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Cooper's Key-Seat Machine

Concentration of Sulphuric Acid

Departments

  • In Brief

    Progress of Improvement

  • Departments

    World do for a Yankee

  • The True in Heart and the Noble One

  • Anecdote with a Moral

  • The One Price Tavern

  • Awful Warning

  • The Rising Generation

  • List of Patents

  • New Potatoes

  • Gen. Taylor and the Presidency

  • To Correspondents

  • Fall of an Aerolite

  • An Interesting Book

  • Plenty of Work for The Industrious

  • The Lena Iron Company

  • Schools in Massaehusetts

  • Singular Phenomenon

  • The Alleghaneans

  • Southern Cotton Factories

  • A Novel Salute

  • Nwards

  • The Cardinal Spider

  • Give Me Three Grains of Corn, Mother

  • The Weather, &C

  • Earthquakes, Lightning Storms, Hurri. canes, &C

  • Astronomy

  • The Australian Nettle Tree

  • Night Signals

  • The Wave Principle in Ship Building

  • Improved Blind-fastenings

  • The Submarine Lifter

  • Instinct of Birds

  • Bancroft's Propeller

  • Wall Drying Apparatus

  • Walnuts

  • Wind Mills

  • Tapestry Carpeting

  • Calico Print Cutting

  • Cars Wanted

  • The Way to sell Cheap

  • Trenton Iron Works

  • To New Subscribers

  • Gems from the Copper Region

  • Alteration in the Post Office law

  • The Last of the Montezumas

  • Plank Road

  • Anecdotes

  • Ship Building on the Ohio

  • The Scientific American

  • The Somnific Gas

  • Smoke Consuming Apparatus

  • Lake Superior

  • The Alpine Horn

  • Highland Cottage

  • Durability of Timber under Water

  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa during the Earthquake

  • Set Rules

  • Singular Habits of Menagerie Beasts

  • The Monkeys in Procession

  • Opinions of the Press

  • To Boot Wearers

  • Navigating against the Wind

  • Musical Bells for Cows

  • Manufacture of Steel Pens

  • Nitrate of Soda

  • Living on the Water

  • Bilious Cholic

  • Irrigating Machines in Egypt

  • The New York Scientific American

  • The Ocean Turned into a Water Power

  • Otto of Roses

  • Glass

  • To remove Dust or Motes from the Eye

  • The Wonders of Electro Magnetism

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March 20, 1847