Stevenson Collection list

Rare Books at the National Library of Scotland

A collection of 619 items from the civil engineering firm of Robert Stevenson, which designed and built lighthouses for the Northern Lighthouse Board. Read more about the Stevenson Collection.

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Stev.1(1) Purdy, John. New and accurate piloting directions for the navigation of the North Sea. Third edition.   London. 1819  
Stev.1(2) Laurie (Richard Holmes] & Whittle [James]. Laurie and Whittle's piloting directions for the eastern coasts of England. Second edition.   London. 1816  
Stev.1(3)   Description of the coasts of Northumberland and Durham.   London. 1819  
Stev.1(4) Whittle, James & Laurie, Richard Holmes. Catalogue of pilots, charts, and other nautical works, printed for, and published by, James Whittle and Richard Holmes Laurie.   London. 1819  
Stev.2 Purdy, John. The new sailing directory for the Mediterranean Sea, the Adriatic Sea, or Gulf of Venice, the archipelage and Levant, the Sea of Marmara, and the Black Sea.   London. 1826  
Stev.3 MacKenzie, Murdoch. A treatise on marine surveying.   London. 1819  
Stev.4 Purdy, John. Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the general chart of the Northern Ocean, Davis' Strait, and Baffin's Bay.   London. 1820  
Stev.5(1) Kenward, J[ames]. A review of lighthouse work and economy in the United Kingdom during the past 50 years. (Reprinted from 'Nature', June 1887.)   Birmingham. 1887  
Stev.5(2) Tyndall, John. A story of our lighthouses. ('The Nineteenth Century', July 1888, pp.61-80.)   n.p. [1888]  
Stev.5(3) Tyndall, John. A story of lighthouses. ('The Fortnightly Review', December 1888, pp.805-828.)   n.p. [1888] Different text from Stev.5(4)
Stev.5(4) Tyndall, John. A story of the lighthouses. ('The Fortnightly Review', February 1889, pp.198-219.)   n.p. [1889] Different text from Stev.5(3)
Stev.5(5) Tyndall, John. On coast protection. ('The New Review', April 1892, pp.430-440.)   n.p. [1892]  
Stev.5(6) Ministere des Travaux Publics. (Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1889.) Notices relatives au service des phares.   Paris. 1889  
Stev.5(7) Blocqueville, Adelaide Louise, Marquis de. Testament de Mme La Marquise de Blocqueville. Le phare d'Eckmuhl sur la pointe de Penmarc'h.   Paris. 1893  
Stev.5(8) Fleischer, M. Relation entre les caracteres des feux et des signaux de brume qui leur sont associes. (Exposition Universelle de 1889. Congres International des Travaux Maritimes.)   Paris. 1889  
Stev.5(9) Ribiere, M. Note sur les feux flottants. (Exposition Universelle de 1889. Congres International des Travaux Maritimes.)   Paris. 1889  
Stev.5(10) Republique Francaise - Ministere des Travaux Publics. Notices sur les appareils d'eclairage (modeles et dessins) exposes dans le Palais de l'Electricite par le service des phares. (Exposition Universelle a Chicago en 1893.)   Paris. 1893  
Stev.5(11) French Republic - Department of Public Works. Notice on apparatus for illumination (models and designs) exhibited in the Palace of Electricity by the lighthouse service. (Chicago Universal Exhibition of 1893.)   Paris. 1893  
Stev.5(12) Kenward, James. Lighthouse apparatus and lighthouse administration in 1894. ('British Association for the Advancement of Science', Oxford, August, 1894. Section G.]   Birmingham. 1894 Duplicate of Stev.5(16)
Stev.5(13) Kenward, James. A note on 'fixed' and 'occulting' optical apparatus for lighthouses. ('Philosophical Society of Birmingham', 1890, pp. 220-227.]   [Birmingham.] [1890] Different text from Stev.5(14)
Stev.5(14) Kenward, James. A note on 'fixed' and 'occulting' optical apparatus for lighthouses. ('Philosophical Society of Birmingham', 1890, pp. 1-8.]   [Birmingham.] [1890] Different text from Stev.5(13)
Stev.5(15) Kenward, J[ames]. A note on hyper-radial and other recent lenses for lighthouse illumination. [Read before the Society, February 14th, 1889.] (Reprinted from the 'Proceedings of the Birmingham Philosophical Society'. Vol. VI., Part II.)   [Birmingham.] [1889]  
Stev.5(16) Kenward, James. Lighthouse apparatus and lighthouse administration in 1894. ('British Association for the Advancement of Science', Oxford, August,1894. Section G.]   Birmingham. 1894 Duplicate of Stev.5(12)
Stev.5(17) The Board of Trade and ship lights. Correspondence between the Board of Trade and Wm Harvie ... on the recent action of the Board of Trade regarding ship lights.   Glasgow. 1893  
Stev.5(18) Harvie, William. Ship lights and Board of Trade. Letter to Thomas Gray, Esq, Assistant Secretary, Marine Department, Board of Trade, showing how the abortive results of the recent ship light competition were occasioned.   n.p. [1873]  
Stev.5(19) Kenward, James. Ship lights & collisions: a paper read before the International Maritime Congress in London, 1893.   Birmingham. 1893  
Stev.5(20) Harvie, William. Recent improvements in ship signal-lights. Letter to Messrs. Chance Brothers & Co. ... in reply to paper of Mr Kenward on recent improvements in ship signal-lights.   [Glasgow.] [1884]  
Stev.5(21) The Board of Trade and ship lights. Correspondence between William Harvie, Lamp Maker, Glasgow, and the Board of Trade.   n.p. [1889] Different text from Stev.5(17)
Stev.5(22) Rochard, John. Electrical communication between light vessels, rock stations, and the mainland.   Dublin. 1893  
Stev.5(23) Forrest, James. Lighthouses: comprising the following papers:- I. The Bishop Rock lighthouses. By William Tregarthen Douglas...II. The illumination by gas of Tory Island lighthouse, Co. Donegal. By David Cunningham Salmond. (Excerpt minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Vol. cviii. Session 1891-92. Part ii)   London. 1892  
Stev.5(24) Kenward, James. Eddystone: (1881) Third issue.   Birmingham. [1891]  
Stev.5(25)   Shoeburyness, November 10th, 1893. [Signed: J.K.]   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.5(26) Johnson, Arnold Burges. Report by Arnold Burges Johnson, Chief Clerk of the Light-House Board, upon the exhibit of the Light-House Board at the world's Columbian Exposition held at Chicago, 1893. (Report of the Light-House Board, 1894. Appendix No. III. pp. 221-262.)   [Chicago?] [1894]  
Stev.6 Phillips, John. The general history of inland navigation. Fourth edition.   London. 1803  
Stev.7 Diston, John. The new seaman's guide, and coaster's companion. ... By John Diston, M Downie ... and Alexander Ingram.   Leith. 1811  
Stev.8 Purdy, John. The Colombian Navigator; or, sailing directory for the American coasts and the West-Indies. 2 vol.   London. 1823, 24  
Stev.9   Hand-book to accompany the nautical guide to the Forth & Tay.   Edinburgh. 1863  
Stev.10 Moore, John Hamilton. The new practical navigator; being a complete epitome of navigation. The 18th edition.   London. 1810  
Stev.11 Stevenson, Alan. Annual list of Northern Lighthouses, beacons and buoys, for 1850.   Edinburgh. [1850]  
Stev.12 Stevenson, Alan. Notice of experiments regarding the visibility of lights in rapid motion. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for April 1842.)   [Edinburgh.] [1842]  
Stev.13 Murray, John. On the North Sea; with remarks on some of its friths [sic] and estuaries ... Edited by Charles Manby ... and James Forrest. (Excerpt minutes of 'Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers', Vol. XX. Session 1860-61.)   London. 1862  
Stev.14 Purdy, John. Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the new chart of the Atlantic Ocean. Fifth edition.   London. 1826  
Stev.15 Rees, John S. History of the Liverpool pilotage service.   n.p. 1949  
Stev.16 Purdy, John. Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the new chart of the Ethiopic or Southern Atlantic Ocean.   London. 1822  
Stev.17 Hills, Graham H. Navigation of the approaches to Liverpool. Third edition.   Liverpool. 1863  
Stev.18 Purdy, John. Memoir, descriptive and explanatory, to accompany the new chart of the Atlantic Ocean. Third edition.   London. 1817  
Stev.19 Denham, Commander H M. Sailing directions from Point Lynas to Liverpool.   Liverpool. 1840  
Stev.20 Chance, James Frederick. The lighthouse work of Sir James Chance.   London. 1902  
Stev.21(1) Walker, James. Report to the Directors (of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway) on the comparative merits of loco-motive & fixed engines, as a moving power. Second edition.   London. 1829  
Stev.21(2) Telford, Thomas. Mr. Telford's report to the Commissioners for the loan of Exchequer Bills. With observations in reply, by the Directors of the said (Liverpool and Manchester) Rail-way.   Liverpool. 1829  
