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XXVI., pp. 163-176.
Cardboard is produced by pasting a number of sheets of paper together.
Bristol board is all white paper, and is made of two or more sheets according to the thickness required.
Other qualities are made by inclosing common thick paper between eventual success is connected with a pleasing episode in the history of mechanical industry, which is substantially as follows:—
About 1709, Abraham Darby, of Bristol, had a Welsh boy in his service named John Thomas.
The master had been endeavoring to cast iron with but indifferent success, and the boy stated that he saw throcross the Itchen River, Hampshire, England.
The chain pier of Brighton was erected in 1822.
The chains of Hungerford Bridge, London, were moved to Clifton, near Bristol, and now span the Avon.
The span is 720 feet; hight above water, 260 feet. See ferry-bridge.
2. An early (for Europe) form of the suspensionbridge in which c