me comparatively useless.
The adjustable shoes are attached to supplemental bars, which are hinged to the radial arms D, and are also connected thereto by springs which permit adjustment of the pressure.
Miscellaneous Machines. The following are diverse in their construction from those previously cited, and are not strictly referable to either of the classes, while partaking of some of the features of the pan and the barrel process.
Charles, September 25, 1866.
The inclined panners B are suspended by rods from the frame, and are oscillated by machinery.
They discharge into a trough which leads the oredust and water to a grindingpan.
The ore and water enter the eye of the runner, and pass between it and the bed-plate to the periphery, at which they are discharged by a spout to a series of amalgamating-boxes, each of which consists of a case R containing a series of copper pans placed in vertical series.
The upper muller L h
t, estimated at a little over 6,100 tons, there was no through penetration, and the turret was found to revolve with the same facility as before the shot was fired.
None of the gun fittings or gear were injured in any way. The kid, the rabbit, and the lien looked dazed, but they had sustained no other injury.
The German navy has the following iron-clads: King William, 345 feet long, 58 1/2 feet beam, covered with 8-inch iron-plates and 20 inches of elastic wood; it has 23 guns.
Prince Frederick Charles, 282 1/4 feet long, 52 3/4 feet beam, protected by 5 inches of iron and 15 inches of elastic wood cushioning; carries 16 guns.
Crownprince is 277 3/4 feet long, 48 1/2 feet beam, covered with 4 1/2 to 5 inches of iron and 10 inches of elastic cushioning; bears 16 guns.
Arminius is 194 feet long, 35 feet beam, covered with 4 1/2 inches of iron and 9 inches of cushioning; bears 4 guns.
Prince Adalbert is 154 feet long, has 4-inch iron-plates, 8 inches of cushion, and carries 3 guns