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ord the kynge; Ther was much minstralse, Trompus, tabors, and santre, Both harp and fydyllynge. A monumental brass of the same period in St. Margaret's Church, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, shows the musicians at a peacock feast; one has a four-stringed fiddle, another a six-stringed cithern. 2. (Husbandry.) A wooden bar. FlatherAug. 15, 1865. 50,125C. HowardSept. 26, 1865. 50,358C. HowardOct. 10, 1865. *52,933J. D. SmithFeb. 27, 1866. *52,934J. D. SmithFeb. 27, 1866. *55,012N. KingMay 22, 1866. *56,939H. W. HaydenAug. 7, 1866. *57,636N. KingAug. 28, 1866. *57,808O. F. WinchesterSept. 4, 1866. *58,937G. W. BriggsOct. 16, 1866. *59,126V. N. KingAug. 28, 1866. *57,808O. F. WinchesterSept. 4, 1866. *58,937G. W. BriggsOct. 16, 1866. *59,126V. FogertyOct. 23, 1866. *63,564P. ShecklerApr. 2, 1867. 65,812W. W. HubbellJune 18, 1867. *66,751E. L. SturtevantJuly 16, 1867. 68,786M. Pidault and G. Elieze (dit Lagieze)Sept. 10, 1867. *82,819V. FogertyOct. 6, 1868. *84,598L. WheelockDec. 1, 1868. 85,616P. SchulerJan. 5, 1869. *86,723S. G. BayesFeb. 9, 1869. 1. Slidin
-metal, the bottom of the bulb being weighted so that it always stands upright. b is Broughton's oiler, having an outer shell, an internal reservoir of elastic material, and an opening in the bottom for a thumb-piece, by which the reservoir is compressed to discharge oil. c has a swiveled tube attached by an elbow to the discharge-tube, and which reaches the oil collected at the lower portion of the can when tilted. d has a transparent chamber between the nozzle and the reservoir. King's oiler, e, is for reaching shafting in an elevated position; the oiler is placed on the end of a handle, and the oil ejected at the goose-neck by a plunger actuated by a wire and a trigger-lever on the handle. f is an oiler for large machinery, steamships, etc. It is air-tight, and will not discharge when upset, nor when tilted, until the air-valve is pressed by the thumb, although the spout is always full. An early form of this useful little appliance is to be seen in the British Mus
ion. The calipers of Bandelocque have blunt extremities, which are placed respectively on the symphysis pubis and the sacrum, about three inches being deducted for the thickness of the mons veneris, pubis, and the base of the sacrum. Coutouly's instrument is like a shoemaker's foot-measurer, having a sliding lug. It is introduced into the vagina and then separated, so that one projection touches the promontory of the sacrum and the other comes behind the os pubis. The cut represents King's pelvimeter with feelers half opened. It is introduced into the vagina with the piston drawn back. When in position it is pushed gently forward, which makes the feelers in front diverge, the extent of which is indicated on the piston-rod. Pely-com′e-ter. A pelvimeter (which see). Pen. 1. Pens, if the term be held to include all writing instruments, are of two general kinds, those which scratch and those which use an ink. The former are the more ancient, and consisted of a stylu
Susquehanna, United States. w, Great Western (Old), England. x, London and Croydon, England, which first dispensed Railway-rails. with longitudinal sleepers and chairs. y, Morris and Prevost, England. z, Birmingham and Gloucester, England. a′, London and Birmingham, England. b′, London and Brighton, England. c′, Midland counties, England. d′, contractor's rail. e′, street-car rail. f′, locomotive street-rail. g′, continuous rail. h′, tubular rail. j′, King's rail, with steel cap. k′, Potter's rail, with steel facing rolled in. l′, Hymer's rail, with a steel upper section, iron foot, and fish-plates. m′, Ashcroft's rail, with a steel tread and double foot. n′, Jones's rail, with a steel tread and forked foot. o′, Booth's rail, with an overlapping steel tread-plate See fagot: Fig. 1914, page 823. p′, Losh's fish-bellied rail and chair (1816); the rail fastened with keys. q′, Brunton and Shield's rail
ey. See Fig. 2665, page 1176. Sectional boat. Sectional boats for canal or navigation subject to occasional interruption by bends or rapids are described in King's English patent, 1802. They are specifically intended for use on inclined planes, as substitute for locks where summit water is scarce. Bond's boat is made in6,502ApplegateJan. 20, 1874. 146,679HunterJan. 20, 1874. 146,761GriswoldJan. 27, 1874. (Reissue.)5,752MuirFeb. 3, 1874. 148,024BishopMar. 14, 1874. 151,886KingJune 9, 1874. 152,500ManningJune 30, 1874. 152,798HallJuly 7, 1874. 153,767HappeAug. 4, 1874. (Reissue.)6,003Koch et al.Aug. 11, 1874. 156,171MorianOct. 20onsJuly 31, 1866. 59,997HallNov. 27, 1866. 60,360GoodrichDec. 11, 1866. 61,103RehfussJan. 8, 1867. 64,840ClemonsMay 21, 1867. 64,968GarvieMay 21, 1867. 65,395KingJune 4, 1867. 67,590Safford et al.Aug. 6, 1867. 81,466Benedict et al.Aug. 25, 1868. 81,604ClineSept. 1, 1868. 84,783WensleyDec. 8, 1868. 5. Guides (continued
f battlements, etc. Wa′ter-test. A test for the limpidity of water. Other qualitative and quantitative tests concern the ingredients; this, the color. Mr. King, city analyst, Edinburgh, employs a solution of caramel, made by adding 10 grains by volume of solution of ammonium chloride (3.17 grains of the salt to 10,000 g by volume, of Nessler's solution are poured into the liquid, and the whole allowed to stand ten minutes at 60° Fah., the color will be uniform, and is graded by Mr. King at 30°, on a scale in which each degree contains 10 grains of caramel solution. It is to be observed that the thickness of the liquid stratum is always an importhe church [First Abbey Church of Glastenbury. England], according to Malmesbury, were made of twigs, winded and twisted together, after the antient custome, that King's palaces were used to be built. So the King of Wales, by name Heolus Wha, in the year of our Lord 940, built a house of white twigs, to retire into when he came