The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 39

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Robertson, 1843
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Page 94 - OWEN. - LECTURES ON THE COMPARATIVE ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY of the INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS, delivered at the Royal College of Surgeons in 1843. By RICHARD OWEN, FRS Hunterian Professor to the College. From Notes taken by William White Cooper, MRCS and revised by Professor Owen. With Glossary and Index.
Page 206 - The next issue was, that the plaintiff was not the true and first inventor of the improvements which he claimed.
Page 166 - Design not previously published within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland or elsewhere shall have the sole Right to apply such Design to any Article, or make or sell any Article according to such Design, for the Term of Three Years, to be computed from the Time of such Design being registered according to this Act...
Page 312 - FUEL, its Combustion and Economy ; consisting of an Abridgment of A Treatise on the Combustion of Coal and the Prevention of Smoke." By CW WILLIAMS, AICE With extensive additions on Recent Practice in the Combustion and Economy of Fuel— Coal, Coke, Wood, Peat, Petroleum, &c.
Page 246 - ... which he considers should never be exceeded. The experiments which were made, led to a modification of the ordinary mode of ventilating by ascension, and finding that there was sufficient draught in the main part of the metal chimney to allow of a descending current over the lamp, the tube, instead of going directly upwards, was made to turn short over the edge of the glass, to descend to the arm or bracket, to pass along it, and then ascend at the central part of the chandelier, or against the...
Page 291 - ... a spiral worm, blade, or screw coiled round a shaft or cylinder of any convenient length and diameter, in such form that the angle of inclination which the worm makes with the axis of the cylinder continually decreases, and the pitch or distance between the coils or revolutions of the spiral continually increases throughout the whole length of the shaft or cylinder upon which the spiral is formed...
Page 253 - PRACTICAL GEODESY, Comprising Chain Surveying, the Use of Surveying Instruments, together with Levelling, and Trigonometrical, Mining, and Maritime Surveying. Adapted to the use of...
Page 253 - Act; and the balance, if any, shall be carried to the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom, and be paid accordingly into the receipt of Her Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster ; and the Commissioners of the Treasury may regulate the manner in which such fees are to be received, and in which they are to...
Page 167 - ... registrar, assistant registrar, officers, and servants shall hold their offices during the pleasure of the Lords of the said Committee ; and such registrar shall have a seal of office ; and the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury may from time to time fix the salary or other remuneration of such registrar, assistant registrar, and other officers and servants; and all the provisions contained in the said first-mentioned Act, and not hereby repealed, relating to the registrar, deputy registrar,...
Page 166 - V. And be it enacted, That all such articles of manufacture as are commonly known by the name of floor cloths or oil cloths shall henceforth be considered as included in class six in the said first-mentioned Act in that behalf mentioned, and be registered accordingly.

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