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The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1856 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • Abraham's Patent Cosy Carriage, 117
  • Accident, American Railway, 302
  • Accident, Caledonian Railway, 211
  • Accident, Colliery, 4
  • Accident in Ore l'it, 12
  • Accident, Cyclops Steel Works, 53
  • Accident at Dudley, the Fatal Mine, 353
  • Accident at the Dyffryn Coal Pit, 100
  • Accident, Panama Railroad, 320
  • Accident, Portsmouth Dockyard, GO
  • Accident, Prevention of, 7
  • Accident on Railways, 104, 211
  • Accident, Railway Liability for, 66
  • Accident, Shocking, 234
  • Accident, West India Docks, 259
  • Accident, Ystalyfera Iron and Tin Works, 105
  • Accidents, Five Fatal Pit, 329
  • Adam's New Rail, W. Bridges, 25, 30, 43, 05
  • Adam's Fish Jointing, 111
  • Adamson's Patent (Court of Chancery), 231
  • Address, Mr. Robert Stephenson's, 33
  • Address, Opening, 3
  • Adelaide, Water Supply and Drainage in, 273
  • Admiralty Consistency (Note Book), 219
  • Admiralty, Experiments in the (Now Book), 138
  • Adriatic, the Steamer, 232
  • Aerated Liquors, Rogers's Apparatus for Drawing off and Retaining, 104
  • Agricultural Statistic.' Bill, 224, 340
  • Agricultural Exhibition of 1856, French, 217, 227
  • Agricultural Implements, 80
  • Agricultural Show at Paris, 335
  • Agricultural Society of England, 295
  • Agricultural Statistics of Ireland, 104)
  • Agriculture during the last Fifteen Years, Progress of, by C. W. Hoskyns (Society of Arts), 122
  • Agriculturists, Important to, 342
  • Aid to Science, Government's, 392
  • Aldridge's Meters for Measuring the Flow of Liquids, 29
  • Algebra (A Literary Notice), 82
  • Alkali, Longmaid's Patent, 347
  • Allen's, Ed. E., Working Steam Expansively, 13
  • Allen's, Ed. E, Improvements in Steam Engines, 212
  • Alleyne and Stratford's Improvements in Railway Brakes, 109
  • Alloy, New Metallic, 5
  • Aluminium, 52
  • Aluminium from Cryolite, by Henrich Rose, 66
  • Aluminium, New Process of Coating with, 341
  • Aluminium, the New Metal, 131
  • Aluminium, on, by Rev. J. Barlow, 259, 274
  • America, Electric Communication with, 335
  • America. How Formed, 4
  • America, New Line of Steamers to, :145
  • America, Foreign Patent Law in the U.S. of, 140, 172
  • America, Perils of the Rail in, 1:35
  • America, Proposed Railroad and Telegraph in, 104
  • American Gun Machinery, 20
  • American Invention. The Hillotype, 37
  • American Inventions, 265
  • American Knitting Machine, 271
  • American Mail Steamer, Fulton, 129
  • American Railways, 52, 53
  • American Scientific Association, 255
  • American Treasury Minute Revoked, 205
  • Ammonium, Professor Hoffman's Experiments with, 302
  • Antistatic Process (Note Book), 9
  • Anchors, liatteley's Improvements in Ships', 53
  • Anchors, New Gun Metal, 292
  • Anchors, Ruston's Improvements in, 345
  • Anderston Foundry Company, Barclay and Co. versus, Court of Session, Scotland, 107
  • Andrews"rubular Steam Boiler, 73, 101, 113
  • Andrews' Strength of Cast Iron Cylinders. By John Orme, 114
  • Anemometers, 145
  • Anthony, J., Causes of Explosion in Steam Boilers, by, 81
  • Appeals (House of Lords). Mackenzie v. Dunlop, Wilson, and Co., 311
  • Application of Art to Manufactures, 330
  • Application of Steam in Metallurgical Operation. By J. G. Mastren, 257
  • Arch for Bridges, &c., Tabourin's Metallic, 108
  • Archer, on some of the Animal and Vegetable Products constituting the Foreign Commerce of Liverpool (Society of Arts), 122
  • Architecture, Iron Buildings, 100
  • Architectural Museum, 179, 336
  • Art to Manufactures, Application of, 330
  • Artesian Well at Bois do Boulogne, 132
  • Artesian Well at Pansy, 320
  • Artillery, Mr. Whitworth's, 239
  • Assessment of Mines, 291
  • Association of Foremen of Engineering Trade, Dinner to the, 50
  • Association, Gas-titters' Mutual, 217
  • Athentruin at Southampton, 72
  • Atherton, Chas., Tonnage Registration (Soc. of Arts), 31
  • Atlantic Steaming, 167
  • Atmosphere of Pressure, an, 95
  • Australia, Favourable Accounts from, 301
  • Australia. Its Trade, 3.53
  • Australia, New Route to, 320, 331
  • Australia, Postal Communication between England and, 107, 187
  • Australia, Steamers In, 302
  • Australia, Steam Communication with (Note Book), 57, 137. 217, 297
  • Australian Gold, 346
  • Australian Mails, 323, 347
  • Australian Mails, Irregularity of the, 174
  • Australian Royal Mail Steam Company, 217
  • Austrian Railways, 218, 312, 338
  • Axle Box and Spring Fittings for Railway Carriages, 228
  • Bail Court. Simmons r. Vansittart and others (Salary), 311, 323
  • Bally and Sons' Cast Iron Gate, 296
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by A., 215
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by C., 310, 198
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by Chas. E. Conders, 286
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by Hastings, 287, 214
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by 11. F., 262, 230
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by J. U. P., 239
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by K. R. t`., 198, 136, 262
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by Lovatt, J., 230
  • Balance Weights, Problem of, by W., 187
  • Ball or Float Cocks, Frost's Improvements in, 72
  • Balloons, A Passenger Line of, 317
  • Banks, 202
  • Bank Notes, Forgery of, 274
  • Bankruptcy, Court of, In re Mare, 153, 196, 288, 323
  • Bankruptcy, Court of, In re Richard Jenkin Polyglass, 334
  • Bankruptcy of G. Bennett, Iron Master, 313
  • Bankruptcy of J. II. Blackwell, 313
  • Bankruptcy of Green the Banker, 313
  • Barcelona, Trial Trip of the, 85
  • Barclay and Co. r. the Anderston Foundry Company (Court of Session, Scotland), 167
  • Bar-Cutting Tool, Tluls•'s, 34.5
  • Barlow and Co. Fees from British Applicants for American Patents, 287
  • Barlow's Wood-Planing Machine, 60
  • Barlow, M.A., F.R.S., V.P., Sec. R. I., on Aluminium, by the Rev. J., 239, 274
  • Barram, Jos., on the Subject of the Exhibition of Inventions at the Society of Arts, 187
  • Bath Gas Company, 224
  • Baths, New, 218
  • Batley, Wm., Portable Engines, 285
  • Battery Floating, built by Mr. Napier, of Glasgow, (Note Book), 125
  • Battery, by Geo. Mathmt, a Self-Sustaining, 1,16, 182, 219
  • Battery, the Nautilus, 130
  • Battery at Pembroke, New Drill, 211
  • Buttery, Proposed New, 43
  • Battery, Scotch Gun, 231
  • Battery on the Thames, Launch of a Floating, 250
  • Bayley and Quarmby's Machinery for Cording Fibrous Materials, 312
  • Beams, Sandwich, ' An Architect,' 309
  • Beattie's Group Mr., 202
  • Beattie v. The London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company, 347
  • Beattie, Mr. Trial (Note Bix)k), 349
  • Beaugrand and Gommes' Machinery for Manufacturing Metal Wares, 269
  • Belcher, Sir Ed. (Note Book), 21
  • Belfast and Fleetwood Line of Steamers, 63
  • Belfast School of Art, 38
  • Belgian Steamers, New Line of, 14
  • Belgique, the Steamer, 74
  • Bells, on Large, 86
  • Bellay's Improvements in Earthenware and China, 117
  • Bennock, Francis, on Thread or Fibre Gilding (Society of Arts), 210
  • Benthams, M. S., Fire-proof Buildings, 199
  • Bernard's Patent Machine Boot and Shoe Company, 333
  • Berthon, Rev. Mr. (Note Book), 33
  • Betts, E. L., Grand Trunk Canada Iktilway, 213
  • Betts' Patent Capsules, 335
  • Betteley's Improvements in Ships' Anchors' 53
  • Beyer and Peacock's Works at Gorton, near Manchester, Plan of Messrs., 332
  • Beyer and Peacock's Wall Engine, 314
  • Bidder, Mr. Geo., Mental Calculation by (Institution of Civil Engineers), 111, 123
  • Bidder, Mr. Geo., on Square and Cube Roots, 134
  • Bidder, Mr. Geo., 112
  • Bills Passed (House of Commons), 263
  • Bills, Parliamentary, 211
  • Bills, Parliamentary., Lancashire Railway, 153
  • Bills, Report of the Committees on Railway, 294, 313, 322, 334, 347
  • Birch's Improvements in the Manufacture of Iron, 100
  • Birkenhead to Liverpool, Submarine Tunnel from, 228
  • Birmingham Ironmasters' Quarterly Meeting, 26
  • Birmingham, Progress of, 43
  • Birmingham Trade, 202
  • Birmingham Waggon Company, 146
  • Bismuth upon Copper, Influence of, 5
  • Blame where it is Due (Note Book), 149
  • Bleach Works Bill, 201
  • Blowing Apparatus, 'luck's Improvements in, 133
  • Blythe and Another r. 'fityleur, 211
  • Board of Works, the Amusement of the (Note Book), 283
  • Boat, Deschamps and Vilcocq's Free Diving, 121
  • Boat, NI!. Inshaw's, 8
  • Boat, Life, Designed by James Peake, Esq., 20
  • Boat, Regent's Canal tug, 4
  • Boiler, Andrews' Tubular Steam, 73, 101, 113
  • Boiler, Cameron's Conical Fire-Box 17
  • Boiler,Canieron's Conical Fire-Box, W.Mi1lward,105,113
  • Boiler, Child's, II., 188
  • Boiler, Dewranee's, 77, 101, 108, 113
  • Boiler, Description of a New Duplicate Retort Steam, 195
  • Boiler, Thomas Dunn's Steam, 297, 337
  • Boiler Explosion, W. Adrews, 229, 219
  • Boiler Explosion, 38, 50, 181, 217, 261, 342
  • Boiler Explosion, Glasgow, 217
  • Boiler Explosion, Causes of, by Mr. W. K. Hall, U.S., America (Institution of Civil Engineers), 171, 133
  • Boilers, Feeding of, Jno. Player, C.E., 14
  • Boilers for Steam Carriages, Thomas's Improvements in, 208
  • Boilers and Furnaces, &c., Valuable Remarks on Steam, 102
  • Boilers, Incrustation in Steam, II. Childs, 26.
  • Boilers, Incrustation on Steam, NI. Duclos do Boussois (Note Book), 69
  • Boilers, Incrustation on Steam, Thos. Forsyth, 26
  • Boilers, Incrustation on Steam, Jas. Napier, F.C.S.' 6
  • Boilers, Incrustation on Steam, W. Wheelwright, 38
  • Boilers, Lees' Improvements in Marine and other, 52
  • Boilers, Macnaught's Improvements in Steam, 36
  • Boilers Manufactured at Messrs. Scott Russell's, 152
  • Boilers, Mellor and Young's Machinery for Supplying Water to Steam, 196
  • Boiler and Oscillating Valve, Cowburn's Cellular, 268
  • Boilers, Ramsbottom's Safety Valves and Feeding Apparatus for Steam, 96
  • Boilers, Rennie's Improvements in Marine Steam, 308
  • Boilers, C. Fred. Thou's, 113
  • Bois de Boulogne, Artesian Well in the, 132
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway Co., 335
  • Bollard, Hull e. (Infringement), 211
  • Bolts rind Screw Minks, Rothera's Machinery for Making, 308
  • Book of Facts, Year, by .John Tinibs, F.S.A., 198
  • Books Lent, not Books Lost, 198
  • Borer, Tunnel, 65
  • Boulogne, New Sluices at, 176
  • Boydell'm Traction Engine, Experiments with, 183, 195
  • Braidwood, Assoc. Inst. C.E., Supt. Fire Brigade, on Fires and Fire-proof Structures (Soc. of Arts), 258
  • Brakes, Alleyne and Straffords' Railway, 109
  • Bramham Moor, 348
  • Brassey, Mr. 'I'., Grand Trunk Canada Railway, 215
  • Brasseur's Machinery for Winding 'Weft, 22.1
  • Brass Tubes of Boilers, 50
  • Brazilian Railway, SO
  • Breach of Contract, Important Decision, 120
  • Breech Loading Fire-arms, Minid's Improvements in, 18
  • Bricks, Drying and Burning, H. Chamberlain, 322, 337
  • Bricks, Experiments on the Power of (Note Book), 125
  • Bricks by Machinery, by Mr. 11. Chamberlain, C.F.., on the Manufacture of, 306
  • Bricks, Experiments on the Strength of Hollow and Solid, by Mr. H. Chamberlain (Society of Arts), 334
  • Bricks and Tiles, Weight and Green's Improvements in the Manufacture or, 121
  • Bridge in Canada, Fall of a Suspension, 320
  • Bridge, Draw, F.S., 197
  • Bridge, Isle of Wight Steam, 56, 152
  • Bridge in the Park (Note 1300k), 337
  • Bridge, London, Mr. S. O. Keefe, C.E., 137
  • Bridge, Rochester, New, 348
  • Bridge over the Rhine ialls 278
  • Bridge over the River Suir,Cast-iron, 336
  • Bridges, Progress of the New (Note Book), 297.
