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Cyclopædic science simplified - Page 52
by John Henry Pepper - 1877
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 3

1818 - 762 pages
...that the idea occurred to Dr B. of giving- motion to objecti, such as pieces of coloured glass, <)fc. which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell...instrument. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope, in its simple form, was completed. In this state, however, the kaleidoscope could...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 3

1818
...that the idea occurred to Dr B. of giving motion to objects, suck as pieces of coloured glass, fyc. which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell...instrument. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope, in its simple form, was completed. In this state, however, the kaleidoscope could...
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Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 5

1818 - 462 pages
...that the idea occurred to Dr. B. of giving motion to objects, such as pieces of coloured glass, <Jc. which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell...instrument. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope in its simple form was completed. In this state, however, the kaleidoscope could not...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 5

1818 - 482 pages
...idea occurred to Dr. B. of giving motion to objects, such as pieces of coloured glass, 8<c. which vere either fixed or placed loosely in a cell at the end...instrument. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope in its simple form was completed. In this state, however, the kaleidoscope could not...
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 88, Part 2; Volume 124

1818 - 728 pages
...the idea occurred to Dr. Brewster of giving motion to objects, such at pieces of coloured glass, ifc. which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell at the end of the instrument. When this idea was executed, the kaleidoscope, in its simpleform, was completed. In this state, however, the kaleidoscope...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volume 12

1818
...Dr. B. of giving motion to objects, such as pieces of coloured glass, ¿cc. which were either Jiied or placed loosely in a cell at the end of the instrument. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope, in its simple form, was completed. In this state, however, the kaleidoscope could...
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Repertory of Arts, Manufactures, and Agriculture: Consisting of Original ...

1818 - 450 pages
...idea occurred to Dr. Brewster of giving motion to objects, such as pieces of coloured glass, .fyc. which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell at the end of the instrifment. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope, in, its simple form, was'completed....
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The Kaleidoscope, Its History, Theory and Construction with Its Application ...

David Brewster - 1858 - 189 pages
...afterwards that the idea occurred to me of giving motion to objects, such as pieces of coloured glass, &c., which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell...carried into execution, and the reflectors placed in a tube, and fitted up on the preceding principles, the Kaleidoscope, in its simple form, was completed....
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A Treatise on the Kaleidoscope

David Brewster - 1858 - 238 pages
...afterwards that the idea occurred to me of giving motion to objects, such as pieces of coloured glass, &c., which were either fixed or placed loosely in a cell...carried into execution, and the reflectors placed in a tube, and fitted up on the preceding principles, the Kaleidoscope, in its simple form, was completed....
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Invention and Discovery: Curious Facts and Characteristic Sketches

Invention - 1868 - 236 pages
...the completion of the instrument was made, in the idea of giving motion to these objects, which were placed loosely in a cell at the end of the instrument. When this idea was carried into execution, the kaleidoscope in its simple form was completed. The next and by far the most important step of the...
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