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British Industrial History

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* Letters to the Editor, p 502.
 
* Letters to the Editor, p 502.
 
** Converting Centigrade to Fahrenheit, [[A. De Normanville]].
 
** Converting Centigrade to Fahrenheit, [[A. De Normanville]].
** Supporting Power of and Air Jet, [[A. Brown]] of [[Davidson and Co]].
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** Supporting Power of and Air Jet, [[Alexander Brown (1883-1951)|A. Brown]] of [[Davidson and Co]].
 
** The Institutions and the War.
 
** The Institutions and the War.
 
** Early London and North Western Locomotives, [[Richard Moon]].
 
** Early London and North Western Locomotives, [[Richard Moon]].

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Main Subjects

  • Acquisition of Patent Rights, p 514.
  • British Patent Specifications, p 513.
  • Contents, p 505.
  • Charging Edison Storage Batteries, p 498.
  • Critical Speeds of Shafts, by W. M. Wallace, No. 1, p 495. (Illustrated)
  • Editorial, p 505.
    • Coal and British Industry.
    • Our Export Trade with Latin-America.
    • Scientific and Industrial Research.
  • Erection of Quebec Bridge Program for Season 1916, p 496 and p 504. (Illustrated)
  • Hydro-Electric Undertaking in Spain, p 500. (Illustrated)
  • Letters to the Editor, p 502.
  • Modern Methods of Correcting Power Factor, (No. I), p 497. (Illustrated)
  • Provincial Letters, p 509.
  • Railway Accidents in the United States, p 501.
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Committee Members Listed, p 513.
  • Secondary Cell Installation for Telegraph Offices, by J. M. Fernandez Lamothe, p 512.
  • System of Forced Lubrication for Starting Motor Generator Sets, by J. R. Werth, p 498. (Illustrated)
  • Trading with the Enemy in South America, p 507.

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