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The Manufacturer and Builder : Volume 0002, Issue 1 January 1870: The Manufacturer and Builder

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Title: The Manufacturer and Builder : Volume 0002, Issue 1 January 1870: The Manufacturer and Builder  
Author: Western and Company
Volume: VolumeĀ 2
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Prints
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The Manufacturer and Builder Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1870
Publisher: Western and Company

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Company, W. A. (1870). The Manufacturer and Builder : Volume 0002, Issue 1 January 1870. Retrieved from http://community.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: The Manufacturer and Builder was a practical journal of industrial progress published monthly in the 19th century by Western and Company.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Miscellaneous Front Pages pp. i-iv -- Calico Printing pp. 1-3 -- The Area of Steam-Passages for Steam-Engines pp. 3 -- Economy in Building Materials pp. 3 -- The Air-Pump pp. 3 -- The Origin of the Word Avoirdupois pp. 3-4 -- Practical Hints in Carving Wood pp. 4-5 -- Improved Shutter-Fasteners pp. 5 -- The Springing of Timber pp. 5-6 -- Manufacturing Toothed Wheels pp. 6 -- Wooden vs. Iron Railways pp. 6-7 -- Framing Buildings by the Scribe or Square Rule pp. 7 -- Cheap Railways pp. 7 -- An Economical Way of Ventilating Living-Rooms pp. 7-8 -- Furnace Grate-Bars pp. 8 -- Who Discovered Gravitation? pp. 8-9 -- How to Plan a Convenient Dwelling pp. 9-11 -- Suggestions about Green and Seasoned Timber pp. 11 -- The Colors Most Readily Distinguished pp. 11 -- The Practical Advantages of the Single Pulley pp. 11 -- Improvement of Old Houses pp. 11-12 -- Spinning pp. 12-13 -- Frailty of American Architecture pp. 13 -- Panel Gates for Ornamental Grounds pp. 13 -- Architecture as an Art and a Science pp. 13-14 -- Wire and Tube Drawing pp. 14 -- Removing Rust from Polished Steel or Iron pp. 14 -- The Size and Proportion of Windows pp. 14-15 -- Selecting Durable Building Timber pp. 15 -- Silk Manufacture and Culture pp. 15 -- Accidents from Nitro-Glycerine pp. 15 -- Exercising Mechanical Skill pp. 15 -- The Coloration of Glass pp. 15-16 -- Suggestions about Mortar pp. 16 -- The Air we Breathe pp. 16-17 -- Files and File-Making pp. 17-18 -- Manufacture of Violin Strings pp. 18 -- Repairing Spider-Lines in the Field pp. 18 -- New Plan for Testing Rails pp. 18-19 -- How to Make Slab Walks pp. 19 -- The Value of Steam-Jackets pp. 19 -- Welding by Pressure pp. 19 -- Literary: Civil Architecture pp. 19 -- Literary: The Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher pp. 19 -- Literary: The Overture of Angels pp. 19 -- Literary: Van Nostrand's Eclectic Engineering Magazine pp. 19 -- Literary: The Rural American pp. 19 -- Literary: The Ventilator pp. 19 -- Literary: On the Necessity of a Bureau of Mechanics pp. 19 -- Literary: The American Naturalist pp. 19 -- Literary: The American Journal of Dental Science pp. 19 -- Literary: The Missionary Herald pp. 19 -- Literary: The Billiard-Table pp. 19 -- Literary: American Eclectic Medical Review pp. 19 -- Literary: The Maryland Farmer pp. 19-20 -- The Clock pp. 20 -- The First Thousand Dollars pp. 20-21 -- How to Make a Brick Oven pp. 21 -- A Cheap Rural Residence pp. 21 -- Paper from Tule pp. 21 -- Building Chimneys pp. 21-22 -- Shoddy pp. 22 -- How Messages are sent through the Atlantic Telegraph pp. 22-23 -- Hair-Oil pp. 23 -- Decoy Ducks pp. 23 -- The Old Weavers pp. 23 -- The Suez Canal and the German Paper Industry pp. 23 -- Straight versus Curved Walks pp. 23-24 -- Double-Pointed Carpet Tacks pp. 24 -- Cutting and Fitting to a Hair's-Breadth pp. 24 -- Building at the South pp. 24 -- A Strong Cement pp. 24 -- The Tides pp. 24-25 -- On a New Technical Application of Colors pp. 25 -- Wooden Toothpicks pp. 25 -- Curious Geological Formations pp. 25 -- Revenue Tax on Sales of Lumber pp. 25 -- Wire Rope pp. 25 -- A Miniature Steam-Engine pp. 25 -- Testing Soaps for Free Alkali pp. 25-26 -- Annealing Gold pp. 26 -- Worthless Inventions pp. 26 -- Merits of Steel and Iron Rails pp. 26 -- Cleaning Paint previous to Varnishing pp. 26 -- Value of Ice pp. 26 -- The Second Year - Profitable Employment for Every body pp. 26 -- Queries pp. 26-27 -- The Exchange pp. 27-32

 

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