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Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1886 Jul-Dec: Index

SUBJECT MATTER.

  • (IF/tere the Name is in Italics the Abridgment is Illustrated.)
  • Aerial Navigation : 14*, 512 H. Bate. 148; E. F. Falconnet, 148; J. S. Foster, 512 ; W. II. Prestwich, 512 ; F. Modet E. Ybargoitia, 148; An Aerial Velocipede, R. G. Owen, 512
  • Agricultural Implements, Machinery, &c. : 277, 409, 561
  • Bundle Carriers for Grain Binders, C. H. McCormick, 277; Grain Binding, W. Butterfield, 409 ; The Milwaukee Harvester Company, 409 ; Grain Binding Harvesters, B. E. Huntley, 277 ; D. M. Osborne, 661 ; Harvesting Machines,
  • S. Johnston, 277 ; C. H. McCormick, 277 ; A. C. Miller, 561; Obtaining and Maintaining Pres¬sure on Ensilage Contained in Silos, E. Heard, 409 ; Ploughs, /*'. and J. Grobcr, 409 ; Reapers and Saif-Binding Machines, G. E. Jeffery, 277 ; Thrashing, E. Foden, 561; Tripping Mechanism for Sheal Binding and Straw Trussing Machinery, J. Hornsby and J. Innocent, 409
  • Air and Gas Compressors : 48 (?. E. Dow, 48
  • Batteries, Electric, Accumulators, &c. : 100, 252 382 608
  • L. A. IF. Desruellcs, 100 ; C. P. Elieson, 252 ; Active Electrodes and their Application to Primary and Secondary Batteries, P. Badly, 608 ; Cells for, W. II. Quaterman, 252 ; Certain Elements for, J. T. Armstrong, 608; Conver¬sion of Heat Energy into Electrical Energy, IF. E. Case, 100; Galvanic, A. Dun and F. Hasslacher, 608; S. H. Emmens, 252; J. II. Howard, 252; l)r. O. Lugo, 608; K. Poliak and G. H'ehr, 100; A. Schanschieff, 252; Galvanic or Primary, J. E. Liardct, 608; Jars, H. G. Ellery and J. T. Gent, 608; Plates or Elements for Voltaic Batteries, T. J. Jones and W. II. Tasker, 382; Portable Galvanic, IF. L. Gates, 608; Secondary, E. Julien, 100; H. and J. K. Thame, 608 ; Secondary Voltaic, C. Moseley and T. Parker, 382; Thermo- Electric Batteries, A. Burjorji, 608 ; Voltaic, T. J. Jones, 60S Bearings : 2s, 148
  • Axle or Shaft, J. Gibbons, 148 ; for Shafts or Axles, A. W. Spatzier, 26
  • Blowing Machines : 226, 358 T. IF. Beverley, 226; Rotary Blowers, Ex¬hausters, and Pumps, J. IF. Bestier, 226; Rotary Fans for Producing Currents of Air, II. Aland, 358
  • Boiler and Engine Fittings: 74, 200, 332, 462, 562, 676 (See also Boilers)
  • Device for Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, B. Meyer, 332; Expanding the Packing Rings of Pistons, J. Reid, 676 ; High-Pressure -nd Low-Water Alarm, Applicable also as a Fire-Extinguishing Apparatus, J. B. Stubbs, 332 ; Indicators for Water Gauge Glasses, W. Barry and G. W. Jones, 200; Injectors, B. C. Evers, 462; Low-Water Alarms for Steam Boilers, II. Wilson, 462; Manholes, J. Simonis, 332; Metallic Packing, A. Farquhar, 74 ; J. Hay thorn, 676; Packing, A. Beldam, 676; H. C. Heard and A. Gardner, 676; F. Hocking, 74, 562; J. Holland and J. Lever, 676; W. Terrell, E. Turner, and G. S. Howatson, 676 ; Piston Rods, A. Collman, 676; Pistons, Steam Engines and Pumps, J. II. Mitchell, 200; Re¬turn Steam Traps, also Applicable to Boiler Feeding Apparatus, J. J. Boyle, 332 ; Safety- Valves, G. Wilson and T. A. Timmis, 462 ; Sight Feed Lubricators, IF. A. G. Schon- heyder, 332; Stuffing-Boxes and Packing, G. W. Manuel and R. Marshall, 200; Water Gauges, J. L. Nelson, A. F. Landerholm, and J. Lang, 200
  • Boilers : 74 , 200, 226, 462, 512, 584, 676 W. Cooke, 74 ; II. Heaton, 676 ; J. C. Jopling, 676; L. W. Leeds, 584; J. Millington and IL Jones, 584 ; R. IL Taunton, 200; 2'. Thomlin- son, 200 ; C. D. Yates, 74 ; Applying Auxiliary- Heat to, C. T. Burchardt, 676 ; Automatic Cleaner for, H. Sims, 676; Caps and Clamps for Hand Holes and other Orifices in Steam Generators, C. A. Knight, 584; Cleaners, 11. B. Baker and G. B. Blazer, 462; Cleaning Tubes, F. M. Clark and F. K. Low, 462 ; Coil Steam Generator, O. Lilienthal and W. Bashall, 584; Construction and Working of Furnaces, E. Albin, 74 ; Economising Fuel and Consum¬ing Smoke in, A. II. W. Brown, 462 ; Feed- Pump and other Connections or Mountings for Marine Boilers, J. Weir, 462 ; Firebridges for Boiler Furnaces, A.| Mackie, 200 ; Galloway- Tubes and Attaching them to Boilers, G. J. Scott, 676; Generating Steam, Condensing
  • Waste Steam, and Feeding the Generator, F. II. F. Engel, 462 ; Generators, II. Davey, 74 ; T. Engelson, 74 ; F. C. Garbutt. 462; W. F. Gorcham, 676; A. Beis, 200 ; 2’. and IF. Toward and J. Meek, 584 ; Generators and Superheaters, R. A. Chesebrough, 584 ; In¬creasing the Steam Producing Power of, W. A. Drummond, 676 ; A Manifold or Header for Sectional Steam Generators, &c., The Babcock and Wilcox Company, 462 ; Preventing Incrustation in, A. Roberts, 74 ; Regulating the Pressure in, II. M. Bigelow, 584; Remov¬ing Sediment from, A. B. Scarborough and J. A. Barnard, 200 ; Rolling Strengthening Rings on Circular Flues or Furnaces for Steam Boilers, D. Purves, 226 ; Sectional, A. Bach- meyer, 584 ; Sectional Steam Generators, C. A. Knight, 462; Separators for, L. Stewart, 462 ; Tools for the Insertion and Withdrawal of the Tubes of Steam Boilers, L. W. Sharp, 676 ; Tubes, J. Pickering, 74; Tubes and Tube- Plates of Steam Generators, H. Turner, 584 ; Water Gauges for Steam Boilers and Floats therefor, R. N. It. Phelps, 512
  • Boilers, &c., Feeding : 462 J. C. Bauer, 462 ; II. Fairbank, 462 ; J. E. E. Fromentin, 462 ; E. W. Van Duzen, 462 ; with a Combination of Water and Air, F. H. Moldcnhauer, 462
  • Brakes: 26, 486
  • F. Maitland, 486 ; Actuating, IF. II. Blakeney, 486; Curbs or Brakes Applied to a Pulley with Differential Gearing to Alter the Speed of Machinery, P. and C. G. Rolla, 26
  • Bridges : 654
  • Opening, Closing, and Locking Swing Bridges, A. van Alstein and G. van Nleuwkuyk, 654
  • Carbonic Acid Gas, Generating : 436
  • G. Bi'.cy, 436; Automatically, F. Foster, 436
  • Centrifugal Apparatus : 226, 358 J. Laidlaw and A. J Liveraedge, 358; Con¬tinuously Acting, La Compagnie de Fives-Lille, 226 ; Drying Machines, J. B. Allicott and
  • P. Haughton, 226 ; Separating Machine, C. A. Johannson, 353
  • Colouring Matter, Obtaining : 632 Farbfabrik vorm Brunner, 632; Violet and Blue Azo-Dyes, FarOenfabrikcn vorm Bayer and Co., 632 ; Yellow and Orange, Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik, 632
  • Conductors, Insulators, &c. : 252, 382, 538, 608 E. G. Acheson, 382 ; A. Millar, 608 ; F. Walton, 252; Conduits for Cables or Conductors, J. F. Munsie and H. N. May, 252; Connecting Electric Wires, A. Whalley, 538 ; Constructing, Fixing, and Fitting Electrical Insulators for Telegraphs, J. E. Griffiths, 382 ; Electric Cables, and Apparatus for Laying and Securing the Same, IL C. Spalding, 608; Electric Conductors and an Insulating Compound therefor, W. P., II. B., and J. Tatham, and D. Brooks, 252; Glazed Earthenware Conduits for Subterranean Telegraph and Telephone Lines, Earl l’oulett, 252; Insulated Wire, W. M. llabirshaw, 608; Insulating Compounds for Electrical Purposes, A. Muirhead and C. R. A. Wright, 252 ; Laying Electrical Conductors in Subterranean Lines and the Construction of such Lines, H. C. Spalding and P. McMackin, 538 ; Manufacture ot Metal Wire, E. Martin, 608 ; Multiple Electric Conductors or Cables, and Processes and Apparatus for the Manufacture of the Same, J. J. C. and M. Smith, 382; Subterranean Lines of Electrical Conductors, II. C. Spalding, 638 ; Telegraph Posts, S. and F. G. Sharrock, 608; Testing Stations, Chiefly Designed for Use in Connection with Conduits for Electric Wires, J. F. Munsie and H. N. May, 538
  • Couplings : 26,124, 278 Compound Attachments or Double Sockets for Metal Ropes, W. C. Blackett, 124 ; Flexible, for Shafts, W. J. Mackenzie, 124; Pipe Coupling,
  • R. Barker, 278 ; for Shafts, &c., J. F. Hall and J. Verity, 124 ; M. Lohmannand M. Stoltcrfoht, 26
  • Currents, Inducing : 538 L. Gaulard and J. D. Gibbs, 538; J- C. Pilrthner, 538
  • Currents, Measuring: 100 Electric, B. M. Drake and J. M. Gorham, 100
  • Dredging, &c. : 48, 226, 357, 511 5. M. Cockbum, 358; IF. Cooper and J. Holds worth, 511; I). I). Bichar ds, 226; J. Tavlor, 511 ; Automatic Gear for Excavators, IF. ƒ'. Bat ho and S. M. Cockbum,Buckets, A. IF. Bobinson, 358; Hopper Dredgers, A. Brown, 357 ; Wells and Subsoil Foundations, C. C. Sullivan, 357
  • Dynamo-Electric Machines : 99, 251,381,53/.697 A. T. Gravier, 381; II. J. Smith, 637; I. J-
  • Sprague, 381; ó>. P. Thompson, 537; Driving Gear for, H. Lindley, 537 ; Electro Field Magnets for, It. Kennedy, 251; Electro-Mag¬neto Motors, Itecordon and Co., 99; Electro- Magnets and the Application of the Same to the Control of Electric Currents, H. IF. Haven- shaw, 381 ; Electro-Magnets and Induction Coils, M. Lahaussois, 99; Electric Motors, A. Reckenzaun, 99 ; J. Riley, 607 ; Electro-Motors and Generators, E. T. and D. Iligham, 607; Generation of Electric Currents, The Helios Electric Lightand Telegraph Construction Com¬pany, 381; Mounting and Driving, II. P. Holt, 99 ; Regulating the Speed of Engines for Driv¬ing Dynamo-Electrical Machines, E. II. Amet, 607; Secondary Generators, II. Muller, 251; Vibrating Electric Motors, A. L. Parcelle, 99
  • Elevating Liquids: 220 By Means of Steam or Compressed Gases, E. Korting, 226
  • Engine Fittings : (Sec Boiler and Engine Fittings ; also Ships)
  • Engines, Air ; 581 Atmospheric, A. II. Wcisz, 584
  • Engines, Binary : 583
  • J. H. Campbell, 583; Utilising Ammoniacal Gas as a Motive Power, P. J. McMahon, 583
  • Engines, Fluid : 583
  • B. Benham, 583; Oscillatory, S. Butler, 583
  • Engines, Gas : 73, 74, 199, 200, 331, 461, 462, 583, 675
  • G. II. Babcock, 461; E. Bernardi, 462 ; N. P. Burgh and A. Gray, 67b; H. Campbell, 461 ;
  • W. Crossley, 73; II. T. Dawson, 331 ; P. Jonasen, 74 ; E. C. Mills, 199; B. II. Nash, 200; A. Rollasen, 583; J. Southall, 675 ; T. Sturgeon, 74; A. Treeton, 583; G. W. Weatberhogg, 199; M. Welch and F. Rook, 74 ; C. T. Wordsworth and J. Wolstenholme, 583 ; Hydro - Carburettcd Air Engines, J. J. R. Humes, 461; Igniting the Gas or Explosive Mixture in, G. Warsop and H. W. Hill, 199; Operating Gas Engines, B. II. Nash, 331; Petroleum and Gas Engines, J. Spiel, 331 ; Regulators for Supply of Gas to, II. P. Holt, 200; Slides and Passages of, Gas-motoren- Fabrik, 583; Supply Valve Gear for, J. Spiel, 74
  • Engines, Hydraulic: 462, 676 C. IF. Cooper, 676; Hydraulic Engines, IF. Speight, 462
  • Engines, Hydro-Carbon : 199, 583, 675
  • Friedrich, 199 ; W. D. and J. Priestman, 583 ; J. and C. S. Wright and T. Charlton, 675
  • Engines, Rotary : 73, 199 N. W. Curtis, 73; II. Morley, 73; W. H. Murch,73 ; Reciprocating, B. Mills, 199
  • Engines, Steam : 73, 199, 278, 331, 461, 583, 654, 675
  • B. C. Waite, 199; II. Davey, 331; J II. Eiekcrshoff, 73 ; E. Field, 675 ; T. Mudd, 675 ;
  • IF. Price, 331; W. Schmidt, 583; Sc.ic Sian Yen, 73; IF. II. Wheatley and J. IF. Mac¬kenzie, 583; C. C. Worthington, 583; Actuat¬ing the Valves of Duplex Steam Engines, B. B. Carricabum, 199 ; Apparatus for Stop¬ping Engines, J. Fottiergill and W. and T. Briggs, 654 ; Automatic Expansion Gearing for, If. and R. H. Lanceley, 461 ; Automatic Expansion Valve Gear, J. N. Paxman, 73; Balanced Slide Valves, D. A. Woodbury, 199; A Combined Donkey Engine, Pump, and Con¬denser, J. Kirkaldy, 461 ; Combined Throttle or Stop Valves and Governor Valves for, T. R. Pickering, 199 ; Compound, IF. Brock, 461; S. Butler, 461 ; W. Y. Fleming and P. Ferguson, 199; J. Thom, 461 ; Compound, and boilers, W. Hargreaves and W. Inglis, 461; Compound Expansive, J. Matthews, 675; Equalising the Power given off by Engines, H. W. Wims- hurst, 654 ; An Equilibrium Slide Valve, A. Ferguson, 461; Feed-Water Heating in Con¬nection with Compound, A. M. Laine, 461; Heating Cylinders and Pistons, E. R. Royston, 675; High-Speed, IF. Bowrie, 199; Marine, G. Allibon, 73 ; Mechanism for Regulating the Speed of, S. Butterworth, 583; Mid-Cylinder Exhaust, B. J. Todd, 331 ; Pistons, R. Robin¬son, 654 ; G. Temple and W. Rowntrce, 410; Pistons and Rings for Stuffing-Boxes, A. T. Allen and II. Cavill, 278; Producing and Maintaining Graduations of Temperature in the Cylinders of Double-Acting, L. J. Todd, 461; Reversing Gear for, T. A. Arrol and J. Pringle, 675; Rotary, J. II. Darragh, 675; Single-Acting Quick-Speed Triple and Quad¬ruple-Expansion Engines, T. C. Hide and IF. Wardrop, 683; Slide Valves, P. Baylis, 73 ; Throttle or Stop Valves for, T. R. Pickering, 461; Throttle Valves, 0. C. van der Valk, 199 ; Valve Apparatus, E. Holt, 199; R. Proell,
  • 461; Valve9 for Double-Acting, J. F. Meyjes, 461; Valve Gear, G. Fletcher amt II'. Abell, 461 ; Valve Gear for Oscillating, II’. II. Martin, 675 ; Valve Ports and Steam Passages of Cy¬linders, J. Clync, 675 ; Valve and Valve Gear of, J. Wheelock, 331
  • Engines, Steam, Firbless Working of : 200 M. Honigmann, 200; M. lloniymann, 200
  • Engines, Stopping : 332
  • J. Fothergill and W. Briggs, 332 ; T. Schiller and P, Breinicke, 332
  • Engines, Traction : 148, 306, 654
  • Kroh, 306 ; J. and H. McLaren, 654 ; Stenin lload Rollers, J. and H. McLaren, 148; Wheels with Endless Rails, II'. Fender, 654 ; Wheels and Pulleys, A. Grciy and G. Achilles, 306
  • Fat and Oils, Treating and Extracting : 632 A T. Hall, 632; J. Merz, 632; Lubricants, F. P. Warren, 632; Refining Vegetable Oils, A. T. Hall, 632
  • Feed Water, Heating : 74, 332, 584 M. Coulson, 74 ; E. Green, 332 ; J. Kirkaldy, 332; F. Shickle, 74; A. B. Wilson, 74 ; Con¬densing Exhaust Steam and Heating Feed Water for Steam Generators, A. McNab, 584
  • Filters, 124,172, 278, 410, 562
  • I. C. Bailey, 562; A. Bell, 124 ; J. and J. Clayton, 410; W. Ilucks, 172; L. Pommeraye, 278; Applicable for Caustic Soda Solution, Solvay et Cie., 172
  • Firearms : 2n, 123, 277, 409, 410, 561
  • M. Mefford, 25 ; P. M. Parsons, 123 ; An Attachment for Firearms for Indicating when they are Loaded, G. Flaischlen, 123 ; Blanks to form the Bottoms of Cartridge Cases, A. Jullicn,25; Breechloading, Break-down Sport¬ing Guns and Rifles, G. Jeffries, 561; Breech- loading, The Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufac¬turing Company, 123; II. M. Quackenbush, 123 ; Breechloading Small Arms, G. Hackett and E. Belcher, 409; Breechloading Spotting Guns, R. Jones and W. Taylor, 25 ; Carriages for Machine Guns, T. Nordenfelt, 25 ; Car¬tridge Cases, F. Bolton, 25; G. Bomicr, 123; G. Kynoch, 123 ; Cartridges, T. J. Middle- ditch, 561; Combined Single Loading and Re¬peating Rifle and Cartridges therefor, R. Jennings, 277 ; Conversion of the Martini Rifle into a Repeating Arm, A. Schratzenthaller, 277 ; for Destroying Ships, II. 8. Maxim, 25 ; Discharging Projectiles Containing High Ex¬plosive Materials, D. Moore, 25 ; Explosives,
  • Johnson, 410 ; A. Nobel, 25 ; IL Schoene- weg, 661; Explosive Compound for Guns or Firearms and Blasting Purposes, F. Gaens, 561 ; Explosive Projei tiles, and in Part Applic¬able for Extending Electrical Communicating Lints, D. B. Dawson, 123 ; Extracting Me¬chanism of Brecchloading Small Arms, J. Coster, 25; Fuzes for Shells and Torpedoes,
  • L. Zalinski, 561 ; Gun Carriages, C. E. Creecy, 123; C. E. Creecy, 409; Gun Locks,
  • Francotte, 561; W. C. McEntee and J. Hughes, 501 ; Line-Throwing Guns, D. R. Dawson, 25; Luminous Sights for, C. W. Heaton and T. Bolas, 25 ; Machine Guns, B. Burton, 277; U. Jones, 123; IL S. Maxim, 409; T, Nordenfelt.iW; Machines for Load¬ing Cartridge Shells for Shot Guns, D. Moore, 25; Migazine, T. N P. Stokes, 123; Maga¬zine Repeating Rifles, J. Werndl, 561 ; Manu¬facture of Tubes and Ordnance of Steel and Iron, W. C. Stiff and II. B. S. Bennett, 123 ; Mounting Ordnance, J. Vavasseur, 499 ; Per- cussi- n Fuzes, O. Jones, 123 ; Projectiles, W. Kennish, 25; Recoil Brakes for Gun Car¬riages, A. C. Koerner, 277 ; Repeating, Q, I'. Fosbery, 277 ; Revolving Small Arms, H. Diniancea, 277; Rifle Sight Elevators, II. Bates, 25; Rifle Vernier, II, Greener, 25; Safety Dynamite Shells, T. Smith, 25; Sight Elevators, IL P. Miller, 25 ; Sights for, R. W. Studdy, 123 ; Telescopic Sights for Small Arms, also Stock for Brccchloading Shot Guns, D. Fraser, 25
  • Fuel, Artificial : 172, 436, 631 L Cline, 172 ; Machinery for Manufacture of,
  • W. B Westlake, 631; J. A. Yeadon and B. Middleton, 631 ; Manufacture of Compressed Fuel from Coal, S. Butler, 436 ; for Smelting Purposes, J. McCulloch and II’. Black, 172
  • Furnaces : 171, 331, 435, 462, 584, 631, 676 II. Caswell, 171; J. Ham, 581; J. G. Hansel and F. L. Krumbiegel, 171; T. Lishman, 676 ; II. C. Paterson, 584 ; II. C. Paterson and R. Miller, 631 ; Application of Forced Draught to, J. Patterson and M. Sandison, 584; Bars, J. Naysmith, 676; for the Combustion of Gaseous Fuel, J. B. Archer, 584 ; Distribution of Gas and Air, G. Anderson, 171; for Effecting the Consumption of Smoke, R. and W. Wainright, 631; Effecting the Decarbonisation of Earthy Carbonates, R. Radot, 171 ; Firegrates, J. Magnee and E. Benekens, 462 ; Flues of Steam Boilers, J. Lee, 684; Forming, Mounting, and Actuating Firebars, and Feeding Fuel thereon, T. Milburn and C. W. Haydon, 584 ; Gas Pro¬ducers and Regenerators as Applied to Steam Boilers for the Generation of Steam, J. Hill, 435; Grates, C. Whitfield, 676; Heating the Blast for, IF. Tomlinson, 631; Hot-Air, R. A. Chesebrough, 171; Hydro-Carbon Burners for, J. Marion, J. Caverly, B. Fisher, and J. S.
