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Page 40 - CONTENTS. — Resolution and Composition of Forces — Work done by Machines and Living Agents— The Mechanical Powers : The Lever ; Derricks as Bent Levers — The Wheel and Axle : Windlass ; Ship's Capstan ; Crab Winch— Tackles : the "Old Man"— The Inclined Plane; the Screw— The Centre of Gravity of a Ship and Cargo — Relative Strength of Rope : Steel Wire, Manilla, Hemp, Coir — Derricks and Shears — Calculation of the Cross-breaking Strain of Fir Spar — Centre of Effort of Sails...
Page 31 - TRAVERSE TABLES: Computed to Four Places of Decimals for every Minute of Angle up to 100 of Distance. For the Use of Surveyors and Engineers. BY RICHARD LLOYD GURDEN, Authorised Surveyor for the Governments of New South Wales and Victoria. ".* Published with the Concurrence of the Surveyors- General for New South Wales and Victoria. " Those who have experience in exact SURVEY-WORK will best know how to appreciate the enormous amount of labour represented by this valuable book.
Page 70 - Public Analyst for the County of Devon, and Medical Officer of Health for St. Marylebone. AND M. WYNTER BLYTH, BA, B.Sc., FCS GENERAL CONTENTS. — History of Adulteration. — Legislation. — Apparatus. —
Page 36 - is INVALUABLE. The NAVAL ARCHITECT will find brought togetner and ready to his hand, a mass of information which he would otherwise have to seek in an almost endless variety of publications, and some of which he would possibly not be able to obtain at all elsewhere."— Steamship.
Page 57 - Professor of Mining and Director of the Otago University School of Mines ; late Director Thames School of Mines, and Geological Surveyor and Mining Geologist to the Government or New Zealand GENERAL CONTENTS.
Page 71 - By C. AINSWORTH MITCHELL, BA, FIC, Mem. Council Soc. of Public Analysts. With numerous Illustrations and a coloured Plate.
Page 42 - The little book will be found EXCEEDINGLY HANDY by most officers and officials connected with shipping. . . . Mr. Walton's work will obtain LASTING SUCCESS, because of its unique fitness for those for whom it has been written." — Shipping World. " An EXCELLENT WORK, full of solid instruction and INVALUABLE to every officer of the Mercantile Marine who has his profession at heart."— Shipping.
Page 68 - THIRD EDITION, Revised, Enlarged, and Re-issued. Price 6s. net. A SHORT MANUAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. BY A. DUPRE, Ph.D.,- FRS, AND WILSON HAKE, Ph.D., FIO, FCS, Of the Westminster Hospital Medical School.
Page 80 - A MANUAL OF DYEING; fOR THE USE OF PRACTICAL DYERS, MANUFACTURERS, STUDENTS, AND ALL INTERESTED IN THE ART OF DYEING. BY E.
Page 80 - Properties, and Applications of the various substances described, and concise directions for their Commercial Valuation, and for the Detection of Adulterants. BY CHRISTOPHER RAWSON, FIC, FCS, Consulting Chemist to the Behar Indigo Planters' Association ; Co-Author of " A Manual of Dyeing ;