  • Bridges we are Going to Build, (Note book), 20
  • Bridget, Tabunrin's Metallic Arch for. 10$
  • Bridge at the Woodside Iron Works, Iron, 183
  • Bridgewater Canal, 62
  • Bridle for Over-ruling Fiery Horses, Guilbert and Guillemere's, 292
  • Brigg e. Beardsell (Vice-Chancellors Court), 275
  • Brighton (;as Company, 190
  • Brooman's Improvements in the Manufacture of Net, 108
  • Brough, Mr. Lionel, Inspector of Coal Mines, 66
  • British Association, 269
  • British Consul's Manual (Literary Notice), 82
  • British Workman (Literary Notice), 82
  • Brussels Congress, Hearty $ ipport of the Coming, 329
  • Buckingham Palace, Lighting of, 267
  • Buckled Platesallet's, 19
  • Budget, the, Dopes Deferred or Forlorn, 285
  • Buffers and other Springs, Myers' Improvements in, 152
  • Buildings in the Dockyards, who Designs the luflumtnable, by Ironstone, 215
  • Buildings, Fire-Proof, Lady Bentham, 199
  • Building, the Midland Institute, 202
  • Buoy, Life, 19
  • Bullough, Wm. and Walmsley's Warping Machinery, 83
  • Burch, J., on the Printing or Fabrics (Soc. of Arts), 246 Murders' Oil Feeders for Lubricating Machinery, 129
  • Burke's, Mr. F., Invention for Separating the Fibres of Different Vegetablos for Manufacturing Purposes, 33
  • Burn's, W., Engineer, Water-Pipes, 165
  • Bursting of a Mortar ut Woolwich, 171
  • Bush v. Sir Charles Fox and Others, 347
  • Butcher and Newey's Improvements in Forge Hammers, 44, 57
  • Bute Clock Ballast Men, 247
  • Butty Miner, the, 277
  • 'C.' Railway Practice and Mechanical Engineers, 15 27, 51, 75, 166
  • 'C.' Ritchie's Locomotive Engine, 29, 45
  • 'C.' Problem of Balance Weights, 198, 310
  • Cadmus, Launch of the, 314
  • Calculating Apparatus, Newton's, 121
  • Calculating Excavation and Embankment, by Ger. A. Simruonson, :122
  • Calcutta, Telegraph to, 228
  • Caledonian Railway, Accident on the, 211
  • Cameron's Patent Conical Fire-box Boiler, 17, 113
  • Cameron's Patent Conical Fire-box Boiler, W. Milward, 105
  • Cameron, Mr. James, Civil Engineer for Cape Town, 164
  • Campbell raid Others reran,. Prim, 118
  • Cumpain's Machinery for Filling Sacks, 77
  • Canadian Railways, ).68
  • Canal, Bridgewater, 62
  • Canal, Purification of the Bridgewater, 224
  • Canal, Practicability of a Ship, by the Valley of the Atrato, by F. M. Kelly, U.S. (Inst. C.E.), 226, 246
  • Canals in India, 167
  • Canal, Steam on the Birmingham, 341
  • Canal Traffic, It -ilway and, 153
  • Candidates Erected (Institution Civil Engineers), 67, 270
  • Candle Company, Price's, Manufacture uf, Wilson, Esq., F.R.S., (Society of A•ts), 41
  • Cannon, Dr. Church's Monster Breech Loading, 247
  • Cannon and Shot, Gower's Improvements in, 115
  • Cape of Good Hope Gas Company, 102
  • Cape Town, Mr. 1). Cameron, Civil Engineer for, 164
  • Caird and Co., Launch of a Screw Steamer from Messrs., 114
  • Caisse des Mines, 323
  • Car of Juggernaught, the, 253
  • Carcel and his Lamp, 22, 37, 43
  • Carding Fibrous Materials, Bayley and Quarmby's Machinery for, 312
  • Carlton Club, Ventilation of the, 312
  • Carpet Manufactory, by Alexander Whytock (Society of Arts), 110
  • Carriages, LVIllly'S Improvements In, 312
  • Carriages, the Patent raiiitemps, 112
  • Carriages, Prussian and English Railway, 323
  • Carriage Repository, Iron, 314
  • Carriage Steps, It. and E. Vezey's, 72
  • Cartridges, Manufacture of, 73
  • Cases fur Preserved Meats, 36
  • Cast-iron Ordnance, from Hird, Dawson and II areby, 141
  • Cathedral in Liverpool, 233
  • Cattle Market, the New, 247
  • Caulking Decks, &c., Macintyre's Apparatus for, 228
  • Cause and Effect (Note Book), 169
  • Caution (Note Book), 149
  • Caution to Mine and Colliery Proprietors, 153
  • Cavalry Equipments, Cruikshank's Improvements in, 32
  • Ceilings, Decks, &c., Macintyre's Apparatus for Caulking, 228
  • Celestial Bodies, &c., Rotary Movement of the, by James Nasmyth, Esq. 138, 150
  • Cemetery, City of Esq., 139
  • Cemetery Company, New, 265
  • Cemetery, Delay in Opening the City, 247
  • Cesspools Johnson's Machinery for Emptying, 76
  • Ceylon Railway Company, 350
  • Chadwick's Apparatus for Measuring Fluids, 256
  • Chain Trade, 218
  • Chairs, Davis's Improvements in Railroad, 256
  • Chairs. Hostage and Tatlock's Slide and Tongue Railway, 152
  • Chairs, Sand's Improvements in Securing Rails in Railway, 268
  • Chamber of Commerce, 234
  • Chamber of Commerce, Birmingham, 265
  • Chamberlain, H., Burning and Drying of Bricks, by,322, 337
  • Chamberlain, H., Manufacture of Bricks by Machinery (Society of Arts), 306
  • Chamberlain, H., Experiments on the Strength of Bricks, 334
  • Chance, Esq., William, Death of, 80
  • Chance's Glass-Flattening Furnaces, 76
  • Chance, IL, on the Manufacture of Glass, (Society of Arts), 78
  • Chance, the School of the Brothers, 289
  • Chatterway, Railways, their Capital and Dividends, by E. D., 138
  • Cheap Train Company. 152
  • Chelsea Bridge, 201, 323
  • Chemical Constitution of odies, 7
  • Chemical Influence of Electricity, Light, and 'Leal, 83, 99, 111
  • Chemical Trade on the Tyne, 1 ,
  • Chemistry, Importance of, 37
  • Chepstow Gas %Voris, 253
  • Child's, H., Boiler ant Pump, 188
  • Child's, H., Incrustation upon Steam boilers, 26
  • Child's, A., Oscillating Engine, 309
  • China, Bellay's Improvements in Earthenware and, 117
  • Cholera, French Academy (Note Book), 101
  • Church's, Dr., Monster Breech Loading Cannon, 247
  • Churches, Mr. Skidmore's Iron, 218
  • Churning. Greening's Machinery for Washing, Mangling and, 180
  • Chroom-Lahneraphy, 250
  • Chrimes, Eskholme and Morris's Improvements in Preventing Waste of Water 112
  • Circle, Quadrature of the, 13
  • City Observatory, the, 191
  • City Sewers, 183
  • City Commission of Sewers, 139, 192, 247, 295, 323
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of. 314
  • Civil Service, Estimates of, 148
  • Clark, D. K., Mr. Adam's New Rail, 25 and 26
  • Clark, D. K., Assoc. Inst. C.E., Improvement of Railway Stock, 306
  • Clark, Professor, M.D., Supply of Pure Water to the Metropolis (Society of Arts), 270, 282
  • Clarkson's Patent Pumps, Masts, and Tents, 336
  • Clay's Improved mode of Manufacturing Forged Iron, 96
  • Clernence's Improved Omnibus, 140
  • Cliaper Ship, Tiptree's, 12
  • Clock at the Crystal Palace, Monster, 320
  • Cloth, Dusautoys' Machinery for Cutting, 321
  • Coal, 147
  • Coal from Australia, 73
  • Coal Freights. GO
  • Coal from Liverpool, Shipment of, 314
  • Coal to the Metropopolis, Supply of, 26
  • Coal-Pits, Introduction of Gas into, 232
  • Coal Trade, 74
  • Coal, by the Steamer Panama, Saving in the Consumption of, 141
  • Coal, to Supply Paris with, 68
  • Coal, Uses of, 216
  • Coal-Whipper's Bill, 346
  • Coal, Van Dieman's Land, 53
  • Cochrane, Messrs., Woodside Iron Works, near Dudley, 183
  • Cocks, Frost's Ball or Float, 72
  • Cocks and Taps, Scully and Heywood's Improvements in the Construction of, 216
  • Coinage, the New (a Literary Notice), 82
  • Coinage, Weights and Measures, Decimal, 348
  • Coke. Narrow Escape from being Suffocated by Lighted, 129
  • Collier and Mine Owners, Important Case to, (Note Book), 150, 338
  • Collier, New Screw, 287
  • Colliers' Steamers, Compartments in the, 181
  • Collieries, Wolverhampton, 39
  • Colliery Accident, 4
  • Colliery Engine Brake, 202
  • Colliery Filled with Water at Gateshead, 24
  • Colliery Regulations, 60, 112
  • Collier'. Association, the Steam, Premium .e500 (Note Book), 33
  • Colliers' Strike, Scotch, 227
  • Collisions and Accidents at Sea, by J. C. Hutchison, 170
  • Collision at Sea, 142
  • Colouring Steel and Bell Metal, 52
  • Colt's Fire-arms, 60
  • Combustion, B,' 185
  • Commerce of Liverpool, on Sonic of the Animal and Vegetable Products Constituting the Foreign, Mr. Archer's Paper (Society of Arts), 122
  • Commercial Prospect of the Country, (Note Book), 297
  • Commission, a Subject for a Government (Note Book), 297
  • Commissioners of Patents (Note Book), 81
  • Commissioners, Report of the Exhibition, 259
  • Committees on Railway Bills, Reports of the, 287, 294, 313, 322, 334, 347
  • Committee of Works and Improvements, 213
  • Communication with Australia, Steam, 57, 1:37, 217, 247, 297
  • Communication with Australia, Postal, 295
  • Communication between Driver and Guard, A. Molson, 45
  • Communication with Ireland, Steam, 247
  • Communication between London and Dublin, 34:
  • Communication between London and Paris, Steam, 253
  • Communication, Metropolitan, 295
  • Communicator, Sibbald's Ship, 294
  • Companies, Joint-Stock, 1:39
  • Canpaniett, Prosperity of Indian Steam, 261
  • Company, Austra,ian Steam Navigation, 217, 290
  • Company, Banbury Gas Light and Coke, 290
  • Campany, Bath, Gas, 224
  • Company, Bernard's Patent Machine Boot and Shoe, 335
  • Company, Birmingham Waggon, 146
  • Company, Brighton Ga., 190
  • Company, British Slog. 348
  • company, Cape of Good Hope Gas, 192
  • Company. Ceylon Railway, 350
  • Company, Eastern Counties' Railway, 17
  • Company, Fibre and Paper Manufacturing, 294
  • Company, General Screw Steam, 171, 231
  • Company, Hultsdorf Mills, 350
  • Company, Imperial Lombardo-Venetian and Central Italian Railway, 247
  • Company, Miner's Electro-Chemical Reduction; 207
  • Company, New Gas, 218
  • Company, North and South Wales Fuel, 227
  • Company, Peninsular and Oriental S. P., 324
  • Company, Philadelphia Steam Ship, 147
  • Company, Proposed Lingfield Gas,194
  • Company, Report of the Bombay, Baroda, and Central India, 335
  • Company, Victoria London Dock, 271
  • Company, Whichelo, versus The Brighton and Hove Waterworks, 295
  • Compass, the, 22
  • Compass Committee (Note Book), 125
  • Compass, Experiments, 33, 45
  • Compasses, Adjustment of Ships', 261
  • Competition of Skill and Talent (Note Book), 247
  • Conclusion of the Miners' Strike, 326
  • Concrete, Use of New and Old, 44
  • Conder's, Chas. E., Problem of Balance Weights, 286
  • Condie, John, Butcher, and Newcy's Forge Hammers, 57
  • Conducting rowers of Metals, 62
  • Constantinople, 216
  • Constantinople, Telegraphic Communication with, 217
  • Conspiracy to Defraud, Extensive, 265
  • Conspiracy in one of the Iron Works, Extensive, 277
  • Consistency, Admiralty (Note Book), 249
  • Consumption of Smoke in the Navy, 140
  • Consul's Manual, The British (Literary Notice), 82
  • Contracts, 202
  • Contract with Government, by Messrs. Napier, Glasgow,) Contract in the Iron Trade, Alleged Breach of, 50
  • Contracts are Given, how Government, 152
  • Contracts for Rations, 72
  • Cooling's Improvements in Pumps, 212
  • Copper, Australian, 218
  • Copper, Influence of Bismuth upon, 5
  • Copper Smelting Monopoly, 185
  • Copper and Tin, 317
  • Copeock's and Robert' Improvements in Looms for Weaving, 56
  • Corn Planters, Improvements in, 14
  • Correspondents, To, 9, 21, 33, 45. 57, (39, 81, 101, 113, 125, 137, 149, 169, 185, 197, 213, 229, 249, 261, 273, 285, 297, 309, 325, 337, 349
  • Cossham's Views, Mr. Handel, 277
  • Cotsell's Improvements in Gutter and Kerb for Roads, 336
  • Cotton, Colonel A., upon the Chief Requirements of India, 289
  • Counterfeit Coin, 234, 253
  • Court of Chancery, In re Adamson's Patent, 231
  • Court of Chancery, In re Daines' Patent, 211
  • Court of Chancery, In re Lowe's Patent, 118, 139
  • Court of Chancery, In re Toison's Petition for Sealing a Patent, 263, 311
  • Court of Bankruptcy, In re Mare, 153
  • Court of Session (Scotland), Barclay and Co. against the Anderston Foundry Company. 167
  • Court-martial on Commander F. P. Warren, 138
  • Covent Garden Theatre, Fire at, 153, 170
  • Covent Garden Theatre, Fire at (Note Book), 137
  • Cowburn's Cellular Boiler and Oscillating Safety Valve, 268
  • Creditor, a Grasping, Rebuked, 277
  • Creditors of Messrs. Scott Russell and Co., Meeting of (Note Book), 81
  • Crimea, Iron in the, 255
  • Crow and Weallens' Improvements in Steam Engines, 136
  • Crushing and Grinding Grain, Turner's Improvements in. 40
  • Crushing Machine, Wm. Pattinson's Cornish, 81
  • Crushing Grain, W. and J. Wright's Machinery for, 248
  • Cryolite, Preparation of Aluminium from, 66
  • Crystal Palace, 84
  • Cruickshank's Improvements in Cavalry Equipments, 32
  • Cruickshank's Improvements in Cavalry Equipments (Note Book), 33
  • Cultivation by Steam (Society of Arts),Jno. Fowler, jun., Bristol, 54
  • Culture, Steam, G3
  • Cumberland Coal, 147
  • Cunningham's Improvements in Reefing Sails, 209
  • Customs Dues, United States, Reduction in the, 234
  • Cutlery, by James Wilson, Manufacture of Articles from Steel, particularly (Society of Arts), 200
  • Cutting Cloth, &c., Dusautoy's Machinery for, 321
  • Cutting Paper, Machine for, L,' 185
  • Cutting Paper, Card, &c., Ullmer's Improvements in Machinery for, 165
  • Cylinders, Strength of Cast Iron, by John Orm• Andrews, 114
  • Daine's Patent (Court of Chancery), 211
  • Dalton's Improvements in Furnaces for Smelting Iron Ore, 18, 45
  • Davey and Stanton's Warming and other Stoves, 72
  • Davis's Patent Parallel Vice, 36
  • Davis's Improvements in Railroad Chairs, 256
  • Dawson, Mr. Geo., M.A., Midland Institute, 301, 329
  • Dead by Burning, Disposal of the (Note Book), 33
  • Deaf, Valuable Instrument for the, 303
  • Death of W. Chance, Esq., 80
  • Death of the Fine Arts Prize Association, 329
  • Death of Mr. Mole, 218
  • Decimal Coinage, and Weights and Measures, 348
  • Decision as to Railway Travelling, 147
  • Decks, &c., Macintyre's Apparatus for Caulking, 228
  • Decorations, Architectural, a New Substance for, 38
  • Detective Mortars (Messrs. II. and M. D. Grissell), 187, 131
  • Delta, New Ship Launched for the P. and 0. Company, the, 294
  • Denmark, Claims of, 341
  • Dennison's, Mr., Anecdote of Cheap Train Company, 152
  • Dentun versus The Great Northern Railway, 56
  • Der Preusse, Launched from Messrs. Scott Russell Yard, 57
  • Deschamp and Vilcoq's Free Diving Boat, 121
  • Desert, Making a Sea of the Arabian, 26
  • Despotism. a Plea for (Note Book), 309
  • Dewrance's Patent Boiler, 77, 101, 108, 113