  • Valk, 584 ; Lining for, F. Siemens, 631; for the Manufacture of Lime and Cement, M. B. Farrington, 435; Portable Blast Furnace Plant,
  • L. Hartsfleld, 435 ; Portable Inclosed Blast Rivet Heating Furnace Stove, Sir W. W. Arbuth- not, N. A. Mercer, and J. B. Guy, 631; Pro¬ducing a Draught in, and Purifying the Pro¬ducts of Combustion, A. Reis, 584 ; Promoting the Combustion of Fuel in, H. Welsh, 584; Re¬generative or Recuperative, J. G. Robertson, 435; Regenerative Steelmaking, J. Riley, 435; Rocking Bars for, J. Settle, 332; Steam Generators, J. C. Brentnall, 331 ; Tank, F. Siemens, 171; for Treating Town Refuse, C. Jones, 435; Water Tuyeres, B., C., and W. B. Fenton, 631
  • Gas, Manufacture of : 171, 435, 631
  • Loomis, 435; Compressing Coal and Intro¬ducing the Same into Coke Ovens, J. Quaglio, 631; Conversion into Gas and Combustion of Liquid Hydro-Carbons, J. B. Archer, 171; Enriching" Illuminating Gas, J. Parkes, 171 ; Gas Retorts and Apparatus Connected there¬with, H. J. Rogers, 631 ; Generating Fixed Gases for Illuminating, Heating, and Metal¬lurgical Purposes, T. S. Lindsay, 435 ; Genera¬tion of Gas for Lighting and Heating Purposes, B. Andreae, 435; Hydraulic Mains and Ascen¬sion Pipes for the Manufacture of Coal Gas, J, Hanson, 435 ; Increasing the Illuminating Effect of Gas, J. Mactear, 631 ; Making and Utilising Water and Oil Gas, C. T. C. Bailey and S. C. Dean, 435 , Purifying and Enriching Coal Gas, A. Dempster, 631 ;. Stand-Pipes for Gas Retorts, R. Dempster, 171; Water Oil Gas, J. B. Archer, 435
  • Gas, Regulating Pressure of : 124, 277, 562
  • R. Hargreaves and J. Bardsley, 277 ; Gas Governors or Regulators, J. Stott, 562; Vary¬ing and Regulating the Action of, W. E. Price, 277
  • Governors : 26, 74, 200, 332, 538 W. C. Lockwood and H. Carlisle, 74 ; J. IF. Macfarlane, 200 ; M. R. Moore, 200 ; R. Rack- ham, 332; Electrical, P. IF. Willans, 538; for Fluids, T. C. Hopper, 26 ; for Motive Power Engines, T. Heather, 74
  • Grain Cleaning : 277 L. Gathmann, 277
  • Grinding, Crushing, &c.: 226, 358 G. Frisbee, 226; Combined Grinding and Crushing Mills, The Foos Manufacturing Com¬pany, 358
  • Hoisting, Hauling, &c. : 26, 48,124, 226, 512, 662
  • S. G. Bennett, 48; A. B. Brown, 226 ; J. Brown and T. A. Porter, 48 ; Automatically Balanced Cranes, R. Pirie, 512 ; Balance for Hydraulic Lifts, G. Andrews, 48; Belt Pulleys, W. I’ocock, 124 ; Brake Mechanism for, G. Mehlis, 512 ; Braking or Safety Apparatus for, R. A. Beaver, 48; Hydraulic, A. T. Walker, 4S ; Portable, W. H. Gittins, 48 ; Rope Guides for Pulleys, L. and C. H. Dyer and G. S. Sawyer, 562 ; Safety Locking Hooks, J. Roberts, 26 ; Swivel Pulley Blocks, W. W. Wilcox, 562
  • Hydraulic Machinery : 357 Distributing Valves for, A. Fiat, 357 ; Lifting and Forcing Apparatus, F. Neukirch, 357 ; Rams, F. Ball, 357
  • Indicating Appliances: (See also Signalling) 25, 278, 332, 400, 486, 538, 561, 654, 076
  • II. G. Ellery and J. T. Gent, 538; Apparatus Applicable to “ Speed Indicators” or “Revo¬lution Counters,” S. Tebbut, 409; Apparatus for Taking Indicator Diagrams from Engines, G. Sellers, 676; Automatic Electrical Fire Alarm, A. Dalziel, 538; Automatic Weighing Machines, C. C. Clawson, 278; Boiler Alarm and Indicator, J. T. Robson, 332 ; Burglar Alarms, National Manufacturing Company, 561; Electric Meters, J. J. A. Aubert, 654 ; Electrical Indicator Applicable to Gas Cocks, L. Lenacrts and H. L’Ollivier, 538; Electrically,
  • L. Clarke, 538 ; Fluid Meters, D. A. Suther¬land, 25 ; A Fluid Meter, also Applicable as a Motor, A. Bonna, 409; A. Bonna, 561; A Fog- Horn giving a Continuous or Short Blast, E. Martin, 561; Gas Meter Index, S. Lindley, 561; Indicating the Presence of Firedamp in Mines,
  • T. Kitsee, 409 ; Indicating and Recording the Pressure of Steam or other Fluids, A. Shed- lock and C. G. Singer, 332; Indicating the Speed of Rotating Shafts, T. Horn. 661 ; Liquid Meters, J. J. Tyler, 278; C. C. Worthington, 661; Low-Water Alarms, A. Kerr, It. Costigan, and W. Keys, 332; Measuring Angles and Range Finding, J. II. Steward and W. Dredge, 25 ; Measuring Distances, H. It. A. Mallock, 409 ; Measuring Electric Currents, J. L. Huber, 538 ; Measuring and Indicating Tap, W. Belle, 561; Packing for the Glass Tubes of Water Gauges, H. Ilallworth and J. L. Sharrock, 25 ; Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, A. Budenbcrg, 661; Safety Valves, A. Turnbull, 332 ; Self- Acting Signal Balance Weight, Ö J. Howe, 409; Signal Lights, J. Pain, 409; Speed Indi¬cators, 11. Ilerdcn, 486; Speed Indicators for Ships, J. Young and J. Richardson, 278 ; Spring Scales, E. Ubrig, 25; Water Gauge, A. Don- ncley, 25 ; Water Meters and Water Motors, B.
  • Healey, 561
  • Iron and Steel, Treatment of : 171, 436 11. E. Cahen, 171; Casting Steel Ingots, T. Hampton and J. Facer, 436; “ Chaplets” Em¬ployed for Moulding Purposes, T. Wilson, 436 ; Converters Used in the, 11. White, 171 ; Ex¬tracting Wrought Iron and Steel Directly from Ores, L. Bondy, 436; Polished Sheet Iron, T.
  • Craig, 171 ; in Regenerative Open-Hearth Furnaces, J. Riley, 436
  • Lamps, Safety : 277, 502 IF. Clifford, 277 ; A. Ilowat, 662
  • Lighting, Electric: 99, 251, 381, 537, 607, 608, 654,
    • Arc Lamps, E. A. Ashcroft, 607 ; R. Dick and R. Kennedy, 99; F. L. Muirhead, 99; H. Pieper, 251; O. Romanze, 251; L. Scharnweber, 251; T. Stanley, C. Richardson, and A. H. Davies, 637; R. and .... Walther, 381;
    • Carbon for, A. Chertemps et Cie., 99 ;
    • Carbon Filaments for Incandescent Lamps, W. Max¬well, 607 ;
    • Carbons, J. Kirby, 607 ;
    • Connecting Threads of Carbon with Platinum Wire, C. Seel, 537 :
    • Electric Fuzes, II. J. Smith, 654;
    • Electric Fuzes for Blasting Purposes, La Société Scola et Ruggieri, 608;
    • Filaments for Incandescent Electrical Lamps, O. R. Swete and W.C. Main, 537 ;
    • Holders for Incandescent Lamps, J. Lee, 99 ;
    • Incandescent Lamps, L.J. Crossley and J. J. Hicks, 607 ; W. Maxwell and T. V. Hughes, 607 ; F. Schaefer, 381; E. Weston, 99 ;
    • Lamp Fittings, T. T. Smith, 99 ;
    • Lamps, A. Brin, 537;
    • Portable Electric Lamps, J. E. Liardet, 537;
    • Regulating Devices for Electric Lamps, If. Lahmeyer, 537
  • Lighting, Railway : 305
    • Gas Cocks, W. B. Rickman, 305
    • Oil Lamps, L. H. Ross, 305
  • Lubricating: 25, 26, 74, 123, 278, 358, 410, 462, 562 (See also Engine Fittings), L. Dusert, 25 ; J. T. Hedley, 74 ; The Michigan Lubricator Company, 410 ; G. A. Mower, 123 ; J. Snowdon, 410 ;
    • Automatic, R. Hoffmann, 123;
    • Automatic, for Steam Engines, C. Couse, 462;
    • Cans, J. Harrison and T. H. Price, 25 ; J. Starley, 358 ;
    • Compounds for, C. Fink, 26 ; A Feed, J. S. Hall, 462 ;
    • Journals, M. Lindner, 562 ;
    • Oil Feeders for Feeding Oil to Valves, J. E. Blakemore and S. A. Randall, 562;
    • Oil and Grease Cups, J. S. Hall, 278 ;
    • Sight Feed, J. Dewrance, 562 ; J. Hay and R. Wylie, 74
  • Metals and Metallic Alloys, Plating: 172, 358, 512
  • II. Kcsterton, 172 ; C. E. Steinweg, 172 ; Coating Metal Plates with Tin or Alloys, D. Daois, 358; Coating Sheet Metal with Zinc, F. W. Koffler and E. Zwierzina, 612
  • Metals, Treating : 358, 632 Metallic Alloys, C. A. Paillard, 632 ; Preparing Copper for Casting, W. R. Walton, 632; Presses for Punching or otherwise Treating Metals, &c., J. P. Woodcock, 358; Treating Galvanised Iron or Steel, II. Grimshaw, 632
  • Meters : 124, 252
  • Current, F. F. Yeatman, 252 ; Liquid, O. Brown, 124 ; Water, L. II. Nash, 124
  • Miscellaneous : 26, 48, 100, 124, 172, 252, 278, 306, 382, 410, 436, 462, 486, 512, 538, 562, 584, 608, 632, 654, 676
  • Adjustable Pedestals for Rotating Shafts, W. II. Poole, 562; An Adjustable Shaft Bearing or Journal Box, II. P. Trueman, 562 ; Alarms and Fastenings for Doors, &c., J. L. Petit, 278 ; Amnionic Bichromate, J. J. Hood, 632; Anti¬septic, C. Collin and Co., 632 ; Apparatus for Treatment of Residuals from Copper Works and Chlorine Manufacture to Obtain Pigments and Sulphate of Lime, G. L. and W. J Wigg and M. Steel, 676 ; Apparatus for Wash¬ing and other Analogous Purposes, R. H. Ainsworth and E. B. Manby, 632; Applica¬tion of Electricity to the Treatment of Vege¬table Fibre for the Production of Half Stuff, W. B. Nation, 100 ; Automatically Generating and Bur/'ing Inflammable Vapours, C. A. Poquelin, 436; Blasting, W. Beatson, 278 ; Blasting and Shot-Firing in Mines, J. Heath and W. Frost, 26 ; Bleaching and Refining Resins, &c., E. A. Behrens, 676 ; Boring to Great Depth by the Aid of Electricity, R. Richards and II. R. Landon, 538; Chains, M. L. A. de Bricy, 278; Cleansing Sugar in Centrifugal Machines, C. and J. Lyle, 436 ; Coating Steam Pipes, Boilers, &c., J. Payne, 512 ; Construc¬tion of Passages for Fluids, J. C. Merryweather and C. J. W. Jakeman, 512 ; Contact Makers Especially Suitable for Electric Bells, J. G. Livesay, 538 ; Cooling the Plummer Blocks and other Bearings of Machinery, W. Walton, 462 ; Covering for Steam Pipes, &c., and Appa- paratus for Preparing the Same, C. Brader, 512 ; Decomposition by Means of Magnesia of the Residual Ammonium Chloride of the Am¬monia Soda Process, A. R. Peohiney et Cie., 632 ; Determining Temperatures at a Distance, J. G. Lorrain, 124 ; A Direct-Action Spring Motor, S. A. Watkins, 419 ; Distillation and Rectification, J. Wright, 172 ; Distillation and Rectification of Alcoholic and other Liquids, L. Bechaux, 632 ; Drying or Evaporating Apparatus, C. Kingsford, 172; Earth Clips Employed in Forming Electrical Circuits, A. Whalley, 100; Effecting the Absorption of Vapours by Liquids, L. Rohrmann and M. Hiller, 172 ; Electric Autographic Printing Pens ; R. E. and E. George, 382; Electric Contact Makers and Breakers, J. T. Bucknill, 608; An Electric Incubator and Foster-Mother, II. Neumann, 100 ; Electric Targets, G. Arnoult, 382; Electrical Communication between Door Knockers, Letter-Boxes, and Bells, R. A. Lee, 252; Electrical Receiving Apparatus, W. P. Johnston, 608 ; Enamelling Metal Sheets, J. Fliegel and E. Puttmann, 410 ; Evaporating and Drying, O. Klaunig, 172 ; Fire Escapes, W. Clusc, 562 ; Fixing Enamelled Iron Plates, B. Baugh, 512 ; Frictional Coupling for Shafting,
  • Mcchwart, 26 ; A Galvanic Plant Invigo- rator and Oxygcniser, R. G. Owen, 160; Gas Burner with Electric Ignition, F. Giraud and E. Nee, 382 ; Gearing for Transmitting Motive Power, J. Robertson, 124 ; Generating Vapour, J. Murrie, 584 ; Grapnels for Cutting and Holding Submarine Cables, IF. C. Johnson and
