Getting Gold A Gold-Mining Handbook for Practical Men
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Getting Gold A Gold-Mining Handbook for Practical Men
By J. C. F. (Joseph Colin Frances) Johnson
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Table of Contents
  • GETTING GOLD.
    • GRIFFIN’S STANDARD PUBLICATIONS.
  • GETTING GOLD:
    • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
    • PUBLISHERS’ NOTE TO THE THIRD EDITION
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I
        • INTRODUCTORY. GETTING GOLD
      • INTRODUCTORY. GETTING GOLD
      • CHAPTER II
        • GOLD PROSPECTING
      • GOLD PROSPECTING
      • CHAPTER III
        • LODE OR REEF PROSPECTING
      • LODE OR REEF PROSPECTING
      • CHAPTER IV
        • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
      • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
      • CHAPTER V
        • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
      • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
      • CHAPTER VI
        • GOLD EXTRACTION
      • GOLD EXTRACTION
      • CHAPTER VII
        • GOLD EXTRACTION
      • GOLD EXTRACTION
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • CALCINATION OR “ROASTING” OF ORES
      • CALCINATION OR “ROASTING” OF ORES
      • CHAPTER IX
        • MOTOR POWER AND ITS TRANSMISSION
      • MOTOR POWER AND ITS TRANSMISSION
      • CHAPTER X
        • COMPANY FORMATION AND OPERATIONS
      • COMPANY FORMATION AND OPERATIONS
      • CHAPTER XI
        • RULES OF THUMB
      • RULES OF THUMB
      • CHAPTER XII
        • RULES OF THUMB
      • RULES OF THUMB
      • APPENDIX
    • CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCTORY. GETTING GOLD
    • INTRODUCTORY. GETTING GOLD
    • CHAPTER II
      • GOLD PROSPECTING
    • GOLD PROSPECTING
    • CHAPTER III
      • LODE OR REEF PROSPECTING
    • LODE OR REEF PROSPECTING
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
    • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
    • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD
    • CHAPTER VI
      • GOLD EXTRACTION
    • GOLD EXTRACTION
    • CHAPTER VII
      • GOLD EXTRACTION
    • GOLD EXTRACTION
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • CALCINATION OR “ROASTING” OF ORES
    • CALCINATION OR “ROASTING” OF ORES
    • CHAPTER IX
      • MOTOR POWER AND ITS TRANSMISSION
    • MOTOR POWER AND ITS TRANSMISSION
    • CHAPTER X
      • COMPANY FORMATION AND OPERATIONS
    • COMPANY FORMATION AND OPERATIONS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • RULES OF THUMB
    • RULES OF THUMB
    • CHAPTER XII
      • RULES OF THUMB
    • RULES OF THUMB
    • APPENDIX
  • GETTING GOLD
    • CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCTORY
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • CHAPTER II
      • GOLD PROSPECTING—ALLUVIAL AND GENERAL
    • GOLD PROSPECTING—ALLUVIAL AND GENERAL
    • CHAPTER III
      • LODE OR REEF PROSPECTING
    • LODE OR REEF PROSPECTING
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD—AURIFEROUS LODES
    • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD—AURIFEROUS LODES
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD—AURIFEROUS DRIFTS
        • “THE DEPOSITION OF GOLD.
      • “THE DEPOSITION OF GOLD.
    • THE GENESIOLOGY OF GOLD—AURIFEROUS DRIFTS
      • “THE DEPOSITION OF GOLD.
    • “THE DEPOSITION OF GOLD.
    • CHAPTER VI
      • GOLD EXTRACTION
        • NEW METHOD OF SEPARATING GOLD FROM IMPURE AMALGAM.
      • NEW METHOD OF SEPARATING GOLD FROM IMPURE AMALGAM.
    • GOLD EXTRACTION
      • NEW METHOD OF SEPARATING GOLD FROM IMPURE AMALGAM.
    • NEW METHOD OF SEPARATING GOLD FROM IMPURE AMALGAM.
