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Title: Catalogue of Practical and Scientific Books
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                               CATALOGUE

                                   OF

                    PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS,

                              PUBLISHED BY
                           HENRY CAREY BAIRD,
                         INDUSTRIAL PUBLISHER,

                         No. 406 WALNUT STREET,
                             PHILADELPHIA.

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  ☞ Any of the Books comprised in this Catalogue will be sent by mail,
  free of postage, at the publication price.

  ☞ This Catalogue will be sent, free of postage, to any one who will
  furnish the publisher with his address.

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=ARMENGAUD, AMOUROUX, AND JOHNSON.—THE PRACTICAL DRAUGHTSMAN’S BOOK OF
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, AND MACHINIST’S AND ENGINEER’S DRAWING COMPANION=:

  Forming a complete course of Mechanical Engineering and Architectural
  Drawing. From the French of M. Armengaud the elder, Prof. of Design in
  the Conservatoire of Arts and Industry, Paris, and MM. Armengaud the
  younger and Amouroux, Civil Engineers. Rewritten and arranged, with
  additional matter and plates, selections from and examples of the most
  useful and generally employed mechanism of the day. By WILLIAM
  JOHNSON, Assoc. Inst. C. E., Editor of “The Practical Mechanic’s
  Journal.” Illustrated by 50 folio steel plates and 50 wood-cuts. A new
  edition, 4to., $10.00


=ARROWSMITH.—PAPER-HANGER’S COMPANION=:

  A Treatise in which the Practical Operations of the Trade are
  Systematically laid down: with Copious Directions Preparatory to
  Papering; Preventives against the Effect of Damp on Walls; the Various
  Cements and Pastes adapted to the Several Purposes of the Trade;
  Observations and Directions for the Panelling and Ornamenting of
  Rooms, &c. By JAMES ARROWSMITH, Author of “Analysis of Drapery,” &c.
  12mo., cloth, $1.25


=BAIRD.—THE AMERICAN COTTON SPINNER, AND MANAGER’S AND CARDER’S GUIDE=:

  A Practical Treatise on Cotton Spinning; giving the Dimensions and
  Speed of Machinery, Draught and Twist Calculations, etc.; with notices
  of recent Improvements: together with Rules and Examples for making
  changes in the sizes and numbers of Roving and Yarn. Compiled from the
  papers of the late ROBERT H. BAIRD. 12mo., $1.50


=BAKER.—LONG-SPAN RAILWAY BRIDGES=:

  Comprising Investigations of the Comparative Theoretical and Practical
  Advantages of the various Adopted or Proposed Type Systems of
  Construction; with numerous Formulæ and Tables. By B. BAKER. 12mo.,
  $2.00


=BAKEWELL.—A MANUAL OF ELECTRICITY—PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL=:

  By F. C. BAKEWELL, Inventor of the Copying Telegraph. Second Edition.
  Revised and enlarged. Illustrated by numerous engravings. 12mo. Cloth,
  $2.00


=BEANS.—A TREATISE ON RAILROAD CURVES AND THE LOCATION OF RAILROADS=:

  By E. W. BEANS, C. E. 12mo. (In press.)


=BLENKARN.—PRACTICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF WORKS EXECUTED IN ARCHITECTURE,
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, AND IN ROAD MAKING AND SEWERING=:

  To which are added a series of practically useful Agreements and
  Reports. By JOHN BLENKARN. Illustrated by fifteen large folding
  plates. 8vo., $9.00


=BLINN.—A PRACTICAL WORKSHOP COMPANION FOR TIN, SHEET-IRON, AND
COPPER-PLATE WORKERS=:

  Containing Rules for Describing various kinds of Patterns used by Tin,
  Sheet-iron, and Copper-plate Workers; Practical Geometry; Mensuration
  of Surfaces and Solids; Tables of the Weight of Metals, Lead Pipe,
  etc.; Tables of Areas and Circumferences of Circles; Japans,
  Varnishes, Lackers, Cements, Compositions, etc. etc. By LEROY J.
  BLINN, Master Mechanic. With over One Hundred Illustrations. 12mo.,
  $2.50


=BOOTH.—MARBLE WORKER’S MANUAL=:

  Containing Practical Information respecting Marbles in general, their
  Cutting, Working, and Polishing; Veneering of Marble; Mosaics;
  Composition and Use of Artificial Marble, Stuccos, Cements, Receipts,
  Secrets, etc. etc. Translated from the French by M. L. BOOTH. With an
  Appendix concerning American Marbles. 12mo., cloth, $1.50


=BOOTH AND MORFIT.—THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMISTRY, PRACTICAL AND
THEORETICAL=:

  Embracing its application to the Arts, Metallurgy, Mineralogy,
  Geology, Medicine, and Pharmacy. By JAMES C. BOOTH, Melter and Refiner
  in the United States Mint, Professor of Applied Chemistry in the
  Franklin Institute, etc., assisted by CAMPBELL MORFIT, author of
  “Chemical Manipulations,” etc. Seventh edition. Complete in one
  volume, royal 8vo., 978 pages, with numerous wood-cuts and other
  illustrations., $5.00


=BOWDITCH.—ANALYSIS, TECHNICAL VALUATION, PURIFICATION, AND USE OF COAL
GAS=:

  By Rev. W. R. BOWDITCH. Illustrated with wood engravings. 8vo., $6.50


=BOX.—PRACTICAL HYDRAULICS=:

  A Series of Rules and Tables for the use of Engineers, etc. By THOMAS
  BOX. 12mo., $2.00


=BUCKMASTER.—THE ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL PHYSICS=:

  By J. C. BUCKMASTER, late Student in the Government School of Mines;
  Certified Teacher of Science by the Department of Science and Art;
  Examiner in Chemistry and Physics in the Royal College of Preceptors;
  and late Lecturer in Chemistry and Physics of the Royal Polytechnic
  Institute. Illustrated with numerous engravings. In one vol. 12mo.,
  $2.00


=BULLOCK.—THE AMERICAN COTTAGE BUILDER=:

  A Series of Designs, Plans, and Specifications, from $200 to $20,000
  for Homes for the People; together with Warming, Ventilation,
  Drainage, Painting, and Landscape Gardening. By JOHN BULLOCK,
  Architect, Civil Engineer, Mechanician, and Editor of “The Rudiments
  of Architecture and Building,” etc. Illustrated by 75 engravings. In
  one vol. 8vo., $3.50


=BULLOCK.—THE RUDIMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING=:

  For the use of Architects, Builders, Draughtsmen, Machinists,
  Engineers, and Mechanics. Edited by JOHN BULLOCK, author of “The
  American Cottage Builder.” Illustrated by 250 engravings. In one
  volume 8vo., $3.50


=BURGH.—PRACTICAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF LAND AND MARINE ENGINES=:

  Showing in detail the Modern Improvements of High and Low Pressure,
  Surface Condensation, and Super-heating, together with Land and Marine
  Boilers. By N. P. BURGH, Engineer. Illustrated by twenty plates,
  double elephant folio, with text., $21.00


=BURGH.—PRACTICAL RULES FOR THE PROPORTIONS OF MODERN ENGINES AND
BOILERS FOR LAND AND MARINE PURPOSES=.

