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Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Letters to the Editor Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1894 Jan-Jun: Index

Air, Compressed, Meter. Interesado, 811

Air Pump Substitute at Sea. Jas. B. Richardson, 717

Aluminium and Steel. J. T. Bucknill, 270; Bickle and Co., Limited, 300

American v. English Railway Carriages. A Carriage Builder, 181; Edward Walker, 208 ; Novoye Vremya, 208 ; C. J. Anderson, 332 ; Novoye Vremya, 332; A Carriage Builder, 459

Analysis of Furnace Gases. Josiah McGregor, 239. See Marine Engine Trials. J. Hudson Beare, 299

Aqueduct, Barton Swing. W. II. Thorpe, 175 Artificers in the Navy, Engine-Room. Harry Williams, 268 ; Ranker, 268 ; Chief Stoker, 298; George Howell, 328; James Swift, 328 ; Impartial, 661; Staff Engineer, R.N., 679; Chief Stoker, 713 ; Verax, 777

Balancing of Engines and Bridge Failures. H. Rolfe, 52; J. D. T., 76; 11. Rolfe, 151, 174; J. D. T., 174 ; R. A. Zeise, 175 ; H. Rolfe, 206 ; J. D. T., 239; J. F. Tyrrell, 298; II. Rolfe, 298; J. D. T., 353; H. Rolfe, 386; J. F. Tyrrell, 427; J. D. T., 427; H. Rolfe, 458 ; Wilson Hartnell, 516; H. Rolfe, 517, 661; X. Y., 679; II. Clarke, 713; H. Rolfe, 754, 777 ; Novoye Vremya, 860

Barton Swing Aqueduct. W. H. Thorpe, 175 Battleship Stability (H.M.S. “Resolution”).

Algernon de Horsey, Admiral, 76; W. H. Wheetem, 661

Belleville Boilers. Walter II. Maudslay, 758 Bevel Gear, High-Speed. A. L. F., 428 Bilge Keels. See Battleship Stability

Boiler Explosions, The Lancet on Kitchen. Edward Ingham, 175 ; Lavington E. Fletcher, 240

Boiler Tubes, Leaky. Alexander Sime, 331 Boilers, Belleville. Walter H. Maudslay, 758 Boilers, Water-Tube v. Cylindrical. See Water-Tube

“ Brandenburg” Explosion. R. N., 860

Bridge Failures, Balancing of Engines and. See Balancing of Engines

Bridge, Glasgow. Anti-Vandal, 332

British Conservatism and Australian Patriotism.

Evacustes A. Phipson, 24

British Locomotives. Novoye Vremya, 758

“Campania” and “ Lucan ia.” Lewis Beard, 623 Canary Islands Water Supply. Irrigation, 23 Canoes, Steel. Thomas Christy, 683

Capital and Labour. J. T. Bucknill, 331; A Subscriber, 353 ; Evacustes A. Phipson, 353 ; J. L. D., 354; F. E. B., 493; J. T. Bucknill, 493; Civil Engineer, 559; David Macdonald, 559; A. Hanssen, 559; A Subscriber, 559; Benedict W. Ginsburg, 626; J. T. Bucknill, 626; F. G. W., 626; J. M., 627; David Mac-donald, 682; Hugh B. Rooper, 682; Civil Engineer, 682; A Subscriber, 683; A. Hanssen, 683 ; F. W B., 716 ; J. M., 716 ; J. T. Bucknill, 716; A. B. C., 716; F. G. W., 716; K. Nave, 757; Hugh B. Rooper, 757 ; David Macdonald, 757 ; E. A. Phipson, 758; P. D., 776; J. M.,776; David Macdonald, 812; J. M., 812; Alfred Hanssen, 855 ; F. G. W., 855 ; A Subscriber, 855

Carnegie Fire-Proof Buildings. F. H. Kindi, 274

Carriages, American v. British Railway. See American v. British Carriages

Cement Concrete, Making Portland. Percy J. Neate, 754

“ Charleston,” Cruise of the. Cruiser Engineer, 355

Colliery Accidents. Experience, 299

“ Columbia,” U. S. Cruiser. Edward T. Gregory, 428

Compound Locomotives. William Sisson, 54 ; J. D. T., 77 ; Jas. Dunlop, 151; J. I). T., 175 ; E. Gobert, 206; Jas. Dunlop, 206 ; Win. Sisson, 206; J. D. T., 238; James Dunlop, 238; E. Gobert, 238 ; James Dunlop, 333

Compressed Air Meter. Interesado, 811

Concrete Making, Portland Cement. Percy J.

