High Speed Steam Engines

Front Cover
King, 1900 - Steam-engines - 148 pages
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 4 - As befits the sequel to a classic, this work at once takes Its place in the first front of the literature on the subject. This has such signal merits of its own that specialists will have to reckon with it.
Page 9 - English Local Government of To-day. A Study of the Relations of Central and Local Government.
Page 2 - Publishers of the Reports and Publications of the London County Council. School Board for London. Poor Law Conferences. India Office and Government of India. China Imperial Maritime Customs. American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Page 11 - Manual for the use of Boards of Health of Massachusetts, containing the statutes relating to the public health, the medical examiner laws, the laws relating to the registration of vital statistics, and the decisions of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts relating to the same.
Page 24 - A work of sociological first importance. . . . His information is clearly tabulated. ... Its results appear to us to have been carefully reached and to be of great importance. 7. The Receipt Roll of the Exchequer for Michaelmas Term of the Twenty-first Year of Henry the Second (1185). A unique fragment transcribed and edited by the Class in Palaeography and Diplomatic under the supervision of the Lecturer, HUBERT HALL. FSA, HM Public Record Office. With...
Page 8 - LOCAL TAXATION. Some recent Modifications of our Rating System. By WMJ WILLIAMS. 6d. "Those who hold the view that the action which has been taken by Parliament during the latter part of the present century in granting relief to Local Taxation from the Imperial Revenue has been wrong and indefensible, will find their case very ably and clearly stated in this pamphlet by Mr. WMJ Williams."— Local Government Chronicle.
Page 23 - Mr. Galton has discovered in great abundance, setting forth in his introduction the historical sequence and the economic significance of the documents themselves, and the movement they illustrate, with no little skill and insight.
Page 6 - Wolff.— PEOPLE'S BANKS : a Record of Social and Economic Success. By HENRY W. WOLFF.
Page 12 - Index of all the literature that has appeared during the preceding quarter, thus making it possible to ascertain in a few moments what articles, pamphlets, books and reports have appeared upon any phase of city government ; Digests of periodical literature which are exceedingly valuable to the busy reader who wishes to secure the gist of the best articles without extended reading ; and Book Reviews of the most important works, by persons entirely familiar with the various subjects.
Page 12 - Besides the leading articles, each number contains a Bibliographical Index of all the literature that has appeared during the preceding quarter, thus making it possible to ascertain in a few moments what articles, pamphlets, books and reports have appeared upon any phase of city government; Digests of periodical literature which are exceedingly valuable to...

Bibliographic information