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Compulsory Working of German Patents

Things the American Manufacturer Ought to Know

By George Neumann

Locomotive Adhesion

An Important Factor in Designing Engines

New Clinical Thermometer

A Profile Puppet-Show.—II

How it can be Made and Used

By A. Roze

Compass Deviations

The Compass on Board Iron and Steel Ships

By William C. Ward

The New Standardized Cotton Grades

The Passing of the Expert

By Charles Richards Dodge

Uses of Old Rope

Canadian Pulp Making

A Plant in the Algoma District Ontario

By Frank C. Perkins

Irish Linen and some Features of its Production

By William Crawford

Measuring Instruments of Long Ago.—II

The Mechanical Application of Geometrical Principles

By William E. Stark

Remarkable Comets.—II

Comets Other than Halley's

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Scientific American Supplements Volume 69, Issue 1796supp

The Antidote to Anti-Intellectualism