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Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1885 Jul-Dec: Index

Addie or Langloan Process, Plant for the, 459

Adlard Tram Rail and Clamp, The, 342

Agricultural Show, The Royal, at Preston '.

Brickmaking Machine, Bradley and Craven’s, 82

Chaffcutter and Elevator, Carson and Toone’s,

91

Chaffcutters, Maynard’s Automatic Fall for, 79

Chimney Raiser, Marshall, Sons, and Co.’s, 60

Combination Agricultural Implement, Evans’s,

565 , M

Corn Mill, Blackstone’s, 82

Corn Mill, Wood’s, 82

Corn Screen, Rainforth and Sons Adjustable,

74

Corn Sizer, Nalder and Nalder’s, 75

Domestic Motor, The Davey, 49

Drain-Cleaning Rods, Murray’s, 76

Engine and Boiler, Vertical, Ruston, Proctor,

and Co.’s, 53

Engine, Coupled Traction, Fowler and Co.’s, 79

Engine and Crane, Traction, Aveling and

Porter’s, 52, 53

Engine with Girder Frame, Horizontal, Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’, 60

Engine, Vertical Otto Gas, Crossley and Co.’s,

79 . ,

Fencing, Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss s, 74

Peat Breaker, Bracher’s, 78

Pipe Joint, Corbett’s, 78

Pulveriser, Nicholson and Son’s, 91

Pumps, Deep Well, Hathorn, Davey, and Co.’s,

55, 60

Sack Hoist, Porrit’s, 74

Silo with Hydraulic Seal, Howard’s, 75, 77

Silo Press, Blunt’s, 75

Silo and Silo Press, Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss s,

75

Spark Catcher, Tyrer’s, 60

Spring Wheel, Aveling and Porter’s, 79

Tramway Sleepers, Howard’s, 76

Whippietree, Corbett’s, 78

Whippietree, Davey, Sleep, and Co.’s, 78

Whippietree, Kell, Meats, and Co.’s, 78

Whippietree, Knapp and Co.’s, 78

Whippietree, Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’, 78

Whippietree, Vipan and Headley’s, 78

Ainscoughs’ Mill, Burscough, Hind and Lund’s

Machinery at, 276, 277, 278

Air, Experiments with Currents of, 160, 161

“ Alacrity” and “Surprise,” H.M.S., Boilers and

Engines of, 447, 450, 591

Alexander and M‘Cosh Process, Plant for the, 388

Allen and Co.’s Steam and Hydraulic Reversing

Engine, 12

Allin’s Water Motor,'492

Almqvist’s Marine Engine Governor, 368

Amalgamation of Silver Ores, The, 559

American Locomotive Performances ; Diagrams,

283

Ammeter, Miller’s Electro-Magnetic, 88

Ammonia and Tar from Blast Furnaces, 388, 410,

459, 460

Andrews and Co.’s Dynamo, 64

Anemometer, Leupold’s Heliostatic, 623

Antwerp Exhibition, The Telephone at, 331

Arnold’s Steam Boilers, 514

Arrol’s Hydraulic Rivetting Machine, 523

Asquith’s Radial Drilling Machine, 246

Atkinson’s Differential Gas Engine, 188

Aveling and Porter’s Spring Wheel, 79

Aveling and Porter’s Steering Gear for Traction

Engines, 573

Aveling and Porter’s Traction Engine and Crane, 52, 53

Balanced Compound Engine, Wells’s, 469

Band Saw Sharpening Machine, Martinier’s, 420

Barrow Rock Drill, The, 446

Baxter and Co.’s Stone-Breaker, 441

Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss’s Fencing, 74

Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss’s Lock Nut, 433

Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss’s Silo and Silo Press, 75

Bazalgette’s, Sir Joseph, Proposal for the Purifi

cation of the Thames, 182

Beaumont Rock Drill, The, 442

Beck and Co.’s Hose Coupling, 396

Beck and Co.’s Rotary Blower, 396

Bevel Gear Cutter, Bilgram’s, 21

Birmingham Corporation Water Works ; Com

pound Pumping Engines at Whitacre, 247, 300

Birmingham Corporation Water Works; The

Whitacre Reservoir, 301

Biscuit Ware, Minton’s Apparatus for Removing

Flint Powder from, 156

Blackstone’s Corn Mill, 82

Blast Furnaces, Tar and Ammonia from, 388, 410,

459, 460

Blochairn Steel Works, Plan of the, ?96

Blooming Mill for Bilbao, 56

Blower, Beck and Co.’s Rotary, 396

Blunt’s Silo Press, 75

“ Boadicea” and “ Bacchante,” H.M.S., Rennie’s

Boilers and Engines of, 325, 328

Boat, Cowles’s Double-Screw Ferry, 587

Boat, Submarine Torpedo (System Gourbet), for

the Russian Government, 493, 496

Boat, Thornycroft’s Torpedo, with Hydraulic

Propulsion, 26, 27, 585

Boiler and Crankshaft of the s.s. “ Meteor,” 173

Boiler-Drilling Machine, Holden and Brooke’s, 320

Boiler'and Engine, Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s

Vertical, 53 ’

Boiler Explosion, The Leeds, 332

B<2Jur» ,^arine, with Cylindrical Combustion Chambers, M'Kaig and Stitt’s, 476

Shell Drilling Machine, Booth and Co.’s, 424

Boiler, Whittle’s “ Staffordshire,” 476

Boilers, Arnold’s Steam, 514

Boilers and Engines of H.M.S. “Boadicea” and

Bacchante,” Rennie’s, 325, 328

Boilers and Engines of H.M.S. “ Surprise” and

Alacrity,” 447, 450, 591

Boilers at the Inventions Exhibition, 476

Boilers, Root’s, at the Whitacre Pumping Station, Birmingham, 297

Boilers, Tubular, 409

Boqueron, View at; La Guaira and Caracas Railway, Venezuela, 352

Boston Main Drainage System (U.S.A.), The, 556, 557, 560, 561

Bower Regenerative Burner, The, 134

Boyle’s System of Ventilating Railway Carriages, 313

Bracher’s Peat Breaker, 78

Brewers’ Exhibition, The, 453

Brickmaking Machine, Bradley and Craven’s, 82

Bridge Chair, Smith’s, 341

Bridge, Forth, Caissons for the, 538, 539

Bridge, The Forth ; Raising the Sunken Caisson, 430

Brinjes and Goodwin’s Colour-Grinding Machine, 365

Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough, Marshall, Sons, and Co.’s, Plan of, 118

Britton’s Plate-Straightening Machine, 321

Broken Crankshafts, Repairing, 385

Brunswick Condenser, The, 492

Caissons for the Forth Bridge, 430, 538, 539

Caldwell’s Automatic Microtome, 397

Canal Lift, Hydraulic, at Fontinettes, France, 30, 31

Canal Lift, Hydraulic, at La Louvidre, Belgium, 101

Canal, The Poutiloff, 42

Cance’s Lamps in the Eldorado, 404, 453, 454

Candle-Making Machinery, Price’s, 4, 5 Candle-Wick Plaiting Machine, Price’s, 4 Carey and Latham’s Concrete Mixing Machine ;