  • Dewrance's Improvements in the Frames of Piano, Fortes, 293
  • Diagrams Illustrative of Combustion of Smoke, 19
  • Dickens' Machinery for Spinning Silk, 292
  • Dickinson's Improvements in Making Piper, 293
  • Dickson's Mr. John, Permanent Way, 38, 57
  • Diggers, Gold, 298
  • Digging Machine, 257
  • Digging Potatoes, Hanson's Machinery for, 164
  • Dinner of the Society of Arts, Anniversary, 346
  • Discharging and Loading Vessels, 120, 152, 193
  • Discharging and Loading Vessels, J. Taylor and Co., 24
  • Diving Dresses, on Improvements in, by Mr. W. Heinke. 143, 183
  • Docks, Accident at the West India, 259
  • Docks, Extension at Newport. 217
  • Docks, North Shields and Tyncmouth, 228
  • Docks at Trieste, 284
  • Docks at Victoria, 298
  • Dock Company, Victoria (London), 271
  • Docks, Yarrow, 259
  • Dodge's Machinery for Spreading Waterproofing Compounds, 348
  • Donations to the Society of Arts, 105
  • Dowlais Waterworks, 343
  • Downing-street, Proposed Improvements in Pall-mall and, 145
  • Drainage of the Fens, 106
  • Drainage (I•eland) Advances Bill, 347
  • Drainage, South of London, 229
  • Drainage, South of London (Note Book), 197
  • Drake's, Dr., Ignition Engine, 8
  • Drawing off Aerated Liquors, Rogers' Apparatus for Retaining and, 104
  • Drawing Instruments, 14, 234
  • Drill, Knighton's Portable, 181
  • Drill, Nasmyth's Grooving Machine, or Recessing, 280
  • Drilling and Recessing Machine, by Messrs. Kershaw, 344
  • Drilling and Screw-cutting Machine, 25
  • Drying Purposes, Consumption of Smoke and its Economy for, 118
  • Drysdale, Assoc. Inst., C.E., Chas., on Steep Gradients of Railways and the Locomotives employed (I.C.E.), 199, 210
  • Dubrulle's Improvements in Safety Lamps,173
  • Dues, The Danish Sound, 341
  • Dues, Opposition to the Liverpool, 277
  • Dundalk and Enniskillen Linc of Rails, Sinking of t Portion of the, 52
  • Dunn's New Duplicate Retort Steam Boiler, 196, 297,33:
  • Dusautoy's Machinery for Cutting Cloth and other Sul, stances, 321
  • Dutch Engineers on a Tour of Inquiry, 329
  • Duty on Iron, Reduction of, 329
  • Dwelling for the Labouring Classes, 334
  • 'Dyer,' Heating Water in Boilers, 69
  • Dyffryn Coal Pit, Fatal Accident at the, 106
  • Earthenware and China, Bellay's Improvements in, 117
  • Eastern Counties Railway, 52, 53, 141
  • Eastern Counties Railway (Note Book), 21, 33
  • Eastern Counties Railway Company, 17
  • Eastern Counties Railway, State of the, 167
  • Eccentric Sluice Valve, Wailes's, 181
  • Economy for Drying Purposes, Consumption of Smoke and its, 118
  • Effect, Cause and (Note Book), 169
  • Egypt, Public Works in, 258, 311
  • Egyptian Railway, 53
  • Elected Candidates, Inst. of Civil Engineers, 67
  • Elected Members of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 199, 258, 67
  • Election of Directors of Eastern Counties Railway, 141
  • Election of Members of Society of Arts, 134
  • Electricity, Heat, and Light, Chemical Influence of, 83, 99, 111
  • Electric Communication with America, 335
  • Electric Motive Engines, 113
  • Electric Telegranhs, Walker and McKenzies Improvements in, 109
  • Ecetro-Chemical Reduction Company (Miners), 207
  • Electro Magnet, A.C.E., 125
  • Elevations, Stocqueler and Saunders' Apparatus for Obtaining, 173
  • Elliott, W. E., on Main Drainage (South London), 229
  • Ely Tidal Harbour and Railway, 287
  • Embankment and Excavation, Method of Calculating, by Geo. A. Simmonson, 322
  • Emering, Ernest, on Smoke Nuisance, 337
  • Employment of Workmen on Sundays, 211
  • Enamel, Paris's Patent, 234
  • Enfield Water Works, 32
  • Engine, Mesers. Beyer and Peacock's Wall, 344
  • Engine, Dr. Drake's Ignition, 8
  • Engine, Experiments with Boydell's Traction, 183, 195
  • Engine Framing, Messrs. Hawthorn's System of, 61
  • Engine, Igniter Gas, 190
  • Engine, A. Child's, Oscillating, 309
  • Engine, Dr. Tremblev's Steam Ether (Note Book), 45
  • Engine, Fairbairn's, 'Pumping, 183
  • Engine, Ritchie's, 8, 16, 29, 69
  • Engine, Ritchie's (Note Book), 9
  • Engines, Allen's Improvements in Steam, 212
  • Engines, Fire, 55
  • Engines, Improvements in Rotary, 7
  • Engines, Lawrie's Improvements in Marine Steam, 168
  • Engines, Morton and Hunt's Motive Power, 68
  • Engines, Wm. Bailey's, Portable, 285
  • Engines, Wellen's and Crow's Improvements in Steam, 136
  • Engines, Wharton's Improvements in Marine Steam, 48
  • Engines, Working Steam Expansively in Marine, 13
  • Engineers at Paris, Congress of, 341
  • Engineers' share in the late War (Note Book), 185
  • Engineering, Railway Practice and Mechanical, 15, 27, 51, 75. 166
  • Enniskillen Line of Railway, Sinking of a Portion of the Dundalk and, 52
  • Enterprise, a New Russian Field of (Note Book), 229
  • Equipments, Cruikshank's Improvements in Cavalry, 32
  • Ericsson, Accident to Mr. (Note Book), 9
  • Eskholme, Morris, and Corime's Improvements in Preventing Waste of Water, 112
  • Esplan's Apparatus for Regulating the Supply of Gas, 216
  • Esplanade, Thames, 7, 18
  • Essay on Smoke, the Prize (Note Book), 149
  • Estimates of Civil Services, 148
  • Etna, the, 212
  • Excavation and Embankment, Method of Calculating, by Geo. A. Simmonson, 322
  • Exchequer, Court of, Wood versus Bell and Others, 263
  • Expenses, by D. K. Clark, C.E., on the Improvement of Railway Stock, &c., 306
  • Exhibition for 1858, the Art, 295
  • Exhibition of Art Treasures at Manchester, 335
  • Exhibition, Commissioners, Report of the, 259
  • Exhibition, French, 257
  • Exhibition of 1856, French Agricultural, 217, 227
  • Exhibition of Inventions (Society of Arts), 171, 187
  • Exhibition of 1857, Manchester Art, 283
  • Exhibition Reports, Paris, 167
  • Exhibition of the Works of Art, Our Next (Note Book), 285
  • Exhibitors at the last Paris Show, Successful, 329
  • Experiment in Steam Navigation, 320
  • Experiments in the Admiralty (Note Book), 138
  • Experiments with Boydell's Traction Engine, 195, 183
  • Experiments in Gunnery, 208
  • Explosion at Bilston. Boiler, 265
  • Explosion, Boiler, 38, 50, 181, 247, 342, 253
  • Explosion, Boiler, Cannot be Prevented (Note Book), 198
  • Explosion, Boiler, W. Andrews, 229, 249
  • Explosion, Boiler, Masters' Cupidity and Engineers' Disgrace (Note Book), 213
  • Explosion of a Bomb Shell at Llandaff, 291
  • Explosion, Dreadful Colliery, 293
  • Explosion, Earl Granville's, Colliery, 341
  • Explosion in Glasgow, Dreadful Boiler, 217
  • Explosion at a Japannery, 253
  • Explosion, Prevention of Steam Boiler, 296
  • Explosion, Prevention of Steam Boiler (Note Book), 297
  • Explosion, to Prevent, 277
  • Explosion in Steam Boilers, Cause of, J. Anthony, 81
  • Explosion in Steam Boilers, Cause of, R.P.C., 26.1
  • Explosion in Steam Boilers, by Mr. W. K. Hall, United States (I.C.E.), 133, 171
  • Explosion of Sulphur, 253
  • Explosion at the Ynisdavid Pit, 320
  • Exports of Metals and Machinery, Increase in, 302 Exports of Metals, 1855, Imports and, 341
  • Expunging the Blots from the Statute Book (Note Book), 213
  • Extension of Newport Dock, 217
  • Extinguisher, A Gun Fire, 265
  • Eyre, Major Vincent, On Metallic Boats and Military Waggons, United Service Inst., by, 274
  • Fabrics, on the Printing of, by J. Birch (Soc. of Arts), 246
  • Factories Bill, 201, 212, 231, 334, 346
  • Factory Bill and Inspectors, 295
  • Factory Bill, the Millowners of Huddersfield and the, 259
  • Factory Inspectors' Report, 311
  • Failure of a Steam Navigation Company (Note Book), 309
  • Fairbairn's New Pumping Engine, 183
  • Fairbairn's Tank Locomotive, 321
  • Fairbairn's Tank Locomotive, by " E," 337
  • Fairbairn's, W., Usefull Information for Engineers, 57, 69
  • Fall of a Suspension Bridge in Canada, 320
  • Faraday, D.C.L., F.R.S., on Certain Magnetic Actions and Affections (Royal Inst. of Great Britain), 122
  • Fatal Submarine Experiment, 7
  • Father of Screw Propulsion, the (Note Book), 249
  • Fawcett, Messrs., of Liverpool, 57
  • Feeders for Lubricating Machinery, Burdess' Oil, 129
  • Feeding Apparatus for Steam Boilers, Ramsbottom's Safety Valves and, 96
  • Fees from British Applicants for American Patents, Barlow and Co., 287
  • Fees to Engineers, Inquest, 265
  • Fees from Patent Office, Surplus, 77
  • Felkin, Win. Esq.. F.L.S., on the State of the Machine Wrought Lace Trade (Society of Arts), 294
  • Fens, Drainage of the, 106
  • F. H.,' Oscillation, by, 170
  • Fibrous Materials, Bayley and Quarmby's Machinery for Carding, 312
  • Fields of North Devon, Iron and Coal, 353
  • Fiery Cross, Ship, the, 211
  • File-Cutting Machinery, Newton's, 76
  • Filling Corn and other Sacks, Campain's Machinery for, 77
  • Filter, Cheap Household, 4
  • Fine Arts Prize Association, Death of the, 329
  • Fining a Pit Proprietor, 253
  • Fire-arms, Colt's, 60
  • Fire-arms, Minid's Improvements in Breech Loading, 18
  • Fire-arms and Railway Signals, Captain J. Norton's, 52
  • Fire Damp, Explosion of (Yensdavid Pit), 320
  • Fire Engines, 55
  • Fire at Covent Garden Theatre, 153, 170
  • Fire at Drury Lane Theatre, 142
  • Fire, How to Make a, 73
  • Fire Insurance, Reduction in, 190
  • Fire at Messrs. Scott Russell's Ship Yard, 140
  • Fires, Prevention of, W. W., 273
  • Fire-proof Buildings, M. S. Bentham's,199
  • Fires, Fire-proof Structures, (Soc. of A.), by Jas. Braidwood, Assoc. Inst. C.E., Sup. of L. F. Brigade, 258
  • Firing Guns by Galvanism, 191
  • Fireworks in the Parks, 247
  • Fisher's Screw, 311
  • Fishery, Pearl, 106
  • Fish Jointing, W. Bridges Adams', 111
  • Fish Joints, W. Bridges Adams', 6.5
  • Fish Joints, Robert Richardson, 100
  • Flattening Furnaces, Chance's Glass, 76
  • Flax, &c., Lowry's Machinery for Heckling, 208
  • Fleetwood and Belfast Line of Steamers, 65
  • Fluids, Chadwick's Apparatus for Measuring, 256
  • Flushing Apparatus for Sewers, Self-acting, 128
  • Food, Preservation of, i40
  • Foreign Patent Law, United States, 146, 172
  • Forge Hammers, Butther and Newey's Improvements in, 44, 57
  • Forgery of Bank Notes, 274
  • Forging Machine, Putman's, 28
  • Forrester and Co., Monster Mortar, Messrs. George, 164
  • Forsyth, Thomas, Incrustation on Steam Boilers, 26
  • Foundries in Liverpool, Manufacture of Enormous Pieces of Ordnance at, 38
  • Foundry Hoist and Cupola, a New, 265
  • Fountains, Cast-iron (Note Book), 69
  • Fowke, R.E., Captain, on an Improved Sword, 288
  • Fowler, jun., J. Bristol, on Cultivation by Steam, 54
  • Fowling-pieces, Improvements in, 265
  • Fox and Others, Bush e. Sir Charles, 347
  • Framing, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn's System of Engine, 61
  • France, Mining in, 329
  • Francis' Patent Metallic Life Boats, Trial of Mr., 347
  • Frauds, Gas, 153
  • Free Trade and Free Industry (Note Book), 273
  • Free Trade with France, 329, 341
  • Free Trade, Progress of, 329
  • French Novelties, 8
  • Frigate, Shannon, 24
  • Frost's Ball or Float Cocks, 72
  • Fuel Company, North and South Wales, 227
  • Furnaces, Chance's Glass Flattening, 76
  • Furnaces, Juckes' Improvements in, 208
  • Furnaces for Smelting Iron Ore, Dalton's Improvements in, 18, 45
  • Furnaces, Valuable Remarks on Steam Boilers, &c., 102
  • Fullers and Williams' Improvements in Wrenches, Pliers, and Spanners, 32
  • Fuse, Captain Norton's Concussion, 109
  • Galvanism, Firing Guns by, 191
  • Gas, 66
  • Gas Apparatus Portable, 145
  • Gas, Apparatus for Purifying and Carbonising, 7
  • Gas Company, Bath, 224
  • Gas Company, Brighton, 190
  • Gas Company, 218
  • Gas Company, Cape of Good Hope, 192
  • Gas in Coal Pits, J. H. Little on, 249
  • Gas into Coal Pits, Introduction of, 232
  • Gas Engine, an Igniter, 190
  • Gas, Esplin's Apparatus for Regulating the Supply, 216
  • Gas Fitter's Mutual Association, 217
  • Gas Fitting, the Science of, 106
  • Gas Frauds, 153
  • Gas Company, Hanson's Oletlant, 308
  • Gas, Ignition of, 185
  • Gas, Mead's Regulator, 36
  • Gas, Melbourne Supplied with, 193
  • Gas, Peat, 250
  • Gas Company, Proposed Linfield, 194
  • Gas Question, the, 231
  • Gas Regulator, Young's, 80
  • Gas, Rowland's Apparatus for Purifying, 73
  • Gas, Stent's Improvements for Measuring, 132
  • Gas Supplied in our Street Lamps, Quantity of, 43
  • Gas Company, Usk, 260
  • Gas Light, Origin of, 124
  • Gas Works, Alleged Nu;sance of, 345
  • Gas Works, Chepstow, 253
  • Gate, Cast Iron, by Baily and Sons, 296
  • Gate in the Upper Danube, Removal of the Iron, 273
  • Gauges for Collieries, Steam Pressure, 45
  • Gauges, Gas and Water, 277
  • Gauge, Hopkinson's Steam Pressure, 104
  • Geographical Society, Royal, 295, 307
  • Geology, 65
  • General Screw Steam Company, the, 171
  • German Railways, 44
  • Gertrude, the Steamship, 338
  • Gilding on Thread and Fibre, by Francis Bennoch, 210
  • Girder Rail, W. Bridges Adam's New, 25, 30, 43
  • Girders, Hamilton's Iron, 73
  • Girders and Tubes, Mr. J. M. Heppel, Inst. Assoc., C.E., (Institution Civil Engineers), 27
  • Girders, which is the Best Treatise on, 125
  • Glasgow Iron Trade, 10
  • Glasgow Waterworks, 294
  • Glass-Flattening Furnace, Chance's, 76
  • Glass, Manufacture of, by Mr. H. Chance (Society of Arts), 78, 18
  • Glass, New Ornamental, 353
  • Glass Product, Artistic, 277
  • Gloomy (Note Book), 150
  • Gold, Australian, 346
  • Gold Diggers, 298
  • Gommee and Bcaugrand's Machinery for Manufacturing Metals Wares, 269
  • Goodall's Grinding Machine, 215
  • Good's Straw Shakers of Threshing Machines, 141
  • Government Contracts are Given, How, 151
  • Government Patronage and Science (Note Book), 325
  • Government Treatment of Inventors (Note Book), 325
  • Gower's Improvements in Cannon-shot, 145
  • Gradients of Railways and the Locomotives Employed, on Steep, by Mr. Charles Drysdale, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 199, 210
  • Grain, Nalder's Improvements in Winnowing, 144, 169
  • Grain, Turner's Improvements in Crushing and Grinding, 40
  • Grain, W. J. Wright's Machinery for Crushing, 248
  • Grantham, Mr., on Shipping (Note Book), 9
  • Granville's Colliery, Explosion at Earl, 341
