Arrangement of Galvanic Batteries

1875 Scientific American  
J ,itutifi' �tutti,au. 3 4 1 SIDEBOARD REFRIGERATORS. PS YCHO EXPOSED. The season for refrigerators being at hand. persons about to purchase will be interested in knowing what is new in this line. The last improvement we have seen is in the form of a sideboard, as shown in our engraving, made by Mr. Alex. M. Lesley, No. 226 West 23d �treet, New YJrk city. 3,500 feet above the sea level, and two miles in circumfer ence. 'Yhen the wind cleared awaY,for a momen t, the clouds of sulphurous steam
more » ... sulphurous steam with which the lake was covered, a mound of water was seen, ten ftet higher than the general level, and caused by ebullition. The margin of the lake consisted of beds of sulphur, and its overflowing found exit by a waterfall of great hight . . . An exhibition is now being held in the Egyptian Hall, Lon don, England, of which an automaton, calied Psycho, until recently, formed a part. Th8 figure performed many curious tricks, solving mathematical problems, and playing cards with great skill and accuracy.
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican05291875-341a fatcat:m4oommikvbd55fqloqqaun7pkm