Punch,  63 (1872), 217.

Progress in Fireproof



Poetry, Drollery


Domestic Economy, Technology, Heat

    Notes that since stone and iron are no longer considered 'good' for fire-proofing a building, 'we must go back, 'tis said, to wood'. Questions whether brick burns faster than timber, and suggests that india-rubber may provide the best solution.

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