Stev.21(3) Kirwan, Joseph. A descriptive and historical account of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, from its first projection to the present time.   Glasgow. 1831  
Stev.21(4) Booth, Henry. An account of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. Second edition.   Liverpool. 1831  
Stev.21(5) Stevenson, David. Observations on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. (From the Transactions of the Society of Arts for Scotland, as published in the Edin. New Phil. Journ. For March 1835.)   [Edinburgh.] [1835]  
Stev.21(6)   Edinburgh and Newhaven Railway. [Signed: P.N.]   [Edinburgh.] [1837]  
Stev.21(7)   Agreement made the 7th day of May 1839 between John Riddle Stodart, Writer to the Signet, Secretary of the Edinburgh, Leith, and Newhaven Railway Company, on behalf of the said Company, of the one part, and Dr Patrick Neill, of Canonmills ... of the other part.   [Edinburgh.] [1839]  
Stev.21(8) Neill, Patrick. An examination of the 'Reply for the Directors' of the Edinburgh, Leith & Newhaven Railway Company.   Edinburgh. 1838  
Stev.21(9) Neill, Patrick. Remarks by Dr Neill, for the use of his counsel and agents, in his process against the Edinburgh, Leith, and Newhaven Railway Company.   Edinburgh. 1838  
Stev.21(10)   Appendix. Copies of letters, &c. regarding Newhaven Railway.   [Edinburgh.] [1838]  
Stev.21(11) Neill, Patrick. Second statement by Dr Neill, regarding the Canonmills tunnel.   [Edinburgh.] [1841]  
Stev.21(12) Neill, Patrick. [Letter to Edinburgh, Leith, and Newhaven Railway Company in which text begins: On returning home on the 24th current, Dr Neill was much surprised to find the portion of Canonmills Loch adjoining his garden filled up by an embankment of sand and rubbish.]   [Edinburgh.] [1842]  
Stev.21(13) Palmer, Henry R. Description of a railway on a new principle.   London. 1823  
Stev.21(14) Gordon, Alexander. Observations addressed to those interested in either rail-ways or turnpike-roads.   London. 1837  
Stev.21(15) Losh, William & Stevenson, George. Specification of Messrs. Losh and Stevenson's patent for facilitating the conveyance of carriages, goods, and materials, on rail-ways. (From the 'Repertory of Arts, Manufactures, and Agriculture'. No. CLXXX. Second Series. May 1817.   n.p. [1817]  
Stev.21(16) Birkinshaw, John. Specification of John Birkinshaw's patent, for an improvement in the construction of malleable iron rails, to be used in rail roads.   Newcastle. 1821  
Stev.21(17) Mushet, David. Experiments upon cast, and malleable iron, at the Milton Iron-works, Yorkshire, in February, 1843. Read at a meeting of the Institution of Civil Engineers. March 28, 1843.   London. 1843  
Stev.21(18)   Thames Haven Rail-way: with observations on its anticipated advantages.   London. 1835  
Stev.21(19)   Thames Haven Railway Company. (Extract from the 'Public Ledger' of 24th December, 1835.)   [London] [1835]  
Stev.21(20) Reynolds, John. An explanation of a mode of constructing railways on the 'continuous-bearing' principle.   London. 1837  
Stev.21(21)   First Russian railroad from St Petersburg to Zarscoe-Selo and Pawlowsk ... Translated from the German.   London. 1833  
Stev.21(22)   Great Western Railway. Extracts from the minutes of evidence on the London and Birmingham Railway Bill.   London. 1833  
Stev.21(23) Ryley, Edward. A letter to the shareholders in the Great Western Railway, on the fitness of the width of gauge of that railway for the attainment of a high rate of speed and a maximum of profit.   London. 1839  
Stev.21(24)   London & Greenwich Railway. (Prospectus.)   [London.] [1834]  
Stev.21(25)   Remarks on the proposed railway between England and Scotland.   Edinburgh. [1841]  
Stev.21(26) Stephenson, George. Reports on the formation of a railway between Lancaster and Carlisle.   Whitehaven. 1837  
Stev.21(27)   (Proposed) Edinburgh, Berwick, and Newcastle railway.   [Edinburgh.] [1838]  
Stev.21(28) Grainger, Thomas. Observations addressed to the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Edinburgh, relative to the proposed railway ... to be called the Edinburgh, Dundee, and Northern Railway. With remarks on the proposed line ... called the Forth and Tay Western line of railway.   Edinburgh. 1841  
Stev.21(29) Milne, John. Reply to the observations addressed by Mr Thomas Grainger to the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Edinburgh, on the proposed railways through Fife.   Edinburgh. 1841  
Stev.21(30) Milne, John. Reply to the observations addressed by Mr Thomas Grainger to the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the city of Edinburgh, on the proposed railways through Fife. Second edition.   Edinburgh. 1841  
Stev.21(31) Stevenson, Robert. Copy letter, Mr Robert Stevenson, Civil Engineer, Edinburgh, to the Right Hon. the Earl of Leven and Melville. (Concerning proposed pier at Burntisland.)   [Edinburgh.] [1840]  
Stev.21(32)   Remarks on the report, by Messrs Grainger and Miller, on the subject of the proposed railway and tunnel, from Saint Rollox, ... to the Broomielaw.   Glasgow. 1829  
Stev.21(33) Scott, Stephen, and Gale. An examination of Mr G Stephenson's Report, on the two lines of railway projected between Glasgow and Ayrshire ... by Scott, Stephen, and Gale, engineers and architects.   Glasgow. 1837  
Stev.21(34) Scott, Stephen, and Gale. Report by Messrs Scott, Stephen & Gale, as to a railway between Glasgow and Kilmarnock.   Kilmarnock. 1836  
Stev.21(35) Chapman, William. Observations on the most advisable measures to be adopted in forming a communication ... to or from Newcastle and Carlisle.   Newcastle. 1824  
Stev.21(36) Darlington & Stockton Rail-way Committee. A further Report, of the intended rail or tram road, from Stockton, by Darlington, to the collieries, with a branch to Yarum.   Darlington. [1821]  
Stev.21(37) Darlington & Stockton Rail-way Committee. A Report relative to the opening a communication by a canal or a rail or tram way, from Stockton, by Darlington, to the collieries.   Stockton. 1818 Duplicate of Stev.21(38)
Stev.21(38) Darlington & Stockton Rail-way Committee. A Report relative to the opening a communication by a canal or a rail or tram way, from Stockton, by Darlington, to the collieries.   Stockton. 1818 Duplicate of Stev.21(37)
Stev.21(39) Darlington & Stockton Rail-way Committee. A further Report, on the intended rail or tram road, from Stockton, by Darlington, to the collieries, with a branch to Yarum.   Darlington. [1820]  
Stev.21(40)   Observations on the proposed rail-way or tram-road, from Stockton to the collieries, by way of Darlington.   Durham. 1818  
Stev.21(41) Convenery of the Trades of Leith. Resolutions of the Convenery of the Trades of Leith, respecting the proposed Union Canal.   [Leith.] [1816]  
Stev.21(42)   Observations on the prospectus of the proposed Union Canal.   n.p. [1816]  
Stev.21(43) Buchanan, Robertson. Report relative to the proposed rail-way from Dumfries to Sanquhar.   Dumfries. 1811  
Stev.21(44)   Memorial relative to a proposed railway, humbly submitted to His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensferry, and the other proprietors of landed estates situated between Dumfries and Sanquhar, and to the Magistrates of these Royal Burghs.   Edinburgh. 1825  
Stev.21(45) Galbraith, William. Tables to facilitate the computation of cuttings, embankments, &c. required in the construction of canals, railways, drains, &c.   Edinburgh. 1842  
Stev.22   Report of the officers constituting the Light-House Board convened ... to inquire into the condition of the Light-house establishment of the United States.   Washington. 1852  
Stev.23(1) Blondel, Andre. Rapport sur les unities photometriques. (Congres International des Electricians, Geneve 1896)   Lausanne. 1896  
Stev.23(2) Hopkinson, John. The electric lighthouses of Macquarie and of Tino. (Excerpt minutes of 'Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers'. Vol. lxxxvii. Session 1886-87 - part I.)   London. 1887  
Stev.23(3) Wigham, J.R. Lighthouse illumination, fog signals, &c.   London. 1878  
Stev.23(4)   (Extract from description of exhibition of loan collection at South Kensington Museum - pp. 287-294 describing lighthouse models.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.23(5) Bahier, Eugene. Le phare d'Eckmuhl.   Paris. 1897  
Stev.23(6) Kenward, James. Our lighthouses of the English Channel. A paper written for the British Association at Dover, 1899.   London. 1899  
Stev.23(7) Wigham, John R. Petroleum lights for all beacons and buoys. At a scientific meeting of the Royal Dublin Society ... 22nd Jan., 1896.   [Dublin.] [1896]  
Stev.23(8) Purves, John Archibald. The inverse lens, as applied to beacon, buoys' & ships' lights.   [London.] n.d.  
