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B ( Continued )


B. TREATISES WHICH RELATE TO SPECIAL BRANCHES OF THE CLAY INDUSTRY[]

IV. Treatises Referring to Whiteware[]

1. Examination of Some Fine Whiteware Bodies - 553[]

2. Defects of Glazes and Their Causes - 557[]

= 3. A Discussion of Glazes with Special Reference to Whiteware Glazes Free from Lead - 593[]

4. Whiteware Glazes with Use of Barium Sulphate 634[]

5. The Influence of Sulphuric Acid on Glazes and Bodies - 645[]

6. Underglaze Colors and Their Preparation 651[]

7. Grinding Mills for Glazes and Colors - 667[]

V. Treatises Referring to Porcelain[]

1. On the Relation between the Composition of the Sennewitz Kaolins and their Behavior in Burning 669 2. The Composition of Some Foreign Hard Porcelain Bodies - 678 3. Some Raw Materials of the Porcelain Industry at Limoges 695 4. The Wegeli Porcelain Bodies 700 5. Colored Porcelains - 704 6. The Composition of a Bisque Body - 707 7. Japanese Porcelain, Its Decoration, and the Seger Porcelain. The Red and Flamed Cuprous Oxide Glazes - 708


C Reports of Travel and Letters (Polemics)[]

I. Letters from the Year 1872

1. The Oldenburg Clinkers 759

2. The Belgian and Lower Rhine Brick Industry - 762

3. The Staffordshire Potteries - 769

4. The English Brick Industry - 783

5. Notes on the Manufacture of Bricks Pressed from Clay Dust 801

6. The Manufacture of Black Vitrified Bricks 807

7. The Nassau Stoneware District - - 809

II. Reports from Vienna Exposition, 1873

1. The English Pottery 821

2. The Indian Claywares - - 829

3. The French Clay Industry - 830

4. Brick Machines - 835

5. Manufacture of Sewer Pipes 843

6. The Wienerberg Brick Yards - 848

7. Means of Transportation 860

8. Italian Pottery - 866

9. Stoves 869

10. The Belgian and Dutch Clay Industries - - 874

11. The German Clay Industry - 877

Notes on the Brick Industry of Northern France - 883



III. Report from the Paris Exposition, 1878[]

1. Brick Products and Brick Machines - 890

2. Wall and Floor Tiles - 897

3. Fine Claywares - 902

Examination of Two Floor Tiles - - 920

The Manufacture of Gas Retorts 921


IV. Report from the Berlin Trades Exhibition, 1879[]

1. Face-Brick and Terra-Cotta - 933

2. The Manufacture of Stoves - 935

3. Majolica - 940

4. Clay-Working Machinery 944

5. Porcelain and Whiteware - 946

The Clay Industry of the Island of Bornholm 950 The Exhibition of the Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, in Paris, 1884 - 959

Phenomena and Precautions To Be Observed in the Burning of Calcareous Clays. Reply to an Article by Olschewsky - 971

Public Letter of Olschewsky to Dr. Seger - 987

Public Reply of Dr. Seger to the Letter of Olschewsky 992

The Hainstedt Clays. A Criticism Directed against the Work of Dr. Strohecker - - 999

Reply of Dr. Strohecker - - 1002

Some Melting-point Determinations of a Number of Professer Seger's Cones, by Dr. C. Bischof - 1005

Reply by Dr. Seger - 1008

Reply by Dr. C. Bischof 1013

Note on the Determination of Temperature in Kilns by Means of the Pyroscope Cones, Dr. Seger - - 1017

On the Question of Standard Cones, by Dr. Seger 1020

Note on the Polemics Regarding the Seger Pyrometric Cones, by the German Editors ----- 1021

D[]

Uncompleted Work and Communications from the Records of the Royal Porcelain Manufactory Communications Concerning the Testing of Brick-clays by Members of the German Association of Clayware Manufacturers 1047

Results of an Inquiry Made by the German Society of Clayware, Lime and Cement Manufacturers, into the Fuel Consumption of different Kiln-systems - - 1067

Mechanical Examination of a Brick Clay - 1108

Investigations of Materials for the Brick and Pottery Industries

1. Clay from Carlsburg (Convent Loccum) - - nn

2. Clay from Puchau - - 1112

3. Brick Clay from Wickendorf, near Schwerin - 1113

4. Brick Clay from Helmstedt - 1114

5. Clay from Fdrderstedt, near Schoenebeck - 1115

6. Clays from Hainstedt 1116

7. Clays from the Eifel - - 1118

8. Investigation of a Tin Glaze for Stove Tiles - 1119

9. Glaze for the Velten Clay - 1121

10. Examination and Preparation of a Smalt - 1121

n. The Cause of the Destruction of the Zinc Trimmings of a Berlin

Market House - - - - 1121

12. Faulty Burns in the Pottery Industry - - 1124

Examination of Materials of the Fire-Brick and Stoneware Industries

1. Analyses of Fire-Brick, Glass, Pot and Stoneware Clays - 1127

2. Analyses of Fire-Brick, Etc. - 1130

3. Examination of the Clays from Grossalmerode - 1131

4. Opinions on the Raw Materials Suitable for the Manufacture of Plumbago Crucibles - 1136


Examination of Materials for the Whiteware and Porcelain Industries

1. Analysis of the Whiteware Clays of Lothain - 1137

2. Tests of Kaolins - H39

, 3. Concerning the Cause of the Rolling-up of the Glaze Layer - 1147

4. Concerning the Origin in Yellow Spots on Biscuit Ware - 1 148

5. The Investigation and Method of Preparation of a Black Color for Muffle-fire - H49

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