The Chironectes Pictus

1872 Scientific American  
� drutifi' �lUtti,aU. present. In the second half of the sixteenth century, people went to church from Wallis to Grindel wald, along a road which at present is entirely covered with ice. A chapel, which is marked on Schopf's map in 15 70, was destroyed by the glaciers in the beginning of the seventeenth century. and its place is now covered by a glacier. The bell from this chapel, with the year of its manufact. ure cast in it, namely 10 44, is to the present day preserved in Grindelwald. holes,
more » ... as the oiling could be just as easily done by removin g the bobbin from the spindle; they were also of opinion tha t the oil would exude from the holes and injure the yarn upon the bobbin; the holes were therefore a damage and not an improvement.
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