  • S. E. Phillips, 306 ; Helical or Coiled Springs, J. G. Shaw, 512 ; High-Pressure Self-Closing Cock, J. Friend, 562; Hydraulic Door Springs and Checks, J. J. Purnell, 410; Illuminating by Means of the Incandescence of Refractory Substances, O. Fahnehjelm, 562 ; Interrupting the Flow of Fluids in Pipes or Conduits, E. Laroche, 562 ; Levelling Shafting, A. E. and II. M. Butler, 48; Linings for Tunnels, T. Newman, 306; Loading or Unloading, G. Warttinger and S. G. Rosenberg, 502 ; Mag¬netometers for Indicating the Intensity of Magnetism Produced by Magnets, &c., A. Millar, 654; Making Bicarbonate of Sodium, S. Pick, 172 ; Manufacture of Bioxide of Barium, and its Use in Making Oxygenated Water for Bleaching, &c., A. Brin, 632; Manufacture of Carbon Alum, and Application of the Same, T. H. Cobley, 632; Manufacture of Chlorine from Bye-Products of the Ammonia Soda Pro¬cess, or Similar Chemical, Solvay etCie., 632 ; Manufacture of Hydrates of Strontia and of Baryta, J. Mactear, 632: Manufacture of Ink from Waste Dye Liquors, T. Frusher, 436; Manufacture of Plaster, R. Stone, 632 ; Manu¬facture of Sulphur and Ferric Oxide from Alkali W'aste by Means of Metallic Chlorides, P. A. Maudsley and T. Macfarlane, 676 ; Manu¬facturing Soda Crystals and Caustic Soda Direct from the Bicarbonate Resulting from the Ammonia-Soda Process, and Recoverj- of Ammonia and Carbonic Acid, J. Hawliczek, 632; Manufacturing Sugar from Amylaceous and Cellulose Matters, G. Durozad, 632; Melt¬ing Cauldrons for Asphalte, B. D. Healey,Y!2 ; Metallic Alloy, J, Webster, 676; Metallic Drums, H. W. Todd, 632 ; Mill or Line Shafting, II. F. Smith, 278 ; Non-Conducting Covering and Composition, H. M. Han- more, K. V. S. Mattison, and II. G. Keasbey, 632; Obtaining and Applying Motive Power by the Combined Action of the Vapour Generated in Slaking Lime and a Blast, T. Stockley, 124; Obtaining Chlorides of Barium and Strontium, J. Kolb, 172; Obtain¬ing Tar Acids from Tar Oils, J. Hardman, 172 ; Operating the Valves Used in Connection with Apparatus for the Heating, Cooling, and Venti¬lating, J. G. Lorrain, 382; Paste, Polishing, W. A. Carlyle, 26 ; Preparation of m-Methoxy- p-nitro-benzal-dehyd for Use in Manufacture of Vanillin, L. Landsberg, 651; Preparing Milk of Lime. S. II. Johnson and C. C. Hutchin¬son, 436 ; Preparing Syrups and Molasses, A. Ralu, J. Grathvohl, and A. Browne, 436 ; Pre¬serving Timber, G. Mancion, 654 ; Producing Chlorine and Ammonia, Verein für Chemische Industrie, 278; Producing Pressure or a Varied Degree of Vacuum, J. IF. Holland, 278 ; Pro¬duction of Azo Colours on Cotton, &c.. T. Holliday, 676; Production of Carbonate of Po¬tassium from Chloride or Sulphate of Potassium,
  • Brunjes, 436 ; A Purifier or Separator, J. G. Walker, 562; Removal of Vegetable Impurities from Wool by Chemical Means in Combination with Steam, La Société Dubus, Coget et Cie., 436 ; Resinous Compounds, J. B. Melvin, 632; Salts of Alumina, II. Richardson, 172 ; Sand¬wich Boards for Advertising by Night by Electric Light, E. II. S. Bruce, 252; Self- Igniting and Inextinguishable Signal Lights, N. J. Holmes, 306; Separating Particles of Iron or Steel from other Substances, F. E. Fisher, 172 ; Shot Firing and Blasting in Mines by Electricity, F. Brain, 562; Sinking Shafts, &c., Under Water, F. H. Poetsch, 512 ; Slide Valves for the Passage of Gases or Liquids in Flues or Channels, N. H. Humphrys, 436; Soldering Aluminium, J. S. Sellon, 676; Speed Changing Mechanism, A. G. Meeze, 278 ; Spirit Levels, W. W. Hulse, 562 ; Stone Breaking and Crushing Machines, Elevating and Screening Apparatus, W. II. Baxter, 562; Temporary Tubbing, F. II. Poetsch, 306; Transmitting Rotary Motion from One Shaft to Another so as to Increase the Speed, E. Wilson, 26 ; Treating Hydro-Carbon Bodies, J. K. Field, 632 ; Treat¬ment of Copper Liquors, N. Glendinning, 436; Treatment of Slags for Subsequently Obtaining Useful Products therefrom, G. Craig, 654; Utilisation of Sugar Scum, A. G. Wass, 632; Utilising Atmospheric or Solar Heat for Rais¬ing Water, C. Tellier, 124 ; Utilising the Resist¬ance Offered by the Atmosphere to Locomotives in Motion, W. F. B. Massey-Mainwaring, 486; Water Heating Apparatus, J. S. and S. H. Stubbs, 584 ; Water, Storing and Utilising, under Pressure, R. C. Sayer, 26; A Wind or Water Motor, T. Schulze and S. üörnicki, 676; Wines and Liquors, Treating with Electricity, E. J. Fraser, 252; Wood Paving, A. F. E. De St. Dalmas, 562
  • Motion, Transmitting : 410 (See also Ropes) Bands or Chains for the Transmission of Work,
  • J. Gasking, 410; Belting Guides, W. W. Cobbett, 562 ; F. Rcddaway, 410 ; Clip Pulleys, C. Parkin and G. Robinson, 410 ; A Device for Gripping Cords, &c., J. Carver, 410; Driving and other Bands, If. Barrett and J. J. Varley, 410 ; Fasteners for Belts for Driving Machinery, J. Whitehead, 410; P. Loison-Prost, 410; Flat Ropes, E. J. Banks, 410; Links of Chains, &c., T. White and G. H. Dixon, 410 ; Pitch Chain Gearing, J. and R. Steele and J. Lees, 410; between Pulleys or Drums, J. K. Starley, 410 ; Sockets for Metal Ropes, W. C. Blackett, 410 ; Wire Ropes, C. Klauke, 410
  • Motors, Water : 331
  • S. S. Allin, 331; W. A. G. Schonheydor, 331
  • Moulding, Casting, &c. : 512, 631, 632 Machines for Making Sand Moulds, M. R. Moore, 631, 632 ; Moulding Flanged Pipes, F. Witte, 436; Preparing Moulds for Casting Hollow Ware, R. Clayton, J. Mason, and J. S. Cresswell, 612
  • Nut Locks : 48, 278, 410, 562
  • J. W. Morton, 410; W. M. Rice, 410; Bolts and Nuts, G. II. Wells, 48 ; Locking Devices for Screw Nuts, L. C. Learned, 278; Locking Nuts upon their Screw Bolts, A. F. L. Bernard, 278; Locking Screws and Nuts, more Especially those Used on Velocipedes, J. De L. Watson, 562
  • Ores, Treating : 171,172, 631
  • IF. Deighton, 631; R. and C. Oxland, 171; E.
  • Parnfcll, 172 ; S. II. Stephens and S. ltodda, 631; Furnaces for Smelting Zinc Ores, L. Kleeman, 631; Manufacture of White Pig¬ment, G. T. Lewis, 172; Separating Metals from their Ores, A. E. Scott, 171 ; Washing Crushed Ores, T. Vosper, 171
  • Pipe Couplings : 25, 561, 562 J. Ellam and E. T. J. Adams, 562 ; J. Gilmore and W. It Clarke, 25 ; M. Stephenson, 561; J. T. Titus, 561 ; Device for Kitting India- Rubber Rings to Form Pipe Joints, W. Y. Bakerand L. White, 25 ; Joining Pipes without the Use of Solder, J. Corbett, 25
  • Pujips : 47, 100, 225, 357, 511
  • IF. Anderson, 47 ; W. Brandsma, 47; R. E. Dickinson, 47 ; W. W. Fyfe, 47; G. Murray and It. Tumley, 357 ; H. D. Pearsall, 47; F. P. Preston, 511; Actuated by Fluid Pressure, IF. Donaldson, 225, 511 ; A Combined Water Pump and Air Compressor, C. C. Worthington, 226 ; Deep Well Double-Acting Lift and Force Pumps, W. C. Warren, 47 ; An Electric Air Pump, S. C. C. Currie and T. A. Timmis, 100 ; Mercurial Vacuum, R. Dick and R. Kennedy, 225; Pneumatic, J. G. Pohle, 357 ; Rotary, Applicable also as a Motor, Blower, or Ex¬hauster, E. T. Adams, 511 ; E. Schergen, 225
  • Railway Appliances : 305 Automatic Signal Wire Compensator, J. Nicholion, 305 ; Automatically Counting Railway Carriages, &c., H. Mohr, 305; Turn¬ing Tables for Railways and other Purposes with Ball Bearings, C. Robertson, 305
  • Railway Permanent Way : 147, 305, 485, 653 T. Cornish, 485 ; II. V. D. and T. Slutz, 485; H. L. Smith, 485 ; J. Whitley, 147 ; Attaching Rail Chairs to Metal Sleepers, IF. Davison, 653 ; Railway Chairs, W. II. Lindsay, 653 ; M. Murray and A. Macredie, 485 ; IF. Walker, 147; Fastenings for, II. Bankart, 147; T. Hampton, 305; Fastenings for Rails and Sleepers, II. Rumsey and J. E. Hopkinson, 653; Fish-Bolts and Tie-Bars, W. Bayliss and
  • R. Howarth, 653; Fish-Plates and Fasteners for, G II. Wells, 485 ; Joining Rails, J. Glanz, 653 ; Keyless Railway Chairs, C. J. Howe and J. W. Proom, 147; Metallic Sleepers, R. A. Hardcastle, 653 ; Metallic Sleepers and Fas¬tenings for, 11. Bankart, 147; Rail Fasteners, G. II. Wells, 653 ; Rail Joints, J. Shipley, 305 ; Rail Wedge Holder, R. Barker, 653 ; Rails and Chairs, T. G. Hardie, 653; Railway Switches,
  • Boyd, 485 ; A Railway Tie and Rail Fasten¬ing Device, L. E. Whipple, 485 ; Screw-Bolts, J. L. Pope, 653 ; Securing Rails, A. T. Allen and II. Cavill, 653; J. Duffield, 305; J. T. Gardner, 485; II. W. Martin, 485; E. IF. Stoney, 147 ; Securing Rails to Metal Sleepers, J. M. Stuart and F. II. Gill, 305 ; Securing Rails in Railway Chairs, E. G. Lynde, 147 ; Sleeper Chairs and Fastenings, A. Murray, Working Railway Switches, E. and J. H. Walker, 485
  • Railway Rolling Stock : 26, 147, 148, 305, 306, 358, 485, 486, 653
  • Appliances to Axle-Boxes of Vehicles to Prevent Wearings, D. Halpin, 306 ; Appliances for Coupling and Uncoupling, IF. and T. Hill and E. T. Turner, 653; Axle-Boxes, H. K. Austin, 486; Ball Bearings, F. H. Anderton and G. W. Elliott, 26 ; C. D. de Saint-Sauveur, 148; Bogies for Railway Vehicles, W. H. Sisum, 147 ; Buffers, A. Jackson, 486 ; J. Trip- pett and T. and H. Searls, 147 ; G. Turton, 653 ; Car Movers, C. L. Barnhart, 653 ; Coup¬lings, T. E. Barlow, IF, Schofield, and J. Royston, 486; W. Dryden, 148; E. II. A. Heinke, 148 ; T. L. McKeen, 486; G. F. Mar¬tin, 148; J. Simpson, 147 ; Crank Webs for Engines and Machines, C. E. Stretton, 147 ; De¬livering Sand on to the Rails in Front of the Driving Wheels of a Locomotive, F. Holt, 305 ; A Device for Indicating the Class of Railway Carriages, B. Looker, 486; Divided Car Axle, G. W. Bedbury, 148; Dumping Trolleys, G. Warttinger and G. Rosenberg, 358; Engines, E. Foden, 485 ; Feed-Water Purifiers for Locomotives, J. T. Mead and J. Thomson, 148; Gas Engines, E. F. Macgeorge, 305; Goods Trucks, W. R. Tarver and A. Bryan, 485; Laminated Springs, F. Kamper, 486: Locomotive Clack Boxes and Check Valves, C.
  • S. Madan, 653; Lubricating, T. S. Peck and E. G. Brownell, 365 ; Passenger Carriages, G. C. Rice, 486 ; Railway Wheels, L. Sterne, Spring Buffers, A. Wilson, 485; Steam Engines, T. Hunt, 305 ; Tip Wagons, P. Fowler, 148; Trucks for Centre-Rail Elevated Rail¬roads, E. A. Bartholomew, 148; Valve Gear,
  • R. Rickie, 653; Wheels, C. C. Braithwaite, 486
  • Railways, Cable : 653
  • Lifting Mechanism for Cables, J. J. Endres, 653
  • Railways, Electric : 252, 305
  • S. II. Short and J. W. Nesmith, 252 ; M. Volk, 252; Motors for, E. J. Sprague, 305
  • Refrigerating Machinery : 123, 172, 410, 662 E. E. Hendrick, 172; F. B. Hill and W. A. Gorman, 123; T. L. Rankin, 123; Forming and Maintaining Ice Surfaces and Treating the Atmosphere of Glaciaria and for Cooling Cham¬bers, W. W. Nightingale, 562 ; Manufacture of Ice, C. Linde, 410
  • Regulating Apparatus : 410 Gas Regulators, II. E. Bromhead, 410; Re¬gulating the Supply of Pulverulent Material to Machinery, IF. Ilenneberg, 410
  • Rock Drills, &c. : 512
  • C. Bomct, 512; Boring and /Vir Coursing Ma¬chine, R. Stanley, 512
  • Rolling and Forging ; 612, 358 E. Davies, G. Partington, and A. Bullough, 512; H. W. Hollis, 512 ; E. E. Wood, 512 ; Re¬ducing Steel Railroad Rails to Plate Metal, L. W. Sinsabaugh, 512 ; Rolling Mills, C. Hesscn- bruch, 358 ; Rolling Trains, H. Bleckmann, 512
  • ROPES, Belts, &c. : 26, 48, 561 (See also Motion, Transmitting, and also Ships, &c.)