Stev.23(9) Joly, M. de. L'eclairage electrique des cotes de France.   Paris. 1898  
Stev.23(10) Cornaglia, P. Sulla verificazione degli apparecchi lenticolari per fari.   Torino. 1874  
Stev.23(11) Blondel, Andre. Theorie des projecteurs electriques.   Paris. 1894  
Stev.23(12) Ribiere, M. Proprietes optiques des appareils de phares.   Paris. 1894  
Stev.23(13) Ribiere, M. Precision et rendement des appareils optiques de phares.   Paris. 1898  
Stev.23(14) Livermore, William R. Report upon fog-signal experiments. (Report of the Light-house Board, 1894. Appendix No.V.)   [Boston.] [1894]  
Stev.23(15) Douglass, William Tregarthen & Purves, John Archibald. Improvements in dioptric apparatus for lighthouses. (Excerpt minutes of 'Proceedings of The Institution of Civil Engineers'. Vol. cxxxvii, Session 1898-99. Part iii.)   London. 1899  
Stev.23(16) [Purves, John Archibald.] The inverse refractor. [By John Archibald Purves.]   [London.] [1896]  
Stev.23(17) Purves, John A[rchibald.] On the commercial aspect of lighthouse engineering.   [Edinburgh.] [1897]  
Stev.23(18) Purves, John A[rchibald.] Lighthouse engineering at home and abroad. (Proceedings of Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland. Forty-third session - 1899-1900.)   n.p. [1900]  
Stev.24 Nares, Captain. Investigations of the Gibraltar Strait current. (Report from Captain Nares ... to Rear Admiral Richards ... Hydrographer of the Admiralty.)   [London.] [1871]  
Stev.25 MacKenzie, Murdoch. A treatise of maritim [sic] surveying. ESTC T057562 London. 1774  
Stev.26 Chance, James Frederick. A history of the firm of Chance Brothers & Co.   London. 1919  
Stev.27 Reid, William. Reid's coaster's assistant, and seaman's new guide. Sixth edition.   Leith. 1826  
Stev.28 Banister, T Roger. The coastwise lights of China. (Written by order of the Inspector General of Customs by T Roger Banister, Deputy Commissioner of Customs.)   [Shanghai.] [1932]  
Stev.29 Scott, C W. History of the Fastnet Rock lighthouses ... Drawn up by desire of the Commissioners of Irish Lights by C W Scott the Engineer to the Commissioners.   London. 1906 Duplicate of Stev.30
Stev.30 Scott, C.W. History of the Fastnet Rock lighthouses ... Drawn up by desire of the Commissioners of Irish Lights by C W Scott the Engineer to the Commissioners.   London. 1906 Duplicate of Stev.29
Stev.31 [Grehan, Amedee.] La France maritime, fondee et dirigee par Amedee Grehan. Vols.1-4.   Paris. 1837-42  
Stev.32(1)   Draft of the entrance of Christiansand, with the aid of the Oxoe and Odderoe lights.   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.32(2) Bordier-Marcet, J A. Notice sur le fanal telegraphique invente par feu M Ami Argand, de Geneve.   [Paris.] [1813]  
Stev.32(3) [Bordier-Marcet, J A.] [Gravure de maison et manufacture de Bordier Marcet.]   n.p. n.d. Partly torn.
Stev.32(4)   Projet d'achevement du Pont de la Concorde. (Exposition des Produits de l'Industrie.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.32(5) [Bordier-Marcet, J A.] Notice raisonnee des divers objets exposes par Mm. Bordier-Marcet et Cie. (Exposition de l'Industrie Francaise.)   [Paris.] [1834]  
Stev.32(6) Bordier-Marcet, J A. Souvenirs de l'experience faite sur le Pont de la Concorde pendant l'Exposition de l'Industrie Francaise, pour l'achevement monumental et l'eclairage dudit pont.   [Paris?] n.d.  
Stev.32(7) [Bordier-Marcet, J A.] Bordier-Marcet a ses commettants et concitoyens.   [Paris.] [1831]  
Stev.32(8) Bordier-Marcet, J A. Du perfectionnement des phares en France. (Extrait du Temps du 30 Juin 1833.)   [Paris.] [1833]  
Stev.32(9)   Phares des cotes de l'ocean. (Form for filling in details.)   n.p. [Annee 18.]  
Stev.32(10)   Pharse et fanaux. Detail estimatif des depenses annuelles du service de l'eclairage des phares et fanaux des cotes de France.   [Paris.] [1829]  
Stev.32(11) Stevenson, Alan. Notice of a new signal-light for railways. (From the Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal for April 1841.)   [Edinburgh.] [1841]  
Stev.32(12) Stevenson, Alan. Notice of experiments regarding the visilibity of lights in rapid motion. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for April 1842.)   [Edinburgh.] [1842]  
Stev.32(13)   Carte des cotes de France.   [Paris.] 1826  
Stev.32(14)   Rapport contenant l'exposition du systeme adopte par la Commission des Phares, pour eclairer les cotes de France.   Paris. 1825  
Stev.32(15)   Instruction pour le service des phares lenticulaires. (Direction Generale des Ponts et Chaussees et des Mines.)   Paris. 1835  
Stev.32(16) Drummond, Thomas. On the illumination of light-houses. (From the 'Philosophical Transactions'.)   London. 1830  
Stev.32(17) Fresnel, M A. Memoire sur un nouveau systeme d'eclairage des phares.   Paris. 1822  
Stev.32(18)   Lampe a double courant d'air et a plusiers becs concentriques pour l'eclairage des phares, de Mmrs Arago et Fresnel. ('Bulletin de la Societe d'Encouragement'. No. CCIV.)   [Paris?] n.d. An engraving.
Stev.32(19) [Commission des Phares.] Proces-verbal de l'experience faite, le 20 aout 1822, par la Commission des Phares, sur l'appareil lenticulaire a feux tournans destine a l'eclairage du Phare ede Cordouan. (An extract from an unidentified source.)   n.p. [1822] An extract from unidentified source.
Stev.33 Allard, M E. Memoire sur les phares electriques.   Paris. 1881  
Stev.34 Allard, M E. Memoire sur l'intensite et la portee des phares.   Paris. 1876  
Stev.35 Barbier, F & Co. Phares et fanaux lenticulaires signaux sonores, bouees, etc. Notice et serie de prix.   Paris. 1891  
Stev.36(1)   Conic sections. (Extract, pp. 218-262 only, from unidentified reference work.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.36(2)   Dynamics. (Extract, pp. 344-388 only, from unidentified reference work.)   n.p. n.d. Misbound
Stev.36(3) Church of Scotland - General Assembly. To the congregations of Parish Churches and Chapels of Ease ... the representation and address of a of the Church, on the Propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts, and particularly in India. (For the year 1833.)   [Edinburgh.] [1833]  
Stev.36(4) Overton, George. A description of the faults or dykes of the mineral basin of South Wales. Part I.   London. 1825  
Stev.36(5) Reid, D B. Brief outlines illustrative of the alterations in the House of Commons in reference to the acoustic and ventilating arrangements.   Edinburgh. 1837  
Stev.36(6) [Glasgow and Clydesdale Statistical Society.] Constitution and regulatings of the Glasgow and Clydesdale Statistical Society.   [Glasgow.] [1836]  
Stev.36(7)   Royal Warrant for a new and supplementary chapter to the Highland and Agricultural Society for Scotland.   [Edinburgh.] [1834]  
Stev.36(8) Duncan, Henry. Account of the remarkable monument ... inscribed with Roman and Runic letters, preserved in the garden of Ruthwell Manse, Dumfriesshire.   Edinburgh. 1833  
Stev.36(9) Stevenson, Robert & Son. To the Worshipful the Mayor and Common Council of Preston. The Report of Robert Stevenson & Son, Civil Engineers. (Report on proposed development of River Ribble.)   [Edinburgh.] [1837]  
Stev.36(10)   'The Athenaeum'. No. 378. January 24, 1835.   n.p. [1835]  
Stev.36(11)   Answers for the Trustees of the Corstorphin District of Roads, to the petition and appeal of Sir David Dundas, of Beechwood and Belmount.   [Edinburgh.] [1811]  
Stev.36(12)   In the petition and appeal of Sir David Dundas, against the Trustees of the Corstorphin District of Roads. Observations for the Trustees of the Corstorphin District of Roads, on the Report of Mr Andrew Bennet ... 18th Dec. 1811.   [Edinburgh.] [1811]  
