... fixed on, according to the intended size of the vessels to be made The engine is to be set in motion by manual labour, applied at the winch, ... the balh I-, previously to formi-lg the claymtoa ball, breaks it in two. and violently slaps it together between the p thus of his hands. ... because they are equal and reverAcd; but it is plain. that the speed of the driven cone will vaiy much, according as the belt is at theanbsp;...
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