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Page 138 - FELKIN, HM— Technical Education in a Saxon Town. Published for the City and Guilds of London Institute for the Advancement of Technical Education.
Page 164 - ELEMENTARY APPLIED MECHANICS. Being the simpler and more practical Cases of Stress and Strain wrought out individually from first principles by means of Elementary Mathematics. By T. ALEXANDER, CE, Professor of Civil Engineering in the Imperial College of Engineering, Tokei, Japan. Crown 8vo.
Page 164 - ... simpler and more practical Cases of Stress and Strain wrought out individually from first principles by means of Elementary Mathematics. By T. ALEXANDER, CE, Professor of Civil Engineering in the Imperial College of Engineering, Tokei, Japan. Crown 8vo. Part I. 4^. 6d. Alexander — Thomson. — ELEMENTARY APPLIED MECHANICS. By THOMAS ALEXANDER, CE, Professor...
Page 164 - The Works of Thomas Gray. In Prose and Verse. Edited by EDMUND GOSSE, Clark Lecturer of English Literature at the University of Cambridge.
Page 63 - October, 1 884, for the purpose of discussing and, if possible, fixing upon a meridian proper to be employed as a common zero of longitude and standard of time-reckoning throughout the whole world...
Page 64 - Scott, that at some barometrical stations the atmospheric wave caused by the eruption was still to be traced until about 122 hours after its origin, and that it must have travelled more than three times round the entire circuit of the earth, shows how vast must have been the initial disturbance causing the wave. The possibility of the remarkable atmospheric appearances which so constantly accompanied the rising and setting of the sun for some months subsequent to the eruption being due to volcanic...
Page 164 - STRESS ; upwards of 150 Diagrams, and 200 Examples carefully worked out ; new and complete method for finding, at every point of a beam, the amount of the greatest bending moment and shearing force during the transit of any set of loads fixed relatively to one another — eg, the wheels of a locomotive ; continuous beams:, &c., &c.
Page 87 - Council of the Sanitary Assurance Association in addition to those arranged by the Council of the Museum. The accounts showed that there was urgent need for increased subscriptions if the Museum was to be continued, for the small invested capital had had to be made use of this year to meet the current expenses. The report was adopted on the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. Rogers Field. Mr. Mark H. Judge, then proposed " That the report be printed for circulation, with a detailed statement...