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" The feeling of it to my lungs was not sensibly different from that of common air, but I fancied that my breast felt peculiarly light and easy for some time afterwards. Who can tell but that, in time, this pure air may become a fashionable article in luxury?... "
Air and Health - Page 303
by Ronald Campbell Macfie - 1909 - 345 pages
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The Monthly Review, Volume 54

1776
...different from that of common air; but I fancied that my bread felt peculiarly light and cafy for fome time afterwards. Who can tell but that in time, this pure air may become a fafhionable article in luxury !* We muft, for the prefent, take leive of this ingenious work ; referving...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 54

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1776
...common air ; but I fancied that my breaft felt peculiarly light and eafy for fome time afierwarcls. Who can tell but that in time, this pure air may become a famionable article in luxury !' We mull, for the prefent, take Ic^ve of this ingenious work ; referving...
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Experiments and Observations on Different Kinds of Air and Other ..., Volume 2

Joseph Priestley - Air - 1790
...different from that of com-' mon air ;. but I fanckd that my breaft felt peculiarly light and eafy for fome time afterwards. Who can tell but that, in time,. this pure air may become a fafhionable article in luxury. Hithertoonly two mice and myfelf have had the privilege of breathing...
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The Life of Joseph Priestley, LL.D., F.R.S.,etc. Etc: With Critical ...

John Corry - 1804 - 112 pages
...curiosity by breathing it,drawingitthrough a glass syphon, and by this means I reduced a large jar full of it to the standard of common air. The feeling of...and myself have had the privilege of breathing it."* * Dr. Beddoes in his Medical Pneumatic Institutions, informs us of the cordial effects of oxygen gas,...
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The life of Joseph Priestley

John Corry - Science - 1804 - 112 pages
...common air. The feeling of it to my lungs was not sensibly different from that of common air; but L fancied that my breast felt peculiarly light and easy...and myself have had the privilege of breathing it."* * Dr. Beddoes in his Medical Pneumatic Institutions, , informs us of the cordial effects of oxygengas,...
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The Life of Joseph Priestley, LL.D., F.R.S.,etc. Etc: With Critical ...

John Corry - 1804 - 112 pages
...common air. The feeling of it to my lungs was not sen. sibly different from that of common air; but L fancied that my breast felt peculiarly light and easy...and myself have had the privilege of breathing it."* * Dr. Beddoes in his Medical Pneumatic Tnstitntlonr, informs us of the cordial effects of oxy&engas,...
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The Life of Joseph Priestley

John Corry - 1804
...but I fancied that my breast felt peculiarly light and easy for some time afterwards. Who can telt but that, in time, this pure air may become a fashionable...and myself have had the privilege of breathing it."* * Dr. Beddoes in his Medical Pneumatic Institutions^ informs us of the cordial effects of oxygen gas,...
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The Poetical register, and repository of fugitive poetry for 1801-11, Volume 7

Literary Criticism - 1812
...Dephlogisticated air. The feeling of it waĞ tot dl£ ferent from that of common nir, but I fancied my breast felt peculiarly light and easy for some...time this pure air may become a fashionable article of Luxury ? Hitherto only two mice and myself have h*<t the privilege of breathing it. Priestley on...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 7

English poetry - 1812
...Viz. DepMogisUcaled air The feeling of it Wai not dilferent from that of common air; but I fancied my breast felt peculiarly light and easy for some...can tell but that in time this pure air may become a ftaliionablt article if Itiaury ? Hiiherto only two nnce and myself have had the privilege of breathing...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
...fancied he felt, a peculiar sensation of lightness and ease of the chest. " Who can tell," says he, " but that in time this pure air may become a fashionable...and myself have had the privilege of breathing it." To this he foolishly adds, that " the air which nature has provided for us is as good as we deserve."...
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