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MR. WILKINSON'S PATENT BOILER. fore. The advantage in these boilers con(With a Plate.)
fifts in their being of greater lengths than. WILKINSON, FSQ. of Wilkinson's without flues on the outside ;-the fire Wharf, Rotherhithe, obtained a Patent being applied solely to the bottom in the for his newly invented Boilers.
one case, and in the other with the return These Boilers, instead of being made through the water ; which admits the boiler either round, or of a short oblong Square, to be made of half the breadth. - The with flues round the outside, and the fire length and breadth of thefe boilers, and applied as in the common method, are by number of fire-places, mạy be varied at nie made of great length, without any flues pleasure. round the outside, and 'the fire more uni Reference to Fig. 1 and 2. formly applied, as Mewn by the annexed Fig. 1, is a horizontal sectioil, and Fig. drawings.--Fig. 1, is a horizontal fe&tion, 2, a vertical section of a covered boiler 60 and fig. 2, a vertical lection of a boiler, feet in length and 6 feet in breadth; —Q, 60 feet in length, and 6 feet in breadth. fhews the situation of the fire-grates ; The heat from the flues, passing uniformly be the flues which convey the heat through along the bottom, rises up at one end, and the water, and go to the chimney C ; -7, returning by flues passing through the wa- d, the capacity in the boiler for water and ter to the other end, opens into the chimney fteam;--, divisions into which liquids which carries off the smoak.-Fig. 3. is a are conveyed to supply the boiler, and to horizontal sestion of another boiler 60 feet defend thote parts from the fire. in length and 12 feet in breadth, with two
Reference to Fig. 3. partition walls underneath, dividing its Fig. 3, is a horizontal section of an bottom longitudinally into three spaces. open builer, 60 feet in length and 12 feer The heat from the fires, which are placed in in breadtlı ;-a, the fire-grates ; -- be the the two outer spaces, passing along the fue under the builer, that receives the bottom to one end, returns back through heat from the grates, and goes to the the middle space, under the bottom, to the chimney c. other end, opening into the chimney as be
LIST OF DISEASES IN LONDON.
Account of Diseases in an Eastern District of London, from 20th of Aug. to 20th of September.
2 3 1
No. of Cafes. Gastrodynia
4 Dysenteria Quotidian
1 1 Colica Pneumonia
3 Colica Pictonum Catarrhus
2 Dolor Nephriticus Acute Rheumatisın
2 Menorrhagia CHRONIC DISEASES.
Prolapsus Vagina Asthma
Cancer in Utero
9 Phtbilis Pulmonalis
i Hysteria Vertigo
4 Scrophula Syncope
3 Herpes Palpitatio