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[Collection of works on electrical engineering. Vol. 2 of 2].

Author: Alexander BainJohn FinlaisonMaurice VergnésAndrés PoeyW R GroveAll authors
Publisher: [1823-1857]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1850
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Bain; John Finlaison; Maurice Vergnés; Andrés Poey; W R Grove; G Mackrell; J W Gann; T Pollock; Francis Ronalds, Sir; Michael Faraday; John Goodman, M.D.; Nicholas Callan; John Tyndall; Peter Theophil Riess; John Stenhouse; John P Gassiot; William Fothergill Cooke; W G Rhind; Andrew Crosse; W H Weekes; Frederick Augustus Abel, Sir
OCLC Number: 672011432
Language Note: Text in English; "De l'application de l'électro-chimie a l'extraction des métaux introduits et séjournant dans l'organisme" and "Tableau chronologique des tremblements de terre ressentis a l'Ile de Cura de 1551 a 1855" in French.
Notes: Collection title devised by cataloger.
Offprints or detached from: Gazette médicale de Paris (Jan. 1855); Philosophical magazine, 3rd series, v. 25 (1844), v. 7, 4th series (1854), v. 9, 4th series (1855), 4th series, v.11 (1856), v. 13, 4th series (1857); Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (1849-1851); Nautical magazine (March 1853); Nouvelles annales des voyages (1855); Annals of electricity, magnetism, and chemistry, v. 2, no. 11 (May 1838), Proceedings of the London Electrical Society (1843), Papers on subjects connected with the duties of the corps of Royal Engineers, v. 5 (1856).
Ms. table of contents bound in at front.
Binder's label: Kelly, binder, 15 Gower Place.
"De l'application de l'électro-chimie a l'extraction des métaux introduits et séjournant dans l'organisme" has ms. inscription: Dr. Noad, with the compliments of the Author.
"Report concerning the observatory of the British Association at Kew, from August 1, 1850 to July 1, 1851" has ms. inscription: Dr. H.M. Noad, with Mr. Ronalds comp.
"Epitome of the electro-meteorological and magnetic observations, experiments, &c. made at the Kew Observatory" and "Report concerning the observatory of the British Association at Kew, from September 12, 1849 to July 31, 1850" have ms. inscription: Dr. H.M. Noad from the Author.
Ms. ink letter from Michael Faraday to Henry M. Noad bound in before "On some points of magnetic philosophy."
"On the action of non-conducting bodies in electric induction" has ms. textual corrections.
"On a method of increasing certain effects of induced electricity" has ink ms. textual corrections and pencil ms. inscription: from the Author.
"On the action of lighting conductors" has ink ms. inscription: Hy. M. Noad, Esq., from the Author.
"On the transfer of mineral substances through various fluids" includes textual corrections and marginalia (some bled).
"Details of an experiment in which certain insects, known as the acarus crossi, appeared, incident to the long continued operation of a voltaic current upon silicate of potass, within a close atmosphere over mercury" has ms. inscription: In testimony of the ...
