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The Viol Seraphine

Information to Persons Having Business to Transact at the Patent Office

Modes of Raising Ponderous Articles

Robert Fulton

The Harbor of Havana


The Eureka or Journal of The National Association of Inventors


  • From the Editor

    Introduction to Volume II

  • Departments

    An Eclipse in Arabia

  • Forests and Streams

  • Polite Preaching

  • Giving Credit

  • Nature's Image of Washington

  • Prussian Music

  • Philosophy

  • The Bowie Knife and Its Inventor

  • The Columbian Magazine

  • Temperance in the Army

  • Keep that Testament in Your Vest Pocket, over Your Heart.

  • Sageisms

  • A Strong Position

  • The Pope's Will

  • Improved Railroad

  • California Farming

  • How Very Hot It Is

  • In Preparation

  • The Deerfield (N. H.) Phenomena

  • Gen. Taylor's Patriotism

  • A Mountain in Labor

  • As Good as Cash

  • Extraordinary Instance of Gambling

  • Diversification of Language

  • Pure Air

  • Cool Forethought

  • A Remarkable Mineral Spring

  • It May be so

  • Cast Iron Roofing

  • Improved Fire Engine

  • The New and Wonderful Pavement

  • Howe's Sewing Machine

  • Steering Apparatus

  • Improvement in Blacksmiths Forges

  • Improvement in Boats

  • Best Plan of a Barn

  • New Shingle Machine

  • Electro-Magnetic Boat

  • To render Shingles Durable

  • Casting Iron Cannon by a Galvanic Process

  • A simple Cheese-Press

  • The Scientific American

  • Deerfield Bridge

  • Railroad Intelligence

  • Advertising in London

  • Information Wanted

  • Avalon Railroad Iron

  • Trade to Santa Fe

  • Advantage of Low Fares

  • Arrival of The Cambria

  • The Mexican War

  • The Magnetic Telegraph

  • Sol. Smith

  • Reforming

  • Right Side Up

  • Importance of Humility

  • A Very Long Nose

  • A Profitable Hoax

  • The Ball of the Bears

  • All is not Gold that Glitters

  • India Rubber

  • The Humming Bird

  • Bagley's Gold Pens

  • Communication on Atmospheric Resistance

  • The New York Scientific American

  • The Conical Windlass

  • Painting in Imitation of Rose-Wood

  • Requisite Strength of Steam Boilers

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September 26, 1846

Science for the Modern World