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" (John). An account of some remarkable applications of the electric fluid to the useful arts, by A. Bain, with a vindication of his •claim to be the first inventor of the electro-magnetic printing telegraph, and also of the electro-magnetic clock. "
Bulletin of the New York Public Library - Page 512
1902
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A Catalogue of the Library of the Athenæum

Scholars - 1845 - 536 pages
...First and Second Reports of the Commissioners on the Fine Arts. Folio. London, 1843. FINLAISON (John) Account of some remarkable applications of the Electric Fluid to the Useful Arts by Alexander Bain; with a Vindication of his claim to be the Inventor of the Printing Telegraph and Magnetic...
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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

CHARLES MANBY - 1845
...Description of Faram's patent) Railway Switch. Tract. 4to. Liverpool,? The Author. 1840 ' * Finlaison, J. An account of some remarkable^ applications of the electric fluid to the useful I arts, by A. Bain ; with a vindication of hisl claim to be the first inventor of the electro-^Lieut....
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The electric telegraph: its history and progress

Edward Highton - 1852
...which copious extracts have been made. Annals of Electricity, Magnetism, and Chemistry, by W. Sturgeon. Account of some remarkable Applications of the Electric Fluid to the useful Arts, by Alexander Bain. Book of the Telegraph, by Daniel Davis. Chambers's Papers for the People. Daniell's...
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The Electro Magnetic Telegraph: With an Historical Account of Its Rise ...

Laurence Turnbull - Telegraph - 1853 - 264 pages
...July, 1839. Bain's Printing Telegraph. The following extract of a letter is taken from a work entitled "An Account of some Remarkable Applications of the Electric Fluid to the Useful Arts, by Alexander Bain: edited by John Finlaison, Esq., London, 1843," which gives us the date of Mr. Bain's...
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Catalogue of the Books in the Manchester Free Library: Reference Department ...

Manchester Public Libraries (Manchester, England), Andrea Crestadoro - Books - 1864 - 975 pages
...Annuitant«. By Alexander GlenFmiiiyjn ••• pp. 145. Lond. 1860. 8vo. 8551 FI.VLAI.-ЮХ (J.) An Account of Some Remarkable Applications of the Electric Fluid to the Useful Arts. By Mr. Alexander Bain. With a Vindication of his Claim ••• by John Finluison ••• pp. 127....
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Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers

Civil engineering - 1866 - 378 pages
...exposition of a new system of architecture. By W. V. Pickett. Tract. 4to. vol. 39. Load. 1847 FINLAISON, J. An account of some remarkable applications of the electric ‘/ fluid to the u¿ef'ul arts, by Mr. Bain ; with a vindication of his claim to be the first inventor of the electro-ntagnetic...
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Catalogue of Books and Papers Relating to Electricity

Sir Francis Ronalds - Electricity - 1880 - 564 pages
...Jacopo. Born 1750 (about), at Venice; died February 18, 1829, at Venice. T Finlaison, John, and Bain. An account of some remarkable applications of the Electric fluid to the useful arts, by Mr. Alex. Bain, with a vindication of his claim to be the first inventor of the Electro-Magnetic Printing...
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Catalogue of Books and Papers Relating to Electricity

Sir Francis Ronalds - Electricity - 1880 - 564 pages
...scientifique et industrielle. Troisième Année. 2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1869 f Finlaison, John, and Bain. An account of some remarkable applications of the Electric fluid to the useful arts, by Mr. Alex. Bain, with a vindication of his claim to be the first inventor of the Electro-Magnetic Printing...
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Catalogue

Institute of actuaries libr - 1880
...on the evidence and elementary facts on which the tables of life annuities are founded. folio. 1829 Account of some remarkable applications of the electric fluid to the useful arts, by Mr. Alexander Bain ; with a vindication of his claim to be the inventor of the electro-magnetic printing...
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Special lists. Mathematics

Cornell university libr - 1883
...company. March 8th, i860. London, i860. 8°. pp. 48. ll'dcts. Lettered " Atlantic cable," Filuaison, J. An account of some remarkable applications of the electric fluid to the useful arts by Alexander Bain, with a vindication of his claim to be the first inventor of the printing telegraph...
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