ublished in England was by Tonstall, Bishop of London, 1522.
The Italians had been in that field maerflow of the river.
Mr. Tomlinson, C. E., of London, has treated this matter more fully than any oknowledged as a reliable motive power.
The London engineer adds: That it is possible to construc air-filters were set up at the Mansion House, London, in 1854.
The mode of filtering air is by ait is discharged.
The steam-gun, exhibited in London a few years ago, exemplified a much more forcidescribed is the invention of M. Froment.
The London Mechanics' magazine thus refers to it (it appeund sleep, etc., etc.
In 1784, Dr. Moore of London tried the expedient of compressing the nerves years ago in the valley of the Thames between London and Brentford, though it is said that latterlyon speaking several sentences was exhibited in London about 1810.
See Brewster's Natural magic.
Invented by George Wallis, London.
By this method drawings are so executed th