    • CHAPTER VII
      • GOLD EXTRACTION—SECONDARY PROCESSES AND LIXIVIATION
    • GOLD EXTRACTION—SECONDARY PROCESSES AND LIXIVIATION
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • CALCINATION OR ROASTING OF ORES
        • TYPES OF FURNACES OF THE DIFFERENT CLASSES THAT ARE IN ACTUAL USE.
      • TYPES OF FURNACES OF THE DIFFERENT CLASSES THAT ARE IN ACTUAL USE.
    • CALCINATION OR ROASTING OF ORES
      • TYPES OF FURNACES OF THE DIFFERENT CLASSES THAT ARE IN ACTUAL USE.
    • TYPES OF FURNACES OF THE DIFFERENT CLASSES THAT ARE IN ACTUAL USE.
    • CHAPTER IX
      • MOTOR POWER AND ITS TRANSMISSION
        • WATERLESS POWER.
      • WATERLESS POWER.
    • MOTOR POWER AND ITS TRANSMISSION
      • WATERLESS POWER.
    • WATERLESS POWER.
    • CHAPTER X
      • COMPANY FORMATION AND OPERATIONS
    • COMPANY FORMATION AND OPERATIONS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • RULES OF THUMB
        • LIVING PLACES
        • A BUSH BED.
        • NORTHERN TERRITORY HAMMOCK.
        • PURIFYING WATER.
        • TO OBTAIN WATER FROM ROOTS.
        • TO MAKE AN EFFECTIVE FILTER.
        • CANVAS WATER BAGS.
        • MEDICINE CASE.
        • PRODUCING FIRE.
        • TO COPY CORRESPONDENCE.
        • TO PROVIDE A SIMPLE TELEGRAPHIC CODE.
        • A SERVICEABLE SOAP.
        • TO CROSS A FLOODED STREAM.
        • TO MAKE A HIDE BUCKET.
        • TO MAKE A “SLUSH LAMP.”
      • LIVING PLACES
      • A BUSH BED.
      • NORTHERN TERRITORY HAMMOCK.
      • PURIFYING WATER.
      • TO OBTAIN WATER FROM ROOTS.
      • TO MAKE AN EFFECTIVE FILTER.
      • CANVAS WATER BAGS.
      • MEDICINE CASE.
      • PRODUCING FIRE.
      • TO COPY CORRESPONDENCE.
      • TO PROVIDE A SIMPLE TELEGRAPHIC CODE.
      • A SERVICEABLE SOAP.
      • TO CROSS A FLOODED STREAM.
      • TO MAKE A HIDE BUCKET.
      • TO MAKE A “SLUSH LAMP.”
    • RULES OF THUMB
      • LIVING PLACES
      • A BUSH BED.
      • NORTHERN TERRITORY HAMMOCK.
      • PURIFYING WATER.
      • TO OBTAIN WATER FROM ROOTS.
      • TO MAKE AN EFFECTIVE FILTER.
      • CANVAS WATER BAGS.
      • MEDICINE CASE.
      • PRODUCING FIRE.
      • TO COPY CORRESPONDENCE.
      • TO PROVIDE A SIMPLE TELEGRAPHIC CODE.
      • A SERVICEABLE SOAP.
      • TO CROSS A FLOODED STREAM.
      • TO MAKE A HIDE BUCKET.
      • TO MAKE A “SLUSH LAMP.”
    • LIVING PLACES
    • A BUSH BED.
    • NORTHERN TERRITORY HAMMOCK.
    • PURIFYING WATER.
    • TO OBTAIN WATER FROM ROOTS.
    • TO MAKE AN EFFECTIVE FILTER.
    • CANVAS WATER BAGS.
    • MEDICINE CASE.
    • PRODUCING FIRE.
    • TO COPY CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO PROVIDE A SIMPLE TELEGRAPHIC CODE.
    • A SERVICEABLE SOAP.
    • TO CROSS A FLOODED STREAM.
    • TO MAKE A HIDE BUCKET.
