A Surprise to Millers

1879 Scientific American  
citntifit �mtri,an. 177 disease. With every extension of the area of the plague I Strains, and its Application in the Construction of BUild-I and iron doors, as a protection against the spread of fire. tbe possibility of staying its advance by quarantine regula-! ings," enjoys the highest professional favor. His contribu-The works are complete in themselves, consisting of iron and tions becomes less, and after it passes a certain limit, pesti-I tions to the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN and other
more » ... N and other periodicals brass foundries, blacksmith shops, a tempering shop, pat Ience, like fire, is uncontrollable. The supply of physicians I were many and valuable, his last, a very ingenious discus-tern, wood turning, machine, grinding, and polishing sbops; and medicines at any time is adequate only for ordinary con-sion of the origin and nature of the ancient structure known inspection and stock rooms. ditions; let the usual bounds of disease be much overpassed' as the Old Mill at Newport, R. 1., appearing in Scrilmer's The machinery is driven by turbines having a total of 300 and resistance is hopeless. Such a state of things is by no I Monthly on the day of his death. horse power. As an evidence of the success of this establishmeans impossible in Europe to-day.
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