Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 21

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Knight & Lacey, 1834 - Technology
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Contents

Death of
48
Description of a Distance Register for Carriages By Mr James Hunt
50
On the Comparative Intensity of different Lights By N
57
Description of an Airpump without Valves By T H Rowan
67
Meteorological Stone
72
On Heatons Steam Carriage By Mr Wm Baddeley
79
Chloride of Lime how it should be used
80
Description of a Screwwedge Fid By Mr E W Baker
89
Lecture on Ancient and Modern Legislation By J P Wedd
92
Blackfriars Bridge Repairs
96
On the Disadvantages of Purchasing Coals by Measure By
101
Observations on p s Magnetoelectric Ring By Mentor
105
Arcana of Science for 1834
108
Chinese Magazine
111
Description of a Magnetoelectric Ring
114
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118
Application of the Double Axle to the Uprooting of Trees By Mr Christ Routtem
124
The Drummond Light
128
On Heatons and Bartons Metallic Pistons By Mr Wm Baddeley
134
On the Phenomena of Flame By J O N Rutter
140
EXTRACTS
145
Report of the Tenth Anniversary of the London Mechanics Institution
152
A Hint for the Protection of the Public against careless Cab and Hackneycoach
159
On the Force exerted in Archery By J L
172
Description of the Mode of preparing Russia Leather By J
173
New Guncarriage
176
Observations on the Railway System By Thomas Gray Esq C
182
American Mode of Working Steam Engraving and Multiplying Dies
187
Government Steamers
191
The Magnetoelectric Ringaddenda et corrigenda By p M
194
Description of a Vacuummaker By J Udney M D
200
Ballingalls Shipbuilding System
208
Description of Childs Improved Rose Work and Universal Rosette By R of Halifax
210
Proofs that Wages on the Continent are not Russels Steamcarriage
270
Further Observations on Magnetoelectric Rings By o
274
On the peculiar Applicability of Isometrical Perspective to Building Plans By Joseph
280
Description of a Lapidarys Universal Lathe By Mr William Reed of Peterhoff
290
Description of a New Portable Blowpipe
296
lower than in England
305
Points of Architectural Sublimity in London By Thomas Steele
311
Description of an Improved Wheelcutting Machine By R of Halifax
322
On the Interception of Flame by Meshed Fabrics
328
A few Words in Favour of Mathematical Science in Answer to Mr Cheverton
331
On the Construction of a Zodiacal Map By J W Woollgar Esq F R A S
339
Abstract Theorem of Submarine Operations By Thomas Steele
345
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347
Description of an Improved Twin Steamboat By Mr W Aldersey
354
On the Evils of the Prohibition of the Exportation of Machinery
365
On the Claims of Mathematical Science in Answer to Mr Frend By Benjamin Che
373
Rogers Coinbcutting Machine
375
On the Phenomena of Flame and Mr Murrays Claims By J O N Rutter Esq
379
Recent American Patents 110 264 285 Canals in New York
382
On the Departure of the London Mechanics Institution from its original Object
386
Number of Persons employed in Cotton Mr Spring Rice on the Influence
388
Description of an Improvement in Chimney Flues By W D
396
Caitbness Flags for Paving
399
Another Explanation of the alleged Discrepancy in the Northampton Life Tables
404
Notice of Howards Quicksilverengine By V
410
The Steamengine the Cottonspinners Calicoprinting
412
Scheme for Ra the Royal George
416
Description of Aitchisons Patent Sugarboiling Apparatus
418
On the Claims of Mathematical Science and Exleys New Theory of Physics
425
Gervais Fermenting Apparatus
429
Description of an ancient Fishermans Lamp similar to those of o M and H P
439
Character Objects and Effects of Trades Unions
447

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