    • TO MAKE A “SLUSH LAMP.”
    • CHAPTER XII
      • RULES OF THUMB
        • A TEMPORARY FORGE.
        • SIMPLE WAY OF MAKING CHARCOAL.
        • ROUGH SMELTING ON THE MINE.
        • MISFIRES IN BLASTING.
        • TO PREVENT LOSS OF RICH SPECIMENS IN BLASTING.
        • A SIMPLE MODE OF RETORTING SMALL QUANTITIES OF AMALGAM.
        • TO RETORT SMALL QUANTITIES OF MERCURY FOR AMALGAMATING ASSAY TESTS.
        • A SIMPLE MODE OF ASCERTAINING THE NOMINAL HORSE-POWER OF AN ENGINE.
        • “SCALING” COPPER PLATES.
        • HOW TO SUPPLY MERCURY TO MORTAR BOXES.
        • HOW WATER SHOULD ENTER STAMPER BOXES.
        • POWER FOR MILLS.
        • TO AVOID LOSS IN CLEANING UP.
        • IRON EXTRACTOR.
        • TO SILVER COPPER PLATES.
        • HOW TO MAKE A DOLLY.
        • ROUGH WINDLASS.
        • PUDDLER.
        • A MAKESHIFT PUMP.
        • SQUEEZING AMALGAM.
        • MERCURY EXTRACTOR.
        • SLUICE PLATES.
        • MEASURING INACCESSIBLE DISTANCES.
        • TO SET OUT A RIGHT ANGLE WITH A TAPE.
        • A SIMPLE LEVELLING INSTRUMENT.
        • TO MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF A STANDING TREE.
        • LEVELLING BY ANEROID BAROMETER (Fig. 45).
        • TO DETERMINE HEIGHTS OF OBJECTS.
        • TO FIND THE DEPTH OF A SHAFT.
        • DESCRIPTION OF PLAN FOR RE-USING WATER.
        • COOLING COMPOUND FOR HEATED BEARINGS.
        • CLEANING GREASY PLUMMER BLOCKS.
        • PREVENTING SCALING AND PRIMING IN BOILERS.
        • CLEARING SCALE-STOPPED PIPES.
        • AN EXCELLENT ANTI-FRICTION COMPOUND.
        • TO CLEAN BRASS.
        • A SOLVENT FOR RUST.
        • TO PROTECT IRON AND STEEL FROM RUST.
        • TO KEEP MACHINERY FROM RUSTING.
        • FIRE-LUTE.
        • ROPE-SPLICING.
      • A TEMPORARY FORGE.
      • SIMPLE WAY OF MAKING CHARCOAL.
      • ROUGH SMELTING ON THE MINE.
      • MISFIRES IN BLASTING.
      • TO PREVENT LOSS OF RICH SPECIMENS IN BLASTING.
      • A SIMPLE MODE OF RETORTING SMALL QUANTITIES OF AMALGAM.
      • TO RETORT SMALL QUANTITIES OF MERCURY FOR AMALGAMATING ASSAY TESTS.
      • A SIMPLE MODE OF ASCERTAINING THE NOMINAL HORSE-POWER OF AN ENGINE.
      • “SCALING” COPPER PLATES.
      • HOW TO SUPPLY MERCURY TO MORTAR BOXES.
      • HOW WATER SHOULD ENTER STAMPER BOXES.
      • POWER FOR MILLS.
      • TO AVOID LOSS IN CLEANING UP.
      • IRON EXTRACTOR.
      • TO SILVER COPPER PLATES.
      • HOW TO MAKE A DOLLY.
      • ROUGH WINDLASS.
      • PUDDLER.
      • A MAKESHIFT PUMP.
      • SQUEEZING AMALGAM.
      • MERCURY EXTRACTOR.
      • SLUICE PLATES.
      • MEASURING INACCESSIBLE DISTANCES.
      • TO SET OUT A RIGHT ANGLE WITH A TAPE.
      • A SIMPLE LEVELLING INSTRUMENT.
