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Work on the Panama Canal

The First Atlantic Steamship

By Howard Fuller

Dynamite Shells Fired from Ordinary Guns

The Pneumatic Dynamite Gun

Rigg's High-Speed Revolving Steam Engine

The New Dufferin Bridge, Benares

The Position and Prospects of Electricity as Applied to Engineering

By William Geipel

Magnetism Produced by Steam

The Last Model of the Aron Electric Meter

An Inverted Clamond Lamp

Cooper's Thermo-Magnetic Motor

Moulders' Tools

Wool Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide

New Direct Platinotype Process

Dietzsch's Kiln for the Continuous Burning of Cement, Limestone, and other Materials

The Universal Exhibition at Barcelona in 1888

Two Puzzles

The Necessity for a Patent System, and the Advantages to be Derived Therefrom

The Chemistry of Substances Taking Part in Putrefaction and Antisepsis

By John M. Thomson

A Curious Caterpillar


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    Patents - March 10, 1888

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