French Inland Navigation, 18

French Marine Engineering, 57

Friedland, Engines of the Ironclad, 53, 56

Fuel, Consumption of, British Association, 239

Fuel, Patent, 321

Fuel, Peat, 521

Fuel, Petroleum, 399

Fuel, Petroleum as, for Locomotives, 148

Fuel, Petroleum as Steam, 130

Furens Viaducts, 312, 313

Furnace Chimney, Great, 125

Furnace, Hot Blast Cupola, Krigar and Eichorn’s. 456

Furnace, Juckes’, Hart’s Modification of, 16, 35, 54, 81

Furnace, Petroleum, Barff’s, 487

Galloway, Messrs. W. and J., Horizontal Non-Condensing Engines, 91. 92

Gas Coal, Experiments with, on Safety Lamps, 184,

Gas Companies. Metropolitan, 217

Gas Down a Fit. faking, 461, 537

Gaslighting, Early, 440

Gas, Lojidon, 455

Gas-making, Bitumen in, 503

Gas Retorts, Drawing and Charging, 358

Gas, Utilisation of Blast Furnace, 73

Gas Washing Apparatus, 31

Gases, Flow of, 11, 79

Gasometers, Large, 323

Gates, Hanging Railway, 10

Gellerat’s Steam Road Roller, 476

Gems, their Cutting and Uses as Rock Borers, 195.

246, 267, 293

General Joiner. By Mr. Worssam, jnn., 210

German and Austrian Rail Manufactories, 273

Germany and Austria, Locomotive Factories in, 255

Germany, South, Notes from, 78, 504

Gii ders, Webs of, 93

Glasgow, University of, 86

Glasgow University, Civil Engineering and Mechanics, 358

Grain Drying, Apparatus, 253

Graphotype Process, 430

Grass, Esp arto, 209

Grave-digging Machine Wanted, 502

Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 430

Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Bhore Ghaut Incline, 538

Great Ocean Ship Race, 247

Great Pacific Railway, 208

Greek Fire, 518

Grindstones, Free Grit, Ransome’s, 358

Gun, 15in., 311

Gun, American, at Shoeburyness, 97

Gun-carriages, 362

Gun-carriages, Floating, 301

Gun, Needle, Inventor of, 512

Gun, Rodman, The, 209, 280

Gun, Rodman, American View of English Experi

ments with, 155

Gun, Rodman, at Shoeburyness, 14

Gun Shields, 137

Gun, Wivern’s, Bursting of, 426

Gunboats, Double Deflecting, 298

Gunboats, New, 538

Guns, Cast Iron, Converted, 482

Guns, Converted, 144

Guns, Heavy, Connection between the Shape and their

Durability, 453. 484

Guns, Loading Monitor, 446

Guns, Mackay, 311, 336, 337, 448

Guns, Strengthened, Major PalUser’s, 133

Guns, Wrought Iron Coil, 10

Hackworth’s Dynamic Valve Gear, 457

Hale’s, Mr., Compensation from Government, 504

Hammer, Dead Stroke Power, Shaw and Justice’s, 400

Hammers, High Speed Tilt, 118

Hanging Railway Gates, 10

Harbours of Refuge, Engineering Works at the, 72

Harrison’s Method of Cleaning the Bottoms of Iron

Ships, 523

Harb’s Modification of the Juckes Furnace, 16, 35, 54,

81

Hawkes and Spencer’s Corn Drills, 52

Haye’s Steam Plough Tackle, 455

Heincke’s Apparatus, 496

Henley, Mr. W. T., Contractor for the New Cable between England and Belgium, 89

Hercules, The, 273, 435, 467

High Speed Tilt Hammers, 118

Holland, Drymakings in, 269

House of Commons, Reconstruction of, 415

Hung ary, Internal Wealth of, 451

Hurricane in the West Indies, 479

Hutchesontown, New Bridge at, 273, 275, 278

Holland, New Ship Canal, 247

Hooper’s, Mr., Insulated Wires and Cables, 276

Horse-Power, Laws of the Drawing Office and the Law of Nominal, 10

India, Railway Accident in, 106

India, Railways in, 114

India, Telegraph to, 95

Indicator, Diagrams, Geometrical Tests of, 409

Indicator, Tourist, British Association, 238

Industrial Instruction, Paris Exhibition in its Relation to, 28

Infantry Rifle of the Future, 37

Injector, Recent Improvements on the, 511, 521

Inspection, Official, of the Huddersfield and Kirkburton Railway, 263

Institution of Civil Engineers : —

Candidates as Students Admitted, 492 .

Description of the Victoria Bridge, by W. Wilson,

498

Election of Members, 487

Experiments on the Removal of Organic and Inorganic Substances in Water, by Mr. Edwd. Byrne, M.I.C.E., 438

New Railways at Battersea, by Mr. C. D. Fox, 498

Premiums Awarded, 38, 516

Students’ Class, Creation of, 72

Institution of Mechanical Engineers

Civil and Mechanical Engineers Society, 302

Description of the Pumping Engines at Crossness, by Mr. Gilbert Hamilton, 402

Steam Pile Driver, with Endless Chain, by P. B.

Eassie, 402

Steam Steering Gear, by Mr. J. McFarlane Gray

Visit to Paris, 59

Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland:—

Inaugural Address of the President, 494, 524, 536

Institute of Architects. Conversazione, 11

Instruments, Philosophical, Rare, 108

Inventor of the Needle Gun, 512

India, Floods in, 456

Ireland, Railways in, 201

Iron, British Railroad, 135

Illyrian, Launch of, 203

Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and Other Districts, 21, 47, 61, 83, 99, 123, 139, 167,193, 217, 244, 265, 291, 307, 327, 351, 369 391, 415, 433, 451, 469, 4S8, 508, 530, 545

