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JOURNAL OF PROGRESS;
WILLIAM K. SULLIVAN,
raOFESSOH OP Cbhiitiv To The Mussom Of ISISD Iddcstst, Dcblim.
JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS.
FIBST TEAS 1854.
LONDON, SIMFKIN, MARSHALL, & CO.; CORK, J. O'BRIEN, PATKICK-ST.;
Notice.—The conductors of the Journal Of Progress will not consider themselves responsible for the opinions expressed in any article to which the name of the writer is prefixed.
*#* That portion of the publication which is devoted to the Journal Of Social Progress is paged separately from, the present, and is provided with a separate index.
BROWNE AND NOLAN, PRINTERS, NASSAU-STREET, DUBLIN.
JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS.—1854.
CONTENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
The Great Industrial Exhibition of 1853, and it) influence upon the development of Industry in Ireland. By Sir Robert Kane, F.R.S., M.RI.A 1
On Schools for teaching the higher branches of Science. By the Editor 88
On the state and progress of Agricultural Education in Ireland. By
On Societies for the promotion and encouragement of Industrial Arts.
New Or Hitherto Undeveloped Resources Of Ireland.
I. Internal Communication.
Notes on the Inland Navigation of Ireland. Parts I. and II. By H.
The Mines of Ireland. No. 1. By J. Beete Jukes, A.M., F.R.S.,
Catalogue of the several localities in Ireland where Mines or Mctalifcrous
On the Artificial Breeding of Fish. By G. J. Allman, M.D., M.R.I. A.,
On the Artificial Oyster Beds of Lake Fusaro, nnd on the importance
Application of Fish Offal and Marine Exuvia: to the manufacture- of
TV. Peat Bogs.
On the uses to which Turf might be applied in Ireland. By the Editor.
1. Turf Paper 171, 248
2. Peat Charcoal . . . . . . .195
Mr. J. W. Rogers's letter on the same subject . . . 246
3. Products of the distillation of Peat. Part I. The Utilization of
the Waste Gases from High Furnaces charged with Peat (with
On the employment of Peat in Burning Clay Pipes or Tiles. By Henry
On the manufacture of Beet Root Spirit. By the Editor . . 185