Scientific American Supplement, No. 312, December 24, 1881
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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 312
  • NEW YORK, DECEMBER 24, 1881
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XII., No. 312.
      • Scientific American established 1845
      • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
      • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
    • Scientific American established 1845
    • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
    • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
  • IMPROVED FIFTEEN TON CRANE.
  • IMPROVED STEAM-BOILER.
  • THE ELEVATED RAILWAYS OF NEW YORK.
    • AMERICAN ANTIMONY.
  • SOME OF THE DEVELOPMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DURING THE LAST HALF-CENTURY.1
    • THE STEAM-ENGINE EMPLOYED FOR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES.
    • THE EVAPORATIVE CONDENSER.
    • STEAM NAVIGATION.
    • MARINE GOVERNORS.
    • LIGHT ENGINES AND BOILERS.
    • THE PERKINS SYSTEM.
    • ETHER ENGINE.
    • THE QUICKSILVER ENGINE.
    • LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES.
    • BRAKES.
    • MOTORS.
    • TRANSMISSION OF POWER.
    • COMPRESSED AIR LOCOMOTIVES.
    • HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION OF POWER.
    • ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION OF POWER.
    • THE MANUFACTURE OF IRON AND STEEL.
    • BRIDGES.
    • MACHINE TOOLS.
    • THE SEWING MACHINE.
    • AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
    • PRINTING MACHINERY,
  • AMATEUR MECHANICS.
    • METAL TURNING.
    • ROTARY CUTTERS.
    • WOOD WORKING.
  • A NEW METHOD OF KEEPING MECHANICAL DRAWINGS.1
  • ACHARD'S ELECTRIC BRAKE.
  • ELECTRICITY; WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT MAY BE EXPECTED OF IT.1
    • WHAT MAY WE EXPECT OF IT.
  • ELECTRIC LIGHT APPARATUS FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PURPOSES.
  • DESRUELLES'S ELECTRIC LIGHTER
  • SOLENOID UNDERGROUND WIRES IN PHILADELPHIA.
  • DR. HERZ'S TELEPHONIC SYSTEMS.
  • DECISION OF THE CONGRESS OF ELECTRICIANS ON THE UNITIES OF ELECTRIC MEASURES.
  • SECONDARY BATTERIES.
  • THE TREATMENT OF QUICKSILVER ORES IN SPAIN.
  • THE BALLOON IN AERONAUTICS.
  • ARTISTS' HOMES. NO. 12—MR. WILLIAM EMERSON'S HOUSE AT LITTLE SUTTON, CHISWICK.
  • MEMORABLE ENGLISH HOUSES.
  • DOMESTIC SUGAR PRODUCTION.
  • HERALD ISLAND.
    • ON THE SUMMIT.
    • A MIDNIGHT OBSERVATION.
    • PLANT LIFE ON HERALD ISLAND.
    • INHABITANTS OF THE CLIFFS.
  • FRANZ LISZT.
  • M. GARNIER'S NEW METHODS OF PHOTOENGRAVING.
    • PHOTOGRAVURE.
    • PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING BY VAPOR—ATMOGRAPHY.
  • DANGERS OF PYROGALLIC ACID.
    • THE
  • Scientific American Supplement.
  • PATENTS.
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