In thia expectation I was not diaappointed ; for, adopting ihe arrangement represented in PL.
In perfonningt Ui "perfnunt, in any of Its Uodittcfttient, it will U ibiiad adnnt^Mkia to eml I^ a Ter; abort thread, otherwiae i U elastidtj wilt prove iaemreata A, if Dot &ta1, to the aucceai of the ftsperiment. duced on the different masses of iron was chiefly upon the ^or^ tioiu Q^arest to the magnets, the influence on the opposite ex- tremity of each portion bein^ merely consequential, it occufrsd - to me, that if the substances employed in the experimests «Ert placed betwixt the two opposite poles of a pair oi inagn0ts,'sa ' that the appropriate polfuity might simultaneously be developed at both extremities of the iro Q, a mucl^ more powerful aotioa might be expected. These figuces, three inches in heightt caa be readily sus Uined at the distance of an inch ttaia the upper magnet, the ra^;nets tbemsdve B bang foot inches apart.
The fianaequnice was, that the expenditare for wolf-scalps foeeame so gmt, as to render it necessary to repeal the law. — The great attention which has beeii bestowed for many years on the Entomology of England, where there-is sooredy a nngle dty. Peak, Veimont, 4,279 Cats UB Moontrfas, Bound Top, N. Ulamiri, 9,600' AU^um; Moimtaiiii, In Tli^iiiis, 3,l Wt Ozarc AIouutalii B, weit of Mi Bsusiypi, S,2fi9 Wisco Dson Hills, S. ' On the ^peanmce of die British critidsms, Mr Bosem pr B pared a full aoawer to the objections of the reviewers, but this reply he never published; contenting himself with inserting a i Kort abstract of it in the pre&ce to the second editim, which appeared in 1806, within a year from the publication of the first The chief objections, io addition to the criticisms alxm stated, were, that he was fond -The B« consi- derations determined him (o withdraw from tht contest ; but he Memoir of Wi Uiam Roscoe, Esq.
a r^Mr Bowoe V pai Rpble^ , , , ., This letter broi^t him into more ^mmfdiat^ .coii;etpoiid^kw w Jth. SO, and forms an interesting part of the objects which attract strangers' to our Institution. Several yaan ago, au agnraiknr^ soo My, aihich was established at the seat of government, offered a large premium to the person who should kill the greatest number of wolves in one yeu-. tioe insect (Lemnoria terebraiu of Leach), the ravages of which imvie hitherto baffled the ing^iiity of our engineers List of Patents granted in England, fiom M August lo 30(A August 1831. street in Idveipool I ,i,zdero£ouc.religic», ": TJie|:e- &tt^l^ t Ungs.wb«b Bo»Ter ye would that nte^ should doto.yfw, doyeeven so to them." , Xbe Kjueetion of the s Uvemade^ at, that period, ao'eagtasacd tht nind of i Roasoe,, that,i R the easie year, ha publirfied his wdl known poetic effusion, " The Wrongs of Ajries," in.t. Qf wlitch be p Uoed al the diqipaat of ths 'Comu Mtlea tben.fiainpd for. He had k Sled some of then before the final o Dset, and in the last conflict had des Woyed sevens j hh axe was his only v/eapcat. I am well satisfied that the latter is the jackal of Asia. This timber, it k be Ueved, might easily be pioc Hred i and it might be worth wllil* to try some pilea cf it id our stm-piera, in the hope that it would resst the attacks of the minute but very destructive ma. The phencnaena of vegetatic Hi, and the cultiva- tion of plants, appear to bare made a deep in^resnon on his youthful mind ; and in the little cultivate of his fkt Iter V fields^ • A.Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I I HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY :,, G00glf Diailizodbv Go Ogle D,a,l,zt! Diailizodbv Co Oglc ..l/./Srj( Pnnklbi Im Utiitlc B aftha State of APRIL.. TO BE COXTINUBD QUARTERLY, EDINBURGH : n UNTED FOR ADAM BLACK, NORTH BRIIMSE, EDINBCBOH t AND LONGMAN, IIEE8, ORME, BROWN, & GREEN, LONDON.
Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing tliis resource, we liave taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying.