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  • ACCIDENT, The Shipton, 11
  • Act for the Regulation of Labour, Results of the Working of the, 388
  • Abstract of the New Patent Bill, 148
  • Adams's Coelometer, 145
  • Address to Lady Fairbairn and Reply, 30
  • Address of the President of the Institution of Naval Architects, 224
  • Address of the President of the Iron and Steel Institute, 381
  • Address of the President of the Society of Telegraph Engineers, 112, 151
  • Admiralty Engineering Committee, An, 51
  • Admiralty Experiments and their Commentators, 107
  • Agent, The Parliamentary; Professional Acquaintance, 253
  • Agricultural Society Show at Croydon, The Bath and West of England, 466
  • Air Brake, The Westinghouse Continuous and Automatic, 511
  • Air Compressor and Engine. By the Humboldt Engine Works, Kalk, near Deutz, Rhenish Prussia, 539
  • Air Compressors for the St. Gothard Tunnel, 104
  • Air Engines, 200, 211, '287, 365, 417, 504
  • Aitken's Proposed Port and Dock Improvements at Antwerp, 503
  • " Alexandra," H.M.S., Launch of, 301
  • Alley's Bearing Feeler, 120
  • American Bessemer Steel Production, 108
  • American Car Wheel Irons, Mechanical Properties of, 239
  • American Centennial Exhibition, New York, The, 232
  • American International Exhibition of 1876, 365
  • American Locomotives and Rolling Stock, 155
  • American Ordnance, 251
  • American Portable Engines. By the J. C. Hoadley Company, Lawrence, Massachusetts, 145
  • American Rotary Engines, The Performances of, 5, 337, 349

AMEERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE:

  • Notes; on the Erection of the Illinois and, St. Louis Bridge. By Theodore Cooper, 17, 39
  • On the Efficiency of Furnaces Burning Wet Fuel. As Determined by Experiments on a Large Scale. By Professor R. H. Thurston, 49, 78, 86
  • On the Utica Lifting Bridge. By Squire Whipple, 80
  • American View, An, of the English Patent Law, 359
  • Annual Dinner of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 261
  • Annual Soirée of the Royal Society, 317
  • Antwerp, Proposed Port and Dock Improvements at, 503
  • Apparatus for Clearing Bilge Pumps, On an, 284
  • Apparatus for Colouring Paper. By Grahl and Hohl, Dresden, 519
  • Apprentices, Engineering, Principles of Shop Manipulation for, 25, 74, 136, 179, 201, 834, 357, 376
  • Appliances, Railway, 640
  • Approximate Table of Freeboard; Load-Line. 385
  • Arctic Expedition, Our, 323, 386
  • Artillery, Breechloading, 203, 429, 471, 494, 516, 530
  • Artillery, Heavy, 95, 299, 385, 399
  • Artisans' Dwellings and Public Health Bills, 164, 324, 344
  • Bahia and San Francisco Railway, The, 300
  • Band and Fret Saws. By Gschwindt and Company, Carlsruhe, 114
  • Rank, Chesil, 113
  • Barker's Hydraulic Continuous Brake, 29
  • Bastin's Horizontal Condensing Engine, 134
  • Bath and West of England Agricultural Society Show at Croydon, 466
  • Bearing Feeler. By S. Alley, Glasgow, 120
  • Beavan's Cattle Pens for Ships, 410
  • Belt Cutter, Egli's, 400
  • Bennison's Rotary Pump, 69
  • Berry's Surface Lathe, 294
  • Bessemer Blowing Engine. By Mackintosh, Hemphill, and Company, Pittsburg, U.S.A., 206
  • " Bessemer," The Channel Steamship, 227, 291, 329, 407
  • Bessemer Steel, The Manufacture of, 433
  • Bessemer Steel Production, American, 108
  • Bessemer Steel Rails, 329
  • Bilge-Pumps, An Apparatus for Clearing, 281
  • Bilge-Pumps, Korting's Steam Jet, 477
  • Bill, The Metropolitan Gas Companies, 449
  • Bill, The New Patent, 143, 148, 163, 188, 219, 323, 409, 491, 517
  • Bill, The Patent, in the House of Lords, 188, 229, 323
  • Bill for Preventing the Pollution of Rivers, 409
  • Bilston, Sewage Works at, 492
  • Binnacle Indicator, A New, 811
  • Birmingham, Sanitary Conference at, 72, 90
  • Blakey's Fire Detector, 159
  • Block Signal, Fanner and Tyer's Electric., 361
  • Blooming Mill Engine at the Edgar Steel Works, near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 70
  • Blower, Korting’s Forge, 121
  • Blower, Root's, 842
  • Blowing Engine, Bessemer. By Mackintosh, Hemphill, and Company, Pittsburg, U.S.A., 206
  • Board of Works, Metropolitan, and the Gas Question, 210, 345, 449
  • Boiler Burst by Frost, A, 86
  • Buller Explosions, Steam, in 1874; Annual Report of E. B. Marten, 197
  • Boiler Explosions, Steam, Resolution of the Manchester Steam Users' Association, 401
  • Boiler, Furnell's Sectional, 384
  • Boiler, Sectional Steam. By W. E. Kelly, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, 207
  • Boiler, Shepherd's Sectional, at the Manchester Industrial Exhibition, 468
  • Boilers, Household, Safety Valves for; Report of Mr. L. E. Fletcher, 16
  • Boilers for the Navy, 540
  • Boilers, " Twin" Steam, Smith and Alexander's, 192
  • Boring and Drilling, McKay's Equilibrium Tools for, 488
  • Borsig's Goods Locomotive for the Russian 6 ft: Gauge, 447, 481
  • Bow and Stern Screws, 125
  • Brake, Barker's Continuous Hydraulic, 29
  • Brake Trials, The Continuous, 449, 492, 614, 623
  • Brake, Vacuum, and Signalling Apparatus, Sanders', 340
  • Brake, The Westinghouse Vacuum, 138, 166
  • Brake, The Westinghouse Continuous and Automatic, 511
  • Brass, Parson's White, 467
  • Brazilian Railway, The San Paulo and Rio do Janeiro, 107
  • Breechloading Ordnance, 203, 429, 471, 494, 516, 630
  • Breechloading Rifle, The Pieri, 532
  • Bridge Construction, Military, 148
  • Bridge over Corry-Halloch Falls, Loch-Broom, 423
  • Bridge Across the River Broom, 532
  • Bridge, The Illinois and St. Louis, Notes on the Erection of, 17, 39
  • Bridge, the Gunthorpe, Opening of, 536
  • Bridge, The Utica Lifting, 80
  • Bridges and Arches, Suspension, 372
  • Broadwell's Breechloading Ordnance : Naval and Mountain Guns, 203
  • Broadwell's Folding Shield, Gatling Gun with, 881
  • Broadwell v. Krupp, 452
  • Buffer, Turton's Railway. By Ibbotson Brothers and Co., Sheffield, 372
  • Business, Private Parliamentary, 22, 62, 118, 154
  • Bye-Laws of the " Slaughter-houses, &c. (Metropolis), Act," issued by the Metropolitan Board of Works, 109
  • Cables, Telegraphic, Progress in 1874, 12
  • Captain Shaw a Breathing Appliances, 115, 130
  • Car Wheel Irons, American, Mechanical Properties of, 239
  • Carding Machinery, Wool. By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, Saxony, 291
  • Carlisle and Settle Railway, The, b36
  • Carriages, Railway Sleeping, Colonel Mann's, 493
  • Carriers, On Railway Companies as, 501, 541
  • Cars, Pullman's Railway, for the Midland Railway, 263
  • Cars and Tramways, Street, 37, 69
  • Cattle Transport, 410
  • Centennial Exhibition, The, New York, 232
  • Centre-board Yacht, A New, 256
  • Centrifugal Pumping Engine. By J. and H. Gwynne, Hammersmith, 202
  • Centrifugal Pump, Lawrence and Porter's, 443
  • Chaffcutter. By S. Edwards, Salford, 56
  • Channel Steamship, The " Bessemer," 227, 291, 329, 407
  • Chase's Screw and Pipe-Cutting Machine, 222
  • Channel Tunnel, The, 353
  • Chatham, The 18-in. Railway at, 1, 53
  • Chelsea, Allen Ransome and Company's Works at, 424
  • Chesil Bank, 113
  • Chesterfield and Derbyshire Engineers' Institute, 70, 385, 495
  • Chicago, Pumping Engines at, 80
  • Circular Valve Gear, Deprez's, 518
  • "City of Richmond," S.S., Engines of the, 336, 863, 403

CIVIL ENGINEERS' CLUB, CHICAGO, THE :

  • On Deep Pile Driving in Wisconsin, by C. W. Durham, 400
  • Clark and Standfield's Floating Tubular Docks, 101
  • Clay Street Hill Railroad; Wire Rope Street Tramways, San Francisco, California, 402
  • Clearance and Compression in Steam Cylinders, 41, 189, 212
  • Cleats, Safety, 250

CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, THE :

  • On the Effect of the Mechanical Construction of Trucks on the Demurrage Question, and a Proposed. Remedy, by C. Wood, 327
  • Cleveland Notes from, 10, 3:5, 66, 70,96, 101, 181, 149, 168, 191, 213, 225, 274, 806, 821, 347, 363, 390, 413, 431, 458, 476, 486, 610, 637
  • Cliff's Elliptical Spring, 206 .
  • Clyde, Pollution of the River, 33
  • Clyde Shipbuilders and Engineers' Association, Memorial from, to the Board of Trade, 483
  • Clyde Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Trades in 1874, Retrospect of the, 84
  • Coal and Iron in the United States, 415, 434, 458, 479,498
  • Coelometer, The, 145
  • Coke Ovens of the Societe de L'Esperance, Seraing, 463
  • College of Engineering, Japanese, 212
  • Colliers, Price's Hatchways for, 496
  • Cologne and its Industries, 6
  • Colonel Leahy on Military Bridge Construction, 148
  • Colouring Paper, Apparatus for. By Grahl and Hohl, Dresden, 519
  • Commentators on Admiralty Experiments, 107
  • Committee, An Admiralty Engineering, 61
  • Committee of the House of Lords; The Patent Bill in, 229
  • Companies, Patentees, and Patents, 471
  • Companies, Sewage, Rise in the Shares of, 253
  • Compound Centrifugal Pumping Engine, Gwynne's, 101
  • Compound Differential Engine and Pumps for the Navigation Colliery, Aberdare. By Hathorn, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, Leeds, 273 Compound Engines, 245
  • Compound and Non-Compound Engines; Report of Trials of American Steamers, 14, 129, 133, 153,177
  • Compressor, Air, and Engine. By the Humboldt Engine Works, Kalk, near Deutz, Rhenish Prussia, 639
  • Condensers for Steam Pumps, Saxby's, 432
  • Condensing Engine, Horizontal. By E. P. Bastin and Company, West Drayton, 134
  • Condensing Water, Lifting, 366
  • Conditions of Water Before and After its Freezing Point, The, 333
  • Conference at Birmingham, Sanitary, 72, 90 Conflagration, Underground, 412
  • Construction of Gas Works, The, 46
  • Continuous and Automatic Air Brake, The Westinghouse, 511
  • Continuous Brake Trials, 449, 492, 514, 523
  • Continuous Hydraulic Brake, Barker's, 29
  • Continuous Revolving Separator for Sewage. By Milburn and Company, New Cross, 637
  • Contractor's Locomotive. By S. Lewin, Poole, 214
  • Control of Water Supply, The, 869
  • Controlling Gear, Gyroscopic, J. McFarlane Gray's, 421
  • Copying and Engraving Machines. By F. Lotz, Offenbach, 455
  • Cornish Engines, Davey's Differential Gear for, 169
  • Corry-Halloch Falls, Loch-Broom, Bridge over, 428
  • Cotton Gunpowder, 109
  • Cotton Spinning, 115
  • Council of the Institution of Naval Architects, Report of the, 221
  • Coventry, Sewage Works at, 450
  • Covering Streets, Methods of, 173, 195
  • Crampton System of Rotary Puddling, The, 427 Cremation, 52
  • Crewe, A Sketch at; " Dignity and Impudence,"
  • "Crocodile," Steamer, Specification for Boilers of the, 640
  • Croydon Show, The, 466
  • Cultivation, Greenslade's Steam Windlass for, 121
  • Cunningham, H. D. P., 83
  • Cutting Machines, Paper, 45
  • Cutting-off Saw for Hot Iron. By Richards, London, and Kelley, Philadelphia, 414
  • Cylinders, Steam, Clearance and Compression in, 41, 189, 212
  • Davey's Differential Valve Gear for Cornish Engines, 169
  • Deep Pile Driving in Wisconsin, 400
  • Defective Irrigation hi India, 231
  • Deprez's Circular Valve Gear, 518
  • Deprez's Variable Expansion Gear as Fitted to Winding Engines, 443
  • Derbyshire and Chesterfield Engineers' Institute, 70, 835, 495
  • Detection of Fire, Blakey's Apparatus for the, 159
  • Differential Engine and Pumps, Compound, for the Navigation Colliery, Aberdare. By Hathorn, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, Leeds, 278
  • " Dignity and Impudence;" A Sketch at Crewe, Dinner, Annual, of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 261
  • Direct-Acting Steam Pumps at Bass's Brewery, Burton-on-Trent. By Hayward Tyler and Company, London, 48
  • Disengaging Lewis, Matthews', 10
  • Dock, New °raving, at Port Glasgow, Opening of, 65
  • Docks, Clark and Standfield's Floating Tubular, 101
  • Docks, The Hull, 284
  • Doctor Letheby's Report on the Water Supply of London, 57
  • Doors for Furnaces, Mr. Prideaux's, 13, 47
  • Dover Harbour, 459, 477, 487, 517
  • Dovetailing and Moulding Machine. By the Chemnitzer Werkzeugmaschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 433
  • Downie, J., The Late, 346
  • Drainage, House, 108
  • Drawing-Room and Sleeping Cars, Pullman's, for the Midland Railway, 263
  • Dressing Machine, Flour. By Hopkinson and Palmer, Retford, 222
  • Drilling and Boring, McKay's Equilibrium Tools for, 488
  • Drilling Machine for Boiler-end Flanges, Horizontal. By G. and A. Harvey, Glasgow, 443
  • Drilling Machine, Slot. By J. J. Rieter and Company, Winterthur. 242
  • Drying Dyed Goods, Machine for. By MM. Pierron and Dehaitre, Paris. 532
  • Duplex Wheel Lathe at the Great Eastern Railway Works, Stratford. By B. New and Company, Nottingham, 510
  • Eads, Captain, and General Humphreys on the Mouths of the Mississippi, 81, 275
  • Economy of Fuel, 58

EDINBURGH AND LEITH SOCIETY, THE :

  • On Streets, by B. H. Cunningham, 173, 195
  • Education in Japan, 212
  • Education, Technical, 430
  • Edwards's Chaffcutter, 56
  • Egli's Leather Belt Cutter, 400
  • Eighteen-inch Railway at Chatham, The, 1, 63
  • Eighteen-Seventy-Five, Sanitary, Gas, and Water Legislation, 126, 164, 210, 824. 344, 345, 445
  • Eighteen-Seventy-Four, Sanitary Retrospect for, 31
  • Eighteen-Seventy-Four, Retrospect of the Scotch Iron Trade for, 43
  • Eighteen-Seventy-Four, Retrospect of Shipping In, 71
  • Eighteen-Seventy-Four, Telegraphic Progress in, 12
  • Electric Block Signal, Farmer and Tyer's, 361
  • Elliot's Strophometer, 111
  • Elliptical Spring, Cliff's, 206
  • Emery Wheels, Machine for Surfacing by. By the Tanite Company, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 77
  • Engine and Air Compressor. By the Humboldt Engine Works, Kalk, near Deutz, Rhenish Prussia, 539
  • Engine, Bessemer Blowing. By Mackintosh, Hemphill, and Company, Pittsburg, U.S.A., 206
  • Engine, Blooming Mill, at the Edgar Steel Works, near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 70
  • Engine, Centrifugal Pumping. By J. and H. Gwynne, Hammersmith, 202
  • Engine, Direct-Acting Revering Rolling Mill; Panteg Steel Works, Pontypool, 249
  • Engine and Guibal Fan, 294
  • Engine, Gwynne's Compound Centrifugal Pumping, 101
  • Engine Mill, Failure of a, at Newark, N.J., 103 Engine, Horizontal By H.R. Marsden, Leeds, 76
  • Engine, Horizontal Condensing. By E. P. Bastin and Company, West Drayton, 134
  • Engine, Horizontal Non-Condensing. By the Maschinen und Waggonbau Fabriks Actien Gesellschaft, Simmering, near Vienna, 36
  • Engine, Horizontal, with Variable Expansion Gear. By Hayward Tyler and Co., London, 356
  • Engine, Horizontal, with Variable Expansion Gear. By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 65
  • Engine, Launch. Designed by J. Whitehouse, Bristol, 3
  • Engine, Marine, Rankin's Governor for, 27'2
  • Engine Performance, Steam, 164
  • Engine and Pumps, Compound Differential, for the Navigation Colliery, Aberdare. By Hathorn, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, Leeds, 273 Engine, The Robey Mining, 54
  • Engine, Vertical Pumping. By M. E. Prunier, Lyons, 68
  • Engine Wheels, Traction, 125
  • Engineer, The, on Engineers for India, 188
  • Engineer, Me, on Guns and Ships, 345
  • Engineering Apprentices, Principles of Shop Ma6nipulation for, 25, 74, 136, 179, 201, 334, 357, 37
  • Engineering Committee, An Admiralty, 51 Engineering Students, 127

ENGINEERS, ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND SANITARY, THE :

  • Northampton and its Sewage, by J. H. Pidcock, 391
  • Engineers for India, 188
  • Engineers' Institute, The Chesterfield and Derbyshire, 70, 3:35, 495

ENGINEERS, THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL:

  • On the Construction of Gas Works, by II. E. Jones, 46
  • On the Origin of the Chesil Bank, and on the Relation of the Existing Beaches to Past Geological Changes, Independent of the Present Coast Action, by Professor Joseph Prestwich, 113
  • On the Erosion of the Bore in Heavy Guns, and the Means for its Prevention, with Suggestions for the Improvement of Muzzle-Loading Projectiles, by C. W. Lancaster, 137
  • On the Working of Railways, by George Findlay, 159
  • On Sorting Railway Trains by Gravitation, by William Cudworth, 159
  • On Railway Statistics, 1873-4, by John Thornhill Harrison, 159
  • Annual Dinner. 261
  • On the Hull Docks, by Sir W. Wright, 284
  • On the Construction of the Albert Dock at Kingston-upon-Hull, by J. C. Hawkshaw, 284
  • On the Manufacture of Steel, by W. Hackney, 328
  • On Bessemer Steel Rails, by J. T. Smith, 329
  • On Pine Timber, by C. G. Smith, 351, 392
  • On the Systems of Constant and Intermittent Water Supply, and the Prevention of Waste, with Special Reference to the Restoration of Constant Service in Liverpool, by U. F. Deacon, 369

ENGINEERS SOCIETY, CIVIL AND MECHANICAL, THE:

  • On Railway Companies as Carriers, by Roger H. Willcocks, 501, 541
  • On Town Sewage, by R. W. Peregrine Birch, 501, 543
  • Engines, Air, 200, 241, 287, 355, 417, 504
  • Engines, American Portable. By the J. C. Hoadley Company, Lawrence, Massachusetts, 145
  • Engines, American Rotary, The Performances of, 5, 337, 349
  • Engines, Compound. 245
  • Engines, Compound and Non-Compound; Report of 'Trials of American Steamers, 14, 129, 133, 103, 177
  • Engines, Cornish, Davey's Differential Gear for 169
  • Engines, Fairlie, Railway Companies using the, 302
  • Engines, Marine Screw. By A. Wilson and Company, London, 508
  • Engines, Pumping, at Chicago, 30
  • Engines, Pumping, for the Ravensthorpe Sewage Works. By the Ravensthorpe Engineering Works, Mirfield, Yorkshire, 317
  • Engines, Rotary, 'rests of, 5, 837, 349
  • Engines of the S.S. "City of Richmond," 336, 363, 403
  • Engines, Testing Steam, 97
  • Engines, Three-Cylinder, 430
  • English Patent Law, An American View of the, 359
  • Engraving and Copying Machines. By F. Lotz, Offenbach, 405
  • Erosion in Heavy Guns, 137
  • Exhauster, Korting’s Clan, 168
  • Exhausting Gas, 428
  • Exhibition, The American International of 1876, 365
  • Exhibition, The Centennial, 232
  • Exhibition, The Leeds, 461
  • Exhibition, The Manchester Mechanical and Industrial, 468, 482
  • Exhibitions, Whitworth, 87
  • Expansion Gear, Variable, as Fitted to Winding Engines, Deprez's, 443
  • Expansion Gear, Variable, Horizontal Engine with. By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 65
  • Expedition, Our Arctic, 323, 386
  • Experimental Trials with Cotton Gunpowder, 109
  • Experiments, Admiralty, and their Commentators, 107
  • Experiments, The Ramus, 90
  • Explosions, E Steam Boiler, in 1874; Annual Report of E. B. Marten, 197
  • Explosions, Steam Boiler; Resolution of the Manchester Steam Users' Association, 401
  • Factory Legislation, 388
  • Failure of a Mill Engine at Newark, N.J., 103
  • Fairbairn, The late Sir William : Address to Lady Fairbairn and Reply, 30
  • Fairlie Engines, Railway Companies using the, 302
  • Falls, Corry-Halloch, Loch-Broom, Bridge over, 423
  • Fan and Engine, Guibal, 294
  • Farmer and Tyer's Electric Block Signal, 361
  • Fast Torpedo Steam Launches, 165, '466
  • Fastenings for Rail Joints. By J. Potts, Sunderland, 061
  • Feed Water, Measuring, 139
  • Fibres for Paper Making, 366
  • Finger-Bar Attachment. By J. Tenwick, Grantham, 139
  • Fire Detector, Blakey's, 159
  • Fire, Protection from, 171
  • Firebars, Schmitz’s Revolving, 348
  • Fittings for Line Shafts, 397, 439
  • Fixing Life Buoys, Harland's Method of, G9
  • Fletcher's Reports to the Manchester Steam Users' Association, 16, 58, 86
  • Flimsy Steamers, The Trade in, 38
  • Floating Ducks, Tubular, Clark and Standfield's 101
  • Flour-Dressing Machine. By Hopkinson and Palmer, Retford, '222
  • Folding Shield, Broadwell's, Gatling Gun with, 384
  • Foreign and Colonial Notes, 3, 40, CO, 64, 11G, 130, 152, 174, 214, 240, 262, 286, 306, 332, 354, 874, 394, 416, 426, 442, 480, 499, 622, 536
  • Forge Blower, Korting's, 121
  • Form of Vessels, The, 307
  • Forms of Waves, The, 279
  • Forty-Ton Breechloading Gun, The Russian, 530
  • Four-side Wood-Planing Machine. By Richards, London, and Kelley, Philadelphia, '289
  • Four-wheeled Tank Locomotive. By the Maschinen-fabrik and Eisengiesserrel, Darmstadt, 349
  • Freeboard Scales, Tabular Synopsis of, 23.5
  • Friction of Screws, The, 73
  • French Heavy Guns, 399
  • French National Assembly, Notes to the, on the Channel Tunnel, 363
  • Freezing Point, On the Conditions of Water Before and After its, 333
  • Fret and Band Saws. By Gschwindt and Company, Carlsruhe, 114
  • Frost, A Boiler Burst by, 86
  • Froude, Mr., on the Ramus Experiments, 90
  • Fuel, Economy of, 63
  • Fuel and Raw Material, The Waste of, 230
  • Furnace for Cremation, 52
  • Furnace Doors, Mr. Prideaux's 13, 47
  • Furnaces, Kidd's Gas-Producing, 326
  • Furnaces for Wet Fuel, 49, 78, 86
  • Furnell's Sectional Boiler, 331
  • Gas Companies Bill, The Metropolitan, 449
  • Gas Exhauster, Korting's, 168
  • Gas, Exhausting, 428
  • Gas-Producing Furnaces, Kidd's, 326
  • Gas Question, The City and Metropolitan, 210, 315 449
  • Gas Works, the Construction of, 46
  • Gatling Gun with Broadwell's Folding Shield, 384
  • Gauges, Railway, Dr. William Pole on, 408
  • Gear, Deprez's Circular Valve, 518
  • Gear, Gyroscopic Controlling, J. McFarlane Gray's, 421
  • German Mining and Iron Industries, 32, 47, 131, 158, 302, 359
  • Germania Iron Works, The (Cologne and its Industries), 6
  • Glasgow and its Sewage, 533
  • Glasgow, Tramways in, 111
  • Glass, Toughened, 312
  • Globe, Terrestrial; The Coelometer, 145
  • Goods Locomotive, Borsig's, for the Russian 5-ft. Gauge, 447, 481
  • Gorsedda Junction and Portmadoc Railway, The, 494
  • Gothard Tunnel, The St., 104, 878, 461, 508
  • Government Board, The Local, and Sanitary Legislation, 52
  • Government Engineer Service in India, The Engineer on, 188
  • Government Merchant Shipping Bill, The, 144, 187, 209, 238, 343, 618
  • Governor for Marine Engines, Rankin's, 272
  • Grahl's Apparatus for Colouring Paper, 519
  • Graving Dock, New, at Port-Glasgow, Opening of, 55
  • Gravitation, Sorting Railway Trains by, 159
  • Greenslade's Windlass for Steam Cultivation, 121
  • Gschwindt's Band and Fret Saws, 114
  • Guibal Fan and Engine, 294
  • Gun, The Macomber, 166
  • Gun, The Russian 40-Ton Breechloading, 530
  • Gunpowder, Cotton, 109
  • Guns, American, 2'1
  • Guns, Breechloading, 203, 429, 471 494, 516, 630
  • Guns and Gun Carriages, The Requisites of New Naval, 270
  • Guns, Heavy, 95, 299, 385, 399
  • Guns, Heavy, Erosion in, 137
  • Guns, Naval and Mountain; Broadwell's Breechloading Ordnance, 203
  • Guns and Ships, The Engineer on, 345
  • Gunthorpe Bridge, Opening of the, 636
  • Gurney, Sir Goldsworthy, 212
  • Gwynne's Centrifugal Pumping Engine, 202
  • Gwynne's Compound Centrifugal Pumping Engine, 101
  • Gyroscopic Controlling Gear, J. McFarlane Gray's, 421
  • Hallidie's Wire Rope Railways, 402
  • Hand Turning, 394, 436, 500, 621
  • Harbour, Dover, 459, 477, 487, 517
  • Harland's Method of Fixing Lifebuoys, 69 Harvey's Horizontal Drilling Machine for Boiler-end Flanges, 443
  • Hatchways for Colliers, Price's, 496
  • Hawes' Steam Trap, 477
  • Hawkins' Report on the Trials of Rotary Engines at the Fair of the American Institute, 849
  • Hawkshaw, Sir John's, Report on the Sewage of Glasgow, 533
  • Health Bills, the Public, and Artisans' Dwellings, 164, 324, 344
  • Health, Public, in 1874, Retrospect of the, 31 Heavy Guns, 95, 131, 299, 355, 399
  • Heavy Guns, Erosion in, 137
  • H.M.S. " Alexandra," Launch of, 301
  • Hertford, Thu Phosphate Sewage Process at, '11
  • Hoadley's American Portable Engines, 145
  • Hopkinson's Flour-Dressing Machine, 222
  • Horizontal Condensing Engine. By E. P. Bastin and Company, West Drayton, 134
  • Horizontal Drilling Machine for Boiler-end Flanges. By G. and A. Harvey, Glasgow, 443
  • Horizontal Engine. By H. R. Marsden, Leeds, 76
  • Horizontal Engine with Variable Expansion Gear. By Hayward Tyler and Company, London, 356
  • Horizontal Engine with Variable Expansion Gear. By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 65
  • Horizontal Non-Condensing Engine. By the Maschinen and Waggonbau-Fabriks Actien Gesellschaft, Simmering, near Vienna, 86
  • Horse Gear and Thrashing Machine. By Wallis and St evens, Basingstoke, 360
  • Hot Bearings, Indicator for. By S. Alley, Glasgow, 120
  • House Drainage, 108
  • Household Boilers, Safety Valves for; Report of Mr. L. E. Fletcher, 16
  • Hydraulic Continuous Brake, Barker's, 29
  • Hydraulic Gear for Water-tight Doors, On, 280
  • Hydraulic Pumps, Treble. By Fielding and Platt, Gloucester, 338
  • Hydraulic Rivetter, Tweddell's Portable, 76
  • Hydraulic Rivetting Machine, McKay and Macgeorges, 22:3
  • Hull Docks, The, 234
  • Hydro-Gyrometer, Wier's, 120
  • Illinois and St. Louis Bridge, Notes on the Erection of, 17, 39
  • Impediments Surrounding Legislation; The Labours of Legislation, 474
  • Impurities in the London Water Supply, 232
  • India, Defective Irrigation in, '231
  • India, Engineers for, 188
  • Indian Waterworks, The Nagpur, 127
  • Indicator, h New Binnacle, 311
  • Indicator, Speed. By E. U. Jacobs and Company, West Killingly, Connecticut, 477
  • Industrial and Mechanical Exhibition, The Manchester, 463, 482
  • Industries at Cologne, C

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE:

  • On the Construction of Gas Works, by IL E. Jones, 46
  • On the Origin of the Chesil Bank, and on the Relation of the Existing Beaches to past Geological Changes, Independent of the Present Coast Action, by Professor Joseph Prestwich, 113
  • On the Erosion of the Bore in Heavy Guns, and the Means for its Prevention, with Suggestions for the Improvement of Muzzle-loading Projectiles, by C. W. Lancaster, 137
  • On the Working of Railways, by George Findlay, 109
  • On Sorting Railway Trains by Gravitation, by William Cudworth, 159
  • On Railway Statistics, 1873-4, by John Thornhill Harrison, 159
  • Annual Dinner, 261
  • On the Hull Docks, by Sir W. Wright, 281 On the Construction of the Albert Dock at Kingston-upon-Hull, by J. C. Hawkshaw, 281
  • On the Manufacture of Steel, by W. Hackney, 828
  • On Bessemer Steel Rails, by J. T. Smith, 829
  • On Pine Timber, by C. G. Smith, 861, 89.:
  • On the Systems of Constant and Intermittent Water Supply, and the Prevention of Waste, with Special Reference to the Restoration of Constant Service in Liverpool, by G. F. Deacon, 3C9

INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE : 280

  • Report of Council, 221
  • Address of the President, 224
  • On the Load Draught of Steamers and Sailing Vessels, by W. W. Rundell, 235
  • On Imperial Legislation as it Affects Naval Construction and the English Merchant Navy, by J. S. Russell; 238
  • On the Duties, Qualities, and Structure of the Modern Man-if-War, by J. S. Russell. 242
  • On Compound Engines, by It Sennett. 246
  • On Self-Acting Safety Cleats, for Holding the Sheets in Boats, by A. B. Cruickshank, 260
  • On a New Rig for Ships, by R. B. Forbes, Milton, Mass., U.S.A., '255
  • On a New Centre-board Yacht, by C. Homjo, New York, 266
  • On the Strains and Strengths of Ships, by J. W. Richardson, 258
  • On a Method of Ok. tuning Motive Power from Wave Motion, by B. Tower, 266
  • On the Requisities of New Naval Guns and Gun Carriages, by J. S. Russell, 270
  • On a Proposed Mode of Obtaining the Outlines of Deep Sea Waves, by W. W. Rundell, 279
  • On Hydraulic Gear for Water-tight Doors, by F. C. Coxhead, 280
  • On Iron and Steel for Shipbuilding, by N. Barnaby, 281, 804
  • On an Apparatus for Clearing Bilge-Pumps, by G. W. Sly, 284
  • On the Rigging of Ships, by W. F. Fleming, 285
  • On the "Bessemer" Steamship, by E. J. Reed, '291, 329
  • On the Graphic Integration on the Equation of a Ship's Rolling, Including the Effect of Resistance, by W. Froude, 295
  • On Spar Torpedo Warfare, by A. Sedgwick Woolley, 303
  • On a Now Base for the Form of Vessels, by Edward Jackson, 801
  • On the Relations Existing between Shipbuilders, Shipowners, and Ship Insurers, by W. M. Fenning, 308
  • On a New Binnacle Indicator, by Viscount Bury. 311
  • Instruction, Technical, 430
  • Insurers, Shipbuilders, and Owners, 308
  • International Exhibition of 1876, The American, 232, 365
  • Inventions, Inventors, and Investors in the United States, 33
  • Inventions, Mechanical, of Leonardo da Vinci, 182
  • Inventions, On Protection for; Patents and Patent Laws, 193, 208, '221, 285, 895, 413
  • Inventions, On Protection for, 18, o6
  • Inventors and investors, Patent Laws as a Protection to, 440, 485
  • Iron awl Coal in the United States, 415, 434, 458, 479, 498
  • Iron and Mining Industries, German, 32, 47, 131, 158, 802, 359
  • Iron Ores, 487
  • Iron, Phosphorus in, 404
  • Iron for shipbuilding, 488

IRON AND STEKL INSTITUTE, THE, 887, 410 :

  • Address or the President, 881
  • On the Estimation of Small Quantities of Phosphorus in Iron and Steel by the Spectrum Analysis, by Sir John U. N. Alleyne, 404
  • Account of an Underground Fire in the Wynn-stay Colliery, Ruabon, and the Measures adopted to Extinguish it, and to re-enter the Workings, by George Thomson, 412
  • On Notes of a Visit to Coal and Iron Mines and Iron Works in the United States, by I. L. Bell, 415, 4;34, 468, 479, 498
  • On the Manufacture of iron and Steel in Belgium, by M. Julien Deby, 438
  • On the Ores of Iron Considered in their Geological Relations, by Professor Warington W. Smyth, 437
  • Iron and Steel for Shipbuilding, 281, 804
  • Iron and Steel Testing in the United States, 400, 441
  • Iron Trade, The Scotch, for 1874, Retrospect of the, 43
  • Iron Works, American, 459, 479
  • Irons, American Car Wheel, Mechanical Properties of, 239
  • Irrigation in India, Defective, 231
  • Jacobs' Speed Indicator, 477
  • Japan, Education in, 212
  • Jointing Piston Rings, 336
  • Keats' Silk Thread Twisting Machine, 63 Kelly's Sectional Steam Boller, '207
  • Kidd's Gas-Producing Furnaces, 826
  • Korting's Exhauster, 168
  • Korting's Forge Blower, 121
  • Korting's Steam Jet Bilge Pumps, 477
  • Krupp v. Broadwell, 452
  • Labours of Legislation, The, 474
  • Lady Fairbairn, Address to, and Reply, 30
  • Lassoe and Meyer's Safety Valve, 69
  • Lathe, Duplex Wheel, at the Great Eastern Railway Works, Stratford. By B. New and Company, Nottingham, 510
  • Lathe, Self-Acting Slide. By Richards, London, and Kelley, Philadelphia, 326
  • Lathe, Surface. By F. Berry and Sons, Sowerby Bridge, 294
  • Launch Engine. Designed by J. Whitehouse, Bristol, 3
  • Launch of H.M.S. " Alexandra," 301
  • Laws, Patents and Patent, 193, 208, 221, 285, 895, 413
  • Laws, Patent, as a Protection to Inventors and Investors, 440, 485
  • Launches, Steam, Torpedo, 165, 866
  • Lawrence and Porter's Centrifugal Pump, 443
  • Leather Belt Cutter. Egli's, 400
  • Leahy, Colonel, on Military Bridge Construction, 148
  • Leeds Exhibition, The, 451
  • Legislation, Factory, 388
  • Legislation, The Labours of, 474
  • Legislation. 1875, Sanitary, Gas, and Water, 126, 164, 210, 324, 344, 845, 445
  • Legislation, Sanitary, and the Local Government Board, 52
  • Legislation, Shipping, 144, 187, 209, 233, 343, 513, 634
  • Leonardo da Vinci as a Mechanician, 182
  • Letters Patent in the United States, 33
  • Lewin's Contractor's Locomotive, 214
  • Lewis, Matthews' Disengaging, 10
  • Life Buoys, Harland's Method of Fixing, 69
  • Lifting Condensing Water, 366
  • Lima and Pisco Railway, The Proposed, 46
  • Line Shafts, Fittings for, 397, 439
  • Load Draught of Steamers and Sailing Vessels, The, 235
  • Load Line, 385
  • Local Government Board, The, and Sanitary Legislation, 52
  • Locomotive, Borsig's Goods, for the Russian 5-ft. Gauge, 447, 481
  • Locomotive, Contractor's. By S. Lewin, Poole, 214
  • Locomotive, Passenger, for the London and North-Western Railway. Designed by F. W. Webb, 185
  • Locomotive, Tank, for the Swiss Society for Narrow Gauge Railways. By the Swiss Locomotive and Engine Building Company, Winterthur, 489
  • Locomotive, Tank. By the Maschinen-fabrik and Eisenglesserrel, Darmstadt, 349
  • Locomotives and Rolling Stock, American, 1.55
  • Log of the Ro3 al Mail Steamer " City of Richmond," Abstract of the, 404
  • London Water Supply and its Impurities, 252, 276
  • London Water Supply, Returns of Dr. Letheby, 57
  • Longsdon, Mr. A., On Breechloading Ordnance, 429
  • Lord Cairns' New Patent Bill, 148, 148, 163, 188 229, 823, 409, 491, 517
  • Lotes Engraving and Copying Machines, 455
  • " Mab," The, Steam Launch. By G. Baird, St. Petersburg, 96
  • Machine, Chaff-Cutting, By S. Edwards, Salford, 66
  • Machine for Drying Dyed Goode. By MM. Pierron and Dehaitre, Paris, 682
  • Machine, Dovetailing and Moulding. By the Chemnitzer Werkzeugmaschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 433
  • Machine, Flour-Dressing. By Hopkinson and Palmer, Retford, 222
  • Machine, Four-side Wood Planing. By Richards, London, and Kelley, Philadelphia, 289
  • Machine, Horizontal Drilling, for Boiler-end Flanges. By G. and A. Harvey, Glasgow, 443
  • Machine, Keats' Silk Thread Twisting, 63
  • Machine, Planing and Moulding. By the Chemnitzer Werkzeugmaschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 171
  • Machine, Printing, The " Victory," 127
  • Machine, Quartering, at the Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glasgow. By Neilson and Company, Glasgow, 483
  • Machine, Screw-Cutting, 222
  • Machine, Slot-Drilling. By J. J. Rieter and Company, Winterthur, 242
  • Machine, Spring Testing. By the Hagen Cast Steer 'Works, Westphalia, 411
  • Machine for Surfacing by Emery Wheels. By the Tanite Company, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 77
  • Machine, Thrashing, and Horse Gear. By Wallis and Steevens, Basingstoke, 860
  • Machine, Universal Milling. By the Brainard Milling Machine Company, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, 67
  • Machinery, Nut-Forging. By Taylor and Company, Birmingham, 281
  • Machinery, Rogers' Wood-Working, 362
  • Machinery, Textile, at the Leeds Exhibition, 451
  • Machinery, Textile, at the Manchester Mechanical and Industrial Exhibition, 463
  • Machinery, Wood-Scraping By B. D. Whitney, Winchendon, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 391
  • Machinery, Wool-Carding. By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, Saxony, 291
  • Machines, Engraving and Copying. By F. Lotz, Offenbach, 455
  • Machines, Paper Finishing, 45
  • McKay's Equilibrium Tools for Drilling and Boring, 488
  • McKay and Macgeorge's Hydraulic Rivetting Machine, 223
  • Macomber Gun, The, 166
  • Manchester Mechanical and Industrial Exhibition, The, 423, 46:3, 482
  • Mann's Railway Sleeping Carriages, 493
  • Manufacture of Steel, The, 328
  • Manufactures, The Waste of, 230
  • Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades on the Clyde in 1S74, Retrospect of the, 34
  • Marine Engines, Rankin's Governor for, 272
  • Marine Screw Engines. By A. Wilson and Company, London, 508
  • Marsden's Horizontal Engine, 76
  • Marten's Annual Report on Steam Boiler Explosions, in 1874, 197
  • Matthews' Disengaging Lewis, 10
  • Measures and Weights, Standard; Annual Report of the Warden of the Standards, 66
  • Measuring Feed Water, 139
  • Mechanical Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci, 182
  • Mechanical Properties of American Car Wheel Irons, 239
  • Mercantile Marine Legislation, 144, 187, 209, 238, 843, 513, 534
  • Mercantile Marine, Load-Line for the, 885
  • Meteorological Service of the United States, The, 451
  • Metropolitan Gas Companies Bill, The, 449
  • Methods of Testing Steam Engines, The, 217, 256
  • Metropolitan Gas Question, The, 210, 345,449
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, The, 276
  • Milburn's Continuous Revolving Separator for Sewage, 637
  • Military Bridge Construction, 148
  • Mill Engine, Blooming, at the Edgar Steel Works, near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 70
  • Mill Engine, Direct-Acting Reversing Rolling; Panteg Steel Works, Pontypool, 249
  • Mill Engine, Failure of a, at Newark, N.J., 103
  • Minerals, Railway Trucks for, 827
  • Milling Machine, Universal. By the Brainard Milling Machine Company, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, 57
  • Mining Engine, The Robey, 54
  • Mining and Iron Industries, German, 32, 47, 131, 158, 302, 359
  • Mirrors, Train Signal. By W. A. Robinson, Great Western Railway of Canada, 432
  • Mississippi River Mouths of the, 81, 275
  • Mod
  • Modern Ships of War, 242
  • Motors, Wave, 266
  • Moulding and Dovetailing Machine. By the Chemnitzer Werkzeugmaschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 433
  • Moulding and Planing Machine. By the Chemnitzer Werkzeugmaschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 171
  • Mouths of the River Mississippi, The, 81, 275 Mules, Self-Acting, 7, 85, 497
  • Nagpur Water Works, The, 127
  • Narrow Gauge Railways, Tank Locomotive for the Swiss Society for. By the Swiss Locomotive and Engine Building Company, Winterthur, 489


NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE INSTITUTION OF :

  • Report of Council, 221
  • Address of the President, 224
  • On the Load Draught of Steamers and Sailing Vessels, by W. W. Rundell, 235
  • On Imperial Legislation as its Affects Naval Construction and the English Merchant Navy, by J. S. Russell, 238
  • On the Duties, Qualities, and Structure of the Modern Man-of-War, by J. S. Russell, 242
  • On Compound Engines, by R. Sennett, 245
  • On Self-Acting Safety Cleats, for Holding the Sheets in Sailing Boats, by A. B. Cruickshank, 250
  • On a New Rig for Ships, by R. B. Forbes, Milton, Mass., U.S.A., 255
  • On a New Centre-board Yacht, by C. Homje, New York, 266
  • On the Strains and Strengths of Ships, by J. W. Richardson, 258
  • On a Method of obtaining Motive Power from Wave Motion, by B. Tower, 266
  • On the Requisites of New Naval Guns and Gun Carriages, by J . S. Russell, '270
  • On a Proposed Mode of obtaining the Outlines of Deep Sea Waves, by W. W. Rundell, 279
  • On Hydraulic Gear for Water-tight Doors, by F. O. Coxhead, 260
  • On Iron and Steel for Shipbuilding, by N. Barnaby, 281, 304
  • On an Apparatus for Clearing Bilge Pumps, by G. W. Sly, 284
  • On the Rigging of Ships, by W. F. Fleming, 285
  • On the " Bessemer" Steamship, by E. J. Reed, '91, 829
  • On the Graphic Integration on the Equation of a Ship's Rolling, including the Effect of Resistance, by W. Froude, 295
  • On Spar Torpedo Warfare, by A. Sedgwick Woolley, 303
  • On a New Base for the Form of Vessels, by Edward Jackson, 307
  • On the Relations existing between Shipbuilders, Shipowners, and Ship Insurers, by W. H. Fenning, 308
  • On a New Binnacle Indicator, by Viscount Bury, 311
  • Naval Guns and Gun Carriages, The Requisites of New, 270
  • Naval and Mountain Guns : Broadwell's Breech-loading Ordnance, 203
  • Naval Retrospect for 1873, 71
  • Navy, Boilers for the, 540
  • New's Duplex Wheel Lathe, at the Great Eastern Railway Works, Stratford, 510
  • New Patent Bill, The, 143, 148, 163, 188, '229, 323, 409, 491, 517
  • New York City, Underground Railway, 149, 161, 193, 215, 234, '248, 319
  • New York River-Front Improvements, 110 New Zealand, Public Works in, 325
  • Non-Compound and Compound Engines; Report of Trials of American Steamers, 14, 129, 133, 1.53, 177
  • Northampton and its Sewage, 391
  • Notes from Cleveland, 15, 35, 66, 70, 96, 101, 131, 149, 168, 191, 213, 225, 274, 306, 321, 347, 363, 390, 413, 431, 453, 476, 486, 510, 537
  • Notes on the Erection of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge, 17, :39
  • Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 3, 40, 60, 64, 116, 130, 152, 174, 214, 240, 262, 286, 306, 332, 364, 374, 394, 416, 426, 442, 480, 499, 522, 636
  • Notes from the North, 15, 35, 56, 67, 84, 113, 181, 141, 162, 191, 213, 225, 255, 274, 293, 321, 342, 371, 390, 414, 431, 453, 467, 490, 618, 637
  • Notes from the South-West, 15, 27, 55, 75, 95, 113, 131, 137, 162, 191, 213, 228, 255, 274, 293, 318, 347, 360, 389, 414, 481, 453, 476, 496, 609, 537
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 16, 35, 55. 76, 96, 102, 131, 149, 160, 191, 205, 234, 260, 274, 306, 321, 342, 371, 390, 414, 430, 446, 476, 496, 618, 538 Noxious Trades, 109
  • Nut-Forging Machinery. By Taylor and Company, Birmingham, 281

OBITUARY

  • Opening of Gunthorpe Bridge, 636
  • Opening a New Graving Dock at Port-Glasgow, 55
  • Ordnance, American, 251
  • Ordnance, Breechloading, 203, 429, 471, 494, 616, 630
  • Ordnance, Broadwell's Breechloading Naval and Mountain Guns, 203
  • Ordnance, Heavy, 95, 137, 299, 385, 399
  • Ores, Iron, 437
  • Ovens, Coke, of the Societ6 de L'Esp6rance, Seraing, 468
  • Paper Colouring, Apparatus for. By Grahl and Hohl, Dresden, 519
  • Paper Finishing Machines, 45
  • Paper-Making, Fibres for, 366
  • Parliament, Sanitary, Gas, and Water Bills in, 126, 164, '210, 324, 344, 346, 445
  • Parliamentary Agency, 253
  • Parliamentary Private Business, 22, 62, 118, 154
  • Parson's White Brass, 467
  • Passenger Locomotive for the London and North-, Western Railway. Designed by F. W. Webb, 185
  • Patent Bill, The New, 143, 148, 163, 188, 229, 323, 409, 491, 517
  • Patent Law, English, An American View of the, 369
  • Patent Laws as a Protection to Inventors and Investors, 440, 485
  • Patent Office Report, The United States, 211
  • Patentees, Patents, and Companies, 471
  • Patents for Inventions Bill; Text of Petitions, 475
  • Patents and Patent Laws, 193, 208, 221, 28.5, 895, 413
  • Patents in the United States, 33
  • Performances of Steam Engines, 164
  • Permanent Way, 89
  • Peruvian Railways, 46
  • Petitions for the Patents for Inventions Bill, Text of the, 475
  • Philadelphia International Exhibition of 1876, 365
  • Phoenix teas Works, Vauxhall, Experiments on Gas Exhausters, 428
  • Phosphate Sewage Process at Hertford, 211
  • Phosphorus in Iron, 404
  • Pieri Breechloading Rifle, The, 532
  • Pierron and Dehaitre's Drying Machine for Dyed Goods, 632
  • Pile-Driving, Deep, in Wisconsin, 400
  • Pine Timber, 851, 892
  • Pipe and Screw-Cutting Machine, Chase's, 222
  • Piston Ring Joints, 336
  • Planing and Moulding Machine. By the Chemnitzer Werkzeugmaschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, 171
  • Pneumatic Transmission, 25, 91, 135, 199, 268, 313, 868
  • Poisonous Vapours, or Dense Smoke, Appliances for Enabling Persons to Breathe in, 115, 180
  • Polar Regions, Our Expedition to the, 328, 886
  • Pollution of the River Clyde, 33
  • Pollution of Rivers, The, 223
  • Pollution of Rivers Bill, The, 409
  • Port and Dock Improvements at Antwerp, Proposed, 508
  • Portable Engines, American. By the J. C. Hoadley Company, Lawrence, Massachusetts, 145
  • Portable Hydraulic Rivetter, Tweddell's, 76
  • Port-Glasgow, Opening of a New Graving Dock at, 56
  • Portmadoc and the Gorsedda Junction Railway, 494
  • Potts' Fastenings for Rail Joints, 361
  • Power Loom, The; Weaving, 605, 535
  • President of the Institution of Naval Architects, Address of the, 224
  • President of the Iron and Steel Institute, Address of the, 381
  • President of the Society of Telegraph Engineers, Address of the, 112, 151
  • Price's Hatchways for Colliers, 496
  • Prideaux, Mr., and his Furnace Doors, 13, 47
  • Principles of Shop Manipulation for Engineering Apprentices, 25, 74, 186, 179, '201, 334, 357, 376
  • Printing Press, The " Victory," 127
  • Private Parliamentary Business, 22, 62, 113, 164
  • Professional Acquaintance; The Parliamentary Agent, 258
  • Professor 'Willis, 190
  • Protection from Fire, 171
  • Protection for Inventions, 18, 36, 193, 208, 221, 285, 395, 413, 440, 483
  • Prunier's Vertical Pumping Engine, GS Public Health Bill, The, 824
  • Public Works in New Zealand, 325
  • Puddling, Rotary, 427
  • Pullman Railway Cars for the Midland Railway, 263
  • Pump, Bennison's Rotary, 69
  • Pump, Lawrence and Porter's Centrifugal, 443
  • Pumping Engine, Centrifugal. By J. and H. Gwynne, Hammersmith, 202
  • Pumping Engine, Gwynne's Compound Centrifugal, 101
  • Pumping Engine, Vertical. By M. E. Prunier, Lyons, 68
  • Pumping Engines at Chicago, 30
  • Pumping Engines for the Ravensthorpe Engine Works. By the Ravensthorpe Engineering Works, Mirfield, Yorkshire, 317
  • Pumps, Direct-Acting Steam, at Base's Brewery, Burton-on-Trent. By Hayward Tyler and Company, London, 48
  • Pumps and Engine, Compound Differential, for the Navigation Colliery, Aberdare. By Hathorn, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, Leeds, 273
  • Pumps, Korting's, Steam Jet Bilge, 477
  • Pumps, Steam, Saxby's Condensers for, 432
  • Pumps, Treble Hydraulic. By Fielding and Platt, Gloucester, 338
  • Quartering Machine at the Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glasgow. By Neilson and Company, Glasgow, 483
  • Radiation Thermometers, Solar, 176
  • Rail Joints, Fastenings for, Potts', 361
  • Railway Accident, The Shipton, 11
  • Railway Appliances, 540
  • Railway, The Bahia and San Francisco, 200
  • Railway Buffer, Turton's, 372
  • Railway Cars, Pullman's, for the Midland Railway, 263
  • Railway at Chatham, The 18-in., 1, 63
  • Railway Companies as Carriers, 501, 541
  • Railway Companies using the Fairlie Engines, 302
  • Railway Gauges, Dr. William Pole on, 408
  • Railway, The New York City Underground, 149, 161, 193, 215, 234, 248, 319
  • Railway, Portmadoc, and the Gorsedda, Junction, 494
  • Railway, The San Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, 107
  • Railway, The Settle and Carlisle, 536
  • Railway Sleeping Carriages, Colonel Mann's, 493
  • Railway Statistics, 1873-4, 159
  • Railway Trucks for Minerals, 327
  • Railway Tyres, The " Warming" of, 32
  • Railways, The Permanent Way of, 89
  • Railways, Peruvian, 46
  • Railways, The Working of, 159
  • Ramus Experiments, The, 90
  • Rankin's Governor for Marine Engines. 272
  • Ransome, Allen, and Company's Works, Chelsea, 424
  • Raw Material and Fuel, The Waste of, 230
  • Reaping and Mowing Machine Finger-Bar Attachment, Tenwick’s, 139
  • Reid's Quartering Machine at the Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glasgow, 483
  • Report, Annual, of E. B. Marten, on Steam Boiler Explosions in 1874, 197
  • Report, Annual, of the Warden of the Standards on Weights and Measures, 66
  • Report of Council; Institution of Naval Architects, 221
  • Report of J. T. Hawkins on Trials of Rotary Engines at the Fair of the American Institute, 349
  • Report of Trials of Compound and Non-Compound Engines, on American Revenue Steamers; 14, 129, 133, 153, 177
  • Report, The United States Patent Office, 211
  • Reports of Mr. Fletcher to the Manchester Steam Users' Association, 16, 58, 86
  • Reports, Sanitary, 277
  • Retrospect, Naval, for 1874, 71
  • Retrospect, Sanitary, for 1874, 31
  • Retrospect of the Scotch Iron Trade for 1874, 43
  • Retrospect of the Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Trades on the Clyde in 1874, 34
  • Reversing Rolling Mill Engine, Direct-Acting; Panteg Steel Works, Pontypool, 249
  • Revolving Firebars, Schmitz's, 348
  • Revolving Separator, Continuous, for Sewage. By Milburn and Company, New Cross, 537
  • Reynolds' Piston Ring Joints, 336
  • Richards, London, and Kelley's Cutting-off Saw for Hot Iron, 414
  • Richards, London, and Kelley's Four-side Wood Planing Machine, 289
  • Richards, London, and Kelley's Self-Acting Slide Lathe, 326
  • Rieter's Slot-Drilling Machine, 242
  • Rifle, Breechloading, The Pier!, 582
  • Rig for Ships, On a New, 255
  • Rigging of ships, The, 285
  • River Broom, Bridge across the, 532
  • River Clyde, The Pollution of the, 33
  • River-Front Improvements, New York, 110
  • River Mississippi, Mouths of the, 81, 275
  • River Scheldt, Proposed Diversion of the, and Antwerp Port and Dock Improvements, 503
  • River Trent, Opening Gunthorpe Bridge over the, 536
  • Rivers, Bill for Preventing the Pollution of, 409
  • Rivers, The Pollution of, 223
  • Rivetter, Portable Hydraulic, Tweddell's, 76
  • Rivetting Machine, McKay and Macgeorge's Hydraulic, 223
  • Robey Mining Engine, The, 54
  • Robinson's Train Signal Mirrors, 432
  • Rogers' Wood-Working Machinery, 352
  • Rolling of Ships, The, 296
  • Rolling Stock and Locomotives, American, 155
  • Root's Blower, 342
  • Rotary Engines, American, The Performances of 6, 337, 349
  • Rotary Puddling, 427
  • Rotary Pump, Bennison's, 69

ROYAL SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF ARTS, THE :

