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Accident on the Great Northern Kailway, 8

Abertillery Explosions, The, 83

Alexander, Mr. A., on Bogie Engines, 258

America, Trade with, 308

American Competition, 184

American Goods in Canada, 361

American Manufacturing Processes, 436

Ammonium Sulphide, in Preventing the Action of Solutions on Copper, Influence exerted by, 188

Anchor, Ships’, Mr. G. Tyzack, 355

Anchors, Mooring, Mr. Protheroe, C.E., F.R.G.S., 392

Anchors, Portable, Capt. Thos. A. Swinburn, 427

Annett and Banister, Messrs., Point and Signal Locking Apparatus, 162

Arlesey Accident, The, 26, 29

Armour, Inclined v. Vertical, 259, 282

Armour Plates, Cast and Wrought Iron and Steel, 259, 282

Armour Plates, Modern, 308

Armstrong, Mr. Joseph, 400, 409

Armstrong and Co., Sir W. G., The 38-ton Gun, 193, 200, 203, 423

Armstrong and Co., Sir W. G., The 39-ton Gun, 200 203

Armstrong and Co., Sir W. G., The 100-ton Gun, 1, 355

Asbestos, Cardboard, 352

Ashtabula Bridge, 175, 289 360,

Associated Chambers of Commerce— Improvements at the Patent Office, 135

Association, Agricultural Engineers’, 69, 312

Association of Employers, Foremen, and Draughtsmen, The Manchester, Patents Bill, 176

Association of Foremen, Engineers, and Draughtsmen, The London, 74, 151, 323

Mr. Joseph Newton re-elected President, 24

Association of Gas Managers, British, 386

Association, Manchester Steam Users’, 82

Association of Marine Engineers, 436

Aurin into Rosaniline, Transformation of, 436, 454

Avonmouth, Bristol, New Channel Docks, 153

Axles, Tests for Railway, W. R. Browne, 83, 84, 85

Barker, Mr., Hydraulic Brake, Midland Railway, 302, 303

Barometer, Improved Form of Mercurial, 352

Barometric Depression, Relation between the Upper and Under Currents of the Atmosphere around Areas of, 352

Bastin, Messrs., Steam Pumping Engine, 328

Bath and West op England Society’s Show, 415 Clutch Arrangement for Ploughing Engine, Messrs. Fowler, 391

Engine, 4-H.P., Messrs. P. and H. Gibbon, 391

Engine and Hoisting Apparatus, Vertical, Mr. E. S. Hindley, 391

Engine, 1 -H.P. Horizontal, Messrs. J. Watts and Co., 409, 415

Engine, 8-H.P. Traction, Mr. G. Fowell, 445

Engine, Vertical, Messrs. Shanks, 387, 391

Hoisting and Hauling Attachment, Messrs. Brown and May, 391

Middlings Purifier, Mr. J. Walworth, 415

Reaper and Mower Fingers, Messrs. Samuelson and Co., 391

Revolution Indicator Messrs. Stothert and Pitt, 415

Screen for Dressing Grain, Messrs. Stidolph and Aggio, 415

Self-acting Bucket, Messrs. Priestman Brothers, 415

Spring Pulley, Reading Ironworks Company, 391

Baths, Public, Vienna, Herr Franz Berger, 428, 431

Batteries, Human, 396

Beaumont, R. E., Major, Pneumatic Locomotive Engine, 64

Belgian State Railways, Break-down Van, 112

Bell, Mr. Henry, Originator of the Comet Steamboat, 322

Belts, High Speed, 311

Bending and Straightening Machine, Hydraulic, Toulon Arsenal, Hydraulic Engine Company, 24

Benzene Symbols, Kekule’s and Ladenburg’s, 142

Berdan, Gen. H., Range Finder, 179

Berths for Emigrants, Johnson’s Sleeping, 328

Bessemer, The, 220

Bevis, Mr. R. R., Screw Propeller, 427

Bilgram, Mr. H., Valve Gear, Philadelphia Exhibition, 341

Bills, Session 1877, List of Private, 97

Bismuth Compounds, Certain, 248

Bismuth, Method of Detecting Small Quantities of, 336

Bismuth, Volumetrically, Process for Estimating, 248

Blackpool Pier, Opening of, 443

Blasting with Dynamite in Rivers, 251

Block System, The, 140

Blowpipe Apparatus, Prize offered by Col. A. Croll, through the Society of Arts, for the Best Set of, 318

Blue Glass Mania in the United States, 202

Blundell, Messrs., ** Waterwitch ” Pump, 94, 115

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marino Engines, The, 71,

96, 110, 115, 117, 132, 146, 213

Boat, A Folding, 400

Bogie Engines, A Retrospect, t58

Boiler Experiments, in the Navy, 56

Boiler Explosion on a French Man-of-War, 336

Boiler Explosion, Marine, 8, 30, 43, 60

Boiler Explosions, 275, 311

Boiler Inspection, Government and, 82, 273, 275

Boiler, Mr A. Pope, 251, 312

Boilers, Messrs. Abbot and Co.’s Catalogue of, 97

Boilers and Engines for High Pressures, 389, 390, 411

Boilers, Mechanical Firing of, 187

Boilers, Welded, 396

Bombay Presidency, Public Works Department, Memorial from. 92

Boring on the Continent, Deep, 322

Boring, Deep Well, 812

Boring Rods, Drawing, 165

Bouchacourt and Defille, MM., Furnaces for Heating Small Articles, 250

Bouchacourt and Delille, Messrs., Machine for Forging Screw Threads, 417

Bowstring Girder Stress, Graphic Determination of, Lieut. G. S. Clarke, R.E., 170

Brake, Automatic Air, Mr. Westinghouse, 2, 3, 6

Brake, Experiment with the Westinghouse, 361

Brake, Hydraulic, Mr. Barker, Midland Railway, 302, 303

Brake, Vacuum, Mr. Smith, 3, 6

Brakes, Continuous, 147, 149, 304, 343, 370,389, 397, 406, 410, 411, 424, 429, 446, 449

Brakes, Continuous, Report of the Belgian Commission, 397, 406

Brakes on the N orth British Railway, Continuous, 2 Brassey, Mr., On Gunboats, 381 .

Brazilian Government and Brazilian Iron Trade, The, 46

Bribery and Corruption, 142

Brick-making Machine, Mr. R. W. Brownhill, 299, 304

Bridge, Ashtabula, 175, 289, 360

Bridge, Cork, St. Vincent’s (Contracts Open), 214

Bridge, Darlington, Pilmore, Messrs. Robinson and

F Anson, 98, 101

Bridge, Dublin, Beresford-place, New Swing (Contracts Open), 285

Bridge, Dublin, Carlisle (Contracts Open), 269

Bridge Failure at Bath, 396

Bridge over the Kentucky River, Railroad, 186

Bridge, Manchester, Irwell-street, Mr. J. G. Lynde,

232 233 236

Bridge, Manchester, Throstle Nest, 141,148, 152

Bridge, Norfolk, Downham Market (Contracts Open), Mr. D. Oldfield, C.E., 196, 197

Bridge, Salford, Irwell-road (Contracts Open), Mr.

A. M. Fowler, 408, 410

Bridge, Suspension, New York and Brooklyn, 406

Bridge, York, Skeldergate, Mr. G. Page, M.I.C.E., (Contracts Open). 321, 324

Bristol Mining School, 61,188

Employment of Electricity for Blasting and Signallingin Mines, Mr. Blanche Brain, 128

Brownhill, Mr. R. W., Brick-making Machine, 299, 304

Bunsen Lamp, Theory of the, 242

Buss, Mr. E., The Cosine Governor, Introduced by

Messrs. Plambeck and Darkin, 58

Butler, Messrs. J. and J., Speed Indicator, 293

Canada, Library of Books Relating to, 293

Canada, Notes from, 180, 257

Canal Feed Water, 450

Canal Steamer, A. 95

Carbometer for the Estimation of Carbonic Anhydride, 188

Carbon, Silicon, Sulphur, and Phosphorus in the/ Refining and Puddling Furnaces and in the Bessemer Converter, On the Separation of, 207

Carels, Freres, MM., Winding Engines, Sacrb-Madame Coal Mines, Cbarleroi, 25, 28, 30

Cavities, Fluid, Mr. W. N. Hartley, Chemical Society,

Charcoal for Gunpowder, Economical Method of Manufacturing, 388

China, Gunboats for, Sir W. Armstrong and Co., 81

Chromium Pig Iron, 248

Circuit Closer, Messrs. Striedinger and Doerflin, 153

Civil Engineers, The Institution of, 219, 235, 342, 377

Cleopatra’s Needle, 118

Clock, Pneumatic, Vienna, Herr Ing. A. C. Mayrhofer, 442, 448

Closet System, Manchester, 188

Cloth Cutting Machine, Mr. Penno, Philadelphia Exhibition, 320

Cloth Cutting Machine, Mr. A. Warth, Philadelphia Exhibition, 320

Coal Colliers, 246

Coal-dust Fuel, 335, 356

Coal in Lincolnshire, 326, 338

Coal Mining, Co-operative, 15

Coal and Water Below London, 344, 441

Coke Crusher, Messrs, Thwaites and Carbutt, 159, 168

Collier, Self-trimming Screw, 193, 194

Collier and Co., Messrs. W., Slotting Machine. 25n, 254

Commercial Depression, The, 250

Communication with the East, Our, 449

Competition with America, 257

Competition, Foreign, 344

Concrete Wall, 216

Condensing Water, Cooling Ponds, Mr. W. Cu-nning-ham, 79

Conservation of Energy, The, 26, 42, 78, 235

Contraband, 79

Contracts Open—

Carlisle Bridge, Dublin, Re-building and Widening,

Downham Market Bridge, Norfolk, 197

Girders for Cambrian Railways, 399

Indian State Railways, 341, 354, 357

Irwell-road Bridge, Salford, 408, 410

Landing Stage at Seacombe, Mr. W. Carson, Engineer, 394, 399

Locomotives for the Danish State Railway, 452

London and North-Western and Great Western Joint Railways, Specification for Bessemer Steel Rails, 196

New Swing Bridge, Beresford-place, Dublin, 285

St. Vincent’s Bridge, Cork, 214

Skeldergate Bridge, York, 321, 324

Skipton Sewage Works, 166

Windsor Drainage, Contracts No. 4 and 5, 197

Co-operation, Sir Joseph Whitworth and, 201

Copper, Professor Abel on the Conductivity of, 56

Copper-zinc Couples, Preparation of, 248

Corvette, A Japanese, 297

Coumaric, Cinnamic, and other Analogous Acids from the Aromatic Aldehydes, on the Formation of. 142

Crane, Steam, Mr. Brown, 26

Crane, Travelling Steam, Mr. T. Smith, 182,184

Crichton and Co., Messrs. W., Russian Steam Launch.

