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The Forth Bridge

In Iron and Steel Our Country now Leads the World

Second Annual Meeting of The American Geological Society

A Low Water Alarm for Steam Boilers

The Sulzer Engine at The Paris Exhibition

An Improved Boiler

An Improved Middlings Purifier

A Safety Pilot for Railway Trains

A New Telegraph Repeater

A Continuous Brick Kiln and Drier

An Improved Elastic Chain

A Storm Coat and Vehicle Apron

A Soap and Brush Holder

Plumbago Packing

An Improved Paper Clip

An Improved Finger Nail Knife

The New British War Ship Blake, the Fastest and Most Formidable Cruiser Afloat

An Improved Car-Heating System

An Improved Leather Channeling Machine

An Improved Anti-Friction Clutch

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  • Index of Inventions- January 11, 1890

  • To Inventors- January 11, 1890

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    Recently Patented Inventions- January 11, 1890

  • Business and Personal- January 11, 1890

  • Notes and Queries- January 11, 1890

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January 11, 1890

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