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The Engineer 1877 Jan-Jun: Index: Illustrations

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LIST OF NAMES.

Alexander, Mr. A., Bogie Engines, 258

Allison, Mr. R., Drawing Boring Rods, 165

Allison. Mr. R., Torpedo, 446

Annett and Banister, Messrs., Point and Signal Locking Apparatus, 162

Armstrong and Co., Sir W. G., 39-ton Breech-loading Gun, 200, 423

Armstrong and Co , Sir W. G., 100-ton Gun, 355

Armstrong and Co.. Sir W. G., 3S-ton Gun Target, No. 40 (Fide The Engineer, Oct. 20, 1876), 200, 423

Ashtabula Bridge, The, U.S., 175

Automatic Girth Co., The, Automatic Girth Attachment, 73

Avonmouth, Bristol, New Channel Docks, Mr. T. Brunlees, C.E., 153

Barker, Mr., Hydraulic Brake, Midland Railway, 302, 303

Bastin, Messrs., Steam Pumping Engine, 328

Belgian State Railways, Break-down Van, 112 ,

Benson, Mr., Wood Paving, 25 L

Berdan, Gen. H., Range Finder, 179

Bevis, Mr. R. R., Screw Propeller, 427

Bilgram, Mr. H., Valve Gear, Phil. Ex., 341

Blundell, Messrs., Waterwitch Pump, 94

Bouchacourt and Delille, MM., Furnaces for Heating Small Articles, 250

Bouchacourt and Delille, MM., Machine for Forg Screw Threads, 417

Brownhill, Mr. R. W., Brickmaking Machine, 299

Brown and May, Messrs., Hoisting and Hauling Attachment, Bath and West of England Society’s Show Bath, 391

Buss, Mr. Edouard, The Cosine Governor, Introduced by Messrs. Plambeck and Darkin. 58

Butler, Messrs. J. and J., Speed Indicator, 293

Cambrian Railways, Girders for (Contracts Open), 399

Carels, Frbres, MM., Winding Engines, Sacre-Ma-dame Coal Mines, Charleroi, 25, 28

Clarke, R.E., Lieutenant Geiorge S., Graphic Determination of Stress in a Bow. String Girder, 170

Collier and Co., Messrs. W., Salford, Slotting Machine, 254

Crichton and Co., Messrs. W., Passenger Steam Launch on the River Neva, 272

Dallam Forge, Warrington, Horizontal Engine, The Pearson and Knowles Co., 320

Danube, Blasting with Dynamite in the, 251

Deakin, Parker, and Co., Messrs., 7-H.P. Horizontal Engine, 293

Deakin, Parker, and Co., Messrs., Vertical Engine and Boiler, 37, 40

Denton, Mr. W., Self-Trimming Screw Collier, Institution of Naval Architects, 193

Douglas and Grant, Messrs., Compound Corliss Engine, 62

Downham Market Bridge, Norfolk, Mr. D. Oldfield, C.E. (Contracts open), 197

Dresden Bridge and Quay Works, Pile Driving Machinery, 372, 373, 376

Drummond, Mr., Goods Engine, N. British Railway, 7

Dublin, Carlisle Bridge, Rebuilding and Widening (Contracts Open), 269

Dublin, New Swing Bridge, Beresford-place (Contracts Open), 285

Duilio, Ironclad constructed by the Italian Government, 162

Durie, Mr. J., Rope Driving Gear, 443

Edward, Mr., Sash Fastener. 112

Evans and Swain, Messrs., Fireproof Flooring, 445

Fowell, Mr. G. F., 8-H.P. Traction Engine, Bath and West of England Show, 445

Fowler, Messrs., Clutch Arrangement, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Froude, Mr. W., Wave Making Resistance of Ships, Inst, of Naval Architects, 223

Gibbons, Messrs. P. and H., 4-H.P. Engine, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, 391

