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  • Page 20 and 21: JSnnaran] 3ftiemkrs. William Alexan
  • Page 22 and 23: AUGUST, 1866. 1 Adams, W., Severn H
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  • Page 43 and 44: ON THE CAUSES OF CERTAIN STEAM-BOIL
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    14 tude of the faults, it has not a

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    15 begins, in Lancashire, to be div

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    17 immediately below that the Permi

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    PLAN OFARRANGEMENTOF PUMP RODS. P /

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    (f) J LlI l^ < O tt '^ li. ,5 >^ O

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    20 piston, there is an opportunity

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    '.J 1 c o s 1 c Q water of yards lo

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    24 There cannot be any doubt as to

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    26 Bi-idg-e winding--eng-ine, vvhic

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    28 Mr. Maddison could not say that

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    30 very wise and useful regulation

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    32 be set back, and the beam extend

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    34 from, at all events the Cornish

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    36 at the future discussion, some f

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    38 give it now, but he should think

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    40 ADJOURNED DISCUSSION ON MR. JOHN

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    41 cator, previously tested and fou

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    NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MININ

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    45 with all tlie arguments, or aili

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    47 boiler where the fire is, corrod

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    50 his young- companion endowed wit

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    52 that period, an uncultivated fie

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    54 prevailed, and properly prevaile

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    56 Vol. XI,—On the Upper and Lowe

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    58 North of England, the importance

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    fv^^^Mi/^si/f^jorx£. ifffis-e./ PI

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    COAL WASHING APPARATUS IN USE AT TH

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    DISCUSSION ON MR. G. GILROY'S PAPER

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    65 In reply to a question from Mr.

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    ON THE PROGRESS OF COAL MINING INDU

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    G9 mountain ranges likewise, and th

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    71 an equally light and durable art

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    73 slate or g-neiss are made to fac

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    NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MININ

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    77 The President, in taking- the ch

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    79 title of their society, the subj

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    ON TAIL ROPES. By G. C. GREENWELL,

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    OF UNDERGROUND ENGINE ROADS AT M.lM

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    84 empties is required to be sent t

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    TIME. 85 No. 1 STATION.— 2,1 5G Y

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    87 The consumption of coal used in

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    89 respective merits of tail-ropes

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    91 expense. In fact, a gentleman wh

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    93 chain drops into the fork and re

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    95 Mr. GiLROY— I should like to a

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    97 county. But those that have been

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    100 leng-th, communicated with the,

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    102 9.—Clanny-lamp, two and a-hal

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    104 especially when the water colum

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    OBSERVATIONS ON SAFETY-CAGES. WITH

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    O O O "J < ^ UJ S o ^

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    109 about forty seconds. On the fir

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    Ill drawing tliat tliere is no conn

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    113 spring was resting- until the c

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    115 Mr. Marley—Hence, of course,

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    117 Mr. Marley—Yes ; I knew of on

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    119 respect to that, of course, a g

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    i1 3 s

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    Q "^ < S ^O /S) n / / CO nXn/ SID E

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    122 applied in the engine—not wha

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    124 The Chairman—I do not believe

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    126 Mr. Bell—You would only have

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    128 a long box, and a runner of wat

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    DESCRIPTION OF PUMPING ENGINES IN U

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    133 DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF LYONS P

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    136 lift a thousand gallons per min

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    138 links that do not fit well. But

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    140 he saw his way quite clear to l

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    142 vacuums. No doubt that would be

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    144 , Mr. L. Wood said, that these

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    ON THE IMPROVED METHOD OF RAISING W

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    149 The mouth-piece at the bottom i

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    151 wear and tear is so small, that

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    153 For some time after it commence

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    155 The pit drained by j'our i)ump

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    158 The mean effective pressi^re of

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    159 or 17'69 per cent, of the power

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    tn-

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    NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE MINING E

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    ON A NEW METHOD OF INDICATING THE P

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    167 cylinder, in which is placed a

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    169 exerts a gentle pressure on the

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    171 i-s another fiction depending-

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    173 in meeting with any gentleman w

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    176 Dr. Bruce, in his work on the R

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    178 1281. The coal-trade had, at th

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    180 1368, May 10. Edward III, confi

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    182 1407. An ag-reement, bearing- t

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    184 1543. An Act of Henry VIII., of

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    186 In the latter part of the sixte

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    188 On these ways three to four ton

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    190 1648, Aug'ust 1. By an extraord

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    192 1661. The Hostmen of Newcastle

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    194 will breed a mutiny : for we ar

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    196 About this period, Sir William

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    198 1699. An order was made by the

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    200 liery, by which sixty-nine live

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    202 Winning's, our " Collier" state

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    204 letten, not exceeding' the term

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    206 with 200 men, cut away the ice

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    208 Mr. Wood, in a discussion at th

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    210 pillars till tliey got to the e

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    212 1775, November 2nd. Willington

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    214 Colliery, the}' were plain bars

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    216 })rice of wbicli was then lis.

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    218 " 6tli, That the penalty for ly

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    220 masters wishing- to bind them f

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    222 and unavoidable casualties in c

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    224 Literary and Philosophical Soci

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    226 1817, November. In this month w

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    228 to form the proper supply of at

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    230 Brought forward £1 1 Sf For Mu

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    232 1830. Coast vend this year, 3,2

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    234 1832, September. In the latter

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    236 humanity from the circulation o

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    238 report of great value. Among- t

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    240 1843, July 8. A meeting- of 20,

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    242 their work, and a newspaper, ca

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    244 with regard to the cause of, an

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    246 recent Act, Mr. Matthias Dunn b

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    248 1853. In consequence of the pro

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    250 Northern Coal District, and a c

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    252 as an annuity for the term of t

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    254 18C1. It was intended this year

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    256 fact that the Ecclesiastical Co

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    258 there will be found ample room

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    260 instances, in the Durham Union,

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    262 1864, April. A grand banquet wa

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    264 and fact. On the general questi

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    APPENDIX A. The seventeenth century

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    268 " It appearing' to this court t

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    270 that her said late husband "bec

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    1756 . . August 272 11 . . Chatersh

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    274 1817 . .. Nov. 3 .... Ouston Co

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    1841 1842 1843 1844 1845 1847 1848

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    278 Mr. Greenwell, in Lis compilati

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    280 Of which 44,443 were above the

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    NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MININ

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    . desirable, 285 It lias been thoug

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    287 material bored througb, I have

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    289 of his experiments shewed that

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    291 expense is certainly not in the

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    293 might say, more instructed, tha

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    295 working at slow speed, which Mr

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    297 Mr. ARMf«TRONG said, in tins c

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    i 299 years, costing less in repair

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    Doubledaj, Thos., On the Caiises of

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    i PLEASE i TN North of England Inst