Page images

Gordon, 636, O. Treatise on Elemental Locomotion, and Interior Communications. By Alexander Gordon. 3d edition. London, 1836.

884 0. Historical and Practical Treatise on Elemental Locomotion, by means of Steam Carriages on Common Roads. By Alexander Gordon. 1st edition. London, 1832. Graham, 795, F. Report upon the Military and Hydrographical Chart of the Extremity of Cape Cod. By Major James D. Graham, U. S. Top. Corps. 1838.

Hachette, 1086, O. Histoire des Machines a Vapeur depuis leur origine jusqu'a nos jours. Par M. Hachette. Paris, 1830. Hallack, 1105, O. Bitumen: Its Varieties, Properties, and Usescompiled from Various Sources. By Lt. H. Wager Hallack, U.S. Corps Engineers. Under the Direction of Col. J. Totten, Chief Engineer. Washington, D. C., 1841.

Hancock, 1057, O. Narrative of Twelve Years' Experiments (1824 to 1836) Demonstrative of the Practicability and Advantage

of Employing Steam Carriages on Common Roads. By Walter Hancock. London, 1838.

Hebert, 652 & 887, O. Practical Treatise on Railroads and Locomotive Engines. 2 copies. By Luke Hebert. London, 1837. Higgins, 764, O. Experiments on Calcareous Cements and Quick Lime. By Benjamin Higgins. London, 1780.

Hodgkinson, 1139, Q. Experimental Researches on the Strength of Pillars of Cast Iron and other Materials. By Eaton Hodgkinson Esq. London, 1840.

Holtzapffel, 1088, O. A New System of Scales of Equal Parts. Applicable to the various purposes of Engineering, Architectu ral and General Science. By Charles Holtzapffel. London, 1838.

Johnson, 993, O. A Report to the Navy Department of the United States, on American Coals applicable to Steam Navigation, &c. By Walter R. Johnson. Washington City, 1844. La Lande, 12 & 999, F. Des Canaux de Navigation et specialement du Canal de Languedoc. 2 copies. Par M. de La Lande. Paris, 1778.

Landmann, 771, O. The Field Engineer's Vade Mecum. By J. Landmann. London, 1802.

Lardner, 522, O. The Steam Engine Familiarly Explained. By Rev. Dionysius Lardner. Philadelphia, 1836.

Leach, 754, O. A Treatise of Universal Inland Navigation and Use of All Sorts of Mines. By Edward Leach. London.

London-Parliamentary Documents:

354, F. Report of Committee on Wet Docks.

693, O.


Reports on Broad Wheels and Turnpike Roads. Reports of the Commissioners for Making and Maintaining the Caledonian Canal. 2 vols.

743, F.

827, F. Reports from Committee on the Highways and Turnpike Roads in England and Wales. 4 vols.

1032, F. Report of the Commissioners on Metropolis Improvement.-1st. 1844.

1033, F.

Second Report of Committee on Improvements of

the Port of London.

1034, F. Bridge. 1038, F.

of Refuge.

Report of the Select Committee on the London 1801.

Report of the Commissioners upon the Harbors 1845.

1039, F. Papers Relating to the Public Works of Canada.


1041, F.

1045, F.

Report on Steam Vessel Accidents. 1839.

Minutes of the Evidence taken before the Committee on the Bill for Making Wet Docks, Basins, Cuts, and other Works, &c., at the Port of London.


Long, 441, O. Proceedings of the Board of Engineers of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, from its organization to

its dissolution. By Col. S. H. Long & W. G. M'Neill. Baltimore, 1930.

M'Adams, 82, O. Remarks on the Present System of Road-making, &c. By John Loudon M'Adams. London, 1824.

83, O. Observations on the Management of Trusts for the care of Turnpike Roads. By John L. M'Adams. London, 1825.

M'Williams, 1014, Q. Essay on the Origin and Operation of the Dry-Rot, with a View to its Prevention or Cure: to which are annexed Suggestions on the Cultivation of Forest Trees, &c. By Robert M'Williams. London, 1818.

Macneill, 1136, Q. The Resistance of Water to the Passage of Boats upon Canals, and other Bodies of Water; being the Results of Experiments made by John Macneill Esq., C. E. London, 1833.

Mahan, 643, O. Elementary Course of Civil Engineering, for the use of the Cadets of the U. S. Military Academy. By D.

H. Mahan. New York, 1838.

Marestier, 487, Q. Mémoire sur les Bateux à Vapeur des Etats-Unis d'Amerique. Par M. Marestier. Paris, 1824.

Martin, 794, Q. Description du Pont Suspendu, construit sur la Garonne à Langon. Par P. D. Martin. Paris, 1832.

Massachusetts, 1090, O. Annual Reports of the Railroad Corporations of Massachusetts. 1837 to 1845, inclusive.

1104, O. Tables of the Bearings, Distances, Latitudes, Longitudes, &c., Ascertained by the Astronomical and Trigonometrical Survey of Massachusetts. Boston, 1846. Matthews, 505, O. Hydraulia: An Historical Account of the Water Works of London, and the Contrivances for Supplying other great Cities in different ages and countries. By William Matthews. London, 1835.

Menard, 893, Q. Leçons Faites sur les Chemins de Fer; à l'ecole des Ponts et Chaussées. Par M. Menard. Paris, 1834. Mifflin, 566, D. Methods of Location, or Modes of Describing and Adjusting Railway Curves and Tangents. By Samuel W. Mifflin. Philadelphia, 1837.

