ly Magazine, London, June 1, 1805.
In 1803 – 4, Winsor lighted the Lyceum Theater and took out a patent for lighting streets by gas. He established the first gas-company.
In 1804 – 5, Murdoch lighted the cotton-factory of Philips and Lee, Manchester, the light being estimated as equal to 3,000 candles.
This was the largest undertaking up to that date.
In 1807, Winsor lighted one side of Pall Mall, London; the first street lighting.
Westminster Bridge was lighted in 1813.
B is the form of gutter, scored out of a solid piece of timber, which was used in the London Crystal Palace of 1861.
It was supported on the upper flanges of the main trusses.
C is the arrangement adopted at the Smithfield Market, Manchester, England.
The principal rafter a and tie b rest on the cast-iron gutter c, which is supported by the column d.
D exhibits several forms of top and side gutters worked out of the solid.
4. (Hydraulic Engineering.) A device (E,