By Ernest Shannon, D.E. Winterbone, D.E. Winterbone, Keith Moore
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McCoNNELL thought the engine was one of great interest, and the excellent drawings that were exhibited of it would form a valuable addition to the collection in the Institution; he hoped that some indicator diagrams from the engine would be also supplied, as they would be of particular value from an engine so remarkable for size and speed. 42 116 DOWLAIS IRONWORKS ENGINES. Mr. MENELAUS said he would be happy to supply diagrams of the working of the engine ; it had now continued regularly working six years without any failure, and had proved very satisfactory.
SC'OTT R U S S E L L , ONE OF THE M E M B E R S OF THE COUNCIIL. " I wish I could address myself to the business of this evening with a feeling that the duty which you have devolved upon me were less inevitable, or more worthily performed. We have met to deplore the loss, not merely of one of the Founders of our Society, but, also, of a personal friend, whom we have long regarded with reverence and affection. Had these feelings of affection been alone regarded, perhaps our mournful silence would have formed the most expressive exponent of our grief; but the expression of our grief is the least of our duties.
Mr. MENELAUS said he would be happy to supply diagrams of the working of the engine ; it had now continued regularly working six years without any failure, and had proved very satisfactory. The CHAIRMAN observed thai the engine appeared not to be a condensing one, and enquired the reason for such an engine being made non-condensing. Mr. MENELAUS replied that a high pressure non-condensing engine had been adopted, because of the difficulty in getting a sufficient supply of water for condensing in that situation; it was worked with 60 Ibs.