266, 272 ’

Crystals by their Optical Characters. Discrimination of, 300

| Cultivation, Steam, 214

Cunningham, Mr. W., Condensing Water, Cooling Ponds, 79

I Cwm Avon Ironworks, Sale of the, 336

Cylinders, Jacketted, 9, 26, 43, 61

Dallam Forge, Warrington, Horizontal Engine, 320

Danube at Braila, Map of the, 351

Darien, The Isthmus of, 142 .

Deakin, Parker, and Co., Messrs., 7-H.P. Horizontal Engine, 293

Deakin, Parker, and Co., Messrs., Vertical Engine, 37, 40

Decimal Measuring Machine, 311

Di-isobutyl, Derivatives of, 188.

Dinitroso-orcin and Dinitro-orcin, 74

Dithymyltrichlorethane, on some Derivatives of, 74

Diving Gear used in Tynewydd Colliery, 265

Docks, 318

Docks, Avonmouth, Bristol, New Channel, 153

Douglas and Grant, Messrs., Compound Corliss

Engine, 56, 62

Downham Market Bridge, Tenders for, 379

Drainage of London, On the Main, 361

Dreadnought, The, 74

Dresden, Bridge and Quay Works, Pile Driving, 372, 373, 376, 400

Drummond, Mr., Goods Engine, North British Railway, 7

Duilio, The, Ironclad constructed by the Italian Government, 162

Dynamite, 139

Dynamite, Subaqueous Blasting with, 251

Edward, Mr., Sash Fastener, 112

Electric Illumination, Mr. Jablochkoff’s “ Candle/’ 433

Electricity for Blasting and Signalling in Mines, Employment of, 128

Elswick Ordnance and Engineering Works, The. 159

Engine. Compound Corliss, Messrs. Douglas and Grant, 56, 62

Engine and Boilers of H.M.S. Tourmaline, 284, 288, 293

Engine, Goods, Mr. Drummond^ North British Railway, 7

Engine, Horizontal, Dallam Forge, Warrington, 320

Engine, 7-H.P. Horizontal, Messrs. Deakin, Parker, and Co., 293

Engine, Pneumatic Locomotive, Major Beaumont, B.E., 64

Engine-room Artificers, Promotion of, 220

Engine, Rotative Pumping. 450-H.P., Segebcrg State

Salt Mines, Herrn W. Riehn and C. Meinicke, Engineers, 116, 119, 144, 145, 229, 241

Engine Shafts in the Royal Navy, Breaking of, 411

Engine, Steam Ploughing and Traction, Mr. F. Savage, 113

Engine, Steam Pumping, Messrs. Bastin, 328

Engine, Three Cylinder, Mr. Higginson, 328

Engine, 12-H.P. Traction, Messrs. J. and II. McLaren, 232

Engine, 8-H.P., Traction, Messrs. Marshall and Co., 125, 131

Engine, Vertical, Messrs. Deakin, Parker, and Co., 37, 40

Engine, Vertical. Messrs. Shanks and Co., 387, 391

Engineer Admiral, An, 170

Engineering, Adroit Piece of, 214

Engineering, Commercial, 311, 323

Engineers’ Fees, 325

Engineers in India, 99, 323

Engineers, Liability of, 26, 60, 147

Engineers in the Navy, 63, 82, 100,183, 185, 201, 213, 235, 237, 252, 283, 359, 418

Engines. Compound Condensing Launch, Messrs.

Alex. Wilson and Co., Vauxhall Iron Works, 24

Engines, Cramped Marine, 325

Engines, High Pressure, 395

Engines in India, Scotch, 151

Engines of the Loudoun Castle, Messrs. J. and G. Thomson, 341, and Supplement, May 18, 1877

Engines. Marine, Board of Trade and Lloyd’s, 71, 96, 110, 115, 117, 132, 146, 213

Engines, Reversing Rolling Mill, New Cleveland Steel Works, Eston, Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt, Engineers, 40, 41, 44

Engines, Safe Marine, 117

Engines at Sea, Repairs of, 146

Engines, Testing Steam, 8, 26, 42, 60, 61

Engines, Winding, Gordon Inclined Plane, U.S., 76, 78

Engines, Winding at Sacrd-Madame Coal Mines, Charleroi, MM. Carels Frhres, 25, 28, 30

England in the Pacific, 378

Excavating Machine, Steam, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor, and Co., 73, 80

Factory Acts, Consolidation, 340

Ferrie Furnaces, The, 210

Ferryboat, The Thames Steam, 64

File Trade, Strike in the Brooklyn, 216

Filter, Rotary, Mr. E. Perrett, 101

Fire-Boxes, Locomotive, 7

Fire Extinction, 432

Fireproof Flooring, 361, 445

Floods, Lincolnshire, 82.168, 185, 235, 257

Floods, The London, 128, 147

Floods of the Thames and the Shannon, 96

Fluorspar, Fluid contained in, 436

Flying Dutchman, Accident to the, 361

Food Preservation, as Illustrated at the Philadelphia Exhibition, 72, 91

Fret Saw, Mr. McChesney, Philadelphia Exhibition, 55 56

Fuel, Dr. C. W. Siemens, 205

Furnaces, New, The West Cumberland Iron and Steel Works Co., 93

Furnaces for Heating Small Articles, MM. Boucha-court and Delille, 250

Furnaces, Supply of Air to, 9, 26, 43, 79

Gardenin, Note on, 248

Gas Analysis, 352, 453

Gas Burner, A Self-lighting, 170 _

Gas Furnaces, Puddling Iron in, 150, 204, 235, 252, 283, 289, 323, 356, 370, 389, 411, 429, 432, 446

Gasholder, A large, 398

Gas Lighting by Electricity, 398

Gases Enclosed in Lignite Coal and Mineral Resin, from Bovey, Heathfield, 453

Girders for the Cambrian Railways, 399

Girth, The Automatic, Automatic Girth Co., 73

Gordon Inclined Plane, United States, Winding Engines, 76, 78 .

Government Grant in Aid of Science, The Isew, 326

Governor, The Cosine, Introduced by Messrs Plam-beck and Darkin, Invented by Mr. E. Buss, 58

Graving Dock in the River St. Lawrence, 433

Gravity upon Bodies Revolving in a Vertical Plane, Influence of, 27

Gresham and Craven, Messrs., Improved Injectors for Locomotives, 134, and Supplement Sheet, Feb. 23.

Gun, The Armstrong 100-ton, 1, 355

Gun, The 80-ton, 73, 91, 250, 308, 317, 378

Gun, The 38-ton, Sir W. G. Armstrong and Co., 193, 200, 203, 423

Gun, The 39-ton Breech-loading, Sir W. G. Armstrong and Co., Elswick Ordnance Co., 200, 203

Gun, A new Breech-loading, 134

Gun at Shoeburyness, The 80-ton, 65

Gunboats, Mr. Brassey on, 381

Gunboats for China, Sir W. Armstrong and Co., 81

Gun-cotton, 26

Gunpowder, A New, 392

Guns and Armour, 237

Hall, Mr., Multiple Action Stone Breaker, 94

Hammer, Horizontal Wheel-trimming, designed by Messrs. Thwaites and Carbutt for the Stanningley Ironworks, West Leeds, 56, 62

Hammer, Pneumatic, Mr. Sholl, 369, 379 (See also p. 95)

Harbour Works, St. Helier’s, Jersey, 130, 213

Harbour Works at Kurrachee and Natal, 379

Harrison, Mr., Hydraulic and Screw Compound Jacks, 21, 31

Havemeyer and Elder, Messrs., Sugar House, Brooklyn, United States, Interior of Boiler-room, 306, 310

Haymaking Machine, Prize, Constructed by the Reading Ironworks Co., Reading, 59

Head, Mr. J., Improved Squeezer, 355, 358, 398

Health and Sewage of Towns, 238

Heptyl Alcohol, Primary Normal, 454

Heydon, Mr., Hydraulic Compensator for Tightening Wire Rope Conductors in Mine Shafts, 112

Higginson, Mr., Three-cylinder Engine, 328

Hoe, Messrs., Continuous Web Printing and Folding Machine, 215, 218

Homogeneous Iron, 329, 379

Hornet Fleet, A., 81

Hydrates, Dehydration of, 436

Hydraulic Engineering Company, Hydraulic Bending, and Straightening Machine, Toulon Arsenal, 24

