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The Engineer 1877/11/16

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Main Subjects

  • Contracts Open, p 348 and 354. (Illustrated).
    • Queen's Parade Tramway, Scarborough.
  • D'Amora's Hammock with Elastic Suspension, p 350.
  • Messenger and J. Churchward's Steam Engine, p 359. (Illustrated).
  • On Lloyd's Numerals - By William Denny, p 346 and 347. (Illustrated).
  • On the Protection from Atmospheric Action Which is Imparted to Metals by a Coating of Certain of their own Oxides Respectively - By John Percy, p 359.
  • On the Rate of Progression of Groups of Waves and the Energy Transmitted - By [[Osbourne

Reynolds]], for the British Association, p 353.

  • Plea for Protection - By Lord Bateman, p 352.

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