Gordon, Inclined Plane, U.S., Winding Engines, 76

Gresham and Craven, Messrs., Injectors for Locomotives (Supplement to the Feb. 23 No )

Gruson Herr, Shields formed of Cast Iron Armour-plates, Inst, of Naval Architects, Commander H. H. Grenfell, 259

Hall, Mr., Multiple Action Stone Breaker, 94

Hall, Mr. W. S., Bi vetted Joints, 185

Hannah, Mr. S., Fire-boxes, 7

Harrison, Mr., Screw and Hydraulic Compound Jacks,

Havemayer and Elder, Messrs., Sugar Works, Brooklyn, U.S., Interior of Boiler-room, 306

Havemayer and Elder’s Sugar Works, Messis., Boilers in Section, 310

Head, Mr. J., An Improved Squeezer, 358

Head, Mr. Jeremiah, Up-ending Tongs, 417

Heathfield, The Watt Room at, 247

Heydon, Mr., Hydraulic Compensator, 112

Higginson, Mr., Three-cylinder Engine, 328

Hindley, Mr. E. S., Vertical Engine and Hoisting Apparatus, Bath and West of England Society’s Show; Bath, 391

Hoe, Messrs., Continuous Web Printing and Folding Machines, 215 and 218

Hydraulic and Engineering Co., Chester, Hydraulic Bending and Straightening Machine, Toulon Arsenal 24

Indian State Railway, Fish Bolts, Nuts, and Washers. 342

Indian State Railways, Iron Roofs (Contracts Open), 354

Inflexible, H.M.S., Mr. Barnaby, 435

Inglis, jun., Mr. J., Method of Recording and Comparing the Performances of Steamships, Inst. Naval Architects, 292

Irwell-road Bridge, Salford, Mr. A. M. Fowler, Engineer (Contracts Open), 408

Irwell-street Bridge, Manchester, Mr. J. G. Lynde, M.I.C.E., 233, 236

Jablochkoff, Mr., Electric “Candle,” 433

Japan, Map of Railways in, 362

John, Mr. W., Stability of Ships, Inst, of Naval Architects, 240

J. W., Decimal Measuring Machine, 311

Keeling and Owen, Messrs., The Severn Bridge, 15

Kentucky River, Railroad Bridgeover the, Mr. Shaler Smith, 186

Kerr, Mr. R L., Decimal Measuring Machine, 162

Kloos, 0., Arrangement to Diminish the Thrust of Screw Shafts, 59

London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway. Goods Locomotive, Mr W. Stroudley, Engineer, 373

Leffel, Mr., Turbine, 59

Leupold, Mr. Hugo, Donkey Feed Pump, 441

London and North-Western and Great Western Joint Railways, Bessemer Steel Rails, 196

Loudoun Castle, Engines of the, Messrs. J. and G. Thomson, Clyde Bank Foundry, (Supplement to The Engineer 18th May, 1877)

Lowmoor Ironworks, Single and Double

Furnaces, Mr. H. Kirk, at the Inst, of Mechanical Engineers, 329

Lyman, Mr. W., Rowing Gear, Philadelphia Exhibition, 340

McChesney, Mr., FretSaw, Philadelphia Exhibition, 55

McEvoy, Capt., Spar Torpedoes, 340

McKean and McGrath, Messrs., Jute Machinery, 196

McLaren, Messrs. J. and H., 12-Horse Power Traction

Engine, Midland Engine Works, Hunslet, Leeds, 232

Mahony. Inclined Plane, U S., Safety Trucks, 77

Major. Mr. W., Engineer Danish Royal Navy, Priming of Steam Boilers, Combined Valve and Cock and Safety Cistern for the use of Petroleum, 398

Marshall and Co.. Messrs., 8-Horse Power Traction Engine. Smithfield Club Show 131