Iron for Making Agricultural Machinery, Useful Hint

197

Iron, Malleable Cast, 94

Iron Forts, Proposed Plan, 153

Iron and Machine Works in Bavaria. 511

Iron by Magnetism, Testing. Saxby’s Method, 463

Iron, Paris Exhibition, 64, 90, 268. 294

Iron, Pig, Dr. Percy and Air. Keely, 187

Improvements, Westminster, 260

Iron Preservatives, 177

Iron Roofs, 182

Iron Trade, 113

Iron Trade, British, 430

Iron Trade of North Staffordshire, 537

Iron Trades, English and American, 457

Iron with Tungsten, To Alloy, 472

Ironworks, South Boston, U.S.,453

Ironworks in Wales, 130

Ironclads, 130

Irrigation of Bombay, 519

Irrigation Works in Algeria. 60

Iron, Melting, with Charcoal, 405, 425, 457

Jacketted Cylinders, 160, 179

Japan, Digging Coal in, 472

Japan, Mining in, 250

Jensen’s Roller Wheel Gearing, 493

Johnson and Woolley's Circle Maker, 534

Jottings about Thames Steamers, 303

Jupkes’ Furnace, Hart’s Modification of, 16, 35, 54, 81

Jumna, Trial Trip of, 47

Junior Carlton Club House, Pall Mall, 95

Jupiter’s Moons, Disappearance of, 135

Jurors’ Awards, Powis, James, and Co., 57

Krigar and Eichorns’ Hot Blast Cupola Furnace, 456

Knagg’s Cane Sugar Evaporator and Granulator, 401

Lamp for Wellington Pier, Bombay, 333

Lamps, Safety, 502

Lamps, Safety, Experiments with, 125, 462

Lamps, Safety, Experiments with Coal Gas on, 184, 204, 479

Lamps, Safety, in Mines, 303, 479

Landtsheer’s, M., Compound Engine, 12, 15

Lattice Arches, 481, 499, 521

Launch of the Illyrian, 203

Law Courts, New, 106, 153

Law Intelligence :—

Blake v. Archer, 422

Bovill v. Cowan, 100

Bowditch v. Baker, 266

Laws of the Drawing Office and the Law of Nominal

Horse-Power, 10

Laws, Labour, New, 250

Leading Articles

Algeria, 258

American Ordnance, 232

American View of English Experiments with the

Rodman Gun, 155

Assistant Engineer and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, 14

Atlantic Telegraph, 75

Barrow-in-Furness, 279

Bridges, Dead Weight in, 231

British Association, 207

Bursting of the Wivern’s Gun, 426

Canal of the Loire, 257

Commercial Competition, 462

Conversion of our Wooden Ships, 134

Converted Cast Iron Guns, 482

Durability of Rails. 522

Editors and Advertisers, 182

Education of our Workmen, 93

Engineers and Contractors, 445

Engines, Locking-up, 301

England at the Exhibition of 1867, 539

Evaporation in Steel Boilers, 58

Event of the Year, The, 405

Exhibitions, 319

Faraday, Michael, 182

Fireproof Theatres, 500

Floating Gun Carriages, 301

Foot-plates of Locomotives, 232

Foreign Mechanical Engineering, 461

French Marino Engineering, 57

Great Pacific Railway, 208

Gun Carriages, 362

Infantry Rifle of the Future, 37

Injector, The, 521

Iron Roofs, 182

Iron Trade, 113

Locomotives, Outside and Inside Cylinder, 341

Magnetism of Nickel and Cobalt, 76

Major Palliser’s Strengthened Guns, 133

Malleable Cast Iron, 94

Marine Engineering in the Navy, 319

Martin Process of Steel Making, 499

Metropolitan Railway, 341

Mokta-el-Hadid, 302

Monetary System of America, 95

Patent Jurisdiction, 482

Peat Fuel, 521

Portable Engines, 133

Prime Cost, 405

Professional Monopoly, 75

Public Contracts, 522

Public Works in Spain, 426

Pumping Engines, Small, 461

Raciug Portable Engines, 208

Rails, 539

Railway Legislation, 13

Railway Traction, 361

Railways in India, 114

Revolvers, 426

Road Making by Steam, 301

Rodman Gun, 280

Rodman Gun at Shoeburyness, 14, 209

Seely, Mr., and the Admiralty, 540

Self-acting Railway Signals, 231

Sewage, 257

Sheffield Commission, 35

Ship Breaking, 361"

Smoke and Stone, 258

Society of Engineers, 113, 134

Steam on the Highway, 155 *

Steel v. Iron Rails, 499

Steel Rails, 425

Storm Warnings, 383

Subaqueous Projectiles, 14

Suez Canal, 113

Technical Education in Great Britain, 36

Trade Marks, 445

Trades’ Union Legislation, 406

Uniformity in Designs, 320

Variry Waterworks, 383

Ventilation, 384

Water and Sewage, 75

Waterwitch, 207

Waterworks Legislation, 481

Webs of Girders, 93

Working Steam Expansively, 181

Would-be Engineers, 279

Leather, Paris Exhibition, 284

Leeds Association of Foremen Engineers, Annual Dinner, 502

Leeming’s Looms, 54

Legislation, Railway, 13

Lrtters to the Editor:—

Air Engines, Wm. McNaught, 260

Alleged Commercial Downfall of Great Britain,

E. K. Dutton, 429

Alleged Commercial Downfall of Great Britain, C. H., 346

Alleged Commercial Downfall of Great Britain, W. H. Harrison, 321, 428

Alleged Commercial Downfall of Great Britain, J. 8., 444

Alleged Commercial Downfall of Great Britain,

B. O. W., 346, 458

Alleged Restriction of Patents, Wm. Spence, 537

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, An Assistant, 130, 160

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, An Assistant C.E., 11

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent Society. D. A., 54

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent Society, A. B., 11

Assistant Engineers’and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, E. B., 11

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, S. 13., 54

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Sjciety, J. G. U., 54

Letters to the Editor:—

Assistant Engineers’and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent Society, Jas. Conder, 54=

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, A Draughtsman, 179

Assistant Engineers’and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, Inquirer, 11

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, E. J,, 11

Assistant Engineers’and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, Metallurgist, 32

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, Jos. Newton, 54

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent Society, Thos. Prescott, 54

