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Report of the tests on the Clegg and Samuda atmospheric railway for the Dalkey line in Ireland
1844 Description of a compact bellcrank engine, which allowed the use of a single crank with two cylinders 
For a time, Samuda Brothers were the most prolific shipbuilders on the Thames.
The type of vessels ranged from tugs and steam yachts to large warships. An online listing of ships built between 1844 and 1893 is available online
1856 Subscribed £20 to the Smith Testimonial Fund, commemorating the work of F. P. Smith in promoting the screw propeller.
1856 Built HMS Thunderbolt at Blackwall, the first iron-hulled armour-clad vessel built in Britain; engines from Miller, Ravenhill and Co; she was completed and launched within four months from ordering.
c.1876 Installed a large band-saw for wood, made by J. Hamilton
The site of the Millward yard was later used by the Haskin Wood Vulcanizing Co