Newhaven Harbour Works, 8

Carson and Toone’s Chaffcutter and Elevator, 91 Cask-Making Machinery, Ransome and Co.’s, 148, 149, 151

Casting Pottery, Minton’s Compressed Air Machinery for, 156

Cathetometer, 397

Cement Manufacture, Glover’s Screens for, 512

Cement, Testing Portland, 145, 146

Central Electric Lighting Station, Stanton-street, New York ; Weston Systems, 87

Centrifugal Machine, Weston’s, 492

Centrifugal Pumping Engine, Gwynnes’ 30-in., “ Invincible,” 123, 125, 215

Centrifugal Pumping Engine at the New Graving Dock, Aberdeen, Drysdale and Co.’s, 100

Chaffcutter and Elevator, Carson and Toone’s, 91 Chaffcutters, Maynard’s Automatic Fall for, 79 Chatham Pier, Law and Chatterton’s Foot-Bridge at, 199

Chimney Lifter, J.T. Marshall and Co.’s, 573 Chimney Raiser, Marshall, Sons, and Co.’s, 60 Church Bells, Hall’s Automatic Interlocking Gear for, 485

Civil Engineering at the Inventions Exhibition, 1, 8, 30, 31, 101

Clark Regenerative Burner, The, 134

Clark’s Transit Instruments and Lamps, 400

Clarke and Low’s Indicator, 41

Clayton and Shuttle worth’s Stamp End Works, Lincoln, Plan of the, 97

Clydebank Shipyard and Engineering Works, Thomsons’, Plan of, 269

Coal-Cutting Machine, Heppel and Cranston’s, 417

Coal-Washing Machine, Sheppard’s, 510

Coiling Metal Tubes, Sharp’s Process of, 485

Colliery, The Kaiping ; North China, 518

Colour-Grinding Machine, Brinjes and Goodwin’s, 365

Combination Agricultural Implement, Evans’s, 565

Communicator, Hall’s Train, 485

Compound Engine, Wells’s Balanced, 469

Compound Engine, The Willans Receiver ; Diagrams, 18

Compound Locomotive for the Paulista Railway (Webb’s System), Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s, 610, 614

Compound Locomotives, 480, 574

Compound Pumping Engine at Whitacre, Birmingham, 247, 300

Compound Pumping Engine, Wolstenholme’s; Northwich Water Works, 304

Compressed Air Machinery for Casting Pottery, Minton’s, 156

Concrete Mixing Machine, Carey and Latham’s, Newhaven Harbour Works, 8

Condenser, The Brunswick, 492

Continuous Girders, Launching, 527

Corbett’s Pipe Joint, 78

Corbett’s Whippietree, 78

Corliss Compound Vertical Tandem Engine, 603

Corliss Engine, Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s, 251, 254

Corn Mill, Blackstone’s, 82

Corn Mill, Wood’s, 82

Corn Screen, Rainforth and Sons’ Adjustable, 74

Corn Sizer, Nalder and Nalder’s, 75

CoupKng Beck and Co.’s Hose, 396

Cowles s Double-Screw Ferry Boat, 587

Crane and Engine, Avelingand Porter’s Traction, j Ou

C1Nevill^°6ion6nand Traversin°’ The Thwaite-

Crnnt’JnXty’j’nn ®team Derwck, at Port-Glasgow,

Russell and Co.’s, 564

Crankshaft and Boiler of the s.s. “ Meteor,” 173

Crankshafts, Repairing Broken, 385

Cranston’s Rock Drill, 416

Crossley and Co.’s Vertical Otto Gas Engine, 79

Crushing Ore, Rolls for, 464

Cupola Furnaces, Riley’s, 280

Curious Electro-Chemical Phenomenon, A, 327

Currents of Air, Experiments with, 160, 161

Cut-out, Hedges’ Fusible, 196

Cut-out, Hedges’ Magnetic, 196

Davey’s Differential Valve Gear, 226

Davey Domestic Motor, The, 49

Davey, Sleep, and Co.’s Whippietrees, 78

Davis’s Locking Gear for Railway Signals, 531

Deacon s Waste-Water Meter, 488, 489

Denny and Co.’s Engine Works, 221

Denny and Co.’s Shipyard, The Leven, Plan of, 219

Derrick Crane, Sixty-Ton Steam, at Port-Glasgow,

Russell and Co.’s, 564

Diamond Rock Drill, Gulland’s, 510, 511

Differential Gas Engine, Atkinson’s, 188

Domestic Electric Lighting, 189, 545

Domestic Motor, The Davey, 49

Double-Screw Ferry Boat, Cowles’s, 587

Douglas and Grant’s Vertical Compound Mill

Engine, 603

Drain-Cleaning Rods, Murray’s, 76

Drainage System, Main, The Boston (U.S.A.), 556, 557, 560, 561

Draper’s Self-Recording Meteorological Instruments, 534, 535

Draught, Forced, 114

Dredger, Hunter and English’s Steam, The

“Tilbury,” 566, 568

Drill, The Barrow Rock, 446

Drill, The Beaumont Rock, 442

Drill, Cranston’s Rock, 416

Drill, Gulland’s Diamond Rock, 510, 511

Drill, Holman Brothers’ Rock, 417

Drill, Portable Prospecting, 443

Drilling Machine, Asquith’s Radial, 246

Drilling Machine, Booth and Co.’s Boiler Shell, 424

Drilling Machines ; Machine Tools, 583, 584

Drills, Twist, 587

Drills, Twist, Greenwood and Batley’s Machine for Cutting, 590

Drysdale and Co.’s Centrifugal Pumping Engine at the New Graving Dock, Aberdeen, 100

Diibs and Co.’s Locomotive for the Paulista

Railway, San Paulo, Brazil, 34, 35

Dunbar and Ruston’s Steam Navvy, 180, 203

Duncan Brothers’ Waverley Turbine, 368

Dunnachie’s Continuous Regenerative Gas Kiln, 372

Dust Fuel, Perret’s Furnace for, 401

Dynamo, The Andrews and Co.’s, 64

Dynamo and Engine, Kapp’s, 195

Ejector Condenser, Morton’s, Engine with, 577 El Chorro Viaduct; La Guaira and Caracas Rail

way, Venezuela, 345

Elder and Co.’s Fairfield Works, Govan, Plan of, 243

Electric Governor, Robey and Co.’s Semi-Portable Engine with, 206

Electric Hand Lamp, Merryweather’s, 250 Electric Light Installation, The Greenock, 50 Electric Light at the Paris Opera, The, 522, 546 Electric Light in Theatres, The, 404, 453, 454 Electric Lighting :

Ammeter, Miller’s Electro-Magnetic, 88

Domestic Electric Lighting, 189, 545

Dynamo, The Andrews and Co.’s, 64

Dynamo and Engine, Kapp’s, 195

Electricity at the Inventions Exhibition, 64, 88, 195,196

Fusible Cut-out, Hedges’, 196

Greenock Electric Light Installation, The, 50

Lamp Fittings, The Weston Incandescent, 168, 169

Lamp, Hand, Merry weather’s Electric, 250

Lamps, incandescence, The Life of, 392, 393,439 Light, Electric, at the Paris Opera, 522, 546 Light, Electric, in Theatres, 404, 453, 454 Magnetic Cut-out, Hedges’, 196

Speed Indicator, Hedges’, 196

Weston Mercury Vacuum Pump for Exhausting Incandescence Lamps, 130, 139

Weston Systems, The, 86, 87

Electric Lighting, Domestic, 189, 545

Electricity at the Inventions Exhibition,. 64, 88, 195,196 , . „ .

