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ints. See rope-elevator. See also under the following heads:— Balance-crane.Cant-hook. Barton.Capstan. Block.Cargo-jack. Bracket-crab.Catadrome. Brake.Cat-head. Brick and mortar elevator.Cat-tackle. Check-hook. Bricklayer's hoist.Chevrette. Bucket.Chinese windlass. Cage.Claw for suspending tackle. Can-hook. Cog and round.Lift-hammer. Cotton-elevator.Lifting-apparatus. Crab.Lifting-jack. Crampoons.Lifting-screw. Crane.Loader. Cuddy.Lock. Canal Davit.Man-engine. Derrick.Masting-shears. Differential windlass.Mouline. Dolly.Movable ladder. Draft-engine.Needle. Drop.Overhead-crane. Drop-table.Parbuckle. Elevating-block.Plate-hoist. Elevating-clutch.Pneumatic hoist. Elevating-screw.Portable derrick. Elevator.Pulley. Field-derrick.Purchase. Fork.Rigger. Foundry-crane.Rotary crane. Furnace-hoist.Sack-hoist. Gibbet.Sack-lifter. Gin.Safety-cage. Gipsy-winch.Sheet. Glosso-comon.Sheer-hulk. Grain-elevator.Sheers. Gripe.Sitde-winch. Hay.Skid. Hay
latform.5,694 Refrigerator.8Gondola.6,733 First-class Railway carriage, Moscow and Koorsk Railway, Russia. (Built at the Company's Works, Moscow.) Double-bot'm gondola.125Construction.162 Double deck.80Steam shovels.52 Hay (box).75Derrick.8 Stock.2,415Hand.149 Ore and coal, 8-wheel.3,126—— Ore and coal, 4-wheel.3,226Total.371 Oil-tank (60 barrels).250 Oil-tank (64 barrels).300 ——— Total.35,531 Making whole number of cars built by carmanufactur-ing companies during year 43Combination.407 Baggage and express.84Oil and coal, 8-wheel.3,119 Baggage and mail.27Oil and coal, 4-wheel.3,201 Baggage.101Stock.1,452 Postal.19Oil-tank (64 barrels).105 Paymaster.6Construction.385 Caboose.831Hand.828 Box or house.5,673Derrick.14 Platform.2,643Snow-plows.19 Gondola.2,543Service or pole.50 Grain.129——— Whole number of cars built by railway companies.22,345 The following cars were built for narrow-gage roads, namely, three feet to three and a half gage,