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Page 150 - Levelling. A TREATISE ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF LEVELLING. Showing its Application to purposes of Railway and Civil Engineering, in the Construction of Roads; with Mr. TELFORD'S Rules for the same. By FREDERICK W. SIMMS, FGS, M. Inst. CE...
Page 17 - Physical Geology," which sets forth the Leading Principles of the Science ; and "Historical Geology, '' which treats of the Mineral and Organic Conditions of the Earth at each successive epoch, especial reference being made to the British Series of Rocks. By RALPH TATE.
Page 3 - Villa Architecture. A HANDY BOOK of VILLA ARCHITECTURE ; being a Series of Designs for Villa Residences in various Styles. With Detailed Specifications and Estimates. By C. WICKES, Architect, Author of " The Spires and Towers of the Mediaeval Churches of England,
Page 24 - ARCHITECTURE— STYLES— The History and Description of the Styles of Architecture of Various Countries, from the Earliest to the Present Period. By T. TALBOT BURY, FRIBA, &c.
Page 19 - A treatise which will remain a standard work on the subject as long as British agriculture endures.
Page 151 - Professor Goodeve has given us a treatise on the steam engine which will bear comparison with anything written by Huxley or Maxwell, and we can award it no higher praise." — Engineer. " Mr. Goodeve's text-book is a work of which every young engineer should possess himself.
Page 152 - With Illustrations, and Portrait of George Stephenson. Crown 8vo. 4s. 6d. cloth. " From the technical knowledge of the author it will appeal to the railway man of to-day more forcibly than anything written by Dr. Smiles.
Page 12 - Field Fortification. A TREATISE on FIELD FORTIFICATION, the ATTACK of FORTRESSES, MILITARY MINING, and RECONNOITRING. By Colonel IS MACAULAY, late Professor of Fortification in the RMA, Woolwich. Sixth Edition, crown 8vo, cloth, with separate Atlas of 12 Plates, 12s.
Page 153 - Each table is printed on a small card, which, being placed on the theodolite, leaves the hands free to manipulate the instrument — no small advantage as regards the rapidity of work.