Electro-Chemical Phenomenon, A Curious, 327 Elevated Railroad, The Meigs, 586

Elevator and Chaffcutter, Carson and Toone’s, 91 Engine, Allen and Co.’s Steam and Hydraulic

Reversing, 12

Engine and Boiler, Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s Vertical, 53 .

Engine, Centrifugal Pumping, Gwynnes 30-in.

“ Invincible,” 123,125, 215

Engine, Centrifugal Pumping, at the New Graving Dock, Aberdeen, Drysdale and Co. s., 100

Engine, Compound Pumping, at Whitacre, Birmingham, Gray’s, 247, 300

Engine and Crane, Aveling and Porter’s Traction, 52, 53

Engine, Crossley and Co.’s Vertical Otto Gas, 79

Engine, The Fielding High-Speed, 104, 105

Engine, Fowler and Co.’s Coupled Traction, 79

Engine, Gas, Atkinson’s Differential, 188

Engine with Girder Frame, Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Horizontal, 60

Engine, Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s Corliss, 251, 254

Engine, Horizontal, with Automatic Expansion

Gear, Holborow and Co.’s, 142

Engine and Kapp’s Dynamo, 195

Engine, Light Steam Fire, Merryweather and

Sons’, 113

Engine with Morton’s Ejector Condenser, 577

Engine, Robey and Co.’s Horizontal, 263

Engine, The Robey Semi-Portable, 481

Engine, Robey and Co.’s Semi-Portable with

Electric Governor, 206

Engine and Shipyard Works, Govan, Napier and Co.’s, Plan of, 272, 273

Engine, Umpherston’s Rag, 198

Engine, Vertical Compound Mill, Douglas and Grant’s, 603

Engine, Welford Brothers’ High-Speed, 385

Engine, Wells’s Balanced Compound, 469

Engine, The Willans Receiver Compound ; Diagrams, 18

Engine, Wolstenholme’s Compound Pumping;

North wich Water Works, 304

Engine Works, Dumbarton, Denny and Co.’s, Plan of, 221

Engineering, Civil, at the Inventions Exhibition, 1, 8, 30, 31, 101

Engineering and Shipyard Works, Clydebank, Thomsons’, Plan of, 269

Engines and Boilers of H.M.S. “Boadicea” and “Bacchante,” Rennies’, 325, 328

Engines and Boilers of H.M.S. “Surprise” and “ Alacrity,” 447, 450, 591

Engines, Compound Pumping, at Whitacre, Birmingham, Watt and Co.’s, 247, 300

Engines and Gig, Simpson and Denison’s 21-ft., 57

Engines, Sewage Pumping, at Boston, U.S.A., 560, 561

Engines, Traction, Aveling and Porter’s Steering Gear for, 573

Engines, Triple-Expansion, of the s.s. “ Meteor,” 172

“Ernest,” Thornycroft’s Shallow-Draught Nile Steamer, 542

Evans’s Combination Agricultural Implement, 565

Exhausting Incandescence Lamps, The Weston

Mercury Vacuum Pump for, 130, 139

Exhibition, Antwerp, The Telephone at, 331

Exhibition, The Brewers’, 453

Exhibition, The Paris Milling, 2

Experiments with Currents of Air, 160, 161

Explosion at Hell Gate, The, 413, 414, 415

Explosion, The Leeds Boiler, 332

Fairfield Works, Govan, Elder and Co.’s Plan of, 243

Fall for Chaffcutters, Maynard’s Automatic, 79

Feldmand Still, The, 460

Fencing, Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss’s, 74

Ferry Boat, Cowles’s Double-Screw, 587

Ferry, The Isle of Wight Steam, 126,127

Fielding High-Speed Engine, The, 104,105

Fire Engine, Light Steam, Merry weather and Sons’, 113

Fire Extinguisher and Pump, The Worthington,

Flood Rock ; Explosion at Hell Gate, 413

Floods, Nile, Impounding the, 241, 242

Flour Mill at Burscough, Ainscoughs’, 276, 277, 278

Fontinettes, France; Hydraulic Canal Lift at, 30, 31

Foot-Bridge at Chatham Pier, Law and Chatterton’s, 199

Forced Draught, 114

Forgings, Heavy, The Manipulation of, 504, 505, 515

Forrestt and Sons’ Stern-Wheel Steamer for the Brazilian Government, 202

Forth Bridge, Arrol’s Hydraulic Rivetting Machines at the, 523

Forth Bridge Great Caissons, The, 430, 538, 539

Forth Bridge, Raising the Sunken Caisson of the, 430

Fowler and Co.’s Coupled Traction Engine, 79

Fowler’s Tip Wagon, 361

Frodingham, On the Iron Industry of, 177

Furnace for Dust Fuel, Perret’s, 401

Furnace, The Stetefeldt, 293

Furnaces, Riley’s Cupola, 280

Furness and Co.’s Tenoning Machine, 289

Fusible Cut-out, Hedges’, 196

Gardner Machine Gun, The Improved, 152

Garrett and Sons’ Spark Catcher, 573

Gas Engine, Atkinson’s Differential, 188

Gas and other Illuminants at the Inventions Exhibition, 134

Gas Kiln, Dunnachie’s Continuous Regenerative, 372

Gauge Dimensions, Standards of Length as Applied to, 580, 624, 625

Gear, Automatic Expansion, Horizontal Engine with, Holborow and Co.’s, 142

Gear Cutter, Bilgram’s Bevel, 21

Gear, Hall’s Automatic Interlocking for Church Bells, 485

Gear, Safety, Lewis and Massey’s Automatic, 441 Gear, Steering, Aveling and Porter’s for Traction

Engines, 573 A_

Gearing, Transmission of Power by, 606, 607, out

Gibbon Rail Joint, The, 342 . , f.

Gig and Engines, Simpson and Denison s, zi-iv., 57

Girders, Launching Continuous, 527

Gland Packing, The Jerome, 156

Glengarnock Steel Works, Plan of the, 176 Glover’s Screens for Cement Manufacture, 51^ Governor, Almqvist’s Marine Engine, 368 Governor, M‘Farlane’s, 514 .

Graving Dock, Aberdeen, Centrifugal Pumpino

Engine at the, 100 ___ . a

Great Northern Railway Locomotive Works,

Doncaster, The, 122 .

Greenock Electric Light Installation, The, 50 Greenwood and Batley’s Double-Headed Twist-

Drill Cutting Machine, 590 .

