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Text: The optical magic lantern journal: volume 3 number 42 (November 1892)

Type of text
periodical issue
Format
44 pages
Publication
London, England: Taylor Brothers, November 1892
Other organisations
Contributor

Editor: TAYLOR, J. Hay  (c.1858-1936)

Main language
English
Retail price at publication
1d.
Contents

Notes, pp. 131-132

Aphengescopes, pp. 132-134

An optical theatre, pp. 134-135

Our visits: no. 3 -- Theobald & Co., pp. 135-136

C.E. Gladstone, A compact and light aluminium lantern, pp. 136-137

‘ Flashlight’, About oil lamps, pp. 137-138

Harry Wheeler, Tennysonia on the screen, pp. 138-139

Portable limelight and lamp, pp. 139-141

Charles E. Rendle, The lanternist's den: no. 4 -- blow-through jet, pp. 141-142

Albert W. Scott, Management of saturators: [1], pp. 142-144

A.T. Hare, A lantern for general purposes, pp. 144-146

W.I. Chadwick, Small lantern and dissolving views, pp. 146-148

New lantern apparatus, pp. 148-149

Editorial table, p. 149

Carlo Donati, W.I. Chadwick and William Tylar, Correspondence, pp. 149-150

Notes and queries, p. 150

Advertisers

R. & J. Beck, p.i (margins)  –  lenses

B.J. Edwards & Co., p.i (margins)  –  isochromatic and lantern plates

Perken, Son & Rayment, p.i  –  'Optimus' magic lanterns

Walter Tyler, p.i  –  Walter Tyler's new lantern

J.H. Dallmeyer, p.ii  –  Dallmeyer's lenses

Frederick J. Stedman, p.ii  –  first-class slides and colouring

Paget Prize Plate Co., p.ii  –  Paget Prize plates

E.G. Wood, p.ii  –  Wood's lanterns and slides

Archer & Sons, p.iii  –  New 'Slum life' slide set

Various small advertisers, p.iii  –  general wants, etc.

Polytechnic Institution, p.iii  –  practical class on lantern slides and lantern work

W. Watson & Sons, p.iv  –  optical and scientific instruments, lanterns and slides

Walter A. Griffiths & Co., p.iv  –  'Guinea' detective cameras

Cadett & Neall, p.iv  –  'Cadett' lantern plates

York & Son, p.v  –  York's optical lanterns and slides

C. Goodwin Norton, p.v  –  lantern and slide accessories

Riley Brothers, p.v  –  lanterns and slides on loan, 'Praestantia' lantern

Andrew H. Baird, p.v  –  'Lothian' lanterns and accessories

T. Chellew, p.v  –  lantern screens

Theobald & Co., p.vi  –  lanterns, slides and apparatus

G.W. Wilson, p.vii  –  new catalogue of lantern slides

Wormald & Co., p.vii  –  stereoscopic and lantern slide masks

R. Darlington & Co., p.vii  –  maps, handbooks and lantern lectures

James W. Garbutt, p.vii  –  slides made from engravings, photos or negatives

J. Cheney, p.vii  –  bamboo screen elevators

G. West & Son, p.vii  –  lantern slides from marine subjects

W. Butcher & Sons, p.vii  –  'Reflectoscope' viewer, slide cover glasses and binders

James Lancaster & Son, p.viii  –  photographic apparatus and magic lanterns

Robert H. Clark, p.ix  –  'Special' lantern, chromo-litho slides etc.

R.W. Thomas & Co., p.x  –  'Pall Mall' lantern plates

Joseph Levi & Co., p.x  –  flying carrier, bi-tri-single lantern, etc.

W. Stocks, p.xi  –  Stocks' patent magic lantern oil lamp

W.I. Chadwick, pp.xii-xiii  –  'Perfect' optical lantern etc.

Eastman Photographic Materials Co. Ltd, p.xiv  –  Eastman's 'Solio' and bromide papers

UK Band of Hope Union, p.xv  –  lantern slides on sale or hire

W.R. Hill and Son, p.xv  –  optical scenic artists

Gas Compression Company, p.xv  –  compressed oxygen, hydrogen etc.

Photo-Enterprise Co., p.xv  –  metal slide binders

Gilmer Brothers, p.xv  –  lanterns, lenses and accessories

James Christie, p.xv  –  Christie's lantern slide library

Birmingham Oxygen Co., p.xv  –  oxygen for limelight

Albert W. Scott, p.xv  –  Scott's patent warm air saturator

Wilkinson & Co., p.xv  –  slide making and colouring

WMSSU, p.xvi  –  new slide sets available

William Lawson, p.xvi  –  Lawson saturator

Frank Weeks, p.xvi  –  specialist for slide designs and drawings

Jno. Norman, p.xvi  –  lantern slides made from drawings or negatives

W.W. Rouch & Co., p.xvi  –  Rouch's gelatine plates

Steven Bros., p.xvi  –  'Lantern Bible' slides

F. Brown, p.xvi  –  lime-light jets

W. Stocks, p.xvi  –  new 'Compactus' magic lantern

McIntosh Battery and Optical Company, p.xvii  –  'Royal Chicago' stereopticons etc.

London Stereoscopic & Photographic Co., p.xvii  –  R. & J. Beck's 'Frena' camera for lantern slides

W.C. Hughes, p.xviii  –  the Malden triple

W.C. Hughes, p.xix  –  new pattern 'Pamphengos' lamp

D. Noakes & Son, p.xx  –  new catalogue of apparatus and slides

A. Clarkson & Co., p.xxi  –  Duplex regulator

Mawson & Swan, p.xxi  –  Mawson plates for detective and instantaneous cameras

Thornton Pickard Manufacturing Co., p.xxi  –  Thornton-Pickard 'Time' shutter

Suiter, p.xxii  –  pocket pressure gauge and compressed gas regulator

H. Hughes & Son, p.xxii  –  new illustrated catalogue

A.E. Wade, p.xxii  –  lantern slides on hire

Sands, Hunter & Co., p.xxii  –  photographic apparatus and lanterns

T.J. Doggett, p.xxii  –  tin-plate work for lantern and photographic trades

Hooper & Co., p.xxii  –  Christmas card mounts

J.C. Stevens, p.xxii  –  auctions of lanterns, slides, photographic and scientific equipment

Newton & Co., p.xxii  –  optical lanterns and slides, Askew's patent lantern box

J.H. Steward, p.xxiii  –  limelight single, bi-unial and triple lanterns

J. Barnard & Son, p.xxiii  –  slide painting colours

R.R. Beard, p.xxiii  –  Beard's gas regulator, miniature telescopic lantern etc.

W. Wray, p.xxiii  –  Wray's lenses

William Tylar, p.xxiv  –  Tylar's lanternescope

Whittaker & Co., p.xxiv  –  'Optics of photography' by J. Traill Taylor

J.F. Shew & Co., p.xxiv  –  Shew's Universal hand camera

S.O. Lees, p.xxiv  –  compressed oxygen, coal gas, hydrogen etc.

Scotch & Irish Oxygen Co., p.xxiv  –  metallic bellows regulator

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