Maxwell, Mr., Self-acting Safety Lock for Railway Carriages, &c., 293

Memdouhiye, The Turkish Ironclad Frigate, 65

Nut and Bolt Co., Birmingham, Wile’s Patent Lock Nut, 276

Paris Exhibition Building 1878, Ground Plan of the, 58

Pearse, Mr. J. W., Mechanical Stokers, Society of Engineers, 178

Penno, Mr., Cloth Cutting Machine, Philadelphia Exhibition, 320

Perkins, Mr. L., High Pressure Engine and Boiler, Institute of Mechanical Engineers, 390

Perrett, Mr. E., Rotary Filter, 101

Pilmore Bridge, Darlington, Messrs. Robinson and I’Anson, 98

Plimpton v. Spiller, Roller Skates, 266

Pooley, Messrs., International Weighing Machine, 320

Pope, Mr. A., Boiler. Gotha Ironworks, Slough, 251

Protheroe, Mr., Mooring Anchors, 392

Railway Key Co., Low Quay, Blyth, Northumberland, Rail Key, Mr. King, 15

Raine, Mr. J. M., Tube-plate Cutter, 323

Rammell’s, Mr., Railway at South Kensington, 453

Reading Ironworks Co., Reading, Hay-making Machine, Royal Agricultural Society. 59

Reading Ironworks Co., Spring Pulley, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Reed, Mr. E. J., “ Citadel Ships,” Institute of Naval Architects, 239

Rhondda Valley, Tynewydd Colliery. Total Distance walked by Diver through Cutting 500ft., 265

Robertson, Osbourne, and Co., Messrs., The “ Challenge ” Steam Pump, 162

Root’s Mine Ventilator, Chilton Colliery, Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt, 412

Rouchat Viaduct. The. Paris and Orleans Railway, Engineer, M. Morandiere, 426, 434

Russia and Turkey, War between. The Danube at Braila, Destruction of a Turkish Man-of-War, 351

Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Messrs., Steam Excavating Machine, 80

St, Helier’s Harbour Works, Jersey, 130

St. Helier’s Harbour Works, Jersey, Radiating Steam Hercules, Sir John Coode. 341

St. Vincent’s Bridge, Cork (Contracts Open), 214

Samuelson and Co., Messrs., Reaper and Mower Fingers, 391

Savage, Mr. F., Steam Ploughing and Traction Engine, 113

Seacombe, Cheshire, Landing Stage at, Mr. W. Carson, Eng. (Contracts Open), 394

Segeberg Salt Mines, Plan of, 119

Segeberg, State Salt Mines, Rotative Pumping Engine, 450, H. P. Herrn, W. Riehn, and C. Meinicke, Engineers, 116, 144, 145, 229, 241,

Shanks and Co., Messrs., Vertical Engine, Bathand

West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 387

Shoeburyness, Penetration Experiments with 80-ton

Gun, Target No. 41, at, 73, 91. 317, 423

Sholl, Mr., Direct-acting Pneumatic Ore Stamps, 95

Sholl, Mr., Pneumatic Hammer, 369

Skelderdate Bridge, York, Mr. George Gordon Page, (Contracts Open), 321, 324

Skipton Sewage Works, Mr. Baldwin Latham, C.E., (Contracts Open), 163, 166

Smith, Mr., Vacuum Brake, 3, 6

Smith, Mr. J. H., Rope Driving Gear, Messrs. Pollit and Wigzell, Sowerby Bridge, 444

Smith, M. T., Travelling Steam Crane, 182

South Kensington, Pneumatic Railway, Proposed,

Mr. F. W. Rammell, 453

Spezia, The 100-ton Gun at, 1, 423

Stevenson, Mr. G. K., Apparatus for Burning Coal Dust, 335

Stockwell, Self-lighting Gas Burner Company, Selflighting Gas Burner, 170

Stothert and Pitt, Messrs., Revolution Indicator Affixed to Messent’s Concrete Mixer, Bath and ; West of England Society’s Show, 415