Greenwood and Batley’s Milling Machinery, 222 Grinding Machine, Sterne and Co.’s Twist-Drill, 320

Gulland’s Diamond Rock Drill, 510, 511

Gun, The Improved Gardner Machine, 152

Gunboat “ Irrawaddy,” The, 551

Gwynnes’30-in. “Invincible” Centrifugal Pumping Engine, 123, 125, 215

Hall’s Automatic Interlocking Gear for Church

Bells, 485

Hall’s Train Communicator, 485

Hallside Works, Plan of the, 296

Hand Lamp, Merry weather’s Electric, 250

Harbour Works, Newhaven, 1, 8

Hathorn, Davey, and Co.’s Deep Well Pumps, 5o, 60

Heat, Solar, 531

Heavy Forgings, The Manipulation of, 504, 505, 515

Hedges’ Fusible Cut-out, 196

Hedges’ Magnetic Cut-out, 196

Hedges’ Speed Indicator, 196

Heliostatic Anemometer, Leupold’s, 623

Hell Gate, The Explosion at, 413, 414, 415

Henderson Process, Plant for the, 459

Heppel and Cranston’s Coal-Cutting Machine, 417

H.M.S. “Boadicea” and “Bacchante,” Boilers and Engines of, 325, 328

H.M.S. “ Irrawaddy,” 551

H.M.S. “ Surprise” and “ Alacrity,” Boilers of, 447, 450, 591

Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s Corliss Engine, 251, 251

Higginson’s Portable Hydraulic Rivetter, 250

High-Speed Engine, The Fielding, 104, 105

High-Speed Engine, Welford Brothers’, 385

Hill’s Arrangement for Securing Railway Carriage Windows, 160

Hind and Lund’s Machinery at Ainscoughs’ Mill, Burscough, 276, 277, 278

Hoist, Porrit’s Sack, 74

Hoisting and Traversing Crane, The Thwaite-

Neville, 610, 611

Hoists, Smith and Stevens’s Hydraulic, 369

Holborow and Co.’s Horizontal Engine with

Automatic Expansion Gear, 142

Holden and Brooke’s Boiler-Drilling Machine, 320

Holman Brothers’ Rock Drill, 417

Hornsby and Sons’ Spittlegate Iron Works, 71

Hose Coupling, Beck and Co.’s, 396

Howard’s Silo with Hydraulic Seal, 75, 77

Howard’s Tramway Sleepers, 76

Huddersfield Station, Roof of the, 384

Hunter and English’s Steam Dredger, The “ Tilbury,” 566, 568

Hurdy-Gurdy Water-Wheel, Pelton’s, 433

Hydraulic Canal Lift at Fontinettes, France, 30, 31

Hydraulic Canal Lift at La Louvidre, Belgium, 101

Hydraulic Hoists, Smith and Stevens’s, 369

Hydraulic Propulsion, Thornycroft’sTorpedo Boat with, 26, 27, 585

Hydraulic Rivetter, Higginson’s Portable, 250

Hydraulic Rivetting Machines, Forth Bridge, 523

Hydraulic Rivetting Machine, Smith and Co.’s 317

Hydraulic Spade ; Forth Bridge, 537

Hydraulic and Steam Reversing Engine, Allen and Co.’s, 12

Impounding the Nile Floods, 241, 242

Incandescence Lamps, The Life of, 392, 393, 439

Incandescent Lamp Fittings, The Weston System of, 168, 169

Indicator Cards of Locomotive Performances 283 ’

Indicator, Clark and Low’s, 41

Indicator, Hedges’ Speed, 196

Indicator, Kapteyn’s Train Pipe, 348, 349

Indicator, Lloyd’s Telegraph, 324

Indicator, Rogers’s Station, 156

Interlocking Gear for Railway 531

Signals, Davis’s,

Interlocking and Signalling Apparatus for Rifle Ranges, 623

Inventions Exhibition, The :

Boilers:

Marine Boiler with 'Cylindrical Combustion

Chambers, M‘Kaigand Smitt’s, 476

“Staffordshire” Boiler, Whittle’s, 476

Candle-Making Machinery, Price’s:

Candlewick Plaiting Machine, 4

Perforated Candle-Moulding Machine 5

Spiral Candle-Moulding Machines, 5 ’

Cask-Making Machinery, Ransome and Co

148,149, 151 V0, 8’

Civil Engineering:

Concrete Mixing Machine, Carey and Latham’s, 8

Hydraulic Canal Lift at Fontinettes 30 31

Hydraulic Canal Lift at La Louvtere 101

Newhaven Harbour Works, 1,8 ’

Electricity:

Ammeter, Miller’s Electro-Magnetic 88

Dynamo, The Andrews and Co.’s, 64 ’

Engine and Kapp’s Dynamo, 195

Fusible Cut-out, Hedges’, 196

Magnetic Cut-out, Hedges’, 196

Speed Indicator, Hedges’, 196

Engine, The Fielding High-Speed, 104 105

Inventions Exhibition, The—continued.

Engine, Gas, Atkinson’s Differential, 188

Engine, Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.’s Corliss, 251, 254

Engine, Horizontal, with Automatic Expansion Gear, Holborow and Co.’s, 142

Engine, Light Steam Fire, Merry weather and Sons’, 113

Engine, Robey and Co.’s Horizontal, 263

Engine, Robey and Co.’s Semi-Portable, with

Electric Governor, 206 ’

Engine, Umpherston’s Rag, 198

Gas and other Illuminants :

Burner, The Bower Regenerative, 134

Burner, The Clark Regenerative, 134

Burner, The Wenham Regenerative, 134

Locomotive, Merryweather and Sons’ Steam Tramway, 230

Machine Tools :

Boiler Drilling-Machine, Holden and Brooke’s, 320

Hydraulic Rivetting Machines, Smith and Co.’s, 317

Keel Rivetting Machine, Smith and Co.’s, 317 I

Milling Machinery, Greenwood and Batley’s, 222

Planing Machine, Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s, 223

Plate-Straightening Machine, Britton’s, 321

Saw-Sharpening Machine, Sterne and Co.’s, ! 317

Twist-Drill Cutting Machine, Greenwood and Batley’s, 590

Twist-Drill Grinding Machine, Sterne and

Co.’s, 320

Mining Machinery :

Coal-Cutting Machine, Heppel and Cranston’s, 417

Coal-Washer, Sheppard’s, 510

Prospecting Drill, Portable, 443

Rock Drill, The Barrow, 446

Rock Drill, The Beaumont, 442

Rock Drill, The Cranston, 416

Rock Drill, Gulland’s Diamond, 510, 511

Rock Drill, Holman Brothers’, 417

Safety Gear, Lewis and Massey’s Automatic, 441

Screens for Cement Manfacture, Glover’s, 512

Stone-Breaker, Baxter and Co.’s, 441

Miscellaneous Exhibits :

Centrifugal Machine, Weston’s, 492

Coiling Metal Tubes, Sharp’s Process of, 485

Colour-Grinding Machine, Brinies and Goodwin’s, 365

Compressed Air Machinery for Casting

Pottery, Minton’s, 156

Condenser, The Brunswick, 492

Gas Kiln, Dunnachie’s Continuous Regenerative, 372

Gland Packing, The Jerome, 156

Hydraulic Hoists, Smith and Stevens’s, 369

Interlocking Gear for Church Bells, Hall’s

Automatic, 485

Marine Engine Governor, Almqvist’s, 368

Ore Separator, Scott’s, 156

Railway Carriage Windows, Hill’s Arrangement for Securing, 160

Removing Flint Powder from Biscuit Ware, Minton’s Apparatus for, 156

Station Indicator, Rogers’s, 156

Train Communicator, Hall’s, 485

Water Meter, Alien’s, 492

Waverley Turbine, Duncan Brothers’, The, 368 ’

