Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1888/02/10

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Main Subjects

  • Construction of Furnaces for Burning Liquid Fuel (Illustrated) - Herr Busley of Kiev
  • Editorial
    • Forced Draught
    • Paris and the Sewage Problem
    • North Eastern Railway
    • The Apprenticeship System
    • The Coasting Service of Ceylon
  • Fluatation of Stones
  • Major King's Great Magnet (Illustrated)
  • On Alternate-Current Transformers with Special Reference to the Best Proportion between Iron and Copper - Gisbert Kapp
  • Piers and Roads Commission, Ireland
  • Sir Thomas Symonds on our Naval Power - Lists the ships

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Sources of Information