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  • The Anchor Line Steamship "California", 169-170.
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  • The Decay of Stone and Brick, 170-171.
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  • Adulterated Whiskey, 171.
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  • New Lighthouse, 171-172.
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  • Improved Steam-Heater, 172.
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  • On High and Low Steam-Pressure, 172-173.
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  • Deane's Direct-Acting Steam-Pump, 173.
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  • Remarks on a New Style of Architecture, 173-174.
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  • The Great Manhattan Market, 174.
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  • To Our Students of Mineralogy, 174-175.
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  • On Roads and Street Pavements, 175.
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  • Spontaneous Combustion Again, 175.
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  • Tin-Lined Lead-Pipes, 175.
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  • Uses of Water-Glass, 175.
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  • Mining Gold from the Sea Bottom, 175-176.
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  • Improved Ellipsograph, 176.
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  • The Sea at Three Miles' Depth, 176.
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  • Samples of Artificial Stone, 176-177.
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  • Great Improvement in Wrenches and Pipe-Tongs, 177.
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  • Notes on Brickwork.- III, 177-178.
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  • A Practical Lesson for Capitalists, 178-179.
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  • Mr. Cooper and his Institute, 179.
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  • Fatal Explosion of a Gas Generator, 179-180.
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  • The New-York Method of Tunneling Applied in Austria, and not in Baltimore, 180-181.
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  • Purifying the Air from Iron and Steel Dust, 181.
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  • Aggregation, 181.
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  • Japanese Metal Works, 181-182.
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  • The Hartford Steam-Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company, 182.
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  • Encaustic Tile and Porcelain Decorations, 182.
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  • A Wonderful Typesetting Invention, 182.
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  • Ancient and Modern Wealth Compared, 182-183.
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  • Improved Form of Water-Closet, 183.
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  • Specific Gravity, 183.
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  • The Lenox Library, 183-184.
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  • Hotels and Bar-Rooms, 184.
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  • New Stuffing for Cushions, 184.
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  • The Sun's Heat a Result of Planetary Action, 184.
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  • Spiritualism Answered by Science, 184.
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  • J. Arthurs, Murphy & Co.'s Book of Reference of Machinists, Iron and Brass Founders, Rolling Mills, Engine-builders, Boiler-makers, etc., 184-185.
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  • Homage to Industry, 185.
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  • Common Sense vs. Classical Education, 185.
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  • Western Opinion of the Eight Hour Movement, 185-186.
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  • Industrial Expositions in New-York, Brooklyn, Newark, and Cincinnati, 186.
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  • Vanderbilt's Underground Railroad, 186.
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  • Miscellaneous and Advertising, 186-187.
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  • Training Girls for Domestic Duties, 187.
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  • A Pill for the Doctors, 187.
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  • Uses of the Cocoa-Nut, 187.
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  • Usefulness of Sunflowers, 187.
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  • Parents Reproving Children, 187-188.
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  • The Peabody Tenement Houses in London, 188.
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  • Dyspepsia, 188.
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  • Labor the Happiness of Life, 188-189.
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  • Serious Warning to Parents, 189-190.
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  • Notes on Carpentry and on Strains in Structures, 190-191.
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  • What Kind of Food Must We Eat, 191.
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  • More English Patents for Concrete, 191.
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  • Dangers of New Chemical Experiments, 191.
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  • The Turks a Model for Christians, 191.
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  • Intercommunication, 191-192.
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