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" The minds of the most incredulous were changed in a few minutes. Before the boat had made the progress of a quarter of a mile, the greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who, while he looked on the expensive machine. thanked his stars that... "
Scientific Tracts - Página 77
1832
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The Life of Robert Fulton

Cadwallader David Colden - 1817 - 371 páginas
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who, while he looked on the expensive machine. thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...who had neither sense nor feeling enough to suppress their contemptuous ridicule and rude jokes, were silenced for a moment by a vulgar astonishment, which...
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The Life of Robert Fulton

Cadwallader David Colden - 1817 - 371 páginas
...must have been converted. The man who, while he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars mat he had more wisdom than to waste his money on such...his features as the boat moved from the wharf and gamed her speed; his complacent smile gradually stiffened into an expression of wonder168 The jeers...
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Life and Character of Robert Fulton

183? - 120 páginas
...eloquenl writer, ' could exceed the surprise and admiration of all who observed the experiment. 'J he minds of the most incredulous were changed in a few...had neither sense nor feeling enough to suppress the contemptuous ridicule and rude jokes, were silenced for a moment, by a vulgar astonishment which deprived...
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Historical and Descriptive Anecdotes of Steam-engines, and of ..., Volumen2

Robert Stuart - 1829
...greatest unbeliever must have. been converted. The man, who, while he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...features as the boat moved from the wharf and gained her speedi his complacent smile gradually stiffened into an expression of wonder — the jeers of the ignorant,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen14

1839
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who, while he looked on the expensive machine thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to waste his money in such idle schemes, changed the expression of his features as the boat moved from the wharf, and...
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Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics: Also, Lives of Distinguished ...

Henry Howe - 1840 - 482 páginas
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who, while he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...the boat moved from the wharf and gained her speed, and his complacent expression gradually stiffened into one of wonder. The jeers of the ignorant, who...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volumen35

1841
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who, whilst he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...who had neither sense nor feeling enough to suppress their contemptuous ridicule and rude jokes, were silenced for a moment by a vulgar astonishment, which...
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On the Nature, Properties, and Applications of Steam, and on Steam ...

John Scott Russell, Peter LeCount - 1841 - 378 páginas
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who while he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...who had neither sense nor feeling enough to suppress their contemptuous ridicule and rude jokes, were silenced for a moment by a vulgar astonishment which...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volumen35

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1841
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who, whilst he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...who had neither sense nor feeling enough to suppress their contemptuous ridicule and rude jokes, were silenced for a moment by a vulgar astonishment, which...
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On the Nature, Properties, and Applications of Steam, and on Steam ...

John Scott Russell - 1841 - 378 páginas
...greatest unbeliever must have been converted. The man who while he looked on the expensive machine, thanked his stars that he had more wisdom than to...features as the boat moved from the wharf, and gained her speed—his complacent smile gradually stiffened into an expression of wonder. The jeers of the ignorant,...
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