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  • A Receipt for Happiness

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  • A Casting Vote

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  • Late from Europe

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  • Mr. Webster and the Rummies

  • Marshal and Clay

  • The Late Explosion

  • Munificence

  • Enterprise in Charleston, S. C

  • New Site for a Railroad

  • Musical Sounds

  • Enterprise in Massachusetts

  • Enterprise in Saratoga Co

  • Travelling Press

  • Hon. Mike Walsh

  • Plenty of Chases

  • Profits of Bees

  • The Rose among the Thorns

  • Wisdom for the Young

  • A Reverend Volunteer

  • A Succession of Bars

  • The Iron Mountain in Missouri

  • The Happy Man

  • Telegraph in Canada

  • Test for readily distinguishing Iron from Steel

  • The Tongue

  • The Bell of the Atlantic

  • The Physical Sciences

  • Practical Mechanism

  • Wind Power for Pumps

  • Cask Heading Machine

  • Claims for Patents

  • To New Subscribers

  • Gumption

  • Quick Time to Hartford

  • The Effect of Capital Punishment Laws

  • The Street Beggars

  • The Emperor of Russia

  • A Word to Boys

  • Iron Rails in England

  • An Ice Mountain in Oregon

  • The Mystery Unraveled

  • The Bed-room of Queen Victoria

  • The Oldest Inhabitant

  • The War Balloon

  • The Magnetic Telegraph

  • Weary Travellers

  • Mammoth Panorama

  • The United States also

  • To Correspondents

  • Pun Military

  • A Western Cargo

  • Fancy Urn Fountain

  • Chinese Fete--Dwarf Trees

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January 30, 1847

Think Outside the Gift Box