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" At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths of two pipes leading into an air-bag, with which we had furnished ourselves previous to starting, we must within a minute have been suffocated, and so, but by different means, have shared... "
The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette - Page 260
1837
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 27

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1837
...of the balloon as to admit of comparatively but a small escape by that aperture. At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths...with within a minute have been suffocated, and so, bat by different means, have shared the melancholy fate of our friend. This bag was formed of silk,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 162

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1837
...of the balloon as to admit of comparatively but a small escape by that aperture. At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths...furnished ourselves previous to starting, we must within a minute have been suffocated, and so, but by different means, have shared the melancholy fate...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1837
...top of the babón at to admit of comparatively but a small escape by that aperture. At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths...furnished ourselves previous to starting, we must within a minute have been suffocated, and so, but by different means, have shared the melancholy fate...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 162-163

Early English newspapers - 1837
...two pipes leading into an air-bag with which we had furnished ourselves previous to starting, we must within a minute have been, suffocated, and so, but...friend. This bag was formed of silk, sufficiently capacious to contain 100 gallons of atmospheric air. Prior to our ascent the bag was inflated, with...
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Parallel universal history, an outline of the history and biography of the ...

Philip Alexander Prince - 1838
...object. Durmi> this frightful operation, the gas was rushing out in torrents from the valves ; and had it not been for the application to our mouths of two pipes leading into a silk bag, containing 100 gallons of atmospheric air, with which we had furnished ourselves previous...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 38

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1843
...two pipes leading into an air bag with which we had furni-hed ounrlves previous to starting, we miut within a minute have been suffocated, and so but by...different means, have shared the melancholy fate of our tríen. i. This bag wae formed of silk, sufficiently capaciou* to contain 100 gallon* of atmospheric...
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Parallel History: Being an Outline of the History and Biography of ..., Volume 2

Philip Alexander Prince - World history - 1843
...object. During this frightful operation, the gas was rushing out in torrents from the valves ¡ and had it not been for the application to our mouths of two pipes leading into a silk bag, containing 100 gallons of atmospheric air, with which we had furnished ourselves previous...
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The Temple anecdotes, by R. and C. Temple, Volume 1

1865
...the balloon, as to admit of comparatively but a small escape by that aperture. " At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths...furnished ourselves previous to starting, we must within a minute have been suffocated, and so, but by different means, have shared the melancholy fate...
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The Cloud King, Or, Up in the Air, and Down in the Sea: Being a History Fo ...

1865 - 356 pages
...escape from that aperture. At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths of the two pipes leading into an air-bag with which we had furnished ourselves previonsly to starting, we must within a minute have been 144 AN ELEVATED POSITION. suffocated ; and...
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Invention and discovery [from The Temple anecdotes] by R. and C. Temple

1870
...the balloon, as to admit of comparatively but a small escape by that aperture. " At this juncture, had it not been for the application to our mouths...furnished ourselves previous to starting, we must within a minute have been suffocated, and so, but by different means, have shared the melancholy fate...
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