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Lives of British Engineers. By Samuel Smiles. London, 1862. 2. Proceedings of
the Institute of Civil Engineors, 1842 to 1868. 3. Sir W. Armstrong's Address at
Newcastle, 1863 - 289 IL — 1. Works of Thomas Hood. 7 vols. London, 1862. 2.
Here and there a young Stephenson may, by dint of innate genius and
unfaltering resolution, win fame and fortune as an engineer. But the vast majority
of them can only aspire to ill-paid curacies, the smaller vicarages, and that
Art. I. — 1. Lives of British Engineers. By Samuel Smiles. 3 vols. 8vo. London,
1862. 2. Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers, 1842 to 18G3. 3. Sir W.
Armstrongs Address delivered at tlte Meeting of the British Association at
It is no hyperbole to say that already, within the last hundred years, the engineers
have doubled the mechanical power, and more than doubled the productive
resources of mankind ; and they have reduced the dimensions ...
Among these the engineer has no place; but gradually the stagnant pools of
intellectual sleep are being drained, and mankind are being formed into larger
masses. In former years this was effected by the rude but ready mode of conquest
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