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The Georges Richard Automobile

By Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Physical Condition and Safety under Present Loads of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge

Two-Tray Development

By L. E. Farrand

A New Excavator

Powerful English Freight Locomotive

The Autoplate—An Automatic Stereotyping Machine

The British Association at Glasgow

The Experimental Study of Variation

A Colliery Engine Ninety-Two Years Old

The Tanrec

How Ought Phosphatic Slag to be Employed in Agriculture

Iceland's Earthquakes

New Researches on the Alloys of Gold, Silver, and other Matter found in the Egyptian Tombs

By M. Berthelot

The Steam Turbine

High Potential Currents

The Naval War Game

By F. T. Jane

Contemporary Electrical Science

Trade Suggestions from United States Consuls

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