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Page 20 - Or Practical Instructions for the Determination of the Intrinsic or Commercial Value of Substances used in Manufactures, in Trades, and in the Arts. By A. NORMANDY. New Edition, Enlarged, and to a great extent rewritten. By HENRY M. NOAD, Ph.D., FRS, thick I2mo. ......... $S-°° NORRIS.—A Handbook for Locomotive Engineers and Machinists
Page 13 - GEE.—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, Jeweller. Illustrated.
Page 19 - MICHELL.—Mine Drainage: Being a Complete and Practical Treatise on Direct-Acting Underground Steam Pumping Machinery. With a Description of a large number of the best known Engines, their General Utility and the Special Sphere of their Action, the Mode of their Application, and their Merits compared with other Pumping Machinery. By STEPHEN MICHELL. Illustrated by 137 engravings. 8vo., 277 pages
Page 19 - for the Discharge from Tidal and Flood Sluices and Siphons; general information on Rainfall, Catchment-Basins, Drainage, Sewerage, Water Supply for Towns and Mill Power. By JOHN NEVILLE, CEMR IA; Fellow of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland. Thick I2mo
Page 16 - KINGZETT.—The History, Products, and Processes of the Alkali Trade : Including the most Recent Improvements. By CHARLES THOMAS KINGZETT, Consulting Chemist. With 23 illustrations. 8vo. $2.50 KINSLEY.—Self-Instructor on Lumber Surveying: For the Use of Lumber Manufacturers, Surveyors, and Teachers. By CHARLES KINSLEY, Practical Surveyor and Teacher of Surveying. I2IT10.
Page 345 - We beseech you, brethren, that ye study to be quiet, and to do your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we commanded you.
Page 18 - #'•75 Practical Carpentry. Containing Directions for the Use of all kinds of Tools, and for Construction of Steam-Engines and Mechanical Models, including the Art of Turning in Wood and Metal. By JOHN LUKIN, Author of "The Lathe and Its Uses,
Page 8 - and ample details of cost and working expenses. By D. KINNEAR CLARK. Illustrated by over 200 wood engravings, and thirteen folding plates. 2 vols. 8vo. . $12.50 COLBURN.—The Locomotive Engine : Including a Description of its Structure, Rules for Estimating its Capabilities, and Practical Observations on its Construction and Management. By
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Page 23 - REGNAULT.—Elements of Chemistry. By MV REGNAULT. Translated from the French by T. FORREST BETTON, MD, and edited, with Notes, by JAMES C. BOOTH, Melter and Refiner US Mint, and WILLIAM L. FABER. Metallurgist and Mining Engineer. Illustrated by nearly 700 wood engravings. Comprising nearly 1,500 pages. In two volumes, 8vo., cloth