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Page 1 - A Practical Treatise on the Steam Engine, containing Plans and Arrangements of Details for Fixed Steam Engines, with Essays on the Principles involved in Design and Construction. By ARTHUR RIGG, Engineer, Member of the Society of Engineers and of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. Demy 410, copiously illustrated with woodcuts and 96 plates, in one Volume, half-bound morocco, 2l. 2s. ; or cheaper edition, cloth, 2$s.
Page 2 - CONTENTS : Definitions of Words and Terms used in Watchwork — Tools — Time — Historical Summary — On Calculations of the Numbers for Wheels and Pinions ; their Proportional Sizes, Trains, etc. — Of Dial Wheels, or Motion Work — Length of Time of Going without Winding up — The Verge — The Horizontal — The Duplex — The Lever— The Chronometer — Repeating Watches— Keyless Watches— The Pendulum, or Spiral Spring — Compensation — Jewelling of Pivot Holes — Clerkenwell...
Page 2 - Shell, etc., with Instructions for Turning such Work in Metal as may be required in the Practice of Turning in Wood, Ivory, etc. ; also an Appendix on Ornamental Turning. (A book for beginners.) By FRANCIS CAMPIN.
Page 1 - Hurst's is the very best of them all, without any exception. It would be useless to attempt a recapitulation of the contents, for it appears to contain almost...
Page 6 - Engines, Varieties of. Explosives. Fans. Founding, Moulding and the practical work of the Foundry. Gas, Manufacture of. Hammers, Steam and other Power. Heat. Horse Power. Hydraulics. Hydro-geology. Indicators. Iron. Lifts, Hoists, and Elevators. Lighthouses, Buoys, and Beacons. Machine Tools. Materials of Construction. Meters. Ores, Machinery and Processes employed to Dress. Piers. Pile Driving. Pneumatic Transmission. Pumps. Pyrometers. Road Locomotives. Rock Drills. Rolling Stock. Sanitary Engineering....
Page 1 - A Practical Treatise on the Science of Land and Engineering Surveying, Levelling, Estimating Quantities, etc., with a general description of the several Instruments required for Surveying, Levelling, Plotting, etc.
Page 7 - Leather, 28 pp. 31 figs. Linen Manufactures, 16 pp. 6 figs. Manures, 21 pp. 30 figs. Matches, 17 pp. 38 figs. Mordants, 13 pp. Narcotics, 47 pp. Nuts, 10 pp.
Page 4 - List of Tests (Reagents), arranged in alphabetical order, according to the names of the originators. Designed especially for the convenient reference of Chemists, Pharmacists, and Scientists. By HANS M. WILDER. Crown 8vo, cloth, 4*. 6d. Ten Years Experience in Works of Intermittent Dmvnward Filtration.