Naval Architecture:

Gig and Engines, Simpson and Denison’s

21ft., 57

Permanent Way:

Bridge Chair, Smith’s, 341

Rail Joint, The Gibbon, 342

Railway Chair, Poyser’s, 341

Tram Rail and Clamp, The Adlard, 342

Physical Science:

Cathetometer; Cambridge Scientific Instrument Society, 397

Floating Solid Iron in Molten Lead, Wright-son s Apparatus for, 595

Microtome, Caldwell’s Automatic Cam-bridge Scientific Instrument Society, 397

Surveying Level, 14-in.; Cambridge Scientific

Instrument Society, 397

Transit Instruments and Lamps, Latimer Clark’s, 400

Pumps:

Hose Coupling, Beck and Co.’s, 396

Rotary Blower, Beck and Co.’s, 396

Well-Sinking, Warner and Sons’, 396

Pyrometer, Saintignon’s, 226

Road-Sweeping Machine, Taylor’s, 337

S1x?alJi.nSrApparatu8’ Standard ; London and

North-Western Railway, 472

Wood-Working Machinery :

Band Saw for Cutting Bevelled Work, Wors-sam and Co.’s, 421

®a“d SaW Sharpening Machine, Martinier’s,

^^-Making Machinery, Ransome and Co.’s, u T General Joiner, Worssam and Co.’s, 420, 421 Invincible,” Centrifugal Pumping Engine Gwynnes’ 30-in., 123, 125,215 ’

Iron Industry of Frodingham, on the, 177 1R2? AND. Steel Institute, The :

Blochairn Steel Works, Scotland, The, 296 k^pbuilchng and Engineering Works, The

Clydebank, Thomsons’, 269

fiall8idp Works, Scotland, The, 296

Snipbuilding and Engineering Works, Dennv and Co.’s, 219, 221

Shipbuilding Works, The Fairfield, Govan Elder and Co.’s, 243’

Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Napier and Co.’s, 272, 273

Sfchame’sri76Glengarn°Ck’ Merry and Cuning-“ Irrawaddy,” H.M.S., 551 isle of Wight Steam Ferry, 126,127

Jerome Gland Packing, The, 156

Joiner, Worssam and Co.’s General, 420, 421

Kaiping Colliery, The ; North China, 518

Kapp’s Dy apipeEnSka’tor, M8, 349 I

Hu*h SnnthandCo.a,

Kell? Meats >£nd.^

Kilbowie, Tne

KnSandCo.’sWhippietree, 78

La Guaira and Caracas Railway, Venezuela, The, L^S^i-Guaira and Caracas Lamp Firtinges?The Weston System of Incandes-

Lamps, Gance s,^in tn Life of, 393> 439

LaSps and Transit Instruments, Latimer Clark's,

Launching Continuous G W

LeupoFd’s' Heliostatic Anemometer, 623

Levek Shipyard,'Plan'’of thc ’> Denn>’ and Co-’8>

H?°Wvdratdic Canal, at Eontinettes, 30, 31 L$! Hydraulic Canal, at La LouviCre, Belgium, t ilhi Electric, at the Paris Opera, 522, 546 tFlpntric in Theatres, 404, 453, 454 ught Installation, The Greenock Electric, 50 T io-htin”-. Domestic Electric, 189, d4o

Lighting^ Electric, The Weston System of, New t invd’s’ Telegraph Indicator, 324

Lock Nut, Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss s, 433 I ockin,r Gear for Railway Signals, Davis s, 531 Locomotive, Compound (Webb’s System) for the

Paulista Railway, Sharp, Stewart, and Co. s, Locomotive for the La Guaira and Caracas Rail-

wav. Venezuela, 373, 376

Locomotive for the Paulista Railway, DUbsand Co.’s, San Paulo, Brazil, 34, 35

Locomotive Performances ; Diagrams, -83 Locomotive, Steam Tramway, Merry weather and

Locomotive Works, The Great Northern Rail-way, Doncaster, 122

Locomotives, Compound, 4SC, 574

London and North-Western Signalling Apparatus, Webb’s, 472

Lucas’s Temporary Rudder, 324

McFarlane’s Governor, 514

Machine, Asquith’s Radial Drilling, 246

Machine, Booth and Co.’s Boiler Shell Drilling, 424

Machine, Bradley and Craven’s Brickmaking, 82 Machine, Brinjes and Goodwin’s Colour-Grinding, 365

Machine, Britton’s Plate-Straightening, 321 Machine, Combined Planing and Slotting, Shanks and Co.’s, 227 .

Machine, Furness and Co.’s Tenoning, 289 Machine, Greenwood and Batley’s Milling, 222 Machine, Greenwood and Batley’s, Twist-Drill

Cutting, 590

Machine Gun, The Gardner Improved, 152 Machine, Heppel and Cranston’s Coal-Cutting, 417 Machine, Holden and Brooke’s Boiler Drilling, 320

Machine, Hydraulic Rivetting; Forth Bridge, 523 Machine, Martinier’s Band Saw Sharpening, 4-0 Machine, Multiple Punching ; Britannia Iron

Works, Gainsborough, 119

Machine, Planing, Sharp, Stewart and Co.’s, 223 Machine, Printing, Sauvde’s Combined Perfecting and Duplex Single-Cylinder, 583

Machine, Rush worth and Co.’s, Plate-Flattening, 9 . . .

Machine, Seri ven and Co.’s Plate-Straightening, 619

Machine, Sheppard’s Coal-Washing, 510

Machine, Smith and Co.’s Hydraulic Rivetting, 317

Machine, Smith and Co.’s Keel-Rivetting, 317 Machine, Sterne and Co.’s Saw-Sharpening, 317 Machine, Sterne and Co.’s Twist Drill Grinding, 320

Machine, Taylor’s Road-Sweeping, 337 Machine Tools ; Drilling Machines, 583, 581 Machine Tools at the Inventions Exhibition, 222, 223, 317, 320

Machine, Weston’s Centrifugal, 492

Machinery at Ainscoughs’ Mill, Burscough, Ilind and Lund’s, 276, 277, 278

Machinery, Cask-Making, Ransome and Co.’s, 148, 149, 151

Machinery, Milling, Greenwood and Batley’s, 222

Machinery, Price’s Candle-Making, 4, 5

Machines, Worssam and Co.’s Wood-Working, 420, 421

M‘Kaig and Stitt’s Marine Boiler with Cylindrical Combustion Chambers, 476

Magnetic Cut-out, Hedges’, 196

Main Drainage System, The Boston (U.S.A.), 556, 557, 560, 561

Manipulation of Heavy Forgings, The, 504, 505, 515

Map of Obstructions in the East River ; Explosion at Hell Gate, 413

Map of Streets, New York ; The Weston Systems of Electric Lighting, 86

Marine Boiler with Cylindrical Combustion Chambers, M'Kaig and Stitt’s, 476

Manne Engine Governor, Almqvist’s, 368 Marshall, J.T., and Co.’s Chimney Lifter, 573 Marshall, Sons, and Co.’s Britannia Iron Works,

Gainsborough, Plan of, 118

• n’.Sons»and Co-’8 Chimney Raiser, 60 artnne r s Band Saw Sharpening Machine, 420 ?}aynard’s Automatic Fall for Chaffcutters, 79 Maynard and Cooke’s Proposed Method of Constructing River Tunnels, 153

mechanical Engineers, The Institution of : Domestic Electric Lighting, 189

Gunbar and Ruston’s Steam Navvy, 180, 203 rodingham, The Iron Industry of, 177

Mechan. Engineers, Institution of—continued.