Hydraulic Machinery, with Special Reference to Railway Goods Yards, 263

India, Engineers in, 99

Indian and Colonial Museum on the Thames Embankment, 40

Inflexible, H.M.S., 431, 434, 452

Inj’ectors for Locomotives, Improved, Messrs. Gresham and Craven, Supplement Sheet Feb. -23 and p. 134

Institute, The Iron and Steel, 188

Inaugural Address of the President, Dr. C. W. Siemens, Technical Education, Labour, Fuel, Processes, Applications of Steel, Wrought Iron, 204

Estimation of Manganese in Spiegeleisen and of Manganese and Iron in Manganiferous Iron Orcs, Mr. Edward Riley, 270

Separation of Carbon, Silicon, Sulphur, and Phosphorus in the Refining and Puddling Furnace, and in the Bessemer Converter, Mr. Lowthian Bell, M.P., 207

Solid Steel Castings, Mons. F. Gautier, 212, 271

Institute of Mining Engineers, The Midland, 346 History of Deep Boring, as Practised on the Continent, Mr. J. Clark Jefferson, 322

Institute, The Sanitary, 83

Institution oe Civil Engineers, 38, 69, 139, 142, 151, 174, 235, 266, 290, 342, 377, 454

Combustion of Refuse Vegetable Substances for Raising Steam, Mr. John Head, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 93

On a Deep Boring for Coal at Searle, Lincolnshire, by Prof. E. Hull, F.R.S., 281

Economical Method of Manufacturing Charcoal for Gunpowder, Mr. George Haycraft, 388

History of the Modern Developement of Water Pressure Machinery, Sir G. W. Armstrong, 364

Repairs and Renewals of Locomotives, Mr. A McDonnell, M.I.C.E., 38

The River Thames, Mr. J. B. Redman, 242

The Sewage Question, Mr. C. Norman Bazalgette,

Street Tramways, by Mr. Robinson Souttar, 281

Transmission of Motive Power to Distant Points, Mr. H. Robinson, 216

Institution of Engineers, The Cleveland, 90, 112, 187, 292, 398

Improved Squeezer, Mr. Jeremiah Head, M.I.C.E., 355, 358, 398

Up-Ending Tongs, Mr. Jeremiah Head, 417

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 283

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 43, 46, 64, 379, 388, 389, 433

Homogeneous Iron and the Degree of Homogeneity to be expected in Iron Produced by Various Systems of Puddling, &c., Mr. H. Kirk, 329, 379

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (continued) — Roots’ Mine Ventilator, Mr. E. Hainer Carbutt, 412, 416

Rope Driving Gear, Mr. J. Durie, 443

Steam Boilers and Engines for High Pressures, Mr.

Loftus Perkins. 389

Institution of Naval Architects, 193

Cast Iron. Wrought Iron, and Steel Considered in Relation to their Powers to withstand the Blows of Heavy Projectiles, Commander Hubert H. Grenfell, R.N., 259

Citadel Ships, Mr. E. J. Reed, 239

Experiments upon the Effect Produced on the Wave Making Resistance of Ships by Length of Parallel Middle Body, Mr. AV. Froude, 222

Fighting Power of the Merchant Ship in Naval Warfare, Mr. N. Barnaby, C.B., 194, 221

Lengthening of the Steamship Poonah, Mr. E. de Russett, 221

Method of Recording and Comparing the Performances of Steamships, Mr. J. Inglis, 292

Stability of Ships, Mr. W. John, 240

Self Trimming Screw Collier, Mr. AV. Denton, 194 Institute n. The Royal, 22.132 Institution, The United Service—

On the Employment of Clark and Standfield’s Floating Docks at Naval Stations, and the Means they Afford of Transporting Heavy Ironclads through the Suez Canal, Mr. Latimer Clark, 418

Torpedo Vessels ; Their Construction, Armament, <fcc.. and the Result of Certain Experiments that have been made with them, Mr. Donaldson, 337 “Iris,” The Steel Ship, 293 Iron Abroad, Our Railway, 72 Iron, Burnt, 414

Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, The, 18, 34, 52, 68, 88, 106, 122, 138, 157, 173, 191, 209, 227, 245, 263, 279, 296, 315, 333, 349, 367, 384, 403, 421, 439, 457

Iron, Homogeneous, Mr. H. Kirk, on, 329 Iron Making in India, 82, 290

Iron, Preservation of, 180, 311, 323, 342, 356

Iron, Dr. C. W. Siemens on, 205, 206

Iron Trade, The Brazilian, 46

Iron Trade, The French, 47

Ironclad at Portsmouth, Proposed Building of a New, 89

Ironstone Mines, Powder in, 24

Ironworks and Collieries, Value of, 118

Irrigation Works, Indian, 413

Isomeric Nitroso-terpenes, 248

Jablochkoff's Electric “ Candle,” Mr., 433

Jack, Roasting, Eaton Hall, Mr. AV. Eden Ncsfield, 15 Jacks, Hydraulic and Screw Compound, Mr. Harrison, 21, 31

Japan, Railways in, 362

Jersey Harbour Works, 450

Jetty Extension, Margate, 316

Johnson, Mr., Sleeping Berths for Emigrants, 328

Jute Fibre, Machinery for Treatment of, Messrs.

McKean and McGrath, 195, 196

Keeling and Owen, Messrs., The Severn Bridge, 11,15 Kerr, Mr. Robert L., Decimal Measuring Machine, 162, 253, 283

Labour and Capital, 311

Labour, Dr. C. AV. Siemens on, 204

Landing Stage at Seacombe, Cheshire, Mr. AV. Carson, Engineer, 394, 399

Lamp, Theory of the Bunsen, 242

Launch of Iron Screw Steamer, 361

Launch, Russian Steam, Messrs. AV. Crichton and Co., 266, 272

London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Goods Locomotive, Mr. AV. Stroudley, Engineer, 276, 373 Lead, by the New River Company’s AVater, Corrosion of, Dr. G. Bischof, Chemical Society, 9

Lead, Solvent Action of Saline Solutions on. 188 Leading Articles -

1877, The Year, Retrospective and Prospective, 11

Aerial Telegraphy, 30

American Competition, 184

Arlesey Collision, The, 29

Ashtabula Bridge, The, 289, 360

Beaumont’s Pneumatic Locomotive Engine, 64

Bessemer, The, 220

Blue Glass Mania, 202

Boiler Inspection, 82, 273

Brakes, Continuous, 343, 397, 449

Brazilian Government and the Brazilian Iron Trade, The, 46

Breech-loading Gun, A New, 134

Burnt Iron, 414

Canal Feed AVater, 450

Citadel Ships, 255

Cleopatra's Needle, 118

Coal in Lincolnshire, 326

Coal and Water Below London, 344

Co-operative Coal Mining, 15

Competition with America, 257

Cramped Marine Engines, 325

Don Valley Sewerage, The, 344

Economical Puddling Furnaces, 432

Engineers’ Fees, 325

Engineers in the Navy, 63, 82, 100, 183, 201, 237, 359

England in the Pacific, 378

English v. American Ploughs, 396

Explosion on Board the Sidonian, 432

Failure of a Foot Bridge at Bath, 396

Fibrous Steel, 378

Fire Extinction, 432

Floods in the Fens, 82,168, 257

Foreign Competition, 344

French Iron Trade, The 47

German Patent Law, The, 308

Government and Boiler Inspection, 82, 273

Gun, The 80-Ton, 308

Gun, The New 80-Ton. 378

Guns and Armour, 237

High Pressure Engines, 395

H.M.S. Inflexible, 431

II.M.S. Orontes, 433

Hornet Fleet, A, 81, 378

Human Batteries, 396

Imaginary Grievances, Bells on Tram Cars, 450

India, Engineers in, 99

Indian Irrigation Works, 413

Institution of Civil Engineers, The, 219, 290, 377

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The 46, 64 Iron Trade, Important to the, 15 Ironmaking in India, 82, 290

Ironworks and Collieries, The value of, 118

Jersey Harbour AVorks, 450

Lincolnshire Floods, The, 82, 168, 257

Loan Collection of Scientific Apparatus, South Kensington, Hand-books of the, 46

Locomotives, Special, 273

London Water Supply, The, 82, 99

Machine Puddling, and Mr. Smith Casson, 150

Marine Boiler Exflosion, A, 30

Marine Enginering, 100

Marine Engines, Safe, 117, 133

Metropolitan Board o AVorks, 360

Modern Armour Plates, 308

Mining Regulations, Faulty, 64

Mining in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, 414

New Government Grant in Aid of Science, 326

Our Communication with the East, 449 Paris Exhibition Commission, 1878, 83 Patents for Inventions Bill, 1877, The, 117 Paying Workmen, 220

