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The Model Locomotive Engineer, Fireman, and Engine Boy ...
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Page 14 - We can do no other than pronounce this work a most valuable manual of astronomy, and we strongly recommend it to all who wish to acquire a general — but at the same time correct— acquaintance with this sublime science.
Page 8 - Practical Timber Merchant. THE PRACTICAL TIMBER MERCHANT. Being a Guide for the use of Building Contractors, Surveyors, Builders, &c., comprising useful Tables for all purposes connected with the Timber Trade, Marks of Wood, Essay on the Strength of Timber, Remarks on the Growth of Timber, &c. By W. RICHARDSON.
Page 249 - List of Contents ; — I. Historical Sketch of some of the means that have been adopted for the Supply of Water to Cities and Towns. — II. Water and the Foreign Matter usually associated with it. — III. Rainfall and Evaporation. — IV. Springs and the waterbearing formations of various districts.
Page 16 - The engineer or architect will here find ready to his hand rules for solving nearly every mathematical difficulty that may arise in his practice. The rules are in all cases explained by means of examples, in which every step of the process is clearly worked out.
Page 255 - It has met with great success in the engineering workshop, as we can testify ; and there are a great many men who, in a great measure, owe their rise in life to this little book."— Building News.
Page 19 - The Silversmith's Handbook : Containing full instructions for the Alloying and Working of Silver, including the different modes of Refining and Melting the Metal ; its Solders ; the Preparation of Imitation Alloys ; Methods of Manipulation ; Prevention of Waste ; Instructions for Improving and Finishing the Surface of the Work ; together with other Useful Information and Memoranda. By GEORGE E. GEE.
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