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Aerial Navigation.

433 having received any rain or dew. If

Explanation of Plate 2d. in this fate they thould be laid, the external part of the brick will de:

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N our Magazine for June, page prive the mortar of all the moisture 321, we gave an account of an ex. which contains the cement, and the perimeot made with the Aeroftatic brick is very readily moved from its Machines on the roth of September, place. A quantity of water cherefore in the presence of the King, Queen must be thro'vn on to put them in and French Court. We

chen meno such a state se will give the time ne tioned, that the." Balloon was 57 cesary to form the union. In the feet high, and 41 in diameter. And falk monins this attention is not that its power of ascenfion, allowing winted, but one of a different kind : for a wicker cage, containing a theep, which is to keep them covered and a cock, and a dock, which was sufprevent the r contracting too much pended to it, was equal to 696 1b " wet and moisture. In the winter We cow have it in our power to give months bricks Mould always be kept the reader a firking representation of dry : If they are laid when frozen, this ingenious experiment.

This tbe work will be always bad and the plate exhibits the ascent of the balmortar will turn out of the joint the loon, the neep, the cock and the (pring following.

duck suspended in the air, and the lo che year 1764 a brick building admiration of ail the spectators. was erected in the winter months, when the weather was extreme cold,... and is eleemed as good brick work as WE likewise present our readers any in the metropolis (not withstand. with a further account of the progreís ing it would not be adviseable without of Aerial Navigation, taken from the necefity to erect brick buildings in Monthly Review for March laft, conthe winter.)The or cks for this bullia. tinued from page 324, Viz. ing were taken out of a kilo made in

IX.; Brookline and Carted in fair weather

HE brilliant successes of the and carefully taken out of the cart by

Parisian Aeroonuts, gave no hand and put into a close thed made for the purpose near to the building to

doubt some coctenance to the conbe erečied : the mortar was made

fidence of one of the original invenwith lime and fand as above described

tors (the elder Montgolfier) who un. and used hot. The bricks being

dertook to confirua at Lyons, a fire deprived of the Sun, the surrounding which, if he did not a&ually engage,

balloon f of an immense size, with air was sufficient to keep them in a proper Aate for Jaying. The bricks

it was at leait given out by his friends, were laid quick and immediately and eight more persons, with a con

that he proposed to assend himself, jo piered ; and although the mortar was brought hot from the cellar

fiderable cargo of goods, and to perwliere it wis made in small quanti:ies,

form a voyage of no less a diftance it cnon ir ze dry, and the brick and than either Paris or Marseilles, acmortar were very soon inseperable.

cording as the wind should serve. The lime for this work muit be ex

A subscription was opened for this ceeding good and set a flaking with

purpose, which foon filled, and raised hot water. If the lime is old and not

idol. The balloon was formed of well burnt and too much cold water

double canvas, enclosing three layers

of thrown on, only a part of the lime, will fick immediately, and a part break into small particles and Back

# As every new science requires a a conuderable time after the bricks

new nomenclature, we beg leave, for have been laid ; which is not uncom?

the future, to distinguish the globes mon ia mortar made in winter..

fwelled by heat by the name of fire balloons, and those filled with infiam. .

mable air by that of Gas balloons. (To be continued.)

We Mail soon have to speak of Lainn balloons.

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433 having received any rain or dew. If in this state they should be laid, the

Explanation of Plate 2d. external part of the brick wilt de: N our Magazine for June, page prive the mortar of all the moifture

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321, we gave an account of an ex. which contains the cement, and the periment made with the Aerostatic brick is very readily moved from its Machine, on the 10th of Septembery place. A quantity of water therefore in the presence of the King, Queen must be thrown on to put them in and French Court. We then menfuch a fate as will give the time de tioned, that the.“ Balloon, was 57 cesary to form the union. In the feet high, and 41 in diameter. And fall months this attention is not that its power of ascenfion, allowing wanted, but one of a different kind: for a wicker cage, containing a sheep, which isz to keep chiem- covered and a cock, and a duck, which was sufprevent their contracting too much pended to it, was equal to 696 16" wet and moisture. In the winter We now have it in our power to give montnis bricks Thould always be kept the reader a ftr king representation of dry : If they are laid when frozen, this ingenious experiment,

This the work will be always bad and the plite exuibits the ascent of the balmortar wiit turn out of the joint the loon, the meep, the cock and the (pring following.

duck suspended in the air, and the in the year 1764 a brick building admiration of all the fpectators. was erected in the winter months, when the weather was extreme cold,.. and is esteemed as good brick work as WE likewise present our readers any in the metropolis (not withstand. with a further account of the progreis ing it would not be advistable without of Aerial Navigation, iken from the Decemity to erect brick buildings in Monthly Review for March laft, conthe winter.)The or cks for this builiatinued from page 324, Viz. ing were taken out of a kilo made in

IX. Brookline and carted in fair weather

Parisian , hand and put a

doubt rome Cochtenance to the con. for the purpole near to the building to be erected : the mortars was made

fidence of one of the original invenwith lime and fand as above described dertook to confirua at Lyons, a fire

tors (the elder Montgolfier) who unand used hot: The bricks being balloon t of an immense" size, with deprived of the Sun, the surrounding air was sufficient to keep them in a

which, if he did not a&ually engage, proper fare for Jaying. The bricks

it was at least given out by his friends, were laid quick and immediately and eight more persons, with a con

that he proposed to ascend himself, joptered ; and although the mortar Was brought hot from the cellar

fiderable cargo of goods, and to pero wliere it was made in small quantiries,

form a voyage of no less a distance it foon iri ze dry, and the brick and than either Paris or Marseilles, acmort ar were very soon in reperable.

cording as the wind Mould serve. The lime for this work muit be ex

A subscription was opened for this ceeding good and set a flaking with

purpose, which foon filled, and raised hot water. If the lime is old and not

18o1. The balloon was formed of well burnt and too much cold water

double canvas, enclosing three layers

of throwo on, only a part of the lime, will fack immediately, and a part break into small particles and Back

# As every new science requires a a congderable time after the bricks

new nomenclature, we beg leave, for have been laid ; which is not uncom?

the future, to diftinguish the globes mon ia mortar made in winter..

fwelled by heat by the name of fire balloons, and those filled with infiam. .

mable air by that of Gas balloons. (To be continued.)

We Mail soon have to speak of Lain balloons.

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