Weston was the most used of the two to yield; till a little bustle in the room shewed them that tea was over, and the instrument
in preparation; and at the same moment Mr.
I observed in the king's kitchen all sorts of mathematical and musical instruments
, after the figures of which they cut up the joints that were served to his majesty's table.
of voluntary association executed on board the "Mayflower" testifies that the parties to it had anticipated the improvement of their nation.
Once, in an interval of silence upon the part of the receiving instrument
, I moved the sending-key up and down a few times.
I shall not know," replied Alvarez, "that the Coldwater passes thirty; nor shall any other man aboard know it," and, with his words, he drew a revolver from his pocket, and before either I or Johnson could prevent it had put a bullet into every instrument
upon the bridge, ruining them beyond repair.
At the period when the Gun Club essayed their great experiment, such instruments
had reached a high degree of perfection, and produced some magnificent results.
But then, at a distance which for three hours in the morning did not exceed sixty-five miles, and in a medium free from all atmospheric disturbances, these instruments
could reduce the lunar surface to within less than
Would you admit them into our State when you reflect that in this composite use of harmony the flute is worse than all the stringed instruments
put together; even the panharmonic music is only an imitation of the flute?
is "reliable" with respect to a given set of stimuli when to stimuli which are not relevantly different it gives always responses which are not relevantly different.
In the evening the young girl and her companion were employed in various occupations which I did not understand; and the old man again took up the instrument
which produced the divine sounds that had enchanted me in the morning.
The golden koa, the king of woods," Mercedes was crooning over the instrument
In pleasant conversation of this sort they passed out of the tent into the wood, and the day was spent in visiting some of the posts and hiding-places, and then night closed in, not, however, as brilliantly or tranquilly as might have been expected at the season, for it was then midsummer; but bringing with it a kind of haze that greatly aided the project of the duke and duchess; and thus, as night began to fall, and a little after twilight set in, suddenly the whole wood on all four sides seemed to be on fire, and shortly after, here, there, on all sides, a vast number of trumpets and other military instruments
were heard, as if several troops of cavalry were passing through the wood.