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Cl. 102.

Model of most recent Example of Blast Furnace, with Wrightson's Hydraulic Charging Apparatus, and Whitwell's Patent Hot Blast Stoves and Ovens. Whitwell's Patent Open Stoves for Warming and Ventilating Rooms, Schools, Halls, Hospitals, Asylums, Railway Stations. Five examples.

(1) Exhibitor, Lyons, 1872 (Silver Medal); Vienna, 1873 (Medal for Merit); London, 1874 (Certificate of Merit).

CI. 102.

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with specimens illustrating the excellence of slate as a raw material.

(7) Exhibitors, Vienna, 1873 (Diploma of Merit); Paris, 1875 (Bronze Medal).

Great North of Scotland Granito Company (Limited), The, Granite Quarriers and Polishers, Peterhead, Scotland. Monumental Pedestal and Vase in polished Red Granite.

(8) Lindley, Robert Charles, Quarryman, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Specimens of stones from the Mansfield Quarries. (9)

Bessbrook Granite Works, Flynn, Thomas M. H., Manager, Bess brook, Ireland. Irish Granites, Blue and Grey, polished and fine axed, in Headstones, Monuments, &c., and in polished Columns and Pilasters for building work.

(10) Shearer, Smith, & Co., Granite Merchants and Quarry Owners, and Granite Polishers, DalbeattieGraniteQuarries, Scotland, and 21, Great George Street, Westminster, London, S.W. pecimens of Scotch Polished Granite from their Quarries at Dalbeattie. Also specimens of axed and pick-dressed Granite for Buildings, Docks, Lighthouses, &c., and specimens of Street Paving Blocks. (11)

Hunter, James, Polished Granite Manufacturer, 209, King Street, Aberdeen, Scotland. Red polished granite Monument. (12)

Exhibitor, London, 1862, under the Firm of Robertson and Hunter.

CI 102.

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C1, 102.

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Cl. 102.

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CI. 102.

Macdonald, Alexander, Field, & Co., Workers in Polished Granites (Red, Blue, Grey, and Brown) for all varieties of monumental, architectural, and other purposes. Aberdeen Granite Works, Aberdeen, Scotland. A polished red granite monument, 21 feet high feet square at base, tons weight. (6)

Exhibitors, London, 1851, 1862 (Medals) ; Paris, 1855 (Medal), 1867 (Three Medals).

Cwmorthin Slate Company,

The (Limited), Slate Quarry Proprietors (Joseph F. Sims), 4, Cloak Lane, Queen Street, London, E.C., and Portmadoc, North Wales. Roofing slates.

(13) Exhibitors, Vienna, 1873 (Medal for Merit).

Campbell, Hugh, & Son, Newry Granite Polishing Works, Moor Quarries, Newry. Polished Granite.

(14) Grays Chalk Quarries Company, The (Limited), Chalk Flint and Loam Merchants, Brick and Tile Makers, Lime Burners, Whiting and Paris White Manufacturers, 90, Lower Thames Street, London, E.C. ; (Works) Grays, Essex. Chalk, Whiting, Kilndried Chalk, Gilders' Whiting, Flint. (15)

Exhibitors, London, 1874 (First Class Bronze Medal).

Cl, 103, 104.

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CL. 103.

Ci. 103.

Cl. 103.

Wouldham Cement Co., Portland Cement Manufacturers, and Grey Stone Lime Burners, Offices, 10A, King's Arms Yard, Moorgate Street, London, E.C.; Works, Wouldham-on-the-Medway, Kent, England. Speci. mens of Portland cement and its ingredients in different stages of manufacture. Concrete blocks and other objects made therefrom.

(16) Erhibitors, Moscow, 1872 (Grand Gold Medal); Vienna, 1873 (Medal for Merit); London, 1874 (Exhibitors Medal); Paris Maritime Exhibition, 1875 (Diploma of Honour).

Hollick & Co., Manufacturers of Portland Cement. Greenwich, London. Portland Cement.

(20) Francis & Co., Cement, Whiting, and Plaster of Paris Manufacturers. Offices Vauxhall, London. Works, Cliffe Creek, Rochester. Depôts, Liverpool and Goole. Specimens of Portland, Roman, Medina, and Parian Cement; also of Cement Concrete as used for Building Foundations, Stabling, Paving, and Railway Arches. Samples of Parian Scagliola and decorated Parian. (21)

Exhibitors, London, 1851 (Medal).

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CI. 103.

Cl. 104.

Patent Selenitic Cement Co.(Limited), 21}, Millbank Street, Westminster, London, S.W. Licensors for Improved Method of Preparing Lime for Mortar, for Plastering and Brickwork, and also for Concrete in lieu of Portland Cement.

(17) Exhibitors, London, 1874 (Bronze Medal).

Cl. 104.

