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RUSTON, PROCTOR, AND CO.,

LINCOLN; AND RENNET WPIAHF, 67 UPPER THAMES STREET, LONDON;

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS AND MILLWRIGHTS.

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Thr RECORD BUOY i* intended tj trc kopt in feme place available for instant use, and to he thrown OTcrbonn! from n sinMu? ship, or a Vosclon Fire, so ns tff intimate disaster, having a paprr inserted therein, already filled up vitli the Ship's Name, Port of Krj-i^try, Official Number, Arc., awl a few last words hastily written, intimatiiip tlic nature of the calamity, with any further information that can be (riven at J*uch a time. It has capacity and buoyancy to contain besides these, tlic Log Book, and pevenil noiinds* weight of Papers or Valuables. It bi lined with Cork between the Cylinder and outside case, so that, although waterlogged, it will not t-ink, but keep alloat for u lung time, probably fur years. ,

In order to Distinguish It From Any Other Floating Substance, no that the Captain of a passing Ship may recognize it as an intimation of disaster, and consider it a cacrcd and imperative iluty to pick it up and convey the information it contains according to the directing* found withiji. it Has Uai«>:» coNsvrrrbusi.Y Itojt Its Bvhfac* A^ulvmoj: Wlobe, which, owing to the reflection of the light, will mukc it viable at a in*»t clistiuicc, and when dancing <>n the wave it shines, in fact, like a star in the firmament, and being distini,'iiisiiablc from anything else, it* character cannot be mistaken.

It is furnished with ample directions to the finder how to act, and has Envelopes already directed to the. proper authorities, who. on receipt thereof fand they ehould be transmitted by the first available mean.*), will, after verifying them to prevent imposition, immediate!y convey the information to the owners of the lo»t Ship, to Lloyd's, and all partite concerned; and if a foreign ship, to the consul of the nation to which she belongs.

In order to establish uniformity, and to prevent the uncertainty and confusion which a multiplicity of Buoys of various forms roijrht occasion, when their utility become* apparent! and to make Khi-kcial Rkcoonition or Thkse rwDnuuTKD, MH. JOHN GUESHAM, J. P. ami Alderman of Hull, has Patented his Invention, and has arranged with the old-eblabli»hf d Firm of

GEORGE AND JOSEPH OLIVER,
286 MAPPING, LONDON, E.,

O SL\.>fUr ACTURE AND SUPPLY THEM, ANT) TO WHOM AiL COMMUNICATIONS SHOULD

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purclmscd for Steam Ploughing can also be nseU for nny other operation the Farmer niiiy wiiili. Tlii'j are all raado to move theuisclves by Stenm from rielil to field, or place to place, ri'i|tiiring but one. or two horses in the shafts to steer them. The Ploughs ure so constructed :ia t<i bo adjusted to any width of Furrow, and they can also be nsod as a Subsoilor, Trenching Plough, nnd Scarifier.

For further particulars, Illustrated Catalogues, and Prices, apply to

JOHN FOWLER, JUN., 28 CORNIIILL, LONDON, E.G.

CHADBURN EROTHBB81 PATENT METALLIC STEAM GAUGES.

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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS. Lfadem: 'A015

The National Defence Commission W5

Rifled Ordnance 145

The New Works Department of the Admiralty 146

The New Bronze Coinage U"

The Westminster Clock 147

The Great Victoria Bridgeover the St. Lawrence 147

The Enfield Rifle, Pattern 1853 149

"The Navies of the World." 150

The Atlantic Cable 151

Improvement* in Mill Bands 152

Middleton's Punching and Shearing Machines 152

Tanker's Patent Improvements in Ploughs 153

8ir Howard -Douglas's Improvements on the Screw

Propeller 153

Will the Great Eastern Roll! 154

Lunglev's Steering-Signal Apparatus 154

A BmallSteel Steamer 154

Wreck of the Alma 155

Law Case 155

Our Weekly Gossip 155

Abridged Specifications of Patents 156

Provisional Protections/. 150

Patent Applied for with Complete Specification 160

Notices of Intention to Proceed with Patents 160

Patents on which the Third Year's Stamp Duty has

been paid 160

List of Miscellaneous Tenders Invited and Engagements open; 160

Prices Current of Metals 160

ATER GLASS, or SOLUBLE SILI

AN ENGINEER, of First-rat© References, wants an Engagement as Manager of a Manufacturing Establishment.

