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1 See B. ii. c. 6 and c. 36.
2 In c. 59 of this Book
3 "Densum." Fée says that this is in general confirmed by experience.
4 This results, Fée says, from the presence of thin, aqueous vapours, which portend a change in the atmosphere.
5 Fée attributes this phænomenon to hydrosulphuric gas, ignited in the air by an electric spark. The notion that these meteors are stars, was prevalent to a very recent period.
6 To which they proceed.
7 This, Fée says, is confirmed by experience.
8 Or "Little Asses."
10 This, as Fée remarks, is consistent with experience.
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