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" ... so that all that the funnel is filled with is much heated, and, of course, much rarefied. Much more of the prosperity of a winter country depends on the plenty and cheapness of fuel than is generally imagined. "
Introductory remarks - Page 609
by Wakefield, Edward - 1812
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Observations on Smoky Chimneys, Their Causes and Cure; with Considerations ...

Benjamin Franklin, Jan Ingenhousz, Thomas Ruston - Chimneys - 1793 - 80 pages
...plenty and cheapnefs of fuel, than is generally imagined. In travelling I have obferved, that in thofe parts where the inhabitants can have neither wood, nor coal, nor turf, but at exceffive prices, the working people live in miferable hovels, are ragged, and have nothing comfortable...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of Benjamin Franklin ...

Benjamin Franklin, William Temple Franklin - Biography & Autobiography - 1818 - 449 pages
...through the^fire, so that all that the funnel is filled with is much heated, and of course much rarefied. Much more of the prosperity of a winter country depends...prices, the working people live in miserable hovels,' arc ragged, and have nothing comfortable about them. But when fuel is cheap (or where they have the...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., Volume 6

Benjamin Franklin - United States - 1844
...through the fire, so that all that the funnel is filled with is much heated, and of course much rarefied. Much more of the prosperity of a winter country depends...those parts where the inhabitants can have neither w^>od, nor coal, nor turf, but at excessive prices, the working people live in miserable hovels, are...
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On the History and Art of Warming and Ventilating Rooms and ..., Volume 2

Robert Stuart - Heating - 1845
...and distributing heat for domestic purposes, confers on society. " Much more," observes the doctor, " of the prosperity of a winter country depends on the...ragged, and have nothing comfortable about them ; but where fuel is cheap, or where they have the art of managing it to advantage, .they are well furnished...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., Volume 6

Benjamin Franklin, Jared Sparks - United States - 1882
...through the fire, so that all that the funnel is filled with is much heateJ. and of course much rarefied. Much more of the prosperity of a winter country depends on the plenty and cheapness of fuel, than t generally imagined. In travelling I have observed, tha: in those parts where the inhabitants can...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including the Private as Well as ..., Volume 11

Benjamin Franklin - United States - 1904
...the fire, so that all that the funnel is filled with is much heated, and, of course, much rarefied. Much more of the prosperity of a winter country depends...wood, nor coal, nor turf, but at excessive prices, the working-people live in miserable hovels, are ragged, and have nothing comfortable about them. But when...
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