Apply, "E. C,M Mechanics1 Maoasine, 166 Fleetstreet. (331)

TO RAILWAY COMPANIES, ENGINEERS, MILLOWNERS, &c, ftc.

THE PATENT PLUMBAGO CRUCIBLE COMPANY draw the attention of aU>Owners of Machinery to their fine POWDERED PURE FLOUR PLUMBAGO, which they can confidently recommend for Anti-friction purposes, being an impalpable powder, and warranted perfectly free from grit and any impurity.

For ordinary polishing purposes it will be found superior to any Black Leads offered.

Price £27 10s. per ton, £1 10s. per cwt.: samples of 28 lbs. forwarded on receipt of 8s. Packages free.

Address— THE PATENT PLUMBAGO CRUCIBLE COMPANY, Battersea Works, London, S. W. (334)

TO SHIPBUILDERS, SHIPOWNERS, CAPTAINS, 4c.

THE ANCHOR COMMITTEE AFFIRM "TROTMAN'S PATENT ANCHOR" to bo superior to all others, possessing Thirty-Five Per Cent, more Holding Power than, either Porter's or Roger's, and equivalent in all respects to ordinary Anchors of 28 per cent, greater weight.

"This appeared to the Committee of Yaet importance to the Shipping Interests, &c-"

(Vide their Official Report, 1853, " On the relative merits of different descriptions of Anchors," sanctioned and approved by the Admiralty.)

THE ANCHOR COMMITTEE Nominated by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty "to investigate and determine the relative merits of Anchors," in compliance with a requisition from the principal Shipowners, Underwriters, &c, of the United Kingdom. .

Hear-Admiral the Hon. Sir M. Stopford, K.C.B., Chairman.

Capt. Superintendent Charles Hope, R.N., Her Majesty's Dockyard, Sheerness.

Captain George Rodney Munday, R.N., Her Majesty's Ship " Nile."

Jonathan Aylen, Esq., R.N., Master Attendant, Her Majesty's Dockyard, Sheerness.

James Tonkin, Esq., Master, R.N., Her Majesty's Ship "Waterloo," 120 guns.

William Schaw Lindsay, Esq., M.P., &c, Ac.

Duncan Dunbar, Esq., Chairman of General Shipowners' Society; Do. Mercantile Marine Board, London. Member of the Committee of " Lloyd's Register " of Shipping, &c.

Anthony Ridley, Esq., Vice-Chairman of Mercantile Marine Board; Member of the Committee of "Lloyd's Register " of Shipping, &c.

William Drew, Esq., Member o the Mercantile Marine Board; Member of the Committee of "Lloyd's Register" of Snipping, &c.

William Phillips. Esq., Member of the Committee of "Lloyd's Register" of Shipping; General Shipowners' Society, &c.

George Marshall, Esq.,. Member of. the Committee of "Lloyd's Register" of Shipping; General Shipowners' Society, &c.

THE INTERNATIONAL JURY AT PARIS Also awarded this Invention the First Class Medal, 1855.

Licensed Makers of Trotman's Improved Anchors:— Messrs. Hawks, Crawshay, and Sons, Newcastle-on-Tyne, . ,, John Abbott and; Co., Park Works, Gateshead, Durham,

„ J. and E. Lumsden, Strand Iron Works, Sunderland,

,, N. Hinglcy and Sons, Cradlcy and Netherton Iron Works, , .

