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In course of publication, in small 8vo. each volume containing abont 300 pages, price
3s. 6d. bound in cloth,
ADAPTED FOR THE USE OF ARTISANS AND OF STUDENTS IN
PUBLIC AND OTHER SCHOOLS.
The first Eight Text-Books, in order of publication :1. THE ELEMENTS OF MECHANISM,
Designed for Students of Applied Mechanics. By T. M. GOODEVE, M.A
Mechanics at the Royal School of Mines, and formerly
revised; with 257 Figures on Wood. Price 3$. 6d. II. METALS, THEIR PROPERTIES AND TREATMENT.
By CHARLES LOUDON BLOXAM, Professor of Chemistry in King's College,
Price 38. 6d.
TO THE STUDY OF INORGANIC
and Practical.' New Edition, revised; with 71 Figures on Wood. Price 38.6d. IV. ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY.
By the Rev. WILLIAM NATHANIEL GRIFFIN, B.D. sometime Fellow of
St. John's College, Cambridge. Price 38. 6d.
[Nearly ready. V. PLANE AND SOLID GEOMETRY.
By the Rev. H. W. Watson, formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge,
and late Assistant Master of Harrow School. Price 38. 6d. VI. THEORY OF HEAT.
By J. CLERK MAXWELL, M.A. LL.D. Edin. F.R.SS. L. & E. Professor of
with 41 Woodcuts and Diagrams. Price 38. 6d.
By CHARLES W. MERRIFIELD, F.R.S. Barrister-at-Law, Principal of the Royal School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Honorary Secretary of the Institution of Naval Architects, and Late an Examiner in the Depart
ment of Public Education. Price 38. 6d. VIII. THE STRENGTH OF MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES:
The Strength of Materials as depending on their quality and as ascertained by Testing Apparatus; the Strength of Structures as depending on their form and arrangement, and on the Materi: Is of which they are composed.
By JOHN ANDERSON, C.E. LL.D. F.R.S.E. Superintendent of Machinery to the War Department, Woolwich. Price 3, 6d.
Text-Books in immediate preparation :-
By H. E. ARMSTRONG, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry in the London
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM.
By FLEEMING JENKIN, F.R.SS. L. & E. Professor of Engineering in the
University of Edinburgh.
By T. E. THORPE, Ph.D.F.R.S.E. Professor of Chemis in the Andersonian
By T. E. THORPE, Ph.D.F.R.S.E. Professor of Chemistry in the Andersonian
University, Glasgow. PRACTICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY, AND PRIN
CIPLES OF MECHANICAL DRAWING. By CHARLES W. MERRIFIELD, F.R.S. Barrister-at-Law, Principal of the Royal School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Honorary Secretary of the Institution of Naval Architects, and lately an Examiner in the Department of Public Education.
PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS.
Bv T. M. GOODEVE, M.A. Lecturer on Applied Mechanics at the Royal School
With Rules and Tables for Designing and Drawing the Details of Machinery,
By W. CAWTHORNE UNWIN, B.Sc. Assoc. Inst. C.E. Professor of Hydraulic
and Mechanical Engineering at Cooper's Hill College. DESCRIPTIVE MECHANISM,
Including Descriptions of the Lathes, Planing, Slotting, and Shaping Machines, and the mode of Handling Work in the Engineer's Shop and other Workshops.
By C. P. B. SHELLEY, Civil Engineer, and Professor of Manufacturing Art and Machinery at King's College, London.
ECONOMICAL APPLICATIONS OF HEAT,
Including Combustion, Evaporation, Furnaces, Flues, and Boilers.
By C. P. B. SHELLEY, Civil Engineer, and Professor of Manufacturing
Art and Machinery at King's College, London. With a Chapter on the Probable Future Development of the Science of Heat, by
C. WILLIAM SIEMENS, F.R.S. THE STEAM ENGINE.
By T. M. GOODEVE, M.A. Lecturer on Applied Mechanics at the Royal School
To be followed by other works on other branches of Science.
London: LONGMANS and Co. Paternoster Row.