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Captain Basil Hall, R.N. F.R.S.
Mr. Jabez Pelham, Hon. Secretary, to the Rother) J. Ham, Esq. Somerset
hithe Mechanics Institution Mr. John Hammersley, Silk-throwster, Ilminster Mr. T. H. Pasley, Chatham Dock Yard Mr. George E. Hamilton, Salop
Mr. George P. Payne, Great Nelson St. Liverpool George Harvey, Esq. F.R.S.
Mr. John Pattison, Elswick Colliery Rev. T. Hathaway, Sheerness
Mr. John Peck, Parson Drove, near Wisbeach Mr. Charles Hayter, Author of a Treatise on Mr. Exuperius Pickering, junior, Plaskynaston Perspective, &c.
Mr. W. Peniston, Goldthorp Mill Mr. Benjamin Hicks, Steam Engine manufactory, Mr. William Pickett, Ratchtre Bolton
Mr. Richard Price, Silversmith, Wivellscombe Lieutenant Higginson, R.N. Mr. J.G. Horsfall, Cortstock, near Bingley
Mr. J. Read, Newington Causeway Mr. William Hoyle, Mamps, near Oldham
Mr. Richter, Cornwall Place Mr. H. Hubert, jun. Rock Life Assurance Office
Mr. J. Ridley, Cresswell, near Morpeth Mr. G. Hughes, Painter and Plasterer, Manchester John James Rorie, Esq.
Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esq. Dublin J. H. Ibbotson, Esq. Chelsea
Mr. John Ruthven, Printer, Edinburgh
Mr. Henry Russel, Engineer, London
Mr. William Saunders, Shellingford, Oxon
Messrs. Schooling and Co. Machine-makers, While. Mr. William James, Optician, Bloomsbury
chapel Henry Constantine Jennings, Esq.
Mr. G. Scott, Mannger, Silk Manufactory, Leek Mr. J. Jibb, Watchmaker, Sleaford
Sir Joseph Senhouse. Hensingham House, WhiteMr. John Johnson, Secretary to the Benevolent In. haven stitution of Smiths, London
Mr. A. Shannon, Smith, Drury Lane Wm. Johns, M.D. F.L.S. Manchester
Mr. W. K. Sbenton, Silk Mills, Winchester Mr. H. Jones, Cheapside
Mr. William Shires, Mathematical Teacher, London Joseph Jopling, Esq. Architect
Lieut. Molyneaux, Shukdham, R. N. Mr. Frederick Joyce, Chemist, London
Mr. M. H. Shuttleworth, Tottenham Mr. T. Jordan, Ironmonger, Hammer sinith
Mr. T. T. Simpson, Cabinet-naker, Dloorfields Mr. James Jordan, Inventor of the Paninetron,
Mr. G. A. Smeaton, Engineer, London
Mr. M. Smith, Commercial Road
Mr. William Smith, Castle House Academy, Guilford Mr. W. W. Kempthorne, Neath
Mr. William Smithers, Birmingham
Mr. J. E. Sparrow, Ironmonger, Bishopsgate Mr. William Lake, Balbonrne, near Tring
Street Mr. James Lewis Union Street, Southwark
Mr. William Spencer, Ordnance Place, Chatham Mr. Lewthwaite, Vice-President of the Rotherhithe Mr. Francis Gybbon Spilsbury, Silk Manufacturer, Mechanics' Institution
Leck Mr. John Lindell, Schoolmaster, Armley
Mr. T. Squire, Epping Lieutenant George Lindsay, R.N.
Mr. George Stacey, Secretary to the London Lite. J. C. Loudon, Esq. Editor of the Gardeners' Magazine rary and Scientific Costitution
Henry Sully, M.D. Wiveliscombe
Mr. J. Sumpter, Teacher, Surrey Square
Mr. T. C, Taylor, Bawtry
Mr. David Thomas, Borongh Mr. M'Vey, Carpenter and Builder, Richmond
Mr. James Thompson, Carpenter, Penzance Mr. A. M'Kinnon, Globe Works, Sheffield
Mr. John Thompson, Islington . Captain George W. Manby, R.N.
Mr. James Tidmarsh, Glazier, Lambeth Mr. James Marsh, Woolwich
Mr. Jolin Thompson, Spalding, Lincolnshire Henry Marshall, Esq. Surgeon to the Forces
Mr. S. Toddington, R. N. Mr. Matthews, Beaumont House School, St. Mary.
