Automobile Torpedoes

By Franklyn J. Drake, Lieutenant, U. S. Navy, Inspector of Ordnance, Torpedo-Boats
January 1893
THE HOWELL TORPEDO, PRESENT AND FUTURE EFFICIENCY OF AUTOMOBILES IN GENERAL, AND PROBABLE TYPE OF FUTURE TORPEDO CRUISER AND DESTROYER.Three Lectures delivered to the Officers in attendance at the Naval ...

Notes on the Literature of Explosives

Charles E. Munroe
January 1893
No. XXIV. On account of its value, we reproduce at length, from the J. Soc. Chem. Ind. II, 203-212, 1892, Oscar Guttmann's paper on "The Dangers in the Manufacture of ...

Discussion: Naval Signaling

A. P. Niblack
January 1893
Lieutenant S.A. Staunton, U.S. Navy.—Mr. Niblack advances many views with regard to signaling in which I heartily concur, and a number to which with equal heartiness I take exception; and ...

Professional Notes

January 1893
Report on the Test of a 14-Inch Nickel Steel Harveyed Armor PlateBy Ensign R. B. Dashiell, U.S.N., Inspector of Ordnance, in Charge of the Naval Proving Ground[Published by permission of ...

Book Notices

January 1893
The Captain of the Mary Rose; A Tale of To-morrow. By W. Laird Clowes, Member of the U. S. Naval Institute. The Tower Publishing Company, London.The author of this very ...

Bibliographic Notes

January 1893
AMERICAN.CASSIER’S MAGAZINE.Volume III., No. 13, November, 1892. The Analysis of Cylinder Deposits. The Life and Inventions of Edison.No. 14, December. The Electric Search Light.An illustrated popular article.The Life and Inventions ...

Special Notice

January 1893
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1894.A prize of one hundred dollars, with a gold medal, is offered by the Naval Institute for the best essay presented on any subject pertaining to ...

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