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The Engineer 1873/06/20

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Main Subjects

  • Ansell's Improved Breech-Loader, p 383 and p 384. (Illustrated).
  • Construction of Dock Gates, (No.VIII), p 389.
  • Editorial, p 387.
    • Railway Routes to India - M. Lesseps' Project.
    • Professional Training.
    • Compound and Non-Compound Engines.
    • New Electro-Diapason - M. Mercadier.
  • Greenwich Gymnasium, p 382.
  • Gun-Cotton Experiments at Chatham, p 389.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 382.
    • Robert Griffiths.
  • Lighthouses for Trinity Shoals and Timbalier, Gulf of Mexico, p 381.
  • Sections of Cylinders and Details of Compound Marine Engines, 270 hp, p 383 and p 384. (Illustrated).
  • Separating Gold and Silver from Base Metals, p 383.
    • Erick Lundquist.

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