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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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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 4

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1845
...The Author. The Author. Railway Switch. Tract. 4to. Liverpool,} The Author. 1840 ' ' Finlaison, J. An account of some remarkable applications of the electric fluid to the useful arte, by A. Bain ; with a vindication of his claim to be the first inventor of the electro-/Lieut....
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1888
...as the same can be ascertained. 4to, half calf. 1843. NICE COPT ... ... ... ... 36. 44 Bain, Alex. Account of some remarkable applications of the Electric Fluid to the useful Arts, by Alex. Bain. With a vindication of his claim to be the 6rst inventor of Elcctro-Maanetic Printing Telegraph,...
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Frankenstein's Children: Electricity, Exhibition, and Experiment in Early ...

Iwan Rhys Morus - Science - 1998 - 324 pages
...(1842): 404. 150. "Original Correspondence," Literary Gazette 26 (1842): 423. 151. John Finlaison, An Account of Some Remarkable Applications of the Electric Fluid to the Useful Arts (London, 1843). It is not clear that Finlaison's position was as nonpartisan as he wished to assert....
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Communications: An International History of the Formative Years

Russell W. Burns - Technology & Engineering - 2004 - 639 pages
...time-pieces and telegraphs' British patent no. 9745, 1843 10 ANON.: The Times, April 1844 11 F1NLAISON, 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 to be the first inventor of the electromagnetic printing...
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Library Bulletin, Volume 1

Cornell University. Libraries - 1886
...company. March 8th, 1866. London, 1866. 8. pp. 48. Wdcts. Lettered "Atlantic cable." Fiiiln ison. 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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The Electrician and Electrical Engineer, Volume 4

Electric engineering - 1885
...the Actuary of the National Debt office. Mr. Finlaison published a pamphlet entitled "An Account f 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 Electro-Magnetic Printing...
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