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  • Stone and Ore-Breaking by Machinery, 121-122.
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  • Science in Architecture, 122-123.
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  • The Chinese System for the Utilization of Sewage, 123.
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  • Transporting Boats over Land, 123-124.
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  • The Latest Discoveries with the Spectroscope, 124-125.
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  • Improved Method of Tinning Cast-Iron, 125.
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  • Different Methods of Making Oxygen Gas, 125-126.
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  • Death by the Nerves, 126-127.
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  • Paints Made of Copper, 127.
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  • Combustion and Explosion, 127-128.
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  • Pneumatic Telegraphy, 128-130.
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  • Railway Pioneering, 130-131.
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  • A New Chemical Paint, 131.
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  • To Take Plaster Casts of Natural Objects, 131.
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  • Square Knot Tied by a Machine, 131.
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  • Dust Fuel, 131.
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  • Gilder's Glue, 131-132.
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  • Improved High-Speed Vertical Engine, 132.
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  • Important Discoveries in Agriculture, 132-134.
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  • The Manufacture of Glue, 134.
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  • To Clean Oil-Painted Surfaces, 134.
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  • Turning and Lathe-Making, 134-135.
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  • Rotary Engines, 135.
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  • New Process in Iron Manufacture, 135-136.
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  • Galvanized Iron Architectural Ornaments, 136.
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  • Indelible Cancellation or Branding, 136.
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  • The Success of Our Cheap Houses, 136-137.
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  • Double Action Automatic Gas-Machine, 137.
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  • Picric Acid, 137-138.
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  • Producing Photographs with Printing-Press and Ink, 138.
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  • A New Musical Instrument, 138.
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  • Beautifying Country Homes, 138.
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  • Dress and Care of the Feet, 138-139.
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  • Our Noses Again, 139.
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  • How Blood will Tell, 139.
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  • Fire-Engines of "Ye Olden Time", 139-140.
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  • The Construction of Wood and Stone Staircases, 140-141.
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  • Thoughtlessness, 141-142.
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  • To Remove Foul Air from Wells, 142.
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  • Intercommunications, 142-144.
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  • Problems, 144.
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