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American Railway Speeds

"Defective Patent Laws"

Sagacity of Horses

The Remarkable Long Distance Run

A Bedclothes Fastener

A Machine for Stamping Envelopes, Etc.

A New Field Glass

A Two Thousand Horse Power Turbine

A Gift of Philanthropy to Science

The Saranac Laboratory for the Study of Tuberculosis

By E. R. Baldwin

A "Phonendoscope" or Improved Phonostethescope

Grant's Machine for Solving Numerical Algebraic Equations

By George B. Grant

Torpedo Boat Number 6, for the United States Navy


  • Recommended

    New Books and Publications - March 6, 1897

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    The Heavens for March 1897

  • Recently Patented Inventions - March 6, 1897

  • Business and Personal - March 6, 1897

  • Notes and Queries - March 6, 1897

  • Index of Inventions - March 6, 1897

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