,, Proctor and Taylor, Milhank Forge, Hartlepool,

„ Henry Wood and Co%, Goree Piazzas, Liverpool,

„ Wood Brothers, Chester, Wolverhampton, and Stourbridge,

,, It. Wight and Sons, Iron Works, Sunderland and Seaham,

„ Pow and Fawcus, 49 Lr. Shadwell, London, and North Shields,

„ John Gilbert, Cradley Heath, Staffordshire.

Depots,

GEORGE WOOD & CO., 14 Fore-st.. Llmehouae, London,

and at 4 Goree Piazza, Liverpool.

JOHN TROTMAN, PATENTEE, 43 C0B1THIX1, LONDON.

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HART 4 SON; MALLBABLE IKONFOUNDERS, i Vine-street, York-road, Lambeth. Orders for Malleable Iron Canting* executed within a week. i (77)

TO ENGINEERS, IRON - SHIP AND BltllXlR BUILDERS, MARINE, LOCOMOTIVE, AND OTHER BOILER MAKERS, GAS AND RAILWAY COMPANIES, &c.

WARNE'S NEW PATENT FERRTTGINOUS CEMENT PACKING, applicable tt> Steam, Air, Water, and Gas Joints of all description.. Water Tanks, and Repairs of Marine, Locomotive, ansi other Boilers, indestructible by Fire, Steam, Water, or Gas. Of instant and ready application, it involves great economy of time and labour in making Joint-, in place of;the ordinary Iron Cement. For Permanent Joints, it can be made to set as hard as iron, and will expand and contract in thn same ratio as the metal itself; while for other Joint, it can be made sufficiently elastic to answer the purposes of India-rubber or other Packing.—Further Particulars and Prices to be had of W. Warkk and Co., Sole Manufacturers, No. 9 Grcsham-street West, B.C., and Mills. Tottenham, N. (336)

ATLANTIC CABLE—To Inventors, Patentees,* and Manufacturers of Submarine Cables.— All persons having any specimens or plans of Submarine Cables calculated for laying across the Atlantic, arc hereby invited to send the same to the Secretary of this Company, together with any description they may desire to append to them, as soon as possible, in order to their being immediately submitted to the Officers of the Company, and by them "to the Consulting Committee, for the purpose of examination, testing, and experiment. By order,

G. 8AWARD, Secretary.

Atlantic Telegraph Company, 22 Old-Broad-street, V..C, London, July 29, 1859. (323)'

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.— MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.—There is a Vacancy in one'of the largest Establishments in the North of England for Half-a-Doeen Young Gentlemen as Apprentices. They would have the opportunity of a thorough insight, theoretical and practical, into the construction of steam engines and general machinery, the manrtfacture of forged and roller iron of every description, smithed work, iron and brass founding, mechanical drawing, agricultural implements, carpentry, joinery, railway material of all sorts, &c.

Premium in each case £150. The right would be reserved of declining to 'treat with any one who might in any inspect be deemed unsuitable.

Address, early, by letter only, H. B., Mxcajutics' Mi,Oazink Office, 1G6 Fleet-street, London. (316)

TO RAILWAY COMPANIES, CONTRACTORS,
AND OTHERS.

GEORGE NEIGHBOUR and SONS,
OIL MERCHANTS,

CATES of SODA or POTASH, in large or small quantities, and either Solid or in Solution, at

ROBERT RCMNEY'S, Ardwick Chemical Works,
Manchester. (335)

KENNINGTON AGRICULTURAL AND
CHEMICAL COLLEGE, Lower Kennington-lane,
near London.

Principal—J. C. NESB1T, F.G.S., F.C.S., &c.

Youths intending to become Fanners, Land Stewards,

Chemical and Manure Manufacturers, or Managers of

tuning Property, will flnd.the course of instruction in the

College such as to fully qualify them for their respective

Sursuits. The term for Senior and Junior Students may be
nown on application to the Principal.

