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" Priestley's 5th volume,* gave rise to this inquiry, at least in England ; Mr. Cavendish expressly refers to it, as having set him upon making his experiments. (Phil. Trans. 1784, p. 126.) The experiment of Mr. Warltire consisted in firing, by electricity,... "
The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette - Page 89
1840
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 27

1839
...By the Right Hon. HENRY Lord BROUGHAM, FRS, and Member of the National Institute of France. THERF. can be no doubt whatever that the experiment of Mr...(Phil. Trans. 1784, p. 126.) The experiment of Mr W:irltirc consisted in firing by electricity a mixture of inflammable and common air in a close vessel,...
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Historical eloge of James Watt, tr. with additional notes by J.P. Muirhead

Dominique François J. Arago - 1839
...WATER. BY THE RIGHT HON. HENRY LORD BROUGHAM, FBS, AND MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FRANCE. There can be no doubt whatever, that the experiment of Mr....5th volume,* gave rise to this inquiry, at least in * Mr. Warltire's letter is dated Birmingham, 18th April 1781, and was published by Dr. Priestley in...
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Life of James Watt

François Arago - 1839 - 142 pages
...WATER. BY THE EIGHT HON. HENEY LOED BEOUGHAM, FRS, AND MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FRANCE. THERE can be no doubt whatever that the experiment of Mr Warltire,* related in Dr Priestley's 6th volume, gave rise to this inquiry, at least in England ; Mr Cavendish expressly refers to it, as...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 32

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1840
... "auseful commentary" on his essay, from the Edinburgh New Phil. Journal Translation.'} There can be no doubt whatever that the experiment of Mr....having set him upon making his experiments. (Phil. Tians. 1784, p. 12G.) The experiment of Mr. Warltire consisted in firing by electricity a mixture of...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 32

1840
... "a useful commentary" on his essay, From the Edinburgh New Phil. Journal Tranttation,] There can be no doubt whatever that the experiment of Mr....this inquiry, at least in England ; Mr. Cavendish espressly refers to it, as having set him upon making his experiments. (Phil. Trans. 1784, p. 126.)...
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The Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of Henry Lord Brougham: To which is ...

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1841
...MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FRANCE. PUBLISHED AS AN APPENDIX TO A MEMOIR OF JAMES WATT. THERE can be no doubt whatever, that the experiment of Mr....rise to this inquiry, at least in England ; * Mr. Warltirc's letter is dated Birmingham, 18th April 1781, and was published by Dr. Priestley in the appendix...
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Lectures on Chemistry: Including Its Applications in the Arts, and the ...

Henry Minchin Noad - 1843 - 505 pages
...no doubt that the inquiry, at least in England, originated in the experiments of Mr. Warltire, which consisted in firing by electricity, a mixture of inflammable...close vessel, and two things were said to be observed : first, a sensible loss of weight ; second, a dewy deposit on the sides of the vessel : this experiment...
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Lectures on chemistry, including its applications in the arts

Henry Minchin Noad - 1841
...no doubt that the inquiry, at least in England, originated in the experiments of Mr. Warltire, which consisted in firing by electricity, a mixture of inflammable...close vessel, and two things were said to be observed : first, a sensible loss of weight ; second, a dewy deposit on the sides of the vessel : this experiment...
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Lives of Men of Letters and Science, who Flourished in the Time of George III.

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1845 - 295 pages
...THERE can be no doubt whatever, that the experiment of Mr. Warltire, related in Dr. Priestley's fifth volume,* gave rise to this inquiry, at least in England...close vessel, and two things were said to be observed : first, a sensible loss of weight; second, a dewy deposit on the sides of the vessel. Mr. Watt, in...
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Lives of men of letters and science who flourished in ..., Volume 1; Volume 122

Henry Peter Brougham (1st baron Brougham and Vaux.) - 1845
...and dry before, yet, after firing the air, it became dewy, and was lined with a sooty substance." It refers to it, as having set him upon making his experiments....close vessel, and two things were said to be observed : first, a sensible loss of weight ; second, a dewy deposit on the sides of the vessel. Mr. Watt, in...
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