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raised one foot in the same time, according to Boulton and Watt's experiments.
The following statement by Hachette shows125 x 2 1/2 × 8 = 2,500.
By the experiments of Boulton and Watt they determined that a good horse can draw 125 pounds at the water, being supported at intervals on timber pillars.
Watt's submerged aqueduct across the bed of the Clyde was an artthe fire.
The subject has been amplified of late years.
Watt introduced it into his steam — boiler furnace about 1767.
of Blois, France, in 1695; improved by Newcomen, 1705, and Watt, 1769.
It was the first good steam-engine on a working sca of the Cornish engine.
The present form of the engine has Watt's improvements.
In it the steam from the boiler is condug and closing the respective valves at the proper times.
Watt's atmospheric engine.
To the engine of Newcomen, Watt aWatt added, among other improvements, the separate condenser and the air-pump.
By the former he avoided the cooling of the cylind