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Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad

Lemon Syrup

To Make Porter

The Opium Trade

The Anti-Friction Shears

Rhubarb Syrup

Capital Invested in Railroads in Massachusetts and New York

To Restore Ale or Porter that has Turned Sour or Flat

To Make Excellent Table Beer

Something in a Name

Great Freshet in Upper Canada

Camel Dead

Syrup of Peppermint

Correspondence of the Scientific American

Catching Pigeons in the West

A New Mouth for the Mississippi

Hailstones in India

Great Steam Hammer

Taxed Heavily for Foreign Compliments

Profits of Southern Manufacturing

Another Franklin

A Tall Chimney

A Mine of Coin

A Drink of Beer Forever

The National Washington Monument

Great Speed of a Screw Vessel

Foreign Miscellany

Portrait of Columbus at Albany

An Operatives' Rolling Mill

American Invention in London

A Rich Present

New Form of Letter Writing

Yew Trees

Havana Cigars

The Michigan Block for the Washington Monument

Alabama Enterprise

World's Exhibition of Industry for 1851

Sleighing in April

A Hard Bed

An Extraordinary Invention

New Sash Supporter

American Cloth in France

More about the Stereotype Process said to be Discovered in Paris

Maury's Wind and Current Charts

Steam Wagon

New Rail Road Invention—Self-Acting Coupling

Quick Telegraph Work

Great Invention for Shooting and Capturing Whales

Dr. Caulkin's Intra Vaginal Supporter

Consumption of Smoke

New Helical Railway and Circular Chariot

Improvement on Power Looms

Tin Plate Manufacturing

Street Paving


Notice to Inventors and Patent Agents

American Machinery—Matteawan

Telegraph to the Pacific

Percussion Cap Machine—Eratta

Mechanics' Institute School

Great Movement among the Working Classes in New York

Telegraph Suit

Georgia Burr Versus French Burr Stones

Fusible Boiler Plug

Plank Roads

Biology at Fault

Salt Mine Discovered

Preserving Gathered Flowers

Singular Discovery

List of Patent Claims

The Paris Academy of Sciences

Disastrous and Singular Explosion

Back Volumes Scientific American

Inventors Look to Your Own Interests


Process of Hardening Steel


History of Propellers and Steam Navigation

Production of Gold and Silver in 1849

To Inventors and Mechanics

Singular Death

Discovery of a Yellow Camellia

Sequel to Remarks on Practical Tanning


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