Physical Geography and Physiography, 414

Private Railways, 3?6

Puddling Furnace Economy, 289

Rail-making, Modern, 274

Railway Accidents, 45

Railway Bridges, The Strength of, 118

Railway Companies as Manufacturers, 219

Railway Management, 149

Railway Semaphore Signalling, 46

Leading Articles (continued)—

Railways in Ceylon, 100, 343

Railways in China, 100

Rattening at Sheffield, Tramway, 82

Registration of Trade Marks, 150, 203, 238

Rivetted Joints, The Strength of, 167

Rolling Friction, 202

Russian Ironclads

Science and Armour, 255

Science Museum, A, 81

Severn Tunnel, The, 450

Sewage Irrigation, 47

Sewage Question, The, 326

Shells, Improvements in Casting, 274

Ship Models, Proposed Exhibition of, 134

Short Hours at the Collieries, 257

Snow and the Telegraphs, 168

Specifications, American, 100

Specifications, Printing Patent, 63

State Aid to Science, 167

Steering of Screw Ships, 361

Strikes as Commercial Speculations, 395

Sugar Making, A New Process in, 184

Thames Floods, The, 45

Thames Valley Sewerage, The, 149

Thetis, The, 220

Thor, as v. the Queen, 183

Thunderer, H.M.S., 377

Topography of New York, The, 220

Torpedo Launches in Naval Warfare, 413

Torpedoes at Sea, 185

Tourmaline, The Story of H.M.8.,256

Trade with America, 398

Tramway Working at Sheffield. 433

Tramways, Steam Power on London, 133, 150, 290, 307

Trial Trips in the Navy, 29

The War, 307

Water Meters, 238

Water Supply of Alfreton, 378

Water Supply of Halifax, 36 >

Water Supply of Villages, 238

Welded Boilers, 396

Sir Joseph Whitworth and Co-operation, 201

Witham Valley Floods, The, 82, 168, 257

Zazel. 274

Leffel, Mr., Turbine, 59

Legal Intelligence—

In re Barrows’ Application, in re Trade Marks Registration Acts, 198, 290

Bai rows v. The Pelsall Iron and Coal Company, Limited, 27

Barrows v. the Registrar of Trade Marks, 151

Beale v Gwynne, 318

E.c parte Jonathan Grimshaw, Trade Mark 56

Linoleum Company v. Nairn, Trade Mark, 79

London Portland Cement Company v. Gostling,

Trade Mark, 92

The Palliser Patent Prolongation, 318

Plimpton v. Spiller, 266, 452

In the matter of the Trade Marks Registration Act, 418

Thomas v. the Queen, 451 ,

Letters to tiie Editor—

Accident on the Great Northern Railway, II. P., 8

Arlesey Accident, The, H. W. Mason, C.E., 26

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, B. C. J., i 96

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, Inspector, 132

Board of Trade, Lloyd's and Marine Engines, J. B , 96

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, II.

MacColl, 146

Board of Trade, Lloyd's and Marine Engines, A

Marine Engine Builder of 40 Years’ Experience, 96

Board of Trade, Lloyd's and Marine Engines, A

Marine Engineer, 110

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, Sandy

McNab, 146

Board of Trade, Lloyds and Marine Engines, Quayside, 96

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, Sarri-tor, 96 •

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, Shipowner, 96, 132

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine Engines, J. P.

Smeaton, 132

Board of Trade, Lloyd’s and Marine’Engines,

W. B. M., 213

Boiler Explosions, Boiler, 275, 311

Boiler Explosions on Board Men-of-War, M. G. B., 8

Blundell’s Pumps, J. Stone and Co., 115

Breaking of Engine Shafts in the Royal Navy, F. W.

Turner, 411

Brown’s Steam Crane, Brown, Brothers, and Co., 26

Casson-Dormoy Patent Gas-Puddling and Self-

Stoking Double Furnace, R. Smith Casson, 235

Characters by which some Perfect Squares may be

Distinguished, J. W. Barnett, 43

Citadel Ships, I. A., 253

Citadel Ships, J. Evelyn Williams 253

Coal Dust Fuel, G. K. Stevenson, 356

Commercial Engineering, Commercial, 323

Commercial Engineering. Experience, 311

Conservation of Energy, The, 0 26, 42, 78

Continuous Brakes, Ajax, 429

Continuous Brakes, F. Blancquart, 446

Continuous Brakes, Fish-Plate, 411

Continuous Brakes, Ramsey Kendall, 370

Continuous Brakes, Tacitus, 389, 446

Continuous Brakes, Robert Walker, 147

Decimal Measuring Machine, J. W., 311

Deep Well Boring, Alf. A. Langley, 312

Deep Wells, Richard Allison, 147

Deep Wells, W. H. Penning, F.G.S., 204

Drainage in Lincoln, J no. Maltby, Mayor of Boston, 235

Drawing Boring Rods, Richard Allison, 165

Engineer Officers, Royal Navy, X, 252

Engineers and Engineers, A Grumbler on Shore, 213

Engineers in India, Audi Alteram Partem, 323

Engineers in the Navy, C. I., 185

Engineers in the Navy, Nemo, 235

Engineers in the Navy, A Victim, 283

Engineers in the Navy, James Evans Waygood, 185

Floods of the Thames and the Shannon, James

Lynam, C.E., 96

Force and Motion, Robt. D. Napier (See pp. 26, 42,

and 78 235

Gas Furnaces, J. F. Boetius, 356

Gas Furnaces, R. Smith Casson, 283, 370

Gas Furnaces, A. Coyte, 252, 323, 370

Gas Furnaces, H. L , 370

Gas Furnaces, C. Holste, 323, 370

Gas Furnaces, J. R., 411

Gas Furnaces, D. M Corkindale, 356

Gas Furnaces, Nettlefold’s, 356

Gas Furnaces, Oxide, 389, 446

Gas Furnaces, C. William Siemens, 356, 389

Gas Furnaces, Styrian, 389

Gas Furnaces, Augustus Westwood and Co , 389

Gas Furnaces, Joseph Whitham and Son. 389

Gas Furnaces, Fred. Yates, 283, 356, 411,-429

Gas Furnaces of Boetius and Bicheroux, J. F Boetius, 283

Gun Cotton, A. C., 26

St. Helier’s Harbour Works, Jersey, Petit Crapaud, 213

High Speed Belts, Fredk. Evans, 311

II.M.S. Tourmaline, Brotherhood and Hardingham, 275

II.M.S. Tourmaline, Fair Play, 282

H.M.8. Tourmaline, R. and W. Hawthorn, 275

H.M.S. Tourmaline, N. K., 282

Hot Short Steels, Daniel Adamson, 8

Inclined v. Vertical Armour, Francis J. Palmer, 283

Influence of Gravity upon Bodies Revolving in a

Vertical Plane, H. Moy Thomas, 27

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, A Member, 43

Institution of Civil Engineers, Mem. Inst. C.E., 342

Institution of Civil Engineers, The, Progress, 235

Jackettcd Cylinders, John Pinchbeck, 61

Letters to the’ Editor (continued}—

Jacketted Cylinders, M. Ridley 8

i Cylinders, Savory and Son, 26

Jacketted Cylinders, Tuxford and Sons, 43

Labour and Capital, Scotus, 311

Liability of Engineers, Engineer, 147

Liability of Engineers, Engineers, 26

Lincolnshire Floods, The, Edward Welsh, 185

Levelling Instruments, W. S. Hall, 370

Locomotive r ire-boxes, 8. Hannah, 7

Machine Puddling 8. (Referring to p. 150), 201

Marine Boiler Explosions, Adam Miller (see p. 30), 60

Marine Engines, H MacColl, 115 '

Manne Propulsion. Thos Garnett, 311

Measuring Instruments, W. Bissell, 253

Measurmg Instruments, George Falkner and Son, zoo

Measuring Instruments, Robt. L. Kerr {See p. 25),

^StrU^®J??8’ Wm- Smith and Son, 283

•ne ator8’ Colliery Engineer, 446

Mine Ventilators, Wm. Daniel, 446

Mine Ventilators, Easton and Tattersail, 420

?!?lons of Pennsylvania, Chas. Clarkson, Ol, to, Zo4

Naval Engineer Reform, W. G., 213

Paris Tramways, G. P. Harding, 323

Patent Bill, The, John Brown, 132

Patent Bill, The, Peter Jensen, 132

Patent Bill, The, Yates W. Booth, 132

Hamilton, 1877’ The- Wm' TiShe

Patents for inventions Bill, 1877, The, Lewis Olrick,

7BiU’ 18771 The’ JU11US R

Patents for Inventions Bill, 1877, The. H. H Mur doch, 203

Peqamn,?i?team Boilers> Lewis Olrick (Refer to p. uoi//f 411

Phosphor Bronze, John Buchanan, 8

Phosphor Bronze, P. Dewar and Son, 59

Phosphor Bronze, W. Hollis, 8

Phosphor Bronze, Jas. Whalley, 43

Pope’s Boiler, Engineer, 312

Preliminary Examination of Patents, W. Spence, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 8, 43

Preservation of Iron, J. H. Johnson, 323

Preservation of Iron, J. Carter Ramsden, 311, 342, 356 ’ 1

Prime Cost, G. W., 147

Priming of Steam Boilers, J. J. Webster, 446

Propulsion, Marine, W. S., 203

Propulsion Screw, W. H. M. (See p. 141), 185

Railway Accidents, E. A. E 59

Railway Speeds, D. N., 8

Repairs at Sea, A I. C. E., 146

Responsibility of Engineers, The, Manufacturer 60

River Weaver Appointment. The, J. C W 146

River Weaver Appointment, Sectarianism’ v. Engineering, M. I. C. E., 96 s

Riveted Joints, The Strength of, W. H M 213

The Strength of, Thomas Baldwin, 203 (Referring to p. 125)

Riveted Joints, W. R. Browne, 146

Riveted Joints, The Strength of, W. 8 Hall 185 Riveted Joints, The Strength of, Investigator, It5 Riveted Joints, The Strength of, Robert Wilson, 165 Ropes, Engineer, 235 (See Miscellanea, p. 217)