Striedinger and Doerflinger, Messrs., Circuit Closer, 153

Swinburn, R.N., Capt. Thos. A., Portable Anchors, 427

Syers, Messrs., Reliance Pump, 170

Taylor and Co., Messrs., Plate Pickling Machines, 268

Thomas, Mr. H. Moy, Influence of Gravity upon

Bodies Revolving in a Vertical Plane, 27

Thompson, Mr. W. B., Ship’s Windlass, 95

Thorneycroft and Co., Messrs., Torpedo Boat, Lightning, 337

Throstle Nest Bridge, Manchester, Mr. A. M. Fowler, M.I.C.E., Engineer, 148, 152

Thwaites and Carbutt, Messrs., Coke Crusher, 159

Thwaites and Carbutt, Messrs., Horizontal Wheel Trimming Hammer, Stanningley Ironworks, Leeds, 62

Thwaites and Carbutt, Messrs., Vulcan Ironworks, Bradford, Reversing Rolling Mill Engines, New Cleveland Steel Works, Eston, 40, 41, 44

Tourmaline, H.M.S., Engines and Boilers, Messrs. R. and W Hawthorn, 281, 288

Trinder, Anderson, and Co., Messrs., Sleeping Berths for Emigrants, on board the Airlie; inventor, Mn H. Johnson, 328

Tyzack, Mr. G., Ship’s Anchor, 355

Vienna, Pneumatic Public Clock, Herr Ingenieur A. C. Mayrhofer, 448

Vienna Public Baths, Herr Franz Berger, 430

Walworth, Mr. J., Middlings Purifier, Bath and West of England Society Show, 415

Warth, Mr. Albin, Cloth Cutting Machine, Philadelphia Exhibition, 320

Watt and Co., Messrs. James, Bilge Pumps. 250

Watts and Co., Messrs. J., 10-H.P. Horizontal Engine, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, 409

Westinghouse, Mr., Train Speed Recorder, 10

Wile’s Patent Lock Nut, 276

Wilson and Co., Messrs. A., Compound Condensing Launch Engines, Vauxhall Ironworks, 24

York, Skeldergate Bridge, 321, 324

SUBJECT MATTER.

Anchor, Ships’, Mr. G. Tyzack, 355

Anchors, Mooring, Mr. Protheroe, 392

Anchors, Portable, Capt. Thos. A> Swinburn, R.N., 427

Armour-plates, Shields formed of Cast Iron Plates, Herr Griison, Magdeburg, Institution of Naval Architects, Commander H. H. Grenfell, 259

Armour-plates, Penetration of, 423

Baths, Public, Vienna, Herr Franz Berger, 427

Bending and StraighteningjMachine, Hydraulic, Toulon Arsenal, Manufactured by Hydraulic Engineering Company, Chester, 24

Berths for Emigrants, on Board, Messrs. Trinder, Anderson, and Co.’s Ship, The Airlie, Mr. Johnson, 328

Brick-making Machine, Mr. R. W. Brownhill, 299

Blasting with Dynamite in the Danube, 251

Bogie Engines, Mr. A. Alexander’s Report on, 258

Boiler, Mr. A. Pope, Gotha Ironworks, Slough, 251

Boiler-room, Interior of, Messrs. Havemayer and

Elder, Sugar Works, Brooklyn, U.S., 306

Boilers in Section, Messrs. Havemayer and Elder’s Sugar Works, Brooklyn, U.S., 310

Boring Rods, Drawing, Mr. R. Allison, 165

Bowstring Girder, Graphic Determination of Stress in a, Lieut. George S. Clarke, R.E., 170

