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  • Dodge's Improved Boiler

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  • Theory of Storms

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  • The Influence of Horticulture upon the Human Character

  • Parley's Magazine and Merry's Museum

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  • Ranlett's Architect

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  • To New Subscribers

  • The Scientific American

  • Mechanics

  • The Inventor's Institute

  • Shameful Negligence

  • Scientific Discoveries of the Age

  • Ragged Schools in London

  • Mechanic's Advocate, Esq. ;--

  • First Newspapers in New England

  • Bordentown

  • The Origin of Lowell

  • Dreadful Shipwreck

  • Great Snow

  • To Correspondents

  • A Decided Compliment

  • Perpetual Time Teller

  • Answer by Mail

  • Hats vs. Boots

  • Chromium

  • Japanning Black

  • The Wave Principle in Ship Building

  • The New York Scientific American

  • Solders for Brass and Copper

  • Railroads in the United States

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Why Do Facts Fail?

Why Do Facts Fail?

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