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The Engineer 1888/03/16

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Main Subjects

  • American Engineering News, p 226.
  • Condition of the Mercantile Marine and Royal Navy Reserve, p 212.
    • W. C. Crutchley.
  • Death - William Rogers, p 221.
  • Eames Vacuum Brake, p 217 and 218.
  • Eastwood's Abestallicon Packing, p 216.
  • Editorial, p 221.
    • Lord Charles Beresford and the Admirality.
    • The Deterioration of Cement in Tropical Climates.
    • How Fast Can a Locomotive Run.
    • The Indian Government and Native Engineers.
    • Shipbuilders and Lloyd's.
    • The Bristol Waterworks Bill.
  • Graphic Illustration of the Stresses on the Flanges of Lattice - By William Robertson, p 211.
  • Inspection of Boilers and Engines, p 223.
  • Nordenfelt Submarine Boat, p 212 and 213. (Illustrated).

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