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Nail Swedging Machine

The Superiority of Compressed Air as a Motive Power

Departments

  • Departments

    Female Appellation

  • More Curiosities

  • Learn to Wait

  • Compound Pan

  • A Novel Item in a Lawyer's Bill

  • Song of the Artizan

  • A Fair Specimen of Rumsellers

  • Made up at Last

  • The Cambridge Telescope

  • A Great Blow-Out

  • Patriotism and Generosity

  • New Haven Canal Railroad

  • The Vaudois Teacher

  • Large Casting

  • New German paper

  • An Unsuccessful Fever

  • Is Fortune Blind?

  • Cosmophonography

  • Won the Wager

  • The Speaking Automaton

  • Thanksgiving Day on Sunday

  • Better Late than Never

  • Wind Carriages on the Prairies

  • Military Facilities

  • The Patriotic Children

  • The King of the French

  • Lehman's Balloon

  • A Silent Earthquake

  • Growing Cotton

  • Loss of the North America

  • The Old Bar que is gone

  • Generous

  • Case of Conscience

  • The Long Range of the Gospel

  • Scenes at Monterey

  • A Strange Shot

  • An Odd Remark

  • Illustrations

  • Honey

  • Architecture

  • Homage to Revelation

  • Button Making Machine

  • Planing Machine

  • Manufacture of Large Achromatic Lenses

  • Progress of Iron Shipbuilding

  • New Spiral-shute Water Wheel

  • Hints to Working Classes

  • The School Boy

  • Steam Engine Protector

  • Ames's Gum-Elastie Door Spring

  • Maudslay's Improvements in Paopelling Machinery

  • Dr. Hallowell's Shower Bath

  • New Inventions

  • Tachimathy

  • Ranlet's Architect

  • The Triumph of Science

  • The Right Sort

  • An Extraordinary Book

  • Steamboats and Locomotives in France

  • The Anodyne Vapor

  • Iron in Tennessee

  • Religious Societies in France

  • Explosive Cotton

  • Negro Sale

  • A Railroad Smash

  • To New Subscribers

  • A City in the Air

  • Effect of the Absence of Sun and Air

  • The Explosive Cotton

  • Temperance in Foreign Navies

  • A Great Printing Machine

  • Perpetual Motion

  • Mount Vesuvius

  • The Whitney Railroad

  • The Atmospheric Railway

  • Miscellanea

  • Chemistry

  • To Correspondents

  • Missouri Enterprise

  • Inventions and Improvements Patented

  • Western Cranberries

  • Sears' Pictorial Magazine

  • A Chemical Curiosity

  • Scientific American

  • Preventing the Oxidation of Iron

  • Projectiles

  • Fattening Turkeys

  • On the Theory of Photographic Action

  • To Clean Britannia Ware

  • Preservation of Apples

  • Miss Burdett Couts

  • A Solid from Gas

  • Electricity--A Pleasing Experiment

  • Ivory

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