Charts and Chart Making

Lieutenant John E. Pillsbury
April 1884
The question of aids to safety in navigation is of great importance to a very large portion of mankind. The merchant who is interested in the vessel or the cargo ...

Notes on the Literature of Explosives

Prof. Charles E. Munroe
April 1884
No. VI.*As it is proposed to continue these Notes from time to time, authors, publishers and manufacturers will do the writer a favor by sending him copies of their papers ...


April 1884
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Professional Notes

April 1884
Air-Refrigerating Machine.Reprinted from a Report made to the Bureau of Steam Engineering by a Board composed of the following officers : Chief Engineer B. F. Isherwood, U. S. N ...

Bibliographic Notices

April 1884
ANNALEN DER HYDROGRAPHIE UND MARITIMEN METEOROLOGIE.Part IX., 1883. Researches in meteorology and ocean physics in the American-Arctic archipelago by various English Arctic expeditions, front 1819 to 1854. Researches in meteorology ...

Additions to Library

April 1884
ADDITIONS TO LIBRARY.EXCHANGES.American Chemical Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, to Vol. 5, No. 5, inclusive.Annalen der Hydrographie u. Maritimen Meteorologie. Nos. 9, 10, 11, 1883.Bulletin of the American Iron and ...

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