  • On Suspension Bridges and Arches, and Particularly a New Form of Rigid Suspension Bridge, by T. Claxton Fidler, 372
  • Royal Society, Annual Soiree of the, 317
  • Russian 5-ft. Gauge, Borsig's Goods Locomotive for, 447, 481
  • Russian 40-Ton Breechloading Gun, The, 530
  • Safety Cleats, 250
  • Safety Valve, Lassoe and Meyer's, 69
  • Safety Valves for Household Boilers; Report of Mr. L. E. Fletcher, 16
  • St. Gothard Tunnel, The, 104, 378, 461, 508
  • St. Gothard Tunnel, Air Compressors for the, 104
  • St. Gothard Tunnel, Ventilation of the, 378
  • San Francisco and Bahia Railway, The, 300
  • Sanders' Vacuum Brake and Signalling Apparatus, 340
  • Sanitary Conference at Birmingham, 72, 90
  • Sanitary Gas and Water Legislation, 1875, 126, 164, 210, 324, 344, 345, 449
  • Sanitary Legislation and the Local Government Board, 52
  • Sanitary Reports, 277
  • Sanitary Retrospect for 1874, 31
  • San Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Railway, The, 107
  • Satining Machines for Paper, 45
  • Saw for Cutting-off Hot Iron. By Richards, London, and Kelley, Philadelphia, 414
  • Saws, Band and Fret. By (.4schwindt and Company, Carlsruhe, 114
  • Saxby's Condenser for Steam Pumps, 432
  • Schmitz's Revolving Firebars, 348
  • Scholarships, Whitworth, 87
  • Scotch Iron Trade for 1874, Retrospect of the, 43
  • Scraping Machinery, Wood. By B. D. Whitney, Winchendon, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 391
  • Screw Engines, Marine. By A. Wilson and Company, London, 508
  • Screw and Pipe-Cutting Machine, Chase's, 222
  • S.S. " City of Richmond," Engines of the, 336, 3631 403
  • Screws, Bow and Stern, 125
  • Screws, The Friction of, 73
  • Sectional Boiler, Shepherd's, at the Manchester Industrial Exhibition, 468
  • Sectional Boiler, Furnell's, 384
  • Sectional Steam Boiler. By W. E. Kelly, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, 207
  • Self-Acting Slide Lathe. By Richards, London, and Kelley, Philadelphia, 326
  • Self-Actors, 7, 85, 497
  • Service, The Meteorological, of the United States, 451
  • Settle and Carlisle Railway, The, 536
  • Sewage of Glasgow, The, 533
  • Sewage, Northampton, 391
  • Sewage Process, Phosphate, at Hertford, 211
  • Sewage Pumping Engines. By the Ravensthorpe Engineering Works, Mirfield, Yorkshire, 317
  • Sewage Removal from Houses, 108
  • Sewage Schemes, 253
  • Sewage Works at Bilston, 492
  • Sewage Works at Coventry, 450
  • Sewerage, Town, 501, 543
  • S butts, Line, Fittings for, 397, 439
  • Shepherd's Sectional Boiler at the Manchester Industrial Exhibition, 468
  • Shield, Broadwell's Folding, Gatling Gun with, Shipbuilders, Owners, and Insurers, 308
  • Shipbuilding, Iron and Steel for, 281, 304
  • Shipbuilding, Iron for, 483
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Trades on the Clyde in 1874, Retrospect of the, 34
  • Shipping Legislation, 144, 187, 209, 238, 348, 613, 53
  • Shipping in 1874, Retrospect of, 71
  • Ships and Guns, The Engineer on, 345
  • Ships, A New Rig for, 255
  • Ships, The Rigging of, 285
  • Ships, The Rolling of, 295
  • Ships, The Strains and Strengths of, 258
  • Ships of War, Modern, 242
  • Ship, Torpedo, The " Vesuvius," 375
  • Shipton Accident, The, 11
  • Show at Croydon, The Bath and West of England Agricultural Society, 466
  • Siemens' Cremation Furnace, 52
  • Signal Mirrors, Train. By W. A. Robinson, Great Western Railway of Canada, 432
  • Signalling Apparatus and Vacuum Brake, Sanders', 340
  • Silk Thread Twisting Machine, Keats', 63
  • sir Goldsworthy Gurney, 212
  • Sketch at Crewe, A; "Dignity and Impudence," 318
  • Sleeping Carriages, Railway, Colonel Mann's, 493
  • Sleeping and Drawing-Room Cars, Pullman's, for the Midland Railway, 263
  • Slot-Drilling Machine. By J. J. Rioter and Company, Winterthur, 242
  • Smith and Alexander's " Twin" Steam Boilers, 192
  • Smoke or Poisonous Vapours, Captain Shaw's Appliances fur Breathing in, 115, 130
  • Societe de L'Esp6rance, Seraing, Coke Ovens of the, 468

SOCIETY OF ARTS, THE:

  • On Protection for Inventions, by F. J. Bramwell, 18, 36
  • On Appliances for Enabling Persons to Breathe in Dense Smoke or Poisonous Vapours, by Captain Shaw, 115, 130
  • On an Apparatus for the Protection of Buildings and Ships from Fire, and for the Ventilation of Ships, by J. A. Coleman, U.S.A, 171
  • On the Pollution of Rivers, 223

SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRY, MANCHESTER; THE :

  • On Street Tramways and Cars, by James Henry Lynde, 37, 59
  • On Protection for Inventions, and Amendment of the Patent Laws, by W. Lloyd Wise, 193, 208, 221, 285, 395, 413
  • Second Annual Exhibition, 423
  • On Tools, by Dr. Anderson, 437, 456
  • Soiree, Annual, of the Royal Society, 317
  • Solar Radiation Thermometers, 17.5
  • Sorting Railway Trains by Gravitation, 1.59
  • South-West, Notes from the, 15, 27, 55, 75, 95, 113, 131, 137, 162, 191, 213, 228, 255, 274, 298, 818, 347, 360, 389, 414, 431, 453, 476, 496, 509, 587 South Yorkshire, Notes from, 16, 35, 55, 76, 96, 102, 131, 149, 160, 191, 205, 234, 250, 274, 306, 321, 342, 371, 390, 414, 430, 446, 476, 496, 518, 5i8
  • Spar Torpedo Warfare, 303
  • Speed Indicator. By E. H. Jacobs and Company, West Killingly, Connecticut, 477
  • Spinning, Cotton, 115
  • Spinning Mules, Self-Acting, 7, 85, 497
  • Spring, Cliff's Elliptical, 206
  • Spring-Testing Machine. By the Hagen Cast Steel Works, Westphalia, 411
  • Standard Universal Milling Machine. By the Brainard Milling Machine Company, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, 57
  • Standard Weights and Measures, Annual Report of the Warden of the Standards, 66
  • Statistics of Railways, 1873-4, 159
  • Steam-Boiler Explosions; Resolution of the Manchester Steam Users' Association, 401
  • Steam Boiler Explosions in 1874; Annual Report of E. B. Marten, 197
  • Steam Cultivation, Greenslade's Windlass for, 121
  • Steam Cylinders, Clearance and Compression in, 41, 189, 212
  • Steam Engine Performance, 164
  • Steam Engine Testing, 97
  • Steam Engines, The Methods of Testing, 217, 256
  • Steam Jet Bilge Pumps, Milting's, 477
  • Steam Jet Blower, Korting's, 121
  • Steam Launch " Mab," The. By G. Baird, St. Petersburg, 96
  • Steam Launches, 166, 366
  • Steam Pumps, Direct-Acting, at Bass's Brewery, Burton-on-Trent. By Hayward Tyler and Company, London, 48
  • Steam Pumps, Saxby's Condensers for, 432
  • Steam Torpedo Launches, 165, 366
  • Steam Trap, Hawes', 477
  • Steamers, Flimsy, The Trade in, 88
  • Steamers and Sailing Vessels, The Load Draught of, 235
  • Steamship, "Bessemer," On the, 227, 291, 329, 407
  • Steel, Bessemer, American Production of, 108
  • Steel, Bessemer, The Manufacture of, 433
  • Steel and Iron Testing in the United States, 400, 441
  • Steel Rails, Bessemer, On, 329

STEEL AND IRON INSTITUTE, THE:

  • Address of the President, 381
  • On the Estimation of Small Quantities of Phosphorus in Iron and Steel by the Spectrum Analysis, by Sir John G. N. Alleyne, 404
  • Account of an Underground Fire in the Wynnstay Colliery, Ruabon, and the Measures Adopted to Extinguish it, and to Re-enter the Workings, by George Thomson, 412
  • On Notes of a Visit to Coal and Iron Mines and Iron Works in the United States, by I. L. Bell, 415, 434, 458, 479, 498
  • On the Manufacture of Iron and Steel in Belgium, by M. Julien Deby, 433
  • On the Ores of Iron Considered in their Geological Relations, by Professor Warington W. Smyth, 437
  • Steel, the Manufacture of, 328
  • Stern and Bow Screws, 125
  • Strains and Strengths of Ships, The, 258
  • Streams, The Pollution of, 223
  • Street Tramways and Cars, 37, 59
  • Street Tramways, Wire Rope, San Francisco, California, 402
  • Streets, Methods of Covering, 173, 195
  • Strophometer, The. By Elliot Brothers, London, 111
  • Students, Engineering, 127
  • Submarine Telegraphic Progress in 1874, 12
  • Supply of London Water, The, and its Impurities, '252, 276
  • Supply of Water, The Metropolitan, 276
  • Surface Lathe. By F. Berry and Sons, Sowerby Bridge, 294
  • Surfacing by Emery Wheels, Machine for. By the Tanite Company, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 77
  • Suspension Bridges and Arches, 372
  • Swiss Society for Narrow Gauge Railways, Tank Locomotive for the. By the Swiss Locomotive and Engine Building Company, Winterthur, 489
  • Table of British Vessels Reported to have been Destroyed during 1874, 72
  • Table of Clearance and Compression in Steam Cylinders, 42
  • Table of Experiments with Engines of American Revenue Steamers, 178
  • Table of Experiments upon Unloading Railway Wagons, 328
  • Table of the Mortality due to Cold in 1855 and 1874, 32
  • Table for Ascertaining the Proportion of Tonnage which should be Allowed for Spare Buoyancy over Sea Voyages, 236, 237
  • Table of Results of Trials of Furnaces Burning Wet Spent Tan Bark, 86
  • Table Showing Conditions of Liverpool Water Supply, 370
  • Table of the State of Contracts for New Zealand Railways, 326
  • Table of Tests of Cliff's Elliptical Spring, by Mr. Kirkcaldy, 206
  • Table of Trials of the Westinghouse Vacuum Brake, 166
  • Table showing Value and State of Mining Districts belonging to the Germania Iron and Mining Company, Kalk, near Cologne, 7
  • Tables of Averages of Solar Radiation, 175
  • Tables of Deflections on the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge, 40
  • Tables of Dimensions of Locomotives on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 155, 157
  • Tables of Performances of French, English, and German Heavy Guns, 400
  • Tables of Progress made during 1873-4-5 in the St. Gothard Tunnel, 462, 508, 609
  • Tables of the Results of the Competitive Trial of Steam Boilers at the Fair of the American Institute, November, 1871, 50
  • Tables by R. Sennett : " Compound Engines," 246, 247
  • Tables of Trials of American Rotary Engines, 6 Tables of Trials of the Danish Torpedo Launch, 367
  • Tables of Trials of Rotary Engines, at the Fair of the American Institute, 337, 338, 350, 351
  • Tables by J. S. Russell : " Modern Ships of War," 243, 244
  • Tables of Trials of Thornycroft's Steam Launches, 165, 367
  • Tables of Workings of Deprez's Variable Expansion Gear, 444
  • Tank Locomotive. By the Maschinen-fabrik and Eisengiesserrel, Darmstadt, 849
  • Tank Locomotive for the Swiss Society for Narrow Gauge Railways. By the Swiss Locomotive and Engine Building Company, Winterthur, 489
  • Taylor's Nut-Forging Machinery, 281
  • Technical Instruction, 430