Brake, Hydraulic, Midland Railway, Mr. Barker, 302, 303

Brake. Vacuum, Mr. Smith, 3, 6

Bridge over the Ashtabula Creek, U.S., 175

Bridge, New Swing, Beresford-place, Dublin (Contracts Open), 285

Bridge, Cork, St. Vincent’s (Contracts Open), 214

Bridge, Norfolk, Downham Market, Mr. D. Oldfield,

C.E. (Contracts Open), 197

Bridge, Dublin, Rebuilding and Widening Carlisle (Contracts Open), 269

Bridge, Irwell-road, Salford, Mr. A. M. Fowler, Engineer (Contracts Open), 408

Bridge. Irwell-street, Manchester, Mr. J. G. Lynde, M.I.C.E , 233, 236

Bridge over the Kentucky River, Railroad, Mr. Shaler Smith, 186

Bridge, Manchester, Throstle Nest Mr. A. M. Fowler, M.I.C.E., Engineer, 148, 152

Bridge, Pilmore, near Darlington, Messrs. Robinson and I’Anson, 98

Bridge, The Severn, Messrs. Keeling and Owen, 15

Bridge, Skeldergate, York, Mr. George Gordon Page (Contracts Open), 321, 324

Circuit Closer, Messrs. Striedinger and Doerflinger, 153

Citadel Ships, Mr. E. J. Reed, Institute of Naval Architects, 239

Clock, Pneumatic, Public, Vienna, Herr Ingenieur, A. C. Mayrhofer, 448

Cloth Cutting Machine, Mr. Penno, Philadelphia Exhibition, 320

Cloth Cutting Machine, Mr. Albin Warth, Philadelphia Exhibition, 320

Clutch Arrangement, Messrs. Fowler, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Coal-Dust, Apparatus for Burning, Mr. G. K. Stevenson, 335

Collier, Self-Trimming Screw, Mr. W. Denton, at the Inst, of Naval Architects, 193

Compensator, Hydraulic, Mr. Heydon, 112

Crane, Travelling Steam, Mr. T. Smith, 182

Crusher, Coke, Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt, 159

Decimal Measuring Machine, Mr. R. L. Kerr, 162

Decimal Measuring Machine, J. W., 311

Diver sent by Messrs. Siebe and Gorman to Tynewydd

Colliery, Course of, 265

Docks, New Channel, Avonmouth, Bristol, Mr. T.

Brunlees, C.E., 153

Engine, 4-H.P., Messrs. P. and H. Gibbons, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Engine and Boiler, High Pressure, Mr. L. Perkins, Inst, of Mechanical Engineers, 390

Engine and Boiler, Vertical, Messrs. Deakin, Parker, and Co., 37, 40

Engine, Compound Corliss, Messrs. Douglas and Grant, 62

Engine, Goods, Mr. Drummond, North British Railway, 7

Engine and Hoisting Apparatus, Vertical, Mr. E. S. Bindley, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Engine, Horizontal, Dallam Forge. Warrington, The Pearson and Knowles Co., 320

Engine, 7-H.P.,Horizontal, Messrs. Deakin, Parker, and Co., 293

Engine, 10-H.P., Horizontal, Messrs. J. Watts and Co., Bath and West of England Society’s Show, 409

Engine, Rotary Pumping, 450-H.P., State Salt Mines, Segeberg, Herrn W. Riehn and C. Meinicke, Engineers, 116, 144, 145, 229, 241

Engine, Steam Ploughing and Traction, Mr. F. Savage, 113

Engine, Steam Pumping, Messrs. Bastin, 328

Engine, 8-H.P. Traction, Mr. G. F. Fowell, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, 445

Engine, 8-H.P., Traction Engine, Messrs. Marshall and Co., Smithfield Club Show, 131

Engine, 12-H.P. Traction, Messrs. J. and H. McLaren, Midland Engine Works, Hunslet, Leeds, 232

Engine, Three-Cylinder, Mr. Higginson, 328

Engine, Vertical, Messrs. Shanks and Co., Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 387

Engines and Boilers, H.M.S. Tourmaline, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn, 284, 288

Engines, Compound, The Loudoun Castle, Messrs. J. and G. Thomson {Supplement to The Engineer, May ISth, 1877)

Engines, Compound Condensing Launch, Messrs. A. Wilson and Co., Vauxhall Ironworks, 24

