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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Manufacturer and builder Volume 4, Issue 2, February 1872
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  • Cellar to Dome at the Grand Opera-House, 25-27.
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  • Brush-Making, 27.
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  • How Saw are Made in Sheffield, 27-28.
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  • Professor Barker's Lecture on the Chemistry of the Sun, 28-29.
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  • The Life-Saving Raft "Nonpareil.", 29-30.
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  • The International Societies, and the Causes which Led to Their Formation, 30.
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  • The New-York Post-Office - How the Work is Progressing, 30-31.
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  • Laws of Falling Bodies, 31.
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  • Dualin, The New Explosive, 31.
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  • A New Use of Leaves, 31-32.
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  • Peter Cooper's Locomotive, 32-33.
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  • How Coin is Made at the English Mint, 33-34.
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  • Doors and Doorways, 34-35.
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  • Building Progress in New-York, 35.
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  • The Origin of Engraving and of Lithography, 35-36.
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  • The Recent German North-Pole Expeditions, 36-37.
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  • Self-Instruction in Chemistry, 37-38.
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  • Making Geometrical Models Without Lathe, 38.
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  • Experiments on Boiler Explosions, 38-39.
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  • Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism, 39-40.
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  • Tests of Alloy of Tin and Copper, 40.
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  • Weights of Different Forms of Wrought-iron and Steel, 40.
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  • Fireside Science, 40.
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  • An Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied, 40.
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  • The Little Corporal, 40.
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  • The New-York Weekly Mail, 40-41.
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  • A Collapsed Scheme, 41.
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  • Progress of the Pneumatic Dispatch System, 41.
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  • Professor Agassiz's Exploring Expedition, 41-42.
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  • Adulterated Cement, 42.
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  • Household Conveniences, 42-43.
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  • Science in Plain English, 43-44.
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  • St. Sebald's Tomb, Nuremberg, 44-45.
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  • A First-Class Farm-House, 45.
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  • 50,000,000 Dollars Yearly Thrown into the Sea, 45-46.
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  • Drop-Forgings, 46-47.
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  • Krupp's Foundry at Essen, 47-48.
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  • Intercommunication, 48.
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