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Fish Cast up from the Sea

Coal Burning Locomotive

Cause and Effect

Casselman's Hub Boring Machine

The Crown of England

Shade Trees on Railroads

On Compound Interest

Caution to Inventors

Alloys of Copper and Zinc

Railroad Accidents

On Painting Houses

Hot Air Furnaces

Valve Motion for Direct Action Engines

The Silk Manufacture in England

Rotary Metal Lathes

Paddle Box Life Boats

Hill's Smoke-Consuming Stove

Water Pipe Design

Important Correction by the Patent Office

Fire and Burglar Proof Shutter

A Windfall for Some One

The Model System--How Long Shall It Be Continued?

The French Industrial Exhibition

Steam Brake

Steam Boiler Explosion

List of Patent Claims

Recent Foreign Inventions

Railroad Convention--Important to Inventors

Motives and Result

History of Reaping Machines--No. 10

Mechanics

Inventors, and Manufacturers

Phosphate or Lime—A New Test

The Cholera and Geology

The Healthfulness of Smoke

A Spotted Negro Man

Arsenic in Fevers

Comets

Chemical Filtration of Water

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December 02, 1854

See the World from a Different Perspective

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