Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin, Bind 9

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Side 234 - ... few change colour. Solution or fusion of the assay takes place quickly or slowly, wholly or partially, quietly or with effervescence. But the most important of the characters afforded by this flux is the colour imparted to the glass, by which the presence of several metals is indicated. Chrome gives a rich green — iron, a dark olive-green colour with the glass : if the proportion of iron be very small, the colour is evident only while the glass is warm, a circumstance which, independent of...
Side 337 - Mr. Jukes read his paper, entitled " Notes on some Points in the Geology of the Co. Antrim." The meeting then adjourned. GENERAL MEETING, NOVEMBER 13, 1861. THE PRESIDENT in the Chair. The Minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, the...
Side 284 - ... it shall be lawful for the said lessor at any time thereafter into and upon the said demised premises or any part thereof in the name of the whole to re-enter and the same to have again re-possess and enjoy as of his or their former estate anything hereinafter contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
Side 279 - Reservoirs, then and in every such Case and so often as the same shall happen it shall be lawful for the Occupier of any such Mill, Manufactory, or Building to extend the Time of Labour in this Act prescribed at the Rate of Three Hours per Week until such lost Time shall have been made good, but no longer...
Side 280 - ... findings of the court shall be entered in a book or books, to be kept for that purpose, and known as the "Juvenile Record," and the court may for convenience be called the "Juvenile Court.
Side 229 - A small hole is to be made in the charcoal, which is best done by a slip of plate iron bent longitudinally. Into this hole the substance to be examined must be put in very small quantity ; if a very intense heat is to be used, it should not exceed the size of half a peppercorn.
Side 228 - ... operations are not confined to obtaining the highest possible temperature; other phenomena must be produced, which require a less intense heat. A very important point in pyrognostic assays is the power of producing at will the phenomena of oxidation and reduction, both of which are easily effected, although diametrically the reverse of one another. 1. Oxidation.— Oxidation goes on most actively at an incipient red heat; and the further we recede from the flame, the better the oxidation is effected,...
Side 285 - ... well in equity as at law, save only for the purpose of enforcing any right of action which may have accrued to either of the said parties hereto by reason of the previous breach of any of the covenants, conditions, and agreements herein contained. AND HE, the said AB, for himself, and for his heirs and assigns, doth hereby covenant with the said CD, his executors, administrators, and assigns, that under and subject to the due performance of the covenants, conditions, and agreements herein contained,...
Side 277 - ENFRANCHISEMENT. This indenture, made the day of in the year between AB, lord of the manor of of the one part, and CD of in the county of a tenant of the said manor, of the other part : Whereas on or about...
Side 278 - And the said covenantor doth hereby, for himself, his heirs, executors, and. administrators, covenant, promise, and agree with and to the said covenantee, his heirs and assigns, in manner following ; (that is to say,) 2.

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