Scientific American magazine, Vol. 2 Issue 1 The advocate of Industry and Journal of Scientific, Mechanical and Other Improvements
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Scientific American magazine, Vol. 2 Issue 1 The advocate of Industry and Journal of Scientific, Mechanical and Other Improvements

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  • THE NEW YORK
  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN:
    • TERMS.--$2 a year--$1 in advance, and the remainder in 6 months.
  • NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 26, 1846.
    • Contents.
  • NATURE'S IMAGE OF WASHINGTON.
  • The Viol Seraphine.
  • An Eclipse in Arabia.
  • Giving Credit.
  • The Bowie Knife and its Inventor.
  • Forests and Streams.
  • Prussian Music.
  • Philosophy.
  • Polite Preaching.
  • Pure Air.
  • The Deerfield (N. H.) Phenomena.
  • Extraordinary Instance of Gambling.
  • Gen. Taylor's Patriotism.
  • The Columbian Magazine.
  • A Mountain In Labor.
  • The Pope's Will.
  • Improved Railroad.
  • Sageisms.
  • In Preparation.
  • A Strong Position.
  • As Good as Cash.
  • How Very Hot It Is.
  • California Farming.
  • Diversification of Language.
  • "Keep that Testament In your vest pocket, over your heart."
  • Temperance in the Army.
  • Modes of Raising Ponderous Articles.
  • Information to persons having business to transact at the Patent Office.
  • The Regulator(?)
  • A Remarkable Mineral Spring.
  • Cool Forethought.
  • It May Be So.
  • NEW INVENTIONS
  • Howe's Sewing Machine.
  • Steering Apparatus.
  • Electro-Magnetic Boat.
  • Improvement in Boats.
  • Casting Iron Cannon by a galvanic Process.
  • New Shingle Machine.
  • Improvement in Blacksmiths Forges.
  • Improved Fire Engine.
  • A simple Cheese-Press.
  • Cast Iron Roofing.
  • The New and Wonderful Pavement.
  • To render Shingles Durable.
  • Best Plan of a Barn.
  • Robert Fulton.
  • INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME II.
  • Advantage of Low Fares.
  • Avalon Railroad Iron.
  • The Magnetic Telegraph.
  • Advertising In London.
  • Deerfield Bridge.
  • Information Wanted.
  • Railroad Intelligence.
  • Arrival of the Cambria.
  • The Mexican War.
  • Trade to Santa Fe.
  • THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.
    • MUNN & COMPANY, Publishers of the Scientific American, New York City.
  • The Harbor of Havana.
  • HUMOROUS.
  • A Very Long Nose.
  • Sol. Smith.
  • A Profitable Hoax.
  • Reforming.
  • Wrong Side Up!
  • Importance of Humility.
  • The Eureka: or Journal of the National Association of Inventors.
  • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • Engraving on Wood
    • ELECTRICITY.
  • The Ball of the Bears.
  • All is not Gold that Glitters.
  • Painting In Imitation of Rose-Wood.
  • India Rubber.
  • Communication on Atmospheric Resistance.
  • The Conical Windlass.
  • Requisite Strength of Steam Boilers.
  • Bagley's Gold Pens.
  • The Humming Bird.
    • THE NEW YORK SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN:
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      • Publishers of the Scientific American, New York.
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