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Alfred Marsh's Improved Gas Meter

Louisville and Frankfort Railroad

Worcester and Nashua R. Road

The Wife to Her Husband

Telegraph in the West and Southwest

St. Andrews and Quebec Railroad

Manufacturers Moving

Singular Explosion

Fair of the American Institute

Neutral Papers

New York Western R. Road

Hide Not the Deed

Fair of the Maryland Institute

Evil Company

The Dead Sea Expedition

Superstition Against Improvements

Something New for Nurses

Prophecies

A Quaker Woman's Sermon

Nine Bars of Gold

New Potatoe

New Application of Chloroform

Nova Scotia Mines

Visit to Lord Rosse's Telescope

The Importance of One Gas

Evaporation and Condensation

A Singular Plant

New Marble

More Telegraphs

Paper Folding Machine

Atmospheric Churns

Brick Kilns

Fire Annihilator

E. Burt's Plaid Loom

Cog Wheels of Unlimited Power and Velocity

Shingle Shaving Machine

Bricks

Rolling Machinery

Preserving Wood

Bone Pens

Bending Sheet Metal

New Paddle-Wheel

New Material for Cloth

New Iron Manufactory

Unprecedented Demand for Old Papers

Machinery for the City of Mexico

Kyanizing

Inventor of the Last Machine

Bentham's Planing Machines

Practical Value of Science

Ancient Miners of America

Brazil

Coal

Danger of a Cent

The Influence of Rhythm

Copying by Casting

Petrifaction Ponds

Patent Agency

Encyclopedia of Chemistry

Ranlett's Architect

New Method of Making Chloride of Lime

Observations on Yeast

Photographic Paper

Practical Receipts

Brushes Made of Quills

Chinese Flue Paint Brushes

Spirit of Lavender

Drawing Rule

The Germs of Peas and Beans

The Scientific American

To Make a Looking-Glass Appear Broken

Grandjcan's Screw-Cutter

Visible and Invisible

Houses of Unburnt Bricks

Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid Without Lead Chambers

Hints for Planists

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