Akaltticai. Axd Assav Dkpaetm«nt>
Analyses and Assayrof every description are promptly
and accurately executed in the Laboratories of the
College. • ' •' '■ (320)

"Twenty miles per hour is practicabloat Sea."

AN ENGINEER" having."secured -Patents
■ for Improvements which' will produce the above
St.\th> Results, wishes to meet with a party to join him
in commencing, business; or* hp> might dispose of a part-
interest to an established engineering firm; or treat with
a party interested in ocean transit with the object of
forming a Company.

Address, Engineer, Messrs. Edwards and James, 18 King-street, Cheapside, E.C. (339)

A MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN
wants a Situation. Been used to nuke Finished,
Coloured, and Working Drawing* of Engines and Ma-
chinery in general. Railway Work, &c. Also had the
charge of men erecting. Good testimonials. P. E.,
2 Hart on -place, Camden-town, London, N.U". (338)

FOR CORRECT FAMILY ARMS,
CREST, or PEDIGREE, send name and countr
and 7b. 6d. to J. LOCK'S, City Heraldic Office, No. 2, Old
Jewry, E.C, London, and in a few day§ you will receive a
neat drawing of your Arms, Ac, in Heraldic Colours, to
be engraved on Seal, Ring, or Family Plate. On y pari*
Pranyais, Italu-n, Allemand, et HollandaU.
i The BEST are ALWAYS the CHEAPEST. Name-plate
and 50 Enamel Cards beautifully Engraved for 2s. 6d., post
free 2s. 7(1. Write to J. Lock, City Heraldic Office, No. 2,
Old Jewry, E.C. Enclose stamp* and you will receive
Copper-plate Cards within three days.

ENVELOPES with DIES.—Your Name and Addree. elegantly Embossed in Colours, or your Crest tastefully stamped, 2,000 for 18s.; good paper and best workmanship Rend post-office order to Joseph Lock, City Heraldic Office No. 2, Old Jewry, E.C, two doors from Cheapside.—N charge for the Die. (322)

EDWIN JEWITT, ENGRA.VEU ON WOOD
AND DRAFTSMAN, 1 Pickett-place, Strand, near
Temple •bar. Engineering, Scientific, and Mechanical
Designs accurately engraved. Manufacturers and Trades-
man a Catalogues Illustrated. W.C. (84)

Particularly invite attention to their PATENT AROAND
LAMP OIL, for Railway Roof and Signal Lamps; alsoto
their EXTRA-REFINED ENGINE OIL, for L«om.tive
and Machine purposes. Prices forwarded on application,

127 HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W.C.

Agent at MANCHESTER—E. S. ROGERS, 33 Cannon
Street. (281)

INVENTORS, ENGINEERS, AND OTHERS.

AN Engineer of much Experience can give
Assistance in Practically Arranging Inventions, con-
triving Machinery, Preparing Drawings Tracings, Ac.
Address, M. E., 9 Parliam.nt-strcct, Westminster. (30<)

TO STEAM SHIP BUILDERS, ENGINEERS, TOOL
MAKERS, IRON MASTERS, AND OTHERS.

THE ADVERTISER, who has had consi-
dcrablc experience in Marine Engineering and Iron
SUpbuilding, and who is an expert Draughtsman, is de-
sirous of meeting with a permanent Engagement as Londs-u
Agent, Manager of a Shipbuilding Yard, or to set la anr
capacity in which ample Knowledge of Mechanical Deta > '■
and a large connexion among Engineer*, Ship Owners, ana
others, might be rendered available. The Advertiser hav-
ing also been much engaged in working out some impor-
tant patented inventions, would undertake to farther tlis
objects of those having property of this kind, cither to dis-
pose of or to bring into operation. Apply by letter, to
M.E.,ltocilAMic»' Magazimb Office, 106 PlMt-tfrt*. (M«)

THE JUDGES AWARDED the Mowing PRIZES to Messrs. HORNSBY and SONS, at

CHESTER :—

FIRST PRIZE OF £25 FOB BEST PORTABLE STEAM ENGINTJ.