  By N. P. BURGH, Engineer. 12mo., $2.00


=BURGH.—THE SLIDE-VALVE PRACTICALLY CONSIDERED=:

  By N. P. BURGH, author of “A Treatise on Sugar Machinery,” “Practical
  Illustrations of Land and Marine Engines,” “A Pocket-Book of Practical
  Rules for Designing Land and Marine Engines, Boilers,” etc. etc. etc.
  Completely illustrated. 12mo., $2.00


=BYRN.—THE COMPLETE PRACTICAL BREWER=:

  Or, Plain, Accurate, and Thorough Instructions in the Art of Brewing
  Beer, Ale, Porter, including the Process of making Bavarian Beer, all
  the Small Beers, such as Root-beer, Ginger-pop, Sarsaparilla-beer,
  Mead, Spruce beer, etc. etc. Adapted to the use of Public Brewers and
  Private Families. By M. LA FAYETTE BYRN, M. D. With illustrations.
  12mo., $1.25


=BYRN.—THE COMPLETE PRACTICAL DISTILLER=:

  Comprising the most perfect and exact Theoretical and Practical
  Description of the Art of Distillation and Rectification; including
  all of the most recent improvements in distilling apparatus;
  instructions for preparing spirits from the numerous vegetables,
  fruits, etc.; directions for the distillation and preparation of all
  kinds of brandies and other spirits, spirituous and other compounds,
  etc. etc.; all of which is so simplified that it is adapted not only
  to the use of extensive distillers, but for every farmer, or others
  who may wish to engage in the art of distilling. By M. LA FAYETTE
  BYRN, M. D. With numerous engravings. In one volume, 12mo., $1.50


=BYRNE.—POCKET BOOK FOR RAILROAD AND CIVIL ENGINEERS=:

  Containing New, Exact, and Concise Methods for Laying out Railroad
  Curves, Switches, Frog Angles and Crossings; the Staking out of work;
  Levelling; the Calculation of Cuttings; Embankments; Earth-work, etc.
  By OLIVER BYRNE. Illustrated, 18mo., $1.25


=BYRNE.—THE HANDBOOK FOR THE ARTISAN, MECHANIC, AND ENGINEER=:

  By OLIVER BYRNE. Illustrated by 11 large plates and 185 Wood
  Engravings. 8vo., $5.00


=BYRNE.—THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF PRACTICAL MECHANICS=:

  For Engineering Students, based on the Principle of Work. By OLIVER
  BYRNE. Illustrated by Numerous Wood Engravings, 12mo., $3.63


=BYRNE.—THE PRACTICAL METAL-WORKER’S ASSISTANT=:

  Comprising Metallurgic Chemistry; the Arts of Working all Metals and
  Alloys; Forging of Iron and Steel; Hardening and Tempering; Melting
  and Mixing; Casting and Founding; Works in Sheet Metal; the Processes
  Dependent on the Ductility of the Metals; Soldering; and the most
  Improved Processes and Tools employed by Metal-Workers. With the
  Application of the Art of Electro-Metallurgy to Manufacturing
  Processes; collected from Original Sources, and from the Works of
  Holtzapffel, Bergeron, Leupold, Plumier, Napier, and others. By OLIVER
  BYRNE. A New, Revised, and improved Edition, with Additions by John
  Scoffern, M. B., William Clay, Wm. Fairbairn, F. R. S., and James
  Napier. With Five Hundred and Ninety-two Engravings; Illustrating
  every Branch of the Subject. In one volume, 8vo. 652 pages, $7.00


=BYRNE.—THE PRACTICAL CALCULATOR=:

  For the Engineer, Mechanic, Manufacturer of Engine Work, Naval
  Architect, Miner, and Millwright. By OLIVER BYRNE. 1 volume, 8vo.,
  nearly 600 pages, $4.50


=CABINET MAKER’S ALBUM OF FURNITURE=:

  Comprising a Collection of Designs for the Newest and Most Elegant
  Styles of Furniture. Illustrated by Forty eight Large and Beautifully
  Engraved Plates. In one volume, oblong, $5.00


=CALVERT.=—=LECTURES ON COAL-TAR COLORS, AND ON RECENT IMPROVEMENTS AND
PROGRESS IN DYEING AND CALICO PRINTING=:

  Embodying Copious Notes taken at the last London International
  Exhibition, and _Illustrated with Numerous Patterns of Aniline and
  other Colors_. By F. GRACE CALVERT, F. R. S., F. C. S., Professor of
  Chemistry at the Royal Institution, Manchester, Corresponding Member
  of the Royal Academies of Turin and Rouen; of the Pharmaceutical
  Society of Paris; Société Industrielle de Mulhouse, etc. In one
  volume, 8vo., cloth, $1.50


=CAMPIN.=—=A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON MECHANICAL ENGINEERING=:

  Comprising Metallurgy, Moulding, Casting, Forging, Tools, Workshop
  Machinery, Mechanical Manipulation, Manufacture of Steam-engines, etc.
  etc. With an Appendix on the Analysis of Iron and Iron Ores. By
  FRANCIS CAMPIN, C. E. To which are added, Observations on the
  Construction of Steam Boilers, and Remarks upon Furnaces used for
  Smoke Prevention; with a Chapter on Explosions. By R. Armstrong, C.
  E., and John Bourne. Rules for Calculating the Change Wheels for
  Screws on a Turning Lathe, and for a Wheel-cutting Machine. By J. LA
  NICCA. Management of Steel, including Forging, Hardening, Tempering,
  Annealing, Shrinking, and Expansion. And the Case-hardening of Iron.
  By G. EDE. 8vo. Illustrated with 29 plates and 100 wood engravings.,
  $6.00


=CAMPIN.=—=THE PRACTICE OF HAND-TURNING IN WOOD, IVORY, SHELL, ETC.=:

  With Instructions for Turning such works in Metal as may be required
  in the Practice of Turning Wood, Ivory, etc. Also, an Appendix on
  Ornamental Turning. By FRANCIS CAMPIN; with Numerous Illustrations,
  12mo., cloth, $3.00