TELEGRAPH ENGINEERS, THE SOCIETY OF:

  • Address of the President. 112, 151
  • On the Induction between Suspended Wires as Affecting Automatic Transmission, 203
  • Telegraphic Progress in 1874, 12
  • Tenwick's Finger-Bar Attachment, 139
  • Testing Iron and Steel in the United States, 400, 441
  • Testing Springs, Machine for. By the Hagen Cast Steel Works, Westphalia, 411
  • Testing Steam Engines, 97
  • Testing Steam Engines, The Methods of, 217, 256
  • Tests of Rotary Engines, 5, 387, 349
  • Textile Machinery at the Leeds Exhibition, 451
  • Textile Machinery at the Manchester Mechanical and Industrial Exhibition, 463
  • Thrashing Machine and Horse Gear. By Wallis and Steevens, Basingstoke, 360
  • Thermometers, Solar Radiation, 175
  • Thread Twisting Machine, Keats' Silk, 63
  • Three-Cylinder Engines, 430
  • Thornycroft's Steam Launches for the Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish Governments, 166, 366
  • Timber, Pine, 351, 392
  • Tod's Engines for the S.S. " City of Richmond," 33G, 363, 403
  • Tools, 437, 456
  • Tools for Drilling and Boring, McKay's Equilibrium, 488
  • Torpedo Ship, The " Vesuvius," 375
  • Torpedo Steam Launches, 165, 366
  • Torpedo Warfare, Spar, 303
  • Toughened Glass, 312
  • Town Sewerage, 501, 543
  • Traction Engine Wheels, 125
  • Trade in Flimsy Steamers, The, 38
  • Trades, Noxious, 109
  • Train Signal Mirrors. By W. A. Robinson, Great Western Railway of Canada, 432
  • Tramways and Cars, Street, 37, 59
  • Tramways in Glasgow, 111
  • Tramways, Wire Rope Street, San Francisco, California, 402
  • Transmission, Pneumatic, 25, 91, 135, 199, 2G8, 313, 368
  • Transport of Cattle by Sea, 410
  • Trap, Hawes' Steam, 477
  • Treble Hydraulic Pumps. By Fielding and Platt, Gloucester, 338
  • Trial Trip of the Steamship " Bessemer," 407
  • Trials of Continuous Brakes, The, 449, 492, 514, 523
  • Trials of Rotary Engines at the American Institute Fair, New York, 5, 337, 349
  • Trials of Rotary Engines at the Fair of the American Institute; Reports of J. T. Hawkins, 349
  • Tubular Floating Docks, Clark and Standfield's, 101
  • Tunnel, The Channel, 353
  • Tunnel, The St. Gothard, Air Compressors for, 104
  • Tunnel, The St. Gothard, 104, 378, 4G1, 508
  • Turning, Hand, 394, 436, 500, 521
  • Turton's Railway Buffer, 372
  • Tweddell's Portable Hydraulic Rivetter, 76
  • "Twin" Steam Boilers, Smith and Alexander's, 192
  • Tyler's Direct-Acting Steam Pumps, at Bass's Brewery, Burton-on-Trent, 48
  • Tyler's Horizontal Engine, with Variable Expansion Gear, 356
  • Tyres, Railway, The " Warming" of, 32, 47
  • Underground Conflagration, 412

UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION, THE :

  • On the Proposed Enclosure of Dover Bay. Review of Designs and Historical Essay on the Harbour, by John Baldry Redman, 459, 477
  • United States, Inventions, Inventors, and Investors in the, 83
  • United States Meteorological Service, The, 451
  • Underground Railway, The New York City, 149 161, 193, 215, '234, 248 819
  • United States Ordnance, 251
  • United States Patent Office Report, The, 211
  • Universal Milling Machine. By the Brainard Milling Machine Company, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, 57
  • Utica Lifting Bridge, The, 80
  • Utilisation of Sewage, Schemes for, 253
  • Vacuum Brake and Signalling Apparatus, Sanders', 340
  • Vacuum Brake, The Westinghouse, 138, 166
  • Valve Gear for Cornish Engines, Davey's Differential, 169
  • Valve Gear, Deprez's Circular, 518
  • Valve, Lassos and Meyer's Safety, 69
  • Variable Expansion Gear as Fitted to Winding Engines, Deprez's, 443
  • Variable Expansion Gear, Horizontal Engine with. By Hayward Tyler and Company, London, 356
  • Variable Expansion Gear, Horizontal Engine with, By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, 65
  • Velocity, Machines for Estimating and Indicating, 111, 120, 477
  • Ventilation of the St. Gothard Tunnel, 378
  • Vertical Pumping Engine. By M. E. Prunier, Lyons, 68
  • Vessels, The Form of, 307
  • " Vesuvius," The Torpedo Ship, 375
  • " Victory" Printing Press, The, 127
  • Vinci, Leonardo da, as a Mechanician, 182
  • Wallis and Steeven's Horse Gear and Thrashing Machine, 360
  • " Warming" of Railway Tyres, The, 32
  • Waste of Manufactures, 230
  • Water Before and After its Freezing Point, The Conditions of, 333
  • Water Feed, Tank for Measuring, 139
  • Water-Front Improvements, New York, 110
  • Water, Gas, and Sanitary Legislation, 1875, 126, 164, 210, 324, 344, 345, 449
  • Water, Lifting Condensing, 366
  • Water Supply, The Control of, 369
  • Water Supply, London, and its Impurities, '252, 276
  • Water Supply of London, Returns of Dr. Letheby, 57
  • Water Supply, The Metropolitan, 276
  • Water. tight Doors, Hydraulic Gear for, 280
  • Water Works, The Nagpur, 127
  • Waves, The Forms of, 279
  • Wave Motors, 266
  • Way, Permanent, 89

WEAVING:

  • XVI. The Jacquard Loom, 21
  • XVII. The Jacquard Apparatus, 117
  • XVIII. The Jacquard Loom—Com-pound Harnesses, 183
  • XIX. Tissue Weaving, 219
  • XX. Circular Swivels and Lappets, 269
  • XXI. Cross Weaving, 314
  • XXII., XXIII. Pile Weaving, 377, 419
  • XXIV. The Ribbon Loom, 465
  • XXV., XXVI. The Power Loom, 605, 535
  • Webb's Passenger Locomotive for the London and North-Western Railway, 185
  • Webster, Mr., Q C., F.R.S., 494
  • Weights and Measures, Standard; Annual Report of the Warden of the Standards, 66
  • Westinghouse Air Brake, Continuous and Automatic, 511
  • Westinghouse Vacuum Brake, The, 138, 166
  • Wet Fuel, Furnaces for, 49, 78, 86
  • Wheel Lathe, Duplex, at the Great Eastern Railway Works, Stratford. By B. New and Company, Nottingham, 510
  • Wheels, Machine for Surfacing by Emery. By the Tanite Company, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 77
  • Wheels, Traction Engine, 123
  • White Brass, Parson's, 467
  • Whitehouse's Launch Engine, 3
  • Whitney's Wood-Scraping Machinery, 391
  • Whitworth Exhibitions, 87
  • Wier's Hydro-Gyrometer, 120
  • Willan's Three-Cylinder Engine, 430
  • Willis, Professor, 190
  • Wilson's Marine Screw Engines, 508
  • Windlass for Steam Cultivation. By J. Greenslade, Taunton, 121
  • Winding Engines, Deprez's Variable Expansion Gear as Fitted to, 443
  • Wire Rope Street Tramways, San Francisco, California, 402
  • Wood-Planing Machine, Four-side. By Richards, Loudon, and Kelley, Philadelphia, 789
  • Wood-Scraping Machinery By B. D. Whitney, Winchendon, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 391
  • Wood-Working Machinery, Rogers', 352
  • Wool-Carding Machinery. By the Sachsische Maschinen-fabrik, Chemnitz, Saxony, 291
  • Wool and Cotton Spinning, Self-Acting Mules for, 7, 85
  • Working of Railways, The, 159
  • Works, Allen Hansoms and Company's, at Chelsea, 424
  • Works at Coventry, Sewage, 450
  • Works, Public, in New Zealand, 325
  • Works, Sewage, at Bilston, 492
  • Yacht, A New Centre-board, 256

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