Scientific American Supplement, No. 388, June 9, 1883
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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 388
  • NEW YORK, June 9, 1883
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XV., No. 388.
      • Scientific American established 1845
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    • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
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  • FARCOT'S IMPROVED WOOLF COMPOUND ENGINE.
  • IRON AND STEEL.
    • THE WORLD'S PRODUCTION OF PIG IRON.
    • WONDERFUL USES AND DEMAND FOR IRON AND STEEL.
    • PROGRESS OF BESSEMER STEEL.
    • LATEST IMPROVEMENTS IN IRON MAKING.
    • STEEL RAILS 150 FEET LONG.
    • BASIC STEEL.
    • HONORS AND REWARDS TO INVENTORS.
    • THE PATENT LAWS.
    • GROWTH OF THE SIEMENS-MARTIN PROCESS.
    • PRESENT PRODUCTION OF WROUGHT IRON.
    • PROGRESS OF PUDDLING.
    • GROSS OF IRON AND STEEL SHIP BUILDING.
    • A GIGANTIC STEAMER.
    • REMARKABLE MACHINERY AND TOOLS.
    • THE FUTURE OF IRON AND STEEL.
    • RAILWAY DEMAND FOR IRON AND STEEL.
    • RELATIONS BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND WORKMEN.
  • THE "SWALLOW," A NEW VEHICLE.
  • BORING AN OIL WELL.
    • HOW THE HOLE WAS MADE AND THE OIL BROUGHT UP.
  • A CEMENT RESERVOIR.
  • MACHINE FOR GRINDING LITHOGRAPHIC INKS AND COLORS.
  • A NEW EVAPORATING APPARATUS.
  • "FLYING."
  • THE PORTRUSH ELECTRIC RAILWAY, IRELAND.1
  • THE THOMSON-HOUSTON ELECTRIC LIGHTING SYSTEM.
    • THE AUTOMATIC CURRENT REGULATOR.
    • THE THOMSON ARC LAMP.
  • A MODIFICATION OF THE VIBRATING BELL.
  • PHOTO PLATES—WET AND DRY.
    • INTENSIFIER FOR WET PLATES. By MAJOR WATERHOUSE.
  • GELATINO BROMIDE EMULSION WITH BROMIDE OF ZINC.
  • DESIGN FOR A VILLA.
  • WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE.
  • ACETATE OF LIME.
  • THE REMOVAL OF AMMONIA FROM CRUDE GAS.
  • RECONVERSION OF NITRO-GLYCERIN INTO GLYCERIN.
  • CARBONIC ACID AND BISULPHIDE OF CARBON.1
  • THE HAIR, ITS USE AND ITS CARE.1
  • THE INFLUENCE OF EFFECTIVE BREATHING IN DELAYING THE PHYSICAL CHANGES INCIDENT TO THE DECLINE OF LIFE, AND IN THE PREVENTION OF PNEUMONIA, CONSUMPTION, AND DISEASES OF WOMEN.
    • PNEUMONIA.
    • THE TRUE FIRST STAGE OF CONSUMPTION.
    • THE DEVELOPMENT OF TUBERCULAR MATTER IN THE BLOOD.
    • THE VALUE OF COD-LIVER OIL IN THE PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION.
    • THE INFLUENCE OF NORMAL BREATHING ON THE FEMALE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
    • SHOWING HOW THE BREATHING POWERS MAY BE DEVELOPED.
    • THE EFFECTS OF ADEQUATE RESPIRATION IN SPECIAL CASES.
  • VITAL DISCOVERIES IN OBSTRUCTED AIR AND VENTILATION.1
  • THE RECENT ERUPTION OF ETNA.
  • PHYSICS WITHOUT APPARATUS.
  • THE TRAVELS OF THE SUN.
  • PROPAGATION OF MAPLE TREES.
  • DIOSCOREA RETUSA.
  • RAVAGES OF A RARE SCOLYTID BEETLE IN THE SUGAR MAPLES OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK.
  • THE RED SPIDER.
    • (Tetranyehus telarius.)
  • THE HELODERMA HORRIDUM.
  • THE KANGAROO.
  • JAPANESE PEPPERMINT.
    • GLADIOLUS.
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  • PATENTS.
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