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, Spero, 11

Assistant Engineers* and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, J. T., 54

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent Society, 8. J. Walters, 11

Assistant Engineers’ and Draughtsmen’s Benevolent

Society, Permanent Way, 11

Atmospheric Engineering, Jno. Scoffern, M.B., 285

Bathing Barges, B. 0. W., 479

Brake Bails, A Railway Inspector, 502

Brake Rails, T. S. P., 518, 539

Bury St. Edmunds Show, Clayton, Shuttleworth, and Co., 75

Bury St. Edmunds Show, Deacon and Wood, 80

Bury St. Edmunds Show Awards, Smith and Grace, 93

Cast Iron Beams, Webster, 381

Civil and Mechanical Engineers, Society, C. Dawson, 81

Colliery Disasters, H. W. Reveley, 444

Compound Ordnance, J. S. Morris, 130

Converted Ships, Wm. Forde, 130

Cost Price, J. B., 405

Covered Lifeboats, A Young Mechanic, 298

Cutting the Stay Bolts of Locomotives, T. W.

Rumble, 80

Darien Canal, B. O. W., 518

Decay of tho Engineering Business, R. Waygood, 458

Diagrams of Forces Applied to Frames, W. J. M.

Rankine, 428

Double Deflecting Gunboats, J. M. Hyde, 298

Dovetailing by Machinery, T. Brown, C.E., 405

Efficiency of Heat Engines, P. Shaw, 179

Electrical Tests of Submarine Cables, Rd. Laming, 79

English and American Iron Trades, B., 457

Esparto Grass, T. Routledge, 209

Facing up Safety Valve Seats, J. W. Mann, 261

Flashing Lights for Beacons, &c., W. D. Hart, 297

Flight of Projectiles, T., 502.

Flow of Gases, Thos. Baldwin, 11

Flow of Gases, R. D. Napier, 79

French Exhibition, The, E. Lacroix, 285

French Government Heavy Ordnance, H. P. Gaudet et Cie., 207

Great Indian Peninsula Railway, J. L. Haddan,

C.E., 430

Greek Fire, W. O’Brien, 518

Handyside’s, Messrs., Winding Engine, Scrutator, 502

Hanging Railway Gates, M;, 10

High-speed Tilt Hammers, H. W. Reveley, 118

Hurricane in the West Indies, H. E. Austen, Lieut.-

Col., 479

Ironclads, W., 130

Jet Pumns. O. R., 502, 537

Jacketted Cylinders, Aveling and Porter, 160

Jacketted Cylinders, E. R. andF. Turner, 179

Jucke’s Furnace, Messrs. Hart’s Modification of, Two Engineers, 54

Jucke’s Furnacjs, F. Colyer and Co., 35, 81

Juror’s Awards, Powis, James, and Co., 57

La Cere and Busseau d’Ahun Viaducts, Wm. Nord-ling, lu

Lattice Arches, C., 521

Lattice Arches, J. E. C., 481

Lattice Arches, N. D. Y., 499

Law of the Drawing Office the Law of Nominal

Horse-Power, Rob Roy, 10

Marine Engineering in the Navy, W. F., 316

Marine Engineering, Paris Exhibition, 1867, N. P.

