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" In a few hours (I cannot now be exact as to the time) the black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays; the dark blue almost as low, the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark, the other colours... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ... - Page 62
1834
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Narrative of the Operations of a Detachment in an Expedition to Candy: In ...

Arthur Johnston - Kandy, (Sri Lanka) - 1810 - 138 pages
...as to the time) the black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays; the dark blue almost as low, the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark, the other colours less as they were lighter; and the quite white remained on the surface of the snow,...
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Essays and letters, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress) - American essays - 1820 - 340 pages
...as to the time) the black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low; the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark ; the other colours less as they were lighter ; and the quite white remained on the surface of the...
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The British Prose Writers, Volume 19

British prose literature - 1821
...black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays 5 the dark blue almost as low ; the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark ; the other colours less as they were lighter ; and the quite white remained on the surface of the...
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Essays and Letters, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin - American essays - 1821
...exact as to the time) the black being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low; the lighter blue not quite sť much as the dark ; the other colours less as they were lighter; and the quite white remained on...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., Volume 6

Benjamin Franklin - United States - 1838
...as to the time), the black, being wanned most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low, the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark, the other colors less as they were lighter ; and the quite white remained on the surface of the snow,...
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Endless Amusement; a Collection of Nearly 400 Entertaining Experiment in ...

Fireworks - 1839 - 216 pages
...a few hours, the black being warmed most by the sun, will be sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low ; the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark ; the other colours less, as they are lighter ; and the quite white remain on the surface of the snow,...
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The works of Benjamin Franklin: with notes and a life of the author by J. Sparks

Benjamin Franklin - 1840
...as to the time), the black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low, the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark, the other colors less as they were lighter ; and the quite white remained on the surface of the snow,...
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The New Cabinet of Arts: A Series of Entertaining Experiments in Various ...

T. C. Thornton - Scientific recreations - 1846 - 252 pages
...a few hours, the black being most warmed by the sun, will be sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low ; the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark; the other colours lest as they are lighter; and the white quite remain on the surface of .the snow,...
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The Select Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including His Autobiography

Benjamin Franklin - Inventors - 1853 - 488 pages
...as to the time) the black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays; the dark blue almost as low, the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark, the other colors less as they were lighter; and the quite white remained on the surface of the snow,...
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Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays ...

John Tyndall - 1871
...as to the time), the black, being warmed most by the sun, was sunk so low as to be below the stroke of the sun's rays ; the dark blue almost as low, the lighter blue not quite so much as the dark, the other colors less as they were lighter. The white remained on the surface of the snow, not having...
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