with the file, after each stroke.
In Thiout's machine ( Traite de l'horologie, Paris, 1740), the file is attached to a screw-slide suspended at the end by pivots anclopaedia.
Fire-arm of the fifteenth century.
In the Musee d'artillerie, Paris, is a breech-loading arm of the time of Henry II.
of France, prior to 1550, anmpany of London was chartered in 1706.
Fire-insurance offices established in Paris, 1745.
American steam fire-engine.
Fire-escapes are divme centuries back.
Louis Savot, of the Faculty of Medicine at Paris (1579-1640), published a work on warming and ventilation in 1624.
His is the f accordingly Blanchard, one of the earliest aeronauts, on his first ascent from Paris in March, 1784, provided his balloon with wings and a rudder, but found them us owing to the serenity of the atmosphere.
During the same year, M. Julien at Paris made a model balloon, shaped like a fish, which was made to move in the air by