Neate, 754

Consumption of Smoke. Wigham Richardson, 77 Copper, Saws for Cutting. II. A. Pertwee, 624 Copper Sheets, Manufacture of. H. Carlile, 624 Corrosion of Underground Pipes, Electrical. C.

S. du Riche Preller, 24

Cost of Railway Wagon Repairs. W. D. Cogges-hall, 270,300

Cranks from Shafts, Removing, 483. Percy J. Neate, 623 ; D. J. Murray, 680

Cruise of the “Charleston.” Cruiser Engineer, 355

Cruiser “ Columbia,” U.S. Edward T. Gregory, 428

Cuirass, Maxim. Hiram S. Maxim, 754

Cylindrical v. Water-Tube Boilers. See Water-' Tube Boilers

Draining Lands, Pump and Windmill. Scoop Wheel, 207 ; W. H. Wheeler, 239 ; P. J. P. Sluiter, 270; A. Hansen, 334

Drawings, Torpedo-Boat, tec. An Engineer, 459 Du Temple Water-Tube Boiler. J. A. Normand, 427

Economical Speed of Steamships. W. J. Millar, 54

Eight-Hours Day. A Scotch Engineer, 23; William Sime, 54 ; James Keith, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E.,77; A Scotch Engineer, 151; James Keith, 176 ; V. de Michele, 331

Eight-Hours Day Division. V. de Michele, 334

Electric Lighthouses. C. S. du Riche Preller, 208 ; Alex. Brebner, 333

Electric Traction, Professor Kennedy and Frank B. Lea, 556 ; C. S. du Riche Preller, 627 ; Robert W. Blackwell, 658

Electric Tramways. Philip Dawson, 239

Electrical Corrosion of Underground Pipes. C. S. du Riche Preller, 24

Electrical Locomotive, Heilmann. C. S. du Riche Preller, 175

Employers’ Liability. Employers, 239 ; Clement E. Stretton, 269; Employers, 269; J. Speed, Engineman, 299 ; Employers, 299 ; Clement E. Stretton, 333 ; J. Speed, 354 ; Employers, 354 ; J. H. Chatterton, 354 ; Clement E. Stretton, C. E., 459

Engine Balancing and Bridge Failures. H. Rolfe, 52 ; J. D. T., 76 ; H. Rolfe, 152, 174 ; J. D. T., 174 ; R. A. Zeise, 175 ; 11. Rolfe, 206 ; J. 1). T., 239 ; J. F. Tyrrell, 298 ; II. Rolfe, 298 ; J. D. T., 353 ; II. Rolfe, 386 ; J. F. Tyrrell, 427 ; J. D. T., 427 ; II. Rolfe, 458 ; Wilson Hartnell, 516; II. Rolfe, 516, 662 ; X. ¥., 679 ; II. Clarke, 713 ; H. Rolfe, 754, 777 ; Novoye Vremya, 860

Engine, “Grafton” High-Speed. Arthur F. Scott, 626; Arthur Rigg, 682; Arthur F. Scott, 777

Engine, Marine, Trials. Josiah McGregor, 239 ; William Kent, 299 ; J. Hudson Beare, 299; Josiah McGregor, 493, 556

Engine-Room Artificers. Harry Williams, 268; Ranker, 268; Chief Stoker, 298; George Howell, 328 ; James Swift, 328; Impartial, 661; Staff Engineer, R.N., 679 ; Chief Stoker, 713 ; Verax, 777

Engines, Steam, on Common Roads. James Paxman, 624

Engineers, Marine, Position of. Comme II Faut, 333

Engineers, Military, and Civil Appointments.

