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LONDON JO U R N A L
Arts and Sciences:
BY W. NEWTON,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN.
( Assisted by several Scientific Gentlemen.)
(CONJOINED SERIE S.)
BY SHERWOOD, GILBERT, AND PIPER, PATER-
I. Dredge's Chain Bridge, and Chanter's Refrigerator and
for making Leaden Pipes ; and Ritchie's Cloth-dress
ing Machinery III. Bailey's Stocking Frame, and Young's Improved Hinges. IV. Bethell's Diving Apparatus. V. Berry's Apparatus for marking down Notes ; Smith's Im
proved Chisel ; Cook's Bedstead; Robson's Signal Light; Hale's Propelling Apparatus ; Smith's Propeller ;
Walker's Improved Extinguisher; and Fussell's Pump. VI. Heathcoat's Improvements in Weaving; and Lutwyche's
Apparatus for Decomposing Salt. VII. Harvey and Brown's Machinery for Manufacturing Metal
Tubes; and Bates's Apparatus for making Hinges. VIII. Newton's Apparatus for producing Instantaneous Ignition;
Adams's Improved Wheel; Saxton's Printing Press ; and Pearne’s Method of Repairing Fractured Paddle
Wheels. IX. Gauntley's Lace Machinery ; Hawkins's Warming Pan;
and Rowland's Sextant. X. Chanter and Gray's Improvements in Furnaces ; Kirk
ham's Retort; and Macnamara's Paving. XI. Berry's Loom for Weaving Horse-hair, &c; and Livesey's
Improvements in Spinning. XII. Hebert's Bread-making Machinery. XIII. Baylis's Evaporating Apparatus ; Ericsson's Rotary En
gine; Smith's Liquor Valve ; Bruce's Biscuit-making
Machinery; and Rowley's Telegraph. XIV. Applegarth's Printing Machinery.
XV. Burch's Locomotive Engine ; and Sullivan's Gas Meter. XVI. Berry's Apparatus for Cleaning Grain.