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A Wise Law

Punctuation

Pride of Ancestry

Diamond Cut Diamond

The Voice of Labor

The Root of All Evil

A Curious Connection

A Question in Law

An Astronomical Pun

Variety at Sea

The Army

Santa Anna to the Minister of War

Slocum's Cotton Press

The Highest Fountain

Christianity in China

Death of a Powerful Monarch

Bridging the Ohio

Coming! Coming!

Vote of Thanks to Gen. Taylor

Large Fee

The Inventor's Institute

Help Yourselves to Pork

Railroad Enterprise

Railroad Iron in Maine

Quick Work

A Swarm of Bees

Extraordinary Fact

Improvement in the Daguerreotype

Route from Vera Cruz to Mexico

Route to Egypt

Recent Fires

Extraordinary State of the Atmosphere

Remarks

Singular Discovery in Mississippi

A Beautiful Picture

The Omniscience of God

Evil Influence of Fashion

Improvement in the Magnetic Telegraph

New Fish Trap

Russell's Uranoscope

The Western Telegraph

Flutes

India Rubber Buffer Springs

Improvement in Carriages

Important Improvement in Steam Engines

Enterprise in Utica

Patents in Europe

Plank Roads

Substitute for Repudiation

The United States Patent Office

The Planets

The Scientific American

To New Subscribers

Blacksmith's Work

The Age of Progress

Thompsonville Carpet Manufactory

What a Change

History of Architecture

Foreign Items

The Fortunes of Inventors

Electricity--Smelting Copper by it--Inventions, &C

First Volume

Glass Roofed Streets

Circular and Rectilinear Motion

To Wash Iron With Tin

The Regulator

The Art of Painting

On Sowing Flower Seeds

The New York Scientific American

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May 08, 1847

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