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Natural Curiosity

St. Lawrence and Champian Canal

Sub-Marine Telegraphs

St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad

Hudson River Railroad

Rail Roads in Virginia

Railroads in England and Scotland


Detroit and Chicage Telegraph

Daring Feat of a Fireman

Washington's Monument

Nevins' Improved Cracker and Biscuit Machine

Generating Steam

New Steamer

Ten Hour System

A Way Fact

The Ice Trade

Pinion Hinge and Blind Fastener

Albion, St. Johns, N. B

The Salt Water Worm

American Gold Pens in England

Chicago Mechanic's Fair

Iron Tunnel

Damages for Slander


Russian Edict

Lighting the Wilderness

Progress of Odd-Fellowship

Rail Road

Scarcity of Coal of Halifax

Volcanic Eruption

Splendid Timepiece


Western Steamboats

St. Johns Mechanic's Institute

From Europe

High Treason Extraordinary

Horse Rake

Novel Witness

A Keen Reply

All for Love

Improved Tug-Boat

Railroad Riding

Rather Laconic

Vegetable Experiment

Scotch Kirk Festivity

Extraordinary Tree

Smuggling in High Life

New Method of Making Steel

New Threshing and Cleaning Machine

Box Turning Machine

Iram Brewster's Reversing Plough

Valuable Discovery

Drying Grain

Boot Patterns

Electric Engine

Mann's Steam Boiler


Wonderful Telegraph Improvement

New Cab

New Copyright Movement

Notice to Navigators of the Upper Lakes

Important Patent Cases

Booth vs. Grarelly

Indian Annuites

Another Patent Suit

U. S. Armory


Scientific American--Bound Volumes

Electrotype And-Electro-Gilding

Mechanics' Institutes

Southern Manufactories

Morticing Machine

Factory Children in China

A Female Miser

A Glance at the Heavens

The Iron Duke and Miss Coutts

Anecdote of Allston the Painter

Phenomena in Mobile


Presence of Mind

Fate of Infidelity

The Credit Not All Our Due

Brooklyn Institute

Chambers' Miscellany

Will You Accede to it?

French Green

Fattening Pouitry

Mode of Renovating Apple Orchards

Magnetic Magic Mirror

Russian Ink Powder

Bevel Gearing

Twisted Wires in Telegraphing

Another Motion

To Dye a Green Color


Painting on Glass

New Use of Daguerreotype Art


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November 13, 1847