  • S. Hallidie, 661; J. Humble and H. M. Morrison, 561; W. L. Teter, 561; Belt- Fasteners, W. J. Brewer, 26; Material for Driving Belts, &c., W. F. Thomas, 26; Bivet¬ting Belts, &c., W. Birch, 226; Wire Rope, G. R. Cooke and S. R. Millen. 48
  • Sewage, Treatment ok: 48, 632 G. W. Bremner, 632; C. T. Kingzett, 632; by Compressed Air, S. II. Johnson and C. C. Hutchinson, 48; by the Lime Process for the Production of Cement, G. R. Redgrave, 632; Ovens for, J. II. Wocd, 632
  • Ships, Boats, &c., and Fittings ; 147, 305, 485, 486, 653
  • IF. A. F. Blakcney, 485; Anchors, C. O. Bur¬bank, 147 ; J. Davies, 485 ; W. P. Strawson, 653 ; Armour-Plating Ships and Smaller Craft, E. P. Clayson, 305; Apparatus for the Propulsion of, J. F. Rocca-Ziegler and La Société Schwob Frères, 653; Buffers for Ships’ Steering Goar, 11. Alehin, 653 ; A Combined Compass and Course Corrector for Ships, R. H. T. Plumb, 485 ; Compasses, A. Mitchell, 485 ; Detaching Apparatus for, J. Donaldson, 147 ; Distributing Oil upon the Surface of Water, S. Palmer and II. S. Barron, 147 ; An Electro-Magnetic Marine Governor, G. A. Smith, 305; Faci¬litating the Hoisting In and Out of Heavy Boats, P. G. B. Westmacott, 147 ; Governing Marine Screw Propeller Engines, G. T. Grey and G. Burnett, 147 ; Governing the Speed of Marine Engines, F. H. Eijdman, 653; Hydraulic Apparatus for Lifting Heavy Boats from the Water, P. G. B. Westmacott, S05 ; Hydraulic Steering Engines and Starting Engines, C. Stout, 305; Hydropropulsion and Steering of, A. C. Nagel, R. H. Kaemp, and A. Linnenbrllgge, 653; Machinery for Manufac¬turing Chain Cables, J. J. Lafitte, 653 ; Marine Governors, C. Dickenson, 485 ; Navigating or Propelling, W. II. Prestwich, 305 ; Opening and Shutting Water-Tight Sliding Doors for Bulkheads of Ships, W. Madge and J. T. Ford, 485 ; Paddles for, W. Forster, J. Craw¬ford, and E. E. Hoyle, 147 ; Propeller, R. J. Rae, 147 ; Propulsion of Steam, R. Morris, 653 ; Screw Propellers, F. Friedenthal, 147 ; Ships’ Riding Bitts, E. J. Eyres, 485 ; Sounding De¬vice, H. Schoening, 147 ; Steering Gear, J. II. Biles and J. McKechnie, 485 ; J. D. Jack, 485 ; J. Leveille, 305 ; E. B. Shuttleworth,4Sb ; J. J. Thomycroft, 485 ; Steering Propellers, J. J. KUnstadter, 653 ; Submarine Torpedo Vessels, C. D. Goubet, 653 ; Torpedo Nets, D. B. Morison and II. Checsman, 486 ; Torpedoes, Scott, 486 ; Universal Joints for Screw Propellers and Propeller Shafts, S. Orlando, 147; Unloading Grain from Ships, T. R. F. Karlowa, 485; Ventilating Stokeholes and Supplying Fires with Heated Air, A. Laing, 485
  • Signalling (See also Indicating): 26, 100, 148, 486, 654
  • G. Brockman, 148 ; E. D. Dougherty, 486 ; T. T. Powell, 486; An Automatic Signalling Electrical Press Button, F. T. and T. L. Haig and G. B. and B.F. Howard, 654 ; Compensating Apparatus for Imparting the Required Ten¬sion to the Wires of Signals, C. E. Gaunt, 486; Detonating Fog Signals for Railways, W. F. Ruston, 486 ; Electrical, II. P. F. Jensen, B. W. Webb, and J. Jensen, 100; Electrical Bells, J. S. Sledge and A. Matter, 100 ; Electrical Ind:cator, E. W. Lancaster, 100: Electro- Hydraulic Vacuum Apparatus, C. Diener and
  • A. Mayrhofer, 100 ; Hydraulic Apparatus for Utilising the Deflection of a Rail due to a Passing Train for Signalling, Siemens and Ilalske, 148; Interlocking Levers in Railway Point and Signal Apparatus, J. P. O'Donnell, 148; Producing Sonorous Signals, C. Ingrey, 26
  • Sounds, Reproduction of : 3S2 The Volta Graphophone Company, 382 ; The Volta Graphophone Company, 382 ; by Means of Radiant Energy, The Volta Graphophone Company, 382 ; from Phonographic Records, The Volta Graphophone Company, 382
  • Steering (See Ships)
  • Switches, Electrical: 100, 252 A. Bechstein, 252; C. Browett, 100 ; Auto¬matic Electrical Circuit, F. N. Gisborne and
  • II. Keeley, 252; for Electric Lighting, N. G. Thompson, 252
  • Telegraphy and Telephony : 09, 251, 252, 381, 382,537,538, 607, 608, 654 (See also Sounds)
  • Berliner, 252; E. II. Brown, 252; G. A. Cardwell and W. P. Arnold, 537 ; L. de Com- bettes, 99; J. E. Dann and J. Lapp, 381; C. L. Davies, 99 ; T. A. Edison, 99; P. Gannon, 607 ; IF. C. Lockwood, 698 ; J. G. Lorrain, 607 ; J. Munro, 99 ; A. M. Rosebrugh, 381; D. J. Smith and D. Sinclair, 537; S. P. Thompson, 537 ; <S. P. Thompson, 537 ; H. S. Thornberry, 381; H. Westman, 251; Acoustic Telephone Lines, A. Lc Neve Foster, 99 ; Au¬tomatic Devices, E. J. Mallet, 608 ; Combina¬tion of Telephonic Apparatus and Electric Bells, La Société P. Barbier et Cie., 381; Con¬trolling the Passage of Electric Currents in Telephonic and other Electric Circuits, La Société P. Barbier et Cie., 381; Device for, A. M. Rosebrugh, 537; Device for Straining and Fastening Guy Ropes or Wire Stays of Tele¬graph Posts, D. Sinclair, 251; Diaphragms or Tympana for Telephones, The Stanhope Com¬pany and G. L. Anders, 538; Electric Signal¬ling Apparatus, The International Dudley Signal Company, 608 ; Facilitating the Trans¬mission of Telephonic Sounds, II. A. Kent, 607 ; Fastenings for Coupling the Ends of Ropes Containing an Insulated Wire, S. Trott and
  • A. Hamilton, 251; Induction Coils, E. B. Hamlin, 607 ; Localising Faults in Submarine Telegraph Cables or Trench Lines, J. Gott and H Kingsford, 654 ; Metallic Poles for Tele¬graph Lines, F. N. Gisborne, 381 ; Printing Telegraphs, G. B. Scott, 251; Receivers, Ap¬paratus, and Circuits for Telephonic Com¬munication, IF. Marshall, 382; Signalling, L.
  • Ferreira, 381; Signalling and Switching, Apparatus for, A. Coleman and F. Brown, 537 ; Synchronous Movements and Telegraphy, I*. B. Delany, 99; Telegraphic Recording Instru¬ments, The New Haven Clock Company, 381 ; A Telephone Toll System, II. Edmunds and C.
  • T Howard, 251 ; Transmitters, G. L. Anders, 537 ; Miles and Co., 251; R. H. Ridout, 381; La Société Générale des Tèléphones, 251; S. P. Thompson, 251
  • Tools, Machine : 47,225,357,511 Centrifugal Machines, E. Rothe, 511; Cork- Boring Machines, J. Dakin, 511 ; Cutting Grinding, and Polishing Curved Surfaces, J. and J. Erie, 511; Cutting Machine, J. M. Mari- 47 ; Drawing Metals, Alloys, or Wires, V. J. Grandperrin, 511; Drill Presses, 0. Smith, 225 ; Drilling Machines, H. Noyes, 47 ; 2’. II. IFard,; Duplex Automatic Jigging Machine, J. Kitto, J. H. Webb, and A. Paul, 511; Forming and Punching Tubes, The Babcock and Wilcox Company, 47; Lathes, M. F. Starke and M. Weinrebe, 357 ; Making Saws, S. E. Mower and T. Fowler, 47; Mortising Machines, J. B Ilamond, 47; Perforating Sheet Metals, 11'. Rhodes, 357 ; Punching, Shearing, &c., W. Whited, 225 ; Revolving Cutter Holder, T. M. Hobson and E. Harrison, 47 ; Rivetting, Punch¬ing, or Shearing, L. Delaloe, 511; Rolls for Reducing Old Rails to Flat Bars, E. D. Wassell, 47; Rotary Cutting, La Société Heilmann- Ducommun and Steinlen, 357 ; Slotting Ma¬chines, S. Dixon, 511; Spring Bending Ma¬chines, G. Norwood, 357 ; Stamping Machines, J. R. Crapper and S. Boarz, 225; A Steam Hammer, A. Taylor, 225; Sun and Planet Wheel Driving Gear, P. P. Hure, 611; Threaded Bolts, <Sic., A. II. Emery, 47 ; Universal Carriers for Dovetailing Machines, J. Anderson, 357 ; Valve Gear for Steam Hammers, C. Davy, 47 ; Wheels for Grinding or Polishing, F. Cooper and J. C. W. Stanley, 47
  • Tools, Small : 47, 225, 357, 511 Bending the Edges of Metal Plates, J. R. Cummings, 47; Bending Rails, &c., E. C. Dixon and J. Abbott, 611; “Coke Gripes,” T. N. Robson, 48 ; Hand Drills or Tool Carriers, J. L. Shorrock, 511; Instantaneous Grip Vices, J. W. Midgley, 357 ; Miners’ Picks, M. Withers, 357; Oval or Elliptical Soldering Machine, J. W. Brooke, 225 ; Parallel Vices, J. W. Midgley, 47 ; with Taper Motion, J. S. L. Ash- forth, 357 ; Pipe, Tube, Stud, and Iron Rod Wedge Grip Attachment for Spanners, J. Lynn and W. Timms, 47 ; Screw-Cutting Taps and Dies, E. Cope and A. Hollings, 47 ; A Screw- Driver, 11. C. Chocqueel, 511 ; Shafts of Picks and other Tools, A. E. Stayner, 48; Shovels, Spades, and Hoes, J. W. Calef, 225 ; Tool Stock or Brace, G. E. Smart, 225; A Universal Wrench, R. Cochrane, 225; A Vice, G. II. Wells, 47; A Wrench, M. Rotter and IF. F. Gulick, 357 ; Wrenches, A. P. Quigley, 511
  • Tramways : 148, 306, 486, 654
  • E. Adlard, 486; Apparatus for Actuating Brakes on, G. E. Dehany, 654 ; Cleaning the Rails, J. Dozo, 486; Dummy Points, A. Dicken¬son, 306 ; Lines, II. Emery and S. White, 486 ; Metallic Wheels, T. Mallaband, 654 ; and Rail¬way Rolling Stock, J. Menzies, 306; Sleepers and Fittings for, W. Strapp and G. Edwards, 148 ; Starting, and Applying the Brake, S. L. Norris, 148; Starting Tramcars, 5. Bourne, 306
  • Traps, Steam : 74
  • N. Curtis, 74 ; C. Watson and A. Gaukroger, 74
  • Triturating : 226, 436
  • J. R. Alsing, 436; Cylinders, J. R. Alsing, 226, 436
  • Tubes, <Scc., Forming : 358, 410, 512
  • IF. D. Grimshaw, 512; Expanding and Staving the Ends of Tubes, J. R. Thomson, 358; Fireboxes of Steam Boilers, S. Fox,
  • Forming Serpentine Tubes, The Babcock and Wilcox Company, 358; Metal Tubes and Cylinders, F. Elmore, 410; Weldlcss Metallic Pipes, S. Fox, 358
  • Valves and Taps : 26,124 , 278, 400 II. Aylesbury and J. Milne, 26 ; La Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, 26; J. Cort and S. Stephenson, 278 ; J. Dawson andG. A. Senior, 124 ; R. M. Deelcy, 124; C. II. Gerson, 409; W. Lockwood, 124 ; T. Murphy, 278 ; F. H. Wenham and J. II. Sheldrake, 278 ; Actuating the Valves Used in Heating, Cooling, and Ventilating, J. G. Lorrain, 26 ; Ball Valves, 11. II, Sparton, 278 ; Floats for Regulating the Motion of Valves, F. N. Mackay, 409 ; Metal Taps, S. W. Smith, 26 ; Pressure-Reducing Valves, G. Cockburn and A. IF. Baird, 409; J. R. Eothergill, 26 ; Sluice or Stop, J. Ether- ington, 124 ; J. A. and J. Hopkinson, 124 ; Three-Way, J. R. Thomson, 124
  • Velocipedes : 306
  • Propelling, Baron F. von Plastring, 306 ; by Gas or Petroleum, G. Dailmer, 306
  • Ventilating : 561
  • J. Howorth, 561; Steam, C. McWhirter, 561
  • Water, Heating : 26 C. J. Ball, 26; W. J. Righton, 26
  • Wheels : 148,226, 512, 654 Iron, E. Pritchard, 148 ; E. W. Warriner and A. II. Marriott, 226; Traction, W. A. Loud, 654 ; Tyres, R. B. Black and W. Jones, 512 ; whereby Shock is Diminished, T. Bolas, 654
  • Wire : 48, 358
  • Continuous Nail Wire, T. Fowler and T. B. De Forest, 358; Dies for Making Nail Wire, T. Fowler and T. B. De Forest, 358; Winding and Coiling Apparatus for Wire Netting, J. and J. Lvsaght, 358 ; Winding and Preparing Wire, F.‘G. Riley, 48

NAMES OF PATENTEES.

