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" And when the rain has wet the kite and twine, so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. "
Bulletin - Page 10
by United States. Weather Bureau - 1899
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An epitome of the arts and sciences: being a comprehensive system of the ...

William Duane - Children's questions and answers - 1811 - 324 pages
...lias wet the kite and twine, so that " it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will ** find it stream out plentifully from the key on " the approach of your knuckle. At this key w the phial may be charged, and from electric " fire- thus obtained, unlewt spirits may...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volume 4

E. Polehamton - 1815
...rain has wet the kite and twine, so that it can con. duct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged ; and from electric fire thus obtained spirit? may be kindled,...
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Essays & Letters

Benjamin Franklin - 1821
...rain has' wetted the kite and twine, so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged ; and from electric fire thus obtained, spirits may be kindled,...
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The gallery of nature and art; or a tour through creation and science ...

Edward Polehampton, John M. Good - Natural history - 1821
...rain has wet the kite and twine, so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged; and from electric fire thus obtained spirits may be kindled,...
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Readings in Natural Philosophy: Or, A Popular Display of the Wonders of ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Physics - 1830 - 700 pages
...rain has wet the kite and twine, so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged ; and from electric fire thus obtained spirits may be kindled,...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., Volume 5

Benjamin Franklin - United States - 1837
...rain has wetted the kite and twine, so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged ; and from electric fire thus obtained, spirits may be kindled,...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 32

Electronic journals - 1838
...the rain has wet the kite and twine so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged ; and, from electric fire thus obtained, spirits may be kindled...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 32

Electronic journals - 1894
...the rain has wet the kite and twine so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial may be charged ; and, from electric fire thus obtained, spirits may be kindled...
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The Select Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including His Autobiography

Benjamin Franklin, Epes Sargent - Statesmen - 1853 - 488 pages
...rain has wetted the kite and twine, so- that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the vial may be charged; and from electric fire thus obtained spirits may be kindled, and...
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Telegraphic Tales and Telegraphic History

William John Johnston - Telegraph - 1880 - 254 pages
...rain has wet the kite and twine, so that it can conduct the electric fire freely, you will find it stream out plentifully from the key on the approach of your knuckle. At this key the phial (Leyden jar) may be charged; and from the electric fire thus obtained spirits...
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