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Page 409 - Screw Cutting Tables, for the use of Mechanical Engineers, showing the proper arrangement of Wheels for cutting the Threads of Screws of any required pitch, with a Table for making the Universal Gas-pipe Threads and Taps.
Page 403 - Goodwill and Stock — and of the various Legal Methods of Settlement of Disputed Claims — together with Full and Explicit Instructions on the Methods of Valuing and of Making Claims ; with Comments on Cases arising under the Metropolis Local Management and Metropolitan...
Page 410 - A Pocket-Book for Boiler Makers and Steam Users, comprising a variety of useful information for Employer and Workman, Government Inspectors, Board of Trade Surveyors, Engineers in charge of Works and Slips, Foremen of Manufactories, and the general Steamusing Public. By MAURICE JOHN SEXTON. Second edition, royal 32mo, roan, gilt edges, S^.
Page 408 - The Draughtsman's Handbook of Plan and Map Drawing; including instructions for the preparation of Engineering, Architectural, and Mechanical Drawings. With numerous illustrations in the text, and 33 plates (15 printed in colours). By GG ANDRE, FGS, Assoc. Inst. CE 4to, cloth, gs. CONTENTS : The Drawing Office and its Furnishings — Geometrical Problems — Lines, Dots, and their Combinations — Colours, Shading, Lettering, Bordering, and North Points — Scales — Plotting — Civil Engineers
Page 412 - The Practice of Hand Turning in Wood, Ivory, 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 413 - Treatise on Watchwork, Past and Present. By the Rev. HL NELTHROPP, MA, FSA With 32 illustrations, crown 8vo, cloth, 6s. 6d. 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.
Page 409 - Sanitary Engineering: a Guide to the Construction of Works of Sewerage and House Drainage, with Tables for facilitating the calculations of the Engineer. By BALDWIN LATHAM, CE, M. Inst. CE, FGS, FMS, Past-President of the Society of Engineers.
Page 400 - COOPER.— A Treatise on the use of Belting for the Transmission of Power. With numerous illustrations of approved and actual methods of arranging Main Driving and Quarter Twist Belts, and of Belt Fastenings.
Page 413 - Health and Comfort in House Building, or Ventilation with Warm Air by Self-Acting Suction Power, with Review of the mode of Calculating the Draught in Hot-Air Flues, and with some actual Experiments. By J. DRYSDALE, MD, and JW HAYWARD, MD Second edition, with Supplement, with plates, demy 8vo, cloth, 'js.
Page 401 - Section I. On the Equality and Distribution of Forces — Section II. Resistance of Timber — Section III. Construction of Floors — Section IV. Construction of Roofs — Section V. Construction of Domes and Cupolas — Section VI. Construction of Partitions — Section VII.