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Journal of the Franklin Institute, February.—On the beha viour of steam in the steam-engine cylinders, and on causes of efficiency, by R. H. Thurston.—What is the most economical point of cut-off for steam-engines, considered as a question of finance? by W. D. Marks.—Contribution to the history of the link motion, by J. L. Whetstone.—A new theory of the suspen sion system with stiffening truss, by A. J. Dubois.—Steamship performance, by J. W. Nystrom.—Radio-dynamics; atomic phyllotaxy and kindred harmonies, by P. E. Chase.

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