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Abel action advantages apparatus Appendix application Atkinson Baker boilers bridge Brown canal Capt ciii coal Comparative concrete construction Correspondence cost cvii cxii cxiii cxiv cxvi determining Discussion dock docks Douglass E. A. Cowper effect electric light engines experiments Giles girders harbour Hayter Hopkinson hydraulic improvement Influence iron Italy J. W. Barry L. F. Vernon-Harcourt lighthouse locomotives London lxii lxiv lxix lxvi lxvii lxxi lxxiii lxxv lxxx lxxxix lxxxvii machine machinery manufacture materials means measurement metals method mill mines mode navigation plate Portland cement pressure Prof pumping railway REFERENCES reservoir river Robinson sewage Shelford ship Smith South station steam steel strength temperature testing trains various W. C. Unwin walls Wood xcii xciii xciv xcix xcvi
Page 355 - On mean or average annual rainfall and the fluctuations to which it is subject.
Page 184 - January 14, 1893, and abstract in Johns Hopkim University Circulars 103.] The microscope and the study of the crystalline schists: Science, January 6, 1893. A new machine for cutting and grinding thin sections of rocks and minerals : Am. Jour. Sci., vol. xlv, February, 1893, p.
Page 93 - LYSTER, GF Recent Dock Extensions at Liverpool, with a General Description of the Mersey Dock Estate, the Port of Liverpool, and the River Mersey.
Page 501 - REPORT UPON THE ORGANISMS, EXCEPTING THE BACTERIA, FOUND IN THE WATERS OF THE STATE, JULY, 1887, to JUNE, 1889.
Page 369 - This was read on May 20, 1884, and was followed by another contribution entitled " The Effect of the Drought of 1884 upon the Pollution of the River Thames below London." Mr. Birch frequently acted for the London Water Companies in their struggles with the London County Council, and gave evidence for them on several occasions, notably before Lord Balfour's Commission of 1893, when he expressed the opinion, which he held very strongly, that it was unnecessary to look...
Page 243 - And, in exact accordance with the design which the founders of the Institution had in view, I find premiums have been awarded for such papers as — "modern machine tools and workshop " appliances for the treatment of heavy forgings and castings.
Page 83 - ... year were elected, the President being His Grace the Duke of Northumberland, KG, and the trustees Sir John Lubbock, Bart., DCL, FRS, Dr. BW Richardson, FRS, and Thomas Salt. Institution of Civil Engineers, May 16. — Sir Frederick Bramwell, vice-president, in the chair. — The first paper read was " On the various systems of grinding wheat, and on the machines used in corn-mills,
Page 498 - Water — analyses, impurities, and purification — continued. '•Analysis of potable water, with special reference to the determination of previous sewage contamination.
Page 459 - A method of correcting errors in the observation of the angles of plane triangles, and of calculating the linear and surface dimensions of a trigonometrical survey', in Inst.