See Military Engineers

Engineers’ Year Book. H. R. Kempe, 809

English v. American Railway Carriages. A Carriage Builder, 181; Edward Walker, 208; Novoye Vremya, 208 ; C. J. Anderson, 332 ; Novoye Vremya, 332 ; A Carriage Builder, 459

English Trade Abroad, Development of. Herbert F. Carter, 23

I Explosion, German Warship “ Brandenburg.” R.N., 860

Fans, Noise of. Iron, 428 ; Richard Clarke, 459 ;

Pneumatic, 492

Fast Warships. J. J. O’Neill, 23

Fireproof Floors. F. H. Kindi, 273

Forty-Eight-Hours Movement in Engineering Trade. See Eight-Hours Day

France, Railway Development in. Wm. Moore

| Angas, 331. See Erratum, 352

Friction Clutch, Seymour’s. Friction Clutch, 175

Fuel, Oil, in Warships (Institution Naval Architects). Edwin N. Henwood, 387

Furnace Gases, Analysis of. Josiah McGregor, 239. See Manne Engine Trials

Gas Retorts at Rochdale, Inclined. Frank Morris, 176

Gases, Analysis of Furnace. Josiah McGregor, 239. See Marine Enoine Trials

Gasholders, Low v. High Pressure. Jas. W.

| Vickers, 23

Gear, High-Speed Bevel. A. L. F., 428

Generator, Steam, and Superheater, McPhail

1 and Simpsons’. Josiah McGregor, 297 ; John Waugh, 330; F. H. Wright, 330 ; S. H.

I Sparkes, 355 ; W. Scott Bancroft, 355 ; Economiser, 623

RnN n 860arS^^ U Brandenburg,” Explosion.

Glasgow Bridge. Anti-Vandal, 332

Gold Milling, Purifying Water Used in. Edward Walker, 459 ; Wm. Sisson, 494

Grafton High-Speed Engines. Arthur F. Scott, 626 ; Arthur Rigg, 682; Arthur F. Scott, 777

Graphic Statics, Indeterminate Cases in. F. S.

Cripps, 54 ; Harry M. Waynforth, 77

Great Western Railway. G. A. Sekon, 207; j E. B. D., 207 ; Charles Clinton, 239 ; IL A.

Garratt, 269; E. E. Russell Tratman, C.E., 298

Hague International Inland Navigation Congress, 1894. L. F. Vernon-Harcourt, 492, 717; A Student of Transportation Economics, 754

Hammer, Water. H. O. Beckh, 208

Hatchet Planimeter. H. Prytz, 813

Heating Railway Carriages. J. Rawlins, 332 ;

C. J. Thompson, 332 ; Charles Clinton, 354

Heilmann Electrical Locomotive. C. S. du Riche

Preller, 175

H.M.S. “ Hornet.” B. C. Bartley, 387

H.M.S. “ Resolution.” Algernon de Horsey,

Admiral, 76 ; W. H.Whettem, 661

High-Speed Warships. J. J. O’Neill, 23

Horseshoe Nail Machine. V. S., 240

Indian Public Works Department. Y. Y., 626 Institution of Civil Engineers. Syphon, 331 ;

C. S. du Riche Preller, 355 ; Disappointed, 457 ; Senex, 458; T. C. D., 627; M. Inst. C.E., 627 ; Assoc. Mem., 658, 678 ; Another Associate Member, 678 ; An Engineer, 678 ; A. M., 717 ; R., 809. See Old World Tale

Institution of Naval Architects. Edwin N. Henwood, 387

Iron Riiurs, Strength of. A. D., 355; J. W. Sutton,428 ; C. II. W., 459; II. J. F., 494

Joy’s Fluid Pressure Reversing Gear. David Joy, 624

Kitchen Boiler Explosions, The Lancet on. Edward Ingham, 175 ; Lavington E. Fletcher, 240

Labour and Capital. See Capital and Labour

Lancet on Kitchen Boiler Explosions. Edward Ingham, 175 ; Lavington E. Fletcher, 240

Largest Cargo Steamer Afloat. Lewis Beard, 77 ; B. W. G., 151

Lead Pencils. M. Powis Bale and Co., 683

Leaky Boiler Tubes. Alexander Sime, 331

Lengthening the Union Liner “Moor.” One Who was Present, 717

Light Railways. C. P. Sandberg, 560

Lighthouses, Electric. C. S. du Riche Preller, 208 ; Alex. Brebnet, 333

Lock Nuts. G. A. Haig, 494

Locomotive, Heilmann Electrical. C. S. du Riche Preller, 175

Locomotives, Balancing. See Balancing of Engines, &c.