  • Aciikson, E. G., Electrical Conductors, 382
  • Adams, E. T., Rotary Pump, Applicable also as a Motor, Blower, or Exhauster, 611
  • Adlard, A. E., Tramcars, 486
  • Ainsworth, It. H., and Manby, E. E., Appa¬ratus for Scouring, Washing, &c., 632 Aland, H., Rotary Fans for Producing or Induc¬ing Currents of Air, 358
  • Albin, E., Steam Boiler Furnaces, 74
  • Alehin, A. II., Buffers for Ships’ Steering Gear, 653 , „
  • Allen, A. T., and Cavill, II., Appliances for Secur¬ing Railway Rails, 653
  • Allen, A. T., and Cavill, II., Pistons and Rings for Stuffing-Boxes, 278
  • Allibon, G., Marine Steam Engines, 73
  • Allicott, J. B., and Haughton, G. P., Centrifugal Drying Machines, 226
  • Allin, S. S., Water Motors, 331
  • Alsing, J. R., Triturating Cylinders, 226, 436
  • Alsing, J. R., Triturating, 436
  • Amet, E. H., Regulating the Speed of Engines for Driving Dynamo-Electrical Machines, 007
  • Anders, G. L., Telephonic Transmitters, 537
  • Anderson, G., Distribution of Gas and Air in Furnaces wherein Gaseous Fuel is Used, and Heating the Same, 171
  • Anderson, J., Universal Carriers for Dovetailing Machines, 357
  • Anderson, IF., Water Raising Apparatus, 47
  • Anderton, F. H., and Elliott, G. W., Construc¬tion of Ball and Roller Bearings for Machinery and Rolling Stock, 26
  • Andreae, B., Generation of Gas for Lighting and Heating, 435
  • Andrews, G., Balance for Hydraulic Lifts, 48
  • Arbuthnot, Sir W. W., Mercer, N. A., and Guy, J. B., Portable Inclosed Blast Rivet Heating Furnace Stove, 631
  • Archer, J. B., Boiler Furnaces for Combustion of Gaseous Fuel, 584
  • Archer, J. B., Conversion into Gas and Combus¬tion of Liquid Hydro-Carbons, 171
  • Archer, J. B., Manufacturing Water Oil Gas, 435
  • Armstrong, J. T., Certain Elements for Electrical Batteries, 608
  • Arnoult, G., Electric Targets, 382
  • Arrol, T. A., and Pringle, J., Reversing Gear, 675
  • Ashcroft, E. A., Arc Lamps,007
  • Ashforth, J. S. L., A Parallel Vice with Taper Motion, 357
  • Aubert, J. J. A., Electric Meters, 654
  • Austin, H. K., Axle-Boxes, 480
  • Aylesbury, IL, and Milne, J., Valves or Taps, 26
  • Babcock, G. IL, Air or Gas Engines, 461
  • Babcock and Wilcox Company, The, Forming and Punching Tubes, 47
  • Babcock and Wilcox Company, The, Forming Serpentine Tubes, 358
  • Babcock and Wilcox Company, The, A Header for Sectional Steam Generators, &c., 462
  • Bachmeyer, A, Sectional Boilers, 584
  • Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik, Manufacture of Yellow and Orange Colouring Matters, 632
  • Bailey, C. I. C., A Filter, 562
  • Bailey, C. T. C., and Dean, S. C., Making and Utilising Wator and Oil Gas, 435 Bailly, P., Active Electrodes and their Applica¬tion to Primary and Secondary Batteries, 608
  • Baker, H. B., and Blazer, G. B., Steam Boiler Cleaners, 462
  • Baker, W. Y., and White, L., India-Rubber Rings for Pipe Joints, 25
  • Ball, C. J., Expanding Gases and Vaporising Fluids and Liquids, 26
  • Ball, F., Hydraulic Rams, 357
  • Bankart, IL, Fastenings for the Permanent Way of Railways, 147
  • Bankart, H., Metallic Sleepers and Fastenings for the Permanent Way of Railways, 147
  • Banks, E. J., Flat Ropes, 410
  • Barker, R., An Improved Pipe Coupling, 278
  • Barker, IL, Rail Wedge Holder, 653
  • Barlow, T. F., Schojield, IF., and lloyston, J., Apparatus for Coupling and Uncoupling Rail¬way Vehicles, 486
  • Barnhart, C. L., Car Movers, 653
  • Barrett, H., and Varley, J. J., Driving Bands and Straps, 410
  • Barry, W., and Jones, G. W., Indicators for Water Gauge Glasses, 200
  • Bartholomew, F. A., Trucks for Centre-Rail Elevated Railroads, 148
  • Bate, H., Travelling through the Atmosphere, 148
  • Bates, IL, Rifle Sight Elevators, 25
  • Batho, IF. F., and Cockburn, S. if., Automatic Gear for Opening and Closing Excavators, &c., 48
  • Bauer, J. C., Feeding Steam Boilers, 462
  • Baugh, B., Fixing Enamelled Iron Plates, 512
  • Baxter, W. IL, Stone-Breaking and Crushing Machines Elevating and Screening Apparatus, 562
  • Baylis, P., Slide Valves of Steam Engines, 73
  • Bayliss, W., and Howarth, IL, Railway and Tramway Fish-Bolts and Tie-Bars, 653 Beatson, W., Blasting in Mines, 278
  • Beaver, 11. A., Safety Braking Apparatus, 48
  • Bechaux L., Distillation and Rectification of Liquids, 632
  • Bechstein, A., Electrical Switches, 252
  • Bedbury, G. W., Divided Car Axle, 148
  • Behrens, E. A., Bleaching and Refining Resins, &c., 676
  • Beldam, A., Packing for Stuffing-Boxes, 676
  • Bell, A., Filters, 124
  • Belle, W., Measuring and Indicating Tap, 561
  • Benham, E. B., Fluid Pressure Motors, 583
  • Bennett, S. G., Hoisting Machinery, 48
  • Berliner, E., Telephonic Apparatus, 252
  • Bernard, A. F. L., Locking Nuts upon their Screw Bolts, 278
  • Bernardi, E., Gas Engines, 462
  • Beverley, T. IF., Blowing Machines, 220
  • Bigelow, II. hl., Regulating the Pressure in Steam Boilers, 584
  • Biles, J. IL, and McKechnie, J., Steering Gear, 485
  • Birch, W., Rivetting Chains, Belts, &c., 226
  • Black, R. B., and Jones, W., Tyres, 512
  • Blackett, W. C., Double Sockets for Metal Ropes, 124
  • Blackett, W. C., Sockets for Metal Ropes, 410
  • Blakemore, J. E., and Randall, S. A., Oil Feeders for Valves, 562
  • Blakency, IF. A. F., Ships, 485
  • Blakcney, IF. II., Actuating Brakes, 486
  • Bleckmann, H., Rolling Trains, 612
  • Bolas, T., Wheels, whereby Jar and Shock is Diminished, 654
  • Bolton, F., Cartridge Cases, 25
  • Bondy, L., Extracting Wrought Iron and Steel Directly from Ores, 436
  • Bonna, A., Fluid Meters which are Applicable for Use as Motors, 561
  • Bonna, A., A Fluid Meter, also Applicable for Use as a Motor, 409
  • Bornet, C., Rock Drills, 512
  • Bourne, S., Starting Vehicles by the I’ull of Animal or other Draught Power, 306
  • Bouvier, G., Cartridge Cases, 123
  • Boyd, A., Railway Switches, 485
  • Bradcr, C., A Covering for Steam Pipes, &c., 512
  • Brain, F., Shot Firing and Blasting in Mines by the Agency of Electricity, 562
  • Braithwaite, C. C., Railway Wheels, 486
  • Brandsma, W., Pumps, 47
  • Bremner, G, W., Treatment of Sewage Matters, 032
  • Brentnall, J. C., Furnaces for Steam Generators, 331
  • Brewer, W. J., Machinery Belt Fasteners, 20
  • Bricy, M. L, A. de, Chains, 278
  • Brin, A., Electric Lamps, 537
  • Brin, A., Manufacture of Bioxide of Barium, 032
  • Brock, IF., Compound Steam Engines, 461
  • Brockman, G., Signalling Trains. 148
  • Bromhead, II. F., Gas Regulators, 410
  • Brooke, J. W., Oval or Elliptical Soldering Ma¬chine, 225
  • Browett, C., Electrical Switches, 100
  • Brown, A., Hopper Dredgers, 357
  • Brown, A B., Hydraulic Cranes, 220
  • Brown, A. 11. W., Economising Fuel and Con¬suming Smoke in Steam Boilers, 462
  • Brown, F. II., Magneto-Telephonic Apparatus, 252
  • Brown, J., and Porter, T. A., Cranes, 48
  • Brown, O., Liquid Meters, 124
  • Bruce, E. H. S., Sandwich Boards for Advertising by Night by Means of Electric Light, 252
  • Brunjes, F., Production of Carbonate of Potas¬sium from Chloride or Sulphate of Potassium, 436
  • Bucknill, J. T., Electric Contact Makers and Breakers, 608
  • Budenberg, A., Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, 561
  • Burbank, C. O., Anchors, 147
  • Burchardt, C. T., Applying Auxiliary Heat to
  • Steam Boilers, and Carrying it into Effect, 676
  • Burgh, N. P., and Gray, A., Motors Actuated by the Expansion of Gases Resulting from the Combustion of Fuel in the Motor, 675
  • Burjorji, A., Thermo-Electric Batteries, 608
  • Burton, B., Automatic Machine Guns, 277
  • Butler, A. E. and H. M., Levelling Shafting, 48
  • Butler, S., Compound Engines Worked by Steam or other Motive Fluid, 461
  • Butler, S., Manufacture of Compressed Fuel from Coal, 436
  • Butler S., Oscillatory Engines, 583
  • Butterfield, W., Grain Binding Machines, 409
  • Butterworth, S., Regulating the Speed of Motive Engine, 533
  • Cahen, H. E., Manufacture of Steel, 171
  • Calef, J. W., Shovels, Spades, and Hoes, 225
  • Campbell, H., Gas Engines, 461
  • Campbell, J. II., Utilising Binary Liquids as a Motive Power, 583
  • Cardwell, G. A., and Arnold, W. P., Telegraphy, 537
  • Carlyle, W. A., Polishing Paste, 26
  • Carricabum, L. B., Actuating the Valves of Duplex Steam Engines, 199
  • Carver, J., A Device for Gripping Cords, &c., 410
  • Case, IF. JB., Conversion of Heat Energy into Electrical Energy, 100
  • Caswell, H., Furnaces, 171
  • Chertemps et Cie., Carbon for Electric Lamps and other Electrical Apparatus, 99
  • Chesebrough, R. A., Hot-Air Furnaces, 171
  • Chesebrough, R. A., Steam Generators and Superheaters, 584
  • Chocqueel, H. C., Screw-Drivers, 511
  • Clark, C. L., Electrically Indicating, at a Distance the Movements of any Regularly Operated Device, 538
  • Clark, F. M., and Low, F. K., Cleaning Boiler and other Tubes, 402
  • Clawson, C. C., Automatic Weighing Machines, 278
  • Clayson, E. P., Armour-Plating Ships and Smaller Craft, 305
  • Clayton, J. and J., Filters, 410
  • Clayton, R., Mason, J., and Cresswcll, A. J. S., Moulds for Casting Hollow Ware, 612
  • Clifford, IF., Safety Lamps, 277
  • Cline, L., Artificial Fuel, 172
  • Cluse, W., Fire Escapes, 562
  • Clgne, J., Valve Ports and Steam Passages of Cylinders, 675
  • Cobbett, W. W., Strap Forks and Belt Guides, 562
  • Cobley, T. H., Manufacture of Carbon Alum, and Using the Same, 632
  • Cochrane, R., A Universal Wrench, 225
  • Cockburn, G., and Baird, A. IF., Pressure Re¬ducing Valves, 409
  • Cockburn, S. SI., Excavators, Grabs, and Buckets, 358
  • Coleman, A., and Brown F., Signalling a Switch¬ing Apparatus for Telephonic Purposes, 537
  • Collin, O., and Co., Antiseptic, 032
  • Collman, A., Piston-Rods, 676
  • Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company, The, Brccchloading Firearms, 123
  • Combctlcs, L. de., Telephonic Apparatus, 99
  • Compagnie de Fives-Lille, La, Continuously Act¬ing Centrifugal Apparatus, 226
  • Compagnie Générale Tvansatlantiquc, La, Valves, 26
  • Cooke, O. R., and Millen, S. R., Wire Rope, 48
  • Cooke, W., Steam Boilers, 74
  • Cooper, C. IF., Hydraulic Engines, 076
  • Cooper, F., and Stanley, J. C. W., Wheels for Grinding or Polishing, 47
  • Cooper, IF., and Uoldsu'orth, J., Automatic Dredger, 511
  • Cope, E., and Hollings, A., Taps and Dies, 47
  • Corbett, J., Pipe Joints, 25
  • Cornish, T., Permanent Way of Railways and Tramways, 485
  • Cort, J., and Stevenson, S., Valves, 278
  • Coster, J., Extracting Mechanism of Breechload¬ing Small Arms, 25
  • Coulson, M., Heating, Purifying, and Softening Water for Boilers, 74
  • Couse, C., Automatic Lubricators for Steam En¬gines, 462
  • Craig, G., Treatment of Blast Furnace or other Slags for Subsequently Obtaining Useful Pro¬ducts therefrom, 654
  • Craigs, T. E., Polished Sheet Iron, 171
  • Crapper, J. R., and Boary, S., Stamping Ma¬chines, 225
  • Creecy, C. E., Gun Carriages, 123
  • Creeey, C. E., Gun Carriages, 409
  • Crossley, F. W., Gas Engine, 73
  • Crossley, L. J., and Hicks, J. J., Incandescont Electric Lamps, 607
  • Cummings, J. R., Bending the Edges of Metal Plates, 47
  • Currie, S. C. C., and Timmis, T. A., An Electric Air Pump, 100
  • Curtis, N., Steam Trap, 74
  • Curtis, N. W., Motive Bower Rotarj’ Engine, Applicable also as a Condenser and Pump, 73
  • Dailmer, 0., Vehicles Propelled by a Gas or Petroleum Motor Engine, 306
  • Dakin, J., Cork-Boring Machines, 511
  • Dalziel, A , Automatic Electric Fire Alarm, 538
  • Dann, J. E.,and Lapp, J., Telephonic Apparatus, 381
  • Darragh, J. II., Rotary Engines, 675
  • Davey, H., Steam Generators, 74
  • Davey, IL, Steam Motors, 331
  • Davies, C. L , Telegraphy and Telephony, 99
  • Davies, E., Partington, G., and Bullough, A., Forging Blank Bolts, &c., 612
  • Davies, J., Anchors, 485
  • Davis, D., Coating Metal Plates with Tin or Alloys, 358
  • Davison, IF., Attaching Rail Chairs to Metal Sleepers, 653
  • Davy, C., Valve Gear for Steam Hammers, 47
  • Dawson, D. li., Explosive Projectiles, Applicable for Extending Electrical Communicating Lines, 128
  • Dawson, D. R., Line-Throwing Guns, 25
  • Dawson, II. T., Gas Engines, 331
  • Dawson, J., and Senior, G. A., Fluid Valves, 124
  • De St. Dalmas, A. F. E., Wood Paving, 562
  • Deeley, R. M., Valves for Controlling the Move¬ment of Engines, 124
  • Dehany, G. E., Apparatus for Actuating Tram- car Brakes, 054
  • Dsighton, IF., Furnaces for Treating Ores, 631
  • Delaloe, L., Rivetting, Punching, or Shearing Machines, 511
  • Delany, P. B., Synchronous Movements and Telegraphy, 99
  • Dempster, A., Purifying and Enriching Coal Gas, 631
  • Dempster, R., Stand-Pipes for Gas Retorts, 171
  • Dcsruellcs, L. A. IF., Electric Batteries, 100
  • Dewrance, J., Sight-Feed Lubricators, 502
  • Dick, R., and Kennedy, R„ Arc Lamps, 99
  • Dick, R., and Kennedy, IL, Mercurial Vacuum Pumps, 225
  • Dickenson, A., Dummy Points for Tramways, 306
  • Dickenson, O., Marine Governors, 485
  • DicHzwon, R. E., Exhausting, Blowing, and Pumping, 47
  • Diencr, C., and Mayrhofer, C. A., Electro- Hydraulic Vacuum Apparatus, 100
  • Dimancea, H., Revolving Small Arms, 277
  • Dixon, E. C., and Abbott, J., An Apparatus for Bending Rails, &c., 511
  • Dixon, S., Slotting Machines, 511
  • Donaldson, J., Detaching Apparatus for Boats and Vessels, 147
  • Donaldson, IF., Pumps Actuated by Fluid Pres¬sure, 225, 511
  • Donnelcy, A., Water Gauges, 25
  • Dougherty, E. D., Railway Signalling, 486
  • Dow, G. E., Airor Gas Compressors, 43
  • Dozo, J., Cleaning the Rails and Grooves of Tramways, 486
  • Drake, B. M., and Gorham, J. M., Measuring
  • Electric Currents, 100
  • Drummond, W. A., Increasing the Steam-Producing Power of Steam Boilers, 076
  • Dryden, W., Couplings for Railway Wagons, 148
  • Duffield, J., Securing Rails and Chairs to Sleepers, and the Ends of Rails to each other, 305
  • Dun, A., and Hasslacher, F., Galvanic Batteries, 608
  • Durozad, G., Manufacturing Sugar from Amy¬laceous and Cellulose Matters, 032
  • Dusert, L., Lubricating, 25
  • Dyer, L. and C. IL, and Sawyer, G. S., Rope Guides for Pulleys, 662
  • Edison, T. A., Telegraphy, 99
  • Edmunds, H., and Howaid, C. T., A Telephone Toll System, 251
  • Eickcrshoff, J. II., Stoam Engines, 73
  • Eijdman, F. H„ Governing the Speed of Marine Steam Engines, 663
  • Elieson, C. P., Storage Batteries, 252
  • Ellam, J., and Adams, E. T. J., Pipe Joints, 562
  • Ellery, II. G., and Gent, J. T., Battery Jars, 608
  • Ellery, H. G., and Gent, J. T., Electric Indica¬tors, 638
  • Elmore, F., Metal Tubes and Cylinders, 410
  • Emery, A. IL, Increasing the Strength of Threaded Bolts, &e., 47
  • Emery, H., and White, S., Railway and Tram¬way Lines, 486
  • Emmens, S. II., Compound Galvanic Batteries, 252
  • Endres, J. J., Cable Lifting Mechanism for Cable Railway Cars, 653
  • Engel, F. IL F., Generating Steam, Condensing Waste Steam, and Feeding the Generator, 402
  • Engelson, T., Steam Generators, 74
  • Etherington, J., Sluice or Stop Valves, 124
  • Evers, B. C., Injectors, 402
