Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers Volume 120
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1865 edition. Excerpt: ...J.), ix. 189. LIGHTS. Sunderland. "Account of the removal of the lighthouse at Sunderland." By J. Murray, iii. 342.--The lighthouse built by Pickernell, 343.--Causes of the removal, 343.--Methods employed in scaffolding, shoring, &c, 345.--Power employed, 349, 351.--Time oc-cupied in the removal, 352.--Cost of the operation, 354. Ventilation of the lanterns of (Faraday, Prof.), ii. (1843) 188. Vide also Buoys, Beacons, Sea-l1ghts, Etc.; Foundat1ons, Suumar1ne; and L1ghthouse Lamps. Lights, floating and fixed,"comparative merits and expense of, vii. 139, et seq., sea, buoys, beacons, etc, on the construction of (Herbert, G.), xv. 1. L1lley, --. Water-metes. Mr. W. Parkinson's, xiii. 435. L1ll1r, Sir J. S. Election, i. (1839) 51. Lime, used to prevent the internal corrosion of iron ships, ii. (1843) 176., Greaves' blue lias, ix. 233. Limestone, on the, the lime cement, and the method of blasting in the neighbourhood of Plymouth (Stuart, W.), i. (1838) 35. Limnorea-tercbrans, localities where found, ii. (1842) 67.--Ravages of, prevented by the use of coal-tar pitch, 67.--Ravages of, at Teignmouth bridge, 91.--Destruction of Kyanized oak boxes by, ii. (1843) 174. Vide also P1ers, Old Southend; and T1mrer, Preservation of. L1nant Bey. Isthmus of Suez. His project for a canal from the Red Sea, through tho Bitter Lakes, to Lake Timsah, and thence through the lagoons of Lake Menzaloh to Tinoh (Pelusium), on the Mediterranean (Stephenson, R.), x. 377. L1ndley, R. Election, iv. 211. L1ndley, W. Election, ii. (1842) 56. Drainage of towns. Main features of tho sewerago of Hamburg, as carried out by him (Fowler, C), xiii. 71, et LIQUID HYDROCARBONS. Ldtdsay, H. S. Election, ii. (1843') 155: resignation, xiii. 134. L1nn, A. G....
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