=CAPRON DE DOLE.=—=DUSSAUCE.=—=BLUES AND CARMINES OF INDIGO.=

  A Practical Treatise on the Fabrication of every Commercial Product
  derived from Indigo. By FELICIEN CAPRON DE DOLE. Translated, with
  important additions, by Professor H. DUSSAUCE. 12mo., $2.50


=CAREY.=—=THE WORKS OF HENRY C. CAREY=:

  CONTRACTION OR EXPANSION? REPUDIATION OR RESUMPTION? Letters to Hon.
    Hugh McCulloch. 8vo., $.38

  FINANCIAL CRISES, their Causes and Effects. 8vo. paper, $.25

  HARMONY OF INTERESTS; Agricultural, Manufacturing, and Commercial.
    8vo., paper, $1.00

  Do. do. cloth, $1.50

  LETTERS TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Paper, $.75

  MANUAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE. Condensed from Carey’s “Principles of Social
    Science.” By KATE MCKEAN. 1 vol. 12mo., $2.25

  MISCELLANEOUS WORKS: comprising “Harmony of Interests,” “Money,”
    “Letters to the President,” “French and American Tariffs,”
    “Financial Crises,” “The Way to Outdo England without Fighting Her,”
    “Resources of the Union,” “The Public Debt,” “Contraction or
    Expansion,” “Review of the Decade 1857—’67,” “Reconstruction,” etc.
    etc. 1 vol. 8vo., cloth, $4.50

  MONEY: A LECTURE before the N. Y. Geographical and Statistical
    Society. 8vo., paper, $.25

  PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. 8vo., $2.50

  PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE. 3 volumes 8vo., cloth, $10.00

  REVIEW OF THE DECADE 1857—’67. 8vo., paper, $.38

  RECONSTRUCTION: INDUSTRIAL, FINANCIAL, AND POLITICAL. Letters to the
    Hon. Henry Wilson, U. S. S. 8vo. paper, $.38

  THE PUBLIC DEBT, LOCAL AND NATIONAL. How to provide for its discharge
    while lessening the burden of Taxation. Letter to David A. Wells,
    Esq., U. S. Revenue Commission. 8vo., paper, $.25

  THE RESOURCES OF THE UNION. A Lecture read, Dec. 1865, before the
    American Geographical and Statistical Society, N. Y., and before the
    American Association for the Advancement of Social Science, Boston,
    $.25

  THE SLAVE TRADE, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN; Why it Exists, and How it may
    be Extinguished. 12mo., cloth, $1.50

  THE WAY TO OUTDO ENGLAND WITHOUT FIGHTING HER. Letters to the Hon.
    Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of the House of Representatives United
    States, on “The Paper Question,” “The Farmer’s Question,” “The Iron
    Question,” “The Railroad Question,” and “The Currency Question.”
    8vo., paper, $.75


=CHEVALIER.=—=THE PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDENT.=

  A Complete Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Photography.
  Translated from the French of A. CHEVALIER. Illustrated by numerous
  engravings. (In press.)


=CLOUGH.=—=THE CONTRACTOR’S MANUAL AND BUILDER’S PRICE-BOOK=:

  Designed to elucidate the method of ascertaining, correctly, the value
  and Quantity of every description of Work and Materials used in the
  Art of Building, from their Prime Cost in any part of the United
  States, collected from extensive experience and observation in
  Building and Designing; to which are added a large variety of Tables,
  Memoranda, etc., indispensable to all engaged or concerned in erecting
  buildings of any kind. By A. B. CLOUGH, Architect, 24mo., cloth, $.75


=COLBURN.=—=THE GAS-WORKS OF LONDON=:

  Comprising a sketch of the Gas-works of the city, Process of
  Manufacture, Quantity Produced, Cost, Profit, etc. By ZERAH COLBURN.
  8vo., cloth, $.75


=COLBURN.=—=THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE=:

  Including a Description of its Structure, Rules for Estimating its
  Capabilities, and Practical Observations on its Construction and
  Management. By ZERAH COLBURN. Illustrated. A new edition. 12mo., $1.25


=COLBURN AND MAW.=—=THE WATER-WORKS OF LONDON=:

  Together with a Series of Articles on various other Water-works. By
  ZERAH COLBURN and W. MAW. Reprinted from “Engineering.” In one volume,
  8vo., $4.00


=DAGUERREOTYPIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER’S COMPANION=:

  12mo., cloth, $1 25


=DAVIS.=—=A TREATISE ON HARNESS, SADDLES, AND BRIDLES=:

  Their History and Manufacture from the Earliest Times down to the
  Present Period. By A. DAVIS, Practical Saddler and Harness Maker. (In
  press.)


=DESSOYE.=—=STEEL, ITS MANUFACTURE, PROPERTIES, AND USE.=

  By J. B. J. DESSOYE, Manufacturer of Steel; with an Introduction and
  Notes by ED. GRATEN, Engineer of Mines. Translated from the French. In
  one volume, 12mo. (In press.)


=DIRCKS.=—=PERPETUAL MOTION=:

  Or Search for Self-Motive Power during the 17th, 18th, and 19th
  centuries. Illustrated from various authentic sources in Papers,
  Essays, Letters, Paragraphs, and numerous Patent Specifications, with
  an Introductory Essay by HENRY DIRCKS, C. E. Illustrated by numerous
  engravings of machines. 12mo., cloth, $3.50


=DIXON.=—=THE PRACTICAL MILLWRIGHT’S AND ENGINEER’S GUIDE=:

  Or Tables for Finding the Diameter and Power of Cogwheels; Diameter,
  Weight, and Power of Shafts; Diameter and Strength of Bolts, etc. etc.
  By THOMAS DIXON. 12mo., cloth, $1.50


=DUNCAN.=—=PRACTICAL SURVEYOR’S GUIDE=:

  Containing the necessary information to make any person, of common
  capacity, a finished land surveyor without the aid of a teacher. By
  ANDREW DUNCAN. Illustrated. 12mo., cloth, $1.25


=DUSSAUCE.=—=A NEW AND COMPLETE TREATISE ON THE ARTS OF TANNING,
CURRYING, AND LEATHER DRESSING=:

  Comprising all the Discoveries and Improvements made in France, Great
  Britain, and the United States. Edited from Notes and Documents of
  Messrs. Sallerou, Grouvelle, Duval, Dessables, Labarraque, Payen,
  René, De Fontenelle, Malapeyre, etc. etc. By Prof. H. DUSSAUCE,
  Chemist. Illustrated by 212 wood engravings. 8vo., $10.00


=DUSSAUCE.=—=A GENERAL TREATISE ON THE MANUFACTURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
OF SOAP=:

  Comprising the Chemistry of the Art, with Remarks on Alkalies,
  Saponifiable Fatty Bodies, the apparatus necessary in a Soap Factory,
  Practical Instructions on the manufacture of the various kinds of
  Soap, the assay of Soaps, etc. etc. Edited from notes of Larmé,
  Fontenelle, Malapeyre, Dufour, and others, with large and important
  additions by Professor H. DUSSAUCE, Chemist. Illustrated. In one
  volume, 8vo. (In press.)