FIRST PRIZE OF £20 FOR BEST COMBINED THRASHING; SHAKING, DRESSING, and
FINISHING MACHINE, being the highest award offered.

PRIZE OF £10 FOR FIXED STEAM ENGINE.

FIRST PRIKE OF £5 FOR THE BEST CORN-DRESSING MACHINE, adapted for Rough Chaffing,
as well as Finishing the Com for Market.

And FIVE "HIGH COMMENDATIONS" for various other Machine*, including STEAM-
ENGINES, THRASHING MACHINES, and CAKE BREAKERS.

R. HORNSBY^AND SONS,

SPITTLEGATE IRON WORKS, GRANTHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE,

ENGLAND, TNVITE the attention of AgriclilturistSj Shippers, Merchants, and others, to their Improved

-L AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, comprising—

PATENT PORTABLE STEAM-ENGINES,

PATENT COMBINED MACHINES FOR THRASHING AND PERFECTLY DRESSING CORN
FOR MARKET AT ONK OPERATION,

IMPROVED CIRCULAR-SAW BENCHES,

CORN, SEED, AND MANURE DRILLS, OF ALL KINDS,

PATENT CORN-DRESSING MACHINES AND BLOWERS,

CHAFF CUTTERS, CAKE BREAKERS, PLOUGHS, &c., &c.,

The pre-eminent excellence of which is fully attested by the numerous Prizes which have been awarded to them in the United Kingdom, on the Continent of Europe, and in the Colonies, numbering in all about 200 Money Prices, of £1,400 value, and 21 Gold, Silver, and 1 Bronze Medals, including the Great Council Medal at the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, London, 1851 ; the Grand Medal of Honour at the Universal Exposition, Paris, 1855 ; Throe Gold Medals at the Universal Agricultural Exposition, Paris, 185C; the Gold Medal of the Imperial Koyal Agricultural Society of Austria, Vienna, 1857; the Gold Medal of the Agricultural Society of Gers, Condom, 1857; and the First Prize of the Agricultural Society of Geelong, Australia.

Illustrated Catalogues, with Prices of Engines and Thrashing Machines, greatly reduced for the present year, sent Free by Post on application to

R. HORNSBY AND SONS,

BPITTLEGATE IRON WORKS, GRANTHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND. Fe» Expobtatiox.—Engines, Machinery, and Implements, specially adapted, may be had through all British

Merchants and Shipping Agents. (315)

STEAM CULTIVATION."
CHANDLER AND OLIVER

HA YE mnch pleasure in being able to state that they are now prepared to execute orders for their
PATENT STEAM WINDING ENGINES AND PLOUGHS, for Cultivating Land by Steam.
The WTODING TACKLE can be fitted to Engines of any maker, and the Plough can be made to take any kind of
pparatus necessary for Cultivating the Soil, such as Scarriflcr Tines or Broad Shares, &c. Any Engine now used by
armcrs can be fitted with the Tackle. It Is light and simple, and an ordinary Farm Labourer cnn work it.

The Engine can be used for Thrashing without taking the Ploughing Tucklc off, not requiring more than three or four horses to take it from place to place.

These Engines are very useful for Pile Driving or Drawing Ballast up inclined planes; at the same time they can be msad for Pumping. Farmers will find them most useful for all purposes.

Messrs. CHANDLER and OLIVER are prepared to receive orders for separate Windlasses, which are light and jimplo, and generally useful.

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THE RAILWAY CARRIAGE COMPANY,

OLDBURY, NEAR BIRMINGHAM. LONDON OPPICE-34 (JREAT GEORGE STREET, WESTMINSTER,

Manufacturers of cwry Description c

RAILWAY PLANT AND IRONWORK.

