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Page 53 - Professor of Geology In the Royal College of Science for Ireland, and Examiner in the University of London.
Page 54 - LYON, MA, Professor of Engineering in the Royal College of Science for Ireland; sometime Superintendent of the Engineering Department in the University of Cambridge; and J. TAYLOR, ARCSI *#* Other Volumes, dealing with subjects of PRIMARY IMPORTANCE in the EXAMINATION and" UTILISATION of Lands which have not as yet been fully developed, are in preparation. ' LONDON : CHARLES GRIFFIN & CO., LIMITED, EXETER STREET, STRAND. GRIFFIN'S "NEW LAND
Page 32 - BY THE SAME AUTHOR. KITCHEN BOILER EXPLOSIONS: Why they Occur, and How to Prevent their Occurrence. A Practical Handbook based on Actual Experiment. With Diagram and Coloured Plate.
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Page 63 - Sir W. ROBERTS-AUSTEN, KCB, DCL, FRS, ARSM, Late Chemist and Assayer of the Royal Mint, and Professor of Metallurgy in the Royal College of Science. Revised throughout by FW HARBORD, ARSM, FIC GENERAL CONTENTS. — The Relation of Metallurgy to Chemistry. — Physical Properties of Metals.
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Page 41 - MARINE METEOROLOGY, FOR OFFICERS OF THE MERCHANT NAVY. BY WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, Joint Author of "Navigation, Theoretical and Practical." With numerous Plates, Maps, Diagrams, and Illustrations, and a facsimile Reproduction of a Page from an actual Meteorological Log-Book.
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Page 87 - The arguments for and against " sintering " and " slagging " respectively have been already stated in this chapter, and need not be repeated here. Suffice it to say that the...