  • Grates, Redmayne's Improvements in Stoves and, 105
  • Great Eastern Steamer, Messrs. Scott Russell and Co.'s, 250
  • Great Northern Railway, Denton v. the, 56
  • Great Mammoth Steam-ship, 268
  • Green and Wright's Improvements in the Manufacture of Bricks and Tiles, 121
  • Greening's Machinery for Washing, Mangling, and Churning, 180
  • Greenock, 02
  • Griffith's, Mr., Trial of his Screw Propeller (Note Book), 57
  • Grimsby, 86
  • Grinding, Crushing, &e., Patterson's Machinery for, 348
  • Grinding and Crushing Grain, Turner's Improvements in, 40
  • Grinding Machine, Gordall's, 245
  • Grinding Mills, Improvements in, 209
  • Grinding Saws, Southwell's Machinery for, 232
  • Grissells', Messrs., Iron Lighthouse, '225
  • Grissells', Messrs., Mortars, 131
  • Grissells', Messrs., Mortars (Note Book), 137
  • Grooving Machine, or Recessing Drill, Nasmyth'i, 280
  • Guano in the Arabian Coast (House of Commons), 295
  • Guano, How to Apply, 269
  • Guernsey, 195
  • (Wilbert. and GuiIlemere's Bridle for Over-ruling Fiery Horses, 292
  • Gulf Stream, the, 14')
  • Gun, Completion and Removal of the Mon.ter, 296
  • Gun Machinery, American, 20
  • Gun at the Mersey Steel and Iron Company's Works, the, 106
  • Gun, the Monster, 132, 232
  • Gunboat Launch at Northern, 29
  • Gunnery, Experiments in, 208
  • Guns by Galvanism, Firing, 191
  • Gutta Percha Tube for every Train (Note Book), 21
  • Gutter and Curb for Roads and Streets, Cotse11's Improved, 336
  • Haekett's Safety Valve for Boilers, 268
  • Hall, Mr. W. K., United States, on the Causes of Explosions of Steam Boilers (Inst. Civil Eng.), 133, 171
  • Hamilton's Iron Girders, 73
  • hammers, Butcher and Newry's Improvements in Forge, 44, 57
  • Hammer, Gigantic Steam, 164
  • Hammer, New Steam, Longwell, 301
  • Hampstead Heath, 295, 334
  • Hampstead Heath. Purchase of (Note Book), 350
  • Hannon'a Machinery for Digging Potatoes, 164
  • Hanson'. Olcfinnt Gas Company, 308
  • Hanwood and Welatipool, Shrewsbury, 7
  • Harbour and Breakwaters, the Holyhead, 187, 313
  • Harbour, Ramsgate, 347
  • Harmony of Theory and Practice in Mechanics, 100 Meting'. Balance Weights, 0., 214, 287
  • Hainwes, Wm., on the Manufacture of Soap (Society of Arts), 172
  • Hawthorn's, Messrs. R. and W., System of Engine Framing, 61
  • Heat and Light, Chemical Influence of Electricity of, 83. 99, 111
  • Heat, Motion and. 315
  • Heating Water, Plan for, MLA., 61
  • Heating Water, Plan for, T. W. Witkinion, 261
  • Heating Water, Plan for, II. Child'., 273
  • Heckling Flax, 8te., Lowry's Improvements fur, 208
  • Heinke, Mr., on Improvements in Diving Drown and other Apparatus for Working under Water, 143, 1143
  • Helmet, M., Iron Girders and Tubes (Inst. C. E.), 27
  • Hepplewhite, Improvements in Spare Rudders for Ship. 141
  • Improvements Improvements in Propelling Vessels, 96
  • Hewitt's Machinery for Pulverising by Means of Pestle and Mortar, 168
  • Hexamicus, London Sewerage, 311
  • Heywood and Scully'. Improvements in the Construction of Cocks and Taps, 216
  • Heywood and Scully'. Improvements in Locks and Latches, 132
  • Hillotype, On American Invention, 37
  • Hirudine, Propeller by W., 230, 286
  • Hirudine, Propulsion, J. H. Pideock, 262, 310
  • Hirudine, Propulsion, K. it. U., 335
  • Hoare', D. J., Screw Propeller, .tag
  • Hobb’s Lock Picked, 3 3
  • Hoffman's, Professor, Experiment with Ammonium, 302
  • Hollow Spherical Italie, 7
  • Holidays and Early Payment of Wages, Half, 234
  • Holyhead Harbour and Breakwaters, 313
  • Holyhead (Harbour Howie of Commons), 187
  • Hook, Hunt's Patent Safety, 13, 21, 33, 45, 113
  • Hopkinnon's, Jun., J., Boiler, 325
  • Hopkinson's So am Pressure Gauge, 194
  • House Rake, Smith's Improved, 232
  • Hoskyn's, C. W., The Progress of Eng(ah Agriculture during the last Fifteen Years (Society of Arts), 122
  • Hospital at Sheerness, Military, 179
  • Hostage and Tatlock's Slide and Tongue Railway Chair, 152
  • House of Commons, 187, 201, 211, 231
  • House of Lords, Contract Mortars, 142
  • House of Lords, St. James's Park, 231
  • Hull versus Bollard, Infringement, 211
  • Hulee'. Bar Cutting Tool, 345
  • Hultoulorf Mills Company, 350
  • Humber, Submarine Telegraph Across the, 248
  • Humphrey and Other., Union Steam Collier Company r., 118
  • Hunt and Morton's Motive Power Engines, 68
  • Hunt's Patent Safety Hook, 13, 21, 33, 45, 113
  • Hunter, Geo. J., Hunt's Patent Safety Hook, 113
  • Hydraulic Machinery at Woolwich, 284
  • Hydraulic Presses, gorbury's Improvements in, 245
  • Igniter, Gas Engine and, 190
  • Implements of Agriculture. New, 329
  • Implements, Agricultural, SO
  • Important to Agriculturists, 342
  • Import, and Exports of Metal., 1855, 341
  • Improvements, Metropolitan (Note Book), 338
  • Improvements in Pall-mall and Downing-street, Propertied, 115
  • Improvement... who Is Benefited by Industrial, 39
  • Incapacity, Official. by M.P., 286
  • Incrustation upon Steam Boller., 11. Child's, 26
  • Incrustation upon Steam Boilers, M. de Itoussois', 67
  • Incrustation upon Steam Boiler., Thos. Forsyth, 26
  • Incrustation upon Steam Boilers, by James Napier, F.C.S., 169
  • Incrustation upon Steam hollers, Preventing the, 265
  • Incrustation upon Steam Boilers, Mr. Wheelwright, 38 India, Canals, in, 167
  • India, Communication with, 295
  • India-Rubber Springs, New Omnibus on, 335
  • India-Rubber, Steam Packing, 1.2
  • Indian Patent Law (Note Book), 273
  • Indian Railways, East, 233
  • Indian Steam Company, Prosperity of the, 261
  • Indicator, Self-Acting Supply Valve Alarm Whistle and, 218
  • Industrial Arts, Metal. and the, 112
  • Industrial Improvement's. w ho is Benefited by, 39
  • Infernal Machine, Submarine. 353
  • Inflammable Buildings in our Dockyards? who Designs (Note Book), 169
  • Inflammable Building., by ' Ironstone,' 215
  • Infringement, Hull, ',rams Bollard, 211
  • Ingram, Building-yard, Launch of a Gun-Boat from Messrs., 115
  • 'Inquirer,' Properties of Water without Air, 13
  • Inshaws, Mr., Boat,
  • Inspector of Coal Mines. 66

INSTITUTION or CIVIL ENGINEERS

  • -Calculations, Mental, by Mr. Geo. Kidder, 111, 123
  • Candidate. Elected, 07, In, 270;
  • Diving Dresses and other Apparatus for Working under Water, by Mr. W. Heinke, on Improvements in, 143, 183;
  • Docks, by Mr. Murray, M I.C.E., Progressive Construction of the Sunderland, 268, 270, 283
  • Explosions of Steam Boilers, by Mr. W. Kemble Hall (U.8.), on the Causes of, 133;
  • Girders and Tubes, Mr. J. Si. Heppe', 31.1.C.8., Iron, 27; Ocean.. and the Practicebillty of a Ship Canal without Locks by the Valley of the Atrato, Mr. F. M. Kelley (U 8.), on the Junction of the Atlantic and Pacific, 220. 240;
  • Railways, British, Mr. Robert Stephenson, M.P., 15
  • Railways and the Locomotives employed, by Mr. Chas. R. Drytelale, Assoc. Inst. C.E., on Steep Gradients of, 199, 210;
  • Railway, Locomotive Stock and Reduction of the Working Expenses, by D. K. Clark, Assoc. Inst. C.E., on the Improvement of, 300;
  • Reply of Mr. Robt. Stephenson, 31.P., to Observations on the Second Report of the Postmaster- General, Abstract of the, 294;
  • Thames, by Mr. H. Robinson, Assoc, Inst. C.F.., the Pant and Present Condition of the River, 43, 35, 67
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, 311
  • Institution of Great Britain, Election of Members of Royal, 199, 2.58
  • Institution of Great Britain, on the Origin and Transformations of Motive Power, by Professor Wm. Thomson, F.1t.8., 226
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 79, 258
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham (Note Book), 57
  • Institution, United Service, on Metallic Boots and Military Waggon., be Major Vincent Eyre, 274 Institute, the Midland, 277
  • Instruments, Drawing, 234
  • Insurance, Reduction in Fire, 190
  • Inventions, Exhibition of (Society of Arta), 171, 187
  • Invention., Government Treatment of (Note Book). 325
  • Investigation, North Western Committee of, Mr. Whitworth, 101
  • Irregularity of the Australian Mail, 174
  • Ireland, Agricultural Statistics of, in-
  • Iron, Birch's Improvements in the Manufacture of, 100
  • Iron Buildings, n Novelty in Architecture, 106
  • Iron, Clay's Improved Mode of Manufacturing Forged, 96
  • Iron, Cleveland, an
  • Iron in the Crimea, 255
  • Iron Girders, Hamilton's, 73
  • Iron Manufacture (Society of Arts), 21
  • Iron, Native and Colonial (Note Book), 170
  • Iron Ore in Prumin, 273
  • Iron Pavement. 52
  • Iron Region of Lake Superior, 23
  • Iron Roadways, 104, 113
  • Iron Roadways In London, 48
  • Iron Shipbuilding on the Tyne, 84
  • Iron Trade, 74
  • Iron Trade, Alleged Breach of Contract in the, 50
  • Iron Trade, Annual Report of the British, 189
  • Iron Trade, Glasgow, 10
  • Iron Trade in the Neighbourhood of Leeds, Extension of the, 105
  • Iron Trade, South Staffordshire, 10
  • Iron Wheel., Pellenz's Improvements in, II
  • Iron Work. in the Cleveland District, 111
  • Ironmasters' Quarterly Meeting, Birmingham, 26
  • Ironmasters' Quarterly Meeting. Wolverhampton. 26
  • 'Ironstone,' who Designs the Inflammable Budding in our Dockyards! 169
  • Isle of Wight Steam Bridge, 56, 152
  • Isthmus of Suez, 16
  • Isthmus of Sues (Review), 81
  • Jenkins', F., Criticisms on Mr. Fairbairn's Book, 197
  • Jewellers' Sweeps, Refining, 330
  • Johnson'. Improvements in Pins, 18
  • Johnson's Improvements in Transmitting Motive Power Applicable to Horse Mills, 124
  • Johnson's Machinery for Emptying Cesspools, 76
  • Johnson's Machinery for Rolling or shaping Metals, 216
  • Joint Stock Bill, 211
  • Joint Stock Companies, 139
  • Joint Stock Companies' Bill, 130, 346
  • Jointed Ships, 65
  • Jointed ship, Macaweney'a, 224
  • Joints, W. B. Adams' Fish, 65, Ill
  • Joints, Robert Richardson'. Fish, Lou
  • Joints of Pipe. and Tubes, Parsons' Improvements in Securing, 257
  • Juckes' Improvements in Furnaces, IOR
  • Judicial Committee of Privy Council, Betts' Patent Capsule., 335
  • Judicial Committee of Privy' Council, Longmaid's Patent Alkali, 347
  • Kelley, F. M., Mr., Practicability of a Ship Canal by the Valley of the Atrato (Inst. C.E.), 226, 216
  • Kensington Gore, Museum of Art and Science, 214, 215
  • Kensington Gardens, Orchestra in, 253
  • Kent Line. North (Note Book), 9
  • Kershaw, Drilling and Recessing Machine by Messrs., 314
  • Kidman's Improvements in Tillers or Yokes, 1130
  • Kite Paddle Steam Vessel, the, 151
  • Knife Trade, Table, 314
  • Knighton's Portable Drill, 181
  • Knitting Machine, American, 271
  • Knowledge, Importance of Engineering, 287
  • Knowles and Threlfall'a Looms for Weaving, 269
  • K.R U., Hirudine Propeller, 215, 335
  • K.R.U., Problem of Balance Weight*, 136, 198, 262
  • Labels, Postage, 323, 334
  • Labour in Melbourne, the Demand for, 343
  • Lacy's Trenching Plough, 248
  • Lace Trade, Mr. Felkin on the State of the Machine. wrought, 294
  • Laird, Launch of Boats from the Building Yard of Mr., 141
  • Laird, Launch of Mortar Boats front the Building Yard of Mr., 171
  • Laird, Launch of Two Gun Boats from the Building Yard of Mr.. 112
  • Lamp, Cared and his, 22, 37. 43
  • Lamps, Carcel and Watts' (Note Book), 33
  • Lamps, Dubrulles' Improvements in Safety, 173
  • Lamps, Price* Paid for Public, 234
  • Lamps, Quantity of Gas Supplied in our Street, 43
  • Lamps, Wilkins Improvements in, 72
  • Lancashire Railway Bills in Parliament, 153
  • Landing Stage, Liverpool, 109, 196
  • Lanterns, Rogers' Improvements in Ships' Signal, 129
  • Latches, Scully and Heywoodn' Improvements in Locks end, 132
  • Launch of an American Frigate at New York, 151
  • Launch of Boat. from the Building Yard of Mr. John Laird, 141
  • Launch of the Cadmus, 314
  • Launch of a Floating Battery on the Thames, 2.50
  • Launch of a Gun Boat from Messrs. Ingram's Building Yard, 145
  • Launch of an Iron Steamer, the Annie Vernon, from
  • Messrs. Vernon and Sons' Building Yard, 112
  • Launch of nn Iron Screw Steamer from Messrs. J. and W. Smiths', North Shields, 14a
  • Launch of a Large Screw Collier from Messrs. Scott Russell's Yard. 102
  • Launch of Mortar Boats from Mr. Laird's Yard, 171
  • Launch of Mortar Vessels from Messrs. Mare and Co., 172
  • Launch of Mortar Vessels from Messrs. Scott and Sons' Building Yard, 141
  • Launch of the New Screw Steamer, Neva, 324
  • Launch of the New Ship Delta, for the P. and Os Company, 294
  • Launch of the Nimrod, 234
  • Launch at Northern, Gunboat, 29
  • Launch of the Itrynard, 245
  • Launch of Screw Steamer from Messrs. Samuelson.', 326
  • Launch of a Screw Steamer from Messrs. Caird and Co.,114
  • Launch of the Severn in Chatham Dockyard, 66
  • Launch of the Six Mortar Vessels, from Messrs. John Scott and Sons, II 1
  • launch of the Terror, 253
  • Launch of the Torino, 314
  • Launch of the Two Gun Boats, from Mr. John Laird's Building Yard, 112
  • Launch of the Two Gun Boats, from Messrs, J. and W. Smith's, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 130
  • Launch of the Victor Emmanuel, 217
  • Law Proceeding., Lowe.' Patent (Court of Chancery), 118
  • Law Proceedings, Pim versus Campbell and Others, 118
  • Law Proceedings, the Union Steam Collier Company versus Humphreys and Others, 118
  • Lawrie's Improvements in Marine Steam Engines. 108
  • Leeds, Extension of the Iron Trade in the Neighbourhood of, 105
  • Lee's Improvements in Marine and other Boilers, 52
  • Lenny'. Improvements in Carriages, 312
  • Liability for Railway Accidents, 66
  • Liability of Managers, loo
  • Liability of Shipowners (Note Book), 330
  • Liberality of Ironmasters,
  • Lichfield Bank Failure, 2.53
  • Life Boat, Designed by James Peake, Esq., 20
  • Life Boats, 335
  • Life Boat, Trial of Mr. Francis' Metallic, 347
  • Life Buoy, 49
  • Light, Chemical Influence of Electricity, Heat and, 83, 99, 114
  • Light upon Plante, Effect of, 44
  • Lighthouse Constructed by Mesa's. Grissell, Iron, 22;
  • Lights for Sailing Ship. (Howse of Lords), 311
  • Lighting of Buckingham Palace, 207