Millington, 722, O. Elements of Civil Engineering. By J. Millington. Philadelphia, 1839.

Morin, 736, Q. Expériences sur les Roues Hydrauliques a axe Vertical Appelées Turbines. Par Arthur Morin. Metz, 1838. 1126, Q. Expériences sur l'Adhérence des Pierres et des Briques posées en bain de Mortier ou Scellées en Platre, &c. Faites a Metz, en 1834. Par Arthur Morin. Paris, 1838. 1127, Q. Nouvelles Expériences sur le Frottement. Faites a Metz, en 1831, 1832, 1833. Par Arthur Morin. Paris, 1833-4-5.

Mudge, 760, Q. A Trigonometrical Survey of England and Wales, from 1784 to 1799. By Captain W. Mudge & J. Dalby. 2 vols. London, 1799 and 1801.

Muller, 757, O. A Treatise containing the Elementary part of Fortification. By John Muller. London, 1746.

Murray, 480, O. A Treatise on Practical Surveying and Topographical Plan Drawing. By John Murray. London, 1829. Navier, 656, O. Résumé des Leçons Données a l'Ecole des Ponts

et Chaussées, sur l'Application de la Mécanique a l'etablis sement des Constructions et des Machines. Par M. Navier. 2 tomes. Paris, 1833.

Navier, 738, F.

Architecture Hydraulique. Par Belidor.


Notes et Additions, par M. Navier. 4 tomes. Paris, 1819. Needles, 395, Q. The Mechanical Trigonometer. (In Manuscript.)

By John Needles. Maryland, 1793.

New York Canal Commissioners, 356, O. The Official Reports of the Canal Commissioners of the State of New York, and the Acts of the Legislature respecting Navigable Communications between the Great Western and Northern Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean, with Perspicuous Maps and Profiles. Published at the Request of the Board of Canal Commissioners. Newburgh, 1817.

New York Canals, 881, O.

Laws of the State of New York in relation to the Erie and Champlain Canals, together with the Annual Reports of the Canal Commissioners, and other Documents requisite for a Complete History of those Works. Also, Correct Maps, delineating the Routes of the Erie and Champlain Canals, and designating the Lands through which they pass. 2 vols. Albany, 1825.

Nichols, 200, O. Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals, and Railways of Great Britain. London, 1831.

Osborne, 983, D. The London and Birmingham Railway Guide, illustrated with Engravings and Maps. By E. C. & W. Osborne. Birmingham.

Pambour, 543 & 591, O. A Practical Treatise on Locomotive Engines upon Railroads. By Chev. F. M. G. de Pambour. 2 copies. Philadelphia, 1836.

Partington, 552, O. A Descriptive Account of the Steam Engine, and on Steam Navigation. By Charles F. Partington. London, 1836.

Pasley, 698, O. Observations on Limes, Calcareous Cements, Mortars, Stuccos, and Concrete. By C. W. Pasley. London, 1838.

Phillips, 766, O. A General History of Inland Navigation. By J. Phillips. London, 1792.

Pim, 1121, O. Atmospheric Railway: A Letter to the Rt. Hon. Earl of Ripon, President of the Board of Trade, &c. By James Pim. London, 1841.

Pitman, 1067, O. Succinct Views and Analysis of Authentic In formation extant in Original Works on the Practicability of Joining the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, by a Ship Canal across the Isthmus of America. By Robert Birks Pitman. London, 1825.

Pope, 211, O. A Treatise on Bridge Architecture. By Thomas Pope. New York, 1811.

Poussin, 890, Q. Chemins Fer Americains; Historique de leur Construction. Par Gm. Tell Poussin. Paris, 1836.

1132, Q.

Travaux d'Améliorations Intérieures Projetés ou Exécutés par le Gouvernement Général des États-Unis d'Amerique, de 1824 a 1831. Par Gm. Tell Poussin. Avec Atlas. Paris, 1834.

Renwick, 31, O. Treatise on the Steam Engine. By James Renwick. New York, 1830.

Sganzin, 632, O. Elementary Course of Civil Engineering. Translated from the French of M. J. Sganzin. Boston, 1837. Shriver, 537, O. Survey and Examination relative to the Chesapeake & Ohio, and Ohio & Lake Erie Canals. By J. Shriver. Baltimore, 1824.

Simms, 550, O. Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Leveling. By F. W. Simms. London, 1837.

651, F. Public Works of Great Britain. By F. W. Simms. London, 1838.

Smeaton, 29, Q. Reports of the late John Smeaton, F. R. S., made on Various Occasions in the Course of his Employment as a

[blocks in formation]

Stephenson & Locke, 91 & 92, O. Observations on the Comparative Merits of Locomotive and Fixed Engines, as applied to Rail

ways. By Robert Stephenson & Joseph Locke, Civil Engineers. 2 copies. Philadelphia, 1831.

Strickland, 14, Q. Reports on Canals, Railways, Roads, &c., to the Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Internal Improvements. By William Strickland. Philadelphia, 1826.

Stuart, 347, D. Historical and Descriptive Anecdotes of Steam Engines, and their Inventors. By Robert Stuart. 2 vols. London, 1829.

Tanner, 196, D. Memoir on the recent Surveys, Observations, and Internal Improvements in the United States. By H. S. Tanner. Philadelphia, 1829.

« PreviousContinue »