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Front Cover Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

A simple binding with the title in gold on the spine.

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Title Page Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

Putnam’s Home Cyclopedia Hand-book of the useful arts; including agriculture, architecture, domestic economy, engineering, machinery, manufactures, mining, photogenic and telegraphic art: being an exp [...]

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Copper-plate, or Rolling-Press. Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

“The rolling-press, which is employed in nearly every species of copper-plate printing, is divided into two parts, the body and the carriage. The body consists of two wooden checks, placed perpendicu [...]

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Added: 2005-10-10

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Lord Stanhope’s Printing Press Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

“Very little improvement in the construction of this instrument took place from the first introduction of the art into Europe till the late Earl Stanhope applied the powers of his mind to the subject, [...]

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J. Z. A. Wagner’s Brick-Moulding Machine Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

The moulding of bricks in the country is altogether performed by machinery; one of the latest improvements in which is the invention of J. Z. A. Wagner, of Philadelphia, of which the annexed is an il [...]

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Vertical Steam Engine—For Manufacturing Purposes. Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

The accompanying engraving represents a vertical high-pressure engine, not occupying much space and adapted for printing or manufacturing purposes. The engraving is I think signed, Butler & S. Rype. D [...]

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Spinning Jenny Hand-book of The Useful Arts (1852)

“The mule-jenny was invented by Crompton, of Bolton, England. This machine is so named because it is the offspring, so to speak, of two older machines, the jenny and the water-frame. A mule is mounted [...]

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Added: 2006-10-23

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