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" Sir Samuel Morland's well, the use of which he freely gives to all persons, hoping that none who shall come after him, will adventure to incur God's displeasure, by denying a cup of cold water (provided at another's cost and not their own) to either neighbour,... "
A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies ... - Page 372
by John Burke - 1838
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 28

1838
...Maiming1:! Surrey, vol. ,'i, p. 4S9. ** Geot. Mag. lain, part II. p. 12. lo holding a dial. of it : ' Sir Samuel Morland's well, the use of which he freely...passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1695.' * * * * " But Morland's principal claims to the notice of posterity are his writings and mechanical...
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Stories of Inventors and Discoverers in Science and the Useful Arts: A Book ...

John Timbs - Inventions - 1860 - 376 pages
...fixed in the wall, and is still preserved. The following is a 102 The Speaking-Trumpet. copy of it : " Sir Samuel Morland's Well, the use of which he freely...passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1695." Morland, shortly before his death, as a penance for his past life, buried in the ground, six feet deep,...
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Lives of Boulton and Watt: Principally from the Original Soho Mss ...

Samuel Smiles - Steam engineers - 1865 - 521 pages
...refers was on a stone tablet fixed on the wall of his house, still preserved, which runs thus : — " SIR SAMUEL MORLAND'S WELL, the use of which he freely...passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1695." The next prominent experimenter on the powers of gendre humain, particulierement pour 1'clevation dos...
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Lives of the Engineers: With an Account of Their Principal Works ..., Volume 4

Samuel Smiles - Engineers - 1865
...tablet fixed on the waU of his house, still preserved, which runs thus :—" SIR SAMUEL MORLAND'S WKLL, the use of which he freely gives to all persons: hoping...passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1695." The next prominent experimenter on the powers of gendre humain, particulierement pour 1'elevation des...
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Blindness and the Blind: Or, A Treatise on the Science of Typhology

William Hanks Levy - Blind - 1872 - 518 pages
...tablet fixed on the wall, and is said to be still preserved. The following is given as a copy : — ' ' Sir Samuel Morland's Well, the use of which he freely...passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1695." Here we have the existence of the first drinkingfountain, which was the precursor of a system that...
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Blindness and the Blind: Or, A Treatise on the Science of Typhology

William Hanks Levy - Blind - 1872 - 518 pages
...wall, and is said to be still preserved. The following is given as a copy : — " Sir Samuel Morland' s Well, the use of which he freely gives to all persons,...passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1695." Here we have the existence of the first drinkingfountain, which was the precursor of a system that...
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in ..., Volumes 1-2

Robert Chambers - Anecdotes - 1883 - 1670 pages
...him will adventure to incur God's displeasure, by denying a cap of cold water (provided at another s cost, and not their own) to either neighbour, stranger, passenger, or poor thirsty beggar. July 8, 1685. The pump has been removed, but the stone bearing the inscription was preserved in the garden...
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Temperance Memorials, Historical and Metrical, &c. as Contributed to "The ...

Richard Cameron - 1905 - 64 pages
...to incur God's displeasure, by denying a cup of cold water (provided at another's cost and not his own) to either neighbour, stranger, passenger, or poor thirsty beggar — July 8, 1685.' Tiie pump has been removed, but the stone bearing the inscription was preserved in the garden...
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