with which the box is filled will have free passage into thecylinder; by moving the lever T V on its centre VV, sufficiently to raise up the box V, ... come violently in contact with the slider, and most likely cut it in two, or otherwise injure it and the rest of the engine beyond repair. ... since no two machines we have described can difia#39;er much more than these. Y 7a ~:l+_-H ;;_Iaj . B Lg 4! I! 1 Ia#39;. STEAM ENGINE.
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