The Mechanics'Magazine,Museum,Register,Journal and Gazette,April 7th-September 29th,1838.VOL.XXIX

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Description of Mr Soren Hjorths Rotary Steamengine
American Steamboat Races 191 Report of the Inquest on the Explosion of
Description of an improved mode of Mine Ventilation By The Black Diamond
On Speed on Railways and Tooth and Pinion Gearing By Mr Baddeley
A W Johnson Steamboilers June 30 ib M W Johnson Coffins August 15
Analysis of Milksupply of pure Milk 218 Hancocks Steam Carriage Experiments
On the expansive use of Steam in Marine Engines By Mr W G A Engineer
On Rockets as applied to Locomotion By Mr Baddeley 396 Col Maceroni 436
Birmingham Railway and Pyramid of Egypt 220 American Act for Regulation of Steam Vessels
Experiments with Ericssons Patent Propeller 285 Selections from the Proceedings of the British
On the causes of Explosions of Steamboilers and generation of Explosive Gases
Description of a Practical mode of Squaring the Circle By Capt Cartlandt Taylor
Description of Miners Ascending and Descending Apparatus By Mr W Jones
Observations on the Law of Patents the extent of an Inventors Claim of Monopoly
J S Enys 298 Symingtons Plans for Preventing Steam
On some Mining Explorings near Hay Brecon By Mr Enort Smith
Reports of Messrs Brande and Cooper on the Report of the Committee of the Franklin Insti
Bells Improvements inheating and Evaporating 317 Table of Railway Gradients
J Bennett Wool Carding c July 12 ib August 31
Atlantic Steam Navigation 13 120 Halls Condensers not new 77 100

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