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Pike, William Joseph, Clay Merchant. Wareham, Dorsetshire. Raw materials. (22)

Harrison, George King (late Perrens and Harrison), Stourbridge Clay Proprietor Fire Brick and Gas Retort Manufacturer, The Lye and Brettell Lane Fire Clay Mines, and Brick Works, Stourbridge, England. Specimens of Stourbridge fire-clays as raised from the mine, and piece of same after having been subjected to intense heat, showing the small amount of contraction, the portion burnt fitting that unburnt.

(23) Exhibitors, London, 1862 ; Paris, 1867 (Ilon. Mention).

Dunn, Robert, & Co., Clay Merchants Oak Villa, St. Austell, Cornwall.

“ China clay,” in its raw material; also samples, for potting, bleaching, paper manufacturing, and other purposes.

(24) Oakey, John, & Sons, Emery and Black Lead Manufacturers, Wellington Mills, West minster Bridge Road, S.E.

Crude emery tone grain emery ; flour emery prepared for the uses of machinists.

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Cl. 104.

Cl. 103, 517.

C1. 106. METALLURGICAL PRODUCTS.

Lavers, Alfred Hamilton, Cement Merchant, Nine Elms, London. Portland Cement; Test Blocks, &c.; Roman, Keene's, and Parian Cements; Plaster of Paris ; Whiting. Testing Machine to show strength of Cement. (19)

Exhibitor, Vienna, 1873 (Diploma of Merit); London, 1874 (Medal).

Class 110.–Precious metals.
Class 111.-Iron and steel in the pig, ingot, and bar, plates and sheets, with specimens of

slags, fluxes, residues, and products of working.
Class 112.—Copper in ingots, bars, and rolled, with specimens illustrating its various stages

of production.
Class 113.—Lead, zinc, antimony, and other metals, the result of extractive processes.
Class 114.-Alloys used as materials, brass, nickel, silver, solder, etc.

Cl. 110,

508.

CI. 111, 103.

Ci. 111.

Johnson, Matthey, & Co., Metallurgists, near Stourport. Black Plates, Button Iron,
78, Hatton Garden, London, E.C. Articles in Sheet Iron, Tin Plates, Tinned Sheets, Terne
platinum, chiefly for chemical purposes ;
also Plates.

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rare and precious metals.

(30) Exhibitors, Vienna, 1873 (Diploma of
Exhibitors, London. 1851, 1862 ; Dublin, Merit).
1865; Paris, 1867 (highest awards in each

Smith, Frederick, & Co., Wire Manu- Cl. 111. class); Amsterdam, 1869; Vienna, 1873 (Medal

facturers, Caledonia Works, Halifax, Yorkfor Progress in two classes).

shire. Rope wire, rigging wire, telegraph

wire, card wire, reed wire, and bonnet wire; Governor and Company of Copper

samples of iron in its various stages of manuMiners in England, The, Manufacturers

facture into card wire for dressing wool and of Copper, Tin Plates, and Iron, Cwm Avon

cotton, and also superior class of charcoal wire Works, Taibach, Glamorganshire, S. Wales,

for colliery ropes, ships' rigging, reed wire, and 27, Martin's Lane, Cannon Street, London,

bonnet wire, and covered wire for stems of E.C. Tin and Terne Plates, ECC, Cwm Avon

artificial flowers, weaving wire, &c. (34) Charcoal. TB and BI brands.

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Exhibitors, London, 1862 ; Paris, 1867 ;
Exhibitors, Paris, 1855 (Silver Medal);

Moscow, 1872; Vienna, 1873. (Medals.)
London, 1862 (Bronze Medal); Paris (Ma-
ritime Exhibition), 1875 (Silver Medal).

Brown, John, & Co.(Limited), Iron, Steel,

Cl. 111. and Spring Manufacturers, Atlas Steel and Houghton, William Dickson, trading

Iron Works, Sheffield. Armour plates. Naval as Houghton, W.D., Steel Wire Manufac

cngineering. IN MACHINERY HALL. (35) turer, Friars' Green Mill, Warrington. Patent

Exhibitors, Vienna (Diploma of Honour).
Steel Music wire for pianoforte and other pur-
poses ; Patent Steel Rope wire for Colliery, Cammell, Charles, & Co. (Limited), Cl. 111,
Mining, and Agricultural purposes; for Tow- Steel and Iron Manufacturers, Cyclops Steel
ing Hawsers, and for Tramways, Bridges, and Iron Works, Sheffield. Rolled Iron
and other purposes requiring great strength Armour Plate or Plates. IN MACHINERY
and toughness combined. Round Steel wire HALL.

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for watch and clock purposes; for Sewing
Machine purposes ; Steel wire for Drills and

Siemens, Charles William, Civil En- Cl. 111, other tools ; for Needles. Square and flat,

gineer, 12, Queen Anne's Gate, London, S.W. 320, 516. Click, and other shaped Steel wires. Steel

Specimens of Iron and Steel. Models of wire for general purposes. Brass Pinion wire

Furnaces adapted to Metallurgical operations, for gas and meter.