Engines, Reversing Rolling Mill, Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt, Vulcan Ironworks, Bradford, Engineers, New Cleveland Steel Works, Eston, 40, 41, 44

Engines, Winding, MM. Carels, Frbres, Sacre-Madame Coal Mines, Charleroi, 25, 28

Engines, Winding, Gordon Inclined Plane, United States, 76

Electric Illumination, Mr. Jablochkoff’s Candle, 433

Excavating Machine, Steam, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor, and Co , 80

Exhibition Building, 1878, Ground Plan of the Paris, 58

Filter, Rotary, Mr. E. Perrett, 101

Fire-boxes, Mr. S. Hannah, 7

Fireproof Flooring, Messrs. Evans and Swain, 445

Fish Bolts, Nuts, and Washers, Indian State Railways (Contracts Open), 342

Frigate Memdouhiye, The Turkish Ironclad, 65

Furnaces for Heating Small Articles, MM. Boucha-court and Delille, of Fourchambault, 250

Furnaces, Single and Double Puddling, Low Moor Ironworks, Mr. H. Kirk, at the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, 329

Gas Burner, Self-lighting, Stockwell Self-lighting Gas Burner Co., 170

Girders for Cambrian Railways (Contracts Open), 399

Girth Attachment, Automatic, The Automatic Girth Co., 73

Governor, The Cosine, Mr. Edouard Buss, Introduced by Messrs. Plambeck and Darkin, 58

Gravity upon Bodies Revolving in a Vertical Plane, Influence of, Mr. H. Moy Thomas, 27

Gun, 100-ton, Sir W. G. Armstrong and Co., 355

Gun at Spezia, The 100-ton, 1, 423

Gun, 39-ton, Breech-loading, Sir W. G. Armstrong and Co., 200, 423

Gun, The 80-ton, Penetration Experiments, Target No. 41 at Shoeburyness, 73, 91, 317, 423

Gun, 38-ton, Target No. 40, Sir W. G. Armstrong (vide The Engineer, October 20th, 1876), 200, 423

Hammer, Horizontal Wheel Trimming, Messrs. Thwaites, and Carbutt, [Stanningley Ironworks, Leeds, 62

Hammer, Pneumatic, Mr. Sholl, 369

Harbour Works, St. Helier’s, Jersey, 130

Haymaking Machine, Reading Ironworks Company, Reading, Royal Agricultural Society, 59

Hoisting and Hauling Attachment, Messrs. Brown and May, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Indicator, Speed, Messrs. J. and J. Butler, 293

Injectors for Locomotives, Messrs, Gresham and Craven {Supplement to the Feb. 23 No.)

Ironclad, Constructed by the Italian Government, The Duilio, 162

Iron Roofs, Indian State Railways (Contracts Open), 354

Jacks, Screw and Hydraulic Compound, Mr. Harrison, 21

Jute Machinery, Messrs. M‘Kean and M'Grath, 196

Key, Railway, Mr. King, Railway Key Company, Low Quay, Blyth, Northumberland, 15

Landing Stage at Seacombe, Cheshire, Mr. W. Carson, Engineer (Contracts Open), 394

Launch, Russian Steam, Messrs. W. Crichton and Co., 272

Lock for Railway Carriages, Self-acting Safety, Mr . Maxwell, 293

Locomotive Goods, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Mr. W. Stroudley, Engineer, 373

Map of the Danube at Braila; War between Russia and Turkey, Destruction of a Turkish Man of War, 351

Middlings Purifier, Mr. J. Walworth, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, 415

Mine Ventilator, Roots’, Chilton Colliery, Messrs.

