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The Green Wood

Old Times

Prussic Acid

Riots on Rail Roads

Starvation in Ireland

Sudden Death

Substitute for Tea

Cattle on Railroads

Chinese Mode of Administering Oaths

Meat Cutting Apparatus

Hudson River Railroad

Fires in the Woods

Greeting

The Two Shadows

Cincinnati Observatory

Old Wines

Patent Office Building

Poisons and Antidotes

Remarkable Statement

Russian Army in Hungary

A Descendant of Sir Isaac Newton

A Droll Comparison

A Noble and Daring Act

A Trading Princess

Abdel Kader

Telegraphic Accuracy

The Five Points

Faber's Water Guage

How to Get Rid of Bad Smells Infection

Interesting to Mariners

Insectual Leaping

Heights of Localities in the Holy Land

Two Monsters Captured

Cholera at Sandusky

Effects of Sugar Diet

Coming it Strong

Franklin Institute.--Circular Address of the Committee of Exhibition

Line of Steamers to New York From Scotland

Land and Water

Interesting Agricultural Experiments

Industrial Heroes

Improvement in Button Manufactures

Beet Root Sugar

Process for the Reduction or Sulphate of Lead to the State of Metallic Lead

Alarm Whistle for Sea

Anecdote

Artificial Quartz

New Invention for Paper Makers

Modesty in Giving Credit

Florida Cotton Harvest

Patents

Street Paving

New Volume

British War Steamer Termagant and American Propellers

Japan Lily

Wheat Harvest

Food Made of Indian Corn Meal

Wheat Crop in Ohio

The Franklin Institute

Discovery of Poison in a Body After Eight Years' Interment

The Longitude

Electricity as Known to the Ancients

List of Patents

Scientific Men of France

Tea Drinking Amongst the Kalmucs

Meterological Knowledge

Important to Travellers by Sea

Making Varnish

Galvinizing Iron

Hydrogen Gas--No. 2

Iron Moulding

New-Prospectus

Silver Fire

Shrinking of Flannel

Scientific Meeting

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August 25, 1849

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