      • TO MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF A STANDING TREE.
      • LEVELLING BY ANEROID BAROMETER (Fig. 45).
      • TO DETERMINE HEIGHTS OF OBJECTS.
      • TO FIND THE DEPTH OF A SHAFT.
      • DESCRIPTION OF PLAN FOR RE-USING WATER.
      • COOLING COMPOUND FOR HEATED BEARINGS.
      • CLEANING GREASY PLUMMER BLOCKS.
      • PREVENTING SCALING AND PRIMING IN BOILERS.
      • CLEARING SCALE-STOPPED PIPES.
      • AN EXCELLENT ANTI-FRICTION COMPOUND.
      • TO CLEAN BRASS.
      • A SOLVENT FOR RUST.
      • TO PROTECT IRON AND STEEL FROM RUST.
      • TO KEEP MACHINERY FROM RUSTING.
      • FIRE-LUTE.
      • ROPE-SPLICING.
    • RULES OF THUMB
      • A TEMPORARY FORGE.
      • SIMPLE WAY OF MAKING CHARCOAL.
      • ROUGH SMELTING ON THE MINE.
      • MISFIRES IN BLASTING.
      • TO PREVENT LOSS OF RICH SPECIMENS IN BLASTING.
      • A SIMPLE MODE OF RETORTING SMALL QUANTITIES OF AMALGAM.
      • TO RETORT SMALL QUANTITIES OF MERCURY FOR AMALGAMATING ASSAY TESTS.
      • A SIMPLE MODE OF ASCERTAINING THE NOMINAL HORSE-POWER OF AN ENGINE.
      • “SCALING” COPPER PLATES.
      • HOW TO SUPPLY MERCURY TO MORTAR BOXES.
      • HOW WATER SHOULD ENTER STAMPER BOXES.
      • POWER FOR MILLS.
      • TO AVOID LOSS IN CLEANING UP.
      • IRON EXTRACTOR.
      • TO SILVER COPPER PLATES.
      • HOW TO MAKE A DOLLY.
      • ROUGH WINDLASS.
      • PUDDLER.
      • A MAKESHIFT PUMP.
      • SQUEEZING AMALGAM.
      • MERCURY EXTRACTOR.
      • SLUICE PLATES.
      • MEASURING INACCESSIBLE DISTANCES.
      • TO SET OUT A RIGHT ANGLE WITH A TAPE.
      • A SIMPLE LEVELLING INSTRUMENT.
      • TO MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF A STANDING TREE.
      • LEVELLING BY ANEROID BAROMETER (Fig. 45).
      • TO DETERMINE HEIGHTS OF OBJECTS.
      • TO FIND THE DEPTH OF A SHAFT.
      • DESCRIPTION OF PLAN FOR RE-USING WATER.
      • COOLING COMPOUND FOR HEATED BEARINGS.
      • CLEANING GREASY PLUMMER BLOCKS.
      • PREVENTING SCALING AND PRIMING IN BOILERS.
      • CLEARING SCALE-STOPPED PIPES.
      • AN EXCELLENT ANTI-FRICTION COMPOUND.
      • TO CLEAN BRASS.
      • A SOLVENT FOR RUST.
      • TO PROTECT IRON AND STEEL FROM RUST.
      • TO KEEP MACHINERY FROM RUSTING.
      • FIRE-LUTE.
      • ROPE-SPLICING.
    • A TEMPORARY FORGE.
    • SIMPLE WAY OF MAKING CHARCOAL.
    • ROUGH SMELTING ON THE MINE.
    • MISFIRES IN BLASTING.
    • TO PREVENT LOSS OF RICH SPECIMENS IN BLASTING.
    • A SIMPLE MODE OF RETORTING SMALL QUANTITIES OF AMALGAM.
    • TO RETORT SMALL QUANTITIES OF MERCURY FOR AMALGAMATING ASSAY TESTS.
    • A SIMPLE MODE OF ASCERTAINING THE NOMINAL HORSE-POWER OF AN ENGINE.