Great Northern Railway Works, Doncaster, 122 Marshall, Sons, and Co.’s Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough, 118

Punching Machine, Multiple, Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough, 119

Robey Semi-Portable Engine, The, 481

Sheaf Iron and Wood Works, Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s, Lincoln, 96

Spittlegate Iron Works, Hornsby and Sons’, 71

Stamp End Works, Lincoln, Clayton and Shuttleworth’s, 97

Trent Iron Works, Newark, Nicholson and Son’s, 149

Mechanical Engineers, The American Society of :

Boston Main Drainage System, 556, 557, 560, 561

Elevated Railroad, The Meigs, 586

Ferry Boat, Cowles’s Double-Screw, 587

Standard Pipe and Pipe Threads, 605

Transmission of Power by Gearing, 606, 607, 608

Twist Drills, 587

Mechanism, Sphere and Roller, Shaw’s, 509

Meigs Elevated Railroad, The, 586

Merry and Cuninghame’s Steel Works, Glen-garnock, 176

Merryweather and Sons’ Electric Hand Lamp, 250

Merry weather and Sons’ Light Steam Fire Engine, 113

Merryweather and Sons’ Steam Tramway Locomotive, 230

Messenger’s Valve, 43

Metal Tubes, Sharp’s Process of Coiling, 485

“ Meteor,” s.s., Triple-Expansion Engines, Crankshaft and Boiler of the, 172, 173

Meteorological Instruments, Draper’s Self-Recording, 534, 535

Meter, Deacon’s Waste Water, 488, 489

Microtome, Caldwell’s Automatic, 397

Mill, Ainscoughs’, Hind and Lund’s Machinery at, 276, 277, 278

Mill for Bilbao, Blooming, 56

Mill Engine, Vertical Compound, Douglas and Grant’s, 603

Miller’s Electro-Magnetic Ammeter, 88

Milling Exhibition, The Paris, 2

Milling Machinery, Greenwood and Batley’s, 222

Mine, Ground Plan of the ; Hell Gate Explosions, 414

Mining Machinery at the Inventions Exhibition, 416,417

Minton’s Apparatus for Removing Flint Powder from Biscuit Ware, 156

Minton’s Compressed Air Machinery for Casting Pottery, 156

Miscellaneous Exhibits at the Inventions Exhibition, 156, 160, 365, 368, 369, 372, 485, 492

Morison and Armstrong’s Pumps for Dip Workings, 468

Morton’s Ejector Condenser, Engine with, 577

Motor, Allin’s Water, 492

Motor, The Davey Domestic, 49

Murray’s Drain-Cleaning Rods, 76

Multiple Punching Machine; Britannia Iron

Works, Gainsborough, 119

Nalder and Nalder’s Corn Sizer, 75

Napier and Co.’s Shipyard and Engine Works, Govan, Plan of, 272, 273

Naval Architecture at the Inventions Exhibition, 57

Navvy, Dunbar and Ruston’s Steam, 180, 203

Newhaven Harbour Works, 1, 8

Nicholson and Son’s Pulveriser, 91

Nicholson and Son’s Trent Iron Works, Newark, Plan of, 149

Nile Floods, Impounding the, 241, 242

Nile Steamer “Ernest,” Thornycroft’s Shallow Draught, 542

North China; The Kaiping Colliery, 518

Northwich Water Works, Wolstenholme’s Compound Pumping Engine at, 304

Nut, Lock, Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss’s, 433

Opera, Paris, The Electric Light at the, 522, 516

Ore, Rolls for Crushing, 461

Ore Separator, Scott’s, 156

Ores, Silver, The Amalgamation of, 559

Otto Gas Engine, Crossley and Co.’s Vertical, 79

Paris Milling Exhibition, The, 2

Paris Opera, The Electric Light at the, 522, 546

Paulista Railway, Compound Locomotive for (Webb’s System), Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s, 610,614

Paulista Railway, San Paulo, Brazil, Dtlbs and Co.’s Locomotive for the, 34, 35

Peat Breaker, Bracher’s, 78

Pelton’s Hurdy-Gurdy Water-Wheel, 433

Perfecting and Duplex Single-Cylinder Printing Machine, Sauvee’s Combined, 583

Perforated Candle-Moulding Machine, 5

Permanent Way at the Inventions Exhibition, 341, 342

Perret’s Furnace for Dust Fuel, 401

Phenomenon, A Curious Electro-Chemical, 327

Physical Science at the Inventions Exhibition, 397, 400, 595

Pipe Joint, Corbett’s, 78

Pipe Threads and Pipe, Standard, 605

Plan of the Blochairn Steel Works, 296

Plan of the Boston (U.S.A.) Main Drainage System, 556

Plan of Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Stamp End Works, Lincoln, 97

Plan of Denny and Co.’s Engine Works, Dumbarton, 221

Plan of Denny and Co.’s Shipyard, The Leven, 219

Plan of the Fairfield Works, Govan, Elder and Co.’s, 243

Plan of the Glengarnock Steel Works, 176

Plan of the Great Northern Railway Works, Doncaster, 122

Plan of the Hallside Steel Works, 296

Plan of the La Guaira and Caracas Railway, Venezuela, 344

Plan of Marshall, Sons, and Co.’s Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough, 118

Plan of Napier and Co.’s Shipyard and Engine Works, Govan, 272, 273

Plan of Nicholson and Son’s Trent Iron Works,

Newark, 149 „

Plan of Ruston, Proctor, and Co. s Sheaf Iron and Wood Works, Lincoln, 96

Plan of the Singer Manufacturing Company’s Works at Kilbowie, 210

Plan of the Spittlegate Iron Works, 71

Plan of Thomsons’ Clydebank Shipyard and Engine Works, 269

Planing Machine, Sharp, Stewart and Co. s, 223

Planing and Slotting Machine, Shanks and Co.’s Combined, 227

Plant for the Addie or Langloan Process, 459 Plant for the Alexander and M’Cosh Process, 388 Plant for the Henderson Process, 459

Plate-Flattening Machine, Rush worth and Co.’s, 9 Plate-Straightening Machine, Britton’s, 321 Plate-Straightening Machine, Scriven and Co.’s, 619

Pneumatic Telegraphs, 482

Porrit’s Sack Hoist, 74

Portable Hydraulic Rivetter, Higginson’s, 250

Portland Cement, Testing, 145, 146

Poutiloff Canal, The, 42

Power by Gearing, Transmission of, 606, 607, 608

Poyser’s Railway Chair, 341

Price’s Candle-Making Machinery, 4, 5

Printing Machine, Sauvde’s Combined Perfecting and Duplex Single-Cylinder, 583

Prospecting Drill, Portable, 443

Protractor, A New, 163

Pulveriser, Nicholson and Son’s, 91

Pump and Fire Extinguisher,The Worthington,465

Pump, Warner and Sons’ Well Sinking, 396

Pump, The Weston Mercury Vacuum, for Exhausting Incandescence Lamps, 130, 139

Pumping Engine, Centrifugal, Gwynnes’ 30-in.

