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Browse items in Manufacturer and builder Volume 1, Issue 9, September 1869
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  • How Messages are received through the Atlantic Telegraph, 257-258.
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  • Invisible Light, 258.
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  • Historical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph, 258-259.
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  • French Cement for Steam-Joints, 259-260.
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  • Ventilation - Cooling, 260-261.
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  • Staining Wood, 261.
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  • Lessons in Mechanics, 261-262.
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  • Secular Changes in the History of Architecture, 262-263.
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  • Iron Truss Roofs, 263-264.
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  • Fire-Proof Window-Shutters, 264.
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  • Logwood, 264.
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  • Warm-Air Furnaces, 264.
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  • The "Compo" Shoe, 264-265.
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  • Improved Machinery for Cleaning Grain, 265.
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  • Foundry Economy, 265.
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  • Nitro-Glycerine, 265-266.
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  • The Exterior Effect of New-York Private Houses, 266-267.
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  • The Manufacture of Lamp-Black and Zinc-White, 267.
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  • Frosting Glass, 267.
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  • Coppering and Tinning Iron, 267-268.
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  • Steam-Gauges, 268.
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  • Manufacture of Lucifer Matches, 268-269.
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  • Deterioration and Preservation of Iron, 269.
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  • Ventilation, 269-270.
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  • Working Steam Expansively - the "Corliss" Engine, 270.
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  • The Use of Materials in Design, 270.
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  • Black-Walnut Polish, 270.
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  • Device for Increasing the Flow of Wells, 270-271.
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  • Compressibility of Liquids and Gases, 271.
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  • Oxyhydrogen Illumination, 271.
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  • Lead, 271-272.
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  • Apparatus of Oersted, 272.
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  • Progress in the Manufacture of Mirrors, 272.
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  • Diseases of Workers among Lead and Paint, 272.
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  • New Alloy for Stereotyping, 272-273.
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  • The Tombs of the De' Medici, 273-274.
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  • Terra Cotta Trimmings, 274-275.
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  • Utile Cornices and Plinths, 275.
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  • The Largest Elevator in the World, 275.
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  • The Detection of Dyes, 275.
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  • Moving a Brick House, 275-276.
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  • On the Employment of Aloes as a Dye-Stuff, 276.
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  • Twelfth Annual Report of the Board of Commissioners of Central Park, for the year ending December 31st, 1868, 276.
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  • Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New-York for the years 1867 and 1868, 276.
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  • Florida, 276.
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  • The Architectural and other Art Societies of Europe, 276.
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  • Wedlock; or, the Right Relations of the Sexes, 276.
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  • Remarks on Fire-Proof Construction, 276-277.
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  • Credit, 277.
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  • Civilization, 277-278.
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  • Country Villa at Orange, N.J., 278.
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  • Bleaching Straw Hats, 278.
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  • Paper Collars, 278.
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  • What Becomes of the Pins?, 278-279.
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  • Household Artists, 279-280.
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  • The Art of Illuminating, 280-281.
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  • Queries, 281.
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  • Special Notices, 281.
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  • The Exchange, 281-288.
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