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Further Elucidation of his Galvanic Theory by Col Maceroni 40 108 434
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Notice of a Mode of propelling Balloons in any Direction invented by Mr W Bad
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J G Campbell manufacture of Silk Jan 21 400 M Linning making Moss Into Fuel Feb 25 490
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Suggestion of a new Plan for taking the Votes in the House of Commons
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Notice of a Mode of propelling and directing Balloons invented by Signor Andervolti
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Description of Hutchisons Registering Gas and Water Valve By Ensor
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Description of Chalklen and Bonhams Patent Vice By a Blacksmith
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French and English Cannons 16
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Suggestion of a Mode of preserving the Gas of Bullous and using Carbonic Acid
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On the Transmission of Sound to great Distances
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Description of an improved Tailors Work Table By Mr T R Croft
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W B Adams Carriages
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The British Museum
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Remarks on the Trials of Colliers Patent Steam Boilers
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Notice of a case of Defective Vision by W 154 by Mr Geo Johnston 303
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Description of an improved Waterwheel Governor By Hydraulicus
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Glass Cloth
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Account of the Destruction of the Spire of Christ Church Doncaster by Lightning
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Description of an improved Slidingup Bedstead By Mr T R Croft
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Effects of a Comets Impinging on the Earth
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R Copland Powerengine Nov 5
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Description of a new Universal Centre Punch By Mr N S Heineken
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On the Opening of the London and Greenwich Railway
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Description of the Mode of Casting and Grinding Specula By Mr W Lassell 218 265 280
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City Improvements
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Description of Improvement in Railway Locomotives for ascending Inclined Planes
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On the Formation of a Definite Right Line applicable to particular Purposes in
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Discovery in Effacing Writing
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Description of Hutchisons Patent Gas condensor By Ensor
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Description of a Pneumatic Watch Mainspring By Mr T A Ollivier
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Description of Mr Crosses Galvanic and Elec Woods
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Viaduct on the Great Junction Railway
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Desclrption of a Plan to render a Wooden Rail the Midland Counties Railway
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Proposal of a Case in Turning By F H F 249 Solution by Mr W Andrews 429
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Gratuitous Lecturing
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Description of Mr Curtiss Acoustic Chair
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Minutes of Evidence before Lords Committee Experiments on the transmission of sound 275 312
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On the Ventilation of Apartments By M C 318 397
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Description of an improved Timber Railway Base and Saddle Rail By Mr W Thorold
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Remarks on Crofts improved Tailors Work Table By One of the Injured
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Defective Vision
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Minutes of Evidence given before the Commons Abstract of Evidence given before Commons
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Reportof London Fires in 1836 By Mr W Baddeley
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Description of an improved Railway Engine Spark Arrester By W S Grey esq
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Account of Sir John Soanes Museum
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Minutes of Evidence given before the Mr Crosses Account of his Galvanic Experi
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On the Economy of Gas Stoves By C H
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Remarks on Mr Sieviers Patents for manufacturing India Rubber Fabrics By Main
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The Wellington Monument
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Geological Evidence in favour of Mr Mackintoshs Electrical Theory of the Universe
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On the Propable Consequencecs of Aerial Navi Birmingham Railway
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American Electro Magnetic Engine
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Practical Remarks on Aerial Navigation By Sir George Cayley Bart
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On the Same in reply to Mr Lake By Mr T S Mackintosh
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On the Source of Electricity and its Action on Plants in their Maturing Process
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OntheSame By Capt N Ogle 479
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Description of Philbrlcks Improved Apparatus Tunnel By Drs Paris and Watson
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First Russian Railway
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Description of Mr Merryweathers Portable Fireescape Ladders By Mr W Baddeley
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Strictures on Mr Uttings Astronomical Tables By a Scotch Dominie
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New American Patent Law Act 194 Abstract of Mr Mackinnons Patent
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The Spanish Picture Gallery
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Description of improved Stationary Fireengine By Mr W Baddeley 466 503
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Description of Bramahs Perforated Boss for Fireengines By Mr W Baddeley
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Notice of the Progress of Railways on the Continent
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Railways In London
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Practical Remarks on keeping Bees By Mr G L Smartt of Enfield
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Remarks on the New American Patent Law Act
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Description of Mr Prutzmans Improved Lock tions
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Description of an improved Copper Chemical Still By Mr Henry Watson
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On the Effects of highly heated Metals in the Generation of Steam By Mr
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Italian Railroad
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NEW PATENTS
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Poole making fermented Liquors
519

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