“ Invincible,” 123, 125, 215

Pumping Engine, Centrifugal, at the New Graving Dock, Aberdeen, Drysdale and Co.’s, 100

Pumping Engine, Compound, at Whitacre, Birmingham, 247, 300

Pumping Engine, Wolstenholme’s Compound :

Northwich Water Works, 304

Pumping Engines, Sewage, at Boston, U.S.A., 556, 557, 560, 561

Pumps for Dip Workings, Morison and Armstrong’s, 468

Pumps, Hathorn, Davey, and Co.’s Deep Well, 55, 60

Pumps at the Inventions Exhibition, 396

Punching Machine, Multiple ; Britannia Iron

Works, Gainsborcugh, 119

Purification of the Thames, The,” 182

Pyrometer, Saintignon’s, 226

Quenepe, View near; La Guaira and Caracas Railway, Venezuela, 352

Radial Drilling Machine, Asquith’s, 246

Rag Engine, Umpherston’s, 198

Rail Joint, The Gibbon, 342

Railroad, The Meigs Elevated, 586

Railway Carriage Windows, Hill’s Arrangement for Securing, 160

Railway Carriages, Boyle’s System of Ventilating, 313

Railway Chair, Poyser’s, 341

Railway, The La Guaira and Caracas, Venezuela, 344, 345, 352, 373, 376

Railway, Paulista, Compound Locomotive for (Webb’s System), Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s, 610, 614

Railway, Paulista, San Paulo, Brazil, Dtlbs and Co.’s Locomotive for the, 34, 35

Railway Signals, Davis’s Locking Gear for, 531

Rainforth and Sons’ Adjustable Corn Screen, 74

Ransome and Co.’s Cask-Making Machinery, 148, 149,151 . J

Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Horizontal Engine with Girder Frame, 60

Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’ Whippietrees, 78

Regenerative Burner, The Bower, 134

Regenerative Burner, The Clark, 134

Regenerative Burner, The Wenham, 134

Regenerative ^as Kiln, Dunnachie’s Continuous, 372

Registers, Watchmen s Time, 391, 392

Repairing Broken Crankshafts, 385

Reservoir, The Whitacre ; Birmingham Corporation Water Works, 301

Reversing Engine, Allen and Co.’s Steam and Hydraulic, 12

Rifle Ranges, Signalling and Interlocking Apparatus for, 623

Riley’s Cupola Furnaces, 280

River Tunnels, Maynard and Cooke’s Proposed

Method of Constructing, 153

Rivetter, Higginson’s Portable Hydraulic, 250

Rivetting Machine, Hydraulic ; Forth Bridge, 523

Rivetting Machine, Smith and Co.’s Hydraulic, 317

Road-Sweeping Machine, Taylor’s, 337

Robey and Co.’s Horizontal Engine, 263

Robey’s Semi-Portable Engine, The, 481

Robey and Co.’s Semi-Portable Engine with

Electric Governor, 206

Rock Drill, The Barrow, 446

Rock Drill, The Beaumont, 442

Rock Drill, Cranston’s, 416

Rock Drill, Gulland’s Diamond, 510, 511

Rock Drill, Holman Brothers’, 417

Rogers’s Station Indicator, 156

Roller and Sphere Machinery, 509

Rolls for Crushing Ore, 464

Roof of the Huddersfield Station, 384

Root’s Boilers at the Whitacre Pumping Station, Birmingham, 297

Rotary Blower, Beck and Co.’s, 396

Rudder, Lucas’s Temporary, 324

Rushworth and Co’s Plate-Flattening Machine, 9

Russell and Co.’s Sixty-Ton Steam Derrick Crane at Port-Glasgow, 564

Russian Government Submarine Torpedo Boat (System Gourbet), 493, 496

Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s Sheaf Iron and Wood Works, Lincoln, Plan of the, 96

Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s Vertical Engine and Boiler, 53

Sack Hoist, Porrit’s, 74

Safety Gear, Lewis and Massey’s Automatic, 441 Saintignon’s Pyrometer, 226

Sauv^e’s Combined Perfecting and Duplex Single

Cylinder Printing Machine, 583

Saw-Sharpening Machine, Martinier’s Band Saw, 420

Saw-Sharpening Machine, Sterne and Co.’s, 317

Scott’s Ore Separator, 156

Screen, Corn, Rainforth and Sons’ Adjustable, 74 Screens for Cement Manufacture, Glover’s, 512 Seri ven and Co.’s Plate-Straightening Machine, 619 Self • Recording Meteorological Instruments,

Draper’s, 534, 535

Sewage Pumping Engines at Boston, U.S.A., 560, 561

Shallow Draught Nile Steamer “ Ernest,” Thorny-croft’s, 542

Shanks and Co.’s Combined Planing and Slotting Machine, 227

Sharp’s Process of Coiling Metal Tubes, 485

Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s Compound Locomotive for the Paulista Railway (Webb’s System), 610, 614

Sharp, Stewart, and Co.’s Planing Machine, 223 Sheaf Iron and Wood Works, Lincoln, Ruston,

Proctor, and Co.’s, Plan of the, 96

Sheppard’s Coal-Washing Machine, 510

Shipyard and Engineering Works, Clydebank, Thomsons’, Plan of, 269

Shipyard, The Leven, Denny and Co.’s, Plan of, 219

Shipyard and Engine Works, Govan, Napier and Co.’s, Plan of, 272, 273

Show, The Smithfield Club :

Chimney Lifter, J. T. Marshall and Co.’s, 573 Spark Catcher, Garrett and Sons’, 573

Steering Gear for Traction Engines, Aveling ; and Porter’s, 573

Signalling Apparatus, Standard ; London and North-Western Railway, 472

Signalling and Interlocking Apparatus for Rifle Ranges, 623

Signals, Railway, Davis’s Locking Gear for, 531

Silo with Hydraulic Seal, Howard’s, 75, 77

Silo Press, Blunt’s, 75

Silo and Silo Press, Bayliss, Jones, and Bayliss’s, 75

Silver Ores, The Amalgamation of, 559

Simpson and Denison’s 21-ft. Gig and Engines, 5

Singer Manufacturing Company’s Works at Kil-bowie, The, 210

Sleepers, Howard’s Tramway, 76

S1Coinfined, 227ninSMaChine’ Shanks and Co-’8

BridSe Chair, 341

Smith n°-’? hydraulic Rivetting Machine, 317

Sm lh £?• 8 Keel-Rivetting Machine, 317 sXr Heat S537en8’8 Hydraulio Hoists, 369

er’ Gar^tt and Sons’, 573

□park Catcher, Tyrer’s 60

Speed Indicator, Hedges’, 196

qR;^enaudnRoller Mechanism, Shaw’s, 509

Spiral Candle-Moulding Machine, 5

Spittlegate Iron Works, Plan of the, 71

Wheel, Aveling and Porter’s, 79

Staffordshire” Boiler, Whittle’s, 476 stamp End Works, Lincoln, Clayton and Shuttleworth’s, Plan of the, 97

