Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Metallurgists, Mine Proprietors, Engineers, Shipbuilders, Scientists, Capitalists ..., Volume 69
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Page 32 - Report of the Commission appointed to inquire into the best mode of Distributing the Sewage of Towns, and Applying it to Beneficial and Profitable Uses, presented to Parliament this year, pages 15 and 16.
Page 158 - ... by all things good, firm, valid, sufficient, and effectual in the law according to the true intent and meaning thereof, and shall be taken, construed, and adjudged in the most favourable and beneficial sense, for the best advantage of the said , his executors, administrators, and assigns...
Page 201 - Series), 271.] THIS was an action brought by the plaintiff against the defendants to recover damages in respect of a breach of contract to deliver 800...
Page 205 - Association for the Prevention of Steam- Boiler Explosions, and for effecting Economy in the Raising and Use of Steam...
Page 317 - The End of our Foundation is the knowledge of Causes and secret motions of things, and the enlarging of the bounds of Human Empire, to the effecting of all things possible.
Page 198 - The Queen desires to congratulate the President upon the successful completion of this great international work, in which the Queen has taken the deepest interest. ' ' The Queen is convinced that the President will join with her in fervently hoping that the Electric Cable which now connects Great Britain with the United States will prove an additional link between the...
Page 159 - Sir, — I am directed by Secretary Major-General Peel to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 9th instant, and to inform you, that he is not of opinion that a reference to arbitration of the points at issue between yourself and the Ordnance Select Committee would lead to any advantageous results, and that he is consequently unable to accede to your wishes in this respect "' I am, Sir, your obedient servant, " ' HABDIKGE. " ' Captain Blakely, "
Page 155 - Strada, in one of his Prolusions', gives an account of a chimerical correspondence between two friends by the help of a certain load-stone which had such virtue in it, that if it touched two several needles, when one of the needles so touched began to move, the other, though at never so great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the same manner.
Page 486 - This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the high degree of hardness of cast iron as compared with that of all other metals, and although we found alloys which possessed an extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys we shall give is that of copper and zinc.
Page 5 - It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the light and methods which belong to science to learn for ourselves and for others ; — so making a fruitful return to man in the future for that which we have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant who gathers merely, nor as the spider who spins from her own bowels, but rather as the bee who both gathers and produces....