NEW and SECOND-HAND RAILWAY WAGGONS always in Stock for SALE or HIKE.

TO STEAM SHIP

OWNERS, OTHERS.

ENGINEERS, AND

How's Patent Steam Engine Counters, can be read at sight.

Thesa Counters register th« number of revolutions made by an engine or other mechanism. They may be used for ascertaining the dutv of Pumping Engines and Water-wheels; the revolutions on board a steam-vessel; to calculate the slip of the propeller; and in a locomotive to test the slip of the wheels.

How's Patent Salinometer, for Steam Boilers using Salt Water.

By these, th« density of the water in the Boiler is at all times accurately shown, and a saving of boiler and fuel is effected. They are adopted bv the Admiralty, the Honorable Trinity Corporation, and others. Copies of Testimonials from Messrs. Penn, Messrs. Maudilay, and others, will be forwarded on application.

How's Engine-Boom Telegraph, for communicating between Captain and Engineer. Society of Arts Prize Medal, 1855.

Is * Mechanical Telegraph, and by it* peculiar construction, error or misunderstanding is rendered impossible. It now •xtezuivelv adopted, and gives great satisfaction.

How's Patent Fresh Water Apparatus for Ships' Use.

This apparatus is designed for the distillation of Fresh from Salt Water; and on long voyages, and where the supply of watsr u scanty, it will he found invaluable. Testimonials may he seen.

Patent Steam Pump and Fire-Engine for Ships' Use.

This Steam-pump occupies but a small space; works perfectly noiselessly, and throws an immense volume of trater. Ma Illustrated Circular of Fresh Water Apparatus and steam-pump combined, free on application.

How's Patent Machine for Cutting Bolts, Rods, Spindles, Wire, &c.

EftapU la construction, inexpensive, occupies but little space, and will not easily get out of order.
A Famphlit Lllustrativc of the above, tent free by post, on application to

A. P. HOW, ENGINEER,

81 "MARK LANE,

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FARRAR'S
PATENT FOR MAKING STEL1,

In Three Hours in the Crucible, without
Cementation.

For Licenses to use Process and further rirticolan, apply to

THOS. VAUGHAN MORGAN, BATTERSEA WORKS, LONDON, &W

(313|

TO BRASS-FOUNDERS.ENGINEERS, ftc.

milE PATENT PLUMJL BAGO CRUCIBLE COMPANY bavingcompleted the enlargement •f their premises, beg to call the attention of all users and shippers of Melting Pots to the great superiority of the PATENT CRUCIBLES, which have been used during the last three yean by some of the largest mclters in England and abroad. In addition to Uk-it capabilities of melting an avera«v of from thirty-five to forty poorings, they arc unaffected by chance of temperature, never crack, bat can be nsed till worn out, requiring only one annealing for several days' work, and become heated siturh more rapidly than ordinary pots, effecting thereby a saving of more than fifty per cent, in time, labour, fuel, and waste. The Patent "Plumbago Crucible Company alto manufacture and import clay crucibles, muffle*, portable furnaces, sublimate pans and covers, gla&s-poUs all dcwriptions of fire- standing goods, and every requisite for tba assayer and dentists. For Lists Testimonials, tic., aiT-ir to Battersea Works, London, S.W. 4>

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HORIZONTAL HIGH-PRESSURE

JJL STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE.

One of 8-horse power, 8in. cylinder, and ISin. stroke. One of 10-horsc power, loin.cylinder, and 24in. stroke. Two of 12-horae power, 12in. cylinder, and 24in. stroke. One of 14-horse power, 12in. cylinder, and 96in. stroke. Two of 14-horse power, 14in. cylinder, and 24in. stroke. One of 16-horse power, Hin. cylinder, and 36in. stroke. Two of 30-horsc power, 20in. cylinder, and SOin. stroke.