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Glass melting, &c. Pyrometers. (37)
Erhibitor, London, 1862 (Medal); Lyons,

Exhibitor, London, 1862 (Prize Medal);
1872 (Gold and Silver Medals); Vienna, 1873; Paris, 1867 (Grand Prix); Moscow, 1872
(exhibited by mistake in French Department,

(Gold Medal); Vienna, 1873 (Hors Conand thereby disqualified to claim a medal).

cours).

Morewood, E., & Co., Tin and Terne Cl. 111, Baldwin, E. P. & W., Iron Masters and Plate Manufacturers, South Wales Iron Works, 113, 512, Tin Plate Manufacturers, Wilden Works, Llanelly & Cambrian Tin and Terne Plate

Cl. 111,

113.

Cl. 111.

Cl. 111.

Cl. 111.

C1. 111.

Works, Llanelly; Office, Coleridge House, Edge & Sons, Coalport Works Shifnal,
Swansea. Patent Tin and Terne Plates of all Shropshire. Wire Ropes and Chains for
sizes. New patent machines for manufac- | Mining and Engineering Purposes. (43)
turing Tin and Terne Plate and galvanized Exhibitors, London, 1851 (Medal and Cer-
sheet Iron.

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tifi for Ex lence of Workmanship).
Exhibitors under the firm of Morewood and
Rogers, London, 1851, 1862; Paris, 1867.

Ash & Lacy, Meriden Street, Birming-
(Medals.)

ham, and Globe Works, Great Bridge Staf

fordshire. Galvanized, Tinned, Plain, and C1, 111,

Swansea Tin Plate Company, The, Corrugated Iron Sheets, perforated Zinc and 113. Tin and Terne Plate Manufacturers, Swansea Metals, &c.

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Tin Plate Works, Swansea. Tin and Terne

Jessop, William, & Sons (Limited),
Plates.

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Park and Brightside Works, Sheffield. Steel
CI, 111,
Nash, Henry, & Co., Merchants, 12 and

in Bars, Sheets, large and small Plates. (45) 113.

14, Tower Buildings North, Water Street, Hatton, Sons, & Co., Bradley Iron-
Liverpool. Tin and Terne Plates, Black Plate, works, Bilston, Staffordshire, and Broad-
and “ Patent Continuous Roofing Terne water Ironworks, Kidderminster. Charcoal
Plate.

(40) | Sheet Iron and Charcoal Tinplates. (46)
Great Western

Warrington
Iron Co., Soudley

Wire
Cl. 111.

Rope Works,
Newnham. Specimens of Pig Iron. (41) Limited, The, 32, Redcross Street, Liver-

pool, and Warrington. Wire Ropes for
Cl. 111,
West Cumberland Iron & Steel Co.

Mines and Ships' Rigging, &c.; Signal, Sash 100, 101, (Limited), Workington, Cumberland. Illus

and Picture Cord ; Fencing Strand, Plough 103. trations of the manufacture of Iron and Steel,

and very pliable Hoisting Ropes. (47) The specimens include samples of Hematite

Whitwell, Thomas, See Cl. 100, 222,
and other Ores, Coal, Coke, Limestone, Pig

506.
Iron, Spiegeleisen, Granulated Blast Furnace
Slag, Bessemer Steel in the Ingot. Steel The Phosphor Bronze Company
Forgings, Steel Rails, and Rail Sections, Steel

(Limited), Phosphor Bronze Manufacturers
Boiler and Bridge Plates, Steel Railway and Founders, 139, Cannon Street, London,
Chairs (for India), &c. Also Samples illus-

E.C. ; Works, 115, Blackfriars Road, London, trating the Testing of Steel, and the Metal

S. Specimens of Phosphor Bronze, such as lurgy thereof.

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Tools, Locks, Keys, Tubes, Wire, Sheet, Steam
Exhibitors, Paris, 1867 (Silver Medal).

Fittings, Parts of Machinery, &c. (48)

CI. 111.

Cl. 111.

Cl. 114, 264.

MINE ENGINEERING—MODELS, MAPS, AND SECTIONS: TOOLS AND MACHINERY.

Class 120.—Surface and underground surveying and plotting Projection of underground

work, location of shafts, tunnels, etc. Surveys for aqueducts, and for drainage.

Boring and drilling rocks, shafts, and tunnels, etc. Surveys for aqueducts, and for ascertaining the nature and extent of mineral deposits.

Construction. Sinking and lining shafts by various methods, driving and timbering tunnels, and the general operations of opening, stopping, and breaking down ore, timbering, lagging, and masonry.

Hoisting and delivering at the surface, rock, ore, or miners.
Pumping and draining by engines, buckets, or by adits.
Ventilation and lighting.
Subaqueous mining, blasting, etc.

Hydraulic mining, and the various processes and methods of sluicing and washing auriferous gravel, and other superficial deposits.

Quarrying
Class 121.-Models of mines, of veins, etc.

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