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* [[The Autocar 1896/04/18|Previous issue]]
  
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* '''The Autocar Competition - p301
  
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* '''Notes - p301
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** 'In Turner's picturesque tour, 1833, there is a most interesting account of a journey in an autocar'
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** '[[T. Cooke and Sons|Messrs. Cook]], opticians, of York, also constructed a steam car about the year 1867'
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** [[John Brown (1850-1911)|John Brown]] - Serpollet steam road carriage
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** [[H. J. Lawson]], the chairman of the [[British Motor Syndicate]], is also chairman of the [[Beeston Tyre Co]]
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** [[Britannia Motor Carriage Co]] and [[William Pennington]]
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** [[Baron Karl von Drais|Baron de Drais]] - 1818 Early steam carriage
  
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* '''Official Report of the Chicago Autocar Trials - p303
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** [[John P. Barrett]] - Chairman
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** [[L. L. Summers]] - Engineer of Test
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** [[John Lundie]] -  Engineer of Test
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* '''An Eight-Seated Autocar - Illustrated - p304
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** [[Lutzmann]]
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* '''French Jottings - p304
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* '''Coming Fixtures - p305
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* '''Opening of the New Club Rooms of the Automobile Club of Paris - p305
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** [[Automobile Club of Paris]]
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* '''The Movement in the West - p306
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** Concerning Bristol
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* '''The Engineer 1,100 Guinea Autocar Competition - p306
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** Judges are [[Frederick Bramwell|Sir Frederick Bramwell]], Bart., F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E. [[John Aspinall|Mr. John Audley F. Aspinall]], M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engineer to the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. [[John Hopkinson (1849 - 1898)|Dr. John Hopkinson]], F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E.
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* '''The British Motor Syndicate - p309
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** [[British Motor Syndicate]]
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** [[H. J. Lawson]] - Chairman and his speech extolling their patent control over the whole industry
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** [[Ernest F. Peirson]] - Secretary
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** [[F. R. Simms]]
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** [[Bertram van Praagh|van Praagh]]
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* '''New Patents - p311
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** [[A. Berrenberg]]
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** [[E. J. Pennington]]
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** [[E. J. Pennington]] and [[Anthony G. New|A. G. New]] x2
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** [[L. Rub]]
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** [[F. Lister]]
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* '''Abridgements - p311
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** [[E. J. Pennington]] - Self-propelling road vehicles - description and drawing
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* '''Answers to Correspondnets - p312
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** [[M. S. Constable]]
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** [[H. A. Phillips]]
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** [[E. Shrapnell Smith]]
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** [[L. H. Curtois]]
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* [[The Autocar 1896/05/02|Next issue]]
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 11:42, 2 March 2021

Pdf50.jpg 1896 April 25th (pdf file)

  • The Autocar Competition - p301
  • An Eight-Seated Autocar - Illustrated - p304
  • French Jottings - p304
  • Coming Fixtures - p305
  • The Movement in the West - p306
    • Concerning Bristol
  • Abridgements - p311

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