The above Engines arc quite new, of superior manufacture and finish, and are to be sold at very iow prices.

Apply to PAGE and CAMERON, (A Old Brood-ctrcrt. London, E.C.

CRAWHALL AND CAMPBELL, MACHINE AND TOOL MAKERS,

AND MILLWRIGHTS,

ELLIOT -WOE.KS, FINNIESTOy,

GLASGOW.

Manufacturers of Engineers' Tools of every dcscriptkm, Screwing Apparatus of standard gauge, Boring Grabs, *e.

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T. SUFFIELD AND CO.

Call the particular attention of

SHIP-OWNERS, SHIP-BUILDERS, AND COMMANDERS OF STEAM AND SAILING VESSELS,.

to the Simple and Efficient Arrangements of their

PATENT PUMPS AND FIRE-ENGINES,

Both Fixed and Portable, with PATENT VALVES and other Improvements.

These Pumps are free from that liability to choke which is common to other Pumps, and their Working Parts are not susceptible of derangement either from wear or from being long out of use. They pass entirely through them, with ease, any substance that may euCtjr the Suetiou Pipes. The Novelties in these Pumps are their adaptation to the varied duties of Ships' Pumps , the facilities they afford for Cleansing the Suction Pipes, and for Sounding or Examining the Valves; the readiness with which they maybe used lor Ventilating the Bilge, or for acting as a Syphon either for Watering the Ship, or for extinguishing Accidental Fires on board: the rapidity with which they can be converted into Fire Pumps, or be applied to th« Washing of Decks; and their capability of Pumping from Several Compartmeuts. Also, to their

MARINE ENGINE-ROOM TELEGRAPHS,

Which excelled all others in the recent series of Trials in Her Majesty's Navy at Shoerncss. These invaluable instruments have bean supplied and seat to almost all parts of the world, and in no case has there been any complaint of their working.

Testimonials, bearing uniform evidence of the complete success of these Telegraphs, may be had upon application.

IMPROVED ENGINE-ROOM COUNTERS,

Suitable for testing the speed of all classes of machinery. .
IMPROVED

HYDROMETERS, SALINOMETERS,

With Coolers and Dippers for same. Injection Tallow-Cocks, and various kinds ot Syringes.

IMPROVED MARINE DISTILLING APPARATUS,

Which will bo found both Simple and Efficient for the Distillation of Fresh from Salt Water.

IMPROVED SHIPS' WATER-CLOSETS,

Made to act when placed either above- or below the water level. These Closets are simple, efficient, and mechanically arranged for Iheir various

requirements, and are not liable to derangement.

IMPROVED STEAM COCKS, WATER GAUGES,

And all kinds of Steam Fittings of the very best quality. As a large Stock of every variety of this class of goods has been much sought after, we trust the preeent one (especially considering it can be so readily examined in our new premises) wUl be fully appreciated and meet with the attention it deserve*

GRAUTOFF'S IMPROVED STEAM AND VACUUM GAUGES

(For which we are, the sole appointed Agents) and which after having been tested for some time, are now patronised by the Lords of the Admiralty,

Besides Bourdon's and other Guages which are also supplied by us to order.

IMPROVED STEAM WHISTLES, LUBRICATORS, LAMPS, OIL FEEDERS,

And Stores of every description supplied on the shortest notice.

T. SUFFIELD & CO.

Being practical Brass Manufacturers, Copper Smiths, Plumbers, Engineers, and Gun Metal Steam Cock Makers, are in a position to undertake and curry out with very great dispatch and economy all orders entrusted to them. In PAINTING and DECORATIVE Work also, lengthened experience enables them to compete most successfully with others, and they are at all times most ready to furnish estimates for thin class of work when required to do so. They also respectfully solicit the attention of STEAM SHIP BUILDERS and OWNERS to their Large and Varied STOCK of

ASSORTED STORES FOR MARINE PURPOSES.

