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Page 26 - Mechanical Drawing. A Textbook of Geometrical Drawing for the use of Mechanics and Schools, in which the Definitions and Rules of Geometry are familiarly explained; the Practical Problems are arranged from the most simple to the more complex, and in their description technicalities are avoided as much as possible. With illustrations for Drawing Plans, Sections, and Elevations of Railways and Machinery; an Introduction to Isometrical Drawing, and an Essay on Linear Perspective and Shadows.
Page 10 - QC A New, Revised, and considerably Enlarged Edition (the 6th), with very numerous Illustrations. 4s. 6d. cloth limp; 5s. 6d. cloth boards, gilt. 82. THE POWER OF WATER, as applied to drive Flour Mills, and to give motion to Turbines and other Hydrostatic Engines.
Page 42 - A Treatise on the Method of Government Surveying as prescribed by the US Congress and Commissioner of the General Land Office, with complete Mathematical, Astronomical and Practical Instructions for the use of the United States Surveyors in the field.
Page 19 - Construction of Steam- Engines and Mechanical Models, including the Art of Turning in Wood and Metal. By JOHN LUKIN, Author of "The Lathe and Its Uses,
Page 42 - CLEVENGER (SR). A Treatise on the Method of Government Surveying as prescribed by the US Congress and Commissioner of the General Land Office, with complete Mathematical, Astronomical and Practical Instructions for the use of the United States Surveyors in the field.
Page 3 - HANDY BOOK FOR THE CALCULATION OF STRAINS In Girders and Similar Structures and their Strength. Consisting of Formulae and Corresponding Diagrams, with numerous details for Practical Application, &c. By WILLIAM HUMBER, AM Inst CE, &c. Fifth Edition. Crown 8vo, with nearly 100 Woodcuts and 3 Plates, cloth . . . Y/Q " The formulae are neatly expressed, and the diagrams good.
Page 31 - THE GEOLOGY OF PENNSYLVANIA: A Government Survey ; with a General View of the Geology of the United States, Essays on the Coal- Formation and its Fossils, and a Description of the Coal-Fields of North America and Great Britain. By PROFESSOR HENRY DARWIN ROGERS, FRS, FGS , Professor of Natural History in the University of Glasgow.
Page 43 - Colorado, in the United States of America, Schedule of Ores contributed by sundry persons to the Paris Universal Exposition of 1867, with some Information about the Region and its Resources. By JP WHITNEY, of Boston, Commissioner from the Territory.
Page 43 - MONTANA AS IT IS. Being a general description of its Resources, both Mineral and Agricultural ; including a complete description of the face of the country, its climate, etc. Illustrated with a Map of the Territory, showing the different Roads and the location of the different Mining Districts.
Page 41 - WORKHOUSES. 41 cases are sufficiently well established ; and I consider it to be a well-established fact that the milk of a herd of cows in good condition always contains more than 11.5 per cent. of solids, and that single cows almost invariably (if not always) yield milk containing more than 11.5 per cent. of solids. In dealing with milk-supply on the large scale, we are little concerned with the possibility of single animals giving abnormal milk, and need only concern ourselves with milk of normal...