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A New Malarial For Letter Paper

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The editor of the Birnwaghain Post pubüshes tW S!lowh)g letter : uln the nmiiber of your paper, dated October 1, 186-i, tbere is an articlo setting forth that John Brown & Co., of the Works, Shefficld, had suooeedcd rolling a píate oí irou thirteen and a htilf inches thiok. I beliove that to be thickast ever ro!Ld. I geud you this apeeiL3en of ironr made at the I'rofi Works, Pifwburg, Pen sylf3, 'H ■■ Ji 'on ever rolled in .me, which ir n urpaM fbr ::,, l believe,. ;lmi. yvtr IS ""Lis iottei , v'. iob v , a rensBwkqbe ■íoiin -n of ir.rtuufnc -uri:' skill, was wri'ten on a bheai uí' iróo eight inuLes ;ng by five A iü a t.,arter broad, aui of xoeeiiingly fiue quality, rolled ho thin that its weight, was only twioo that of a simiiar sized sheet of orrÜnary note paper. Paper-makers hare little fear, hwtvcr, that iron will ever provo a iubstitute for paper, even at t!i pres1'::S, ■ , the deunii af matoriai f'ir e ■■ ■■.'Hifi.iclure


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