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Troy and Boston Railroad

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Tennessee Railroad

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Yankee Phrases

The Saw-Mill

Machine for Manufacturing Sand Paper

Hyalography

Cocheco Railroad

Gas Improvements

Sudden Growth

Steam Boilers

New Carriage

Sugar Crop in St. Mary

New Fabric

New Piano

Surplus Money in Russia

A Deacon's Invention

Wanted Girl Emigrants

The Comet

Newfoundland Fisheries

A Deacon's Invention

Ocean Steamer United States

A Newly Invented Rail

An Eulogy

Hydrophobia

Preserving Milk

Prizes

Explosion

Extraordinary Petrifaction

Rotary Pumps

Life's Pendulum

Life's Pendulum

Lightning Rods

Michael Angelo a Scholar Through Life

The Watch

Singular Manner of Choosing a King

Preservation of Food

Damask Weaving

Pins

Fire Places

Stoneware for Sewers

Model of a Railroad Bridge

Improved Windlass

Turning Bowls

New Pavement

Improvement in Pressing Paper

New Power Loom

New Steam Carriage

Improvements on the Steam Engine

Artificial Arm

List of Patents

Important Telegraph Improvement

Improved Grain Separator

Designs for Improved Blow Pipes

Propelling Cars

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Iron from England

Niagara Suspension Bridge

Patent Case

Mechanics in Kentucky

Manufacturing Operation in Maine

Electric Telegraphs and Patent Laws

Experiments on Iron Vessels

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Gutta Percha

Fulminating Powder

Table

The First American Cotton Factory

The Growing West

The Longitude by the Telegraph

How to be Happy

Erratta

Inducements to Inventors

The Adventures of Capt. Huestls

A Wold to Our Patrons

Patent Agency

French Royal Printing Office

Finding the Longitude

Receipts

Plane Measurement

Curious Facts in Natural History

To Extract Iron Spots from Linen

Mineral Analyses

Scientific Memoranda

The Scientific American

Mangle Wheel

The Heart

Paris Academy of Sciences

Instrument for Drawing Curved Lines

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March 04, 1848

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