Stev.36(13)   Condescendence for Alexander Landells, &c. against Robert Ogilvie, &c.   [Edinburgh.] [1818]  
Stev.36(14)   Summons of reduction, Robert Ogilvie and others, against Alexander Landalls and others.   [Edinburgh.] [1817]  
Stev.36(15)   Suspension Robert Ogilvie, John Hay, &c. against Alexander Landalls and Thomas Oswald.   [Edinburgh.] [1816]  
Stev.36(16)   Revised condescendence for Robert Ogilvie and others, insurers; in the conjoined actions ...between them and Alexander Landells [sic] and Thomas Oswald, on the one part, and the Magistrates of Edinburgh, on the other.   [Edinburgh.] [1818]  
Stev.36(17) Dundas, Sir David. In the appeal to the Trustees for the High Roads within the County of Edinburgh, at the instance of Sir David Dundas ... unto the Honourable the Trustees for the High Roads within the County of Edinburgh, the petition and appeal of The Right Honourable Sir David Dundas of Beechwood.   [Edinburgh.] [1811]  
Stev.36(18)   Defences for James Haig ... and James Brown & John Brown ... to the summons of declarator and damages, Sir George Clerk of Penicuik, Bart, Alexander Cowan ... and others.   [Edinburgh.] [1831]  
Stev.36(19)   Summons of declarator & damages, Sir George Clerk, of Penicuik, Baronet, Alexander Cowan ... and others, against James Haig ... and James Brown, and John Brown.   [Edinburgh.] [1830]  
Stev.36(20) Gillies, Robert Pierce. Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session the petition of Robert Pierce Gillies ... David Lyel &c.   [Edinburgh.] [1814]  
Stev.36(21)   Revised case for Patrick Neill ... in the action of reduction-improbation at the instance of Sir James Gardiner Baird.   [Edinburgh.] [1834]  
Stev.36(22)   Opinions of the Lords of the First Division and of the Permanent Lords Ordinary, in the action of reduction-improbation raised at the instance of Sir James Gardiner Baird ... against Patrick Neill.   [Edinburgh.] [1835]  
Stev.36(23)   Remarks on the fourth finding in the interlocutor, and on the corresponding note, in causa Sir J G Baird v. Neill. [Signed: P.N.]   [Edinburgh.] [1834]  
Stev.37(1)   Report from the Select Committee on Glasgow and Port-Patrick Roads; &c.   [London.] [1824]  
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Stev.138(4) Direction Generale des Ponts et Chaussees et des Mines. Description sommaire des phares et fanaux allumes sur les cotes de France.   [Paris.] [1835]  
Stev.138(5)   Observations sommaires sur les canaux navigables et les chemins de fer.   [Paris.] [1834]  
Stev.138(6) Bordier-Marcet, J A. La parabole soumise a l'art, ou essai sur la catoptrique de l'eclairage.   Paris. 1819  
Stev.138(7) Bordier-Marcet, J A. Notions sur l'areometre centigrade, l'alambic ambulant, et le plaston nautique.   Paris. 1812  
Stev.139 Russell, John Scott. On the nature, properties, and applications of steam, and on steam navigation.   Edinburgh. 1841  
Stev.140 Hills, Graham H. Essay on the hydrography of the Mersey estuary.   Liverpool. 1858  
Stev.141   Report of the proceedings in the Committee of the House of Commons, in regard to the Aberdeen Harbour Bill.   Aberdeen. 1839  
Stev.142 Smeaton, John. The Reports by Smeaton, Rennie, and Telford upon the Harbour of Aberdeen.   Aberdeen. 1834  
Stev.143   Holmes' magneto-electric light, as applicable to lighthouses.   [London.] [ca. 1863]  
Stev.144 Robison, John. A system of mechanical philosophy. Vol. I.   Edinburgh. 1822  
Stev.145 Robison, John. A system of mechanical philosophy. Vol. IV.   Edinburgh. 1822  
Stev.146 Neve, Richard. The city and country purchaser's and builder's dictionary. The third edition, corrected and improved. ESTC T071408 London. 1736  
Stev.147 Bain, William. An essay on the variation of the compass.   Edinburgh. 1817  
Stev.148 Lodge, Professor Oliver J. Signalling across space without wires.   London. [1894]  
Stev.149 Highland Society of Scotland. Prize-essays and transactions. Vol. VI.   Edinburgh. 1824  
Stev.150(1) Neill, Patrick. Considerations regarding the Edinburgh, Leith, and Newhaven Railway.   [Edinburgh.] 1837  
Stev.150(2) Strachan, John. Prospectus of a railway between Edinburgh and the Port of Leith.   Edinburgh. n.d.  
Stev.150(3)   Edinburgh and Newhaven Railway.   [Edinburgh.] [1837]  
Stev.150(4) Findlater, James R. Report relative to the formation of a railway between the towns of Dundee and Perth.   Dundee. 1835  
Stev.150(5) Scott, Stephen and Gale. An examination of Mr. G. Stephenson's Report, on the two lines of railway projected between Glasgow and Ayrshire.   Glasgow. 1837  
Stev.150(6)   Proceedings in regard to the projected Arbroath and Forfar Railway.   Arbroath. 1835  
Stev.150(7) Grainger, Thomas & Miller, John. Report relative to the proposed railway from Arbroath to Forfar.   Edinburgh. 1835  
Stev.150(8) Watt, Peter. Statement shewing [sic] the advantages a great Scotch northern railway company would possess by forming a railway through the counties of Fife and Forfar.   Edinburgh. 1835  
Stev.150(9)   Report of the Directors of the Preston and Wigan Railway Company, to the Company of Proprietors at the General Meeting ... 1831.   n.p. [1831]  
Stev.150(10) Great Western Railway. Extracts from the minutes of evidence on the London and Birmingham Railway Bill.   London. 1833  
Stev.150(11)   An account of the proceedings of the Great Western Railway Company, with extracts from the evidence given in support of the Bill, before the Committee of the House of Commons.   London. 1834  
Stev.150(12)   Extracts from the minutes of evidence given before the Committee of the House of Commons, on the Great Western Railway Bill.   Bristol. 1834  
Stev.150(13) Buchanan, Robertson. Report relative to the proposed rail-way from Dumfries to Sanquhar.   Dumfries. 1811  
Stev.150(14)   London and Southampton Railway. (Evidence collected in support of scheme.]   [London.] [1834]  
Stev.150(15)   The advantages and profits of the Southampton Railway analysed.   London. 1834  
Stev.150(16)   Extracts from the evidence given on the London and Southampton Railway Bill.   [London.] [1834]  
Stev.150(17)   Thames Haven Rail-way: with observations on its anticipated advantages.   London. 1835  
Stev.151(1) Redfield, W[illiam] C. On the gales and hurricanes of the Western Atlantic. (Extract from the 'Nautical Magazine', no.1.)   [London.] [1835]  
Stev.151(2) Redfield, William C. Remarks on the prevailing storms of the Atlantic coast, of the North American states. (From the 'American Journal of Science and Arts', Vol. XX, no. 1.)   [New York.] [1831]  
Stev.151(3)   Meteorological sketches, with an abstract of Mr Redfield's observations on storms, &c.   New York. [183-]  
Stev.151(4) Redfield, W[illiam] C. On the courses of hurricanes; with notices of the tyfoons of the China Sea. (From the 'American Journal of Science and Arts', no.2. vol.xxxv.)   [New York.] [183-]  
Stev.151(5)   Report, &c. relating to the Geological Survey of the State [of Massachusetts].   [Boston, Mass.] [1837]  
Stev151.(6) Biddle, Nicholas. Account of the proceedings on laying the corner stone of the Girard College for Orphans.   Philadelphia. 1833  
Stev.151(7)   Letter from the Secretary of War [of U.S.A.], transmitting a copy of the survey, plan, and estimate for rebuilding the light-house on Brandywine shoals.   [Washington, D.C.] [1836]  
