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" F., since the renewed heat derived from below would have -warmed the walls and contents of the lode, so as to raise their temperature above that which would naturally belong to the rocks at corresponding levels on each side of the lode. The almost entire... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 209
1864
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Band 10

1864
...rate of only i° Fuhr. for every increase of depth of from 65 to 70 feet. But if the Wheal Clifford spring, instead of being arrested in its upward course,...would probably not have lost anything approaching to 10° Fahr., since the renewed heat derived from below would have warmed the walls and contents of the...
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The Sanitary Review, Band 1

1864
...for every increase of depth of from 65 10 70 feet. But if the Whcal-Clifford spring.'instead of its being arrested in its upward course, had continued to rise freely through porous and loose m-sterials'so as to reach the surface, it would prohably not have lost anything approaching to 20°...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 34

1865
...the Monkwearmouth shaft, near Durham, and in the Dukinfield shuft, near Manchester, each of them 2000 feet in depth. In these shafts the temperature was...derived from below would have warmed the walls and contente of the lode, so as to raise their temperature above that which would naturally belong to the...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...them 2000 feet in depth. In these shafts, the temperature was found to rise at the rate of only 1° F. for every increase of depth of from 65 to 70 feet....probably not have lost anything approaching to 20° F., since the renewed heat derived from below would have -warmed the walls and contents of the lode,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...the rate of only 1° F. for every increase of depth of from 65 to 70 feet. But if the Wheel-Clifford spring, instead of being arrested in its upward course,...probably not have lost anything approaching to 20° F., since the renewed heat derived from below would have warmed the walls and contents of the lode,...
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Annual Meetings: Proceedings Etc.]

1864
...for every increase of depth of from 05 to 70 feet. But if the Wheal-Clifford spring, instead of its being arrested in its upward course, had continued...probably not have lost anything approaching to 20 deg. Fahr., since the renewed heat derived from below would have warmed the walls and contents of the...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...the rate of only 1° F. for every increase of depth of from 65 to 70 feet. But if the Wheel-Clifford spring, instead of being arrested in its upward course,...probably not have lost anything approaching to 20° F., since the renewed heat derived from below would have warmed the walls and contents of the lode,...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 34,Teil 1864

1865
...to rise at the rate of only 1° Fahr. for every increase of depth of from 65 to 70 feet. But if tho Wheal-Clifford spring, instead of being arrested in...below would have warmed the walls and contents of tho lode, so as to raise their temperature above that which would naturally belong to the rocks at...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...them 2000 feet in depth. In these shafts, the temperature waa found to rise at the rate of only 1° F. for every increase of depth of from 65 to 70 feet....probably not have lost anything approaching to 20° F., since the renewed heat derived from below would have warmed the walls and contents of the lode,...
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