Locomotives, British. Novoye Vremya, 758

Locomotives, Compound. William Sisson, 54 ;

J. D. T., 77 ; James Dunlop, 151; J. D. T., 175, E. Gobert, 206 ; Jas. Dunlop, 206 ; Wm. Sisson; 206; J. D. T., 238; James Dunlop, 238; E. Gobert, 238 ; James Dunlop, 333

Locomotives, Webb’s Compound. W. B. Thompson, 658

London Refuse Steam Generator and Electrical Power Corporation. See Steam Raising by Towns1 Refuse

London and South-Western Railway and its Service. The Writer of the Article, 813

“ Lucania ”'and “ Campania.” Lewis Beard, 623

Machinery v. Manual Labour. Evacustes A. Phipson, 76 ; Tax, 174 ; David Macdonald, 207 ; Engineer, 237 ; Evacustes A. Phipson, 270

I McPhail and Simpsons’ Steam Generator and Superheater. Josiah McGregor, 297; John Waugh, 330 ; F. II. Wright, 336 ; S. H. Sparkes, 355 ; W. Scott Bancroft, 355 ; Economiser, 623 Manchester Ship Canal. James Abernethy, 54 •

E. L. Corthell, 354 ; James Abernethyi 781; Penny Wise, 781 ’

Manual Labour v. Machinery. Evacustes A • Phipson, 76 ; Tax, 174 ; David Macdonald, 207 '■> Engineer, 207 ; Evacustes A. Phipson, 270

Marine Engine Trials. See Analyses of Furnace Gases. Josiah McGregor, 239 ; William Kent, 299 ; J. Hudson Beare, 299 ; Josiah McGregor, 493, 556

Marine Engineers, Position of. Comine II Faut, 333

Maritime Congress, 1894, Hague International Inland. L. F. Vernon-Harcourt, 492, 717 ; A Student of Transportation Economics, 754

Masonry Dams. Jaramar, 714

Maxim Cuirass. Hiram S. Maxim, 754 Meter, Compressed Air. Interesado, 811 Microbes, Sewage Purification by. Joseph

Corbett, 238 ; Sydney R. Lowcock, 269; W. D. Scott Moncrieff, 269 ; Sydney R. Lowcock, 299; W. Kaye Parry, 300 ; Hill Hartlaud, 300

Military Engineers and Civil Appointments. Alma Mater, 354 ; A. P. Gwynne, 387 ;

A.M I.C.E., 387 ; Ubique, 387 ; Alma Mater, 427; An Indian Engineer, 427 ; Louis L. WaL dock, 427; Junius, 427; C. W. D , 427; J. T. Bucknill, 457 ; R. A., 457 ; A. P. Gwynne, C.E., 457; Crassly Ignorant Officer of Engineers, 457; Cedant Arma Togte, 492; An English A.M.I.C.E., 492; A.M.I.C.E., 492; An Indian Engineer, 516 ; A Military Engineer, 625 ; Old Indian, 625 ; S. P. Q. R., 625 ; J. T. Bucknill,

659 ; Sanitary Engineer, 659 ; Civilian, 659 ; An Inquisitive A.M. I.C.E , 660; Alma Mater,

660 ; Assistant Surveyor, R.E., 660 ; An Inquisitive A.M.I.C.E., 678 ; Reginald Thomas, 679 ; A Quondam Admiralty Civil Engineer, 679 ; A Military Engineer, 679; The Writer of the Article in the “ United Service Magazine,” 713; Ad Rem, 713 ; J. T. Bucknill, 713 ; The Crassly Ignorant Officer, 754; Surveyor, R.E., 755; F.R.I.B.A., 755 ; Ci vis, 755 ; Sanitary Engineer, 755 ; Temporary Surveyor, 756; An Indian Engineer, 756 ; I. E., 779 ; An Inquisitive A.M.I.C.E., 780 ; J. T. Bucknill, 780; Another Military Engineer, 781; Alma Mater, 781; The Writer of the Article in the “United Service Magazine, 781 ; Quondam Division Officer, R.A., 808; Sanitary Engineer, 808; Alma Mater, 809 ; Assistant Surveyor, 809

