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  • Obituary, 169.
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  • Single Rail Tram-Way, 169.
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  • The Plumb-Rule Again, 169.
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  • Strength of Girders and Beams, 169-170.
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  • To Make Mats from Sheepskins, 170-171.
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  • Corrected Table of Measures, 171.
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  • Interesting Silversmiths, 171.
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  • Fair of the American Institute, 171.
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  • Proportions of Journals and Bearings, 171.
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  • Work of Cornish Engines, 171.
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  • Water-Proof Composition for Wood, 171-172.
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  • Electro-Magnetism as Motive Power, 172.
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  • The Great English 35-Ton Gun, 172-173.
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  • Improved Bolt-Heading Machine, 173.
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  • New Improvements on the Sunbeam, 173-174.
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  • Paints made of Copper, 174-175.
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  • Machinery and Machine Shops, 175.
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  • Running Steam-Boilers with Salt Water, 175-176.
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  • Steam-Boiler Explosions, 176-177.
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  • Lack of Common Sense in Building, 177-178.
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  • Manufactures of Horn and Tortoise-Shell, 178.
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  • Stone Cement, 178.
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  • Colored Cements, 178-179.
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  • The Length of Sash-Weights, 179.
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  • Iron Ferry-Boats on the East River, 179.
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  • Production of Raw Silk, 179.
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  • The Selection and Use of Stone for Engineering and Architectural Purposes, 179-180.
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  • The Intended City Hall, San Francisco, 180-182.
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  • The Manufacture of Terra-Cotta in England, 182.
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  • Fashionable Odors, 182-183.
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  • New Cement or Artificial Stone, 183.
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  • Alloy of Copper and Cast-Iron, 183.
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  • Strength of Building Material, 183-184.
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  • Turning and Lathe-Making, 184.
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  • Superior Sandpaper, 184-185.
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  • The Roper Caloric Engine, 185.
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  • Single-Rail Tramway, 185.
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  • United States Coast Lights, 185-186.
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  • Metallography as a Separate Science; or, the Student's Hand-book of Metals, 186.
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  • Thoughts for the Young Men and for the Young Women of American; or, A Few Practical Words of Advice, 186-187.
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  • The Divine Inspiration of Architecture, 187-188.
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  • What Makes the Sea Salt?, 188.
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  • Signs of the Weather, 188-189.
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  • Description of Plan for Cottage, 189-190.
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  • How Cheese is Made at a Factory, 190.
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  • Peculiar Properties of the Powers of 2 and 3 Applied to the Selection of Weights, 190.
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  • Intercommunication, 190-192.
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  • Problems, 192.
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