Ropes, Hamilton W. Pendred, C E., 311

Rowan’s Steam Tram-car, Robert F. Fairlie 446 Rules, Tables, and Data, D. K. Clark, 323 ’ ® James Caton, Sea-going Engineer,

26, 60

Sanitary Engineering, Hayward Tyler and Co., 429

Self-acting Bucket, E F. Denison, 446

Y,ewever Reach the P<*le?-The Author of

Shall We ever Reach the Pole ?” 323

Ships’ Pumps, Blundell Brothers, 311

Siemens, Dr., on Utilising Natural Forces, Giulio

Melhsugo, C.E., 243

Snow and Telegraph Posts, A Non-Believer in Cheap Articles, 201 1

Snow and Telegraph Posts, Godfrey Sinclair, 185

Snow and the Telegraphs, F. Russell and Co.. 213

Snow and the Telegraphs, X, Y. Z , 252

Sound Diagrams, George Cope Pearce, 203 (Referring \ to p. j.yz)

Special Engines. T. M., 283

Stop Valves, Brinjes and Goodwin, 446

Stop Valves, J. S Windell and Co., 446

Strength of Railway Bridges, H. Parkes, jun , 146

Supply of Air to Furnaces, J. E. W., 9

Supply of Air to Furnaces, W. A. Martin and Co., 4o I

Supply of Air to Furnaces, Herbert Quicke, 79

Supply of Air to Furnaces, W. M. A , 26

Testing Steam Engines, Thomas Baldwin, 61

Testing Steam Engines, C., 26

Testing Steam Engines, B. W. Farey, 26

I esting Steam Engines, H. D. Jones, 8 42

Testing Steam Engines, Wm. McN , 8 42

Testing Steam Engines, W. H. NorthcJtt, 61 1^!immuFlooclT1;?’ev1ention> One of the Promoters of the Thames Mood Prevention Bill of 1875-6 2j5

Thames Flood, James Vogan, 147

Thomas v. the Queen, Lynall Thomas (Referring to p 183), 204

Thrust of Screw Shafts, The, C. Kloos, 59

Thunderer, Explosion on Board the, Marine Engi-iiQOP 43 ’ ®

Thunderer, H.M.S., W. S. L., 8

Thunderer, Safety Valves of the, H. I. C. M. R. S., 43 ’

Torpedoes, Richard Allison, 446

Torpedoes, Chas. W. Rowe, 411

Tramways, Steam on, Benjamin C Badham, 185

Tramways, Steam on, Charles A. Harrison, 323

Tramways, Steam on, Henry Hughes, 283

Tramways, Steam on, 311

Treatment of Sewage, J. C. Melliss, 411

Tube Plate Cutters, J. M. Raine, 323

Turbine at Waltham Abbey, Royal Gunpowder Factory, R. Perrott and Sons, 43

Water Meters, J. Tylor and Sons, 252

Water Power in India, Sami. Leigh, 43

Water Power in India, Wentworth Taylor, 59

Water Power in Ireland, Aquarius, 8

Water Supply of Villages and Towns, Richard Allison, 96

Waterwitch Pump, Our, Blundell Bros., 115

Leupold, Mr. H., Donkey Feed Pump, 441, 451

Levelling Instruments, 353, 370

Lightning Conductors, 230

Lincolnshire, Coal in, 326, 338

Lines or Chains, Hauling-down Instructions from the

Admiralty concerning, 285

Literature—  ;

Abstract of Reported Cases Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions, by T. M. Goodevo, M.A., 118

Compendium dor Gasfeuer mg in ihrer Anwendung auf die Hutten-industrie, &c., von Ferdinand Steinmann, 397

The Complete Practical Machinist; embracing Lathe Work, Vice Work, making Use of Tools’ &c., by Joshua Rose, 47 ’

Electro-Telegraphy, by F. S. Beechey, Telegraph Engineer, 291 *

The Elements of Machine Design, an Introduction to the Principles which determine the Arrangement and Proportions of the Parts of Machines, and a Collection of Rules for Machine Design, by W. Cawthorne Unwin, 229

Fire Protection ; a Complete Manual of the Organisation, Machinery, Discipline, and General Working of the Fire Brigade of London, by Eyre M. Shaw, 309

Gasfeuerung, Oder die rationelle Construction indus-trieller Keuerungsanlagen, nach dem Franzbsi-schen yon M. Bichet, &c. Von L. Ramdohr, 897

°* Metrical Testing, by H. R. Kempe,

A«&. l.E., 291

Literature (continued}— ~

Industrial Classes and Industrial Statistics, Mining, Metals, Chemicals, Ceramics, Glass, and Paper, with Maps, Edward Stanford, 451

Information for Colonial Engineers, Edited by J • I, Hurst. Part I., Ceylon, by A. Deane ; Part IL. South Africa, by H. Hall; Part III., India, by F. C. Danvers, 326 .

Imperial College of Engineering, Tokai, Japan. Calendar for Session, 1877. Prepared by Henry

Dyer, C.E., M.A.B., &c. . e

The Kinematics of Machinery: Outlines of a Theory of Machines, by F. Reulaux. Translated and Edited by Alex. B. W. Kennedy, C.E., 211, 247

A Short Manual of Heat for the Use of Schools and Science Classes, by the Rev. A. Irving, B.A., &c., 151

Manual of ihe Mechanics of Engineering, and the Construction of Machines, with an Introduction to the Calculus, by Julius Weisbach, Ph. D. Vol. L, Theoretical Mechanics. Translated by Eckley B.

Coxe, M.A., 345

Manual of Rules, Tables and Data for Mechanical Engineers, bv Daniel Kinnear Clark, 308

Pioneer Engineering: A Treatise on the Engineering Operations connected with the Settlement of Waste Lands in New Countries, by Edward Dobson, A.I.C.E., 361

The Plumber and Sanitary Houses: Practical Treatise on the Principles of Internal Plumbing Work, or the Best Means for Effectually Excluding Noxious Gases from our Houses, by S. S. Hellyer, 433

Practical Tunnelling, by Fred. Walter Simms ; 3rd Edition Revised and Extended, by D. Kinnear Clark, 327

. Railway Appliances : a Description of the Details of Railway Construction Subsequent to the Earthworks and Structures, Including a Short N otice of Railway Rolling Stock, by John Wolf Barry, M.I.C.E., 361

Report of Chief Engineer J. W. King on European Ships of War and their Armament, &c., 37«

Die Drei Rigibahnen und das Zahnrad-System, by Roman Abt, 451

Sanitary Engineering; Lectures given before the School of Military Engineering at Chatham, 1876, by J. Bailey Denton, 414

Science Lectures at South Kensington, Kinematic Models, by Prof. Kennedy, C.E., 211, 247

Shall We ever Reach the Pole? Provost and Co., 309

Telegraphy, by W. H. Preece, C.E., and J. Sive wright, 291

Theory and Action of the Steam Engine for Practical Men, by W. H. Northcott, 450

Trade Marks Registration Acts, 1875 and 1876, by James Lryce, Lincoln’s-inn, Barrister-at-Law, 397

Tramways et Chemins de Per sur Routes; His-torique, Jurisprudence, Regiementation, d’apres les Documents Officicls, par P. Chenot, Chef de Division au Ministbre des Travaux Publics, .291

Treatise on the Mechanical Theory of Heat and its Applications to the Steam Engine, &c., by R. S. McCulloch, C.E., 344

Wood Conversion by Machinery, by J. Richards, M.E., 151

Loan Collection, South Kensington, Handbooks of the, 46

Lock for Railway Carriages, Self-acting Safety, Mr. Maxwell, 293

Locomotive Driving, Practical Papers on, Mr. Michael Reynolds, 375, 428, 442

Locomotive. Goods, London, Brighton, and South-Coast Railway, Mr. W. Stroudley, 2/6, 373

Locomotives on Common Roads, 433

Locomotives for the Danish State Railways (Contracts Open). 452

Locomotives, Repairs and Renewals of, Mr. A.

McDonnell, 38

Locomotives, Special, Mr. Stroudley, 273, 276, 233

London Bridge, 21 .

London and North-Western and Great Western Joint

Railways, Specification for Bessemer Steel Rails (Contracs Open), 196

Loudoun Castle, Compound Engines of the, Messrs. J. and G. Thomson, 341, and Supplement May 18th, 1877

Low Moor Ironworks Puddling Furnaces, 329

Luminous, and Non-Luminous Flame, 436

Lyman, Mr. W., Rowing Gear, 340

McChesney, Mr., Fret Saw, Philadelphia Exhibition, 55, 56

McEvoy, Capt., Spar Torpedo, 340

Machine Puddling and Mr. Smith-Casson’s Furnace, 150, 204, 235, 252, 283

Mahanoy, Inclined Plane, U.S., Safety Trucks, 77, 78

McKean and McGrath, Messrs., Jute Machinery, 195, 196

McLaren, Messrs. J. and H., 12-H.P. Traction Engine, 232

Madder, Colouring Matters, 188, 336

Magnetism of Soft Iron Cylinders, Influence of Form on, 312

Manganese in Spiegeleisen, Estimation of, 270, 336

Map of S.E. Europe, 385

Maps of London for 1877, 56

Marine Engineering, 100

Marine Propulsion, 141, 185, 311

Marshall and Co., Messrs., 8-H.P. Traction Engine, 125, 131

I Maxwell, Mr., Self-acting Safety Lock for Railway Carriages, 293

Measuring Machine, Decimal, Mr. Robert L. Kerr, 162 253, 283

Melting Ladle Plugs, 286

Melting Points, with Special Reference to those of Metallic Salts, High, 74

Memdouhiye, The Turkish Ironclad Frigate, 38, 65

M erchant Ships in Naval Warfare, Fighting Power, of, 194, 221

Metropolitan Board of Works, 360

Middlesbrough, Launch and Trial Trip at, 235

Middlesbi ough Railway Station, 328

Mine Ventilator, Roots’ Chilton Colliery, 412, 416

Mine Ventilators, 429, 446

Mines Opened in France during the Last Forty Years, 180

Mining Regions of Pensylvania, The, 61, 76, 77, 78, 234

Mining Regulations, Faulty, 64

Mining in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, 414

Miscellanea, 5, 23, 39. 57, 75, 102, 111, 129. 143, 161, 177, 199, 217, 231, 249, 267, 287, 301, 319, 339, 353, 871, 393, 407, 425, 447