Burgh, 158

Mechanical Engineers and their Prices, Cost Price,

381

Melting Iron with Charcoal, W. A., 405

Melting Iron with Charcoal, R. F. Mackenzie, 457

Metropolitan Railway, B. D., 381

Metropolitan Railway, P. O., 478

Moira Engines, Walter Scott, 518, 537

Moira Winding Engines, (

Money Orders on the Continent, E. D., 521

Mountain Locomotives, Mont Cenis Railway, R. M., 537

Newspaper Rattening, A. B., 179

Newspaper Rattening, Powis, James, and Co., 209

Ordnance, J. M. Girdlestone, 518

Paraire Looms, Thos. Martin, 10 1

Paraire’s Loom, E. L. Paraire, 32

Paris Exhibition, Prize Medals, Merryweather and

Sons, 57

Park Railings, An Old Londoner, 297

Patent Commission Free Library, Wm. Spence, 32

Patent Law, A. V. Newton, 380

Patent Law as it is, Wm. Spence, 81

Patent Law Reform, Engineer, 380

Patent Law Reform, F. L., 338

Patent-office Library, W. Spence, C.E., 380

Patents, but Better Patents, Edw. K. Dutton, 338

Patents or no Patents, F. W. Campin, 286

Patents or no Patents, W. H., 286

Patents or no Patents, F. L., 33, 80, 81,118,158, 209, 260

Patents or no Patent's, Nemo, 286

Patents or no Patents, Common Sense, 286

Pepper’s Ghost, J. H. Pepper, 346

Petroleum as Steam Fuel, J. Richardson, 130

Portable Steam Engines, J* Pinchbeck, 158

Prime Cost, Geo. Sparkes, jun., 502

Priming of Boil ers, R. D. Napier, 117

Railway Management in France, Viator, 338

Railways in Queensland, Chas. Fox and Son, 118

Railways in Turkey, C. W. Eddy, 458

Raising the Druid, Gwynne and Co., 297

Raising the Steamship Druid, J. W. Roberts, 323

Ratchet Brace, J. Cripps, 80

Ratchet Brace, A. Mathieson and Son, 118

Remarkable Trip, Thos. Boulton, 160

Roads in France, Your Correspondent, 207

Safety Lamps, F. Foster, 502

Scientific Discussion in Manchester, H. S. M. S., 257

Second Law of Thermodynamics, W. J. M. Rankine

32, 54

Setting out Railway Curves, G. J. M., 478

Sewage, Thos. Fenwick, 321

Ship Ventilation, W. Cross, 13

Simpson’s, Capt., System of Propulsion, F. Wise, 155

Simultaneous Discharge of Cannon by Electricity

W. Riddle, 298

Slide Valves, M. Wardle, 261

Smoke and Stone, Jno. Spiller, 285

Society of Engineers, Observator, 130

Steel Boilers, Hie et Ubique, 91

Steel Rails, Robt. Mushet, 444, 457

Street Horse Railway, B. O. W., 323

Strength of Beams, T. M. Cleemau, 381

Strength of Beams, M. D. Y., 405

Suez Canal, D. A. Lange, 32

Superelevation of the Outer Rail in Curves, D. Dav 285, 346

Survey of the Darien Canal Line, E. Cullen, 502, 539

Superelevation of Rails on Curves, W. Johnson, 323

Taking Gas down a Pit, Mining Engineer 537

Taking Gas down a Pit, W. H., 461

Technical Education, A. Adrian!, SO

Letters to the Editor :—

Technical Education, Hyde Clarke, 118

Technical Education, G. G., 321, 410

Technical Education, P. O. Ws, 285

Technical Education, Practical Engineer’s, W. S. EL. 429

Technical Education, Practical Engineers’, F. II. W., 458

Technical Education, Practical Engineers’, A Pupil, 430, 502

Technical Education, Practical Engineers, B. 0. W., 338

Testing the Truth of an Indicator Diagram, N. P.

Burgh, 409

Three-Cylinder Marine Engines. E. R. Dutton, 113

Transactions of the Society of Engineers, Thomas Adams. 380

Trinity House Light at Paris, J. N. Douglas, 118

Trinity House Light at Paris, S. Hodge and Sons, 93

Trinity House, the Paris Exhibition, D. M. Henderson, 91

Wanted, a Grave Digging Machine, “Anthony Wobblejaws,” 502

Waterwitch, Viper Vixen, W. B., 179, 260

Waterworks Legislation, “ Sheffield,” 518, 537

What Exhibitions and Bad Laws have done for

England, R. Waygood, 410, 518

Westminster Improvements, R. J. M., 260

What are We to do with Our Sewage, H. A. James,

C. E,479

Wood Working Machinery, Paris Exhibition, Powis, James, and Co., 158

Wood Working Machinery, Paris Exhibition, S. Worssam, 130

Woolwich Catastrophe, J. Scoffern, M.B., 346

Woolwich Catastrophe, Philander Shaw, 32, 57, 80

Library, Patent Commission, Free, 32

Lifeboats, Covered, 298

Lifeboats, Covered, British Association, 226

Light, Flashing, for Beacons and Buoys, British

Association, 254, 297

Light at Paris, Trinity House, 118

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Lloyd’s Paper Mills, Paper Making Machine, 71, 72

Lloyd’s Paper Mills, Poaching Engines and Boilers, 70, 72, 78

Locomotives, American, Paris Exhibition, 137

Locomotive, Belgian Goods, 199, 202

Locomotive Factories of Germany and Austria, 255

Locomotives, Climbing, 5

Locomotives, Cutting the Stay Bolts of, 80

Locomotives, Foot-plates of, 232

Locomotives, Mountain, 537

Locomotives, Outside and Inside Cylinder, 341

Locomotives, Paris Exhibition, 378, 379, 380, 420, 473, 517

Locomotives, Russian, 414

Loire, Canal of, 257

London, Atmosphere of, 95

London and County Bank, 106

London Gas, 455

London, Shipbuilding Yards, 201

London Association of Foremen Engineers :—

Election of Members, &c., 327

Half-yearly Meeting, 38

Monthly Meeting, 399

Sliding and Screw-cutting Lathe, by Mr. W. Bragg,

London Traffic Act, 186

Looms, Leeming’s, 54

Looms, Paraire, 10, 32

Lord Warden, Trial Trip of, 259

Lubricator, Schloesser’s, 443

Lunar Committee, Report of, 224

Lyman Refrigerating Transportation Company, 329,

Machinery, British and Foreign Agricultural, 345

Machinery, Printing, 245

Machinery, &c., Tenders Accepted by the Liverpool

Town Council, 11

Machines, Type, 187

Mackay Guns, 311, 336, 337, 448

Magnetism of Nickel and Cobalt, 76

Magnetism, Testing Iron by, Saxby’s Method, 463

Malleable Cast Iron, 94

Manchester Boiler Association, 209

Manchester Geological Society, 130

Manufactures in Sweden, 294

Marble Polishing Machine, Pyrenean, 516

Marine Engineering in the Navy, 319, 346

Market, Smithfield, New Meat and Poultry. 151, 154 172, 198,316

Markets, Metal and Timber, 22, 48, 62, 84, 100, 124 140, 168, 194, 218, 244, 266, 292, 308, 328, 351, 370, 392’ 416, 434, 452, 470, 488, 508, 530, 546 ’

Martinet’s Self-Oiling Plummer Blocks, 39

Martin Process of Steel Making, 499

Maxau, Railway Bridge of Boats on the Rhine at, 65 66, 67 ’

Mechanical Industry in Russia, 537

Mechanical Science, 89

Mechanical Prize, Paris Exhibition, Merry weather and Sons, 57

Melting Iron with Charcoal, 405, 425, 457

Merry weather and Sons, Prize Medals, Paris Exhibition, 57

Metal and Oro Companies, New. 2b-t

Metals in Austria, Production and Manufacture of, 478

Metals, Export of to the United States, bo

Metals, Foreign Import and Export Duties, 73

Metals, Machinery and Manufactures, Past and Present, 185

Metals, Now Belgian Tariff, 111

Meter, Gas, Standard, 413

Meter, Water, Myer’s, 386

Meters, "Wet Gas, 375

Metropolitan Board of Works, 541

Metropolitan Gas Companies, 217

Metropolitan Main Drainage, Abbey ‘Mills, Station, 176, 178, 180, 203, 206, 226, 248, 270, 271, 272

