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Whitman's Horse-Rake

The Schoolmaster Wanted

A Mother School

A Lay for the Mass


A Wren's Nest in a Jacket Pocket

Apportionment of Time

An Eccentric Character

Sage Remarks

Canine and Feline Fishers

Heat of the Flame of Oxyhydrous Gas

New Invention Reports

Cookess Wanted

National Courtesy

American Phrenological Journal

Cruelty and Cowardice

Natural Compass

Tinning Cast Iron

Appeal Not in Vain

A Cow Community

A Tunnel

Slave Property Falling

Singular Casualty

Too Bright

Poverty and Polemius

The Favorite Name

The Boston Machinists

Deferred Articles

Mutual Satisfaction

The Recent Illumination

The Pittsburg Editors

Further and Further from Mexico

Wooden Bread

You Catch 'em, We Kill 'em

From Mexico

Taylor on the Battle Field

Wealth of the River Amazon, South America

Captured Cannon


Interesting Coincidence

More Files

A Strange Animal

A Traitor

A Village for Sale

Say No

A Fool's Heart is in His Pen

French Sash-Fastener

Important Invention

Improved Vertical Water Wheel

The Economic Gas Burner

New Spark Arrester

New-Fashioned Railroad

A Curlous Safety Lock

Supremacy of the Human Animal

Telegraph Improvements

The Fortunes of Inventors

Embossing Picture-Frames

Light Artillery

Greatest Water Fall in Europe

Newspaper Notices

The Scientific American

Iron in Alabama


Origin of Negro Slavery

The Beauties of Capital Punishment

Ancient Astronomical Knowledge

To New Subscribers

Reformation of Language

Bristle Dressing at Cincinnati

Eastern Manufactures

True Humanity


Zinc Statues

History of Architecture

Oriental Servility

A Remedy

An Ancient Amphitheatre

Gun Cotton for Blasting

Cuts and Engravings

First Volume

Foot Power

Good Rail Way Regulation

The New York Scientific American

The Art of Painting

To Give Wood a Gold, Silver or Copper Lustre

An Unexplored Torrent

Pillar Roses

A Beautiful Flower

New Application of Ether

The Spiral Float or Fan


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May 15, 1847

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