=DUSSAUCE.=—=A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR THE PERFUMER=:

  Being a New Treatise on Perfumery the most favorable to the Beauty
  without being injurious to the Health, comprising a Description of the
  substances used in Perfumery, the Formulæ of more than one thousand
  Preparations, such as Cosmetics, Perfumed Oils, Tooth Powders, Waters,
  Extracts, Tinctures, Infusions, Vinaigres, Essential Oils, Pastels,
  Creams, Soaps, and many new Hygienic Products not hitherto described.
  Edited from Notes and Documents of Messrs. Debay, Lunel, etc. With
  additions by Professor H. DUSSAUCE, Chemist. (In press, _shortly to be
  issued_.)


=DUSSAUCE.=—=PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE FABRICATION OF MATCHES, GUN
COTTON, AND FULMINATING POWDERS.=

  By Professor H. DUSSAUCE. 12mo., $3.00


=DUSSAUCE.=—=TREATISE ON THE COLORING MATTERS DERIVED FROM COAL TAR=:

  Their Practical Application in Dyeing Cotton, Wool, and Silk; the
  Principles of the Art of Dyeing and of the Distillation of Coal Tar,
  with a Description of the most Important New Dyes now in use. By Prof.
  H. DUSSAUCE. 12mo., $3.00


=DYER AND COLOR-MAKER’S COMPANION=:

  Containing upwards of two hundred Receipts for making Colors, on the
  most approved principles, for all the various styles and fabrics now
  in existence; with the Scouring Process, and plain Directions for
  Preparing, Washing-off, and Finishing the Goods. In one vol. 12mo., $1
  25


=EASTON.=—=A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON STREET OR HORSE-POWER RAILWAYS=:

  Their Location, Construction, and Management; with General Plans and
  Rules for their Organization and Operation; together with Examinations
  as to their Comparative Advantages over the Omnibus System, and
  Inquiries as to their Value for Investment; including Copies of
  Municipal Ordinances relating thereto. By ALEXANDER EASTON, C. E.
  Illustrated by 23 plates, 8vo., cloth, $2.00


=ERNI.=—=COAL OIL AND PETROLEUM=:

  Their Origin, History, Geology, and Chemistry; with a view of their
  importance in their bearing on National Industry. By Dr. HENRI ERNI,
  Chief Chemist, Department of Agriculture. 12mo., $2.50


=ERNI.=—=THE THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY OF FERMENTATION=:

  Comprising the Chemistry of Wine, Beer, Distilling of Liquors; with
  the Practical Methods of their Chemical Examination, Preservation, and
  Improvement—such as Gallizing of Wines. With an Appendix, containing
  well-tested Practical Rules and Receipts for the manufacture, etc., of
  all kinds of Alcoholic Liquors. By HENRY ERNI, Chief Chemist,
  Department of Agriculture. (In press.)


=FAIRBAIRN.=—T=HE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANISM AND MACHINERY OF
TRANSMISSIO=N:

  Comprising the Principles of Mechanism, Wheels, and Pulleys, Strength
  and Proportions of Shafts, Couplings of Shafts, and Engaging and
  Disengaging Gear. By WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN, Esq., C. E., LL. D., F. R. S.,
  F. G. S., Corresponding Member of the National Institute of France,
  and of the Royal Academy of Turin; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor,
  etc. etc. Beautifully illustrated by over 150 wood-cuts. In one volume
  12mo., $2.50


=FAIRBAIRN.=—=PRIME-MOVERS=:

  Comprising the Accumulation of Water-power; the Construction of
  Water-wheels and Turbines; the Properties of Steam; the Varieties of
  Steam-engines and Boilers and Wind-mills. By WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN, C. E.,
  LL. D., F. R. S., F. G. S. Author of “Principles of Mechanism and the
  Machinery of Transmission.” With Numerous Illustrations. In one
  volume. (In press.)


=FLAMM.=—=A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF ECONOMICAL HEATING
APPLICATIONS FOR SOLID AND GASEOUS FUELS=:

  With the Application of Concentrated Heat, and on Waste Heat, for the
  Use of Engineers, Architects, Stove and Furnace Makers, Manufacturers
  of Fire Brick, Zinc, Porcelain, Glass, Earthenware, Steel, Chemical
  Products, Sugar Refiners, Metallurgists, and all others employing
  Heat. By M. PIERRE FLAMM, Manufacturer. Illustrated. Translated from
  the French. One volume, 12mo. (In press.)


=GILBART.=—=A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON BANKING=:

  By JAMES WILLIAM GILBART. To which is added: THE NATIONAL BANK ACT AS
  NOW (1868) IN FORCE. 8vo., $4 50


=GOTHIC ALBUM FOR CABINET MAKERS=:

  Comprising a Collection of Designs for Gothic Furniture. Illustrated
  by twenty-three large and beautifully engraved plates. Oblong, $3.00


=GRANT.=—=BEET-ROOT SUGAR AND CULTIVATION OF THE BEET=:

  By E. B. GRANT. 12mo., $1.25


=GREGORY.=—=MATHEMATICS FOR PRACTICAL MEN=:

  Adapted to the Pursuits of Surveyors, Architects, Mechanics, and Civil
  Engineers. By OLINTHUS GREGORY. 8vo., plates, cloth, $3.00


=GRISWOLD.=—=RAILROAD ENGINEER’S POCKET COMPANION.=

  Comprising Rules for Calculating Deflection Distances and Angles,
  Tangential Distances and Angles, and all Necessary Tables for
  Engineers; also the art of Levelling from Preliminary Survey to the
  Construction of Railroads, intended Expressly for the Young Engineer,
  together with Numerous Valuable Rules and Examples. By W. GRISWOLD.
  12mo., tucks., $1.25


=GUETTIER.=—=METALLIC ALLOYS=:

  Being a Practical Guide to their Chemical and Physical Properties,
  their Preparation, Composition, and Uses. Translated from the French
  of A. GUETTIER, Engineer and Director of Founderies, author of “La
  Fouderie en France,” etc. etc. By A. A. FESQUET, Chemist and Engineer.
  In one volume, 12mo. (In press, _shortly to be published_.)


=HATS AND FELTING=:

  A Practical Treatise on their Manufacture. By a Practical Hatter.
  Illustrated by Drawings of Machinery, &c., 8vo.


