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" We know that fish, when dead, afford similar light, and experiments have shown that dead fish immersed in sea water, after a time, afford it also. The spawn of fishes is said to afford it, and putrefaction is considered as a very common cause of this... "
The Mission to Siam, and Hué: The Capital of Cochin China, in the Years 1821 ... - Page 34
by George Finlayson, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles - 1826 - 427 pages
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...fish, when dead, afford similar light : and experiments have shown that dead fish immersed in sea-water after a time afford it also. The spawn of fishes is...granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's hcnd : these, when taken upon the hand, moved abont with great agility for a second or two, when they...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 8

Science - 1828
...parts of the ocean. We know that fish, when dead, afford similar light, and experiments have shown that dead fish immersed in sea water, after a time,...appeared unequivocally to proceed from innumerable granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's head. These, when taken upon the hand, moved...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 8

Science - 1828
...know that fish, when dead, afford similar light, and experiments have shown that dead fish immersed iu sea water, after a time, afford it also. The spawn...appeared unequivocally to proceed from innumerable granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's head. These, when taken upon the hand, moved...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Technology - 1828
...when dead, afford a similar light; and experiments have shown, that dead fish immersed in sea-water, after a time, afford it also. The spawn of fishes...appeared unequivocally to proceed from innumerable granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's head. These, when taken upon the hand, moved...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1828
...sea water, after a time, afford it also. The spawn of fishes fs said to afford it, and putefraction is considered as a very common cause of this appearance....appeared unequivocally to proceed from innumerable' granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's head. These, when taken upon the hand moved about...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress ...

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - Technology - 1828
...sea water, after a time, afford it also. The spawn of fishes is said to afford it, and putefraction is considered as a very common cause of this appearance....appeared unequivocally to proceed from innumerable granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's head. These, when taken upon the hand moved about...
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences

1828
...sea water, after a time, afford it also. The spawn of fishes is said to afford it, and putefraction is considered as a very common cause of this appearance....appeared unequivocally to proceed from innumerable granular gelatinous bodies, about the size of a pin's head. These, when taken upon the hand moved about...
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