Monitor, Loss of a Turkish, 336, 351

Motive Power to Distant Points, Transmission of, 216

Moulding, Art of, 96

Municipal Council of Paris, Visit of, 305

Naphthalene Series, Contributions to the History of, 352

Narcotin, Cotarnin and Hydrocotarnin, 453

Navy, Engineers in the, 63, 82, 100, 183, 185, 201, 213, 237, 252, 283

Navy. Trial Trips in the, 29

New York, The Topography of, 220

Niagara Falls, Sale of the Monopoly of the Power of, 317

Nicaraguan Canal 346

Nitric Oxide by Pyrogallate of Potash, Decomposition of, 352

North British Railway, Continuous Brakes on the, North of England, 19, 35. 53, 69, 89, 107, 123, 139, 157, 173, 192, 210, 227, 264, 280, 297, 316, 333, 350, 368, 385, 4u3. 422, 440 457

Notes from Lancashire, 18, 34, 52, 68, 88,106, 122, 138, 157, 173, 191, 209, 227, 245, 263, 279, 296, 315, 334, 349, 367, 384, 403, 421, 439, 457

Notos and Memoranda, 5, 23, 39, 57, 75, 102, 111, 129, 113 161, 177, 199, 217, 231,24% 207, 287, 301, 319, 339* 353, 371, 393, 407, 425, 447

Notes from Scotland, 19, 35, 53, 69, 89, 107, 123, 139, 158 174, 192, 210, 227, 237, 246, 264, 280, 297, 316, 834, 350, 36S, 385, 404, 422, 440, 458

Notices to Correspondents, 11, 29, 45, 63, 81, 99, 117, 133, 149, 167, 183, 201, 219, 255, 273, 307, 325, 343, 359, 377, 395, 413, 431, 449

Nut and Bolt Company, Wiles’ Patent Lock Nut, 276

Nut, Wiles’ Patent Lock, Nut and Bolt Company, 276

Obituary : —

Armstrong, Mr. Joseph, 400,’409

Bain, Mr. Alex., Electrician, 22

Jones, Mr. John, 388

Page, Mr. Thomas, 31

Salt, Sir Titus, 4

Smee, F.R.8., Mr. Alfred, 53

Ordnance and Engineering Works, The Elswick, 150

Ordnance, Manufacture of Heavy, K. C. Eng. Soc., 186

Ore Stamps, Direct-acting Pneumatic, Mr. Sholl, 95, 101

Organic Chemistry and their Ultimate Bearings, Reactions in, 74

Orontes, If.M.S., 433

Otto of Limes, 454

Oundle, Drainage of, 185

Oxford, Main Drainage, 113

Pallion Works, Sunderland, Sale of Machinery and Plant at the, 346, 363, 380

Paraffine, The Coming Material, Prof. Abel on, 56

Paris Exhibition, The, 56, 73

Paris Exhibition Building. 1878—Ground Plan, 58

Paris Exhibition Commission, 1878, 83

Paris Underground Railway, The, 40

Patent Law Amendment Bill, 248

Patent Law, The German, 308, 344, 356

Patent-office, The, 56, 135, 300

Patent-office, The American, 282

Patent-office Drawings, 300

Patents for Invention, Petitions to the Lord Chancellor, 74

Patents for Inventions Bill, 1877, The, 114, 117, 132, 133, 135, 147, 168, 181, 203

Patents in 1876, Number of Applications for, 24

Patents, Preliminary Examination of, 8, 43

Paying Workmen, 220

Penetration of Shot into Armour, 423

Pensylvania, The Mining Regions of, 61, 76, 77, 78, 234

Perfect Squares may be Distinguished, Characters by which, 43

Perkins, Mr. Loftus, Boilers and Engines for High-Pressures, 389, 390, 411

Perrett, Mr. E., Rotary Filter, 101

Petroleum applied to Boilers, Valve and Cock, and Safety Cistern, 398

Petroleum, and Coal Tar Benzine, 108

Philadelphia Exhibition

Cloth Cutting Machine, Mr. Penno, 320]

Cloth Cutting Machine, Mr. Albin Warth, 320

Food Preservation, 72

Fret Saw, Mr. McChesney, 55, 56

Rowing Gear, Mr. W. Lyman, 340

Valve Gear, Mr. H. Bilgram, 341

Phosphor Bronze, 8, 43, 59, 310

Physical Geography, and Physiography, 414

Piecework Question and the Engineering - Shops at Nottingham, The, 69

Pile Driving, Bridge and Quay Works, Dresden, 372, 373, 376, 400

Pine and Fir Timber, from an Engineering Point of View, 126

Plate Pickling Machines, Messrs. Taylor and Co., 268

Ploughs, English v. American, 396

Plugs, Melting Ladle, 286

Plurs, in Graubfinden, Switzerland, The Buried Tillage of, 213

Point and Signal Locking Apparatus, Messrs. Annett and Banister, 162

Pnnley Messrs., International Weighing Machine, 320

Poonah, Lengthening of the Steamship, E.do Russett, 221

Populations of the States of Europe, 9

Portland Cement, Testing of, 186

Prices Current ot Metals, Oils, and Timber, &c.—(See last page of every number.)

Prime Cost, 147

Priming of Steam Boilers, 398, 446

Private Bills—Session 1877, 151

Proiectiles, The Conservation of Energy in, 26, 42, 78, 285

Propeller, Screw, Mr. R. R. Bevis, 427

Propulsion, Marine, 203, 229

Protheroe, C.E., F.R.G.S., Mr., Mooring Anchors, 298

Psychrometer, Observations with the, Dr. R. Ruben-son, 15

Puddling Furnaces at Low Moor Ironworks, 329

Puddling Iron in Gas Furnaces, 150, 204, 235,252, 283, 289, 323, 356, 370, 389, 411, 429, 432, 446

Pump, The Challenge, Steam, Messrs. Robertson, Osbourne, and Co., 162

Pump, Donkey Feed, Mr. H. Leupold, 441, 451

Pump, Reliance, Messrs. Syers, 170

Pump, Waterwitch, Messrs. Blundell, 94, 115

Pumps, Bilge, Messrs. James Watt and Co., 250

Pumps, Ships’, 311

Quebec Harbour Improvements, 409

Radiating Machine, St. Helier’s Harbour Works, Jersey, Sir John Coode, 341

Rail, Mr. King’s, 15

Rail Making, Modern, 274

Rails, Specification for Bessemer Steel, London and North-Western and Great Western Joint Railway (Contracts Open), 196

Railway Accidents, 45, 59

Railway Accidents, Report of the Royal Commission on, 109, 147

Railway Accidents in the United States, 220

Railway Bridges, The Strength of, 118, 146

Railway Carriages, Lighting, Messrs. Puitsch, Pischon, and Co., 235

Railway Companies as Manufacturers, 219

Railway Curves and High Speeds, 37

Railway Management and Continuous Brakes, 149

Railway Matters 5, 23, 39, 57, 75, 102, 111, 129, 143,

161, 177, 199, 217, 231, 249, 267, 287, 301, 319, 339, 353, 371, 393, 407, 425, 447

Railway, The Paris Underground, 40

Railway, Proposed Pneumatic, South Kensington, 453

Railway Servants, Employment of, 300

Railway Stations, Joint, 361

Railways in Ceylon, 100

Railways in China, 1( 0, 343

Railways, Indian State (Contracts Open), 341, 354, 357

Railways in Japan, 362

Railways, Private, 326, 338

Railways of the World, The, 55,100

Raising Water, New Device for, 96

Range Finder, Gen. II. Berdan, 179

Rattening at Sheffield, Tramway, 82

Reading Ironworks Co., The Prize Haymaking Machine, 59

Recorder, Train Speed, Mr. Westinghouse, 9, 10

Red Moss Metal Co , Steel Making by a New Process, Invented by Mr. H. Larkin, 160

Refuse Vegetable Substances, Raising Steam by Combustion of, 93

Resistance of Ships. Wave-Making, 222

Rhone Canal, A Projected, 79

Richmond and Kow Water Supply, 69

Rink at Rusholme, Ice Skating, Opened by Prof.

