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A number of circuses began to integrate technological advancements into their shows; essentially, the newest marvel of the age.

Sometimes, these became the headliners and provided the main attraction to draw clients for the actual circus.

Professor Austen's Family Steam Carriage

Scientific American Vol 1011 Issue 5 - July 30, 1864 p73
Ottawa Aug 04,05