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r, Berlin and Potsdam, Prussia.
s, London and Blackwall, England.
t, Manchester and Birmingham, England.
u, Saint-Etienne to Lyon, France.
v, Wilmington and Susquehannaeven a majority of experts were in favor of the use of stationary engines on the Liverpool and Manchester road, and it was not until after George Stephenson with his Rocket had practically demonstratee following figures of foreign rainfall:—
The first application of steam to this purpose is due to Sir William Fairbairn, of Manchester, England.
He employed a movable horizontal die, in conjunction with a fixed die at the head of anrods are secured with screw-bolts and nuts or gibs and keys.
The roof of Smithfield Market, Manchester, is one of the simplest forms (21, Fig. 4423); its total width is 244 feet, covered by two out