Gamgee, 22

Rink, A Steel, 7

River Weaver Appointment—Sectarianism v. Engineering, 96

Riveted Joints, The Strength of, 125, 146, 165, 167, 185, 203, 213

Robertson, Osbourne, and Co., Messrs., The “ Challenge ” Steam Pump, 162

Robertson and I’Anson, Messrs, Philmore Bridge, Darlington, 98,101

Rolling Friction, 202

Roofs, Economical Relation of Angles in Trussed, 218

Roofs, Iron, Indian State Railways (Contracts Open), 354, 357

Rope Driving Goar, Mr. J. Durie, 443

Rope Driving Gear, Mr. J. H. Smith’s, Messrs. Pollit and Wigzoll, Sowerby Bridge, 443, 444

Ropes, 235, 311 {See Miscellanea, p. 217)

Ross Winans, Mr., 309

Rouchat Viaduct, Paris and Orleans Railway, 426,484

Rowing Gear, Mr. W. Lyman, 340

Rules, Tables and Data, 323

Russia, Newspapers in, 38

Russian Ironclads iu the Black Sea, 359

Russian Torpedoes and Turkish Ironclads, 387

Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Messrs., Steam Excavating Machine, 73, 80

St. Helier’s Harbour Works, Jersey, 130, 213

St. Helier’s Harbour Works, Jersey, Radiating Steam Hercules, Sir John Goode, 341

Salisbury Cathedral, Restoration of, 120

Salt to Boston, Exportation of English, 336

Sanitary Engineering, 429

Sash Fastener, Mr. Edward’s Patent, 112

Savage, Mr. F., Steam Ploughing and Traction Engine, 113

Scalpa, Proposed Erection of Wooden Pier at, 112

Science and Armour, 255

Science Museum, A, 81

Science, State Aid to, 167

Screw Shafts, The Thrust of, 59

Screw Threads, Machine for Forging, Messrs. Boucha-court and Delille, 417

Seacombe, Cheshire, Landing Stage at, Mr. W. Carson, Engineer, 394, 399

Segeberg, State Salt Mines, Rotative Pumping Engine, 450-H.P., Herrn W. Riehn and C. Meinicke, Engineers, 116, 119, 144, 145, 229, 241

Sorapis, Trial Trip of SS., 283

Severn Bridge, The, Messrs. G. W. Owen, and G. W.

Keeling, 11, 15

Sewage, Disposal of Town, 134, 299, 317, 351, 369, 387 405, 411

Sewage, The Don Valley, 344

Sewage Irrigation, 47

Sewage Question, The, 142, 326

Sewage, The Thames Valley, 149

Sewage Works, Skipton, Mr. Baldwin Latham, C.E., 163, 164,166

“ Shall We ever Reach the Pole,” 323

Shanks and Co., Messrs , Vertical Engine, 387, 391

Sheffield District, 19, 35, 68, 88, 106, 123, 138, 157, 174, 191, 209, 227, 246, 263, 280, 297, 315, 333, 349, 367, 384, 404, 421, 439, 457

Shells, Improvements in Casting, 274

Shields and Rifle Fire, 290

Shipbuilding in Liverpool, A Year’s, 4

Ships, Citadel, 239, 253, 255, 268

Ship Models, Exhibition of, 134, 379, 418

Ships, on the Stability of, Mr. W. John, 240

Shoeburyness, Penetration Experiments with 80-Ton Gun at, Target (No. 41), 73, 91, 317

Sholl, Mr., Direct-acting Pneumatic Ore Stamps, 95, 101

Sholl, Mr., Pneumatic Hammer, 369, 379J(See also p. 95)

Short Hours at the Collieries, 257

Short Time Bill, The Swiss, 79

Sidonian, Explosion on Board the, 432

Signalling, Railway Semaphore, 46

Silicate Paints, 160

Silk industry in Italy, The, 334

Simoom, H.M.S., 436

Skipton Sewage Works, Mr. Baldwin Latham. C.E .

163,164, 166 ’

Slotting Machine, Messrs. W. Collier and Co.. 250, 254

Smith, Mr., Vacuum Brake, 3, 6

Smith Casson, Mr. R., Gas Puddling and Self-stoking Double Furnace, 150, 204, 235, 252, 283

Smith, Mr. J. H., Rope Driving Gear, Messrs. Pollit and Wigzell, 443, 444

Smith, Mr. T., Travelling Steam Crane, 182, 184

Smithfield Club Show—

Messrs. Marshall and Co., 8-H.P. Traction Engine.

125,131 ’

Snow and the Telegraphs, 168, 185, 204, 213, 252

Society of Arts, The, 238, 248, 318

Continuous Brakes for Railways, Capt. Tyler, 304

Patents for Invention Bill, Mr. Trueman Wood, 168

Patents for Invention Bill, Discussion following

Mr. T. Wood’s Paper, 181

Phosphor Bronze and its Applications, Mr. Alexander Dick, 310

Science Lectures, 22

The Way to make Workmen’s Cottages Comfortable, Warm, and Healthy, with special reference to Silicate Paints, Mr F. E. Thicke, 160

Society and Southern Counties Association, Bath and

West of England, 379

Society, The Chemical :—

Ammonium Sulphide, Influence exerted by, in Preventing the Action of Various Solutions on Copper, Messrs. F. W. Shaw and T. Carnelley, 188

Asbestos Cardboard and its Uses in the Laboratory

W. N. Hartley, 352

Aurin into Rosaniline, Transformation of, R. S.

Dale and C. Schorlemmer, 436, 454

Benzene Symbols, Kekule’s and Ladenburg’s, Dr H. E. Armstrong, 142

Bismuth Compounds, Certain, Mr. M. M P Muir

248, 436 ‘ *

Bismuth, Method of Detecting Small Quantities of.

Part V., Mr. M. M. P. Muir, 336

Bismuth Volumetrically, Additional Note on a Process for Estimating, Mr. M. M. P. Muir, 248

Bunsen Lamp, Theory of the, Professor Thorpe 24^

Chromium Pig Iron, Mr. E. Reiley, 248 ’

Copper Zinc Couples, Preparation of, Dr ■' J H

Gladstone and Mr. A. Tribe, 248

Carbometer for the Estimation of Carbonic An-hydride, Mr. S. T. Pruen and Dr. G. Jones, 188

Corrosion of Lead by the New River Company’s

Water, Dr. G. Bischof, 9

Coumaric. Cinnamic, and other Analogous Acids formed from the Aromatic Aldehydes. Mr W H Perkin, 142 ’’ ' *

Crystals by their Optical Characters, Discrimination of, Prof. N. S. Maskelyne, 800

Dehydration of Hydrates by the Time Method. W

Ramsay, 436’ *

D WilUamB1; i8gorivativea °f> Mr- W. Carleton-

Society, the Chemical (continued) —

Dinitroso-orcin and Dinitro-orcin, Dr. J. Stenhouse, F.R.S., 74 .

Dithymyltrichlorethane, On some Derivatives of, Dr. E. Jager, 74

Examination of Substances by the Timo Method, J. B Hannay, 436

Fluid Cavities, Further Study of, Mr. W. N. Hartley, 9

Fluorspar, Note on the Fluid contained]in a Cavity in, J. W. Mallet, 436

Gardenin, Note on, Mr. C. ,E. Groves and Dr. J. Stenhouse, 248

Gas Analysis, Apparatus for, Dr. Frankland, 453

Gas Analysis, Some Points in, Air. J. W. Thomas, 352

Gases Enclosed in Lignite Coal and Mineral Resin from Bovey Heathfield, Devon, J. W. Thomas, 453

High Melting Points, with special reference to those of Metallic Salts, Parts II. and III., Dr. T. Carnelly, 9, 74

Isomeric Nitroso-terpenes, Dr. W. A. Tilden and Mr. W. A. Shenstone, 248

Luminous and Non-luminous Flame, Theory of the, J. Philipson, 436

Madder Colouring Matters, Notes on, Dr. E. Schunck and Dr. H. Roemer, 188, 336

Manganese in Spiegeleisen and of Manganese and Iron in Manganiferous Iron Ores, Estimation of, E. Riley, 336

Naphthalene Series, Contributions to the History of the, Air. Groves and Dr. Stenhpuse, 352

Narcotin, Cotarnin, and Hydrocotarnin, Part V., Dr. Wright, 453

Nitric Oxide by Pyrogallate of Potash, Experiments on Decomposition of, Dr. Russell and Air. W. Lapraik, 352

Otto of Limes, C. H. Piosse and Dr. Wright, 454

Preliminary Account of some New Reactions in Organic Chemistry and their Ultimate Bearings, Mr. 0. T. Kingzett and Dr. H. W. Hake, 74

Primary Normal Heptyl Alcohol and some of its Derivatives, Air. C. T. Cross, 454

Slight Modification of Hofmann’s Vapour Density Apparatus, Mr. Al. M. P. Muir and S. Suguira, 436

Solvent Action of various Saline Solutions on Lead, Mr. M. M. P. Muir, 188

Thymoquinone, Dr. H. E. Armstrong, 9

Urea, Estimation of, Air. G. Turner, 9

Urea by means of Hypobromite, Estimation of, Dr.

A. Duprd, 188

Urea by Aleans of Hypobromite, Determination of, Dr. Al. Simpson and Air. C. O’Keefe, 248

Waters from Wells near the Sea, Experimental Inquiry as to the Changes which occur in the Composition of, Air. W. H. Watson, 188

Society of Civil Engineers, The American, 451

Society of Civil and AIechanical Engineers, 172, 409

Llandudno Promenade Pier, Air. Charles H. Rew, 370

Society, Edinburgh and Leith Engineers’, 4

Society of Engineers, 248, 323, 427

Inaugural Address of the President, Air. T. Cargill, C.E., 93

Alechanical Firing of Steam Boilers, Air. J. Walter Pearse, 187

Priming of Steam Boilers, Air. William Alajor, 398 Society of Glasgow, The Philosophical

Patents for Inventions, 74

Society, King s College Engineering

The Art of Moulding, Mr. E. W. Anderson, 96

Comparison between the Bars at the Entrance of the Harbours of Kurrachee and Natal, and the Harbour Works at both Places, Mr. E. Crompton,

Continuous Brakes, Air. A. Percy Guinness, 147

Docks, Mr. W. T. Douglass, 318

Dynamite, Air. J. C. Mackay, 139

Gas-Lighting oy Electricity, Air. St. George Lane Fox, 398

Main Drainage of London, Air. H. E. Kitson, 361 Alanufacture of Heavy Ordnance, Mr. Wilfrid H.