=HAY.=—=THE INTERIOR DECORATOR=:

  The Laws of Harmonious Coloring adapted to Interior Decorations: with
  a Practical Treatise on House-Painting. By D. R. HAY, House-Painter
  and Decorator. Illustrated by a Diagram of the Primary, Secondary, and
  Tertiary Colors. 12mo., $2.25


=HUGHES.=—=AMERICAN MILLER AND MILLWRIGHT’S ASSISTANT=:

  By WM. CARTER HUGHES. A new edition. In one volume, 12mo., $1.50


=HUNT.=—=THE PRACTICE OF PHOTOGRAPHY.=

  By ROBERT HUNT, Vice-President of the Photographic Society, London,
  with numerous illustrations. 12mo., cloth, $.75


=HURST.=—=A HAND-BOOK FOR ARCHITECTURAL SURVEYORS=:

  Comprising Formulæ useful in Designing Builder’s work, Table of
  Weights, of the materials used in Building, Memoranda connected with
  Builders’ work, Mensuration, the Practice of Builders’ Measurement,
  Contracts of Labor, Valuation of Property, Summary of the Practice in
  Dilapidation, etc. etc. By J. F. HURST, C. E. 2d edition, pocket-book
  form, full bound, $2.50


=JERVIS.=—=RAILWAY PROPERTY=:

  A Treatise on the Construction and Management of Railways; designed to
  afford useful knowledge, in the popular style, to the holders of this
  class of property; as well as Railway Managers, Officers, and Agents.
  By JOHN B. JERVIS, late Chief Engineer of the Hudson River Railroad,
  Croton Aqueduct, &c. One vol. 12mo., cloth, $2.00


=JOHNSON.=—=A REPORT TO THE NAVY DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ON
AMERICAN COALS=:

  Applicable to Steam Navigation and to other purposes. By WALTER R.
  JOHNSON. With numerous illustrations. 607 pp. 8vo., half morocco,
  $6.00


=JOHNSON.=—=THE COAL TRADE OF BRITISH AMERICA=:

  With Researches on the Characters and Practical Values of American and
  Foreign Coals. By WALTER R. JOHNSON, Civil and Mining Engineer and
  Chemist. 8vo., $2.00


=JOHNSTON.=—=INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SOILS, LIMESTONES, AND
MANURES.=

  By J. W. F. JOHNSTON. 12mo., $.38


=KEENE.=—=A HAND-BOOK OF PRACTICAL GAUGING=,

  For the Use of Beginners, to which is added A Chapter on Distillation,
  describing the process in operation at the Custom House for
  ascertaining the strength of wines. By JAMES B. KEENE, of H. M.
  Customs. 8vo., $1.25


=KENTISH.=—=A TREATISE ON A BOX OF INSTRUMENTS=,

  And the Slide Rule; with the Theory of Trigonometry and Logarithms,
  including Practical Geometry, Surveying, Measuring of Timber, Cask and
  Malt Gauging, Heights, and Distances. By THOMAS KENTISH. In one
  volume. 12mo., $1.25


=KOBELL.=—=ERNI.=—=MINERALOGY SIMPLIFIED=:

  A short method of Determining and Classifying Minerals, by means of
  simple Chemical Experiments in the Wet Way. Translated from the last
  German Edition of F. VON KOBELL, with an Introduction to Blowpipe
  Analysis and other additions. By HENRI ERNI, M. D., Chief Chemist,
  Department of Agriculture, author of “Coal Oil and Petroleum.” In one
  volume, 12mo., $2.50


=LAFFINEUR.=—A= PRACTICAL GUIDE TO HYDRAULICS FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY=;

  Or a Complete Treatise on the Building of Conduits for Water for
  Cities, Towns, Farms, Country Residences, Workshops, etc. Comprising
  the means necessary for obtaining at all times abundant supplies of
  Drinkable Water. Translated from the French of M. JULES LAFFINEUR, C.
  E. Illustrated. (In press.)


=LAFFINEUR.=—=A TREATISE ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF WATER-WHEELS=:

  Containing the various Systems in use with Practical Information on
  the Dimensions necessary for Shafts, Journals, Arms, etc., of
  Water-wheels, etc. etc. Translated from the French of M. JULES
  LAFFINEUR, C. E. Illustrated by numerous plates. (In press.)


=LANDRIN.=—=A TREATISE ON STEEL=:

  Comprising the Theory, Metallurgy, Practical Working, Properties, and
  Use. Translated from the French of H. C. LANDRIN, JR., C. E. By A. A.
  FESQUET, Chemist and Engineer. Illustrated. 12mo. (In press.)


=LARKIN.=—=THE PRACTICAL BRASS AND IRON FOUNDER’S GUIDE=:

  A Concise Treatise on Brass Founding, Moulding, the Metals and their
  Alloys, etc.; to which are added Recent Improvements in the
  Manufacture of Iron, Steel by the Bessemer Process, etc. etc. By JAMES
  LARKIN, late Conductor of the Brass Foundry Department in Reaney,
  Neafie & Co.’s Penn Works, Philadelphia. Fifth edition, revised, with
  Extensive additions. In one volume, 12mo., $2.25


=LEAVITT.=—=FACTS ABOUT PEAT AS AN ARTICLE OF FUEL=:

  With Remarks upon its Origin and Composition, the Localities in which
  it is found, the Methods of Preparation and Manufacture, and the
  various Uses to which it is applicable; together with many other
  matters of Practical and Scientific Interest. To which is added a
  chapter on the Utilization of Coal Dust with Peat for the Production
  of an Excellent Fuel at Moderate Cost, especially adapted for Steam
  Service. By H. T. LEAVITT. Third edition. 12mo., $1.75


=LEROUX.=—=A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON WOOLS AND WORSTEDS=:

  Translated from the French of CHARLES LEROUX, Mechanical Engineer, and
  Superintendent of a Spinning Mill. Illustrated by 12 large plates and
  34 engravings. In one volume 8vo. (In press, _shortly to be
  published_.)


