s for mounting into a carriage.
A carriage-step to be let down and raised by the opening and closing of the carriage-door was patented in England by Thomason in 1799.
1. The cover of a carriage.
Permanent in coaches; double calash in barouches and landaus; calash in some gigs, buggies, phaetons, etc.; curtaption of the image on the retina.
This was beyond the skill of the oculist.
A successful operation for cataract was performed, in the 25th Nivose (January 14), 1799, in the Hospice des Villards, Paris, on a man aged twenty-four, born blind.
The operator was Citizen Fortenze, according to the affected style of the day.
Cat′cal, and wagon boilers unsafe.
(See Cornish-boiler). Smeaton introduced the flue into the boiler.
The cylindrical return-flue boiler was patented by Wilkinson in 1799.
A reading-glass whose back and front faces are formed by cylindrical surfaces, the diameters of which are at right