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The Manufacturer and Builder : Volume 0001, Issue 1 January 1869: The Manufacturer and Builder

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Title: The Manufacturer and Builder : Volume 0001, Issue 1 January 1869: The Manufacturer and Builder  
Author: Western and Company
Volume: VolumeĀ 1
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Prints
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The Manufacturer and Builder Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1869
Publisher: Western and Company

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Company, W. A. (1869). The Manufacturer and Builder : Volume 0001, Issue 1 January 1869. Retrieved from http://community.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: The Manufacturer and Builder was a practical journal of industrial progress published monthly in the 19th century by Western and Company.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Miscellaneous Front Pages pp. i-iv -- Gold and Stock Telegraphy pp. 1-2 -- Persian Arms, Damask Steel, and Damaskeening pp. 2 -- How to Cause a Tempest in a Teapot pp. 2-3 -- The Causes of the Difference in the Color of Bricks pp. 3 -- How to Make Different Cements pp. 3 -- Learned Blacksmiths pp. 3-4 -- Dove-Tail Joints pp. 4-5 -- Wall-Damp pp. 5-6 -- The Utilization of Tin Scraps pp. 6 -- The Firmness of Paper pp. 6-7 -- New City Buildings pp. 7-8 -- Have you ever looked through a Microscope? pp. 8 -- The Mechanic and his Work pp. 8-9 -- Reversible Seats pp. 9 -- Preventive of the Decay of Wood pp. 9 -- Colorado Manufactures pp. 9-10 -- Chemical Engineering pp. 10 -- The New Art of Fresco-Painting pp. 10-11 -- Old Says on Building pp. 11 -- The Progress of Building pp. 11 -- Chrome-Yellow Paint pp. 11-12 -- Hints for Sign-Painters pp. 12-13 -- Imitation-Marble pp. 13 -- Common Mortar pp. 13 -- New Paint for Floors pp. 13-14 -- Apatite: Its Importance in Domestic Economy pp. 14 -- Gun-Cotton pp. 14 -- The Preservation of Wood by Immersion pp. 14-15 -- Ventilation and Heating by Currents pp. 15 -- Cement and Mortar of the Ancients pp. 15-16 -- Bridging the Missouri pp. 16-18 -- The Air Lecture and School Rooms pp. 18-19 -- Prize Problems pp. 19 -- Glass pp. 19-20 -- Improvement in Saws pp. 20-21 -- Hoosac Tunnel pp. 21-22 -- Deep-Sea Cables pp. 22 -- An Important Invention pp. 22 -- To the Public pp. 22 -- Trades Union in the United States pp. 22-23 -- Literary: A Catechism of the Steam-Engine in its Various Applications pp. 23 -- Literary: History of American Manufactures pp. 23 -- Literary: The Mechanic's Companion: or, The Elements and Practice of Carpentry, Joinery, Bricklaying, Masonry, Slating, Plastering, Painting, Smithing, and Turning pp. 23-24 -- Henry Ward Beecher pp. 24 -- Mechanics' Homes pp. 24 -- Long Island Villa, with Mansard Roof pp. 24-25 -- Villa Cornice Work pp. 25 -- Children's Toys pp. 25-26 -- To the Press pp. 26 -- Occupations and Wages in California pp. 26-27 -- Queries pp. 27 -- Special Notices pp. 27-32

 

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