“ Moor,” Lengthening of the Union Liner. One Who was Present, 717

Nail Machine, Horseshoe. V. S., 240

Navy. Edwin N. Hen wood, 494 ; H. O. Arnold Foster, 517

Navy Artificers. See Artificers

Navy Information (Cruise of the “ Charleston ”). Cruiser Engineer, 355

Nile, Assouan Dam on the. Joseph Crede, 678

Noise of Fans. Iron, 428 ; Richard Clarke, 459 ;

Pneumatic, 492

Nuts. M. R., 754 ; G. W. Sutcliffe, 777

Oil Fuel in Warships (Inst. N.A.) Edwin N. Hen wood, 387

Old-World Tale. A. M., 717 ; An Old Boy, 809

Patent Agent Legislation. Cui Bono, 758 ; Thos.

Wilkins, 758

Patent Office Library. Thomas Moy, 76

Patents in Camboya, Annam, and Tonkin.

Jensen and Son, 240

Pencils, Lead. M. Powis Bale and Co., 683

Persian Telegraphs. H. F. Chesney, 662

Petroleum, Tank for. Petrola, 492

Pipes, Electrical Corrosion of Underground.

C. S du Riche Preller, 24

Planimeter, Hatchet. H. Prytz, 813

Pohl£ Air Lift Pump. Delta, 754

Portland Cement Concrete Making. Percy J.

Neate, 754

Pump, Pohl£ Air Lift Pump. Delta, 754

Pump and Windmill for Draining Lands. Scoop Wheel, 207; W. Herbert Wheeler, 239; P. J. P. Sluiter, 270 ; A. Hansen, 334

Purification of Sewage by Microbes. Joseph Corbett, 238 ; Sidney R. Lowcock, 269; W. D. Scott-Moncrieff, 269; Sidney R. Lowcock, 299 ; W. Kaye Parry, 299 ; Hill-Hartland, 300

Purifying Water Used in Gold Milling. Edward Walker, 459 ; William Sisson, 494

Railway Carriage Heating. J. Rawlins, 332 ; C.

J. Thompson, 332 ; Charles Clinton, 354

Railway Carriages, American v. British. A Carriage Builder, 181 ; Edward Walker, 208; Novoye Vremya, 208 ; C. J. Anderson, 332; Novoye Vremya, 332 ; A Carriage Builder, 459

Railway Congress, International. W. M. Acworth, 355

Railway Development in France. Wm. Moore Angas, 331. See Erratum, 352

Railway Wagon Repairs, Cost of. W. D. Cogges-hall, 270, 300

Railways, Light. C. P. Sandberg, 560

Raising Steam by Towns’ Refuse. Arthur E.

Collins, 332 ; F. W. Cheesewright, 458

Rapson’s Slide. Janie'S E. Caine, 757 ; Charles Gardener, 812 ; A. Perroni, 812

Research Committee Trials. See Marine Engine Trials

Reservoir, Masonry Dams. Jaramar, 714

Retorts at Rochdale, Inclined Gas. Frank Morris, 176

Reversing Gear, Joy’s Fluid Pressure. David Joy, 624

Road Engines. James Paxman, 624

Room, Sound-Proof. L. H. Renshaw, 77; D.

Anderson and Son, Limited, 151

Royal Engineers and Civil Appointments. See Military Engineers

Sandown Castle. J. B. Redman, 494

Saws for Cutting Copper. H. A. Pertwee, 624

Sewage Purification by Microbes. Joseph Corbett, 238 ; Sidney R. Lowcock, 269 ; W. D. Scott-Moncrieff, 269 ; Sidney R. Lowcock, 299 ; W. Kaye Parry, 300 ; Hill-Hartland, 300

Seymour’s Friction Clutch. Friction Clutch, 175

Shafts, Removing Cranks from (483). Percy J.