    • “SCALING” COPPER PLATES.
    • HOW TO SUPPLY MERCURY TO MORTAR BOXES.
    • HOW WATER SHOULD ENTER STAMPER BOXES.
    • POWER FOR MILLS.
    • TO AVOID LOSS IN CLEANING UP.
    • IRON EXTRACTOR.
    • TO SILVER COPPER PLATES.
    • HOW TO MAKE A DOLLY.
    • ROUGH WINDLASS.
    • PUDDLER.
    • A MAKESHIFT PUMP.
    • SQUEEZING AMALGAM.
    • MERCURY EXTRACTOR.
    • SLUICE PLATES.
    • MEASURING INACCESSIBLE DISTANCES.
    • TO SET OUT A RIGHT ANGLE WITH A TAPE.
    • A SIMPLE LEVELLING INSTRUMENT.
    • TO MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF A STANDING TREE.
    • LEVELLING BY ANEROID BAROMETER (Fig. 45).
    • TO DETERMINE HEIGHTS OF OBJECTS.
    • TO FIND THE DEPTH OF A SHAFT.
    • DESCRIPTION OF PLAN FOR RE-USING WATER.
    • COOLING COMPOUND FOR HEATED BEARINGS.
    • CLEANING GREASY PLUMMER BLOCKS.
    • PREVENTING SCALING AND PRIMING IN BOILERS.
    • CLEARING SCALE-STOPPED PIPES.
    • AN EXCELLENT ANTI-FRICTION COMPOUND.
    • TO CLEAN BRASS.
    • A SOLVENT FOR RUST.
    • TO PROTECT IRON AND STEEL FROM RUST.
    • TO KEEP MACHINERY FROM RUSTING.
    • FIRE-LUTE.
    • ROPE-SPLICING.
    • APPENDIX
      • TO FIND LOST PART OF VEIN
        • THE CALCULATION OF ORE RESERVES.[4]
        • ESTIMATING ORE VALUES.
        • CALIFORNIA PUMP.
        • HYDRAULICS.
        • BORING.
        • DURABILITY OF ROPES.
        • DIAMOND DRILLING.
        • TIMBER.
        • LAYING OUT OF AREAS.
        • MENSURATION.
        • MINE SURVEYING PROBLEMS.
        • RAINFALL.
        • NOTES ON BELTING.
        • WEIGHT AND BULK OF MATERIALS.
        • SIGNS AND SYMBOLS USED IN EXPRESSING FORMULAS.
        • ENGLISH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
        • FRENCH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
        • FRESH AND SALT WATER COMPARED.
        • VELOCITY OF FALLING FLUIDS.
        • PRESSURE OF WATER AT DIFFERENT HEADS.
        • TO FIND THE CONTENTS OF A TANK.
        • SIZES AND WEIGHT OF CORRUGATED GALVANISED IRON SHEETS.
        • THICKNESS AND WEIGHT OF GALVANISED SHEET IRON.
        • QUALITIES OF DIFFERENT ROPES EXPRESSED RELATIVELY.
        • THE ATMOSPHERE.
      • THE CALCULATION OF ORE RESERVES.[4]
      • ESTIMATING ORE VALUES.
      • CALIFORNIA PUMP.
      • HYDRAULICS.
      • BORING.
      • DURABILITY OF ROPES.
      • DIAMOND DRILLING.
      • TIMBER.
      • LAYING OUT OF AREAS.
      • MENSURATION.
      • MINE SURVEYING PROBLEMS.
      • RAINFALL.
      • NOTES ON BELTING.
      • WEIGHT AND BULK OF MATERIALS.
      • SIGNS AND SYMBOLS USED IN EXPRESSING FORMULAS.
      • ENGLISH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
      • FRENCH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
      • FRESH AND SALT WATER COMPARED.
      • VELOCITY OF FALLING FLUIDS.
      • PRESSURE OF WATER AT DIFFERENT HEADS.
