|Statement||by Stephen Hales ...|
|Contributions||Reid, Andrew, d. 1767?|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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1. Author(s): Hales,Stephen,; Reid,Andrew,? Title(s): An account of some experiments and observations on tar-water: wherein is shown the quantity of tar that is therein, which was read before the Royal Society. 1. Author(s): Hales,Stephen, Title(s): An account of some experiments and observations on tar-water: wherein is shown the quantity of tar that is therein and also a method proposed, both to abate that quantity considerably, and to ascertain the strength of the tar water . Free book download for kindle An account of some experiments and observations on tar-water: wherein is shown the quantity of tar that is therein. By Stephen Hales, . brary of Congress. His Account of Some Experiments and Observations on Tar Water: Wherein Is Shown the Quantity of Tar That Is Therein. And Also a Method Proposed, Both to Abate That Quantity Considerably, and to Ascertain the Strength of the Tar-Water (London, ), recently acquired, is little known, but im? portant nevertheless.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Stephen Hales books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Experiments and Observations made in, and before the year At one time it was like tar-water. How this was acquired, I was very desirous of making some experiments to ascertain, but I was discouraged by the fear of injuring the fermenting liquor. It could not come from the fixed air only. : Siris: A Chain Of Philosophical Reflections And Inquiries Concerning The Virtues Of Tar Water, And Divers Other Subjects Connected Together And Arising One From Another () (): Berkeley, George: Books. I is the 3rd ed. of Vegetable Staticks, and vol. II is the 1st ed. of Haemastaticks; or an Account of Some Hydraulic and Hydrostatical Experiments Made on the Blood and Blood-Vessels of Animals, with a separate preface, Hales’s “Account of Some Expenments on Stones in the Kidnies and Bladder,” an appendix with nine “Observations.