The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volumen24

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M. Salmon, 1836

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Taste in Humble Life
32
Description of Dr Williamss Selfinflating LifeBuoy C
41
Eplienieris of Halleys Comet
42
On the Working of the Patent Law Amendment Act
47
Descriprion of Averys Rotaryengine
50
Mechanical Analysis of the Buckingham Ploughing Match By Mr William Andrews
54
Opinions of Sir Frederick Pollock and John Steer Esq on the Letters Patent
61
Description of Conderis Diringapparatus
66
Corrections of some Errors in Dr Lardners Evidence before the House of Lords on
67
Description of a Water Gasvalve By Mr Peter Horsman Secretary Shrewsbury
73
Reply to Mr Beale on the alleged Infringement of Hickss Patent for Gascooking
80
Report of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic
83
Notice of Mr R N Foxs Chart of the Inclination of the Dipping Needle
86
Description of Youngs increased purchase for Ships Windlasses By Mr T Sowerby
92
Method of Preserving Marble by Waxing
94
On Railway Platforms and Description of a New Slate Platform By Joseph Jopling
98
On Rotary Steamengines and Averys in particular
104
Description of Joness Magic Lanteru
113
Description of an Effectual Cure for Smoky Chimney By Mr L Mundy
121
Premiums offered by the Royal Cornwall Poiy
196
Observations on the Trial of Austens Steam
207
Alloys Solders and Amalgams used in
216
On the Originality of the Design of the Greenwich Railway By P S H
221
Description of Parkins Patent Railway
234
Röport of the Select Crimmittre of the House
245
Description and Remarks upon Mr Galloways Patent Paddlewheel 24
251
Calculating Machines
255

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