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International Exhibition of 1876

Connery'S Concave Calking

The International Exhibition of 1876

The Russian Artillery Exhibit —New ' Ield-Gun Carriage

Exhibition Notes

Interesting Minekalogical and Arrchleological Displays

Ship Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific

Tank Locomotive at the Exhibition

Improvement in Canal Banks

By W. Rodney

Rushes

Peyer's Steam-Trap

New Steam Condenser without Air-Pump

New Office Water-Gauge

Lessons in Mechanical Drawing

By C. W. MacCord

The Seismagraph

Brown's Audible Railway Signals

How to make Steam and Water Joints

By Joshua Rose

Direct-Acting Compound Steam Pumping Engine

Diatoms

Prof. Huxley in America

The Theory of Evolution

Tin-Foil for the Teeth

The Course of Certain Brain Fibres

Sublimed Salicylic Acid

Health of Dentists

Observations of the Planet Saturn

By L. Trouvelot

The Mortuary Record of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York

Thurston's Autographic Torsion Machine, and Experiments

Jet Mining and Working

Trade and Manufacture in the United States

Acoustic Attractions

Change of Volume of Electric Conductors

Corals from Peru, Nearly Three Thousand Feet above the Sea-Level

The Gramme Electric, Machine

To the Editor of the Scientific American

The Lowe Gas Process at the PhiladelPhia Gas Works

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    October 07, 1876

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