hand reverses the hold of the pawls after one bucket is emptied and the act of drawing up the other is t be commenced. The buckets are made a little heavier upon one side than upon the other to prevent them from assuming an upright position in the water be fore they are completely filled. In place of a rope upon the windlass the buckets are connected by a flat iron chain the links of which Water-Proof Photographic Varnishes and Cements. stirring is ith an iron rod add the pitch in small por tions at a time stirring it until the compound is per THE BEST MECHANICAL PAPER IN THE WORIS EIGHTEENTH

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hand reverses the hold of the pawls after one bucket is emptied and the act of drawing up the other is t be commenced. The buckets are made a little heavier upon one side than upon the other to prevent them from assuming an upright position in the water be fore they are completely filled. In place of a rope upon the windlass the buckets are connected by a flat iron chain the links of which Water-Proof Photographic Varnishes and Cements. stirring is ith an iron rod add the pitch in small por tions at a time stirring it until the compound is per THE BEST MECHANICAL PAPER IN THE WORIS EIGHTEENTH
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hand reverses the hold of the pawls after one bucket is emptied and the act of drawing up the other is t be commenced. The buckets are made a little heavier upon one side than upon the other to prevent them from assuming an upright position in the water be fore they are completely filled. In place of a rope upon the windlass the buckets are connected by a flat iron chain the links of which Water-Proof Photographic Varnishes and Cements. stirring is ith an iron rod add the pitch in small por tions at a time stirring it until the compound is per THE BEST MECHANICAL PAPER IN THE WORIS EIGHTEENTH YEAR! $4 MUNN & CO. Publishers `GREGOR'S WELL CURB AND BUCKET., scientific american, 1862-09-06