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Kustitien's Metal for Tinning

The Webber

Common Rhubarb Syrup

Railroads in Pennsylvania

To Make Aromatic Rhubarb Syrup

English Railways

To Make Smelling Salts

To Make Solder for Steel-joints

To Make Water of Ammonia, Hartshorn

Volatile Salt Scent Bottles

Warts

West India Coffee

Important Railroad Law Decision

Blanched Copper

Improvements in Marine Steam Engines

Extraordinary Phenomena

Quick Sailing

Disturbance on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

Exploration

The Crops in France

Alabama Coal

Yankee Wonders

How Many Miles a Printer's Hand Travels

American Institute--Gold Medals Awarded

Bleeding at the Nose

Light to the Born Blind

Interesting Trial of Rope

The Common Hemlock for Hedges

Chemitype Printing

The Bread-Fruit Tree

Effects of Climate on the Anglo Saxon Race

The Expense of Whiskey

The Inventions of This Age

Artesian Wells

Wooden Suspension Bridges

Stave and Shingle Machinery

Drummond Lights in Broadway

Franklin Institute

Improved Locomotive

Improvement in the Construction of Wagons and Carriages

Invention in Furnaces

New Railroad Car Wheels

Page's Window Fastener

Telegraph Invention

Free Schools in New York

Descent of Washington

Rich's Water Wheels--Extraordinary Work

Wheeling Suspension Bridge

Fair of the American Institute

General Training Day

An Inventor Dead

An Under-ground Railroad in Broadway

Beautiful Sample of Cotton

The Fair and the Scientific American

Late News From Europe

Bridge to Brooklyn

New Channel to New York Harbor

Claims of Patents

List of Patents

Self Reliance

Transactions of the British Scientific Association.--No. 1

Washington Monument

How to Make a Good Cup of Tea

Apples in France

The Rumbling Spring in Alabama

To Inventors and Mechanics

Fifth Year of the Best Mechanical Paper

Iron Convention

To Prevent the Oxidation of Iron

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November 03, 1849

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