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Side 5 - I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.
Side 152 - Company shall take all reasonable precautions in constructing, placing and maintaining their electric lines and circuits and other works of all descriptions, and also in working their undertaking, so as not injuriously to affect by fusion or electrolytic action any gas or water pipes or other metallic pipes, structures or substances...
Side 152 - Pounds, and in case of a continuing Offence to a further Penalty not exceeding Five Pounds for every Day during which the same continues after the Day on which the first Penalty is incurred.
Side 38 - He who makes two blades of grass grow where one grew before is the benefactor of mankind ; but he who obscurely worked to find the laws of such growth is the intellectual superior as well as the greater benefactor of the two.
Side 153 - ... so connect together the several lengths of the rails; (c) adopt such means for reducing the difference produced by the current between the potential of the uninsulated return at any one point and the potential of the uninsulated return at any other point; and (d) so maintain the efficiency of...
Side 152 - lines" on public roads ; for regulating the use of electrical power ; for preventing fusion or injurious electrolytic action of or on gas or water pipes or other metallic pipes, structures or substances; and for minimising as far as is reasonably practicable injurious interference with the electric wires, lines, and apparatus of parties other than the Company, and the currents therein, whether such lines do or do not use the earth as a return.
Side 153 - ... to the uninsulated return and to any pipe in the vicinity, it shall always be possible to reverse the direction of any current indicated by interposing a battery of three Leclanche cells connected in series if the direction of the current is from the return to the pipe, or by interposing one Leclanche cell if the direction of the current is from the pipe to the return.
Side 70 - Our empire and race already comprise one-fifth of the world's population, and by our plantation of new states, by our guardianship of the seas, by our penetrating commerce, by the example of our just laws and firm constitution, and above all by the dissemination of our new arts, we stimulate the progress of mankind in a degree not to. be measured. If we lavishly and boldly push forward in the creation...
Side 153 - The owner of any such pipe may require the company to permit him at reasonable times and intervals to ascertain by test that the conditions specified in (ii) are complied with as regards his pipe. 7. When the return is partly or entirely uninsulated a continuous record shall be kept by the company of the difference of potential during the working of the tramway between points on the uninsulated return.
Side 152 - ... for regulating the employment of insulated returns, or of uninsulated metallic returns of low resistance, for preventing fusion or injurious electrolytic action of or on gas or water pipes, or other metallic pipes, structures, or substances, and for minimizing, as far as is reasonably practicable, injurious interference with the electric wires, lines, and appara.

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