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G. S. Hillard, Life and Campaigns of George B. McClellan, Major-General , U. S. Army 2 0 Browse Search
Knight's Mechanical Encyclopedia (ed. Knight) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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battle under the walls of Quebec, where others of your ancestors bore a most honorable part. Ticonderoga, Crown Point, Saratoga, are all names made sacred to you by the bravery of your fathers, who there made illustrious the name of American troops. In this latter and more dreadful war you and yours have proved worthy of the reputation of your predecessors. And, whatever sacrifice may yet be necessary, I am confident that you will never consent willingly to be citizens of a divided and degraded nation, but that you will so support the actions of your fellow-countrymen in the field that we shall be victorious, and again have peace and a reunited country, when the hearts of the North and South shall again beat in unison, as they did in the good old times of the Revolution, when our Union and Constitution shall be as firm as the mountains which encircle this lovely lake, and the future of the Republic shall be as serene as the waters of Horicon when no breeze ripples its surface.
al, it will not respond. If a composite tone is sent, the ribbon will respond when its own note is being sent as a part of the composite tone, but as soon as its own tone is left out it will immediately stop. Thus it analyzes the tones which are passing over the line, and selects its own, allowing the others to pass to other instruments with which they are in accord. A successful experiment with this system was made at Milwaukee, Wis., on January 8, 1876. A loop was arranged by way of Horicon to Portage and back by way of Watertown, a distance of 200 miles. Over this single wire eight operators sent messages and signals in the same direction at the same time, without any one interfering with another. See for fuller description Journal of the American electrical Society, Vol. I. 1875. See also Gray's patent, No. 175,971, dated April 11, 1876. The same principle has been applied to the transmitting and receiving apparatus of sounding, recording, and printing telegraphs. Bel
C. H. Larabee, M. C., from Wisconsin, a few days ago fell through the floor of his flourishing mill at Horicon, and sustained severe injuries. Dr. Winship, of Roxbury, has been lecturing with much success in Canada. Last week he was in Montreal, and created considerable excitement and interest. The Mayor of Washington has issued a proclamation, declaring Thursday, the 29th inst., a day of thanksgiving and prayer. Rev. Jno. S. Kirkpatrick, of Charleston, S. C., has been elected President of Davidson College, N. C. Fifty-one vessels arrived at the port of New York during the last quarantine season, with yellow fever patients on board. President Buchanan is having his homestead "Wheatland," near Lancaster, put in order for his future residence. Diphtheria has appeared in Fredericksburg, Va. A son of R. W. Hart, aged about twelve years, died with the disease on Saturday last. Alfred Palmer has been appointed Surveyor of the Customs for the port