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" ... boat. A statement of these experiments on the Forth and Clyde canal, has already appeared in the newspapers, and the only fact therein mentioned, which it seems necessary to repeat here, is the remarkable circumstance, that the quicker the boats were... "
Remarks on Canal Navigation, Illustrative of the Advantages of the Use of ... - Page 19
by Sir William Fairbairn - 1831 - 93 pages
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Southern Review, Volume 8

1831
...which it seems necessary to repeat here, is the remarkable circumstance, that the quicker the bouts were propelled through the water, the less appearance...rate . of velocity was supposed to be imaginary." p. 19. It is again remarked, that — " The quicker the boat went, the more entire was the disappearance...
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The Register of arts, and journal of patent inventions, ed. by L ..., Volume 5

Luke Hebert - 1831
...remarkable circumstance, that the quicker the boats were propelled through the water, the less appearanc* there was of surge or wave on the sides of the canal. The result of the experiments was so satisfactory, that a twin-boat of a gig shape, 60 feet in length,...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 3

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1832
...Wood, of Port Glasgow, for a gig-shaped passage boat, sixty feet in length, and five feet in bread th, 'fitted to carry from thirty-six to forty passengers....instance, to any extent, and the apparent diminution of itat a high rate of velocity, was supposed to be imaginary. The result of the experiment, however,...
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Report on Steam Carriages, Issue 1

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Steam Carriages - Canals - 1832 - 346 pages
...gig-shaped passage boat, sixty feet in length, and five feet in breadth, fitted to carry from thirty six to forty passengers. "In the month of April last,...instance, to any extent, and the apparent diminution of itat a high rate of velocity, was supposed to be imaginary. The result of the experiment, however,...
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The Southern Review, Volume 8

Southern States - 1832
...steadiness, which it was apprehended would be so much wanting in a light single boat. The only fact which it seems necessary to repeat here, is the remarkable...of it at a high rate of velocity was supposed to be imagmary." p. 19. It is again remarked, that — " The quicker the boat went, the more entire was the...
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The Southern Review, Volume 8

Southern States - 1832
...which it was apprehended would be so much wanting in a light single boat. The only fact which it suems necessary to repeat here, is the remarkable circumstance,...high rate of velocity was supposed to be imaginary." p. 19. It is again remarked, that — " The quicker the boat went, the more entire was the disappearance...
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