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The Engineer 1872/10/25

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Main Subjects

  • Apparatus for Drying and Triturating Sewage, p 285.
  • Early American Locomotives, p 286.
  • Editorial, p 283.
  • MacAndrew and Co - Sale of Engines, Boilers, Vacuum Pans, Tanks, Gas Plant etc at the Liquorice Works, Frodsham, Chester, p 288.
  • Proceedings of Section A of The British Association, continued from p 261, p 280.
    • Spectral Rays - W. K. Clifford.
    • Astronomical Refraction - George Forbes.
    • Government Aid to Science - William Spottiswoode .
    • The Action of Light Upon Glass - Thomas Gaffield.
    • A Nutoscope and Spiral Top - Ch. V. Zenger.
  • Ransome's Artificial Stone - Patent Case, p 276.
  • Report on Experiments Made at Millwall, May 7th, 8th and 10th on Mr. Jas. Henderson's Process for the Purification of Pig Iron - W. Mattieu Williams, p 275.
  • Stone's Waste Preventer Water Cistern, p 287.

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