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Ship Ventilator, Fog Alarm, and Bilge Pump, Celestial Engineering

Keith's Improvement in Nickel Plating

On the Colors of Metals

Read before the New York Lyceum of Natural History, by Professor C. A. Seeley.

Hydraulic Cements--Their Adaptability for Useful and Ornamental Purposes

A Paper, read before the Polytechnic Association of the American Institute, by Adolph Ott.

The Philosophical Institution and Library, Bristol, England

Latent Heat of Dissociation

By P. H. Vander Weyde

Society of Arts of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Meeting Held in the Institute in Boston, December 14, 1871.

Bartholomew's Self-Adjusting Suspender

Steam Towage on Canals

Artificial Stone

Six Months of Engineering Progress

Proposed Atlantic and Great Western Canal

Granite and Asphalte Roadways

The First Locomotives in America

Mr. Justice Grove, F. R. S

Mr. Grove on Patent Law

Scientific Intelligence - January 6, 1872

Applications for Extension of Patents

To City Subscribers - January 6, 1872

Recent American and Foreign Patents

Under this heading we shall publish weekly notes of some of the more prominent home and foreign patents.

Official List of Patents

Issued by the U. S. Patent Office for the Week Ending December 26, 1871. Reported Officially for the Scientific American.

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    Answers to Correspondents

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    Correspondence - January 6, 1872

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    Notes and Queries - January 6, 1872

  • Business and Personal - January 6, 1872

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