  • Eyres, E. J., Ships’ Riding Bitts, 485
  • Fahnehjelm, 0., Illuminating by Means of the Incandescence of Refractory Substances, 502
  • Fairbanks, H., Feed Water Heaters for Boilers, 462
  • Falconnet, E. F., Vessels and Apparatus for Aerial Navigation, 148
  • Farbenfabrikcn vorm Bayer and Co., Manufac¬ture of Violet and Blue Azo Dyes, 632
  • Farbfabrik vorm Brönner, Production of Colour¬ing Matters, 632
  • Farquhar, A., Metallic Packing for Engines, 74
  • Fender, IF., Wheels with Endless Rails, 654
  • Fenton, B., W. B., and C., Manufacture of Water Tuyeres, 631
  • Ferguson, A., An Equilibrium Slide Valve for Engines, 461
  • Ferreira, L. G., Telegraphic Signalling Appa¬ratus, 381
  • Field, E., Steam Engines, 675
  • Field, J. K. Treating Hydro-Carbon Bodies, 632
  • Fink, C., Lubricating Compounds, 26
  • Fisher, F. E., Separating Particles of Iron or Steel from other Substances, 172
  • Flaisohlcn, G., An Attachment for Firearms for Indicating when they arc Loaded, 123
  • Fleming, W. Y., and Ferguson, P., Compound Engines, 199
  • Fletcher, G., and Abell, IF. P„ Valve Gear, 461
  • Fliegel, J., and Puttmann, E., Enamelling Metal Sheets, 410
  • Foden, E., Locomotive Engines, 485
  • Foden, E., Thrashing Machines, 561
  • Eoos Manufacturin'! Company, The, Combined Grinding and Crushing Mills, 358
  • Forster, W., Crawford, J., and Hoyle, E. E., Paddles for Boats, 147
  • Fosberg, G. F., Magazine or Repeating Firearms, 277
  • Foster, A. Lc Neve, Acoustic Telephonic Lines, 99
  • Foster, F., Generating Carbonic Acid Gas Auto¬matically, 436
  • Foster, J. S., Aerial Locomotion, 512
  • Fothergill, J., and Briggs, W., Stopping Engines, 332
  • Fothergill, J., and Briggs, W. and T., Stopping Engines, 654
  • Fothergill, J. R., Prossure Reducing Valves, 23
  • Fowler, I’., Tip Wagons, 118
  • Fowler, T., and De Forest, T. B., Continuous Nail Wire, 358
  • Fowler, T., and De Forest, T. B., Dies for Making Nail Wire, 358
  • Fox, S., Fireboxes of Steam Boilers, 358
  • Fox, S., Weldless Metallic Pipes and Tubes for
  • Internal Flues, Fireboxes, and Shells of Steam Boilers, 358
  • Francotte, A., A Gun-Lock, 561
  • Fraser, D., Telescopic Sights for Small Arms and Stock for Brcechloading Shot Guns, 25
  • Fraser, E. J., Treating Wines and Liquors with Electricity, 252
  • Fric, J. and J., Cutting, Grinding, and Polish¬ing Curved Surfaces, 511
  • Friedenthal, F., Screw Propellers, 147
  • Friedrich, E., Engines and Boilers in which
  • Steam or a Mixture of Steam and Hydro¬carbon Vapours is used, 199
  • Friend, J., High-Pressure Self-Closing Cock, 662
  • Frisbee, G., Pulverising, 226
  • Fromentin, J. E. E., Feed-Water Apparatus for Steam Boilers, 462
  • Frusher, T., Manufacture of Ink from Waste Dye Liquors, 436
  • Fyfe, W. W., Pumps, 47
  • Gaens, F., Explosive Compound for Firearms and Blasting Purposes, 56L
  • Gannon, P., Telephonic Apparatus, 607
  • Garbutt, F. C., Steam Generators, 462
  • Gardner, J. T., Securing Rails to Metallic Sleepers or Chairs, 485
  • Gas-motoren-Fabrik, Slides and Passages of Gas Motor Engines, 583
  • Gasking, A. J., Bands or Chains for the Trans¬mission of Work, 410
  • Gates, IF. L., Portable Galvanic Batteries, 608
  • Gathtnann, L., Grain Cleaning Machine, 277
  • Gaulard, L., and Gibbs, J. D., Arranging the In¬ducing and Induced Circuits of Secondary Generators Employed for the Distribution of Electrical Energy, 638
  • Gaunt, C. E., Compensating Apparatus for Im¬parting the Required Tension to the Wires of Signals, 486
  • George, 11. E. and E., Electric Autographic Printing Pens, 382
  • Gerson, C. IL, Cocks or Valves, 409
  • Gibbons, J., Axle or Shaft Bearings, 143
  • Gilmore, J., and Clarke, W. R., An Improved Pipe Joint, 25
  • Giraud, F., and Nee, E., Gas Burner with Electric Ignition, 332
  • Gisborno, F. N., Metallio Poles for Telegraph Lines, 381
  • Gisborne, F. N., and Keeley, D. H., Automatic Electrical Circuit Switches, 262
  • Gittins, W. H., Portable Cranes, 48
  • Glanz, J., Jointing of Railway Rails, 653
  • Glendinning, N., Treatment of Copper Liquors, 436
  • Goreham, W. F., Generating Steam, 676
  • Gott, J., and Kingsford, II., Localising Faults in Submarine Telegraph Cables or Trench Lines, 654
  • Goubet, C. D , Submarine Torpedo Vessels, 653
  • Grandpcrrin, V. .1., Drawing Metals, &c., 511
  • Gravier, A. T., Machines for Generating Electro¬motive Power, 381
  • Green, E., Fuel Economisers, 332
  • Greener, II., Rifle Vernier, 25
  • Greig, A., and Achilles, G., Wheels and Pulleys Suitable for Vehicles, and for Driving Shafting and Machinery, 306
  • Grey, G. T., and Burnett, G., Governing Marine Screw-Propeller Engines, 147
  • Griffiths, J. E., Constructing and Fitting Elec¬trical Insulators for Telegraphs, 382
  • Grimshaw, H., Treating Galvanised Iron or Steel, 632
  • Grimshaw, IF. D., Machines for Forming Tubes, and Covering Wires therewith, 612
  • Grober, F. and J., Ploughs, 409
  • Habirshaw, W. M., Insulated Wires, 603
  • Hackett, G., and Belcher, E., Breechloading Small Arms, 409
  • Haig, F. T. and T. L., and Howard, G. B. and B. F., An Automatic Signalling Press Button 654
  • Hall, A. T., Extracting Oils from Certain Waste Products, G32
  • Hall, A. T., Refining Vegetable Oils, 632
  • Hall, J. F., and Verity, J., Couplings for Shafts, 124
  • Hall, J. S., Feed Lubricators, 462
  • Hall, J. S., Oil and Grease Cups, 278
  • Hallidie, A. S., Wire Rope, 561
  • Hallwoith, IL, and Sharrock, .1. L., Packing for the Glass Tubes of Water Gauges, 25
  • Halpin, D., Appliances to Axle-Boxes of Vehicles to Protect the Wearing Parts of these and of Machinery Connected therewith, 306
  • Ham, J., Boiler Furnaces, 684
  • Hamlin E. B., Induction Coils for Telephonic Purposes, 607
  • Hamond, J. B., Mortising Machines, 47
  • Hampton, T., Fastening for the Permanent Way of Railways, 305
  • Hampton, T., and Facer, J., Casting Steel Ingots, 436
  • Ilanmore, II. M., Matison, R. V. S , and Keasbcy, H. G., Non-Conducting Composition for Pipes, Tubes, &c., 632
  • Hansel, J. G., and Krumbiegcl, F. L., Fur¬naces, 171
  • Hanson, J., Hydraulic Mains and Ascension Pipes for the Manufacture of Coal Gas, 435
  • Hardcastle, R. A., Metallic Sleepers for Rail¬ways, 653
  • Ilardie, T. G., Rails and Railway Chairs, 653
  • Hardman, J., Obtaining Carbolic Acid and other Tar Acids from Tar Oils, 172
  • Hargreaves, 11, and Bardslcy, J., Gas Regu¬lators, 277
  • Hargreaves, W., and Inglis, W., Compound Steam Engines and Boilers, 461
  • Harrison, J., and Price, T. H., Lubricating Cans, 25
  • Hartsfield, C. L., Portable Blast Furnace Plant, 435
  • Hawliczek, J., Manufacturing Soda Crystals and Caustic Soda Direct from the Bicarbonate Resulting from the Ammonia Soda Process, and Recovery of Ammonia and Carbonic Acid, 632
  • Hay, J., and Wylie, B., Sight-Feed Lubricators, 74
  • Haythorn, J., Metallic Packings for Pistons and Piston Valves, 676
  • Healey, B. D., Melting Cauldrons for Asphalte, 172
  • Healey, B. D., Water Meters and Water Motors, 661
  • Heard, E., Obtaining and Maintaining Pressure on Ensilage Contained in Silos, 409
  • Heard, II. C., and Gardner, A., Packing for Engines, 676
  • Heath, J., and Frost, W., Blasting and Shot- Firing in Mines, 26
  • Heather, T., Governors for Motive Power En¬gines, 74
  • Heaton, C. W.,and Bolas, T., Luminous Sights for Guns, 25
  • Heaton, IL, Steam Boilers, 676
  • Hedley, J. T., Mechanical Lubricators, 74
  • Heinke, E. II. A., Couplings, 148
  • Helios Electric Light and Telegraph Construc¬tion Company, The, Generation of Electric Currents, 381
  • Hendrick, E. E., Refrigerating Machinery, 172
  • Hcnnebcrg, IF., Regulating the Supply of Grain,
  • or Pulverulent Material to Machinery, 410
  • Herden, IL, Speed Indicators, 486
  • Hessenbruch, C., Rolling Mills, 358
  • Hide, T. C., and Wardrop, IF., Single-Acting Quick-Speed Triple and Quadruple-Expansion Engines, 583
  • Higham, E. T. and D., Electro-Motors and Generators, 607
  • Hill, F. B., and Gormon, W. A., Ice-Making and Refrigerating Apparatus, 123
  • Hill, J., Gas Producers and Regenerators or Furnaces as Applied to Steam Boilers for the Generation of Steam, 435
  • Hill, IF., Turner, F. T., and Hill, T., Coupling and Uncoupling Railway Vehicles, 653
  • Hobson, T. M., and Harrison, E., A Revolving Cutter Holder, 47
  • Hocking, F., Packing for Stuffing-Boxes, 74, 562
  • Hoffmann, B., Automatic Lubricating Appa¬ratus, 123
  • Holland, J. IF., Producing Pressure or a Varied Degree of Vacuum, 278
  • Holland, J., and Lever, J., Packing for Pistons, &c., 676
  • Holliday, T., Pioduction of Azo Colours on Cotton, &c., 676
  • Hollis, H. W., Rolling and Forging Metals, 512
  • Holmes, N. J., Self-Igniting and Inextinguish¬able Signal Lights, 306
  • Holt, E., Valve Apparatus for Steam Pumps, 199
  • Holt, F., Delivering Sand on to the Rads in Front of the Driving Wheels of a Locomotive, 305
  • Holt, H. P., Mounting and Driving Dynamo- Electric Machines, 99
  • Holt, H. P., Regulators for Supply of Gas to Gas Engines, 200
  • llonigmann. M., Fireless Working of Steam En¬gines by Liquids having a High Boiling Point, 200
  • Honigmann, M., Producing Steam at High Pressure by Solutions having a High Boiling Point, 200
  • Hood, J. J., Manufacture of Ammonic Bichro¬mate, 632
  • Hopkinson, J. A. and J., Stop Valves, 124
  • Hopper, T. C., Governors for Fluids, 26
  • Horn, T., Indicating the Speed of Rotating Shafts, 661
  • Hornsby, J., and Innocent, J., Tripping Me¬chanism for Sheaf-Binding Machinery, 409
  • Howard, J. H., Galvanic Batteries, 252
  • Howat, A., Miners’ Safety Lamps, 662
  • Howe, C. J., Self-Acting Signal Balance Weight, 409
  • Howe, C. J., and Proom, J. W., Keyless Rail¬way Chair, 147
  • Howorth, J., Ventilators for Exhausting, Pro¬pelling, or Circulating Air or Gas, 561
  • Huber, J. L., Measuring Electric Currents, 538
  • Hucks, W., Separation of Solid and Liquid Matter, 172
  • Hulse, W. W., Spirit Levels, 562
  • Humble, J., and Morrison, IL M., Wire Rope and Machinery for Making the Same, 561
  • Humes, J. J. R., Hydro-Carburetted Air En¬gines, 461
  • Humphrys, N. IL, Dampers or Slide Valves for the Passage of Gases or Liquids in Flues, 436
  • Hunt, T., Steam Engines, 305
  • Huntley, B. E., Grain Binding Harvesters, 277
  • Hure, P. P., Sun and Planet Wheel Driving Gear, 511
  • Ingrey, <?., Producing Sonorous Signals, 26
  • International Dudley Signal Company, The, Electric Signalling Apparatus, 608
  • Jack, J. D., Steering Gear, 485
  • Jackson, A., Railway Buffers, 486
  • Jeffery, G. E., Reapers and Self Binding Ma¬chines, 277
  • Jeffries, G., Breechloading Breakdown Sporting Guns and Rilles, 561
  • Jennings, R., Combined Single Loading and Re¬peating Rille and Cartridges therefor, 277
  • Jensen, II. P. F. and J., and Webb, B. W., Sending and Receiving Electric Signals for Domestic Use, 100
  • Johannson, C. A., Centrifugal Separating Ma¬chine, 358
  • Johnson, D., Explosives, 410
  • Johnson, S. IL, and Hutchinson, C. C., Forcing Fluids by Compressed Air, 48
  • Johnson, S. IL, and Hutchinson, C. C., Prepar¬ing Milk of Lime, 436
  • Johnson, IF. C., and Phillips, S. E., Grapnels for Cutting and Holding Submarine Cables, 306
  • Johnston, S , Harvesting Machines, 277
  • Johnston, W. P., Electrical Receiving Apparatus, 603
  • Jonasen, P., Gas Motors, 74
  • Jones, C., Furnaces for Treating Town Refuse, 435
  • Jones, 0., Machine Guns, 123
  • Jones, O., Percussion Fuzes, 123
  • Jones, R., and Taylor, W., Breechloading Sport¬ing Guns, 25
  • Jones, T. J., Voltaic Batteries, 608
  • Jones, T. J., and Tasker, W. IL, Elements for Voltaic Batteries, 382
  • Jopling, J. C., Steam Boilers, 676
  • Julien, E., Secondary Batteries, 100
  • Jullien, A., Blanks to Form the Bottoms of Cartridge Cases, 25
  • Kamper, F., Laminated Springs, 486
  • Karlowa, T. It. F., Unloading Grain from Ships, 485
  • Kennedy, R., Electro Field Magnets for Dy¬namo-Electric Machines and Electro-Motors, 251
  • Kennish, W., Explosive Projectiles, 25
  • Kent, H. A., Facilitating the Transmission and
  • Reception of Telephonic Sounds, 607
  • Kerr, A., Costigan, It., nnd Keys, W., Steam Boiler Low-Water Alarms, 332
  • Kesterton, IL, Metallic Alloys, 172
  • Kingsford, C., Drying Apparatus for the Treat¬ment of Cement, &c., 172
  • Kingzett, C. T., Treatment and Utilisation of Sewage, 632
  • Kirby, J., Carbons for Electrical Purposes, 607
  • Kirkaldy, J., A Combined Donkey Engine, Pump, and Condenser, 461
  • Kirkaldy, J., Feed-Water Heaters, 332
  • Kitsee, T., Indicating the Presence of Fire Damp in Mines, 409
  • Kitto, J., Webb, J. II., and Paul, A., Duplex Automatic Jigging Machines, 511
  • Klauke, C., Wire Ropes, 410
  • Klaunig, O., Evaporating and Drying Solutions and other Substances, 172
  • Kleeman, L., Furnaces for Smelting Zinc Orcs, 631
  • Knight, C. A., Caps and Clamps for Hand Holes and other Orifices in Steam Generators, 584
  • Knight, C. A., Sectional Steam Generators, 462
  • Koerner, A. C., Recoil Brakes for Gun Carriages, 277
  • Koffler, F. W., and Zwierzina, E., Coating Sheet Metal with Zinc, 512
  • Kolb, J., Obtaining Chlorides of Barium and Strontium, 172
  • Korting, E., Elevating Liquids by Means of Steam or Compressed Gases, 226
  • Kroh, V., Traction Engines, 306
  • KUnstadter, J. J., Steering Propellers, 653
  • Kynocli, G., Cartridge Cases, 123
  • Lafitte, J. J., Manufacturing Chain Cables, 653
  • Lahaussois, M., Electro-Magnets and Induction Coils, 99
  • Lahmeyer, IF., Regulating Devices for Electric Lamps, 537
  • Laidlaw, J., and Liversedge, A. J., Centrifugal Machines, 358
  • Laine, A. M., Feed Water Healing in Connection with Compound Steam Engines, 461
  • Laing, A., Ventilating Stokeholes and Supplying Fires with Heated Air, 485
  • Lancaster, E. W., Electrical Indicator for Alarms, &c., 100
  • Lanceley, H. and R. II., Automatic Expansion Gearing for Steam Engines, 461
  • Landsberg, L., Preparation of m-Methoxy-p- Nitro-benzil-dehyd for Use in Manufacture of Vanillin, 654
  • Laroche, E., Interrupting the Flow of Fluids in Pipes or Conduits, 562
  • Learned, L. C., Locking Devices for Screw Nuts, 278
  • Lee, J., Flues of Steam Boilers, 684
  • Lee, J., Holders for Incandescent Electro Lamps, 99
  • Lee, R. A., Electrical Communications between Door Knockers, Letter-Boxes, and Bells, 252
  • Leeds, L. W., Steam Boilers, 684
  • Lenaerts, L., nnd l’Ollivier, H., Electric Indi¬cator Applicable to Gas Cocks, 638
  • Leveille, J., Ship Steering Device, 305
  • Treating Ore for the Manufacture of \\ hite Pigment, 172
  • L’^rdet» J. E., Galvanic or Primary Batteries, uOo
  • Liirdet, J. E., Portable Electric Lamps, 537
  • Lihenthal, O., and Bashall, W.,Coil Steam Gene¬rator, 584
  • Linde, C., Manufacture of Ice, 410
  • Lindley, II., Driving Gear for Dynamos, 637
  • Lindley, S., Gas Meter Index, 561
  • Lindner, M., Lubricating Journals, 562
  • Lindsay, T. S,, Generating Fixed Gases for Illu¬minating, Heating, and Metallurgical Pur¬poses, 435
