Boyle, Robert, New experiments physico-mechanicall, touching the spring of the air and its effects, 1660

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              A Summary of the chief Matters treated
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              of in this Epiſtolical Diſcourſe.
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              THe
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              Proæmium,
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              wherein is ſet down the
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              occaſion of this Diſcourſe,
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              1.
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              The mo­
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              tives that induc'd the Author thereunto,
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              2 &c.
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              The hints he received,
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              5.
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              The things where­
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              in this Engine excels any that have yet been
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              made uſe of,
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              6 &c.
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              The deſcription of the
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              Engine and its parts,
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              The way of pre­
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              paring and uſing it,
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              15 &c.
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              The diviſion of
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              the Experiments tryable thereby into two
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              ſorts, and the difficulty of excluding the
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              Air.
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              The firſt Experiment, touching the man­
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              ner of pumping out the Air, and by what de­
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              grees the Receiver is emptyed,
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              20, &c.
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              A di­
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              greſsion touching the Spring or Elaſtical
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              power of the Air, with an attempt for a Me­
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              chanical Explication thereof, neceſſary to be
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              premiſ'd for the explanation of the
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              Phæno­
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              mena,
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              exhibited in this and the ſubſequent
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              Experiments.
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              The ſecond Experiment, touching the preſ­
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              ſure of the Air againſt the ſides of the Bodies
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              it invirons,
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              37 &c.
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              with a digreſsive Ex­
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              plication of the preſſure of the Air included
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              within an ambient Body.
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              39 &c. </s>
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