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Página 58 - For the fitches are not threshed with a threshing instrument, neither is a cart wheel turned about upon the cummin; but the fitches are beaten out with a staff", and the cummin with a rod. '28 Bread corn is bruised; because he will not ever be threshing it, nor break it with the wheel of his cart, nor bruise it with his horsemen.
Página 8 - WILLIAM DOUGLAS HAMILTON, FSA, of Her Majesty's Public Record> Office, 4th Edition, revised. 5s. ; cloth boards, 6s. 5. Greece, Outlines of the History of; in connection with the Rise of the Arts and Civilization in Europe. By W. DOUGLAS HAMILTON, of University College, London, and EDWARD LEVIEN, MA, of Balliol College, Oxford.
Página 7 - DICTIONARIES has long been felt by the younger students in schools, and by the classical scholar who requires a book that may be carried in the pocket ; and it is believed that the present is the first attempt which has been made to offer a complete Lexicon of the Greek Language in so small a compass. In the volumes on ENGLAND, GREECE and ROME, it is intended to treat of History as a Science, and to present in a connected view an analysis of the large and expensive works of the most highly valued...
Página 2 - CONSTRUCTING CRANES for the Erection of Buildings and for Hoisting Goods, by JOSEPH GLYNN, FRS, CE — x. Is. TREATISE ON THE STEAM ENGINE, by DR. LARDNKR, LL.D., Editor of the " Cabinet Cyclopaedia
Página 9 - ... 3. This supposes two apertures of some kind at each end, one for the admission and the other for the escape of the steam: it supposes also one of these apertures to communicate with the boiler, where the steam is generated, and the other to communicate with the condenser, where the steam is destroyed. 4. It supposes, moreover, some means of alternately stopping and opening each of these apertures. The means whereby...
Página 107 - ... eighth of an inch. The apples are filled into a hopper placed over the cylinder, and led into a narrow cavity at the upper side of it. The cylinder is mounted on a high frame, its axes being placed in composition boxes. A rapid revolution is produced by connecting it with a horsemill by belts or bands. The apples are reduced to a fine pomace, grated, not pressed. It performed well in the presence of the committee, and grated a barrel of russet apples in 1 minute 34 seconds."— -4.
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Página 7 - English constitution, and of those events which have more especially tended to promote our commercial prosperity and political freedom, it is impossible that a correct judgment can be formed by the mass of the people of the measures best calculated to increase the...