tion of a pair of shears to cut the paper into suitable lengths as it issued from the machine.
1826. Canson in France applied the system of rarefying the air beneath the web, used in the Dickenson scertain the density of the earth have been made with the pendulum by Professor Airy in the years 1826 – 28, in deep mines in Cornwall, and later in other places at great depths and hights.
From thurn on water, and is only extinguished by earth.
In Crawford's Embassy to Ava, published about 1826, appears the following: Petroleum wells supply the whole Burman Empire with oil for lamps and alsman characters, upper case.
It was comprised in nineteen volumes.
Gall's alphabet, Edinburgh, 1826, was a modified Roman, but in the process of simplification attained a certain resemblance to som, among which may be cited the Punic, Oscan, and Greek.
He published a book in this character in 1826, and the Gospel of St. John in 1829-34.
Gall is regarded as the principal promoter of the art in