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1875 Scientific American July 10 - human swindles; 95 bullets, cannon projectiles

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Scientific American

The Beginnings of the Industrial Revolution

July 10 1875

This issue is in very good condition.  12X16" magazine. Some of the articles inside are: 

; Hanson's flanging machine; The history of human swindles; Blooming mill engine at Thomson Steel Works; How can the grasshoppers be utilized; Dalton's Gang plow spring; Plans for a model Villa; Bullets, cannon projectiles and cartridges- 95 shown;  

 ; List of patents for the previous week. Questions asked by readers.Ads and other articles also. 

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