Neate, 623 ; D. J. Murray, 680

Slide, Rapson’s. James E. Caine, 757; Charles Gardener, 812; A. Perroni, 812

Smoke Consumption. Wigham Richardson, 77

Sound-Proof Room. L. H. Renshaw, 77; D.

Anderson and Son, Limited, 151

Speed of Steamships, Economical. W. J. Millar, 54

Stability of Battleship (H.M.S. “Resolution”).

Algernon de Horsey, Admiral, 76; W. II. Wheetem, 661

Statics, Graphic, Indeterminate Cases in. F. S.

Cripps, 54 ; Harry M. Waynforth, 77

Steam on Common Roads. James Paxman, 624

Steam Jets. Vulcan, 23; W. A. Granger, 53;

Vulcan, 77 ; Cope, Allman, and Co., 175 ; W.

A. Granger, 175

Steam Raising by Towns’ Refuse. Arthur E.

Collins, 332; F. W. Cheesewright, 458

Steamer, Largest Cargo. Lewis Beard, 77;

B. W. G., 151

Steamers, Vibrations of. T. Kleen, 459, 492

Steamships, Economical Speed of. W. J. Millar, 54

Steel and Aluminium. J. T. Bucknill, 270;

Bickle and Company, Limited, 300

Steel Canoes. Thomas Christy, 683

Strength of Iron Rings. A. D., 355 ; J. W.

Sutton, 423 : C. H. W., 459 ; H. L. F., 494

Substitute for an Air Pump at Sea. Jas. B.

Richardson, 717

Superheater. See Generator, Steam, and Superheater

Swing Aqueduct, Barton. W. H. Thorpe, 175

Tale, An Old-World. A. M., 717 ; An Old Boy, 809

Tank for Petroleum. Petrola, 492

Telegraphs, Persian. H. F. Chesney, 662

Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “Hornet.” B. C. Bartley, 387

Torpedo-Boat Drawings. An Engineer, 459

Traction, Electric. Professor Kennedy and Frank B. Lea, 556; C. S. du Riche Preller, 627 ; Robert W. Blackwell, 658

Trade Abroad, Development of English. Herbert F. Carter, 23

Tramways, Electric. Philip Dawson, 239

Transition Curve Field Book. Conway R.

Howard, 332

Tubulous v. Cylindrical Boilers. See Water-Tube

Unemployed, The. A Subscriber, 23

Union Liner “Moor,” Lengthening the. One Who was Present, 717

U.S. Cruiser “Columbia.” Edward T. Gregorv, 428

Varley Testimonial Fund. A. Stroh, R. E. Crompton, 333

Vibration of Steamers. T. Kleen, 459, 492

Wagon Repairs, Cost of. W. D. Coggeshall, 270, 300

Warming Railway Carriages. J. Rawlins, 332;

C. J. Thompson, 332; Charles Clinton, 354 Warships, High-Speed. J. J. O’Neill, 23 Water Hammer. H. O. Beckh, 208

Water, Purifying, Used in Gold Milling. Edward Walker, 459 ; William Sisson, 494

Water Supply, Canary Islands. Irrigation, 23 ; Vulcan, 77

Water-Tube Boilers. Berean, 330 ; A. Perroni, 425; John Samuel White, 425 ; A. E. Seaton, 425 ; Janies Howden, 425 ; J. A. Normand, 427 ; John Sampson, 458 : James Howden, 458, 490 ; Automatic, 491; C. Humphrey Gilbert, 491; Automatic, 516; James H. Rosenthal, 516; Charles de Grave Sells, 516 ; James Howden, 557; C. H. Wingfield, 680 ; Curiosity, 681 ; John A. Currier, 681; Chief Engineer, 681 ; James Howden, 811

Webb’s Compound Locomotive. W. B. Thompson, 658

Windmill and Pump for Draining Lands. Scoop Wheel, 207 ; W. Herbert Wheeler, 239 ; P. J. P. Sluiter, 270 ; A. Hansen, 334

Sources of Information