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" The electric fluid is attracted by points. We do not know whether this property is in lightning, but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can already compare them, is it not probable they agree likewise in this? Let the experiment be made. "
Practical education - Page 410
by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1835 - 549 pages
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Chemistry of the Four Seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter: An Essay ...

Thomas Griffiths - Chemistry - 1846 - 451 pages
...of electricity presented itself strongly to the mind of a true philosopher, who reasoned thus:—" The electric fluid is attracted by points ; we do not know whether this property be in lightning, but since they agree, in all particulars in which we can already compare them, it...
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Chemistry of the Four Seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter: An Essay ...

Thomas Griffiths - Chemistry - 1846 - 451 pages
...electricity presented itself strongly to the mind of a true philosopher, who reasoned thus : — " The electric fluid is attracted by points ; we do not know whether this property be in lightning, but since they agree, in all particulars in which we can already compare them, it...
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The boy's own book of stories from history, &c

Mary Bennett - 1848 - 185 pages
...the points of resemblance between lightning and electricity, in a paper which concludes thus :—" The electric fluid is attracted by points. We do not know whether this property be in lightning; but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can already compare them,...
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Electric Science: Its History, Phenomena, and Applications

Frederick Collier Bakewell - Electricity - 1853 - 199 pages
...crack or noise in exploding ; 7. subsisting in water or ice ; 8. rending bodies it passes through ; 9. destroying animals ; 10. melting metals ; 11. firing...lightning, but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can' already compare them, is it not probable they agree likewise in this ? Let the experiment...
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Chambers's Information for the People: A Popular Encyclopaedia, Volume 2

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1853
...possession, however, of the fact, we find him concluding he paper we have mentioned as follows : — The electric fluid is attracted by points. We do not know whether this property be in lightning ; but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can already compare them,...
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The Select Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including His Autobiography

Benjamin Franklin, Epes Sargent - Statesmen - 1853 - 488 pages
...Crack or noise " in exploding. 7. Subsisting in water or ice. 8. Rending bodies it passes through. 9. Destroying animals. 10. Melting metals. 11. Firing inflammable substances. 12. Sulphureous smell.—The electric fluid is attracted by points.— We do not know whether this property is in lightning....
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An Elementary Course of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, for the Use of ...

Thomas Turner Tate - Physics - 1855
...crack or noise in exploding ; 7. subsisting in water or ice; 8. rending bodies it passes through ; 9. destroying animals; 10. melting metals; 11. firing...lightning, but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can already compare them, is it not probable they agree likewise in this? Let the experiment...
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An Elementary Course of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Volume 2

Thomas Turner Tate - 1855
...crack or noise in exploding ; 7. subsisting in water or ice; 8. rending bodies it passes through ; 9. destroying animals; 10. melting metals; 11. firing...lightning, but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can already compare them, is it not probable they agree likewise in this? Let the experiment...
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An Elementary Course of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, for the Use of ...

Thomas Turner Tate, C. S. Carter - Physics - 1858 - 524 pages
...Crack or noise in exploding ; 7. Subsisting in water or ice ; 8. Bending bodies it passes through ; 9. Destroying animals ; 10. Melting metals; 11. Firing...substances; 12. Sulphureous smell. The electric fluid is atracted by points. We do not know whether this property is n lightning, but since they agree in all...
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Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics: Also Lives of Distinguished ...

Henry Howe - Industrialists - 1858 - 482 pages
...however, of the fact, we find him concluding the paper we have mentioned as follows : — " The 3lectric fluid is attracted by points. We do not know whether this property bo in lightning ; but since they agree in all the particulars in which we can already compare them,...
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