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He made curious gurgling noises. Four of these were found in Rome, in the Catacombs, one in unspecified Catacombs in and three during the more recent excavations in the Panfilo and Verano and Catacombs. God loves the bond of unity. The substance of the heavens and of the stars is called ether. You should be proud of yourself. We shall shortly relate what the book of Moses teaches about these six days.

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Lecture on the electric telegraph. James Bowman Lindsay My object in the present lecture is not to give a general description of Electricity but to confine myself almost exclusively to the electric Telegraph, and as electricity and magnetism are so dependant on each other that if we have the one we can produce the other, the history of these two powers may be joined together.

The earliest account of magnetism is to be found in the history of that wonderful people the Chinese, and as the account of it that history is not so far as I know to be found in any of our treatises on magnetism, I shall give it in full. In the 6th year of Ching Wang who began to reign BC messengers came from the kingdom Yue Chang Shi and brought presents and did homage to this Emperor. This kingdom was situated to the south of Kiao Chi or of Cochin China.