      • TO FIND THE CONTENTS OF A TANK.
      • SIZES AND WEIGHT OF CORRUGATED GALVANISED IRON SHEETS.
      • THICKNESS AND WEIGHT OF GALVANISED SHEET IRON.
      • QUALITIES OF DIFFERENT ROPES EXPRESSED RELATIVELY.
      • THE ATMOSPHERE.
    • TO FIND LOST PART OF VEIN
      • THE CALCULATION OF ORE RESERVES.[4]
      • ESTIMATING ORE VALUES.
      • CALIFORNIA PUMP.
      • HYDRAULICS.
      • BORING.
      • DURABILITY OF ROPES.
      • DIAMOND DRILLING.
      • TIMBER.
      • LAYING OUT OF AREAS.
      • MENSURATION.
      • MINE SURVEYING PROBLEMS.
      • RAINFALL.
      • NOTES ON BELTING.
      • WEIGHT AND BULK OF MATERIALS.
      • SIGNS AND SYMBOLS USED IN EXPRESSING FORMULAS.
      • ENGLISH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
      • FRENCH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
      • FRESH AND SALT WATER COMPARED.
      • VELOCITY OF FALLING FLUIDS.
      • PRESSURE OF WATER AT DIFFERENT HEADS.
      • TO FIND THE CONTENTS OF A TANK.
      • SIZES AND WEIGHT OF CORRUGATED GALVANISED IRON SHEETS.
      • THICKNESS AND WEIGHT OF GALVANISED SHEET IRON.
      • QUALITIES OF DIFFERENT ROPES EXPRESSED RELATIVELY.
      • THE ATMOSPHERE.
    • THE CALCULATION OF ORE RESERVES.[4]
    • ESTIMATING ORE VALUES.
    • CALIFORNIA PUMP.
    • HYDRAULICS.
    • BORING.
    • DURABILITY OF ROPES.
    • DIAMOND DRILLING.
    • TIMBER.
    • LAYING OUT OF AREAS.
    • MENSURATION.
    • MINE SURVEYING PROBLEMS.
    • RAINFALL.
    • NOTES ON BELTING.
    • WEIGHT AND BULK OF MATERIALS.
    • SIGNS AND SYMBOLS USED IN EXPRESSING FORMULAS.
    • ENGLISH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
    • FRENCH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
    • FRESH AND SALT WATER COMPARED.
    • VELOCITY OF FALLING FLUIDS.
    • PRESSURE OF WATER AT DIFFERENT HEADS.
    • TO FIND THE CONTENTS OF A TANK.
    • SIZES AND WEIGHT OF CORRUGATED GALVANISED IRON SHEETS.
    • THICKNESS AND WEIGHT OF GALVANISED SHEET IRON.
    • QUALITIES OF DIFFERENT ROPES EXPRESSED RELATIVELY.
    • THE ATMOSPHERE.
    • AUSTRALIAN MINING REGULATIONS.
      • NEW SOUTH WALES.
      • VICTORIA.
      • SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
      • WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
      • QUEENSLAND.
      • TASMANIA.
      • NEW ZEALAND.
    • NEW SOUTH WALES.
    • VICTORIA.
    • SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
    • WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
    • QUEENSLAND.
    • TASMANIA.
    • NEW ZEALAND.
    • INDEX
      • USEFUL RULES AND TABLES:
      • A MECHANICAL TEXT-BOOK:
      • MISCELLANEOUS SCIENTIFIC PAPERS.
      • THE STABILITY OF SHIPS.
      • STEEL SHIPS:
      • PRESENT-DAY SHIPBUILDING.
      • MARINE METEOROLOGY,
      • GRIFFIN’S NAUTICAL SERIES.
      • Practical Mechanics:
      • A Manual of Trigonometry:
      • A Manual of Algebra.
      • THE LEGAL DUTIES OF SHIPMASTERS.
      • Latitude and Longitude:
      • A MEDICAL AND SURGICAL HELP
      • GRIFFIN’S NAUTICAL SERIES.