Metropolitan Railway, 341, 381, 425, 478

Metropolitan Street Traffic, 496

Metropolitan Tramways, 440, 537

Mhow-kee-Mullee Viaduct, Great Peninsula Railway, 519

Microscopes, Paris Exhibition, 15

Midland Railway, Extension of, 116

Mill, Destruction of the Pittsburgh Rolling, 504

Millwall Docks, Inspection of Society of Engineers, 109

Mines, Collieries, and Ironstone Inspectors’ Reports, 466, 524

Mines of France, 438

Mines and Metals, Prussia, 438

Mines, Society, Yorkshire, Inspection of, 438

Mines, Ventilation of, 492

Mining in Japan, 250

Mining in Turkey and Spain, 243

Mining and Wages in Chili, 541

Ministerial Whitebait Dinner, 135

Miscellanea, 7, 29, 55, 69, 87, 107, 131, 149,175, 205, 225, 251, 277, 295, 318, 339, 359, 377, 403, 423, 441, 459, 475, 495, 515, 533

Moira Colliery Company, Winding Engines for, 479, 502, 518, 537

Mokta-el-Hadid, 302

Molecular Physics, 536

Money Orders on the Continent, 521

Monetary System of America, 95

Monopoly, Professional, 75

Mont Cenis Railway, Mountain Locomotives, 537

Mont Cenis Railway, Opening of, 179

Mont Cenis Tunnel and Railway, 106,108, 315, 362, 399, 482

Mountain Mortars, 535

Movable Scats for Slide Valves, British Association, 247, 336

Museum of Fire-arms, 502

Museum, Victoria and Albert, Bombay, 128, 133

Myers’ Water Meter, 386

Napier and Rankine’s Slide Valve, 336

Natal Railway, 504

Naval Appointments, 61, 91, 174, 197, 224, 297, 363, 376, 431, 452, 503, 537

Naval Architecture, Instruction in, Privy Council, 148

Naval Engineers, 258

Naval, French, Exhibits, Paris Exhibition, 114

Navigation, French Inland, 18

Navigation, River, Barrages and Works, 334, 354, 357

Navigation, Steam, in the Brazils, 265

Navigation, Steam, Danube, 483

Navy, French, Addition to, 327

Newspaper Rattening, 179, 209

New York Steam Fire Engines, 265

Nickel and Cobalt, Magnetism of, 76

Nillus, M., Portable Engine, 33, 34

North London Railway, 259, 280

Northumberland, Mr. Seely and the, 197

Notes and Memoranda, 7, 29, 55, 69, 87, 107, 131, 149, 175, 205, 225, 251, 277, 295, 318, 339, 359, 377, 403, 423, 441, 459, 475, 495, 515, 533

Notes from the Northern and Eastern Counties, 22, 48, 62, 84, 100, 124, 140, 168, 193, 218, 244, 266, 292, 308, 328, 351, 370, 392, 416, 434, 452, 470, 488, 508, 530, 546

Notes from Paris, 78, 152, 430

Notes from Southern Germany, 78, 504

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Oaks Colliery, Opening of, 217, 269, 454, 487, 502, 514

Opara, Harbour of, 532

Opening of the Mont Ccnis Railway, 179

Ordnance, 518

Ordnance, American, 232

Ordnance, Compound, 130

Ostend, 72

Outside and Inside Cylinder Locomotives, 641

Pacific, Coaling in, 537

Packing, Self-Lubricating, 185

Palliser’s, Major, Strengthened Guns, 133

Paper Making Machine, Lloyd’s Paper Mills, 71, 72

Panama Railway, 492

Paraire Looms, 10, 32

Paris Exhibition, 25,141, 169, 285, 424

Admission to the Palaces, Museum, &c., during the Exhibition, 22

American Locomotive, 137

American Reapers and Mowers, 209

Artillery and Other War Material, 471, 48 9, 509,531

Awards, Distribution of, 1, 63, 197

Awards of Prizes for Agricultural Machinery, 472

Boiler Fittings, 169

Challenge, Competition of Safes, 125,170

Chatwood’s Safes, 89

Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products, 111, 187

Coal, 3, 59

Compound Engine, 12

Dams, Plans, .and Sections of, 312, 313

Danubian Steamship Company’s Boilers, 146

Davies’ Steam Striker, 27

Diamond Rock Boring Machine, 296

Diving Bell, 219

Double-Cylinder Steam Hammer, 17

Engine, Horizontal, Messrs. Fox, Walker, and Co., 484

Engine, Horitontal, M. Prosper Vandenkerchovc, 132,137

Engines of the Ironclad Friedland, 53, 56

Engines, Hot Air, Shaw’s, 6

Engine, Locomotive, Great Eastern Railway Company, 177

Engine, Passenger, Messrs. Kitson and Co., 150, 152

Engine, Traction, M. Albarez, 360

Engine, Traction, M. Lotz, 364

Engineering, Marine, 158

Engines of H. M. Sloop Sappho, 38

French Naval Exhibits, 114

Furens Viaduct, 312, 313

Gems, their Cutting and Uses as Rock Borers 195

246, 267, 293 ' ’

Iron, 64, 90

Iron and Steel, 268, 294

Leather, 284

Locomotive, Belgian Goods, 190, 202

Locomotives, 378, 379, 3S0, 420, 473, 517

Les Mondes, 11

Machine Tools, 116, 144

Martinet’s Self-Oiling Plummer Block, 39

Microscopes, 15

Portable Engine, M. Nilins’, 33, 34

Printing Machinery, 245

Prize Medals, Merry weather and Son, 57

Prizes, M Cormick, 108

Prizes, Nicholson, N., 108

Prizes, Wood, W. A., 108

Pump and Engine, Q Wynne’s Combined Centrifugal,

Railway Bridge of Boats on the Rhine at Maxau, 65, 66, 67

Railway Structures, New System of Bridges, &e., 219, 222, 309, 330

Relation to the Industrial Instruction, 28]

Reports by English Artisans, On the, 60

Paris Exhibition : —

River Navigation Barrages and Works, 334, 354, 357

Root’s Blower, 146;