They keep a Large Stock of Goods, of their oivn Manufacture and from the Best Makers, constantly on view; so that by a visit to'their Works or DepH, much valuable time may be saved by Managers, Engineers, and other Gentlemen who may require such Stores, together with a further saving in tb» csst of the Articles.

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T. SUFFIELD AND CO.

Call the particular attention of

SHIP-OWNERS, SHIP-BUILDERS, AND COMMANDERS OF STEAM AND SAILING VESSELS,

to the Simple and Efficient Arrangements of their

PATENT PUMPS AND FIRE-ENGINES,

Both Fixed and Portable, with PATENT VALVES and other Improvements.

These Pumps are free from that liability to choke which is common to other Pumps, and their Working Parts are not susceptible of derangement cither from wear or from being long oat of use. They pass entirely through them, with ease, any substance that may enter the Suction Pipes. The Novelties in these Pumps are their adaptation to the varied duties of Ships' Pumps, the facilities they afford for Cleansing the Suction Pipes, and for Sounding or Examining the Valves; the readiness with which they may be used for Ventilating the Bilge, or for acting as a Syphon either for Watering the Ship, or for extinguishing Accidental Fires on board: the rapidity with which they can be converted into Fire Pumps, or be applied to the Washing of Decks; and their capability of Pumping from Several Compartments. Also, to their

MARINE ENGINE-ROOM TELEGRAPHS,

Which excelled all others in the recent series of Trials in Her Majesty's Navy at Sheerness. These invaluable instruments have been supplied and seat lo almost nil parts of the world, and in no case has there been any complaint of their working.

Testimonials, bearing uniform evidence of the complete success of these Telegraphs, may be had upon application.

IMPROVED ENGINE-ROOM COUNTERS,

Suitable for testing the speed of all classes of machinery.
IMPROVED

HYDROMETERS, SALINOMETERS,

With Coolers and Dippers for same. Injection Tallow-Cocks, and various kinds ot Syringes.

IMPROVED MARINE DISTILLING APPARATUS,

Which will be found both Simple and Efficient for the Distillation of Fresh from Salt Water.

IMPROVED SHIPS' WATER-CLOSETS,

Miido to act when placed either above or below the water level. These Closets are simple, efficient, and mechanically arranged for their Tark>u

requirements, and are not liable to derangement.

IMPROVED STEAM COCKS, WATER GAUGES,

And all kinds of Steam Fittings of the very best quality. As a large Stock of every variety of this class of goods has been much sought after, we trust the present one (especially considering it can be so readily examined in our new premises) wUl be fully appreciated and meet with the attention it deserve*

GRAUTOFFS IMPROVED STEAM AND VACUUM GAUGES

(For which we are the sole appointed Agents) and which after having been tested for some time, are now patronised by the Lords of the Admiralty.

Besides Bottbdoit's and other Guages which are also supplied by us to order.

JMPROVED STEAM WHISTLES, LUBRICATORS, LAMPS, OIL FEEDERS,

And Stores of every description supplied on the shortest notice.

T. SUFFIELD & CO.

lli-iii;; practical Brass Manufacturers, Copper Smiths, Plumbers, Engineers, and Gun Metal Steam Cock Makers, are in a position to undertake and nut with very great dispatch and economy all orders entrusted to them. In PAINTING and DECORATIVE Work also, lengthened experience en tliem to compete most successfully with others, and they are at all times most ready to furnish estimates for this class of work when required to do so. The also respectfully solicit the attention of STEAM SHIP BUILDERS and OWNERS to their Large and Varied STOCK of

ASSORTED STORES FOR MARINE PURPOSES.

They keep a Large Stock of Goods, of their o«m Manufacture and from the Best Makers, constantly on view; so that by a visit to their Worl« or Dcp it, much valuable time may be saved by Managers, Engineers, and other Gentlemen who may require snch Stores, together with a further earing

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