Description: Items 7-40 of 40 in 1 bound volume : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: [7] An account of some remarkable applications of the electric fluid to the useful arts, with a vindication of his claim to be the first inventor of the electro-magnetic printing telegraph, and also of the electro-magnetic clock / Alexander Bain and John Finlaison (London : Chapman and Hall, 1843) --
[8] De l'application de l'électro-chimie a l'extraction des métaux introduits et séjournant dans l'organisme / Maurice Vergnès et André Poey (Paris : E. Thunot et cie, 1855) --
[9] On some new methods of producing and fixing electrical figures / W.R. Grove (London : Taylor and Francis, 1857) --
[10] On the action upon the galvanometer by arrangements of coloured liquids in a U tube / G. Mackrell, J.W. Gann, and T. Pollock (London : Stewart and Murray, 1850) --
(cont.) [11] The globotype telegraph: a recording instrument, by which small coloured balls are released one-by-one, made to pass over a series of inclined planes, by the force of their own gravity / David Mc.Callum (London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1856) --
[12] Report concerning the observatory of the British Association at Kew, from August 1, 1850 to July 1, 1851 / Francis Ronalds (London : Taylor and Francis, 1852) --
[13] Epitome of the electro-meteorological and magnetic observations, experiments, &c. made at the Kew Observatory / Francis Ronalds (Chiswick : Charles Whittingham, 1848) --
[14] Review of the history and progress of the general systems of lightning conductors employed in the Royal Navy (London : Walter Spiers, 1853) --
(cont.) [15] On some points of magnetic philosophy / Professor Faraday (London : Taylor and Francis, 1855) --
[16] Tableau chronologique des tremblements de terre ressentis a l'Ile de Cura de 1551 a 1855 / M. Poey de la Havane (Paris : E. Thunot et ce, 1855) --
[17] On the identity of the ordinary and voltaic electricity / J. Goodman (Manchester : Harrison and Sale, 1841) --
[18] On a new single fluid galvanic battery, more powerful, and less expensive in the construction and use, than any of the nitric acid batteries / Rev. N.J. Callan (London : Taylor and Francis, 1855) --
[19] On the results of a series of experiments on the decomposition of water by the galvanic battery, with a view to obtain a constant and brilliant lime light / Rev. N.J. Callan (London : Taylor and Francis, 1854) --
(cont.) [20] The polymagnet / Professor Tyndall (London : Taylor and Francis, 1855) --
[21] Report concerning the observatory of the British Association at Kew, from September 12, 1849 to July 31, 1850 / Francis Ronalds (London : Richard Taylor, 1850) --
[22] Report concerning the observatory of the British Association at Kew, from August 9, 1848 to September 12, 1849 / Francis Ronalds (London : Richard and John E. Taylor, 1850) --
[23] On the action of non-conducting bodies in electric induction / Professor Faraday and Dr. P. Riess (London : Taylor and Francis, 1856) --
[24] On a method of increasing certain effects of induced electricity / W.R. Grove (London : Taylor and Francis, 1855) --
(cont.) [25] Some experiments showing the apparent conversion of electricity into mechanical force / W.R. Grove (London : Taylor and Francis, 1856) --
[26] On the relation of diamagnetic polarity to magnecrystallic action / John Tyndall (London : Taylor and Francis, 1856) --
[27] Further observations on associated cases, in electric induction, of current and static effects / Professor Faraday (London : Taylor and Francis, 1855) --
[28] Method of preparing benzoic acid / Dr. Stenhouse (London : Taylor and Francis, 1844) --
[29] On the successful repetition of an experiment in which electrical tension is produced without metallic contact / J.P. Gassiot (London : Taylor and Francis, 1844) --
(cont.) [30] A description of an extensive series of the water battery, with an account of some experiments made in order to test the relation of the electrical and the chemical actions which take place before and after completion of the voltaic circuit / John P. Gassiot (London : Taylor and Francis, 1844) --
[31] Descriptions of an electrical telegraph, and of some other electrical apparatus / Francis Ronalds (London : R. Hunter, 1823) --
[32] Report of the committee appointed by the London Electrical Society to test the action of an instrument invented by Lieut. R.J. Morrison, R.N., and denominated by him a portable magnetic electrometer (London : Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 1838) --
[33] The electric telegraph: was it invented by Professor Wheatstone? / William Fothergill Cooke (London : W.H. Smith and Son, 1854) --
(cont.) [34] The magnet: the life of the mariner's compass / W.G. Rhind (London : Samuel Bagster and Sons, 1853) --
[35] Instructions for the multiplication of works of art in metal, by voltaic electricity, with an introductory chapter on electro-chemical decompositions by feeble currents / Thomas Spencer (Glasgow : Richard Griffin and Company, 1840) --
[36] Assaying by galvanism / Martyn Roberts (London : Stewart and Murray, 1843) --
[37] On the action of lighting conductors / Charles V. Walker (London : Stewart and Murray, 1842) --
[38] On the transfer of mineral substances through various fluids / Andrew Crosse (London : Stewart and Murray, 1842) --
(cont.) [39] Details of an experiment in which certain insects, known as the acarus crossi, appeared, incident to the long continued operation of a voltaic current upon silicate of potass, within a close atmosphere over mercury / W.H. Weekes (London : Stewart and Murray, 1842) --
[40] Remarks on the protection of wood from fire / F.A. Abel (Woolwich : W.P. Jackson, 1856).
Other Titles: Electricity, miscellaneous pamphlets

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