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" The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr B. "
Cyclopædic science simplified - Page 51
by John Henry Pepper - 1877
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 3

1818 - 762 pages
...trough formed by two plates of glass cemented together at an angle. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very re-, markable,...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volume 12

1818
...trough formed by two plates of glass cemented together at an angle. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 3

1818
...trough formed by two plates of glass cemented together at an angle. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr...
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Repertory of Arts, Manufactures, and Agriculture: Consisting of Original ...

1818 - 450 pages
...(rough formed by two plater of glass cemented together at an angle. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr....
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Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 5

1818 - 462 pages
...trough formed by two plates of glass cemented together at an angj£. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates, appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr....
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 88, Part 2; Volume 124

1818 - 728 pages
...trough formed by two plates of glass cemented together at an angle. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr....
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The Quarterly Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 5

1818 - 482 pages
...trough formed by two plates of glass cemented together at an angle. The eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates, appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The symmetry of this figure being very remarkable, Dr....
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A Manual of Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Being the ..., Volume 2

Charles Frederick Partington - 1828 - 468 pages
...angle. The ends being closed up with pieces of plate glass, cemented to the other plates, the trough was fixed horizontally, for the reception of the fluids....object end of the trough, appeared to be arranged in a remarkably regular and symmetrical manner. Pursuing the hint thus obtained, and investigating the subject...
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A London Encyclopaedia, Or Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 12

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...of the fluids was fixed horizontally : and his eye being now placed at one end without the trough, some of the cement which had been pressed through between the plates at the object end, appeared to be arranged in a remarkably regular and striking manner. This led him to form an instrument...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 25

1835
...formed by two plates of glass, cemented together at an angle ; and, the eye being necessarily placed at one end, some of the cement, which had been pressed through between the plates, appeared to be arranged into a regular figure. The remarkable symmetry which it presented, led to Dr....
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