The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 27 (Google eBook)

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M. Salmon, 1837 - Industrial arts
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Contents

Theory of the Universe and reply to the Objections of Opponents By Mr T
41
Porters Progress of the Nation
42
Turkish Penny Magazine
48
Description of a Hollow Cylindroidal Rail for Railways By J R
49
Defence of Mr Herapath from the Attacks of PhiloDavy and Mr Meredith By Veritas
58
Description of a Machine for covering Copper Wire with thread for ElectroMagnetic
65
Greek Penny Magazine
66
Stuarts History of the Steam Engine 104
73
ExciseLicences for Trades 43
79
On the Mechanics Institutions of Liverpool
81
Descriptive Notice of the Soanean Museum and on the Means of Admission thereto
89
On the Theory of Combustion Rarefaction c By A Y
91
On the Velocity of Rivers Currents and appa
92
Locher Tanning 94 J L Granger preserving Milk
95
Description of an Instrument for dividing Swing Wheels and Pallets By Mr Ben
97
Invention of the Steam Engine
104
Remarks on O N s Objections to Mr Evanss Calculation of the Distance travelled
109
On the Effect of the Tailors working position on Health By Mr R Mills Tailor
115
Observations on the Application of Expansive Steam By J S Enys Esq
119
Estimate of the Quantityof Water discharged by a River
128
Description of an improved Blast Furnace for Smelting Iron Ore By Mr Thomas
129
Report of Fires in Paris from 1831 to 1836 By Mr William Baddeley
136
Report of the Committee on the London and Brighton Railway Bills
140
Description of a Hearse and Mourning Coach combined By Mr J R Croft 145 Description of an Hydraulic Weighing Machine By Mr J P Holebrook ...
151
Steam Navigation of the Atlantic Bennetts
155
Description of Mr Wivells Fire Escape By Mr Abrm Wivell
161
Fire Escape Regulations
164
On the Fire at St Katherines Docks and Spontaneous Combustion By Mr
169
Strength of Copper Boilers
174
Description of Bunnetts Revolving Iron Window Shutters c By Mr Wm Baddeley 177 Description of a new Orrery By Mr W Shires Teaeher of Math...
179
Claim of the Invention of the Hydraulic Weighing Machine By Mr Robert Wiss
185
Description of Tilleys Metallic Garden Engine By Mr William Baddeley
226
Notice of Mr Murphys pretended Weather Predictions
232
Scientific Knowledge of the Ancients
234
On the Protection of Steam Ships from Fire By Mr William Baddeley
247
Report of CommonsCommittee on the Thames
251
Dynamometric Check I5 The Island of Juan Fernandez
255
On Mr Cookings Parachute Ascent c
258
Notice of a Discovery of a Means of directing Balloons By Pneumodoiptoros 264 Description of the York Cemetery Carriage By Mr J P Pritchett Arc...
265
A and T Dixon Dying April 29 ib J Pearse Wheels July 19
288
Suggestion of Improvements in Punctuation By
292
Improvement in the Manufacture of Sugar ib The Great Western
304
Description of a Simple Oxyhydrogen Blowpipe By Sciolisterus
306
Note on the Autographs of William IV and Queen Victoria
312
Glass Road ib Steam Explosion at Hull
319
Description of Merryweathers Metallic Valves for Fire Engines By Mr Wm Baddeley
324
Silkworm Rearing Apparatus ib Steam Communication with India
336
Description of Hutchisons Wet and Dry Lime Gas Purifier and Account of early Experi
337
On the Theory of the Velocipede By A Constant Reader
349
On the Utility of the Payment of Rewards to Fire Engine Keepers By Mr W Baddeley 363 On the Invention of Submarine Navigation By J O H
364
Engravers Actd ib New Bee Hive
366
G Hayman Carriages May 6
375
Description of the Baron De Bodes Patent Capstan
377
On Coads Plan for consuming Smoke By Playfair
395
Note on Mr Pistruccis Claim of the Invention of a new Method of Medal Striking
401
New Surveying Instrument ib Arsenic in Bandies
408
Description of Improvements in the Mariners Compass By William Ettrick Esq
409
Hints for new ManufacturesLay FiguresSteel Violin BowsLocomotive Engine Chimneys and Spark Arresters By R J Iremonger Esq
415
A NewFtreproof Dress 192Filtering Machines and Infernal Machines
424
Account of the Paris and St Germain Railway
426
Description of Gowlands Artificial Horizon By Mr William Baddeley
433
T Freeman Iron rails rolling May 25 ib W Armstrong Ploughs August 28
456

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