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To Prevent Collisions during a Fog at Sea

Higher Speed for our New Battleships

Make Haste Slowly

Spain's Losses on the Sea

The Approaching Scientific Jubilee

By Horace C. Hovey

An Improved Type of Zeiss Field Glass

A New Insulator

The Criterion Automatic Acetylene House Generator

A New Steam Motor

An Improved Lead Pencil

Our Army and Navy Hospital Ships

A Relic from the Wreck of the "Maine."

A Group of Navy Projectiles

The 3.2-Inch Driggs-Seabury Field-Gun

Admiral Sampson's Report of the Santiago Engagement


  • Letters

    Correspondence - August 6, 1898

  • Departments

    Business and Personal - August 6, 1898

  • Recently Patented Inventions - August 6, 1898

  • Notes and Queries - August 6, 1898

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