  • Lindsay, W, II., Railway Chairs, 653
  • Lishman, T., Steam Boilers or Generators, 676
  • Livesay, J. G., Contact Makers, 533
  • Lockwood, W., Valves, 124
  • Loclnvood, IF. C., Telephones, 60S
  • Lockwood, W. C., and Carlisle, II., Governors, 74
  • Lohmann, M.. and Stolterfoht, M., Couplings for Shafts, 26
  • LoisonProst, P., Fastening for Driving Belts, 410
  • Looker, B., A Dovico for Indicating the Class of Railway Carriages, 486
  • Loomis, B., Manufacture of Gas, 435
  • Lorrain, J. G., Actuating the Valves or other Devices Used in Connection with Heating and Cooling, 26
  • Lorrain, J. G., Determining Temperatures at a Distance, 124
  • Lorrain, J. G., Electric Telephony, 607
  • Lorrain, J. G., Operating the Valves Used in Connection with Apparatus for Heating, Cool¬ing, and Ventilating, 382
  • Loud, W. A., Traction Wheels, 654
  • Lowrie, IF., High-Speed Engines, 199
  • Lugo, Dr. O., Galvanic Batteries, 608
  • Lyle, C. and J., Apparatus for Cleansing Sugar in Centrifugal Machines, 436
  • Lynde, F. G., Securing Rails in Railway Chairs, 147
  • Lynn, J., and Timms, W., Wedge Grip Attach¬ment for Spanners, 47
  • Lysaght, J. and J., Limited, Winding and Coil¬ing Apparatus for Wire Netting, 358
  • McCormick, C. H., Bundle Carriers for Grain Binders, 277
  • McCormick, C. H., Harvesters, 277
  • McCulloch, J., and Black, IF., Preparing and Compressing Materials for Use as Fuel or for Smelting Purposes, 172
  • McEntee, W. C., and Hughes, J., Gun-Lock, 561
  • Macfarlane, J. IF., Governors for Steam Engines, 200
  • Macgeorge, E. F., Gas Engines, 305
  • Mackay, F. N., Float for Regulating the Motion of Valves, 409
  • Mclaeen, T. L., Car Couplings, 486
  • Mackenzie, W. J., Flexible Coupling for Shafts, 124
  • Mackie, A., Firebridges for Boiler Furnaces, 200
  • McLaren, J. and 11., Steam Road Rollers and Traction Engines, 148
  • McLaren, J. and II., Traction Engines, 654
  • McMahon, P. J., Utilising Ammoniacal Gas as a Motive Power, 583
  • McNab, A., Condensing Exhaust Steam of En¬gines and Heating Feed Water for Generators, 684
  • Mactear, J., Increasing the Illuminating Effect of Gas, 631
  • Mactear, J., Manufacture of Hydrates of Strontia and of Baryta, 632
  • McWhirter, C., Steam Ventilating Apparatus, 661
  • Madan, C. S., Locomotive Clack Boxes and Check Valves, 653
  • Madge, W., and Ford, J. T., Opening and Shutting Water-Tight Sliding Doors, 485
  • Magnee, J., and Benekens, E., Firegrates for Furnaces, 462
  • Maitland, E. F., Brakes, 436
  • Mallaband, T., Metallic Wheels for Vehicles, 654
  • Mallet, E. J., Automatic Telegraphic Apparatus or Devices, 608
  • Mallock, H. R. A., An Instrument for Measuring Distances, 409
  • Mancion, G., Preserving Timber, 654
  • Manuel, G. W., and Marshall, It., Stuffing-Boxes and Packing for Steam Engines, 200
  • Marion, J., Caverly, J., Fisher, B., and Valt, J. S., Hydro-Carbon Burners for Furnaces, 684
  • Marshall, IF., Receivers, Apparatus, and Cir¬cuits for Telephonic Communication, 382
  • Martin, E., A Fog Horn giving a Continuous or Short Blast, 561
  • Martin, E., Metal Wire, 608
  • Martin, G. F., Coupling for Railway Wagons, 148
  • Martin, II. W., Fastening Rails to Sleepers, 485
  • Martin, IF. II., Valve Gear for Oscillating En¬gines, 675
  • Mary, J. M., Cutting Machines, 47
  • Massey-Mainwaring, W. F. B., Utilising the Re¬sistance Offered by the Atmosphere to Loco¬motives in Motion, 486
  • Matthews, J., Steam Engines, 675
  • Maudsley, P. A., and Macfarlane, T., Sulphur and Ferric Oxide from Alkali Waste by Means of Metallic Chlorides, 676
  • Maxim, H. S., Guns and Explosive Projectiles, chiefly Designed for Destroying Ships, 25
  • Maxim, H. S., Machine Guns, 409
  • Maxwell, W., Carbon Filaments for Incan¬descent Lamps, 607
  • Maxwell, W., and Hughes, T. V., Incandescent Lamps, 607
  • Mead, J. T., and Thomson, J., Feed Water Purifiers for Locomotive Engines, 148
  • Mechwart, A., Frictional Coupling lor Shafting, 26
  • Meeze, A. G., Speed Changing Mechanism, 273
  • Mefford, D. M., Ordnance, 25
  • Mehlis, G., Brake Mechanism for Hoisting Ap¬paratus, 512
  • Melvin, J. B., Manufacture of Resinous Com¬pounds, 632
  • Menzies, J., Tramcars and Railway Rollintr Stock, 306
  • Merrywcather, J. C., and Jakcman, C. J. W. Construction of Passages for Fluids, 512
  • Merz, J., Extracting Fat, &c„ from Dissolvable Materials, 632
  • Meyer, B., Device for Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, 332
  • Mcyjes, J. F., Valves for Double-Acting Engines 461 ’
  • Michigan Lubricator Company, The, Lubri¬cators, 410
  • Middleditch, T. J., Cartridges, 561
  • Midgley, J. W., Instantaneous Grip Vices, 357
  • Midgley, J. W., Parallel Vices, 47
  • Milburn, T., and Haydon, C. W., Forming,
  • Mounting, and Actuating Firebars, and Feed¬ing Fuel thereon, 584
  • Miles and Co., Telephone Transmitters, 251
  • Millar, A., Insulated Electric Conductors, 603
  • Millar, A., Magnetometers for Indicating the In¬tensity of Magnetism Produced by -Magnets, Electro-Magnets, or their Equivalents, 654
  • Miller, A. C., Harvesting Machines, 661
  • Miller, II. P., Sight Elevators for Firearms, 25
  • Millington, J., and Jones, II., Steam Boilers, 584
  • Mills, E. C , Gas Engines, 109
  • Mills, L., Reciprocating Rotary Engines, 199
  • Milwaukee Harvester Company, The, Grain Binders, 409
  • Mitchell, A., Ships’ Compasses, 485
  • Mitchell, J. H., Pistons, Steam Engines, and Pumps, 200
  • Mohr, H., Controlling Apparatus for Automati¬cally Counting and Registering Railway Car¬riages, Trucks, &c., 305
  • Moldenhauer, F. 11., Feeding Boilers with a Combination of Water and Air, 462
  • Moore, D., Guns for Discharging High Explosive Materials, 25
  • Moore, D., Machines for Loading Cartridge Shells for Shot Guns, 25
  • Moore, M. IL, Machines for Making Sand Moulds for Casting Metals, 631, 632
  • Moore, M. R., Steam Engine Governors, 200
  • Morison, D. B., and Cheesman, IL, Torpedo Nets, 486
  • Morley, IL, Rotary Motive Power Engines, 73
  • Morris, It., Propulsion of Steam Vessels, 653
  • Morton, J. W., Nut Locks, 410
  • Moseley, C., and Parker, T., Secondary Voltaic Batteries, 382
  • Mower, G. A., Lubricators, 123
  • Mower, S. E., and Fowler, T., Saws, 47
  • Mudd.T., Steam Engines, 675
  • Muirhcad, A., and Wright, C. R. A., Preparation and Production of Insulating Compounds for Electrical Purposes, 252
  • Mairhead, F. L., Electric Arc Lamps, 99
  • Muller, H., Induction Apparatus or Secondary Generators, ‘251
  • Munro, J., Telephonic Apparatus, 99
  • Munsie, J. F., and May, H. N., Conduits for Electric Cables or Conductors, 252
  • Munsie, J. F., and May, II. N., Testing Stations, chiefly Designed for Use in Connection with Conduits for Electric Wires, 633
  • Murch, W. H., Rotary Engine or Pump, 73
  • Murphy, T., Combined Check Valves and Plug Cocks, 278
  • Murray, A., Sleepers, Chairs, and Fastenings for Railways, 485
  • Murray, <1., and Turnlcy, R., An Improved Pump, 357
  • Murray, M„ and Macrcdie, A , Railway Chairs, 485
  • Murrie, J., Generating Vapour, 581
  • Nagel, A. C., Kaemp, R. II., and LinncnbrUggc, A., Apparatus for the Hydropropulsion and Steering of Vessels, 653
  • Nash, L. II., Construction and Method of Operating Gas Engines, 331
  • Nash, L. 11., Gas Engines, 200
  • Nash, L. II., Water Meters, 124
  • Nation, W. B., Application of Electricity to the Treatment of Vegetable Fibre for the Produc¬tion of Half Stuff, 100
  • National Manufacturing Company, Burglar Alarms, 561
  • Naysmith, J., Furnace Bars, 676
  • Nelson, J. L., Landerholm, A. F., and Lang, J., Water Gauges for Steam Boilers, 200
  • Ncukirch, F., Hydraulic Lifting and Forcing Apparatus, 357
  • Neumann, H., An Electric Incubator and Foster Mother, 100
  • New Haven Clock Company, The, Telegraphic Recording Instruments, 381
  • Newman, T., Linings for Tunnels or Subways, 308
  • Nicholson, J., Automatic Signal Wire Compen¬sator, 305
  • Nightingale, W. W., Forming and Maintaining Ice Surfaces and Treating the Atmosphere of Glaciaria and for Cooling Chambers, 562
  • Nobel, A., Treatment of Explosive Compounds, 25
  • Nordenfelt, T., Carriages for Machine Guns, 25
  • Nordciifelt, T., Machine Guns, 409
  • Norris, S. L., Starting Tramcars, &c., and Apply¬ing the Brakes thereto, 148
  • Norwood, G., Spring Bending Machines, 357
  • Noyes, II., Drilling Machines, 47
  • O’Donnell, J. P., Interlocking Levers in Railway Point and Signal Apparatus, 148
  • Orlando, S., Universal Joints for Scrow Pro¬pellers and Propeller Shafts, 147
  • Osborne, D. M., Grain Binding and Harvesting Machines, 561
  • Owen, R. G., An Aerial Velocipede, 512
  • Owen, It. G., A Galvanic Plant Invigorator and Oxygen iser, 100
  • Oxland, It. and C., Burning Ores and Minerals Containing Sulphur or Arsenic for the Manu¬facture of Sulphuric Acid, &c., 171
  • Paillard, C. A., Metallic Alloys, 632
  • Pain, J., Signal Lights, 409
  • Palmer, S., and Barron, II. S., Distributing Oil upon the Surface of Water, 147
  • Poquelin, C. A., Automatically Generating and Burning Inflammable Vapours, 466
  • Parcelle, A. L., Vibrating Electrio Motors, 99
  • Parkes, J., Enriching Illuminating Gas, 171
  • Parkin, C., and Robinson, G., Clip Pulleys, 410
  • Parnell, E. B., Treating Auriferous and Argenti¬ferous Material, 172
  • Parrington, M. B., Kilns and other Structures Employed in Manufacturing Lime and Cement, 435
  • Parsons, P. M., Ordnance, 123
  • Paterson, II. C., Furnaces, 584
  • Paterson, II. C., and Miller, R., Improvements Applicable to Furnaces, 631
  • Patterson, J., and Sandison, M., The Application of Forced Draught to Furnaces, 584
  • Paxinan, J. N., Automatic Expansion Valvo Gear, 73
  • Payne, J., Coating Steam Pipes, Boilers, &c.,612
  • Pearsall, II. D., Hydraulic Apparatus for Forcing Water or Air, 47
  • Pcchiney, A. K„ et Cie., Decomposition by Means of Magnesia of the Residual Ammonium Chloride of the Ammonia Soda Process, 032
  • Peek, T. S., and Brownell, P. G., Lubricating Car Axles, Shafting, &c., 895
  • Petit, J. L., Alarms and Fastenings for Doors and the Like, 278
  • Phelps, R. N. It., Water Gauges for Steam Boilers and Floats therefore, 512
  • Piat, A., Distributing Valves for Hydraulic Ma¬chines, 357
  • Pick, S., Making Bicarbonate of Sodium, 172
  • Pickering, J., Boiler Tubes, 74
  • Pickering, T. R., Combined Throttle or Stop Valves and Governor Valves for Steam En¬gines, 199
  • Pickering, T. R., Throttle or Stop Valves for Steam Engines, 461
  • Pieper, 11., Electric Arc Lamps, 251
  • Pirie, R., Automatically Balanced Cranes, 512
  • Plastriny, Baron P. von, Propelling Mechanism for Vehicles, 306
  • Plumb, R. II. T., A Combined Compass and Course Corrector for Ships, 485
  • Pocock, W., Belt Pulleys, 124
  • Poetsch, F. H., Sinking Shafts, Constructing Foundations, &o., Under Water, 512
  • Poetsch, F. 11., Temporary Tubbing, 306
  • Pohle, J. G., Pneumatic Water Elevators, 357
  • Pollak, K., and ll'ehr, G., Galvanic Battery, 100
  • Pomtneraye, L., Filters, 278
  • Poole, W. H., Adjustable Pedestals for Rotating Shafts, 562
  • Pope, J. L., Screw Bolts, 653
  • Potter, M„ andGulick, IF. K., Improved Wrench, 357
  • Poulett, Earl, Glazed Earthenware Conduits for Subterranean Telegraph and Telephone Lines, 252
  • Poivell, T. T., Signalling on Railways, 486
  • Preston, F. P., Pumps, 511
  • Prestwich, W. II., Navigating the Air, 512
  • Prestwich, W. H., Navigating or Propelling Boats, 305
  • Price, G. IF., Steam Engines, 331
  • Price, W. E., Automatic Apparatus for Varying and Regulating the Action of Gas Governors, 277
  • Priestman, W. D. and J., Construction and Working of Motor Engines Operated by the Combustion of Liquid Hydro-Carbons, 583
  • Pritchard, E., Iron Wheels, 148
  • Proell, K., Valves for Steam Engines, 461
  • Purnell, J. J., Hydraulic Door Springs and Checks, 410
  • Piirthner, J. C., Producing Induced Electric Currents, 538
  • Purves, D., Machinery for Rolling Strengthening Rings on Circular Flues or Furnaces for Steam Boilers, 226
  • Quackcnbush, II. M., Breechloading Guns, 123
  • Quaglio, J., Compressing Coal and Introducing the Same into Coke Ovens, 631
  • Quaterman, W. IL, Cells for Electrical Pur¬poses, 252
  • Quigley, A. P., Wrenches, 511
  • Rackham, R., Governing Engines, 332
  • lladot, 11., Effecting the Decarbonisation of Earthy Carbonates, 171
  • Rae, R. J., Ships’ Propellers, 147
  • Ralu, A., Grathvohl, J., and Browne, A., Prepar¬ing Syrups and Molasses, 436
  • Rankin, T. L., Icemaking and Refrigerating Ap¬paratus, 123
  • Ravenshaw, II. IF., Electro-Magnets, and Ap¬plication of the Same to the Control of Electric Currents, 381
  • Reckenzaun, A., Electric Motors, 99
  • Recordon and Co., Electro-Magneto Motors, 99
  • Reddaway, F., Strap or Belting Guides, 410
  • Redgrave, G. R., Treatment of Sewage Water by the Lime Process for the Production of Cement, 632
  • Reid, J., Expanding the Packing Rings of Pistons, 676
  • Reis, A., Producing a Draught in Furnaces and for Purifying the Products of Combustion, 584
  • Reis, A., Steam Generators, 200
  • Rcstlcr, J. IF., Rotary Blowers, Exhausters, and Pumps, 226
  • Rhodes, IF., Perforating Sheet Metals, 357
  • Rice, G. C., Railway and Tramway l’assongcr Carriages, 486
  • Rice, W. M., Nut Locks, 410
  • Richards, D. D., Dredging, 226
  • Richards, R., and Bandon, II. R., Boring to Great Depth, by the Aid of Electricity, 538
  • Richardson, IL, Manufacture of Salts of Alumina, 172
  • Rickie, R., Valve Gear for Engines, 653
  • Rickman, W. B., Appliance for Working Re¬gulating Gas Cocks of Railway Carriages, 305
  • Ridout, R. IL, Telephonic Transmitters, 381
  • Righton, W. J., Instantaneous Heating Liquids, 26
  • Riley, P. G., Generating Carbonic Acid Gas, 436
  • Riley, F. G., Winding and Preparing Wire, 48
  • Riley, J., Electro-Motors, 607
  • Riley, J., Manufacture of Steel in Regenerating Opcn-Hearth Furnaces, 436
  • Riley, J., Regenorative Steel-Making Furnaces, 435
  • Roberts, A., Preventing Incrustation in Boilers and Heaters, 74
  • Roberts, J., Safety Locking Hooks, 20
  • Robertson, C., Turning Tables for Railways and other Purposes with Ball Bearings, 305
  • Robertson, J., Gearing for Transmitting Motive Power, 124
  • Robertson, J. G., Regenerative or Recuperative Furnace, Applicable to Gas and other Furnaces, 435
  • Robinson, /l. IF., Dredger Buckets, 358
  • Robinson, R., Pistons, 054
  • Robson, J. T., Boiler Alarm and Indicator, 332
  • Robson. T. N., "Coke Gripes,” 48
  • Rocca-Ziegler, J. F., and Sociëtë Schwob Frères, La, Apparatus for Propulsion of Vessels, 053
  • Rogers, II. J., Gas Retorts and Apparatus Con¬nected therewith, 031
  • Rohrmann, L., and Hiller, M., Effecting the Absorption of Gases or Vapours by Liquids,
  • Rolla, P. and C. O., Brakes Applied to a Pulley with Differential Gearing to Alter the Speed of Machinery, 20
  • Rollason, A., Gas Engines, 583
  • Romanze, O., Electric Arc Lamps, 251
  • Rosebrugh, A. M., Devices for Telegraphic and Telephonic Purposes, 537
