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Jacquard, the Inventor

The Whitening of Wool

The Telephone Girl: Her Evolution, her Characteristics and her Work

By Nell Nelson

Improved Process of Manufacturing Steel

On the Construction of a Battery of Miniature Accumulators

By C. L. Weber

Locomotive Boilers

By F. W. Dean

Progress of the Engineering Works on the Danube

World's Congress of Engineers

Picot's Folding Tent

The Care of the Patent Office

An Interesting Letter from Dr. R.H. Thurston, Director of Sibley College of Engineering

Preserving the Colors of Fish and other Animals

The Sanitary Institutions of Paris

Agricultural use of Thomas Slag

By M. Joulie

Carpet Beating

On the Relation of Natural Science to Art

By E. Du Bois-Reymond

Orchid Hunting

Acid, Alkaline, and Neutral

The Giantess Rosita

Chinese White Wax

Patents

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  • Experimental Research on Tinned Peas, Greened with Sulphate of Copper, and the Physiological Action of this Salt on Animals

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February 20, 1892

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