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  • An Improvement in Steam-Pumps, 353-354.
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  • The Animal Creation, 354.
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  • Carbonic Acid in Tanning, 354-355.
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  • The History of Art and Aesthetics, 355-357.
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  • The Endless Passenger-Elevator, 357-358.
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  • Vulcanized Rubber, 358-359.
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  • To Mend Rubber Hose, 359-360.
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  • Simple Life-Saving Arrangement, 360.
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  • A New Method of Laying Railway Tracks, 360.
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  • "Haste makes Waste", 360-361.
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  • Improvements in Stair-Rods, 361.
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  • Strong Vegetable Flavors and Smells, 361-362.
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  • Fine Machine Tools, 362.
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  • What We Eat. - Boots, Horse-shoes, Bricks, Hats, and Mantels, 362.
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  • Road-Steamers, 362-363.
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  • American Pocket Cutlery, 363-364.
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  • Protection for our Homes, 364-365.
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  • Workmen's Dwellings in Holland, 365-366.
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  • Improvements in House-Warming-Fire-Place Heaters and Heating-Ranges, 366.
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  • The Solar Engine, 366-368.
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  • To Prevent Water from Becoming Putrid, 368.
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  • The New "Soluble Garnet" Dye, 368.
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  • The Progress of Insurance, 368-369.
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  • Our Foreign Exchanges, 369.
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  • The Kansas City Bridge, 369.
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  • Lyle's Official Railway Manual, 369.
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  • School-House Architecture, 369.
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  • Model Suburban Architecture, 369.
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  • Explosions of Steam-Boilers, 369.
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  • The Allen Engine, 369-371.
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  • Interesting to Glass Manufacturers, 371.
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  • Grinding Leaky Valve-Seats, 371-372.
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  • Elihu Burritt, 372.
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  • What the Manufacturer and Builder has done, and what is proposes to do in 1871, 372.
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  • Asking Questions, 372-373.
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  • The Atlantic Cables, 373.
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  • A Suburban Home, 373-375.
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  • Intercommunication, 375.
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  • Trade-Marks, 375.
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  • Important to Manufacturers, 375.
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  • Facts for the Ladies, 375-376.
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  • Volumes and Covers, 376.
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  • Grate Bars, 376.
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  • The Exchange, 376-380.
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