^Pe and Pipe Threads, 605

Standards of Length as Applied to Gauge Dimensions, 580, 624, 625

Stanley’s Protractor, 163

| Station, Huddersfield, Roof of the, 384

i Station Indicator, 156

Station near Laiquitia ; La Guaira and Caracas

Railway, Venezuela, 345

Steam Derrick Crane, Sixty-Ton, at Port-Glasgow, Russell and Co.’s, W64

Steam Dredger, The “Tilbury,” Hunter and English’s, 566, 568

Steam Ferry, The Isle of Wight, Mason’s, 126,127

Steam and Hydraulic Reversing Engine, Allen and Co.’s, 12

Steam Navvy, Dunbar and Ruston’s, 180, 203

Steam Tramway Locomotive, Merryweather and Sons’, 230

Steel Company of Scotland’s Works, Plan of the, 296

Steel Works, The Glengarnock, Plan of, 176

Steering Gear for Traction Engines, Aveling and

Porter’s, 573

Stern-Wheel Steamer for the Brazilian Government, Forrestt and Sons’, 202

Sterne and Co.’s Saw-Sharpening Machine, 317

Sterne and Co.’s Twist Drill Grinding Machine, 320

Stetefeldt Furnace, The, 293

Still, The Feldmand, 460

Stone-Breaker, Baxter and Co.’s, 441

Straightening Machine, Scriven and Co.’s Plate, 619

Submarine Torpedo Boat (System Gourbet) for the Russian Government, 493, 496

“ Surprise” and “ Alacrity,” H.M.S., Boilers of, 447, 450, 591

Surveying Level, 14-in., 397

Tar and Ammonia from Blast Furnaces, 388, 410, 459, 460

Taylor’s Road-Sweeping Machine, 337

Telegraph Indicator, Lloyd’s, 324

Telegraphs, Pneumatic, 482

Telephone at the Antwerp Exhibition, The; 331

Temporary Rudder, Lucas’s, 324

Tenoning Machine, Furness and Co.’s, 289

Testing Portland Cement, 145, 146

Thames, Purification of the, 182

Theatres, The Electric Light in, 404, 453, 454

Thomsons’ Clydebank Shipyard and Engineering

Works, Plan of, 269

Thornycroft’s Shallow - Draught Nile Steamer, “Ernest,” 542

Thornycroft’s Torpedo Boat with Hydraulic Propulsion, 26, 27, 585

“ Tilbury,” Hunter and English’s Steam Dredger,

566, 568

Time Registers, Watchmen’s, 391, 392

Tip Wagon, Percival Fowler’s, 361

Tools, Machine ; Drilling Machines, 583, 584

Torpedo Boat, Submarine (System Gourbet), for the Russian Government, 493, 496

Torpedo Boat, Thornycroft’s, with Hydraulic Propulsion, 26, 27, 585

Traction Engine and Crane, Aveling and Porter s,

Traction Engine, Fowler and Co.’s Coupled, 79

Traction Engines, Aveling and Porter’s Steering

Gear for, 573

Train Communicator, Hall s, 485

Train Pipe Indicator, Kapteyn’s, 348, 349

Tram Rail and Clamp, The Adlard, 342

Tramway Locomotive, Merryweather and Sons

Steam, 230

Tramway Sleepers, Howard’s, 76

Transit Instruments and Lamps, Latimer Clark’s, 400 , -

Transmission of Power by Gearing, 606, 607, 608

Trent Iron Works, Newark, Nicholson, and Son’s, Plan of, 149

Triple-Expansion Engines of the s.s. “ Meteor,” 172,173

Tubular Boilers, 409

Tunnels, River, Maynard and Cooke’s Proposed

Method of Constructing, 153

Turbine, The Waverley, 368

Twist Drill Cutting Machine, Greenwood and Batley’s Double-Headed, 590

Twist Drill Grinding Machine, Sterne and Co.’s, 320

Twist Drills, 587

Tyrer’s Spark Catcher, 60

Umpherston’s Rag Engine, 198

Vacuum Pump, The Weston Mercury, for Exhausting Incandescence Lamps, 130, 139

Valve Gear, Davey’s Differential, 226

Valve, Messenger’s, 43

Ventilating Railway Carriages, Boyle’s System of, 313

Vertical Compound Mill Engine, Douglas and Grant’s, 603

Vertical Engine and Boiler, Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s, 53

Vertical Otto Gas Engine, Crossley and Co.’s, 79

Viaduct, El Chorro ; La Guaira and Caracas Railway, Venezuela, 345

Vipan and Headley’s Whippietrees, 78

Wagon, Tip, Percival Fowler’s, 361

Waltham Watch, The, 15

Warner and Sons’ Well-Sinking Pump, 396

Waste-Water Meter, Deacon’s, 488, 489

Watchmen’s Time Registers, 391, 392

Water Motor, Allin’s, 492

Water Pumped and Rental Received by the Birmingham Water Works Co. ; Diagram, 299

Water Wheel, Pelton’s Hurdy-Gurdy, 433

Water Works, Birmingham Corporation, 247, 297, 299, 300, 301

Watt and Co.’s Compound Pumping Engines at Whitacre, Birmingham, 247, 300

Waverley Turbine, Duncan Brothers’, 368

Webb’s Compound Locomotive, 610, 614

Webb’s Signalling Apparatus ; London and North-Western Railway, 472

Welford Brothers’ High-Speed Engine, 385

Well Pumps, 55, 60

Wells’s Balanced Compound Engine, 469

Well-Sinking Pump, Warner and Sons’, 396

Wenham Regenerative Burner, The, 134

Weston’s Centrifugal Machine, 492

Weston Mercury Vacuum Pump for Exhausting Incandescence Lamps, The, 130, 139

Weston System of Electric Lighting, New Yorkf The, 86, 87

Weston System of Incandescent Lamp Fittings, The, 168, 169

Wheel, Avelingand Porter’s Spring, 79

Whippietrees, Corbett’s, 78

Whippietrees, Davey, Sleep, and Co.’s, 78

Whippietrees, Kell, Meats, and Co.’s, 78

Whippietrees, Knapp and Co.’s, 78

Whippietrees, Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies’, 78

Whippietrees, Vipan and Headley’s, 78

Whitacre, Details of Compound Pumping Engines at, 247, 300

Whitacre Pumping Station, Birmingham, Root’s Boilers at the, 297

Whitacre Reservoir, The ; Birmingham Corporation Water Works, 301

Whittle’s “Staffordshire” Boiler, 476

Willans Receiver Compound Engine, The ; Diagrams, 18

Windows, Railway Carriage, Hill’s Arrangement for Securing, 160

Wolstenholme’s Compound Pumping Engine;

Northwich Water Works, 304

Wood’s Corn Mill, 82

Wood-Working Machinery at the Inventions Exhibition, 148,149, 151, 420, 421

Worssam and Co.’s General Joiner, 420, 421

Worthington Pump and Fire Extinguisher, The, 465

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