  • Lille Cathedral Committee, Medal from the, 341
  • Lincoln's-inn-Field., a Thoroughfare North and South through, 311
  • Little, J. H., GA. in Coal Pit., 249
  • Liverpool and American Lino of Steamers, 338
  • Liverpool Cathedral, 253
  • Liverpral, the Floating Landing Stage, MO, 196
  • Liverpool, Literary and Philosophical Society, 3R
  • Liverpool, Manufacture of Enormous Pieces of Ordnance at, 38
  • Liverpool, Polytechnic Society, 79
  • Liverpool, Port of, 293
  • Liverpool, Railway and Dock., 294
  • Liverpool as a Shipbuilding Port, 2$
  • Liverpool, Strike of Ship Painters, 233
  • Liverpool, Submarine Tunnel from Birkenhead to, 22s
  • Liverpool, Town Duca, 253, 301
  • Loading and Discharging Vessels, 120, 152, 193
  • Loading and Discharging Vessel., James Taylor and Co., 24
  • Loch Katrina Water Scheme, the Glasgow, 272
  • Lock, a New Bank, 265
  • Lock. and Latches, Scully and lleywood'. Improvements in, 132
  • Locomotive, a Hot Air, 205
  • Locomotive, New, 167
  • Locomotive of Messrs. Tod and McGregor (Note Book), 9
  • Logic, Vindication of Mr. Fairbairn's (Note Book), 149
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company, Beattie •em.; the, 317
  • London and North Western Railway Company, 104
  • London Waterworks, 101
  • Longinnitra Patent Alkali, 347
  • Loom'. for Weaving, Roberts and Coppock's Improvements in, 50
  • Looms for Weaving, Threlfall and Knowles', 269
  • Lord Ward's New Works, 234
  • Loss of Property, Mr. Tod's, 10%
  • Loss of the Steam Frigate Polyphemus, 65
  • Loss, why Carry at a (Note Book), 149
  • Lost Steamships' 181
  • Lovett, Balance Weiglita by J., 230
  • Lowe's. Patent (Court of Chancery), 139
  • Lowe's Apparatus for Propelling Vowel., 30R
  • Lowry'. Ntichinery for Heckling Flax, arc., 208
  • Lubricating Machinery, Burdess's Oil Feeders for, 129
  • Ludbrook's Improvements in Railway Wheels, 192
  • Luklns', A. S., Regulator, 273
  • Machinery of the 19th Century, 19a
  • Mecintyre's Apparatus for Caulking Decks, Ceiling's, and Floors, 228
  • Mackenzie rersua Dunlop, Wilson and Co. (Appeal, House of Lords), 311
  • Mackworth's Improvements in Washing and Separating Metals, 148
  • Mactiught's Improvements In Steam Boilers, 36
  • Macsweney's Jointed Ships, 2!4
  • Magnay, Messrs. G. F. Young, Son and, Shipwrights Absenting themselves from the Service of the Firm of, 347
  • Magnetic Actions and Affections, on Certain, by Prof. Faraday, D.C.L., F.R.S., R. 1. Great Britain, 122
  • Magnetism of Iron Ships, Inquirer, 125
  • Magnets, Electric, 45
  • Mails to Australia, 323, 347
  • Mulls in Ireland (House of Commons), 263
  • Mails, Irregularity of the Australian, 174
  • Mails to Suez, Conveyance of, 323
  • Maladministration (Note Book), 285 Buckled Plates, 19
  • Mancini Mr. Robert, Design of Monster Mortar (Note Book), 33
  • Management by Direct Action, Railway, 46
  • Managers, Liability of Railway, 104)
  • Manchester, Art Exhibition, 1857, 283
  • Manchester, Exhibition of Art Treasures at, 335
  • Manchester, Literary and Philosophical Society, 37
  • Manchester School of Art, 245, 3.3
  • Manchester, a Tour in the Provinces: Messrs. Beyer, Peacocks, and Co.'s, 332
  • Manchester, a Tour in the Province. Mr. Fairbairn's, 324
  • Manchester, a Tour in the Provinces Messrs. Mather and Platt. 344
  • Manchester, Tour in the Provinces: Mr. Nasmyth's, 280
  • Manchester, Tour in the Provinces, Mr. W hitworth'a, 304
  • Mansfield, Suicide of Mr. V. D., 174
  • Manslaughter, Verdict of, 205
  • Manufactures. on Progreso, in Design. as Applied to, by George Wallis (Society of Arts), 134
  • Mangling, Greening'. Machinery for Washing, Churning, and, 180
  • Marchinton'a Improvements in Vices, 293
  • Mare and Co.'s, Messrs., Despatch in the Completion of Orders, 33
  • Mare and Co.'s, Messrs., Launch of Mortar Vessels, 172
  • Mare's, Mr., Bankruptcy, 196
  • Mare's, Chas..1. (Court of Bankruptcy), 153, 208, 323
  • Marine Engines, Working Steam Expansively in, E. E. Allen, 13
  • Marine and other Boilers, Lee's Improvements in, 52
  • Marine Steam Engines, Lawrie's Improvements in, 168
  • Marine Steam Engines, Wharton's, 48
  • Markets, 14, 26, 38, 50, 62, 74, 86, 106, 118, 130, 142, 154, 174, 190, 201, 217, 233, 341, 353, 234, 205, 277, 289, 301, 313, 329,
  • Marlborough, Trial of the, 239
  • Marshes, Woolwich, 342
  • Martieu, Application of Steam, &c., in Metallurgical Operations by Mr. J. G., 257
  • Masts, and Tents, Clarkson's Patent Pumps, 336
  • Masters and Workmen (Note Book), 111, 211, 231, 247, 349
  • Mathematics (Literary Notice), 82
  • Mather and Platt's Establishment, Manchester, Messrs. 344
  • Mathiot, a Self-sustaining Battery, by George, 146, 182
  • Maurice on Schools, the Rev. F. b., 277
  • Mead's Dry Gas Regulator, 36
  • Meandre, S:ew Screw French Steamer, 80
  • Measuring Fluids, Chadwick's Apparatus for, 256
  • Measuring Gee, St.ent's Improvements for, 132
  • Mechanics, Harrowing, Theory and Practice in, 100
  • Mechanics, Practical, 105
  • Mechanics, in Schools, Description of Apparatus for 'reaching, by Prof. 11 Mk, F.R.S. (Soc. of Arts), 183
  • Medal from the Lille Cathedral Committee, 341
  • Meetings of Ironma.ters. Quarterly, 2u2
  • Melbourne, Demand for Labour in, 345
  • Melbourne Supplied with Gas, 193
  • Mellor and Young's Machinery for Supplying Water to Steam Boilers, 1,96
  • Members, Election of, Royal Institution of Great Britain, 67, 199
  • Members, Election of, Society of Arts, 134
  • Mental Calculation, by Mr. bidder (Inst. C.E.), Ill, 123 M
  • Mensuration (Literary Notice), 82
  • Mercantile Law Amendment Bills, 130
  • Mercury, Purifying, • C.E.D.,' 337
  • Mersey Steel and bon Company's Works, the Monster Gun at the, 106
  • Metallurgy, Practical, by Jo'. Napier, F.C.S., 39, 54 Metallic Alloy, S
  • Metallic Arch for Bridges, &c., Tabourin's New System of, 101l
  • Metallic Boats, by Major Vincent Eyre, United Service 'institution, on, 274
  • Metals for Casting, 1113
  • Metal Ware^, Gomme and Benugrand's Machinery fur Manufacturing, 269
  • Metals, Conducting Powers of, 62
  • Metals, Imports and Exports of, 1655, 341
  • Metals, Johnson's Machinery for 'tolling or Shipping, 216
  • Metals and the Industrial Ails, 142
  • Metals and Manufactures in the Lancashire and Yorkshire Districts, '234, 254, 206, 278, 290, 3112, 314, 330, 342, 354
  • Metals, Page's Improvements in Moulding or Shaping, 129
  • Meters for Measuring the Flow of Liquids, Aldridgo's Improvements in, 29
  • Metford's Traversing Theodolite, 103, 113
  • Metropolitan Board of Works, 131, 151, 182, 195, 211, 231, 247, 2113, .:74, 287, 205, 311, 32•, 3.14, 317
  • Metropolitan Improvements (Note Book), 3.18
  • Metropolitan Local Management, :140
  • Metropolitans School of Science, I-,
  • Metropolitan Subway. Proposed New Street and, 9.57
  • Midland Institute, Commencing of the, 289
  • McGregor. Mr., upon the Probability of Free Trade with France, 277
  • McKenzie and Walker's Improvements in Electric' Telegraphs, 109
  • Milford Haven and the South of Ireland, Steam Communication With, 228
  • Military Preparations at Portsmouth, 141
  • Mill, the First Paper, Ill
  • Mills, Improvements in Grinding, 209
  • Mills, Johnson's Improvements in Transmitting Motive Power Applicable to Horne, 124
  • Mills in the Royal Dockyard, 191
  • Miller's Patent Omnibus, 112
  • Millowners of Huddersfield on the Factory Bill, 259
  • Miliward, Wm. (Cameron's Boiler), 103
  • Minerals, Mackworth's Improvements in Washing :it'd Separating. 148
  • Minerals, Newton's Improvements In Washing and Separating, 192
  • Mine., Assessment of, 294
  • Mines, Bill and Failure of Similar Measure' in 1797 and 160)3, New Rating of, 265
  • Mines Bill, Report of, 311
  • Mines, Rating of, 330
  • Miners' Electro-Chemical Reduction Company, 207 Miners' Strike, 27H
  • Miners' Strike, Origin and Extent of the, 259
  • Nfieie's Improvements In Breach Loading Fire-Arms,18 Mining, Damage* by, 234
  • Mining in France, 3211
  • Mining, Progress of, by J. Yellaby Watson, F.0.8.,138
  • Molson, Esq., Alfred, Communication between Driver and Guard, 45
  • Money, the Unrestricted Use of, 337
  • Money and War, 11. B., Southampton, 150
  • Monster Gun. the, 132
  • Monster Mortar, Messrs. Geo. Forrester and Co., 164
  • Monster Projectile, 14
  • Moor, Bramham, 34e
  • Monument of Geo. Stephenson, Proposed, 317
  • Morality, Parliamentary, twill. Trade (Note Book), 229
  • Mortars, Contract (Meow of Lord.), 142
  • Mortars, the Defective, 131, 167, 231
  • Mortar, Messrs. Geo. Furrester and Co.'s Monster, 164
  • Mortar, Hewitt's Machinery for Pulverising by Means of Pestle and, 168
  • Mortar Ship, Sealiorse, 227
  • Mortars, Trials with it Now, 330
  • Mortars, the Tree.. Note Book), 149
  • Mortar at Woolwich, Bursting of a, 171
  • Mortar Vessel. from Messrs. John Scott and Sons, Launch of Six, 111
  • Morris, Chrimes, and Yakholme'a Improvements in Preventing Waste of Water, 112
  • Morton and H ant'• Motive Power Engine, 68
  • Motion and Heat, 345
  • Motion, Perpetual, 73
  • Motive Power Et-rinee, Morton and Hunt's, 68
  • Motive Power app legible to 1: orne Mills, Johnson's Improvements in Transm !ling, 1 et
  • Motive Power, on the Origin of, by Professor W. Thompson, F.R.S. (Inst. of Great Britain), 2.0
  • Moulding or Shaping Metals, Page's Improvements in, 129
  • Moulding and Shaping Metals, Page and Robertson.'" Improvements In, 200
  • Murray, Mr., M.I.C.E., Progress and Construction of Sunderland Docks (Society of Arts), 258, 270, 283
  • Museum, Architectural, 170, 336
  • Museum of Art and Science, Kensington Gore, 214, 245
  • Myers' Improvements in Buffers and other Springs for Railway and other Carriages, 152
  • Nail Rods, Increase of Price in, 265
  • Nail Trade, 353
  • Nails, Machinery to make Cut, 218
  • Nalders' Improvements in Winnowing Grain, 144, 169
  • Napier, Mr., of Glasgow, Floating Battery, built by (Note Book), 21, 125
  • Napier, Jan , F.C.S., Incrustation upon Steam Boilers,
  • Napier, Jam., F.C.S., Practical Metallurgy, 39, 54
  • Napier, Jas., F.C.S., Sheathing of Ships, 107. 110, 131
  • Nasmyth's Grooving Machine or Rectasi tag Drill, 280
  • Nasmyth, E.g., Rotary Movements of the Celestial Bodies, by Jas., 138, 150
  • National Gallery, 323,334, 347
  • Naval Construction, Iron (Note Book), 197
  • Navigation of the River, Impediments to the, 347
  • Navigation, Interesting Experiments in Steam, 320
  • Navy, Consumption of Smoke in the, 140
  • Navy, the steam, 259
  • Navy, the Strength of the British, 250
  • Neath Harbour, improvements in, 250
  • Nesbit, on the Effects of Science, Professor, 277
  • Net, Brooman'n improvements in the Manufacture of Figured, 104
  • Nowey and nutcher'e Improvements in Forgo Hammers, 44, 37
  • Newport Dock, Extension of, 217
  • Newport Town Council (Note Book(, 113
  • Newton's File-cutting Machinery, 76
  • Newton's Improved Calculating Apparatus, 121
  • Newton's Improvement/. in Separating Minerals, 192
  • New York, 8.ii-building in, 40
  • Nile, Steam-Tugs on the, 324
  • Nimrod, Launch of the, 234
  • Norbury's Improvements in Hydraulic Presses, 243
  • Normandy's New Circular Weaving Machine, 124
  • Norton's Concussion Fuse, Capt., 100
  • Norton's Frictional Shell, 140
  • Norton's Invention. of Railway Signals and Fire-arms, 52, 152
  • Nuisance of Cu Works, Alleged, 345
  • Nuisance, Smoke to B C , 285
  • Nuisance, Smoke, C. W. Williams, 297
  • Nuisance, Smoke, with Diagram, 19, 30, 42
  • Nuisance, Smoke, Ernest Emering, 337
  • Oatmeal, Phosphorus in their (Note Book), 21
  • Observatory, the City, 191
  • Ocean SteanbLiner from Havre. the New, NZ
  • Oceans, Traitsit between the Atlantic and Pacific (Moto Book), 309
  • Official Incapacity, be M. I'., 266
  • Oil-Feeders for Lubricating Machinery, Burdess'e 129
  • O'Keefe, C.E., M. T., Improvements at London Bridge, 137
  • Omnibus, American, 128
  • Omnibus, Mr. Clemence's Improved, 140
  • Omnibus, New, 260
  • Omnibus on India-rubber Springs, 33.5
  • Omnibus, 31111,, Improved Patent, 112
  • Omnibus, the Patent Cosy Express, 117
  • Omnibus, the Patent Saloon, 100
  • Omnibus, Premium for the best Design of (Note Book), 113, 101
  • Omnibus, Mr. Richard Roberta' Patent, 321
  • Opening Address, 3
  • Opposition, Railways running in (Note Book), 69 Ordnance, Cast Iron, 141
  • Ordnance, Manufacture of Enormous Pieces of, at Liverpool Foundrics, 38
  • Ordnance, Mr. Page's (Note Book), 9
  • Ordnance Survey of Scotland, the, 293
  • Origin of Gaslight, 124
  • Oscillation and Balance Weights, by A., 213
  • Oscillation and Balance Weights, by Basting., 214
  • Oscillation and liteance 'Weight', by 1r.. F. 170
  • Oscillation and Balance Weight, by W. F.,
  • Owners, Important case to Collier mind Mine (Note Book), 130, 3314
  • Pacific, the, 153, 103
  • Pacific, Supposed Remains of the, 266
  • Packing, Patent India-rubber Stesni, 152
  • Paddle Wheel, 192
  • Page's Improvements in Moulding or Shaping Metals 129
  • Page and Robertson's Improvements in Moulding of Shaping Metals 260
  • Pall-mall to Buckingham-gate, Road from, 323
  • Pall-mall and Downing-street, Proposed improvement) in, 145
  • Palmer's Improvement; in Propelling Vessels, 50
  • Palmer's Ship Propeller, 96
  • Palmer, of Jarrow, Messrs., Constructing Battery (Note Book), 33
  • Panama Railway, 235
  • Panama Railway. Accident on the, 320
  • Paper, Card, &e., Ulimer's Machinery for Cutting, 162
  • Paper, Dickiroam's improvements in Making, 20:t Paper Duty, 334
  • Paper Manufacturing Company, Fibre and, 294
  • Paper Mill, the First, 111
  • Paper Trade, Important Discoveries in the, 48
  • Paratempo Carriage, the Patent, 142
  • Paris Ethibition Reports, 167
  • Paris, Subterranean, 7
  • Paris, %Trial between Steel Pen Manufacturers at 66
  • Park, Bridge in the (Note Book), 337
  • Park, Design for a New Roadway under St. James's, 128
  • Park, St. James's, 120
  • Parliamentary Intelligence, 142, 187, 201, 211, 231, 247, 261, 298, 205, 311, 323, 334, 341
  • Parliament r. Trade Morality (Note Book), 220