=LESLIE (MISS).=—=COMPLETE COOKERY=:

  Directions for Cookery in its Various Branches. By MISS LESLIE. 58th
  thousand. Thoroughly revised, with the addition of New Receipts. In 1
  vol. 12mo., cloth, $1.25


=LESLIE (MISS).=—=LADIES’ HOUSE BOOK=:

  a Manual of Domestic Economy. 20th revised edition. 12mo., cloth,
  $1.25


=LESLIE (MISS).=—=TWO HUNDRED RECEIPTS IN FRENCH COOKERY.=

  12mo., $.50


=LIEBER.=—=ASSAYER’S GUIDE=:

  Or, Practical Directions to Assayers, Miners, and Smelters, for the
  Tests and Assays, by Heat and by Wet Processes, for the Ores of all
  the principal Metals, of Gold and Silver Coins and Alloys, and of
  Coal, etc. By OSCAR M. LIEBER. 12mo., cloth, $1.25


=LOVE.=—=THE ART OF DYEING, CLEANING, SCOURING, AND FINISHING=:

  On the most approved English and French methods; being Practical
  Instructions in Dyeing Silks, Woollens, and Cottons, Feathers, Chips,
  Straw, etc.; Scouring and Cleaning Bed and Window Curtains, Carpets,
  Rugs, etc.; French and English Cleaning, any Color or Fabric of Silk,
  Satin, or Damask. By THOMAS LOVE, a Working Dyer and Scourer. In 1
  vol. 12mo., $3.00


=MAIN AND BROWN.=—=QUESTIONS ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE MARINE
STEAM-ENGINE=:

  And Examination Papers; with Hints for their Solution. By THOMAS J.
  MAIN, Professor of Mathematics, Royal Naval College, and THOMAS BROWN,
  Chief Engineer, R. N. 12mo., cloth, $1.50


=MAIN AND BROWN.=—=THE INDICATOR AND DYNAMOMETER=:

  With their Practical Applications to the Steam-Engine. By THOMAS J.
  MAIN, M. A. F. R., Ass’t Prof. Royal Naval College, Portsmouth, and
  THOMAS BROWN, Assoc. Inst. C. E., Chief Engineer, R. N., attached to
  the R. N. College. Illustrated. From the Fourth London Edition. 8vo.,
  $1.50


=MAIN AND BROWN.=—=THE MARINE STEAM-ENGINE.=

  By THOMAS J. MAIN, F. R. Ass’t S. Mathematical Professor at Royal
  Naval College, and THOMAS BROWN, Assoc. Inst. C. E. Chief Engineer, R.
  N. Attached to the Royal Naval College. Authors of “Questions
  connected with the Marine Steam-Engine,” and the “Indicator and
  Dynamometer.” With numerous Illustrations. In one volume, 8vo., $5.00


=MAKINS.=—=A MANUAL OF METALLURGY=:

  More particularly of the Precious Metals: including the Methods of
  Assaying them. Illustrated by upwards of 50 Engravings. By GEORGE
  HOGARTH MAKINS, M. R. C. S., F. C. S., one of the Assayers to the Bank
  of England, Assayer to the Anglo-Mexican Mints, and Lecturer upon
  Metallurgy at the Dental Hospital, London. In one volume, 12mo., $3.50


=MARTIN.=—=SCREW-CUTTING TABLES, FOR THE USE OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS=:

  Showing the Proper Arrangement of Wheels for Cutting the Threads of
  Screws of any required Pitch; with a Table for Making the Universal
  Gas-Pipe Thread and Taps. By W. A. MARTIN, Engineer. 8vo., $.50


=MILES.=—=A PLAIN TREATISE ON HORSE-SHOEING.=

  With illustrations. By WILLIAM MILES, author of “The Horse’s Foot,”,
  $1.00


=MOLESWORTH.=—=POCKET-BOOK OF USEFUL FORMULÆ AND MEMORANDA FOR CIVIL AND
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS.=

  By GUILFORD L. MOLESWORTH, Member of the Institution of Civil
  Engineers, Chief Resident Engineer of the Ceylon Railway. Second
  American, from the Tenth London Edition. In one volume, full bound in
  pocket-book form, $2.00


=MOORE.=—=THE INVENTOR’S GUIDE=:

  Patent Office and Patent Laws; or, a Guide to Inventors, and a Book of
  Reference for Judges, Lawyers, Magistrates, and others. By J. G.
  MOORE. 12mo., cloth, $1.25


=MOREAU.=—=PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR THE JEWELLER=,

  In the Application of Harmony of Colors in the Arrangement of Precious
  Stones, Gold, etc., from the French of M. L. MOREAU, Jeweller and
  Designer. Illustrated. (In press.)


=NAPIER.=—=CHEMISTRY APPLIED TO DYEING.=

  By JAMES NAPIER, F. C. S. A new and revised edition, brought down to
  the present condition of the Art. Illustrated. (In press.)


=NAPIER.=—=A MANUAL OF DYEING RECEIPTS FOR GENERAL USE.=

  By JAMES NAPIER, F. C S. _With Numerous Patterns of Dyed Cloth and
  Silk._ Second edition, revised and enlarged. 12mo., $3 75


=NAPIER.=—=MANUAL OF ELECTRO-METALLURGY=:

  Including the Application of the Art to Manufacturing Processes. By
  JAMES NAPIER. Fourth American, from the Fourth London edition, revised
  and enlarged. Illustrated by engravings. In one volume, 8vo., $2.00


=NEWBERY.=—=GLEANINGS FROM ORNAMENTAL ART OF EVERY STYLE=:

  Drawn from Examples in the British, South Kensington, Indian, Crystal
  Palace, and other Museums, the Exhibitions of 1851 and 1862, and the
  best English and Foreign works. In a series of one hundred exquisitely
  drawn Plates, containing many hundred examples. By ROBERT NEWBERY.
  4to., $15.00


=NICHOLSON.=—=A MANUAL OF THE ART OF BOOK-BINDING=:

  Containing full instructions in the different Branches of Forwarding,
  Gilding, and Finishing. Also, the Art of Marbling Book-edges and
  Paper. By JAMES B. NICHOLSON. Illustrated. 12mo., cloth, $2.25


=NORRIS.=—=A HAND-BOOK FOR LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS=:

  Comprising the Proportions and Calculations for Constructing
  Locomotives; Manner of Setting Valves; Tables of Squares, Cubes,
  Areas, etc. etc. By SEPTIMUS NORRIS, Civil and Mechanical Engineer.
  New edition. Illustrated, 12mo., cloth, $2.00


=NYSTROM.=—=ON TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF SHIPS AND
SCREW PROPELLERS=:

  For Naval and Marine Engineers. By JOHN W. NYSTROM, late Acting Chief
  Engineer U. S. N. Second edition, revised with, additional matter.
  Illustrated by seven engravings. 12mo., $2.50


=O’NEILL.=—=CHEMISTRY OF CALICO PRINTING, DYEING, AND BLEACHING=:

  Including Silken, Woollen, and Mixed Goods; Practical and Theoretical.
  By CHARLES O’NEILL. (In press.)