  • Rosebrugh, A. M., Telephones, 381
  • RosfbJ. IL, O** Lamps for Railway Carriages,
  • Rothe, E., Centrifugal Machines, 511
  • Royle, J. J., Return Steam Traps, also Applicable to a Boiler Feeding Apparatus, 332
  • Royston, E. R., Apparatus for Heating and Maintaining the Heat in Cylinders and Pistons, 675
  • Rumsey, H., and Hopkinson, J. E., Fastenings for Rails and Sleepers, 653
  • Ruston, W. F., Detonating Fog Signals for Rail¬ways, 486
  • Saint-Sauvcur, C. D. de, Ball Bearings for Heavy Vehicles and Rolling Stock, 148
  • Sayer, R. C., Storing and Utilising Water under Pressure, 26
  • Scarborough, A. B., and Barnard, J. A., Re¬moving Scum and Mud, &c., from Boilers, 200
  • Schaefer, F., Incandescent Electric Lamps, 381
  • Schanschieff, A., Galvanic Batteries, 252
  • Scharnwcber, L., Electric Arc Lamps, 251
  • Scherycn, E., Rotary Pumps, which will also
  • Serve as Motors, 225
  • Schiller, T., andBremicke, P., Stopping Engines, 332
  • Schmidt, W. Steam Engines, 583
  • Schoeneweg, H., Explosive Compounds, 561
  • Schoening, H., Sounding Device, 147
  • Schonheyder, W. A. G., A Fluid Pressure Engine, 331
  • Schonheyder, IF. A. G., Sight Feed Lubricators, 332
  • Schratzenthallcr, A., Mechanism for the Conver¬sion of the Martini Rilie into a Repeating Arm, 277
  • Schulze, T.. and pörnicki, S., A Wind or Water Motor, 676
  • Scie Sian Ven, Steam Engines, 73
  • Scott, A. E., Separating Metals from their Ores 171
  • Scott, G. D., Printing Telegraphs, 251
  • Scott, G. J., Galloway Tubes and Attaching them to Boilers, 676
  • Scott, R., Torpedoes, 486
  • Seel, C., Connecting Threads of Carbon with Platinum Wire, 537
  • Sellers, G., Apparatus for Taking Indicator Dia¬grams from Engines, 676
  • Sellons, J. W., Soldering Aluminium, 676
  • Settle, J., Rocking Bars for Furnaces and Means for Operating them, 332
  • Sharp, L. W., Tools for the Insertion and With¬drawal of the Tubes of Steam Boilers, 676
  • Sharrock, S. and F. G., Telegraph Posts, 608
  • Shaw, J., Regulating the Pressure of Gas, 124
  • Shaw, J. G„ Helical Springs, 512
  • Shedlock, A., and Singer, C. G., Indicating and Recording the Pressure of Steam or other Fluids, 332
  • Shicklc, F , Heating Feed Water of Steam Boilers, 74
  • Shipley, J., Rail Joints, 305
  • Shorrock, J. L., Hand Drills or Tool Carriers, 511
  • Short, S. H., and Nesmith, J. W., Electrical Railways or Tramways, 252
  • Shuttleworth, F. R., Steering Gear, 485
  • Siemens, F., Construction of Open Hearth or Tank Furnaces, 171
  • Siemens, F., Lining Furnaces, 631
  • Siemens and Ualske, Hydraulic Apparatus for Utilising the Deflection of a Rail due to a Pas¬sing Train for Signalling, 148
  • Simonis, J., Manholes, 332
  • Simpson, J., Coupling and Uncoupling Railway Vehicles, 147
  • Sims, H., Automatic Boiler Cleaner, 676
  • Sinclair, D., Device for Straining and Fastening Guy Ropes or Wire Stays of Telegraph Posts, 251
  • Sinsabaugh, L. W., Reducing Steel Railroad Rails to Plate Metal, 512
  • Sisuin, W. II., Bogies or Trucks for Railway Vehicles, 147
  • Sledge, J. S., and Slatter, 4., Electrical Bells for Domestic and Telegraphic Purposes, 100
  • Slutz, H. V. D. and T., Permanent Way of Rail¬ways, 485
  • Smart, G. E„ Tool Stock or Brace, 225
  • Smith, D. J., and Sinclair, D., Telephonic Appa¬ratus, 537
  • Smith, G. A., An Electro - Magnetic Marine Governor, 305
  • Smith, 11. F., Mill or Line Shafting, 278
  • Smith, II. J., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 537
  • Smith, H. J., Electric Fuzes, 654
  • Smith, II. L., Metallic Permanent Way, 485
  • Smith, J. J. C. and M., Multiple Electric Con¬ductors or Cables, 382
  • Smith, 0., Drill Presses, 225
  • Smith, S. W., Metal Taps, 26
  • Smith, T., Safety Dynamite Shells, 25
  • Smith, T. T., Electric Lamp Fittings, 99
  • Snowdon, J., Lubricator, 419
  • Société Dubus, Coget et Cie., La, Removal of
  • Vegetable Impurities from Wool by Chemical
  • Means in Combination with Steam, 436
  • Société Générale des Téléphones, La, Telephonic Transmitters, 251
  • Société Heilmann-Ducommun and Steinlen, La, Rotary Cutting Tools, 357
  • Société P. Barbier et Cie., La, Combination of
  • Telephonic Apparatus and Electric Bells, 381
  • Société P. Barbier et Cie., Controlling the Pas¬sage of Electric Currents, 381
  • Société Scola et Ruggieri, La, Electric Fuze for Blasting Purposes, 608
  • Solvayet Cie., Filters Applicable for Caustic Soda Solution, 172
  • Solvay et Cie, Manufacture of Chlorine, 632
  • Southall, J., Gas Engines, 675
  • Spalding, H. C., Electric Cables, 608
  • Spalding, II. C., Operation of Subterranean Lines of Electrical Conductors, 538 Spalding, H. C., and McMickin, P., Laying Elec¬trical Conductors in Subterranean Lines and the Construction of such Lines, 538
  • Sparton, II. H., Ball Valves, 278
  • Spatzier, A. W., Bearings for Shafts or Axles, 26
  • Speight, IF., Hydraulic Engines, 462
  • Spiel, J., Petroleum and Gas Engines, 331
  • Spiel, J., Supply Valve Gear for Petroleum or Gas Engines, 74
  • Sprague, F. J., Electro-Dynamic Motors, 381
  • Sprague, F. J., Motors for Electric Railways, 305
  • Stanhope Company, The, and Anders, G. L., Diaphragms or Tympana for Membrane Tele¬phones, 538
  • Stanley, R., Boring and Air Coursing Machine, 512
  • Stanley, T., Richardson, C., and Davies, A. IL, Arc Electric Lamps, 537
  • Starke, M. F., and Weinrebe, M., Lathes, 357
  • Starley, J., Oil Cans, 358
  • Starley, J. K., Transmitting Motion between Pulleys or Drums, 410
  • Stayner, A. E., Shafts of Tools, 48
  • Steele, J. and R., and Lees, J., Pitch Chain Gear¬ing, 410
  • Steinweg, C. E., Plating Metals and Metallic Alloys, 172
  • Stephens, S. H., and Rodda, S., Treating Ores, 631
  • Stephenson, M., Pipe Couplings, 561
  • Sterne, L., Railway Wheels, 486
  • Steward, J. H., and Dredge, W., Instruments for Measuring Angles and Range Finding, 25
  • Stewart, L., Separators for Steam Boilers, 462
  • Stiff, W. C., and Bennett, H. B. S., Tubes and Ordnance made of Steel and Iron, 123
  • Stockley, T., Obtaining and Applying Motive
  • Power by the Combined Action of the Vapour
  • Generated in Slaking Lime and a Blast, 124
  • Stokes, T. X. P., Magazine Firearms, 123
  • Stone, R., Manufacture of Plaster and Apparatus Used in Connection therewith, 632
  • Stoney, E. IF., Keys or Wedges for Securing Railway Rails in their Chairs or Seats, 147
  • Stott, J., Gas Governors, 562
  • Stout, C., Hydraulic Steering Engines and Starting Engines, 305
  • Strapp, W., and Edwards, G., Sleepers and Fittings for Railways and Tramways, 148
  • Strawson, W. P., Anchors, 653
  • Stretton, C. E., Crank Webs for Locomotive and other Engines and Machines, 147
  • Stuart, J. M., and Gill, F. II., Securing Rails to Metal Sleepers, 305
  • Stubbs, J. B., High Pressure and Low Water Safety Apparatus for Steam Boilers, Applicable also as a Fire-Extinguishing Apparatus, 332
  • Stubbs, J. S. and S. H., Water Heating Appa¬ratus, 584
  • Studdy, R. W., Sights for Firearms, 123
  • Sturgeon, T., Gas Engines, 74
  • Sullivan, C. C., A Machine for Dredging and Ex¬cavating for Wells and Subsoil Foundations, 357
  • Sutherland, D. A., Fluid Meters, 25
  • Swete, O. R., and Main, W. C., Filaments for Electric Lamps, 537
  • Tarver, W. R, and Bryan, A., Railway Goods Trucks, 485
  • Tatham, W. P., II. B., and J., and Brooks, D., Electric Conductors and an Insulating Com¬pound therefor, 252
  • Taunton, R. II., Root and other like Tubular Steam Boilers, 200
  • Taylor, A., Steam Hammer, 225
  • Taylor, J., Navigable Dredging Vessels, 511
  • Tebbut, S., Apparatus Applicable to ‘‘Speed In¬dicators” or “ Revolution Counters,” 409
  • Tellier, C., Utilising Atmospheric or Solar Heat for Raising Water, 124
  • Temple, G., and Rowntree, W., Pistons, 410
  • Terrel, W., Turner, E., and Howartson, G. S., Packing for Stuffing-Boxes, 676
  • Teter, W. L., Machine Belt, 561
  • Thame, H. and J. R., Secondary Batteries, Accumulators, or Magazines of Electricity, 608
  • Thom, J., Steam Engines of the Compound Type, 461
  • Thomas, W. F., An Improved Material for Driv¬ing Belts, &c., 26
  • Thomlinson, T., Steam Boilers, 200
  • Thompson, N. G., Switch for Electric Lighting, 252
  • Thompson, S. P., Dynamo-Electric Machines, 537
  • Thompson, S. P., Telephonic Apparatus, 537
  • Thompson, S. P., Telephonic Instruments, 537
  • Thompson, S. P., Telephonic Transmitting In¬struments, 251
  • Thomson, J. R., Expanding and Staving the Ends of Tubes, 358
  • Thomson, J. R., Three-Way Valve, 124
  • Thornberry, U. S., Telephones, 381
  • Thornycro/t, J. I., Steering Apparatus, 485
  • Titus, J. T., Couplings for Pipes and Hose, 561
  • Todd, H. W., Metallic Drums for Containing Chemicals, &c., 632
  • Todd, L. J., Mid-Cylinder Exhaust Steam En¬gines, 331
  • Todd, L. J., Producing and Maintaining Grada¬tions of Temperature in the Cylinders of Double-Acting Steam Engines, 461
  • Tomlinson, IF., Stoves for Heating the Blast for Blast Furnaces, 631
  • Toward, T. and IF., and Meek, J., Steam Gene¬rators, 584
  • Treeton, A., Gas Engines, 583
  • Trippctt, J., and Searls, T. and II., Buffers, 147
  • Trott, S., and Hamilton, P. A., Fastenings for Coupling the Ends of Ropes Containing an Insulated Wire, 251
  • Trueman, H. P., An Adjustable Journal Box, 562
  • Turnbull, A., Safety Valves to Indicate and Relieve Excess of Pressure and Scarcity or Excess of Water, 332
  • Turner, H., Tubes and Tube-Plates of Steam Generators, 584
  • Turton, G., Buffers, 653
  • Tyler, J. J., Liquid Meters, 278
  • Ubrig, E., Spring Balances, 25
  • Van Alstein, A., and Van Nieuwkuyk, G., Opening, Closing, and Locking Swing Bridges, 654
  • Van der Valk, C. C., Throttle Valves, 199
  • Van Duzen, E. W., Boiler Cloaners and Feed Water Heaters, 462
  • Vavasseur, J., Mounting Ordnance, 409
  • Verein ftlr Chemische Industrie, Producing Chlorine and Ammonia, 278
  • Volk, M., Electric Tramways or Railways, 252
  • Volta Oraphophone Company, The, Recording and Reproducing Sounds, 382
  • Volta Graphophone Company, The, Recording and Reproducing Sounas by Means of Records, 382
  • Volta Graphophone Company, The, Reproducing Sound from Phonographic Records, 382
  • Volta Graphophone Company, The, Transmitting and Recording Sounds by Means of Radiant Energy, 382
  • Vosper, T., Washing Crushed Orcs, 171
  • Wainwright, R. and W., Furnaces for Effecting the Consumption of Smoke, 631
  • Waite, B. C., Steam Engines, 199
  • Walker, A. T., Hydraulic Hoists, 48
  • Walker, E. and J. IL, Working Railway Switches, 485
  • Walker, J. G., A Purifier or Separator, 562
  • Walker, IF., Railway Chairs, 147
  • Walther, R. and B. 11., Electric Arc Lamps, 381
  • Walton, F., Insulating Wire, 252
  • Walton, W., Keeping Cool the Bearings of Ma¬chinery, 462
  • Walton, W. R., Preparing Copper for Casting, 632
  • Fard, T. II., Drilling Machines, 357
  • Warren, F. P., Lubricants, 632
  • Warren, W. C., Deep Well Double-Acting Lift and Force Pumps, 47
  • Warriner, E. W., and Marriott, A. II., Metal Wheels, 226
  • Warsop, G., and Hill, II. W., Igniting the Ex¬plosive Mixture in Gas Engines, 199
  • Warttinger, G., and Rosenberg, G., Dumping Trolleys, 358
  • Warttinyer, G., and Rosenbcry, S. G., Loading and Unloading, 562
  • Wass, A. G., Utilisation of Sugar Scum, 632
  • Wassell, E. D., Rolls for Reducing Old Rails to Flat Bars, 47
  • Watkins, S. A., Direct-Action Spring Motors, 410
  • Watson, C., and Gaukroger, A., Steam Traps, 74
  • Watson, J. De L., Locking Screws and Nuts, 562
  • Weatherhogg, G. W., Gas Engines, 199
  • Webster, J., Metallic Alloy, 676
  • Weir, J., Feed-Pump and other Connections or Mountings for Marine Boilers, 462
  • IFcwz, A. 11., Atmospheric Air Engines, 584
  • Welch, M., and Rook, F„ Gas Engines, 74
  • Wells, G. II., Bolts and Nuts, 48
  • Wells, G. H., Fish-Plates and Fasteners for Rail¬ways and Tramways, 485
  • Wells, G. II., Kail Fasteners for Railways and Tramways, 653
  • IFcfte, G. H., Vices, 47
  • Welsh, II., Promoting the Combustion of Fuel in Furnaces, 584
  • Wenliam, F. II., and Sheldrake, J. II., Taps or Stop-Cocks, 278
  • Werndl, J., Magazine Repeating Rifles, 561
  • Westlake, W. B., Artificial Fuel, 631
  • Westmacott, P. G. B., Facilitating the Hoisting In and Out of Heavy Boats, 147
  • Wcstmacott, P. G. B., Hydraulic Apparatus for Lifting Heavy Boats, 305
  • Westman, H., Telephonic Communications, 251
  • Weston, E., Incandescent Electric Lamps, 99
  • Whalley, A., Appliances for Connecting Electric Wires, 538
  • Whalley, A., Earth Clips Used in Forming Elec¬trical Circuits, 100
  • Wheatley, IF. II., and Mackenzie, J. IF., Steam Engines, 533
  • Wheelock, J., Valves and Valve Gear of Steam Engines, 331
  • Whipple, L. E., A Railway Tie and Rail Fasten¬ing Device, 485
  • White, H., Manufacture of Steel and Iron, and Converters Used for Such, 171
  • White, T., and Dixon, G. H., Links of Chains and the Like, 410
  • Whited, W., Punching, Shearing, &c., Machines, 225
  • Whitfield, C., Furnace Grates, 670
  • Whitehead, J., Fasteners for Belts for Machinery, 410
  • Whitley, J., Railways, 147
  • Wigg, G. L. and W. J., and Steel, JI., Appa¬ratus to be Used in the Treatment of Residuals from Copper Works, and Chlorine Manufacture to Obtain Pigments and Sulphate of Lime, 676
  • Wilcox, W. W., Swivel Pulley Blocks, 562
  • JFtZtofW, P. IF., Electrical Governors, 538
  • Williams, S. T., Wheels, 512
  • Wilson, A., Spring Buffers, 485
  • Wilson, A. B., Returning Part of the Exhaust from a Steam Engine to the Boiler, together with a Portion of the Injection Water when Such is Used, 74
  • Wilson, E., Transmitting Rotary Jfotion from One Shaft to Another to Increase Speed, 26
  • Wilson, G., and Timmis, T. A., Safety Valves, 462
  • Wilson, H., Low-Water Alarms for Steam Boilers, 462
  • Wilson, T , “Chapletj” Employed for Moulding Purposes, 436
  • Wimshurst, H. W., Equalising the Power Given Off by Gas or other Motors. 654
  • Withers, JI., Jliners’ Picks, 357
  • Witte, F., Jloulding Flanged Pipes, 436
  • Wood, E. E., Rolling and Welding of Iron and Steel, and Fluxes therefor, 512
  • Wood, J. H., Ovens for Drying Slurry, &c., 632
  • Woodbury, D. A., Balanced Slide Valves, 199
  • Woodcock, J. P., Presses for Punching, 358
  • Wordsworth, C. T., and Wolstenholme, J., Gas Engines, 583
  • Worthington, C. C., Combined Water Pump and Air Compressor, 226
  • Worthington, C. C., Liquid Meters, 561
  • Worthington, C.C., Steam Engines, 583
  • Wright, J., Distillation and Rectification, 172
  • Wright, J. and C. S., and Charlton, T., Hydro-Carbon Engines, 675
  • Yates, C. D., Boilers, 74
  • Ybargoitia, F. Jlodct E., Aerial Navigation, 148
  • Yeadon J. A., and Middleton, R., Artificial Fuel, 631
  • Yeatman, F. F., Current Registering Instru¬ment, 252
  • Young, J., and Richardson, J., Registering the Distance Run by Ships, 278
  • Zalinski, E. L., Fuzes for Exploshe Shells and Torpedoes, 561

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