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" those alterations excepted; the cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end thereof—The mode of forming a vacuum is believed to be entirely new; also of letting the water into it, and throwing it off against the... "
Mechanicks Magazine, and Journal of Publick Internal Improvement - Page 21
1830
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 28

Industrial arts - 1838
...in which Fitch describes to the public the plan on which his projected steam-boat was to be built. " The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end. The mode by which we obtain what I term a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method...
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 16

Jared Sparks - United States - 1845
...of the plan of this craft is given by the inventor, in the Columbian Magazine for December, 1786. " The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end. The method by which we obtain a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting...
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The Library of American Biography

Jared Sparks - United States - 1845
...of the plan of this craft is given by the inventor, in the Columbian Magazine for December, 1786. " The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end. The method by which we obtain a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting...
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The Library of American Biography

Jared Sparks - United States - 1845
...description of the plan of this craft is given by the inventor, in the Columbian Magazine for December, 1786. "The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end. The method by which we obtain a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting...
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Transactions. Transactions

Royal society of arts - History - 1847
...mode by which we obtain what I call a vacuum, is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting the water into it, and throwing it off against the atmosphere without friction. " It is expected that the cylinder, which is of twelve inches diameter, will move a clear...
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A Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Steam Navigation: From Authentic ...

Bennet Woodcroft - Steam-navigation - 1848 - 140 pages
...in which Fitch describes to the public the plan on which his projected steam boat was to be built. " The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end. The mode by which we obtain what I call a vacuum, is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the...
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Lives of eminent literary and scientific men of America

James Wynne - 1850 - 356 pages
...force of steam; the steam engine is to be similar to the late improved steam engine in Europe, these alterations excepted; the cylinder is to be horizontal,...and the steam to work with equal force at each end thereof. The mode of forming a vacuum is believed to be entirely new, also of letting the water into...
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Lives of Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of America

James Wynne - History - 1850 - 356 pages
...to be similar to the late improved steam engine in Europe, these alterations excepted; the'cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end thereof. The mode of forming a vacuum is believed to be entirely new, also of letting the water into...
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History of Propellers and Steam Navigation: With Biographical Sketches of ...

Robert Macfarlane - Steam-navigation - 1851 - 144 pages
...the following description of his boat, in the Columbian Magazine, December, 1786. Fra. 6. A \ \_ " The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at both ends. The mode by which we obtain a vacuum is, we believe, entirely new, as is also the method...
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History of Propellers and Steam Navigation: With Biographical Sketches of ...

Robert Macfarlane - Steam-navigation - 1851 - 144 pages
...the following description of his boat, in the Columbian Magazine, December, 1786. . Fis. 6. A \ \^ " The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at both ends. The mode by which we obtain a vacuum is, we believe, entirely new, as is also the method...
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