Scientific American Supplement, No. 315, January 14, 1882
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Scientific American Supplement, No. 315, January 14, 1882

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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 315
  • NEW YORK, JANUARY 14, 1882
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XIII., No. 315.
      • Scientific American established 1845
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    • Scientific American established 1845
    • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
    • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
  • THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC APPARATUS OF DR. PACINOTTI.
  • THE ELIAS ELECTROMOTOR.
  • BJERKNES'S EXPERIMENTS.
  • THE ARC ELECTRIC LIGHT.1
    • SUCCESS OF THE ELEVATED RAILWAYS, NEW YORK.
  • HEDGES' ELECTRIC LAMPS.
  • RAILWAY APPARATUS AT THE PARIS ELECTRICAL EXHIBITION.
  • THE TELEPHONIC HALLS OF THE ELECTRICAL EXHIBITION.
  • THE ACTION OF COLD ON THE VOLT
  • WATCHMAN'S DETECTER.
  • INTEGRATING APPARATUS.
  • A CANAL BOAT PROPELLED BY AIR.
  • HEAD LININGS OF PASSENGER CARS.
  • IMPROVED MORTAR MIXER.
  • PRACTICAL NOTES ON PLUMBING.1
    • TINNING IRON PIPES, COPPER OR BRASS-WORK, BITS, ETC.
    • SPIRIT-BRUSH.
    • SOLDERING IRON TO LEAD.
    • DUMMIES FOR PIPE-BENDING.
    • BENDS AND SET-OFFS.
    • BENDING WITH WATER (LIGHT PIPES).
    • SAND BENDING.
    • BENDING WITH BALLS OR BOBBINS.
    • THREE-BALL OR LEAD DRIVING BALL AND DOUBLE-BALL BENDING.
    • BENDING WITH WINDLASS AND BRASS BALL.
    • HYDRAULIC OR CUP-LEATHER AND BALL BENDING.
    • BENDING BY SPLITTING OR SPLIT-MADE BENDS.
    • PULLING UP BENDS.
    • SET-OFFS.
    • BAD BENDS.
    • BAD FALLS IN BENDS.
    • BENDS MADE INTO TRAPS OR RETARDERS.
    • BENDS MADE WITH THE "SNARLING DUMMY."
  • THE GROSSENHAIN SHUTTLE-DRIVER.
  • INDUSTRIAL ART FOR WOMEN—CARPET DESIGNING.
  • PHOTOGRAPHY UPON CANVAS.
  • DETECTION OF STARCH SUGAR SIRUP MIXED WITH SUGAR-HOUSE MOLASSES.1
  • THE POSITION OF MANGANESE IN MODERN INDUSTRY.
  • THE ECONOMICAL WASHING OF COAL GAS AND SMOKE.
  • DETERMINATION OF NITROGEN IN HAIR, WOOL, DRIED BLOOD, FLESH MEAL, AND LEATHER SCRAPS.
  • TESTING WHITE BEESWAX FOR CERESINE AND PARAFFINS.
  • THE PREVENTION OF ALCOHOLIC FERMENTATION BY FUNGI.
  • NEW REACTION OF GLYCERINE.
  • LYCOPODINE.
  • CONCHINAMINE.
  • CHINOLINE.
  • PREPARATION OF CONIINE.
    • Preparation of Crude Coniine.
    • Rectification of the Crude Coniine.
  • STRONTIANITE.
  • PARANGI—A NEWLY DESCRIBED DISEASE.
  • A CASTOR OIL SUBSTITUTE.
  • HOUSEHOLD AND OTHER RECIPES.
    • CHRISTMAS PLUM PUDDING.
    • PLUM-PUDDING SAUCE.
    • NATIONAL PLUM PUDDING.
    • THE SAUCE FOR THE ABOVE.
    • EGG-NOG, OR AULD MAN'S MILK.
    • EGG FLIP.
    • ROAST TURKEY.
    • WOODCOCKS AND SNIPE.
    • CANVAS-BACK DUCKS.
    • PHEASANTS.
    • WILD DUCKS.
    • WILD FOWL SAUCE.
    • BROWN FRICASSEE OF RABBITS.
    • ORANGE PUDDING.
    • VENISON PASTRY.
    • CHRISTMAS RED ROUND.
    • PLUM PORRIDGE FOR CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES.
    • SUGARED PEARS.
    • TABLE BEER.
    • MINCE MEAT.
    • PUMPKIN PIE.
    • BRANDY PUNCH.
    • BŒUF A LA MODE (FAMILY STYLE).
    • PUNCH JELLY.
    • ORANGE SALAD.
    • CRANBERRY JELLY.
    • JOVE'S NECTAR.
    • PLUM, OR BLACK CAKE.
    • BLACK CAKE (PARKINSON'S OWN).
    • POTATOES (PARKINSON STYLE).
  • THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY COMET.
  • LACK OF SUN LIGHT.
  • SYNTHETIC EXPERIMENTS ON THE ARTIFICIAL REPRODUCTION OF METEORITES.
    • THE
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  • PATENTS.
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