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Text: The optical magic lantern journal: volume 6 number 74 (July 1895)

Type of text
periodical issue
Format
24 pages
Publication
London, England: Taylor Brothers, July 1895
Contributor

Editor: TAYLOR, J. Hay  (c.1858-1936)

Main language
English
Retail price at publication
1d.
Contents

Notes, pp. 109-110

Convenient method of raising or lowering a jet, pp. 110-111

Hugh Gatesby, Illustrated sermons in America, p. 111

‘ The Mudlark’, Politics and the lantern, pp. 111-112

‘ Irex’, The lantern stroboscope, pp. 112-114

‘ Bombastes Triple’, Light: intercepted correspondence, pp. 114-116

The lanterns of photographic societies, p. 116

R.J. Moss, Why are lantern exhibitions less popular?, pp. 116-118

New apparatus, pp. 118-119

Editorial table, p. 119

Patent intelligence, p. 119

Birt Acres and Andrew Pringle, Correspondence, pp. 119-120

Notes and queries, p. 120

Advertisers

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

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

Leonard Chapman & Co., p.i  –  gas compression equipment and accessories

Stedman & Soper, p.ii  –  transparencies of the finest quality

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

Steven Bros., p.ii  –  'Lantern Bible' slide sets

A.E. Grinsted, p.ii  –  lantern slide artist, lantern operator etc.

Taylor Brothers, p.ii  –  registration of patents, trademarks and designs, OMLJ patent department

E.G. Wood, p.ii  –  Wood's 'Special' jet

Archer & Sons, p.iii  –  'Tourist' hand camera

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

M.W. Dunscombe, p.iii  –  clearance sale of 4,000 slides

C.W. Locke, p.iii  –  high-class powerful biunial lantern

T.T. Wing, p.iii  –  slides coloured and made from negatives etc.

Walter Tyler, p.iii  –  magic lanterns and slides, great bargains

W. Watson & Sons, p.iv  –  'Vanneck' hand camera

Brin's Oxygen Company, p.iv  –  Brin's oxygen

W.C. Hughes, p.iv  –  'Pamphengos' magic lanterns etc.

Mawson & Swan, p.v  –  standard dry plates

Thornton Pickard Manufacturing Co., p.v  –  'Time' and instantaneous shutters

Thomas Timberlake, p.v  –  Timberlake saturators

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

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

George Wheeler & Co., p.v  –  photographic accessories

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

F. Brown, p.v  –  limelight jets, 'Gridiron' saturator

Eastman Photographic Materials Co. Ltd, p.vi  –  Flat Folding Kodak camera

C.W. Locke, p.vii  –  maker of lanterns, slides and accessories

Wrench & Son, p.vii  –  collapsible skeleton single lantern, Stocks' lamp

Taylor Brothers, p.viii  –  ready reference table for lantern projection

J.H. Steward, p.ix  –  Davenport roller curtain slide carrier

Hazell, Watson & Viney, p.ix  –  'The book of the lantern' by T.C. Hepworth, 5th edition

Moonlight Lamp Company, p.ix  –  'Moonlight' vapour pocket lamp

Frederick J. Borland, p.ix  –  patent scissors arc lamps

Percy Lund & Co., p.ix  –  'Practical photographer' monthly magazine

Robert H. Clark, p.ix  –  special offers on lanterns and slides

D. Noakes & Son, p.x  –  triple lantern, catalogue of apparatus and slides etc.

Benetfink and Co. [2], p.xi  –  Griffiths' enlarging cameras, cameras by Lancaster etc.

Taylor Brothers, p.xi  –  back numbers of OMLJ

William Tylar, p.xi  –  new catalogue now ready

R.R. Beard, p.xi  –  Beard's 'Eclipse' carrier

Theodore Brown, p.xi  –  Theodore Brown's stereoscopic transmitter

Morley & Cooper, p.xi  –  lanterns, slides and accessories

W. Wray, p.xi  –  lantern projection lenses

Elliott and Son, p.xii  –  new lantern plate

Newton & Co., p.xii  –  scientific slides, polariscopes, microscopes and apparatus

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