Schlaesser’s Lubricator, 443

Screwing Machine, Messrs. Brown and Sharpe, 53

Small Arms, 315, 342, 353, 385, 408, 426

Societe d’Encouragcment in Connection with the Exhibition, 4

Steam Plough Experiments, 263, 294

Steam Plough Experiments, Messrs. Fowler’s, 204

Stevenson and Co.’s Passenger Engine, 439, 446

Textile Machinery, 309, 329

Trinity House, at the, 63, 91

Trinity House Light, 93

Ventilation of the Main Building, 171

Wood-working Machinery, 130, 158

Wood-working Tools, 371

Palis, Admiral, On Converted Ships, 466

Paris, Notes from,78, 152, 430

Paris, Sewerage of, 263

Paris, Transformations in, 311

Park Gate Works, Rotherham, 333

Park Railings, 297

Parsons’ Patent Bolts. 16, 391

Patent Commission Free Library, 32

Patent Jurisdiction, 4«2

Patent Law, 280

Patent Law as it is, 81

Patent Law Reform, 338, 380

Patent-office Library, 380

Patents, Alleged Restriction of, 537

Patents, Number Passed, &c., 157

Patents or No Patents, 33, 80, 118, 15S, 2C9, 260, 286

Patents, but Better Patents, 338

Peat Fuel, 521

Peet’s Patent Valve, 89

Percy, Dr., and Seely’s Pigs, 187

Pepper’s Ghost, 346

Perseids, Return of, 135

Peto, Betts, and Crampton, Examination of, 323

Petrified Forests, .511

Petroleum Fuel, 399

Petroleum as Fuel for Locomotives, 143

Petroleum as a Fuel for Steam Fire Engines, 329, 353

Petroleum as Steam Fuel, 130

Philosophical Instruments, Rare, 108

Photographic Improvements, 11

Physics, Molecular, 536

Pianoforte, Steam, 5 lO

Pile Driven with Endless Chain, Inst. M.E., 402

Pipes, Steam Exhaust, Inside Boilers, 512

Pittsburgh Rolling Mill, Destruction of. 504

Plates, Swedish Steel, Experiments with, 126

Plough, Steam, Trials at. Evry-sur-Seine, 294

Plough, Steam, at the Paris Exhibition, 201, 263

Plough Tackle, Steam, Hayes’, 455

Points, Improvements in, 96

Poisons, Animal, 130

Polishing Machine, Pyrenean Marble, 516

Pollution of Rivers, &c., 519

Polyphant Quarries, 303

Polytechnic Institution, 4, 415

Pooley and Son, Weighing Machines, 88. 89

Portsmouth Waterworks, 118

Powis, James, and Co., Editors and Advertiser3, 182, 209

Powis, James, and Co., Jurors’ Awards, 57

Preservatives, Iron, 197

Press, Prize, Bates’, 443

“ Prime Cost,” 405, 502

Priming of Boilers, 117

Printing Machinery, 245

Privy Council and Instruction in Naval Architecture, 148

Privy Council and Scientific Education, 145

Printing Railway Tickets, Apparatus, 316

Prizes, Paris Exhibition, 108

Products, Chemical and Pharmaceutical, 187

Professional Monopoly, 75

Progress in France, 51'3, 526, 535

Projectile, New, Mons. Bassompierre’s Invention, 111

Projectiles, Flight of, 502

Projectiles, Resistance of the Air to the Motion of, 417

Projectiles, Subaqueous, 14

Projectiles, Velocities of, 344

Propulsion, Capt. Simpson’s System of, 39, 155

Prosecutions against a Colliery Owner for Smoko

Nuisance, 443

Prussia, her New Mines and Metals, 438

Prussia, Small Arms in, 530

Prussian Railways, 66

Puddling Machines, 493

Pump, Air, The Sprengel, 26

Pump, Centrifugal. Bernay’s, 26

Pump, Donkey, Appleby’s, 129, 145

Pump and Engine, Combined Centrifugal, 297

Pump, Hand-Power Centrifugal, 538

Pumps, Donkey Steam, 304

Pumps, Floating Drainage, 344

Pumps, Jet, 502, 537

Pyrenean Marble Polishing Machine, 516

Quarries, Polyphant, 303

Queensland, Railways in, 118

Race, Great Ocean Ship, 247

Race, Novel, of Road Engines 185

Racing, Portable Engines, 208

Rail, Compound, Charing Cross, 519

Rail Manufactories, German and Austrian, 273

Rail. New, Ashcroft’s, 446

Railings, Park, 297

Rails, 589

Rails, Belgian, 274

Rails in Belgium, 498

Rails, Brake, 502, 518, 539

Rails, Durability of, 522

Rails, Dutch, 140

Rails for the Dutch Government, 54

Rails, Old, 144

Rails, Steel, 425, 444, 457

Rails, Steel versus Iron, 499

Rails, Wear and Teai' of, 422

Railway Across the Alps, 140

Railway, Atlantic and Great Western, Report, 344

Railway Bridges, 476

Railway, Bridges on the Highland, 223

Railway from Cherbourg to Brest, 81

Railway Department, Board of Trade, 266

Railway, East India, State Saloon Carriage, 109

Railway, Great Indian Peninsula, 430

Railway, Great Indian Peninsula, Campooly Station, 5

Railway, Great Pacific, 208

Railway, Huddersfield and Kirkburton, Official Inspection of, 263

Railways. Indian, 114

Railway Improvements, 323

Railway Legislation, 13

Railway Management in France, 338

Railway Matters, 7, 29, 55, 69, 87, 107, 131. 149,175, 205, 225, 251, 277, 295, 318, 339,359, 377, 493, 423,441, 459, 475, 495, 515, 533

Railway, Metropolitan, 441, 381, 435, 478

Railway, Midland, Extension of. 115

Railway, Mont Cenis, 315, 262, 399, 482

Railway, Mont Cenis, Opening of, 179, 315

Railway, Natal, 504

Railway, New Midland Extension’to Barnsley, 358

Railway, North London, 259, 280

Railway, Panama, 492

Railway, Portable, for Abyssinia, 446

Railway, Proposed in South Yorkshire. 443

Railway, South-Eastern, Now Line, 119

Railway, Street Horse, 323

Railway Structures, New System of Bridges, 219, 222 , 309, 330

Railway Traction, 361

Railways, Department, in France, 523

Railways, Foreign, 116, 152

Railways, Foreign and Colonial, 196, 286, 465, 514

Railways in Ireland, 201

Railways, Prussian, 66

Railways in Queensland, 118

Railways, Roumanian. 492

Railways in Russia, 308

Railways. South-Eastern, London, and Brighton, and

South Coast, Amalgamation of, 462

Railways in Turkey, 344, 372, 436. 458

Raising the Steamship Druid, 263, 297, 323

Raising Water from Wells, 204

Rankine, W. J. M., Application of the Second Law of Thermodynamics to a Perfect Steam Engine and a Perfect Air Engine, 85

