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Phipps, G. H., elected member, 50.
Photogeny, description of the process, 58.
Photography as applicable to engineering, 57.-On photogeny, 58.-On the
Pneumatic mirrors, 31.
Pole, W., elected associate, 45.
Pollock, F., Lieut. M.E., premium awarded to, 8.
Power, J. W., elected graduate, 41.
Premiums, Telford, awarded, 4.
Presents, particularly noticed, 11.—List of, 22.
President, Address of, to Annual General Meeting, 15.-Remarks on revolving
Railway, Birmingham and Gloucester, intended use of American locomotive
curves, on setting out, 56.
description of a running gauge for ascertaining the parallelism of, 30,
sleeper, specimen of white cedar, from Bathurst, New Brunswick, 44.
traversing screw-jack for, 60.
Ravenhill, R., elected associate, 31.
Rawnsley, H., elected graduate, 41.
Reclaiming land from the sea at Loughs Swilly and Foyle, 41.
Redman, J. B., premium awarded to, 8.
Reed, W., elected associate, 26.
Rendel. J. M., remarks on the percussive force of steam, 79.
Rennie, G., on the expansion of arches, 4.
Renton, H., on the improvement of navigable rivers, with a description of a
self-acting wasteboard at Naburn Lock, on the River Ouse, 26.
Richardson, R., elected graduate, 37.
Rickman, W., on earth falls at the Undercliff, in the Isle of Wight, 35.
Rivers, on the improvement of navigable, 26.
Roads, description of a dynamometer for measuring the friction on, 52.-Ditto
Rumble, F., elected graduate, 18.
Sale, T. H., Lieut., B.E., elected associate, 75.
Salkeld, J., elected graduate, 28.
Saunderson, G. S., elected associate, 68.
Screw-jack, description of a traversing, 60.
Seaward, S., on the action of steam, 78.
Sea-water, action of, on an iron heel-post, 3.
Sewage of Westminster, 5.
Sherrard, J. C., elected member, 50.
Sinclair, R., elected associate, 22.
Sleepers, see Railway.
Sopwith, T., description of a model of the coal field of the Forest of Dean, 49.
J., (Deanston,) description of a new system of lockage for canals, 53.
T. M., elected graduate, 37.
Steam-boilers, evaporation of water in, 9.-Description of an apparatus for
engines, see Engines.
expansively, a theoretical calculation of the fuel saved by working, 3.
Telford premiums awarded, 4—monument to, 11.
Teredo navalis, effects of the, on Kyanized timber, 69.—Ditto, ditto, exposed to
Thames Tunnel, see Tunnel, Thames.
Transactions, on the publication of, in parts, 2.
Tunnel, Thames, account of the actual state of the works at, June 23, 1840, 85.
Undercliff in the Isle of Wight, on earth falls at the, 35.
Waste-board at Naburn lock, on the river Ouse, 26.
Wicksteed, T., remarks on the work done by the steam engine at Old Ford, 15.
Williams, C. W., premium awarded to, 6.-Description of the Nonsuch' iron
Willis, P, W., Capt. B. E., elected associate, 22.
Woods, E., premium awarded to, 6.
G., on the experiments and results of Mr. Henwood, as to the power of
Woods, J., elected graduate, 18.
York, J. O., elected associate, 75.
Young, Dr., present of library of the late, 11.
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