  • Parson'• Improvements in Securing Joints of Pipes and Tubes, 257
  • Partnership Bill, 130
  • Partnership Reform (Note Book), 197
  • Passage Etraordinary, GO
  • Patents, Commissioners of (Note Book), 81
  • Patents, Fees from British Applicants for American, Barlow and Co., 287
  • Patent Law, Indian (Note Book), 273
  • Patent Journal, IC, 22, 34, 46, Sa, 70, 67, 102, 115, 126, 139, 153, 175, 188, 203, 219, DO, 231, 203, 275, 258, 298, 313, 326, 3:18, 350
  • Patent Law, United States, Foreign, 146, 172
  • Patent Office Fees, Surplus from, 77
  • Patents, Statistics, 76
  • Patterson's Machinery for Grinding and Crushing, fie., 343
  • Pattinaan, Mr., Cornish, (.7 ushing Machine, 81
  • Patronage and Science, G a^trument (Note Book), 323
  • Pavement, Iron, 32
  • Peace, Consequences of, 77
  • Peacock's Improvements in Shipbuilding, 209
  • Peacock's Work. at Gorton, near Manchester, Messrs. Beyer and 312
  • Peacock's Wall Engine, Messrs. Beyer rind, 344
  • Peak, Esq., James, Life Boat designed by, 20
  • Pearl Fishery, 106
  • Peat-bog, Secrets of the, 130
  • Peat Gas, Pullen, 2i0
  • Pellenz's Improvements in the Manufacture of Iron Wheels 41
  • Pembroke, New Drill Battery at, 211
  • Peninsular, and O. S. P. Company, 7. 320
  • Penn and Son, Messrs.. to Supply High-pressure Engine. 'Note Book), 21
  • Pension on Mr. F. I'. Smith, 67
  • Peru Screw Steam Ship, 11
  • Pere, Steam Ships Valetta and, 168
  • Perfumes,
  • Perils of the Rail in America, 135
  • Permanent Way, John Dickson, 39, 57
  • Permanent Way, Letter from L. C. E., 187
  • Permanent Way, Spencer'), 49, el, 67, 69, 70
  • Perpetual Motion, 73
  • Perry'a Improved Printing Machine, S
  • Persia, the Cunard New Steamer, 39
  • Persia at Liverpool, the, 20A
  • Persia, the (Note Book), 114
  • Persia, the, Steam Ship, 231
  • Persia, Sailing of the, 136
  • Pestle and Mortar, Hewitt's Machinery for Pulverising by means of, WS
  • Peters, Mr., Improved Mode of Casting follow and Spherical Bodies, 7
  • Petition in Favour of the Local Dues and Shipping Bill, 203
  • Philadelphia Steam Ship Company, 147
  • Phillips, IL Laveroek, Omnibus, 128
  • Philosophy of Railways, Mechanical, 8, 26
  • Photo-Galvanography by Herr Paul Fretsch, Sofa, n7
  • Photographic Room at Chatham, New, 314
  • Photi,grapha on Silk, 233
  • Photograph). under Water, 283
  • Pianofortes, ruction of, 65
  • Pianofortes, Dewrauce's Improvements in the Frames of, 293
  • Pidcock, J. IL. Itiradine Propulsion, 262, 310
  • Pidcock's, J. 11., Hirudine Propeller (E. W. Y.), 325
  • Pidcock, J. IL, a LeVer in Reference to Mr. Nasmyth's Suggestions Respecting the Origin of the Rotary Movement of the Celestial Bodies, 150
  • Pidcock's Method of Propelling Vessels, 180, 187
  • Pig Iron, Improvements in, 2.54
  • Pig Iron, Tendency to a Decline in the Price of, 253
  • Pilotage Returns, 165
  • Pim realm Campbell and Others, 118, 203
  • Pins, Johnson's Improvements in, 18
  • Pipes, William Burns, Engineer, Water, 16.5
  • Pita, Open, 253
  • Pittsburg, Steel Manufacture at, 105
  • Planets to be Discovered, 112
  • Planing Machine, Barlow's Improvements in, GO Planes Effect of Light upon, 44
  • Planters, Improvement. in corn, 14
  • Plates, Mallet's Buckled. 10
  • Platt and Mather's Establishment, Manchester, Messrs., 344
  • Player, C. E., John, Feeding Boilers, 14
  • Pliers, and Spanners. Williams and Fuller's Improvements in Wrenches, 132
  • Plough, Lacy, Trenching, 249
  • Ploughs, Williams' Machinery for Driving and Actuating, 97
  • Plumstead, Description of the Waterworks at, 284 Poisoning Cases (Note Book), 69
  • Poisoning, Suspicion of, 50
  • Polishing Saws, Southwell's Machinery for Grinding or, 242
  • Polyglase, In re Richard Jenkin (Court of Bankruptcy), 331
  • Polyphemus, 1,0%.4 of the Steam Frigate, 05
  • Polytechnic Institution, Royal, 314
  • Polytechnic Society, Liverpool, 79
  • Pontoon Mortar Raft, 75
  • Poop, Tucker, Hoskin. and Co.'s Description of the Patent Safety, 101
  • Portable Gas Apparatus, 145
  • Portrait Galled, National Iliatorical, 323
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Accidental, 60
  • Portsmouth, Military Preparations at, 141
  • Postage Labels, 3 '3, 334
  • Postage Stamps for Newspapers. 334
  • Postal Communication with Australia, 107, 187, 231
  • Postal Guide and Postal Anomalies, the (Note llook), 285
  • Postmaster General's Reply to Observations in Second
  • Report of the, by R. Stephenson, Esq.. M.P.), 294
  • Potatoes, Hansom's Improvements in Machinery for Digging, 164
  • Postmaster-Ch•eral, Mr. Stephenson r,rates the (Note Book), 208
  • Practical Mechanics, 105
  • Practice, Mechanical Engineering, Railway, 15, 27, 51, 75,116
  • Presentation, 121
  • Pressure of Steam in the Boiler, Dyer, G9
  • Preservation of Food, 140
  • Pressure, an Atmosphere of, 95
  • Pretach, Herr Paul, on Photo-galvanorraphy, 227
  • Preventing site of ^%ater, Morris, Chrimee, and F-skholme'. Improvements in, 112
  • Prevention of Accidents, 7
  • Prevention of Boiler Explosions, R. W., 297
  • Prevention of Fires, W. W., 273,
  • Prevention of Steam Boiler Explosions, 290
  • Price's Candle Company (Society of Arts), G. F. Wilson, Esq.. F.R.S., 41
  • Prince Albert, New Bust of, 299
  • Printing of Fabric*, by Joseph Birch (Soc. of Arts), 216
  • Printing Machine, Perry's, S
  • Pr sting Patent, the Tunes, 19
  • Prize Essay on the Prevention of the Smoke Nuisance, by Chats. Wye Williams, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 163, 179, 191, 297, '221, 213, 2;5, 267, 279, 2-1, 30 319, 343
  • Process of Crating with Aluminium, New, 311
  • Process of Iron Manufacture, New, 341
  • Professor Ehrenberg's Microscope, 130
  • Proger's Improvements In Ships' Signal Lantern's, 129
  • Progress of the New Bridges (Note Book), 297
  • Praia.. of Shipbuilding, 164
  • Projectile's, Trial of, 291
  • Propeller, Ilirucline, by 215
  • Propeller, 1). J. Floare's Screw, 188
  • Propeller, Hirudine, by W., 2 tO, 286
  • Propeller, Hirudine, by E. W.Y., J. U. Pideock's, Propeller, Palmer'. Patent Ship, 86
  • Peopensirs, Whitaker'. Improvement* in Screw, 37
  • Propelling Vessels, Hewitt'. Improvements in, 96
  • Propelling Vessels, Lowe's Apparatus for, 308
  • Propelling Vessels, Palmer's Improvements in, 36
  • Propelling Vessels, Pideock's Method of, 180, 187
  • Propulsion, the Father of Screw (Note Book), 219
  • Propulsion, Hirudine, J. 11.
  • Pideock, 262, 310, 335
  • Proprietors, Caution to Mine and Colliery, 133
  • Prosecution for Causing an Explosion at Earl Graneille's Colliery, 341
  • Prospects, of the Country, Commercial (Note Book, •07
  • Prosperity, Our Railway (Note Book), 273
  • Prussia, iron Ore in, 273
  • Public Works' Bill, 201, 211
  • Pump, II. Child's Boiler and, 188
  • Pumps, Bilge, 218
  • Pumps. Cooling's Improvements In, 212
  • Pump., and Tents, Clarkson's Patent Masts, 336 Pumping Engine, Fairbairn's, 183
  • Pumping and Shearing Machines., 13
  • Purification of the Bs idgewater Canal, 224
  • Purifying Gus, Rowland'. Apparatus for. 7.l
  • Putman's Ituproved Forging Machine, 2,
  • Quarmby and Bayley's Machinery for Carding Fibrous Materials, 312
  • Queen's Bench, Court of, Beattie vers. the London and Brighton Railway Company, 347
  • Queen's Bench, Court of, Beattie vers. the London and Brighton Railway Company (Note Book), 349
  • Queen's Bench, Court of, Pint versus Campbell and Others, 118, 263
  • Queen's Bench, Court of, Union Steam Colliery Co. versus Humphrey, 116
  • Raft, the Pontoon Mortar 75
  • Rags fur Paper Making, Importation of, 271
  • Rail, W. Bridges Adams' New, 25, 30, 43
  • Rails, Axles, and Tyres, Patent, )1:3
  • Rails, Compound Wedge for, 7
  • Railroad, a Crooked, 104
  • Railway Accident, 104
  • Railway, Brazilian, 86
  • Railway Company, Denton e. the Great Northern, 50
  • Railway and Canal Traffic, 133
  • Railway, Eastern Counties, 52, 53
  • Railway, Egyptian, 53
  • Railway, the Forth and Clyde Junction, 314
  • Railway Liability for Accidents, 66
  • Railway Company, London and North-Western, 104 Railway Lord, A, 7
  • Railway Management by Direct Action, 40
  • Railway, Mediterranean and Jerusalem, 287
  • Railway from Paris to the Mediterranean, 64
  • Railway Practice, Mechanical Engineering, 15, 27, 51, 75, 101
  • Railway Reform, 49, 96
  • Railway Servant., 196
  • Railway, Sinking of a Portion of the Dundalk and Enniskillen,
  • Railway, Southampton and Dorchester, 247
  • Railway Speculation, 14
  • Railway Travellers, Important Decision to, 120, 147
  • Railway War, 119
  • Railways, American, 52, 53
  • Railways, Austrian, 248, 312, 338
  • Railways, British, Robert Stephenson, Esq. (Institution Civil Engineers), 15
  • Railway., their Capital and Dividends, by Edward Chattaway, 138
  • Railways, hart Indian, 233
  • Railways, German, 44
  • Railways, Mechanical Philosophy of, 9, 26
  • Railways, Russian, 97, 231, 312
  • Ramsbottom's Safety Valves and Feeding Apparatus for Steam Boilers, 116
  • Ramsgate Harbour, 347
  • Ramsgate Harbour (House of Commons), 263
  • Rating of Mines, 350
  • Rating of Mines' Bill, 311
  • Ration., Contract for, 72
  • Receipt•, Telegraphic Despatches, 73
  • Recessing Machine, by Messrs. tierahaw, Drilling anc1, 314
  • Recorder, the, 193
  • Redmayne's Improvements in Stoves and Grates, 105
  • Reduction of Duty on Iron, 329
  • Reduction in Fire Insurance, 100
  • Reefing Sails, Cunningham Improvements In, 209
  • Reeling Sails, ltowett's Improvements, in Fitting and, if; Reform, Partnership Note Book', 197
  • Reform, Railway, 19, 96
  • Reform, Railway (Note Book), 186, 2.29
  • Regent's Canal Tug-boat, 4, 8
  • Regulator, A S. Judkins', 273
  • Reguator, Mead's Dry Gas, 36
  • Regulator Young's Gas, 60
  • Rejoicings, the Forthcoming Peace, 217
  • Relations between the Boiling Points, Specific Volumes, and Chemical Constitution of Bodies, 7
  • Removal of the Iron Gate in the Upper Danube, 273
  • Rennie's, Improvement. in Marine Steam Engine Boilers, 308
  • Report of Mr. Adam.' Girder Rail (Note Book), 21
  • Report of the Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Company, 335

REVIEWS AND LITERARY NOTICES. -

  • Books Lout, Not Books Lost, 198;
  • British Consul's Manual, the, 82;
  • British Workman, the, 82;
  • Coinage, the New, 82; Isthmus of Suez, 81;
  • Letters addressed to her Majesty's Secretary of State, with regard to the operation of invention for the consumption of smoke, 114, 125;
  • Machinery of the Nineteenth Century, the, 198;
  • Mathematics, Arithmetic, and Algebra, 82; Mensuration, 62;
  • Origin of the Rotary Movements of the Celestial Bodies, /cc., by Jas. Nminyth, Esq., 138,150;
  • Progress of Mining in 1855, by Jos. Jellaby Watson, PALS., 138;
  • Railways, their Capital and Dividends, by J. D. Chattaway, 138;
  • Things not generally Known, by John Timbs, 108;
  • Useful Information for Engineers, Wm Fairbairn, 57, lb;
  • Valuable Remarks on Steam Boilers and Furnaces, tie., 102;
  • Year Book of Facts-for 18.50, by Jn . Tim lm, F.8.A., the, 198
  • Report of the British Iron Trade, Annual, 189
  • Report, the Factory Inspectors'. 311
  • Report Read, Annual (Royal Inst. Great Britain), 238
  • Report of the scotch Trade. Thos. I horburn's, 190
  • Reports of Committees on Railway Bills, 287, 333, 322, 334, 347
  • Repository, Iron Carriage, 314
  • Retort Steam Roller, Description of a New, 11-5
  • Revenue Returns, 301
  • Rewarded, Two Seamen, 174
  • Reynaird, Launch of the, 245
  • Rhine Fall, Bridge over the. 278
  • Richardson's, Robert, Fish Joints, 1t0
  • Ritchie's Engine, 8, 10, 29, 69
  • Ritchie's Engine (Note Book), 9
  • Riveting, Double, 45
  • Road from Pall-3I.11 to Buckingham-Gate, 323
  • Road from St. James's Park, New, 223
  • Road in St. James’s Park (Note Book), 123, 137, 325
  • Roadway under St. James's Park, Design for a New,128
  • Roadways, Iron, 104, 113
  • Roadways in London, Iron, 48
  • Robert and Coppock's 1,401. for 'Weaving, 56
  • Roberta' Patent Otnnibu•, Mr. Richard, 321
  • Robertson and Page's Improvements in Moulding or Shaping Metals, 200
  • Robinson, C.E., Mr., on the Condition of the River Thames (Institution Civil Engineers), 43, 55, 07
  • Rochester Bridge, New, 348
  • Rogers' Apparatus for Retaining and Drawing off Aerated Liguori., 101
  • Rolling or Shaping Metals, Johnson,s machinery for, 210
  • Rolls' Court, Whichelo, r. the Brighton and Hove Water Works Company, 295
  • Roots, Square and cube, by Mr. Bidder, 134
  • Ropes, Strength of Wire, 203
  • Ropes, Wire, 253
  • Rose Ileinich, Aluminium from Cryolite, 06
  • Rotary Movements of the Celestial Bottles, by James Nwonyth, Esq., 135, 150
  • Rothera's Machinery for Making Bolts, Screw Blanks, 308
  • Route to Australia, New, 32u, 334
  • Rowett'a Improvements in Reefing Sails, 16
  • Rowland'. Apparatus for Purifying Gas, 73
  • Royal Albert, Cause of Accident to the (Note Book), 101
  • Royal Institution of Great Britain, 07
  • Royal Institution of Great Britain, Mr. Faraday on Certain Magnetic Actions and Affections, 122
  • Ruabon Iron Works, North %1 ales, Unprecedented make, of Iron at the, 266
  • Rudder. for Ships, Hepplewhite's Improvements in Spare, 141
  • Russell and Co., Statement of the Affairs of Messrs J. Scott, 14
  • Rusida, Public Works in, 235
  • Russian Field of Enterprise, New (Note Book), 229 Russian Railways, 97, 231,312
  • Ruston's Improvements in Anchors, 345
  • Sacks, Campaign's Machinery for Filling Corn and Other, 77
  • Safes, Patent Iron, 253
  • Safety Lamps, Dubrulle's Improvements in, 173
  • Safety Poop, Description of the Patent, Tucker, Ilos.. kin., and Co., 101
  • Safety of Railway Travelling, 123
  • Sailing of the Persia, 136
  • Sails, Cunningham's Improvements in Reefing, 209
  • Sails, Rowett's Improvements in Fitting, Handling, and Reefing, 16
  • Sale of a Colliery, 277
  • Sale of Debris, Extraordinary, 294
  • Salford, the Collection at, 2,0
  • Saloon, Omnibus, 100
  • Silt-water to London, Supply of (Note Book), 249
  • Sands' Improvements in Securing Rails in Railway Chairs, 208
  • Sandwich Beams. An Architect, 300
