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Speak No III

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Mechanism of the Human Foot

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A Fountain of Fire

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Case Hardening Iron

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To Tin Copper by Belling

An Expansible Currency

To Prepare an Imitation of Gold Bronze

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May 29, 1847

Complex Causes. Alternative Solutions.