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" When at length everything was prepared, it was found that the machinery would not act, at all events it did not answer the sole end of its erection — it would not split the bar of iron. Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that shame and mortification... "
A history of Wednesbury in the county of Stafford [by J.N. Bagnall]. - Page 115
by John Nock Bagnall - 1854
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Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S. T. Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Critics - 1836 - 266 pages
...all events, it did not answer the sole end of its erection—it would not split the bar of iron. " Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that...somewhat more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron-works, where he was received most joyfully, and, to make sure of their fiddler, he was lodged...
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Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S. T. Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Critics - 1836 - 266 pages
...all events, it did not answer the sole end of its erection — it would not split the bar of iron. "Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that...mortification at his failure had driven him away for over. Not so : again, though somewhat more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron-works, where...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 24

Industrial arts - 1836
...at all events, it did not answer the sole end of its erection— it would not split the bar of iron. Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that shame and mortification at its failure had driven him away for ever. Not so; again, though somewhat more speedily, he found his...
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Ward's miscellany (and family magazine).

1837
...all events, it did not answer the sole end of its erection, — it would not split the bar of iron. Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that...more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron works, where he was received most joyfully and to make sure of their fiddler, he was lodged in the...
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The Mechanic and Chemist: A Magazine of the Arts and Sciences

...at all events, it did not answer the sole end of its erection ; it would not split the bar of iron. Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that shame and mortification at its failure had driven him away for ever. Not so: again, though somewhat more speedily, he found his...
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Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics: Also, Lives of Distinguished ...

Henry Howe - Industrial arts - 1840 - 482 pages
...not answer the sole end of its erection — it would not split the bar of iron. F disappeared again ; it was concluded that shame and mortification at his failure had driven him away forever. Not so ; again, though somewhat more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron-works,...
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The Cincinnati Miscellany, Or, Antiquities of the West, and Pioneer History ...

Cincinnati (Ohio) - 1846
...again, atidit was conclu ded that shame and mortificatio* at his failure had driven him aw<y forever. Not so: again, though somewhat more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron-works, where he was received most joyfully, and, to make sure ot tbeir fiddler, he was lodged...
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The Cincinnati Miscellany, Or, Antiquities of the West, and Pioneer History ...

Cincinnati (Ohio) - 1846
...the sole end of its erection — it would not split the bar of iron. "Foley disappeared again, ondit was concluded that shame and mortification at his failure had driven him away lorever. Not so: again, though somewhat more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron-works,...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1874
...all events, it did not answer the sole end of its erection — it would not split the bar of iron. Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that...more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish Iron works, where he was received most joyfully, and, to make sure of their fiddler, he was lodged in the...
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Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal, Volume 2

1849
...at all events it did not answer the sole end of its erection — it would not split the bar of iron. Foley disappeared again, and it was concluded that...somewhat more speedily, he found his way to the Swedish iron-works, where he was joyfully received; and to make sure of their fiddler, he was lodged in the...
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