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Coffee

A Blue Rose

The Temple of Serapis

New York Mechanics Institute Classes

Machine for Drilling Stone

Curiosities of Nature

The Minie Ball

The Art of Dyeing--No. 4

Telegraph to the Pacific

St. Paul, Minnesota

Railways of the United States

Experiments in Stopping Railway Trains

Artificial Whalebone

A Forthcoming Wonder

Ventilation and Sewers

The Lancaster Gun

Olive Oil for Snakes Bites

Improvements in Puddling Iron

Effect of Pressure on Substances

Coating Wire Fences

Barometer and Cannonading

Freeing Canal Boats of Water

Safety Camphene Lamp

American Wool

Walking on the Sea

The Consumption of Paper

Securing and Setting Harrow Teeth

Safety of Ships

Preserving Flour and Meal

Patent Claims

Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855

Lime Water in Bread

Hulled Grain

Window Blinds

Regulating Draft of Furnaces

List of Patent Claims

Hemp and Flax Brake

Explosive Alarm Signal

Important Items

Comparison of Iron and Wooden Vessels

History of Reaping Machines--No. 15

Mechanics

Inventors, and Manufacturers

The American Ostrich

Departments

  • To Give a Dull Black Color to Brass

  • Letters

    To Correspondents

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January 20, 1855

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