Thwaites and Carbutt, 412

Nut, Lock, Mr. Wile’s, Nut and Bolt Company, Birmingham, 276

Paving Wood, Mr. Benson, 251

Pile Driving Machinery, Bridge and Quay Works, Dresden, 372, 373, 376

Plate Pickling Machines, Messrs. Taylor and Co., 26S

Point and Signal Locking Apparatus, Messrs. Annett and Banister, 162

Priming of Steam Boilers, Valve and Cock, and Safety Cistern for the use of Petroleum, Mr. W. Major, Society of Engineers, 398

Propeller, Screw, Mn R. R. Bevis, 427

Pulley Spring, Reading Ironworks Co., Bathand West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Pump. The “ Challenge ” Steam, Messrs. Robertson, Osbourne, and Co., 162

Pump, Donkey Feed, Mr. Hugo Leupold, 441

Pump, Reliance, Messrs. Syers, 170

Pump, “ Wat er witch,” Messrs. Blundell. 94

Pumps, Bilge, Messrs. James Watt and Co., 250

Radiating Steam Hercules, St. Helier’s Harbour

Works, Jersey, Sir John Coode, 341

Rails, Bessemer Steel, London and North-Western and Great Western Joint Railways, 196

Railway, Proposed South Kensington Pneumatic, Mr

F. W. Rammell, 453

Railways in Japan, Map of, 362

Range Finder, General H. Berdan, K9

Reaper and Mower Fingers, Messrs. Samuelson and Co., Bath and West of England Society’s Show, Bath, 391

Recorder, Train Speed, Mr. Westinghouse, 10

Revolution Indicator, affixed to Messent’s Concrete Mixer, exhibited by Messrs. Stothert and Pitt, Bath and West of England Society’s Show, 415

Rivetted Joints, Mr. W. S. Hall, 185

Rope Driving Gear, Mr. J. Durie, 443

Rope Driving Gear, Mr. J. H. Smith’s, Messrs. Pollitt and Wigzell, Sowerby Bridge, 444

Rowing Gear, Mr. W. Lyman, Philadelphia Exhibition, 340

Salt Mines, Segeberg, Plan of, 119

Sash Fastener, Mr. Edwards, 112

Saw Fret, Mr. McChesney, Philadelphia Exhibition , 55

Screw Shafts, Arrangements to Diminish the Thrust of, Mr. C. Kloss, 59

Screw Threads, Machine for Forging, Messrs. Boucha-court and Delille, 417

Sewage Works, Mr. Baldwin Latham, C.E. (Contracts Open), 163, 166

Ships, Stability of, Mr. W. John, Inst, of Naval Architects, 240

Skates, Roller, Plimpton -y. Spiller, 266

Slotting Machine, Messrs. W. Collier and Co., Salford, 254

Squeezer, An Improved, Mr. J. Head, 358

Stamps, Direct-acting Pneumatic Ore, Mr. Sholl, 95 Steamships, Method of Recording and Comparing the

Performances of, Mr. J. Inglis, jun., Institution of Naval Architects, 292

Stokers, Mechanical, Mr. J. W. Pearse, Society of Engineers, 178

Stone-breaker, Multiple Action, Mr. Hall, 94

Tongs, Up-ending, Mr. Jeremiah Head, 417

Torpedo, Mr. R. Allison, 446

Torpedo Boat, “Lightning,” Messrs. Thornycroft and Co., 337

Torpedoes, Spar, Capt. McEvoy, 340

Trucks. Safety, Mahonoy Inclined Plane, U.S., 77

Tube Plate Cutter, Mr. J. M. Raine, 323

Turbine, Mr. Leffel, 59

Valve Gear, Mr. H. Bilgram, Philadelphia Exhibition, 341

Van, Break-down, Belgian State Railways, 112

Viaduct, Rouchat, Paris and Orleans Railway, if.

Morandifcre, Engineer, 426, 434

Watt Room at Heathfield, The, 247

Wave-making Resistance of Ships, Mr. W. Froude, Institution of Naval Architects, 223

Web Printing and Folding Machine, Continuous, Messrs. Hoe. 215, 218

Weighing Machine. International, Messrs. Pooley, 320

Windlass, Ships’, Mr. W. B. Thompson, 95

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