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The Engineer 1862/10/10

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Main Subjects

  • Editorial, p 221.
    • Patents and Patentees.
    • Cotton Gins.
    • Scottish Shipbuilders on Iron-Cased Ships of War
  • Miller's Improvements in the Manufacture of Sugar, p 216. (Illustrated).
  • Pradel and Wahl's Apparatus For Feeding Steam Boilers, p 217. (Illustrated).
  • Professor John Tyndall, on 'The Forms and Actions of Water', p 214.
  • Royal Irish Academy, June 23, 1862, on' The Strength of Long Pillars' by Bindon B. Stoney p 218. (Illustrated).
  • Smith's Drying Wheat and Other Grain, p 216. (Illustrated).
  • Steele's Valves for Steam Engines, p 220. (Illustrated).
  • Stephenson Statue at Newcastle, p 218.
  • Tangye's Hydraulic Lifting Jacks, p 216. (Illustrated).
  • W. Warne and Co's Consolidated Emery Wheels. p 218.
  • Whitworth's Projectiles, p 219 - 220. (Illustrated).

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