=O’NEILL.=—=A DICTIONARY OF CALICO PRINTING AND DYEING=:

  Containing a Brief Account of all the Substances and Processes in Use
  in the Arts of Printing and Dyeing Textile Fabrics; with Practical
  Receipts and Scientific Information. By CHARLES O’NEILL, Analytical
  Chemist, Fellow of the Chemical Society of London, etc. etc. Author of
  “Chemistry of Calico Printing and Dyeing.” 8vo. (In press.)


=OVERMAN=—=OSBORN.=—=THE MANUFACTURE OF IRON IN ALL ITS BRANCHES=:

  Including a Practical Description of the various Fuels and their
  Values, the Nature, Determination and Preparation of the Ore, the
  Erection and Management of Blast and other Furnaces, the
  characteristic results of Working by Charcoal, Coke, or Anthracite,
  the Conversion of the Crude into the various kinds of Wrought Iron,
  and the Methods adapted to this end. Also, a Description of Forge
  Hammers, Rolling Mills, Blast Engines, &c. &c. To which is added an
  Essay on the Manufacture of Steel. By FREDERICK OVERMAN, Mining
  Engineer. The whole thoroughly revised and enlarged, adapted to the
  latest Improvements and Discoveries, and the particular type of
  American Methods of Manufacture. With various new engravings
  illustrating the whole subject. By H. S. OSBORN, LL. D. Professor of
  Mining and Metallurgy in Lafayette College. In one volume, 8vo. (In
  press.), $10.00


=PAINTER, GILDER, AND VARNISHER’S COMPANION=:

  Containing Rules and Regulations in everything relating to the Arts of
  Painting, Gilding, Varnishing, and Glass Staining, with numerous
  useful and valuable Receipts; Tests for the Detection of Adulterations
  in Oils and Colors, and a statement of the Diseases and Accidents to
  which Painters, Gilders, and

  Varnishers are particularly liable, with the simplest methods of
  Prevention and Remedy. With Directions for Graining, Marbling, Sign
  Writing, and Gilding on Glass. To which are added COMPLETE
  INSTRUCTIONS FOR COACH PAINTING AND VARNISHING. 12mo., cloth, $1.50


=PALLETT.=—=THE MILLER’S, MILLWRIGHT’S, AND ENGINEER’S GUIDE.=

  By HENRY PALLETT. Illustrated. In one vol. 12mo., $3.00


=PERKINS.=—=GAS AND VENTILATION.=

  Practical Treatise on Gas and Ventilation. With Special Relation to
  Illuminating, Heating, and Cooking by Gas. Including Scientific Helps
  to Engineer-students and others. With illustrated Diagrams. By E. E.
  PERKINS. 12mo., cloth, $1.25


=PERKINS AND STOWE.=—=A NEW GUIDE TO THE SHEET-IRON AND BOILER PLATE
ROLLER=:

  Containing a Series of Tables showing the Weight of Slabs and Piles to
  Produce Boiler Plates, and of the Weight of Piles and the Sizes of
  Bars to produce Sheet-iron; the Thickness of the Bar Gauge in
  Decimals; the Weight per foot, and the Thickness on the Bar or Wire
  Gauge of the fractional parts of an inch; the Weight per sheet, and
  the Thickness on the Wire Gauge of Sheet-iron of various dimensions to
  weigh 112 lbs. per bundle; and the conversion of Short Weight into
  Long Weight, and Long Weight into Short. Estimated and collected by G.
  H. PERKINS and J. G. STOWE, $2.50


=PHILLIPS AND DARLINGTON.=—=RECORDS OF MINING AND METALLURGY=:

  Or Facts and Memoranda for the use of the Mine Agent and Smelter. By
  J. ARTHUR PHILLIPS, Mining Engineer, Graduate of the Imperial School
  of Mines, France, etc., and JOHN DARLINGTON. Illustrated by numerous
  engravings. In one volume, 12mo., $2.00


=PRADAL, MALEPEYRE, AND DUSSAUCE.=—=A COMPLETE TREATISE ON PERFUMERY=:

  Containing notices of the Raw Material used in the Art, and the Best
  Formulæ. According to the most approved Methods followed in France,
  England, and the United States. By M. P. PRADAL, Perfumer Chemist, and
  M. F. MALEPEYRE. Translated from the French, with extensive additions,
  by Professor H. DUSSAUCE. 8vo., $10.00


=PROTEAUX.=—=PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF PAPER AND BOARDS.=

  By A. PROTEAUX, Civil Engineer, and Graduate of the School of Arts and
  Manufactures, Director of Thiers’s Paper Mill, ’Puy-de-Dômé. With
  additions, by L. S. LE NORMAND. Translated from the French, with
  Notes, by HORATIO PAINE, A. B., M. D. To which is added a Chapter on
  the Manufacture of Paper from Wood in the United States, by HENRY T.
  BROWN, of the “American Artisan.” Illustrated by six plates,
  containing Drawings of Raw Materials, Machinery, Plans of Paper-Mills,
  etc. etc. 8vo., $5.00


=REGNAULT.=—=ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY.=

  By. M. V. REGNAULT. Translated from the French by T. FORREST BETTON,
  M.D., and edited, with notes, by JAMES C. BOOTH, Melter and Refiner U.
  S. Mint, and WM. L. FABER, Metallurgist and Mining Engineer.
  Illustrated by nearly 700 wood engravings. Comprising nearly 1500
  pages. In two volumes, 8vo., cloth, $10.00


=SELLERS.=—=THE COLOR MIXER=:

  Containing nearly Four Hundred Receipts for Colors, Pastes, Acids,
  Pulps, Blue Vats, Liquors, etc. etc., for Cotton and Woollen Goods:
  including the celebrated Barrow Delaine Colors. By JOHN SELLERS, an
  experienced Practical Workman. In one volume, 12mo., $2.50


=SHUNK.=—=A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON RAILWAY CURVES AND LOCATION, FOR YOUNG
ENGINEERS.=

  By WM. F. SHUNK, Civil Engineer. 12mo, $1.50


=SMEATON.=—=BUILDER’S POCKET COMPANION=:

  Containing the Elements of Building, Surveying, and Architecture; with
  Practical Rules and Instructions connected with the subject. By A. C.
  SMEATON, Civil Engineer, etc. In one volume, 12mo., $1.25


=SMITH.=—=THE DYER’S INSTRUCTOR=:

  Comprising Practical Instructions in the Art of Dyeing Silk, Cotton,
  Wool, and Worsted, and Woollen Goods: containing nearly 800 Receipts.
  To which is added a Treatise on the Art of Padding; and the Printing
  of Silk Warps, Skeins, and Handkerchiefs, and the various Mordants and
  Colors for the different styles of such work. By DAVID SMITH, Pattern
  Dyer. 12mo., cloth, $3.00