  • San Fioreneo, a 50 Gun Vessel, 229
  • Sanitary Matters, Cows in the City, 247
  • Saunders and Stoqueler's Apparatus for Obtaining Elevations, 173
  • Saving in the Consumption of Coal by the Steamer Panama, 141
  • Saw Mills in the Royal Dockyard, 191
  • Saws, Suuthwell's Machinery for Grinding and Polishing, 232
  • School, of Art, Belfast, 38
  • School of Art, the Manchester, 303, 315
  • School of Art, Warrington, 38
  • School of Science, Metropolitan, 210
  • Schools of Art, Removal of, 323
  • Schools, the British Mining, 253
  • Schools at Bristol, 277
  • Schools of Science and Mechanics, 277
  • Schools for Unedueated Workmen, 253
  • Science, Advancement of, 323
  • Science of Gas Fitting, 106
  • Science, Government Aid to, 329 •
  • Science, Government Patronage and (Note Book), 321
  • Science, Metropolitan school of, 210
  • Scientific Association, American, 253
  • Scotch Gun Battery. 231
  • Scotch Iron Trade, Thos. Thorburn's Report of the, 190
  • Scotch steamships, 11
  • Scott, Russell and Co., Building Mortar Boats (Note Book), 21
  • Scott, Russell and Co., Great Eastern Steamer, 250
  • Scott. C.E., Mr. Ballot, 278
  • Scott, ltuasell and Co.'s Ship Yard, Extensive Fire at Messrs., 110
  • Scott, Russell and Co.'s Suspension of Payment (Note Book), 69
  • Scott and Son's Building Yard, Launch of Mx Mortar Vessels from, 111
  • Scott and Sons, Launch of a Mortar Vessel from Messrs., 1.11
  • Screw Blanks, Ace., Rothera's Machinery for Making Bolts and, 308
  • Screw Block Ships, 270
  • Screw Cutting Machine, Drilling and, 25
  • Screw, Fisher's. 211
  • Screw Propeller, D. J. Hare's, 188
  • Screw Propellers, Whittaker's Improvements in, 37
  • Screw Steam Company, 231
  • Screw Steamship, 'the Belgique, 10 71
  • Screw Steamer, from Messrs. Caird and Co.'s, Launch of la, 114
  • Screw Steamer, Meander, 80
  • Screw Steamship, I'era, 11
  • Screw Steamers, Purchase of, 73
  • Scully and Heywood's Improvements in Locks and Lactic., 132
  • Scully and Heywood's Improvements in the Construction of Cock. and Taps, 216
  • Sea of the Arabian Desert. Capt. s% alley, 26
  • Sea, Collision* and Accidents at, 142, 170
  • Sea-horse, the Mortar Ship, 227
  • Seamen Rewarded, Two, 174
  • Sebastopol, 60, 05
  • Secretaryship, Society of Arts, Assistant, 302
  • Securing Joints of Pipes and Tubes, Parsons' Improvements in, 257
  • Securing Rails in Railway Chairs, Sands' Improvements in, 268
  • Self-acting Flushing Apparatus for Sewers, 128
  • Self-sustaining Voltaic Battery, By George 'Mathiot,146, 182, 210
  • Senators of London, the (Note Book), 229
  • Separating Minerals. Mackworth's Improvements in Washing and, 118
  • Separating Minerals, Newton's Improvements in, 192 Servant, Emblem of a Good, 123
  • Servants, Railway, 106
  • Services, Estimates of Civil, 148
  • Sessions, Liverpool, Blythe v. Tayleur, 211
  • Sessions, Liverpool, Hull e. Bollard, Infringement, 211
  • Sessions of Scotland Court, Barclay and Co. c. the Anderston Founder Company, 167
  • Sewage of Great Cities, 227
  • Sewerage, to December, 1847, London, 113
  • Sewerage to December, 11117, London, 166
  • Sewerage from December, 1817, to December, 1835, 194, 1146, 213, 235
  • Sewerage from lst January, 1830, 235
  • Sewerage of London (Note Book), 119
  • Sewerage of London, by ' Ilexatuicus,' 311
  • Sewers, City, 183
  • Sewer., City Commission of, 139, 167, 192, 247, 287, 295, 323
  • Sewers, Self-Acting Flushing Apparatus for, 128
  • Sewing Machines, 102
  • Severn, in the Chatham Dockyard, Launch of the, 6-
  • Shakers of Threshing Machines, (Sood's Improvementa in Straw, 141
  • Shannon, New Frigate, 24
  • Shareholder, Model Railway, 37
  • Shaw, LL.D., Simeon, Railway Signals and Self-Actir Breaks, 113
  • Shearing and Punching Machines, 13
  • Sheathing of Ships (Note Book) 114
  • Sheathing of Ships, 'Iss. Jas. Napier, F.C.S., 107, 119, E
  • Sheerne's, Military Hospital .it, 179
  • Shell, Captain Norton's Frictional, 140
  • Shell Experiments at Woolwich, 75
  • Sherman, Henry, Steam, 9
  • Shields, North, and Tynemouth Dock, 228
  • Shipbuilding, 298
  • Shipbuilding, Iron, 324
  • Shipbuilding in New York, 40
  • Shipbuilding, Peacock's Improvements in, 209
  • Shipbuilding Port, Liverpool as a, 28
  • Shipbuilding, Progress of, 161
  • Shipbuilding, Rendering Timber Uninftammable for, 6,
  • Shipbuilding on the Tyne, 85
  • Ship, a Clipper, the Tiptree, 12
  • Ship, Macsweney's Jointed, 224,
  • Ship, Screw Steam, Pert, 11
  • Ship, a Veteran, 62
  • Shipowners, Liability of, 330
  • Shipping Trade, Liverpool, 14
  • Shipping Returns, 55
  • Shipping Statistics, 296
  • Ships' Anchors Betteley's Improvements in, 53
  • Ships' Compasses, Adjustment of, 261
  • Ships Jointed, 65
  • Ships' Signal Lanterns, Progers' Improvements in, 129
  • Shipwrights Absenting themselves from the Service of Messrs. Young, Son, and Magnay, 317
  • Shipwrights' Strike (Note Book), 326
  • Shipwrights, Want of, 335
  • Shot, Gower's Improvements in Cannon and, 145
  • Shot Tower, Cast-iron, 12
  • Shot Tower, New York (Note Book), 9
  • Show at Paris, Airricultur I, 335
  • Shrewsbury, Hanwood and Wclshpool, 7
  • Sibbald's Ship Communicator, 294
  • Signal between Driver and Guard, 81
  • Signal, Captain Norton's Railway, 39, 152
  • Signal Lanterns, Progers' Improvements in Ships', 129
  • Signals and Self-acting Break., S. Shaw, LL.D., 113
  • Silk, Dicken's Machinery for Spinning, 292
  • Silk Manufactures, by Mr. Thos. Winkworth, on the British (Society of Arts), 283
  • Simmons, versus Vansittart and Others (Bail Court), 3_3, 311
  • Sitting in Error, Bush, versus Sir Chris. Fox, and Others, :147
  • Skill and talent, Competition of (Note Book), 249 Slag, Applications ef, 7
  • Slag Company, the British, 343
  • Sluice Valve, Welles's Eccentric, 181
  • Sluices at Boulogne, 174
  • Smelting Iron Ore, Dalton's Furnaces for, 18
  • Smelting Monopoly, topper (Note nook), 185
  • Smith's Improved Horse Rake, 232
  • Smith, A., Hunt's P(Lent Safety Hook, 21
  • Smith's, Messrs T. and W., Launches of Gun-boats and large Iron Steamer at, 126
  • Smith's, North Shields, Launch of an Iron Screw Steamer from, 14e
  • Smith's, Mr. F. P., Pension, 67
  • Smithfield, 201
  • Smoke, its Economy for Drying Purposes, Consumption of, 118
  • Smoke, Letter addressed to the Secretary of State on the Consumption of, 114, 123
  • Smoke Nuisance, 326
  • Smoke Nuisance Abatement Bill, 213, 323
  • Smoke Nuisance, by Mr. Chus. Wye Williams, Assoc. Inst. C.E., IL Prize Essay on the, 163, 179, 191, 207, 223, 243, 255, 267, 279, 291, 303, 319, 343
  • Smoke Nuisance, (A B C), 285
  • Smoke Nuisance, Ernest Emering, 337
  • Smoke Nuisance, Chas. We Williams, 297
  • Smoke Nuisance, with Diagrams, 19, 30, 42
  • Smoke in the Navy, Consumption of, 140
  • Smoke Prevention (House of Lords), 203
  • Smoke Prevention, 185
  • Smoke Prevention, a Smoker, 18.5
  • Smoke Prevention, a Working Man, 169
  • Smoke, the Prize Essay on (Note Book), 149
  • Snow, a Winding-sheet of, 106
  • Soap, on the Manufacture of, by Wm. Hawes, Soalety of Arts, 172
  • Societe Generale des rlippers Franois, 267

Society of Arts -

  • Agriculture: During the last Fifes n Year., by Mr. C. M. Hoskins, the Progress of English, 122;
  • Bricks, by Mr. H. Chamberlain, Drainage Engineer, on the Drying and Buniii,g of, 322;
  • Bricks, by Mr. H. Chamberlain, Drainage Engineer, Experiments on the Strength of Hollow and Solid, 334; Bricks by Machinery, by Mr. H. Chamberlain, Drainage Engineer, on the Manufacture of, 306;
  • Candle Company, by G. F. Wilson, Esq., F.R.S., on the Manufacture of Price's Patent, 41; Carpet Manufacture, by Mr. Alex. Whytock, 110; Commerce of Liverpool, by Mr. Archer, on some of the Animal and Vegetable Products Constituting the Foreign, 122;
  • Cutlery, by Mr. Jas. Wilson, on the Manufacture of Articles from Steel particularly, 200; De•igli as applied to Manufactures, by Mr. Geo, Wallis, Progress in, 134; Donations, 105; Exhibition of Inventions, 171, 187;
  • Fire., the best means of Preventing and Arresting them, by Mr. Jas. Braidwood, Assoc. Inst. C.E., Superintendent of London Fire Brigade, 258; Gilding, by Mr. Francis Bennoch, on Thread or Fibre, 210; Glass, by Mr. Hy. Chance, on the Manufacture of Crown alai Sheet, 78, 98; Iron Manufacture, the British, 21; Lace Trade, by W. F'elkin, Esq., F. L.S., on the History and Present State of the ]Machine Wrought, 291; Mechanics in Schools, by Prof. Willis, F.R.S., Description of Apparatus for Teaching, 153; Members, Election of, 134; Photo-Galvanography, or Engraving by Light and Electricity. by Herr Paul Pretach, on, 227; Printing of Fabrics with Special Reference to Shawls and Carpets, by Mr. Jos. Burch, on the, 1S3;
  • Silk Manufacture, by Mr. Thos. Winkworth, on the British, 283;
  • Soap, Mr. Wm. Hawes, on the Manufacture of, 172;
  • Steam, its Past History and Probable Prospects, by Mr. Jno, Fowler, Jun., Bristol, on Cultivation by, 64;
  • Tonnage Registration, Mr. Chas. Atherton, 31;
  • Water Free from !Wanecs and from Organic impurity, by Prof. Clerk, M.D., Aberdeen, on Means available to the Metropolis and other Places for the Supply of, 270, 282
  • Society of Arts, Examination., 277
  • Society of Arts, the One Hundred and Second Anniversary, 341
  • Society of Arts, the One Hundred and Second Anniversary Dinner, 346
  • Society of Arts Reinstated, 341
  • Society for the Encouragement of Arta, Manufactures, and Commerce, London, 302
  • Society of England, Agricultural, 293
  • Society, Geological, 307
  • Society, Liverpool Literary and Philosophical, 38
  • Society, Liverpool Polytechnic, 79
  • Society, Manchester Literary and Philosophical, 37
  • Society, Royal Geographical, 295
  • Society, Statistical, ln7
  • Soiree at Yornton Locomotive Works, 73
  • Southampton, an Athenreum, 72
  • Southampton Omnibus Association, 233
  • Southampton, A. it., a Letter on the subject of Money and %% ar, 150
  • South Staffordshire, State of Trade, t4
  • Sutha ell's Machinery for Grunting or Polishing S.A., 232
  • Spanners, Williams and Faller's Improvements in Wrenches, Pliers, and, 132
  • Spare Rudders for Ships, Hepplewhite's Improvements in, )41
  • Specific Volumes and Chemical Constitution of Bodies, 7
  • Specifications of Old Patents, 234
  • Speculation, Railway, 41
  • Spencer's Permanent Way, 49, (31, 67, 79
  • Spherical Bodies, Improved Mode of Casting Hollow, 7
  • Spike, a New Railway, 302
  • Spinning Silk, Dickens' Machinery for, 292
  • Spreading ^A aterproofing Compounds, Dodge's Machinery for, 34S
  • Spring Fittings for Railway Carriages. Axle Box and, 228
  • Springs, Meyer's Improvements in Buffers and Other, 152
  • Springs, New Omnibus on India-Rubber, 335
  • Square and Cube Roots, Mr Bidder, 134
  • Staffordshire, South, Iron Trade, 10
  • Stainton and Davey's Warming and other Stoves, 72
  • Stamps for Newspapers, 334
  • Stanley's Improvements in weighing Machines, 173
  • State of the Eastern Counties Railway, 167
  • Statement of the Affairs of Messrs. J. Scott Russell and Co., 84
  • Statistical Society, 107
  • Statistics, Agricultural Bill, 224, 263, 346
  • Statistics of Ireland, Agricultural, too
  • Statistics, Shipping, 296
  • Statistics of \\ yi.eks, 95
  • Statute Book, Expunging the Blots from the (Note Book), 2)3
  • Steam Culture, 63
  • Steam Engine, The Best Work on the, 125
  • Steam Frigate Poly ikhemus, Loss of the, 65
  • Steam Hammer, HA
  • Steam, Heating of, Henry Sherman, 9
  • Steam in Metallurgical Operations, by Mr. J. G. Marticu, Application of, 257
  • Steam, II. Sherman, 9, 33
  • Steam, Washing by, 232
  • Steam, Working Expansively, Ed. E. Allen,13
  • Steamer, the Adriatic, 232
  • Steamer, the I'ersia, 38
  • Steaniers to America, New Line of, 345
  • Steamers in Australia, 292, 303
  • Steamers, Compartments in the Colliers', 181
  • Steamers, Fleetwood and Belfast Line, 65
  • Steamers, Liverpool and American Line of, 33S
  • Steamers, New, 260, 342
  • Steamer, New American mail, Fulton, 129
  • Steamers, New Line of Belgian, 14
  • Steamers from St. Petersburg, Arrival of the First, 314
  • Steamer Vesnvius, 174
  • Steaming, Atlantic, 167
  • Steamship, Gertrude, 338
  • Steamship Lost, 181
  • Steamship, Scotch, 11
  • Steamships Valetta and Vera, 168
  • Steamship N'anderbolt, 17
  • Steel and Bell Metal colouring, 52
  • Steel, Manufacture of, 2l6
  • Steel Manufacture at Pittsburg, 105
  • Steel Pen Manufactures, 66
  • Steering and Propelling Vessels, Pidcock's Method of, 180, 187
  • Stephenson, Address, Mr. Robert, 33
  • Stephenson, British Railway, (I. C. E.), Mr. Robert, 27
  • Stephenson, Proposed Monument to Mr. George, 347
  • Stephenson, M.P., Reply to Observations in the - econd
  • Report of the Postma_ster-General, by Mr. Robert (I. C. E.), 294
  • Stephenson, Mr., versus the Postmaster-General (Note Rook) 297
  • Stent's Improvements for Measuring Gas, 132 Steps, It. and E. Vezey's t arrnige, 72
  • St. James' Park, 1I0, 211,216, 334
  • St. James' Park, Design for a New Roadway under, 128
  • St. James' Park, New Road in, 223, 231
  • St. James' Park, New Road (Note Book), 123, 137, 325
  • Stock and Reduction of Working Expenses, by D. K. Clark, Assoc. Inst. C.E., on the, 306
  • Stocqueler and Saunders' Apparatus for obtaining Elevation. 173
  • Storehouse, Woo,svich, 11
  • Stoves, Stainton and Davey's Warming and other, 72
  • St. Petersburg, Arrival of the First Steamer from, 314
  • St. Petersburg, the First British Merchant Steamer at,302
  • Strafford and Alleyne's Improvements in Railss ay Breaks, 109
  • Straw Sh.ikers of Threshing Machines, Good's IruT roved, 141
  • Stream, the Gulf, 140
  • Street;mod Metropolitan Subway, Proposed New, 257 Strike, Colliers', 254
  • Strike, Colliers', Scotch, 227
  • Strike, Conclusion of the Miners'. 326
  • Strike, Origin and Extent of the Miners', 259, 278
  • Strike of the Ship Painters in Liverpool, 253
  • Strike of the Shipwrights, 326
  • Submarine Experiment s atal, 7
  • Submarine Tunnel from Birkenhead to Liverpool, 228
