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The United States and the Paris Exposition

The Merits of the Water Tube Boiler

The Mississippi Floods

The American Locomotive Export Trade

Shade Trees for the Streets of New York

British Interest in the Nicaragua Canal

Aeronautics at the Tennessee Centennial Exhibition

The Tragedy at the Charity Bazar, Paris

The Return of Mr. De Windt

The Postal Congress

The New Twin Screw Passenger Ships of the North German Lloyd Company

The Longest Bridges

A Printers' Type Justifying Machine

The Kensington Bicycle

Twelve Wheeled American Locomotive for the Brazil Railway

A Miniature Caloric Engine

A Simple Method for Obtaining a Low Temperature*

By C. Edward Sage

Trinity's Bronze Doors

The Water Supply of New York City

A Toy Bird that Flies

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    Correspondence - May 15, 1897

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  • Index of Inventions - May 15, 1897

  • Notes and Queries - May 15, 1897

  • Patents - May 15, 1897

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May 15, 1897

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