Fleming, 186 •

Alanufactui e of Sugar, Air. Jas. A. Samuel, 427 Alechanical Power on Tramways, Air. A. H. Leaf.

338 ’

Society, The Liverpool Engineering, 147

Computation of Earthwork, Mr. 0. H. Baldry, 418 Drainage of Towns, Mr. C. Graham Smith, A.l.C E.

238

Hydraulic Machinery, with Special Reference to its Application to Railway Goods Yards, Mr. Alexander Ross, 263, 318

Society, Liverpool Polytechnic :—

Pine and Fir Timber, Considered from an Engineer-ing Point of View, Mr. C. Graham Smith, 126

Society of London, The Geological, 115

Society The Meteorological, 61, 147, 214, 293

Hygrometry, Contributions to—The Wet Bulb Thermometer, by Mr. W. Marriott, F.AI.S., 15 Mercurial Barometer, Improved Form of, Air. R E

Power, F.M.S., 352

Psychrometer, Observations with the, Dr. R. Rubenson, 15

Relation between the Upper and Under Currents of the Atmosphere around Areas of Barometric Depression, Rev. W. Clement Ley, M.A., F.M.S, 352

Visibility, The Hon. Ralph Abercrombie, F.AI.S,, 15 Society The Royal, 282, 418

Thermometers, Air. F. Galton, F.R.S., 238

Society, The Royal Agricultural, 370

Society of Telegraph Engineers, The

Inaugural Address of the President, Prof. Abel, F.R.S.,on the Conductivity of Copper, and Re-femng to Paraffine as the Coming Material. 56 Sound Diagrams, 192, 203

South Kensington Museum, 19, 70, 96, 124. 138 210

228, 246, 280, 298, 323, 346, 370, 404, 422, 440 ’ ’

Spark Arresters on Locomotives, 150 Specifications, American, 100

Specifications, Destruction of, 151

Specifications, Printing, 63

Specifications, Printing, Letter from Air. H. H Murdoch,—Circular of Commissioners and Mr. ’ Alur-doch s Reply, 22

Specifications, Printing, Report of Conversation bo-tween Bench and Bar, 4

Speed Indicator, Messrs. J. and J. Butler, 293

Speeds, Railway, 8

Squeezer, Improved, Mr. J. Head, 355, 358, 398

Steam Launch on the Danube, 443

Steamers, Channel, 268

Steamers, Light Draught, 187

Steamship, City of Brussels, The, 385

Steamship, Alethod of Recording and Comparing

Performances of, Mr. J. Inglis, jun . 292 Panne Steel, Dr. C. W. Siemens, 206 3 '

Steel, Fibrous, 378

StCo4tny’f Worksuro Pr°C°9S’ at Rod Mos3 Motal

Steel in Railway Structures, Use of, 361 gteel, Solid Cast, Mons. F. Gautier, on, 212, 271 Steel, Solid Cast, M. Pourcel on, 186 Steel Wire, Strong, 274

Stoels, Hot Short, 8

Steering of Screw Ships, 361

StDuOst3°335 Mr> G- K'’ APParatu3 Burning Coal

Stockwell, Self-lighting Gas Burner Company, Self-S®SW. Pearse, See. Eng., on, Stone-Breaker, Multiple Action, Mr. Hall, 94 Stourbridge,^Proposed New Bridge at, 69

Closer, 153

ISX, - th° SueTcaS^D^p^ratJght ironclads, Passage of

310

Sugar Making, A New Process in, 184

Sugar, Manufacture of, 427

A.,Anchors, 427

Mohling Machines, 263

Telegraphs, Snow and the, 168, 185, 204, 218, 252 Telegraphy, Aerial, 30

Testing Boilers m the Navy,

Thames Floods, The, 45

Thames, The River, Mr. J. B. Redman, 242

Thames, Steam Ferry, The, 64 t? M q

Thermometer, The Wet Bulb, Mr. W. Marriott, F.M.S.

15

Thermometers, 238

Thetford Corporation Waterworks, 31b

Thetis, H.M.S., 220

Thomas v. The Queen, 183. 204

Thompson, Mr. W. B., Ship’s Windlass 94, 9o

Thorneycroft and Co., Messrs. Torpedo Vessels, 337 Threshing Machine Accidents Bill, ine, no

Thunderer. H.M.S., 26, 27, 43, 377, 398 . ,

Thwaites, Mr. C., Borough Engineer for Sunderland,

Thwaites and Carbutt, Messrs., Coke Crusher, 159 168 Thwaites and Carbutt, Messrs., Reversing Rolling

Mill Engines at the New Cleveland Steel n orks, "Raf’ATl xlQ 41. 44 •

Thwaites and Carbutt, Messrs., Wheel Trimming Hammer for the Stanningley Ironworks, W. Leeds,

Thymoquinone, Dr. H. E. Armstrong, Chemical So-Time^Method, Examination of Substances by the, 436 Tongs, Up-ending, Mr. Jeremiah Head. 417

Torpedo Launches in Naval Warfare, 413

Torpedo Range at. the Royal Arsenal, 411

Torpedo Vessels, Messrs. Thorneycroft and Co., 337 Torpedoes, 411, 446

Torpedoes at Sea, 184

Torpedoes, Spar, Capt. McEvoy, 340

Toroedoes in the United States, 4

Tourmaline, 256, 274 275, 282 234 288 293

Tourmaline, Engine and Boilers of H.M.S., 284, 288, 293

Trade Marks, Registration of, 15, 150, 202, 238

Train Despatching in America. 281

Tram Car, Rowan s Steam, 446

Tram Cars, Bells on, 450

Tramway Locomotives in Vienna, 443

Tramway Working at Sheffield, 433

Tramways, Committee of the House of Commons on, 168, 176, 195 v

Tramways (Mechanical Powers Bill), 429

Tramways, Paris, 323

Tramways, Steam Power on London, 133, 150, 168, 176, 185, 195, 265, 283, 290, 307, 311, 323, 338

Trucks, Safety Mahanoy Inclined Plane, 77, 78

Tube Ferules, Cast Iron, 257

Tube-plate Cutters, 323

Tunnel, Dover and Folkestone, 361

Tunnel, The Severn, 450

Turbine, Mr. Leffel’s, 59

Turbine at Waltham Abbey, Royal Gunpowder Factory, 43

Turkish Monitor, Destruction of a, 336, 351

Tynewydd Colliery, Rhondda Valley, Calamity in the, 265

Tyzack, Mr. G., Ship’s Anchor, 355

Urea by means of Hypobromite, Estimation of, 188

Urea by means of Hypobromite, Determination of 248

Utilising Natural Forces, Dr. C. ,W. Siemens on, 205.

253

Valve Gear, Mr. H. Bilgram, Philadelphia Exhibition, 341

Van, Break-down, Belgian State Railways, 112

Vanguard, The, 192

Vapour Density Apparatus, Hofmann’s, 436

Viaduct, Rouchat, Paris and Orleans Railways, 426, 434

Vienna, Pneumatic Clock, Herr Ingenieur, A. C., Mayrhofer, 442, 448

Visibility, The Hon. Ralph Abercrombie, F.M.S., 15

Wales and the Adjoining Connties, 19, 35, 53, 69, 89, 107, 123, 139, 158, 174, 192, 210, 246, 261, 280,297,316, 334, 350, 368, 385, 404, 422, 440, 453

War between Russia and Turkey, The, 307, 351, 359

Water* Meters, 252, 238

Water Power in India and Ireland, 8, 43, 59

Water-Pressure Machinery, History of the Modern Development of, Sir G. W. Armstrong, 361

Water Supply of Aifreton, 378

Water Supply of Halifax, 360

Water Supply, London, 82, 99, 286

Water Supply, The Napier, 263

Water Supply, Richmond, 125

Water Supply of Villages and Towns, 37, 96, 238

Waters from Wells near the Sea, Enquiry into Changed which occur in the Composition of, 183

Waterworks, Braintree, 235

Watt, Messrs. James, and Co., Bilge Pumps, 250

Watt Room at Heathfield, The, 247, 397

Web Printing and Folding Machine, Continuous, Messrs. Hoe, 215, 218

Weighing Machine, International, Messrs. Pooley, 320

Wells, Deep, 147, 204

Westinghouse, Mr., Automatic Air Brake, 2, 3, 6

Whitworth, Sir Joseph, and Co-operation, 201

Wick, Fall of a Wire Foot-Bridge at, 79

Wilson and Co., Messrs. Alex., Compound Condensing

Launch Engines, Vauxhall Iron Works, 24

Windlass, Ship’s, Mr. W. B. Thompson, 94, 95

Wire for the Brooklyn Bridge, 160

Wire Rope Conductors in Mine Shafts, Compensator for Tightening, Mr. Heydon, 112

Wood Paving, Mr. Henson’s, 251

Works in Progress in the year 1877, 11

Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Experiments with Shields and Rifle Fire, 290

York, New, Railway Station, 452

Zazel, 274

Zinc, Purifying, 336

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