Stev.151(8) U.S.A. - Light-house Establishment. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, in relation to the best mode of managing the light-house establishment.   [Washington, D.C.] [1836]  
Stev.151(9) U.S.A. - Light-houses. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting information upon the subject of executing the law for building light-houses, buoys, &c.   [Washington, D.C.] [1837]  
Stev.151(10) U.S.A. - Light-houses. Report from the Secretary of the Treasury ... transmitting copies of the representations made to him relative to the light-houses of the United States.   [Washington, D.C.] [1838]  
Stev.152   Report of the Committee appointed by the Managing Trustees of the Queensferry Passage, on the fifth April, 1828.   [Edinburgh.] [1828]  
Stev.153(1) Redfield, W[illiam] C. Mr. Redfield in reply to Mr. Espy, on the whirlwind character of certain storms. (Extract from unidentified journal.)   n.p. [ca. 1835]  
Stev.153(2) Booth, Henry. Some observations on the force of the wind, and the resistance of the air.   Liverpool. 1839  
Stev.153(3) Redfield, W[illiam] C. Remarks on Mr Espy's theory of centripetal storms. (From the 'Journal of the Franklin Institute'.)   [New York.] [1839]  
Stev.153(4) Fleming, John. Brief remarks on the expediency of forming harbours of refuge on the east coast of Scotland. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for April 1843.)   [Edinburgh.] [1843]  
Stev.153(5) Russell, John Scott. Report of the Committee on Waves. (From the seventh report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.)   London. 1838  
Stev.153(6) Russell, John Scott. Report of observations on the tidal wave of the River Clyde.   Glasgow. 1838  
Stev.153(7) Russell, John Scott. Researches in aerodynamics. (From the 'Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh'. Vol. XIV.)   Edinburgh. 1837  
Stev.153(8) Whewell, Rev W. Essay towards a first approximation to a map of cotidal lines. (From the 'Philosophical Transactions'.)   London. 1833  
Stev.153(9) Walker, James. On the resistance of fluids to bodies passing through them. (From the 'Philosophical Transactions' for 1828.)   London. 1828  
Stev.153(10) Stevenson, Thomas. Account of experiments upon the force of the waves of the Atlantic and German Oceans. (From the 'Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh', Vol. XVI. Part I.)   Edinburgh. 1845  
Stev.154(1) Coulier, M. Guide des marins pendant la navigation nocturne.   Paris. 1829  
Stev.154(2) Gerstner, M F de. Memoire sur les grandes routes, les chemins de fer et les canaux de navigation; traduit de l'allemand ... par M P S Girard.   Paris. 1827  
Stev.154(3) Dauvin, J.L. Essais topographiques, statistiques et historiques, sur la ville, le chateau, le potr et la rade de Brest.   Brest. 1816  
Stev.155(1) Dupin, Ch[arles] Influence du commerce sur le savoir, sur la civilisation des peuples anciens, et sur leur force navale.   Paris. 1822  
Stev.155(2)   Extrait du catalogue des livres qui se trouvant chez Bachelier ... quai des Augustins.   [Paris.] [ca. 1820]  
Stev.155(3) Masclet, M Le Chevalier. Approvisionnement d'eau de la filature de Rothsay, Ile de Bute, de la ville des usines de Greenock.   Paris. 1830  
Stev.155(4) Fresnel, M Leonor. Memoire sur la stabilite du phare en construction a Belle-Ile. (Extrait des Annales des ponts et chaussees.)   Paris. 1832  
Stev.155(5) Fresnel, M. Leonor. Lettre de M. Fresnel ... a M Bajot. [On lighthouses and beacons.]   [Paris.] [1830]  
Stev.155(6) Direction Generale des Ponts et Chaussees et des Mines. Description sommaire des phares et fanaux ... avril 1833.   [Paris.] [1833]  
Stev.155(7) Administration Generale des Ponts et Chaussees et des Mines. Description sommaire des phares et fanaux ... janvier 1830.   [Paris.] [1830]  
Stev.155(8)   Journal de la Societe Generale des Naufrages et de l'Union des Nations.   [Paris.] [1835]  
Stev.155(9)   Statuten der Noord en Zuid-Hollandsche Redding-Maatschappij, opgerigt te Amsterdam.   [Amsterdam.] [1824]  
Stev.155(10) De la Rue, M C-F Morice. Notice sur la construction du nouveau phare de Barfleur. (Extrait des Annales des ponts et chaussees.)   Paris. 1834  
Stev.155(11) Navier, M. De l'etablissement d'un chemin de fer entre Paris et Le Havre.   Paris. 1826  
Stev.155(12) Dupin, Charles. Notice necrologique sur John Rennie.   Londres. 1821  
Stev.155(13) Bordier-Marcet, J A. La parabole soumise a l'art, ou essai sur la caroptrique de l'eclairage.   Paris. 1819  
Stev.155(14) Bordier-Marcet, J A. Notice descriptive d'un fanal a double aspect.   [Paris.] [1823?]  
Stev.155(15) Fresnel, Mr A. Extrait d'un memoire sur la double refraction. (Extrait des Annales de Chimie et de Physique, 1825.)   [Paris.] [1825]  
Stev.155(16) Direction Generale des Ponts et Chaussees et des Mines. Description sommaire des phares et fanaux allumes ... au 1er avril, 1832.   [Paris.] [1832]  
Stev.156 Rey, Jean. Eclairage des cotes Notice sur un nouveau systeme de phares a reflecteurs metalliques.   [Paris.] 1913 Duplicate of Stev.157
Stev.157 Rey, Jean. Eclairage des cotes Notice sur un nouveau systeme de phares a reflecteurs metalliques.   [Paris.] 1913 Duplicate of Stev.156
Stev.158 Wilkins, W. W. Wilkins Lighthouse Lantern and Lamp Manufacturer to Her Majesty. (A catalogue.)   London. 1851  
Stev.159 Cattolica, Pasquale Leonardi & Luria, Aristide. Fari e segnali marittimi. 2 vol.   Torino. 1916  
Stev.160 Veitmeyer, L A. Leuchtfeuer und Leuchtapparate.   Munchen & Leipzig. 1900  
Stev.161 Rey, Jean. Notice sur les feux-eclairs a l'huile et a l'electricite.   Paris. 1896 Duplicate of Stev.162
Stev.162 Rey, Jean. Notice sur les feux-eclairs a l'huile et a l'electricite.   Paris. 1896 Duplicate of Stev.161
Stev.163   A list of noblemen, gentlemen, and others, who have been attainted, and adjudged to be guilty of high treason, for levying war against His Majesty ... since the 24th day of June 1745.   [Edinburgh.] [1747]  
Stev.164(1) Winsor, F A. Plain questions and answers. Refuting every possible objection against the beneficial introduction of coke and gas lights.   London. 1807  
Stev.164(2)   Contract of copartnery of the Aberdeen Gas Light Company.   Aberdeen. 1824  
Stev.164(3)   Report on the subject of establishing a Gas Light Company in Aberdeen.   Aberdeen. 1824  
Stev.164(4)   Considerations relative to nuisance in coal-gas works ... addressed to the proprietors, feuars ... in the vicinity of the oil-gas works at Tanfield.   Edinburgh. 1828  
Stev.164(5) Maiben, John & Co. A statement of the advantages to be derived from the introduction of coal gas into factories and dwelling houses.   Perth. 1813  
Stev.164(6) Thiville, J G J B Count. An essay on the means hitherto employed for lighting streets, and the interior of houses.   London. 1800  
Stev.164(7) Buchanan, Robertson. An essay on the warming of mills ... by steam.   Glasgow. 1807  
Stev.164(8) Fyfe, Andrew. On the prevention of smoke and economy of fuel by the use of steam.   [Edinburgh.] [1842]  
Stev.164(9) Cleland, James. Letter to the Hon. Mungo Nutter Campbell ... Lord Provost of Glasgow ... respecting the consumption of smoke, in the furnaces of steam engines.   Glasgow. 1825  
Stev.164(10) Williams, CW. Samuel Hall's misrepresentations. A letter from C W Williams ... of Liverpool to John Alston ... of Rosemount, Glasgow, on abating the smoke nuisance.   London. 1843  
Stev.164(11) Chappell, Captain Edward. Report relative to Smith's patent screw propeller, as used on board the Archimedes steam vessel.   London. 1840  
Stev.164(12)   Steam engine. [Abridged history of.] [Signed: D.S.]   [Leith.] n.d.  