Mr. William Tonkin, Mine Agent, Fowcy le-bone
Mr. W. H. Turner, New Road, St. George's
Mr. Dixon Vallance, Mechanic, Libberton, LanarkMr. S. Mendham, Musical Instrument-maker, Lon shire don
H. M. Varasour, Esa. Melbourne Hall J. H. Moggridge, Esq. of Woodfeld, President of Mr. Joshua Varley, Slaithwaite the Swansea Mechanics Institution
Mr. E. Vialis, Rothwell Mr. M. Monnom, Watchmaker, Brondway, Worces. ter
Mr. Samuel Walker, Builder, Kottingbain Mr. James Moon, Civil Engineer, Dorer
Mr. William Walker, Secretary to the Crayford Mr. Edward Morris, Millwright, Rotherhithe
• Mechanics' Institution Mr. Phineas Moas, Secretary to the Bath Mecha. | Mr. T. W. Wansbrough, Watchmaker, Fullam nics' Institution
H. B. Way, Esq. Bath Mr. M, P. Moyley, Helston
Mr. W. Webb, St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell Mr. Josias Murray, Upholsterer, Dublin
Mr. S. Weckes, Basket-maker, Bristol
Mr. John Webb, White Cottage, City Road ,
Mr. John Welsh, Newton, near Alnwick
Mr. James White, Civil Engineer, Manchester Mr. Samuel Nock, Gunsmith, London
Mr. J. A. Whitfield, Beailington Iron Works
Mr. William E. Wightman, Gunsmith, Molton Mr. Henry Ogle, Schoolmaster, Rennington
Benjamin Wills, Esq. Secretary to the Society for Mr. Thomas Oxley, Mathematical Tutor, Liverpool bettering the Condition of the Poor Mr. Jolin Orchard, Manchester
Mr. Charles Williamson, Turner, Lambeth Mr. O. D. Owen, Land Surveyor, Shrewsbury
J. W. Woolgar, Esq. President of the Lewes Mecha
nics Institution Mr. Samuel Pannenter, Lambeth
| Mr. William Wynn, Clockmaker, London Mr. C. F. Partington, Lecturer at the Royal, London, and Russel Institutions
Mr. James Yule, Millwright, Clerkenwell
Papers by whom have been Extracted into the Mechanics' Magazine, from
other Publications. Sir Humphrey Davy, President of the Royal So Professor Millington, Royal Institution ciety
Professor Hare, Philadelphia Davies Gilbert, Esq. F.R.S.
Professor Howard, Maryland Captain Henry Kater, F.R.S.
Professor Wallace, Andersonian Institution Gm M. J. Brunel, Esq. C.E.F.R.S.
gow Sir William Congreve, Bart. F.R.S.
James Hunter, Esq. F.R.S.E. J. M'Culloch, M.D.F.RS
William Edgeworth, Esq. C.E. M.RIA. Michael Farraday, Esq. F.R.S.
Doctor Arnott Francis Baily, Esq. F.R.S.
C. R. Goring, M.D. J. G. Children, Esq. F.R.S.
Colonel George Wright, Royal Engineers Henry Home Blackadder, Esq. F.R.S.
Mr. Thomas Tredgold, Civil Engineer Dr. Brewster, Secretary to the Royal Society, Edin - John Major, Dock Yard, Chatham burgh
- Bakewell Professor Farish, Cambridge
- Robert Stuart, Civil Engineer Professor Leslie, Edinburgh
1 Johu Murray, Esq. F.LS.
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or INVENTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS,
Described in the Mechanics' Magazine.
PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS OP UPWARDS OF SEVEN HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS,
By which the Mechanics' Magazine is Illustrated.
Diving Bell in Use at Sheerness
parative Strength of Animals
planter, &c. &c.
Blakey's Steam Engine
Boat with Wings, &c. &e.
greve, Bart, and others Carey's Iron Knee for Ships Jordan's Panmetron Beighton's Steam Engine Watts's Single Reciprocating Engines Brown's Pneumatic Engino Watts's Parallel Motion Wattss Francis) Jib and Counters oise Cranes The Ship Columbus Jukes' Extracting Pump Lord Worcester's Steam Engine Manby's Fire Extinction Apparatus Yett's Apparatus for Securing Ships' Windlasses
Coining Apparatus used at the Royal Mint
on the Ice
Cheverton's Gas Power Engine
PRACTICAL RULES AND TABLES, Contributed to the Mechanics' Magazine, chiefly by Practical Men. Tables of the comparative Weight and Strength Table of the Properties of Numbers of Metals, Woods, Cloths, &c.
Rules for the conversion of the old Standard Mea Rules for determining the Strength of Animals
sures into the New Imperial Rules for producing Circles, Parallelograms, Ovals, Complete Instructions for the Use of the Sliding Pentagons, Angles, &c.
Rule, and Forms for adapting it to the new Rules for computing the Dimensions of Ship Weights and Measures Tanks
Table of the comparative Strength of Sagar and Rules for Measuring Timber, and caloulating its Malt Price
General Table of Factors Rules for calculating the Powers of Wheels
Rules for Dividing Quadrants Rules for calculating the Strength of Beams
Table of Factors for Mining Purposes Rules for making the most of a Fall of Water
Table of Cubic Equations Rules for calculating the Powers of Steam
Perpetual Table of Daily Equation Tables of Candle Light Time
Travellers' and Mail Cuards' Corrector, shewing Tables of the Muminating Powers of Candles
tbe Difference in Time between London and Table of tbe Rates of Prize Chronometers
One Hundred principal Towns in Great Britaia Rules for calculating Interest
Comparative Table of English and French MeaRules for calculating the Length of Pendulums
sures Rules for determining the Strength of Ropes
Gouging Table on Dr. Yonng's Principle
Table of the Strength of Cast iron Bars
Scale for Constructing Cog-wheels
Rules for the Composition and Resolation of Table for the Constraction of Sun-dials
Forces Table of the Elasticity of Steam
&c. &c. &c.
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