=SMITH.=—=PARKS AND PLEASURE GROUNDS=:

  Or Practical Notes on Country Residences, Villas, Public Parks, and
  Gardens. By CHARLES H. J. SMITH, Landscape Gardener and Garden
  Architect, etc. etc. 12mo., $2.25


=STOKES.=—=CABINET-MAKER’S AND UPHOLSTERER’S COMPANION=:

  Comprising the Rudiments and Principles of Cabinet-making and
  Upholstery, with Familiar Instructions, Illustrated by Examples for
  attaining a Proficiency in the Art of Drawing, as applicable to
  Cabinet-work; The Processes of Veneering, Inlaying, and Buhl-work; the
  Art of Dyeing and Staining Wood, Bone, Tortoise Shell, etc. Directions
  for Lackering, Japanning, and Varnishing; to make French Polish; to
  prepare the Best Glues, Cements, and Compositions, and a number of
  Receipts particularly for workmen generally. By J. STOKES. In one vol.
  12mo. With illustrations, $1.25


=STRENGTH AND OTHER PROPERTIES OF METALS.=:

  Reports of Experiments on the Strength and other Properties of Metals
  for Cannon. With a Description of the Machines for Testing Metals, and
  of the Classification of Cannon in service. By Officers of the
  Ordnance Department U. S. Army. By authority of the Secretary of War.
  Illustrated by 25 large steel plates. In 1 vol. quarto, $10.00


=TABLES SHOWING THE WEIGHT OF ROUND, SQUARE, AND FLAT BAR IRON, STEEL,
ETC.=,

  By Measurement. Cloth, $.63


=TAYLOR.=—=STATISTICS OF COAL=:

  Including Mineral Bituminous Substances employed in Arts and
  Manufactures; with their Geographical, Geological, and Commercial
  Distribution and amount of Production and Consumption on the American
  Continent. With Incidental Statistics of the Iron Manufacture. By R.
  C. TAYLOR. Second edition, revised by S. S. HALDEMAN. Illustrated by
  five Maps and many wood engravings. 8vo., cloth, $6.00


=TEMPLETON.=—=THE PRACTICAL EXAMINATOR ON STEAM AND THE STEAM-ENGINE=:

  With Instructive References relative thereto, for the Use of
  Engineers, Students, and others. By WM. TEMPLETON, Engineer. 12mo.,
  $1.25


=THOMAS.=—=THE MODERN PRACTICE OF PHOTOGRAPHY.=

  By R. W. THOMAS, F. C. S. 8vo., cloth, $.75


=THOMSON.=—=FREIGHT CHARGES CALCULATOR.=

  By ANDREW THOMSON, Freight Agent, $1.25


=TURNBULL.=—=THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH=:

  With an Historical Account of its Rise, Progress, and Present
  Condition. Also, Practical Suggestions in regard to Insulation and
  Protection from the effects of Lightning. Together with an Appendix,
  containing several important Telegraphic Devices and Laws. By LAWRENCE
  TURNBULL, M. D., Lecturer on Technical Chemistry at the Franklin
  Institute. Revised and improved. Illustrated. 8vo., $3.00


=TURNER’S (THE) COMPANION=:

  Containing Instructions in Concentric, Elliptic, and Eccentric
  Turning; also various Plates of Chucks, Tools, and Instruments; and
  Directions for using the Eccentric Cutter, Drill, Vertical Cutter, and
  Circular Rest; with Patterns and Instructions for working them. A new
  edition in one vol. 12mo., $1.50


=ULRICH=—=DUSSAUCE.=—=A COMPLETE TREATISE ON THE ART OF DYEING COTTON
AND WOOL=:

  As practised in Paris, Rouen, Mulhausen, and Germany. From the French
  of M. LOUIS ULRICH, a Practical Dyer in the principal Manufactories of
  Paris, Rouen, Mulhausen, etc. etc.; to which are added the most
  important Receipts for Dyeing Wool, as practised in the Manufacture
  Impériale des Gobelins, Paris. By Professor H. DUSSAUCE. 12mo., $3.00


=URBIN=—=BRULL.=—=A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR PUDDLING IRON AND STEEL.=

  By ED. URBIN, Engineer of Arts and Manufactures. A Prize Essay read
  before the Association of Engineers, Graduate of the School of Mines,
  of Liege, Belgium, at the Meeting of 1865—6. To which is added a
  COMPARISON OF THE RESISTING PROPERTIES OF IRON AND STEEL. By A. BRULL.
  Translated from the French by A. A. FESQUET, Chemist and Engineer. In
  one volume, 8vo., $1.00


=WATSON.=—=A MANUAL OF THE HAND-LATHE.=

  By EGBERT P. WATSON, Late of the “Scientific American,” Author of
  “Modern Practice of American Machinists and Engineers.” In one volume,
  12mo. (In press.)


=WATSON.=—=THE MODERN PRACTICE OF AMERICAN MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS=:

  Including the Construction, Application, and Use of Drills, Lathe
  Tools, Cutters for Boring Cylinders, and Hollow Work Generally, with
  the most Economical Speed of the same, the Results verified by Actual
  Practice at the Lathe, the Vice, and on the Floor. Together with
  Workshop management, Economy of Manufacture, the Steam-Engine,
  Boilers, Gears, Belting, etc. etc. By EGBERT P. WATSON, late of the
  “Scientific American.” Illustrated by eighty-six engravings. 12mo.,
  $2.50


=WATSON.=—=THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE ART OF WEAVING BY HAND AND
POWER=:

  With Calculations and Tables for the use of those connected with the
  Trade. By JOHN WATSON, Manufacturer and Practical Machine Maker.
  Illustrated by large drawings of the best Power-Looms. 8vo., $7.50


=WEATHERLY.=—=TREATISE ON THE ART OF BOILING SUGAR, CRYSTALLIZING,
LOZENGE-MAKING, COMFITS, GUM GOODS=,

  And other processes for Confectionery, &c. In which are explained, in
  an easy and familiar manner, the various Methods of Manufacturing
  every description of Raw and Refined sugar Goods, as sold by
  Confectioners and others, $2.00


=WILL.=—=TABLES FOR QUALITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS.=

  By Prof. HEINRICH WILL, of Giessen, Germany. Seventh edition.
  Translated by CHARLES F. HIMES, Ph. D., Professor of Natural Science,
  Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., $1.25


=WILLIAMS.=—=ON HEAT AND STEAM=:

  Embracing New Views of Vaporization, Condensation, and Expansion. By
  CHARLES WYE WILLIAMS, A. I. C. E. Illustrated. 8vo., $3.50

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operating in a variety of industries, including government, legal, law
enforcement, financial services, healthcare and recruitment.



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