ide is intended for the river Seine transportation between Havre and Paris.
Both ship and barge are fitted with the Tellier refrigerating apparatus, in which a low degree of temperature is imparted to an air-blast which passes around large plates cooled by the expanded vapor of methylated spirit.
See ice-making, pages 1164-68, and Plate XXVI.
Some of these refrigerating devices employ ice, and others cool the air by the expansion of previously condensed vapor.
See also refrigerator, pages 1910, 1911.
（Bookbinding.) Cutting simultaneously a pile of books which are as yet uncovered, that is, are out of boards.
（Coal-mining.) The large coal-breaking rollers at the mines.
The lump coal is dropped through holes in the platform into a hopper, thence between a pair of heavy rollers known as steamboat-rollers, as they give the first rough