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" ... without the usual corresponding increase of weight. Mr. George Mills, from his experience as a ship-builder, at Glasgow, was enabled to confirm all that Mr. Seaward had advanced. On the Clyde, the employment of an excess of power in steam vessels... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 69
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1848
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 4

Architecture - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...river. He believed that on the Thames no vessels had so much as one horse power for each register ton, whereas on the Clyde, there were steamers of seventy...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 34

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...river. He believed that on the Thames no vessels had so much as one horse power for each register ton, whereas on the Clyde, there were steamers of seventy...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest exent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...vessels with nearly double the power, in proportion to the size, as compared with any vessel on the former river. He believed that on the Thames no vessels...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Volume 18

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - Industrial arts - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest exent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...vessels with nearly double the power, in proportion to the size, as compared with any vessel on the former river. He believed that on the Thames no vessels...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...vessels with nearly double the power, in proportion to the size, as compared with any vessel on the former river. He believed that on the Thames no vessel...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 34

Industrial arts - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...but less than on the Clyde ; for on the latter river thflre were vessels with nearly double the power, in proportion to size, as compared with any vessel...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 14

Railroad engineering - 1842
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages either for speed, or in a...vessels with nearly double the power, in proportion to the size, as compared with any vessel on the former river. He believed that on the Thames no vessel...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 34

1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...size, as compared with any vessel on the former river. ON THE APPLICATION AND USB OF STEAM POWER, ETC. Ho believed that on the Thames no vessels had so much...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Electronic journals - 1841
...employment of an excess of power in steam vessels had been carried to the greatest extent, without producing corresponding advantages, either for speed, or in...vessels with nearly double the power, in proportion to the size, as compared with any vessel on the former river. He believed that on the Thames no vessel...
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