  • Subway, Prupo.ed New Street and Metropolitan, 37
  • Suer. t 0mm...ion (Note Book), 113
  • Suez, I on•eyance of Mails to, 323
  • Suez Project, the, 118
  • Suicide of Mr. F. Mansfield, Melancholy, 174 Cast-lion Bridge over the River, 336
  • Sunday Labour, 211
  • Sunderland 1 socks by Mr. Murray, M.S.C.E., at Society of Arts, on the Progressive Construction of, 25S, 270, 283
  • Superior, Iron Region of Lake. 23
  • Supply of soil to the Metropolis 2G
  • Supply, House of Commons, 346
  • Supplying Water to Strap. Boilers, Mellor and Young's Machinery for, 196
  • Surplus from Patent Office Fees, 77 sweeps, Refining Jeweller.% 350
  • Symptoms of Weakness (Note Book), 261
  • Tabourin's New System o Metallic Arch for Bridges, &c., 108
  • Taff Steamer, Trial of the, 208
  • Tank Locomotive, Mr I nirbairn's, 324
  • Tank Locomotive, E,' 337
  • Taps. Scully and Heywood's Improvements in the Construction of Cocks and, 21G
  • Tariff, French, 26S
  • Tayieur, fil% the and Another versus, Claim for Delay in Completing a Vessel, 211
  • Tatloek and Hostage's Slideand Tongue Railway Chair, 152
  • Teaching Mechanics in Schools, Description of Apparatus for, by Professor Willis, F.R.S. (Society of Arts), 183
  • Tees Conservancy, 287
  • Telegraphs at the Antipodes, Electric, 314
  • Telegraphs on Board Ship, Electric, 253
  • Telegraph to Calcutta, 228
  • Telegraph from Constantinople to Alexandria, 24
  • Telegraph, the Magnetic, 302
  • Telegraph, the Newfoundland and American, 302
  • Telegraph, Submarine, Across the Bumps r, 24s
  • Telegraph, Submarine, Connecting the Two Shores of the Bosphorus, 65
  • Telegraphs, Walker and McKenvie's Improvements in Electric, 109
  • Telegraphic Communication between London and St. Petersburg, 268
  • Terror, Launch of the, 233
  • Testimonial to Mr. Costa, 253
  • Thames Esplanade, 7, 18
  • Thames, the Past and Present Condition of the River (Inst. C. Eng.), by Mr. II. Robinson, C.E., •3, 55, 67, 98
  • Theatre, Fire at Covent Garden, 153, 170
  • Theatre, tiire at Drury Lane, 142 ,
  • Theodolite, Metford's Traversing, 103, 113
  • Theory and Practice in Mechanics, Harmony in, 100
  • Things not Generally Known, by Jno. F.S.A., 198
  • Thomas's, R. H., Signal between Driver and Guard, 8
  • Thomas's Improvements in Bullets for Steam Carriages, 208
  • Thompson, F.R.S._ on the Origin and Transformation of Motive Power (Inst. Gt. B.). by Prof. Win., 226
  • Thorburn'•, Thomas, Quarterly Report of the Scotch Iron Trade, 190
  • Thorn•', Cha-. Fred., Boiler, 113
  • Thoroughfare, North and South through Lincoln's-inn-fields, 311
  • Thoroughfares in the Metropolis, New (House of Lords), 323
  • Threlfall and Knowles' Looms for Weaving, 269
  • Threshing Machines, Good's Improvements in Straw Shakers of, 141
  • Threshing Machines, Trial of, 259
  • Tillers or Yokes, Kidm-n's Improvements in, 180
  • Tiles, Wright and Green's Improvenient, in the Manufacture of Bricks and, 121
  • Timber for Ship Building, Uninflarnmable, 66
  • Times Printing Patent, the, 19
  • Timbs', Jno., Things not Generally Known, 198
  • Timbs', Jno., F.S.A., Year Book of Facts. 198
  • Tin and Copper Wanted. N Note Book), 337
  • Tin for Soldering Silver, Block, 86
  • Tod, Mr., l.oss of Property, 105
  • Tolson's Patent. In re (Court of Chancery), MI
  • Tonnage its gistration, C. Atherton (Soc. of Arts), 31 Torino, Launch of the, 314
  • Tortoiseshell Bookbinding, 261
  • Tour in the Provinces, Manchester, 280, 304, 324, 332, 344
  • Tower, Cast-Iron Shot, 12
  • Town Dues, Live rpool, 218
  • Trade, Alleged Breach of Contract in the Iron, 50
  • Trade with America, 265
  • Trade, Annual Report of the British Iron, 189
  • Trade, Important Discovery in the Paper, 48
  • Trade, Iron and Coal, 86, 106, 130, 142, 154. 190
  • Trade, South Striffol &hire, 84
  • Trade, Thus. Thorburn's Report of the Scotch Iron, 190
  • Trade on the T)nee the Chemical, 173
  • Trades of Birmingham and Wolverhampton, the Iron and Coal, 218, 234. 233, 265, 277, 189, 201, 313, 329, 341, 353
  • Traffic Bill, Railway and Canal, 334, 133
  • Train, Newly Improved, 294
  • Transit between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans (Note Rook), 309
  • Travelling, Decision as to Railway, 147
  • Travelling', Safety of Railway, 123
  • Tremble0i, Dr., Steam and Ether Engine (Note Boa:), 43
  • Trial of the Marlborough, 259
  • Trial of Threshing Machines, 259
  • Trial Trip of the Taff Steamer. 208
  • Trials with a New Mortar 330
  • Tubes of hollers Brass, 30
  • Tubes, Parsons Improvements in Securing Joints of, 257
  • Tubular Steam Boilers, Andrews, 73
  • Tuck, r, Hoskins and Co.'s, Description of the Patent Safety Poop, 11,1
  • Tuck's Improvements in Blowing Apparatus, 132 rug Boat, Regent's Canal, 4
  • Tugs on the Nile, Steam 324
  • Tunnel between England and France, 48
  • Tunnel Borer, 65
  • Tunnel through Mount Cenis, 64
  • Turbines, the most Recent Publication on, 125
  • Turner's Machinery for Crushing and Grinding Grain, 41
  • Tyne, the Chemical Trade on the, 173
  • Ullmer's Improvements in Machinery for Cutting Paper, Card, &e., 165
  • Uneducated Workmen, 253
  • Union Steam Collier Company versus Humphrey and Others, 118
  • Use of Money, the Unrestricted, 337
  • Useful Information for Engineers, by Mr. W. Fairbairn, 57, 69
  • Usk Gas Company, 260
  • Usury, 277
  • Valetta and Pera Steam Ships, 168
  • Value of Steamers in Australia, Depreciated, 292
  • Valve, Alarm Whistle and Indicator, Self-Acting Stipp, v, 248
  • Valve for Boilers, Hackett's Safety, 268
  • Valve, Cowburn's Cellular Boiler and Oscillating, 268
  • Valve, Wailes's Eccentric Sluice, 181
  • Valves, Feeding Apparatus for Steam Boilers, Ramsbottom's, 96
  • Vanderbilt, American Steamship Company, 17
  • Vase for Prince Albert, a Gem Enamelled, 218 .
  • Vegetation, the Beginning of, 130
  • Ventilation of the Carlton Club, 312
  • Vernon, Messrs., Launch of the Annie Vernon, from. 112
  • Vessel, Blythe versus Tayleur, Claim for Delay in Com- 1 pleting a, 211
  • Vessel, Victor Emmanuel, 11
  • Vessels. lieu itt's Improvements in Propelling, 96
  • Vessels, on Loading and Discharging, 120, 1.52 193
  • Vessels, on Loading and Discharging, Jas. iaylor and Co., 24
  • Vessels, Lowe's Apparatus for Propelling, 308
  • Vessels, Palmer's Improvements in Propelling, 56
  • Vessels' Pidcock's Method of Steering and Propelling, 180, 187
  • Vesuvius, the Steamer, 171
  • Vezey's, It. and E. Carriage Steps, 72
  • Vice-Chancellor's dourt, Brigg versti4 Beardsell, 275
  • Vice, Davis's Patent Parallel, 36
  • Vices, Marchinton's Improvements in, 293
  • Vices, Warrens Improvements in the Construction of, 224
  • Victor Emmanuel, Launch of the, 217
  • Vilcocq and Deschamp's Free Diving Boat, 121
  • Vindication of Mr. Fairbairn's Logic (Note Book), 149
  • Voltaic Battery, by Geo. Mathiot, Self-Sustaining, 146, 182, 219
  • W., Problem of Balance Weights, 187
  • Waddington, Mr., 7
  • Waddington, Mr., and Mr. 1'. Ashcroft (Note Book), 45
  • Waddington's, Mr., Reply ( • ote Book), 9
  • Waggon Company, the Birmingham 146
  • Waggons, by Major Vincent Eyre, United Service Inst., Military, 274
  • Wailes's Eccentric Sluice Valve, 181
  • Wales Fuel Company, North and South, 227
  • Walker and McKenzie's Improvements in Electric Telegraphs, 109
  • Walmsley, Bullough, and Willan's Warping Machine, 80
  • Wallis, Geo., on Progress in Design as Applied to Manufactures (Society of Arts), 134
  • Want, the Great, 261
  • Want of Shipswrights, 33.1
  • War, Engineers' Share in the Late (Note Book), 185
  • War, a Letter on the Subject of Money and, by H. B. Southampton, 150
  • War Machine, 50
  • War Railway 119
  • Ward's New Works, Lord, 289
  • Warlike Preperations 336
  • arnali without Fuel or Motirn (Note Book), 9
  • Warping Machinery, Bullough, Milian, and Walmsleys', sO
  • Warren's Improvements in the Construction of Vices, 224
  • Warrington School of Art, 38
  • Washing, Mangling, and Churning, Greening's Machinery for, 180
  • Washing and Separat;ng Minerals, Maekworth's Improvements in, 148
  • Washing by Stearn, 232
  • Washhouses, Baths and, 247
  • Water without Air. Properties of, Inquired, 13
  • Water for Maiine Swan, Boil( rs, Fresh, .1
  • Water to the Metropolis, by Pro!essor Clarke, M.D., or the Supp.^ of Pure (Societ) of Arts), 270, 282
  • Water, Morris, Chrimes, Eskholmes Improvtments it Preventing Waste of, 11
  • Water Pipe-, m. Burns, Engineer 165
  • Water, Plan for Heating, Ilenry Childs, 273
  • Water, P^an for Heating, 11. L. T., 261
  • Water, Pan for Heating, Thomas W. Wilkinson, 261
  • Water, Pure, 132
  • Water Scheme, the Glasgow Loch Katrine, 272
  • Water to Steam Boilers, Mellor und Young's Machiner: for Supplying, 1E6
  • Water St ppl) and Di &linage, Adelaide, 273
  • Water to Wolverhampton, Supply of, 245
  • Waterplooting Compounds, Dodge's Machinery fo Spreading, 348
  • waters °nig, Dowlnis, 343
  • Waterworks Bill, Edinburgh, 211
  • Waterworks at Enfield, 32
  • Waterworks, the Glasgow, 294
  • Waterworks, London, 1115
  • Waterworks at Plumstead, 283
  • Waterworks, South Staffordshire, 112
  • Watson, F.(i.S., the Progress of Mining, by Josep' Yeliaby, 138
  • Way, Permanent, Jno. Dickson's, 38
  • Way, Permanent, Mr. Spencera's 49, 61, 67, 79
  • Way, Permanent, a Letter from L. C. E., 187
  • Weakness, ,)mptonis of (Note Book), 261
  • Weallens and Crow's Improvements in Steam-engine; 136
  • Wearing Msehine, Normandy's New Circular. 121
  • Weaving, Robert Coppock's Improvements in Looms for, 66
  • Wedge for Rails, Compound, 7
  • Weft, Brasseur's Machinery for Winding, 224
  • Weighing Machines, Stanley's Improvements, 173
  • Weights, the Problems of Balance by A, 21.5
  • Weightn, the Problems of Balance by C, 310, 198
  • Weights, the Problems of Balance, by Chatles E. Condors, 280
  • Weights, the Problem of Balance by H. H., 230, 262
  • Weights, the Problem of Balance by IlastIngo, 287, 214
  • Weights, the Problem of Balance by K. It. U., 1i8, 136, 262
  • Weights, the Problem of Balance, by J. Lovett, 230
  • Weights, the Problem of Balance, by J. IL P., '430
  • Well in the Bois de Boulogne, Artesian, 32
  • Well at PAM, Artesian, 32u
  • Welchpool, Shrewsbury, Hanwood, and, 7
  • Westrion-ter Bridge, state of, 2'8, 2153
  • Wharton's Improvements in Marine steam Engines, 48
  • Wheel, New Puddle, 192
  • Wheels, Ludbrook's Improvements in Railway, 192
  • Wheels, Pellenz's Improvements in the Manufacture of Iron, 41,
  • Wheelwright, William, Incrustation upon Steam Boilers. 38
  • Whichelo versus the Brighton and Hove Waterworks' Company, 295
  • Whittaker's Improvements in screw Propellers, 37
  • Whitehall, Spencer's Permanent Way, GO
  • Whistle and Indicator, Self-acting supply-valve Alarm, 248
  • Whitworth's, Mr., Artillery 259
  • Whitworth's, Mr. and the North western Committee of Investigation (Note Book), 101
  • Whitworth's, Mr., Tour in the Provinces, 304
  • Whylock, Alexander, Carpet Manufacture (Society of Arts), 110
  • Wilkins' Lamps, 72
  • Willan, Walmsley, and Bullough's Warping Machinery, 80
  • Williams and Fuller's Improvements in Wrenches, Pliers, and Spanners, 1a2
  • William's Improvements in Machinery for Driving or Actuating Ploughs, 97
  • Williams, M.R.C.s., a Letter in reference to Mr. Nasmyth's suggestions respecting the Origin of the Rotary Movement of the Celestial Bodies, &c., 150
  • Williams, Mr. C. Wye, Assoc. lnstit. C. E., Prize Essay on the Prevention of the -rs oke Nuisance, 163, 179, 191, 207. 223, 243, 255. 2 7, 27a, 343, 2151, 303, 319
  • Williams, Mr. C. Wye, smoke Nuisance, 297
  • Willis, FR.- ., Prof.. Description of Apparatus for Teaching Mechanics in Schools., by (-oc. of Al. 183
  • Wilson, Esq., .Manufacture of Price's Patent Candle Company (society of Arts), 41
  • Wilson, James, Manufacture of Article+ from Steel (Society of Arts), 260
  • Winding Weft, Brasseur's Machinery for, 224
  • Windlasses,
  • Windsor Castle, Improvements at, 283
  • Winkworth, Mr. Thomas, a Paper on the British Silk Manufacture (soviet) of Arts), 283
  • Winnowieg Grain, Nalder's Improvements in, 144
  • Willoughby, James, Hunt's Patent Hook, 45
  • Willoughby, James, Causes of Boiler Ex. !onions, 125
  • Wolverhampton Chamber of Coa.wcrcc, 253
  • Wolverlitimpton Collieries, 139
  • Wolverhampton, Ironmusters' Quarterly Meeting, 26
  • Wolverhampton, supply of Water to, •45
  • Wolverhampton Trades, 265
  • Wood, Bell, rand others, Exchequer Chamber, 263
  • Wood, Mr. Chief Eng., of the late Polyphemus, 112
  • Woodside Iron Works, Public Inspection of an Iron Bridge, 183
  • Woolwich Arsenal, 268
  • Woolwich, Bursting of a Mortar at, 171
  • Woolwich Marshes, 342
  • Woolwich storehouse, 11
  • Works of Art, our next Exhibition of the (Note Book), 285
  • Works, the Amusement of the Board of, 24.5
  • Works in Egypt, Public, 258, 311
  • Works at Gorton, near Manchester, 3lessrs. Beyer and Peacock's, 332
  • Works and Improvements Committee (Note Book), 213
  • Works, Metropolitan Board of, 131, 151, 18-, 195, 211, 231, 247, 263, 274, as 7, 295, 311, 323. 334, 347,
  • Works, Metropolitan Board of (Note Book), 109, 185, 197
  • Works in Russia, Public, 2.-5
  • Workman and Masters, 201, 211, 231, 247
  • Wrecks, statistics of, 95
  • Wrenches, Pliers and spanners, Williams and Fuller's Improvements in, 132
  • Wright and Green's Improvements in the Manufacture of Bricks and Tiles, 121
  • Wright's Machinery for Crushing Grain, Messrs. W. and J., 2-1t4
  • Wrought Iron Ordnance, 201
  • Wylde, J., Jun., 1). J. Hoare's 'crew Propeller, 188
  • Wynne, Capt., Eastern Counties Railway (Note Book), 21
  • Yarrow Docks, 239
  • Yokes, Redman’s Improvements in Tillers or 180
  • Young's Gas Regulator, 80
  • Young, on and Magnay, Messrs. G. and F., Shipwrights Absenting themselves from the Service of the Firm of, 3.17
  • Young and Mellor's Machinery for Supplying Water to tram Boiler s, 196
  • Ystalyfera Iron and Tin Works, Fatal Accident at tke, 105
  • Zollverein, Progress of Trade with the, 313 S 1

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