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" ... all matters lighter than the central parts of that air, and immersed in it, would recede from the centre, and rise till they arrived at that region of the air which was of the same specific gravity with themselves, where they would rest ; while other... "
Terrible Tractoration, and Other Poems - Page 65
by Thomas Green Fessenden - 1837 - 264 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 55

English literature - 1793 - 702 pages
...lighter thin the central parts of that air, and ¡mmerfed in it, would recede from the centre, and rife till they arrived at that region of the air which was of the fame /pecific gravity with themfdves, where they would reft; while other matter mixed with the lighter...
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Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Volume 3

American Philosophical Society - Electronic journals - 1793 - 428 pages
...lighter than the central part of that air and immerfed in it, would recede from the centre and rife till they arrived at that region of the air which was of the fame fpecific gravity with themfelves, where they would reft; while other matter, mixed with the lighter...
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The Works ...

William Smith - 1803 - 492 pages
...towards the centre, and rarer as more remote ; consequently all bodies, lighter than the central parts of that air, and immersed in it, would recede from...the lighter air, would descend, and the two meeting would form. the shell of the first.earth, leaving the upper atmosphere nearly clear. The original,...
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The Works of William Smith, D. D.: Late Provost of the College and ..., Volume 1

William Smith - Sermons, American - 1803 - 528 pages
...towards the centre, and rarer as more remote ; censequently all bodies, lighter than the central parts of that air, and immersed in it, would recede from...the lighter air, would descend, and the two meeting would form the shell of the first earth, leaving the upper atmosphere nearly clear. The original movement...
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The Modern Philosopher, Or Terrible Tractoration: In Four Cantos, Most ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - American poetry - 1806 - 320 pages
...common centre: That the air being a fluid whose parts repel each other, though drawn to the common centre by their gravity, would be densest towards...arrived at that region of the air which was of the same specifick gravity with themselves, where they would rest; while other matter, mixed with the lighter...
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The Modern Philosopher: Or Terrible Tractoration! In Four Cantos, Most ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - American poetry - 1806 - 326 pages
...from the centre and rise till they arrived at that region of the air which was of the same specifick gravity with themselves, where they would rest ; while...the lighter air would descend, and the two meeting would form the shell of the first earth, leaving the upper atmosphere nearly clear.* The original movement...
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The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 32

1809 - 700 pages
...lighter than the central parts of that air, and immeiied in it, would recede from the centre, and rife till they arrived at that region of the air which was of the fame fpecific gravity with theinfelvcs, where they would reft ; while other matter mixed with the lighter...
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Essays and Letters, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin - American essays - 1820 - 360 pages
...more remote ; consequently all matters lighter than the central parts of that air, and immersed i* it, would recede from the centre, and rise till they...the lighter air, would descend, and the two meeting would form the shell of the first earth, leaving the upper atmosphere nearly clear. The original movement...
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Essays and Letters, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin - American essays - 1821 - 232 pages
...towards the centre, and rarer as more remote ; consequently all matters lighter than the central parts of that air, and: immersed in it, would recede from...the lighter air, would descend, and the two meeting would form the shell of the first earth, leaving the upper atmosphere nearly clear. The original movement...
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The British Prose Writers...: Dr. B. Franklin's essays

British prose literature - 1821 - 356 pages
...towards the centre, and rarer as more remote ; consequently all mutters lighter than the central parts of that air, and immersed in it, would recede from...the lighter air, would descend, and the two meeting would form the shell of the first earth, leaving the upper atmosphere nearly clear. The original movement...
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