Stev.164(13) Glashien, M Daniel. Specification of the patent of John Udny ... for improvement on the steam engine.   London. [1829]  
Stev.164(14) Stevenson, Robert. Account of the explosion of a steam-boiler at Lochrin Distillery.   [Edinburgh.] [1821]  
Stev.164(15) Cleland, James. Historical account of the steam engine.   Glasgow. 1825  
Stev.164(16) Taylor, James. A concise history of the origin of steam navigation.   Edinburgh. 1842  
Stev.164(17)   Avery's rotary engine. (From 'Mechanics' Magazine (Extra)'.)   [U.S.A.] [ca. 1836]  
Stev.164(18) [Committee of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania.] Report of the Committee of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania on the explosions of steam boilers. ('Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania', February 1837.)   [Pennsylvania.] [1837]  
Stev.164(19) Cleland, James. Exemplification of the weights and measures of the City of Glasgow.   Glasgow. 1822  
Stev.164(20)   Report of the Committee appointed by the ... Lord Provost and Magistrates ... of Glasgow to construct and verify duplicates of the imperial standards of weights and measures for that city.   [Glasgow.] 1826  
Stev.164(21) [Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland, ... and from the Convention of Royal Burghs.] Report on weights & measures. By a Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland, and of gentlemen from the different counties of Scotland, and from the Convention of Royal Burghs.   Edinburgh. 1813  
Stev.165   The Edinburgh Magazine, or Literary Amusement. Number XI. Volume XLVII. March 21. 1780.   Edinburgh. [1780]  
Stev.166 Hunter, W Henry. Artificial waterways. [Advance copy.] [International Engineering Congress St Louis ... 1904.]   [St Louis.] [1904]  
Stev.167 Helm, Elijah. The Manchester Ship Canal. [The World's Columbian Water Commerce Congress Chicago 1893.]   [Chicago.] [1893]  
Stev.168 Sandeman, J Watt. Project for a Ship Canal between the Tyne and the Solway Firth. (Excerpt from 'Minutes of proceedings of the North-east Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders', Vol. XXVI, 1909-1910.)   n.p. [1910]  
Stev.169 Elliot, Major George H. Report of a tour of inspection of European light-house establishments, made in 1873. [U.S. Senate, 43d Congress.]   Washington. 1874  
Stev.170(1) Thom, Robert. A brief account of the Shaws Water Scheme.   Greenock. 1829  
Stev.170(2) Peppercorne, Frederick S. A brief description of the various plans that have been proposed for supplying the metropolis with pure water.   London. 1840  
Stev.170(3) [Directors of the Edinburgh Joint Stock Water Company.] Statement by the Directors of the Edinburgh Joint Stock Water Company.   Edinburgh. 1825  
Stev.170(4) [Interim Committee of the Edinburgh and Leith Water Company.] Address by the Interim Committee of the Edinburgh and Leith Water Company, to the inhabitants of Edinburgh and Leith.]   [Edinburgh.] [1825]  
Stev.170(5) Buchanan, George. Abstract of Report on the proposed plan for supplying the town of Dundee with water.   Dundee. 1836  
Stev.170(6) Thom, R. Report on supplying Glasgow with water.   Glasgow. 1837  
Stev.170(7) Goode, John. To the nobility, gentry, and landowners, and manufacturers, where water is requisite to conduct their concerns.   London. [1825]  
Stev.170(8)   Account of the Grand Masonic Procession at laying the foundation stone of Hutchesons' Bridge.   [Glasgow.] [ca. 1830]  
Stev.170(9) Stevenson, Robert. Description of bridges of suspension.   [Edinburgh.] [1821]  
Stev.170(10) Stevenson, Robert. Account of the explosion of a steam-boiler at Lochrin Distillery.   [Edinburgh.] [1821]  
Stev.170(11)   Description of the curious wooden bridge across the Rhine, at Schaffhausen, in Switzerland.   London. 1808  
Stev.170(12) Grimshaw, John. A report of the repairs given to Wearmonth Bridge, in the year 1805.   Sunderland. 1818  
Stev.170(13) M'Adam, John Louden. Remarks on the present system of road making.   Bristol. 1816  
Stev.170(14)   General rules for repairing roads, recommended, by the Parliamentary Commissioners for the improvement of the mail coach road from London ... to Holyhead. Second edition.   London. 1820  
Stev.170(15) Paterson, James. M'Adam and roads. To Sir Thomas Baring.   [Montrose.] [1824]  
Stev.170(16)   Report upon the present situation of the different Turnpike Trusts in the County of Mid-Lothian.   Edinburgh. 1833  
Stev.170(17) Stark, William. Report to the Right Honourable the Lord Provost ... and Council of the City of Edinburgh, and the Governors of George Heriot's Hospital ... on the plans for laying out the grounds for buildings between Edinburgh and Leith.   Edinburgh. 1814  
Stev.170(18)   [Regent Bridge. Inscription, in Latin, on plate laid on foundation stone]   [Edinburgh.] [1815]  
Stev.170(19) Playfair, William Henry. Report respecting the mode of completing the new buildings for the College of Edinburgh.   Edinburgh. 1816  
Stev.170(20)   Laws of the Astronomical Institution of Edinburgh.   Edinburgh. 1815  
Stev.170(21)   View of different proposals for the situation of the new jail, with the plan of a bridge and road across the Calton Hill. (From 'Scots Magazine, and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany', for January 1814.)   [Edinburgh.] [1814]  
Stev.170(22)   Statement relative to the improvements on the city of Edinburgh, by a new approach from the west.   Edinburgh. 1826  
Stev.170(23)   Letter to the proprietors of the Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal; containing an account of the ... meeting ... relative to Captain Cheyne.   Edinburgh. 1829  
Stev.170(24)   Rules and regulations for traders and trackers on the Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal.   [Edinburgh.] [1826]  
Stev.170(25) Hopkirk, James. Account of the Forth and Clyde Canal navigation, from its origin, to the present time.   Glasgow. 1816  
Stev.170(26)   Observations, &c. [On the proposed Union Canal.]   [Edinburgh.] [ca. 1814?]  
Stev.170(27) Grahame, James. Answer to a pamphlet, entitled, Observations on the Report of Mr Hugh Baird ... relative to the proposed Union Canal.   Edinburgh. 1814  
Stev.170(28)   Remarks submitted to the candid consideration of the inhabitants of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leith ... interested in the success of an inland navigation between the Friths of Forth and Clyde.   Edinburgh. 1814  
Stev.170(29)   Observations by the Union Canal Committee, on the objections made by the inhabitants of Leith to this undertaking.   [Edinburgh.] [ca. 1814?]  
Stev.170(30) Telford, Thomas. First Report of Mr Telford ... on the intended Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal.   [London.] [1815]  
Stev.170(31) Telford, Thomas. Second Report of Mr Telford ... on the intended Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal.   [Edinburgh.] [1817]  
Stev.170(32)   Rates of toll and distances on the Erie and Champlain Canals, as established by the Canal Board.   Albany. 1836  
Stev.170(33) Atkinson, George. Report of the preposed great trunk of canal from near Boroughbridge to Piersebridge.   Darlington. 1800  
Stev.170(34) Leather, George. Reports of George Leather, Esq. Civil Engineer ... relative to a project for a canal from the River Tees to the coal district contiguous to West-Auckland.   Stockton. 1818  
Stev.170(35) Leather, George. A further Report from George Leather, Esquire, on the Stockton & Auckland Canal.   Stockton. 1818  
Stev.170(36) MacLaren, Charles. Account of the ancient canal from the Nile to the Red Sea. (From the 'Edinburgh Philosophical Journal'.)   [Edinburgh.] [18- -]  
Stev.171(1)   Foul Burn agitation! Statement explaining the nature and history of the agricultural irrigation near Edinburgh.   Edinburgh. 1840  
Stev.171(2) Tait, William. An examination of the statements contained in the papers relating to the fetid irrigations around the city of Edinburgh.   Edinburgh. 1839  
Stev.171(3)   A brief narrative of the commencement and progress of the fetid irrigation and foul water pits around the city of Edinburgh.   Edinburgh. 1840  
Stev.171(4) Dent, E J. On the errors of chronometers, and explanation of a new construction of the compensation-balance.   [London.] [1842]  
Stev.171(5) Englefield, Sir Henry C. The most expeditious method of determining altitudes ... with the new portable mountain barometer.   London. 1811  
Stev.171(6) Ross, Andrew. Instructions for using the thermometer, barometer, and hygrometer.   [London.] n.d.  
Stev.171(7) Adie, Alexander. Description of the patent sympiesometer or new air barometer.   n.p. [1820?] A different edition from Stev.171(8)
Stev.171(8) Adie, Alexander. Description of the patent sympiesometer or new air barometer.   n.p. [1820?] A different edition from Stev.171(7)
Stev.171(9) [Philotechnus.] Remarks for a series of years, on barometrical scales, shewing they are inadequate to predict the weather. By Philotechnus.   Edinburgh. 1814  
Stev.171(10) [Ordanance Survey.] B District. District Order. Instructions for adjusting and using a seven inch theodolite.   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.171(11) Raper, Lieut. H. Rules for finding distances and heights at sea.   London. 1831  
Stev.171(12) Galbraith, William. Barometric measurement of the height of Ben-Lomond, and on the quantity of water annually discharged by the River Leven. (From 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for October-December 1828.)   [Edinburgh.] [1828]  
Stev.171(13) Galbraith, William. On the English arc of the Meridian. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for April 1843.)   [Edinburgh.] [1843}  
Stev.171(14) Galbraith, William. Tables of the sun's mean right ascension. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for July 1833.)   [Edinburgh.] [1833}  
Stev.171(15) Galbraith, William. On trigonometrical surveying, and its application to correct the maps and charts of the Hebrides. (From the 'Quarterly Journal of Agriculture' for January 1844.)   n.p. [1844]  
Stev.171(16) Koster, J T. Description of a new or improved method of constructing wheel carriages.   Liverpool. 1819  
Stev.171(17) Samuel, Walter. Account of a new apparatus for yoking horses in thrashing-machines.   Edinburgh. n.d.  
Stev.171(18) Hall, Captain Basil & Creuze, Augustin. Drawing and description of the capstan lately recovered from the Royal George. (From the 'United Service Journal' for November 1839.)   n.p. [1839]  
Stev.171(19)   Sir William Burnett's patent, for the preservation of timber, canvas, &c. from dry rot, mildew &c.   London. [1843]  
Stev.171(20) Blachford, Robert. A treatise on the patent anchor, invented by R F Hawkins.   London. 1823  
Stev.171(21) Faraday, Professor. On the practical prevention of dry rot in timber.   London. 1834  
Stev.171(22) Birkbeck, Dr. A lecture on the preservation of timber by Kyan's patent for preventing dry rot.   London. [1834?]  
