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British Industrial History

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* [[Dossor, Nelson and Weddall]]'s Lubrications, p 421.
 
* [[Dossor, Nelson and Weddall]]'s Lubrications, p 421.
  
* [[William Crossley (of Furness)|Crossley's]] Patent Hot Blast Stove, p 422 and 425. (Illustrated).
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* [[William Crossley|Crossley's]] Patent Hot Blast Stove, p 422 and 425. (Illustrated).
  
 
* Editorial, p 429.
 
* Editorial, p 429.

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Main Subjects

  • Crossley's Patent Hot Blast Stove, p 422 and 425. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 429.
    • The Proposed British Iron Trade Association.
    • The Late Colliery Explosions.
    • Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom.
    • The Elimination of Sulphur From Iron.
    • Loose Screw Propellers.
    • The Promotion of Business By Trades Unions.
    • Ironmaking Experiments in India.
  • Further Experiments with the 81-Ton Gun, p 420.
  • Superheated Steam, p 419.

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