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Log Rolling

Ready Made Sermons

“Pop Corn” for a Queen

Be Kind to Each Other

Blue Tea

Abstract Science in War

Female Curiosity

The Force of Truth

The Heart

A Hard Head

Try It by All Means

Marine Losses

Spontaneous Combustion

State Bank at Elizabeth, N. J.

Glass Milk Pans

Value of Knowledge

Using Up Materials

Capture of Slavers

Cause of Insanity

Great Steamboat Race

Vitriolic River

Guano

Imperfect Ventilation

The Great Britain

Interesting Discoveries in Asia

A Cotton Gin for Russia

The Weather and the Crops

Latest from Europe

Iron Seats and Settees

Peat Fuel

Fifty Miles of Canal Boats

Preservation of Books

Milwaukie River

Telegraph West

Temperance in England

Where Shall the Hero Rest

Work for Immigrants

Electric Discovery

Expected Return of the Comet of 1556

Gasometer

Song of Summer

Remarks

Great Results from Small Beginnings

Wealth of New York

Drunkenness

Intoxication from Food

Productiveness and Nurture of the Silk Worm

Sir Isaac Newton

The Combination of the Telescope with the Daguerreotype

New Locomotive Arrangement

Improved Corn Sheller

Novel Boiler Feeder

Oblique Paddle-Wheel

A New Gas

Magnetic Telegraph in Turkey

Palmers Patent Premium Leg

What Next

Patent Hydro-Pneumatic Pump

Smoke Consumer

Tremendous Engine

To New Subscribers

An Immense Sheepfold

Mechanics Institutes

New Factories

Breadstuffs

Experiment at Pottsville With Gun Cotton

The East vs. the West

The Famine at Madeira

The First American Ocean Mail Steamer

Increased Consumption of Coal

A Feat in Telegraphing

The Scientific American

Profile Drawing Line

Railroad Transportation

Mechanical Movements

From Rochester Direct to England

European Mail Arrangement

The Cold Water Cure

Swedish Children

The Education of Idiots

A Strange Check

First Volume

Ranlett's Architect

Superb Hats

The Columbian Magazine

Smith's Magnetic Machines

Teeth-Their Structure, Diseases, &C.

Type Metal

The Art of Painting

To Make Phosphuretted Hydrogen Gas, Which Burns Under Water

To Emboss Letters or Figures on Marble

Milk Paint

The New York Scientific American

Imitation of Silver

Warner's Long Range

Extraordinary Speed

To Make the Best Copal Varnish

To Make a Delicate Picture Varnish

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  • Reversing Water Wheel

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    To Correspondents

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June 05, 1847

Think Outside the Gift Box