      • KNOW YOUR OWN SHIP.
      • MARINE ENGINEERING:
      • MARINE ENGINEERING RULES AND TABLES,
      • THE CALCULUS FOR ENGINEERS AND PHYSICISTS,
      • MEASUREMENT CONVERSIONS
      • THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER’S REFERENCE BOOK
      • CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS.
      • THE ELEMENTS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING.
      • THE STUDENT’S MECHANICS:
      • FOUNDATIONS OF MECHANICS.
      • FUEL AND WATER:
      • SEWAGE DISPOSAL WORKS:
      • TRADES’ WASTE:
      • SMOKE ABATEMENT.
      • CALCAREOUS CEMENTS:
      • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
      • CENTRAL ELECTRICAL STATIONS:
      • ELECTRICITY CONTROL.
      • A POCKET-BOOK OF ELECTRICAL RULES & TABLES
      • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.
      • ELECTRICITY METERS.
      • ELECTRIC SMELTING AND REFINING.
      • ELECTRO-METALLURGY, A Treatise on.
      • ELECTRICAL PRACTICE IN COLLIERIES.
      • GRIFFIN’S ELECTRICAL PRICE-BOOK.
      • A SHORT MANUAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY.
      • LABORATORY HANDBOOKS BY A. HUMBOLDT SEXTON,
      • OUTLINES OF QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS.
      • OUTLINES OF QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS.
      • ELEMENTARY METALLURGY:
      • Griffin’s Chemical and Technological Publications.
      • Griffin’s Geological, Prospecting, Mining, and Metallurgical Publications.
      • Transcriber’s Notes
    • USEFUL RULES AND TABLES:
    • A MECHANICAL TEXT-BOOK:
    • MISCELLANEOUS SCIENTIFIC PAPERS.
    • THE STABILITY OF SHIPS.
    • STEEL SHIPS:
    • PRESENT-DAY SHIPBUILDING.
    • MARINE METEOROLOGY,
    • GRIFFIN’S NAUTICAL SERIES.
    • Practical Mechanics:
    • A Manual of Trigonometry:
    • A Manual of Algebra.
    • THE LEGAL DUTIES OF SHIPMASTERS.
    • Latitude and Longitude:
    • A MEDICAL AND SURGICAL HELP
    • GRIFFIN’S NAUTICAL SERIES.
    • KNOW YOUR OWN SHIP.
    • MARINE ENGINEERING:
    • MARINE ENGINEERING RULES AND TABLES,
    • THE CALCULUS FOR ENGINEERS AND PHYSICISTS,
    • MEASUREMENT CONVERSIONS
    • THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER’S REFERENCE BOOK
    • CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS.
    • THE ELEMENTS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING.
    • THE STUDENT’S MECHANICS:
    • FOUNDATIONS OF MECHANICS.
    • FUEL AND WATER:
    • SEWAGE DISPOSAL WORKS:
    • TRADES’ WASTE:
    • SMOKE ABATEMENT.
    • CALCAREOUS CEMENTS:
    • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
    • CENTRAL ELECTRICAL STATIONS:
    • ELECTRICITY CONTROL.
    • A POCKET-BOOK OF ELECTRICAL RULES & TABLES
    • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.
    • ELECTRICITY METERS.
    • ELECTRIC SMELTING AND REFINING.
    • ELECTRO-METALLURGY, A Treatise on.
    • ELECTRICAL PRACTICE IN COLLIERIES.
    • GRIFFIN’S ELECTRICAL PRICE-BOOK.
    • A SHORT MANUAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY.
    • LABORATORY HANDBOOKS BY A. HUMBOLDT SEXTON,
    • OUTLINES OF QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS.
    • OUTLINES OF QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS.
    • ELEMENTARY METALLURGY:
    • Griffin’s Chemical and Technological Publications.
    • Griffin’s Geological, Prospecting, Mining, and Metallurgical Publications.
    • Transcriber’s Notes
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