Ransome and Sons, Traction Engine, 112,117

Ransome’s Free Grit Grindstones 358

Ratchet Brace, 80

Ratchet Brarte, Useful, 118

Rattening, Newspaper, 179, 209

Reaping Machines, Trial of, 211

Reaping Machinery, British Association, 233

Reapers and Mowers, American, in France, 209

Reconstruction of the House of Commons, 415

Regent’s Canal Dock, Laying Foundation Stone of, 335

Report of the Lunar Committee, 224

Report of Metal and Engineering Works on the Continent, 511

Report Relative to Technical Education, 59, 68, 90,102

Reports by English Artisans on the Paris Exhibition, 60

Resistance of the Air to the Motion of Projectiles, 417

Retorts, Gas, Drawing and Charging, 358

Revolvers, 426

Rifle, Chassepot, 483, 516

Rifle, TheFosbery, 417, 446

Rifle, Infantry, of the Future, 37

Rifle Musket, New, Messrs. Carter and Edwards’, 174, 496

Rifle, Snider, Modification of, 68

Rifle, Soper’s, 496

Rifles, New Central-fire Breech-loading, T. Wilson’s, 197

Rifles, Long and Short, 3

Rigidities, Experiments on Torsion and Flexure for the Determination of, 5

Roads in France, 207

Roadway, New Mode of Constructing, British Association, 263

Rocks, Origin of, Revealed by the Microscope, 315

Rodman Gun, The, 209, 280

Rodman Gun, American View of English Experiments with the, 155

Rodman Gun at Shoeburyness, 14

Roller, Road, Steam, 300, 301

Roller, Road, Steam, for Bombay, 387

Roller, Road, Steam, M. Gellerat’s, 476

Roller, Road, Steam, Trial of, 327

Roof, Slip, at Amsterdam, 28, 30

Roof over the Wellington Pier, Bombay, 833, 840

Roofs, Iron, 182

Root’s Blower, 146

Rotherham, Park Gate ‘Works, 333

Roux’s, M., System of Sheathing Ships, 355, 356

Royal Agricultural Society at Bury St. Edmunds, 23, 26, 49, 73

Royal Navy, Engineers in, 145

Royal Polytechnic Institution, 512

Russia, Mechanical Industry in, 537

Safes, Challenge Competition of Paris Exhibition, 125, 170

Safes, Ch at wood’s, 89

Sappho, Engines of H.M. Sloop, 38

Sawmakers, Sheffield, 427

Saws, Mechanical, Mr. J. W. Worssam, jun., 365, 395

Saxby’s Method of Testing Iron by Magnetism, 463

Schloesser’s Lubricator, 443

Scotland, its Trade and Operations, 21, 48, 62, 84, 100, 124, 140, 168, 193, 218, 244, 265, 292. 307, 328, 351, 370, 392, 434, 452, 470, 488, 508, 530, 546

Screwing Machine, Messrs. Brown and Sharpe, 53, 54

Second Law of Thermodynamics, 32, 54, 57, 80, 85

Seely, Mr., and the Admiralty, 540

Self-lubricating Packing, 185

Seeley, Mr., and the Northumberland, 197

Self-registering Railway Signals, 231

Sessions of the Society d’Encouragement in Connection with the Exhibition, 4

Setting Boilers, 146

Sewage, 257, 321

Sewage, What to do with it, 479

Sewage Works, Whitehaven, 233

Sewerage of Paris, 263

Sewers, Outfall, in the Thames Mud-bank, 523 .

Shand, Assoc. Inst. C.E., Jas., Fire-extinguishing Arrangement, 41

Shareholders of Shackleford, Ford, and Co., Meeting of, 73

Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s Combined Drilling and Slotting Machine,. 116

Sheathing Ships, M. Roux’s System, 355, 356

Shaw and Justice’s Dead Stroke Power Hammer, 400

Shaw’s Hot-air Engine, Paris Exhibition, 6

Sheffie’d Commission, 35

Sheffield File-maker, Feat of, 335

Sheffield Sawmakers, 427

Shield’s Gun, 137

Ship-breaking, 361

Shipbuilding Yards, London, 201

Ships, Converted, Admiral Paris, 466

Ships, Converted, 130, 134

Ships, Iron, Demagnetising, 38

Ships, Iron, Harrison’s Method of doming the Bottoms of, 523

Ships’ Machinery, 511

Ships, Something of a few of our, 343

Ships, Waterwitch, Vixen, and Viper, 161, 179, 230

Shipwrecks, 321

Shoeburyness, American Gun at, 97

Siege Operations at Chatham, 249

Signals, Railway, Self-Registering, 231

Silkworm Disease, 11

Simpson, Mr. J. H., Single-wire Typo-Telegraph, 421

Simpson’s, Captain, System of Propulsion, 39, 155

Singapore Gas Company, Limited, 358

Slide Valve Seats, Facing-up, 261

Slide Valves, 261

Slide Valves, Movable Seats for, British Association, 247, 336

Small Arms, 315, 342, 353, 385, 408, 426

Small Arms in Prussia, 530

Smithfield, New Meat and Poultry Market, 151,154, 172, 198, 316

Smithfield Club Cattle Show, 462, 491

Smith and Grace, Bury St. Edmunds Show, 93

Smoke, Consumption of, in the Potteries, 47, 343

Smoke and Stone, 258, 285

Snider Rifle, Modification of, 68

Snow, Greatest Height of, 276

Society of Engineers, 482

Annual Dinner, 532

Connection between the Shape of Heavy Guns and their Durability, by Arthur Rigg, jun., 453, 484

Election of Members, 483, 519

Mechanical Saws, by Mr. S. W. Worssam, jun., 365, 395

Millwall Docks, Inspection of, 109

Recent Improvements on the Injector, by Mr. Jas.