Stev.171(23) Timbrell, Captain A. Description of the patent minor rudder, for improving the steering, and for accelerating a ship's way.   London. 1822  
Stev.171(24) Smith, S W. Observations on diving and diving machines.   London. [1820]  
Stev.171(25) Brunton, Middleton & Co. Observations on chain cables.   London. 1814  
Stev.171(26)   Infringement of a patent. Notes of a trial ... Thomas Morton, ship-builder, in Leith ... versus John Barclay and others.   Leith. 1824  
Stev.171(27)   Report and observations on a plan for feuing the dam-lands of Rubislaw, as laid out by Mr Elliot.   Edinburgh. 1820  
Stev.171(28) Smith, James. On the last changes in the relative levels of the land and sea in the British islands. (From the 'Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society', Vol. VIII.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.171(29) Stevenson, Thomas. Remarks on the geology of the island of Little Ross, Kirkcudbrightshire, (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for July 1843.)   [Edinburgh.] [1843]  
Stev.171(30) Stevenson, Robert. Remarks upon the wasting effects of the sea on the shore of Cheshire. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for March 1828.)   [Edinburgh.] [1828]  
Stev.171(31) Fitton, William Henry. Instructions for collecting geological specimens.   [London.] n.d.  
Stev.171(32) Stevenson, Thomas. Some account of levelling instruments, with description of one of an improved form. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for July 1844.)   [Edinburgh.] [1844]  
Stev.172(1) Leslie, James. Report to the Town Council of Kirkcaldy on the state of the Harbour, and on a plan for its extension and improvement.   Kirkcaldy. 1840  
Stev.172(2) Walker, J & Cubitt, W. Leith Harbour & Docks. Plans and Reports ... for the improvement of Leith Harbour.   Edinburgh. 1839  
Stev.172(3) Curious, Peter, pseud. A peep into Leith Harbour, or the works of the Town Council of Edinburgh. Second edition.   London. 1833  
Stev.172(4) Walker, James. Port of Edinburgh. Report on its improvement, addressed to Messrs Gibson and Home ... agents to ... the Duke of Buccleuch.   London. 1835 Duplicate of Stev.172(8)
Stev.172(5)   Rejoinder to the reply to remarks on the proceedings of the Leith Dock Commission.   Edinburgh. 1828  
Stev.172(6)   Remarks on the proceedings of the Leith Dock Commission.   Edinburgh. 1828  
Stev.172(7) Milne, John. Description of plans for the extension of Leith Harbour towards the east ... addressed to the Commissioners for the improvement of the Harbour.   Edinburgh. [1838]  
Stev.172(8) Walker, James. Port of Edinburgh. Report on its improvement, addressed to Messrs Gibson and Home ...agents to ... the Duke of Buccleuch.   London. 1835 Duplicate of Stev.172(4)
Stev.172(9) Petty, James. Fife & Mid-lothian ferries and Seafield Harbour.   n.p. [1839]  
Stev.172(10) Bald, William. Report on the Harbour of Drogheda.   Drogheda. 1837  
Stev.172(11)   To the Committee of merchants, manufacturers, and shipowners, of Dundee. [From the Lord Provost and Town Council of Dundee on the subject of enlargement of Dundee Harbour.]   [Dundee.] [1814]  
Stev.172(12)   Dundee Harbour. Answer by the Committee of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shipowners, to the Magistrates' letter.   [Dundee.] [1814]  
Stev.172(13) Hall, Captain Basil. Account of the ferry across the Tay at Dundee.   Dundee. 1825  
Stev.172(14)   Address to the inhabitants of Greenock; with strictures on the Bill relating to the town & harbours, intended to be brought into Parliament.   Greenock. 1825  
Stev.172(15)   Strictures on the intended Bill for the town of Greenock.   [Greenock.] [1825]  
Stev.172(16)   [Account of breakwater invented by Captain Tayler.] (From 'Felix Farley's Bristol Journal', November 27, 1841.)   [Bristol.] [1841]  
Stev.172(17)   Letters suggesting improvements on the Harbour of Aberdeen, and stating objections to the plan of Wet Docks proposed by Mr Walker.   Aberdeen. 1838  
Stev.172(18)   Harbour and ballast regulations; together with pilot-master's fees, &c. ... for the Port of Aberdeen.   Aberdeen. 1824  
Stev.172(19) Smeaton, John. The Report of John Smeaton ... upon the Harbour of the City of Aberdeen.   Aberdeen. 1801  
Stev.172(20) Smeaton, John. The Report of John Smeaton ... upon the inrun of the seas into the Harbour of Aberdeen, in easterly winds.   [Aberdeen.] [1788]  
Stev.172(21) Ker, Alan, &c. Summary of facts regarding the Town of Greenock and Water and Harbour Trusts, from 1813 till 1819.   Greenock. 1825  
Stev.172(22) Hillary, Sir William. The national importance of a great central harbour for the Irish Sea.   Douglas. 1826  
Stev.172(23) Chapman, William. Report on the improbability of the formation of a useful harbour at Lake Lothing, and on the means of improving the navigation from Norwich to Yarmouth.   [London.] [1828]  
Stev.172(24) Smeaton, John. An historical report on Ramsgate Harbour: written by order of; and addressed to the Trustees. ESTC T064200 London. 1791  
Stev.172(25)   Opinions on a floating harbour at Swansea.   Swansea. 1831  
Stev.172(26) Stevenson, Robert. Excerpt from a memoir on British harbours. (Published in the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for October-December 1827.)   [Edinburgh.] [1827]  
Stev.172(27) Rendel, James M. Report and plan for the improvement of Leith Harbour and Docks.   Edinburgh. 1847  
Stev.173 Stevenson, Thomas. On a simple method of distributing naturally diverging rays of light over any azimuthal angle. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal', New Series, April 1855.)   Edinburgh. 1855  
Stev.174 Stevenson, Thomas. Notice as to the illumination of beacons at sea by electricity.   n.p. [1867]  
Stev.175 Stevenson, Thomas. Proposals for the illumination of beacons and buoys.   Edinburgh. 1870  
Stev.176 Stevenson, Thomas. On azimuthal condensing apparatus of unequal power adapted for fixed and revolving lighthouses placed on islands near the shore.(From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal', New Series, for April 1861.)   [Edinburgh.] [1861]  
Stev.177 Stevenson, Thomas. On dipping and apparent lights for sunk reefs and pierheads of harbours.   Edinburgh. 1854  
Stev.178 Stevenson, David A. David Stevenson. (Obituary notice.) (Excerpt from the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh'.)   [Edinburgh.] [1886] Duplicate of Stev.179
Stev.179 Stevenson, David A. David Stevenson. (Obituary notice.) (Excerpt from the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh'.)   [Edinburgh.] [1886] Duplicate of Stev.178
Stev.180 Stevenson, David Alan. The Dhu Heartach lighthouse. (Excerpt minutes of 'Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers', vol.xlvi. Session 1875-76. - Part iv.)   London. 1876  
Stev.181 Stevenson, D[avid] A[lan]. Lighted buoys as aids to navigation. (XIIth International Congress of Navigation Philadelphia 1912.)   Brussels [1912] Duplicate of Stev.182
Stev.182 Stevenson, D[avid] A[lan]. Lighted buoys as aids to navigation. (XIIth International Congress of Navigation Philadelphia 1912.)   Brussels. [1912] Duplicate of Stev.181
Stev.183 Stevenson, D[avid] A[lan]. Memorandum on feux-eclairs or lightning lights.   [Edinburgh.] [1897]  
Stev.184 Stevenson, David Alan. On the proposed Forth and Clyde Ship Canal. ('Transactions of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts' Vol.XVIII Part IV.)   Edinburgh. 1913  
Stev.185 Muir, Augustus. The Fife Coal Company Limited. A short history.   Leven. n.d.  
