Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Metallurgists, Mine Proprietors, Engineers, Shipbuilders, Scientists, Capitalists ..., 23. sējums

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Perry Fairfax Nursey
Knight and Lacey, 1835
 

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Description of a HydroPneumatic Pump By W H O
41
Murrays Encyclopædia of Geography
42
Description of a Mode of Freshening Salt Water by Refrigeration By S M
48
128
51
Notice of Hoares Mode of Cultivating the Vine By Henry Watson
56
143
58
Harvey
64
Remarks on the Pneumatic Railway Scheme
65
PAGE
67
Report on Hunters Patent Stoneplaning Machine By Messrs Kerrand Carmichael C E
73
Grand Irish Railway
79
On the Undulating Railway Is the Friction of Rolling Bodies according to the times
86
Remarks on the Phenomena in Hydraulics noticed by Mr Baddeley By J L
92
Account of a Rotary SteamEngine applied
94
Proposal to Illuminate the Names of Streets By Mr R Richardson ricco socio95
95
The Undulating RailwayReply to Mr Stephenson and Mr Whitehead By
105
Reply to Mr Chevertons Remarks on the New Theory of Physics By Thomas Exley 1
115
Weather Wisdom
120
Defence of the Pneumatic Railway Scheme By Mr Pinkus
121
Description of Adams Patent Circular SpringWheels
129
On the Metropolis SpringWater Company Project By W J
134
Account of some Experiments in Cooking by Gas By M P
135
The Mango in England
143
Description of Wood and Quantrilles Patent Pump By C G S
145
Description of Wood and Quantrilles Patent Pump By C G
146
Description of a Pendulum Steamengine By Mr Charles Sockle OO
152
Description of Antiss improved Chimneys
157
Description of Rodgerss NeedleThreader By Mr W Baddeley 138
158
Transport
160
Reclamation of the Invention of the Pneumatic Railway By Mr W K Wrigs
164
Proposed Bill for Amending the Law of Patents By Archibald Rosser Esq
170
Death of Mr Nash
176
Expense and Speed
181
Description of Clark and Co s Brick Aciddrop and Lozengemachine
183
A Leaf from an Old Book 1634 entitled The
184
List of Prizes in Mechanics awarded by the Society of Arts gordt
191
English an 1 French Shipbuilding
192
Description of Eastmans Central Discharging
193
On Selfsupporting Suspension Bridges By W Thorold Esq C E isin à
201
Remarks on the Substitution of Locks for
202
Report of the Cornwall Polytechnic Society
213
Extracts from the Evidence of Joshua Field
249
Description of Jecks crean or BootWearers Assistant
254
On the Cherbourg Breakwater
260
Suggestion for Extending the Use of Wire Gauze By a Subscriber
267
Fishmongers Hall
270
Description of a Hydraulic Blizst Wheel By Mr A T J Martin
273
Description of a Hydraulic Blicst Wheel By Mr A T J Martin
275
Proposal of a Quick and Cheap Modle of Railway Transit without LocomotiveEngines
280
Correction of a Miscalculation by the Russian Calculating Boy By a Young Mathe
282
Description of the Parisian Aerial Ship The Earle By Mr W Paddeley
289
On the Projected Lines of Railway from London to Brighton in Answer to Mr Hera
291
Description of Woodhouses Substitute for Canal Locks By Mr Joseph Gilbert
297
Description of a Sailing and Rowing Treble Boat By Đ
305
Remarks on the Plan for Propelling SteamVessels by the Retroactive Force of
307
On Vis lie iiæ By X Y 2
315
Full Report of the Proceedings in ditto
321
Description of a Portable PrintingPress By Q
346
Description of Carters Patent PaddleWheel By the Inventor
353
Remarks on the Thames Tunnel Job By Fanqui
356
Reclamation of the SteamBoiler patented by Colonel Macerone By Nath Ogle Esq
360
Déscription of a Simple and Eronomieal TurningLathe with Notice of Tin Crucibles
369
Déscription of a Simple and Eronomical TurningLathe with Notice of Tin Crucibles
370
Phe DavyLamp tried by a competent Tribunal By U G R
379
On Furrow TileDraining
383
On Aerostation By Mr William Pearson
389
Strictures on the Proceedings of the Committee of the House of Commons on Gurneys
395
Answer of Colonel Macerone to Mr Ogle
405
Tables of Halleys Comet By Mr E Henderson
428
Experiments on Indigo By
436
Reply of Mr Ogle to Colonel Macerone
442
Account of a House fitted up with Gas for Lighting Warming and Cooking By John
448
On the Earl of Stanhopes and Mr Woods Modes of rendering Buildings Fireproof
456
Description of Carters Patent Valve for Regulating the Flow of Gas and other
466
Perspective made Easy By Mr James Whitelaw Engineer
490
On the Improvement of Shoreham Harbour By
499
On the New River Company By Mr William Matthews
514
Geometrical Construction of the Orbit of Halleys Comet with Illustrations of its Pheno
521
NEW PATENTS
528
Description of Rodgerss NeedleThreader By Mr W Baddeley 138
530
Account of a Journey from London to Marlborough in Mr Hancocks SteamCarriage
531

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