Gresham, 511

Visit to the Factories of Messrs. J. Penn and Sons, 254

Visit to the Thames Embankment, 321

SoCIETE DES INGENIEURS ClYILS PARIS 1—

Election of Members, 487

Society of Engineers, Leading Articles, 113, 134

Society of Engineers, Transactions of, 380

Society, Manchester Geological, 130

Solway Junction, 345

Soper’s Rifle, 496

South Boston Ironworks, U.S., 453

South-Eastern, New Line, 119

South-Eastern Line to Tunbridge, 419

South Kensington Museum, 11, 54, 100, 111, 130, 146 174, 211, 233, 261, 304, 320, 335, 363, 376, 424, 465, 487, 493, 511, 541

South Wales Institute of Engineers

Quarterly Meeting, 160

Spain, Public Works in, 426

Spectrum Analysis, 447

Speed of Steam Vessels at the Measured Mile, Mode of Determining, British Association, 261,321

Sprengel Air Pump, 26

Staffordshire, North, Colliery Accidents in, 60

Staffordshire, North, Iron Trade of, 537

Staffordshire Potteries, Trade of, 419

Standard Weights and Measures, 126

Staveley Coal and Iron Company, Limited, 185

Steam Cultivation, British. Association, 238

Steam Hammer, Double-cylinder, Paris Exhibition, 17

Steam on the Highway, 155

Steam Locomotion on Roads, 224

Steam, Introduction of, into Sweden, 462

Steam Road Roller, 300, 301, 327, 476

Steam Striker, Davies’, Paris Exhibition, 27

Steam, Working, Expansively, 181

Steamer Schwyz, The, 346

Steamers, Jottings about Thames, 303

Swedish Steel Plates, Experiments with, 126

Steaming, Rapid, 224

Steamship Druid, Raising, 263, 297, 323

Steel Boilers, 91

Steel, Cast, and Wrought Iron, Railway Tires, 276

Steel v. Iron Rails, 499

Steel, Experimental Researches on the Mechanical

Properties of, 233, 236

Steel Making, the Martin Process, 499

Steel Rails, 425, 444, 457

Steering Gear, Steam, Inst. M.E., 402 '

Steering and Sailing Rules, 373

Stephenson and Co.’s Passenger Engine, 439, 446

Stone, Decay of, British Association, 235

Stone, Smoke and, 258, 285

Storm Theorists, A Question for, 331

Storm Warnings, 383

Stove, Hot Blast, Whitwell’s, 401

Street Horse Railway, 323

Street Traffic, London, Relief of, 477

Strike on the North-Eastern Railway, How it has Ended, 126

Strike Items from America, An Ironmasters Testimony, 40

Subaqueous Projectiles, 14

Suez Canal, 32, 113, 416

Suez, Maritime Canal Universal Company, 119

Sugar Making, Cane, Knagg’s, 400

Sultan’s First Railway Journey in Turkey, 186

Supply, Water, 135

Survey of the Darien Canal Line, 502, 518, 539

Survey, United States Government, 174

Surveying in Abyssinia, 474

Surveying Instrument, New, Van Hecko’s, 497

Surveyorships, Board of Trade, 416

Sweden, Boring Machine, Bergstroem’s, British Association, 261

Sweden, Introduction of Steam into, 462

Sweden, Manufactures in, 294

Waddell’s Slide Valves, 274

Wages, Reduction of, in South Yorkshire Trade, 502, 516

Wales and the Adjoining Counties, 22, 47, 62, 84, 99, 123, 139,167, 193, 217, 244, 265, 292, 308, 328, 351, 369, 392, 416, 433, 452, 470, 488, 508, 530, 546

Wales, Ironworks in, 130]

Warner’s Stop Valve, 273 ’

Water, Organic and Inorganic Substances in, Institution Civil Engineers, 438

Water, Raising from Wells, 204

Water and Sewage, 75

Water Supply, 135

Water Supply for Port Glasgow, 335

Waterwitch, The, Trial of, 174, 207, 269

Waterwitch, Vixen, and Viper, 161, 179,

Waterworks Legislation, 481, 518, 537, 260

Waterworks, Portsmouth, 118

Waterworks, Vartry, 383

Waterworks, Vartry, Institution Civil Engineers, Ireland, 536

Wealth, Internal, of Hungary, 451

Webb and Sons’ Tannery at Combs, 66

Webs of Girders, 93

Weighing Machines, Messrs. Pooley and Son, 88, 89

Weights and Measures, Standard, 126

Wellington Pier, Bombay, Root of, 333, 340

West Indies, Hurricane in, 479

Westminster Improvements, 260

Wheel Gearing, Roller, Jensen’s, 493

Whitehaven Sewage Works, 233

Wilson’s, T., New Central Fire Breech-loading Rifles, 197

Whitwell’s Hot Blast Stove, 401

Wimbledon Stands,-60

Windlass, Haye’s Ploughing, 456

Wood-working Machinery, Paris Exhibition, 130, 158

Wood-working Machinery, Worssam and Co., 196, 210

Woolwich Catastrophe, 346

Worcester Engine Works Company, General Meeting, 106 .

Wood-working Tools Exhibited at Paris, 371

Workmen, Education of, 93

Works, Iron and Machine, in Bavaria, 511

Works, Jute, London, Horizontal Combined, 173

Works, Metal Engineering, on the Continent, Report of, 511

Works, Public, in Spain, 426

Wrought Iron Coil Guns, 10

Yankee Enterprise, 504

Year, Event of the, 405 #

Yorkshire Union of Mechanics Institute, Paris Exhibition in its Relation to Industrial Instruction, by Mr. Jas. Kitson, jun., 28

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