Stev.186 Franco-Scottish Society. Transactions of the Franco-Scottish Society ... Edited by A Francis Steuart ... James C Brown.   Edinburgh. 1920  
Stev.187 Stevenson, Thomas. The design and construction of harbours. Third edition.   Edinburgh. 1886  
Stev.188 Scott's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. Two centuries of shipbuilding at Greenock. Second and revised edition.   London. 1920  
Stev.189 Allard, E. Les phares histoire - construction - eclairage.   Paris. 1889  
Stev.190 Stevenson, Thomas. Account of experiments upon the force of the waves of the Atlantic and German Oceans. (From the 'Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh', Vol. XVI, Part I.)   Edinburgh. 1845  
Stev.191 Stevenson, Thomas. On the reduction in the height of waves after passing into harbours. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal', for April 1853.)   [Edinburgh.] [1853]  
Stev.192 Gaillard, D.D. Wave action in relation to engineering structures.   Washington. 1904  
Stev.193 Stevenson, Thomas. Description of a holophone or sound reflector for fog signals. (Article in unidentified journal.)   n.p. [1866]  
Stev.194 Stevenson, Thomas. The holophotal system of illuminating lighthouses.   Edinburgh. 1851  
Stev.195 Stevenson, Thomas. De l'application du principe de la reflection totale aux phares tournants ... Traduit par Gabriel Surenne.   Paris. 1856  
Stev.196 Stevenson, Thomas. Notice of condensing intermittent, and revolving lights. (Read before the Royal Scottish Society of Arts, Vol. VII. 1867-68.)   Edinburgh. 1868  
Stev.197 Stevenson, Thomas. Some new arrangements for lighthouse illumination. (From the 'Proceedings of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts', Vol.VII. 1867-68.)   Edinburgh. 1868  
Stev.198 Stevenson, Thomas. On the holophotal combination of several flames in one optical apparatus for lighthouse illumination. (From the 'Transactions of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts', Vol. IX. 1874-75.)   Edinburgh. 1876  
Stev.199 Stevenson, Thomas. Notes as to lighthouse characteristics, bell buoys, and steamers' side lights. (Read at a meeting of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts on 28 April 1873.)   Edinburgh. 1873  
Stev.200 Stevenson, Thomas. Optical apparatus for steamers' side lights. By Thos Stevenson ... Illumination of beacons at sea ... By Thomas Stevenson ... Electrical apparatus and experiments on ... Thos. Stevenson's proposal to illuminate beacons ... By W D Hart.   London. 1867  
Stev.201 Stevenson, Thomas. On the application of total reflection to revolving lights, being a reply to a letter from M. Leonor Fresnel to the late M. Arago.   Edinburgh. 1855  
Stev.202 Stevenson, Thomas. Notes on experiments for the Board of Trade, made at the South Foreland Lighthouse by the Trinity House of London. (Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.203 Stevenson, Thomas. Tides and coast-works ... Being one of the... lectures ... at the Institution of Civil Engineers, Session 1884-85.   london. 1885  
Stev.204 Stevenson, Thomas. Some account of levelling instruments, with description of one of an improved form. (From the Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal for July 1844.)   [Edinburgh.] [1844]  
Stev.205 Stevenson, Thomas. Remarks on the geology of the island of Little Ross, Kirkcudbrightshire. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for July 1843.)   [Edinburgh.] [1843]  
Stev.206 Stevenson, Thomas. On ascertaining the intensity of storms by the calculation of barometric gradients. (Extract from paper read at the ... Scottish Meteorological Society, June 1867.)   [Edinburgh.] [1868]  
Stev.207 Stevenson, Thomas. Instruments proposed for ascertaining the mean temperature.   [Edinburgh.] [1870]  
Stev.208 Stevenson, Thomas. On the principal causes of silting in estuaries.   Edinburgh. 1885  
Stev.209 Stevenson, Thomas. Description of a portable cofferdam, adapted specially for the use of harbour ... works in exposed situations. (From the 'Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal' for July 1848.)   Edinburgh. 1848  
Stev.210 Stevenson, Thomas. Notice as to the electrical and optical arrangements employed for the Commissioners of Northern Lighthouses, in experiments on the illumination of beacons at sea by electricity ...through wires ... with the shore. [Read before the Royal Scottish Society of Arts ... 22d April 1867.]   [Edinburgh.] [1867]  
Stev.211 Stevenson, Thomas. Lighthouse illumination: being a description of the holophotal system.   London. 1859  
Stev.212 Stevenson, Thomas. Notes on experiments for the Board of Trade, made at the South Foreland Lighthouse by the Trinity House of London, on lighthouse illuminants, &c. (Xerox copy of Proceedings of Royal Society of Edinburgh, January 1886.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.213 Stevenson, Thomas. [Presidential address to Royal Society of Edinburgh, session 1884-5, on proposed Manchester Ship Canal.] (Offprint.)   [Edinburgh.] [1885]  
Stev.214 Stevenson, Thomas. [Presidential address to Royal Society of Edinburgh, session 1884-5, on proposed Manchester Ship Canal.] (Xerox copy of an extract from the 'Proceedings of Royal Society of Edinburgh'.)   n.p. n.d.  
Stev.215 Scottish Provident Institution. 38th annual report.   Edinburgh. 1876  
Stev.216 Stevenson, Thomas. Lighthouse illumination being a description of the holophotal system. Second edition.   Edinburgh. 1871  
Stev.217   Clyde pleasure steamers Thirty-two illustrations of the best-known Clyde steamers.   Glasgow. [1933]  
Stev.218 Murray, Andrew. The theory and practice of ship-building.   Edinburgh. 1861  
Stev.219 Hannay-Thompson, J H. Granton Harbour, Edinburgh Centenary 1837-1937 History and development of the Harbour of Granton.   [Edinburgh.] 1937  
Stev.220 Stevenson, Messrs D & C. Notice regarding the proposed National Ship Canal.   [Edinburgh?] [ca.1910?] Duplicate of Stev.221
Stev.221 Stevenson, Messrs D & C. Notice regarding the proposed National Ship Canal.   [Edinburgh?] [ca.1910?] Duplicate of Stev.220
Stev.222 Stevenson, D & C. Report to the Denver Sluice Commissioners on the improvement of the drainage of the Fens by the River Ouse.   [Edinburgh.] [1918] Duplicate of Stev.223, Stev.224 & Stev.225
Stev.223 Stevenson, D & C. Report to the Denver Sluice Commissioners on the improvement of the drainage of the Fens by the River Ouse.   [Edinburgh.] [1918] Duplicate of Stev.222, Stev.224 & Stev.225
Stev.224 Stevenson, D & C. Report to the Denver Sluice Commissioners on the improvement of the drainage of the Fens by the River Ouse.   [Edinburgh.] [1918] Duplicate of Stev.222, Stev.223 & Stev.225
Stev.225 Stevenson, D & C. Report to the Denver Sluice Commissioners on the improvement of the drainage of the Fens by the River Ouse.   [Edinburgh.] [1918] Duplicate of Stev.222, Stev.223 & Stev.224
Stev.226 Stevenson, David A[lan]. Notes on the progress of lighthouses. (International Maritime Congress, London meeting, July, 1893. Section IV.)   [London.] [1893] Duplicate of Stev.227
Stev.227 Stevenson, David A[lan]. Notes on the progress of lighthouses. (International Maritime Congress, London meeting, July, 1893. Section IV.)   [London.] [1893] Duplicate of Stev.226
Stev.228   Obituary notice. David Alan Stevenson. [Signed: J.D.G.] (Reprint from the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh' Session 1937-1938.)   [Edinburgh.] [1938]  
Stev.229 Pratt, Edwin A. Scottish canals and waterways.   London. 1922  
Stev.230 Stevenson, Thomas. The design and construction of harbours. Third edition.   Edinburgh. 1886  
Stev.231 Stevenson, Thomas. The design and construction of harbours. Second edition.   Edinburgh. 1874  
Stev.232 Stevenson, Thomas. The design and construction of harbours.   Edinburgh. 1864  
Stev.233 Hunter, W Henry. Rivers and estuaries or streams and tides.   London. 1913  
Stev.234 Stevenson, Thomas. Observations on the defects of rain-gauges, with description of one of an improved form. (From the Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal for July 1842.)   Edinburgh. 1842  
Stev.235 Adams, W H Davenport. Lighthouses and lightships.   London. 1870  
Stev.236 Story, Alfred T. The story of wireless telegraphy. Revised and enlarged edition.   London. [after 1913] Duplicate of Stev.237
Stev.237 Story, Alfred T. The story of wireless telegraphy. Revised and enlarged edition.   London. [after 1913] Duplicate of Stev.236
Stev.238 Thomson, Sir William. Navigation: a lecture delivered in the City Hall, Glasgow ... under the auspices of the Glasgow Science Association.   London. 1876  
Stev.239(1) Tyndall, Professor. Lighthouse illuminants. Letters to the "Times" by Professor Tyndall and others.   [London.] [1885]  
Stev.239(2) Stevenson, D & T. Appendix to Messrs. Stevenson's answer to Sir David Brewster's reply regarding dioptric lights.   Edinburgh. 1860  
Stev.239(3) Redman, John Baldry. Remarks on the lighthouse system of Great Britain.   London. 1843  
Stev.239(4)   An Act for explaining and making more effectual an Act for the better enabling the Master, Wardens, and Assistants of Trinity-House to rebuild the light-House on the Edystone-Rock.   [London.] [ca. 1710]  
Stev.239(5) Hoblyn, Thomas. Description of a method of founding a lighthouse on the Goodwin Sands.   London. 1851  
Stev.239(6)   Holmes' magneto-electric light, as applicable to lighthouses.   [London.] [1863?]  
Stev.240 Fahie, J.J. A history of wireless telegraphy 1838-1899.   Edinburgh. 1899  
Stev.241 Ballantyne, R.M. The lighthouse being the story of a great fight between man and the sea. Seventeenth thousand.   London. 1881  
Stev.242 Dodds, Madeline Hope. The North Shields lighthouses.   Tynemouth. 1928  
Stev.243 Grosvenor, J. Trinity House.   London. 1959  
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