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BOinHAMPTOX POLICE.
5ATURUAV.
Defer* J. H. Cooksey, *£q. (Chairman), Aldirman Lamb.
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DKONKKWMM.—J»mM Hampton. a hone dealer warn brought up on & warraui for havlny neglected to appear to a »ummoo*. charglnit lilaa with being drank at the itallway Howl, Bleebyudeu, to wblob be pleaded guilty, .latin* that
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.ULTIMO l.ANOUAOB,
^Wfcll* lo^tb^ yard r hair, ao:; THE SOUTHFTO^I OB^EI^t:,AK%/WlNnagaTBg; SE WS-g ATURDAT, JANUARY 26. 1878.
door on her.—A laU named...............K—.mb .
tha time, and *aw defendant po«h the complainant futo the a tree i. Uiruw her hat and shawl alter ber. and olos* the door.—Defou.Uut, la defence, «ald when aba charged complainant wltli taking ber flaunel a he u»ed disgusting lan-gpage to tier, kicked ber, ahd • ticmpte.i to bit* ber. Complainant threw xiiaa water orer ber before sho nlofendautl ' - • - d,m|e^,_xner hearing
the touch dlamiaaed the ######
the a ma og.no*. knocked at defeadant'a door, mobbed
naef Pear-1mo Green

lane, on Saturday nlfUL-Defeodaut" IM
LOCAL LAW CASE.
QUREN'S BENCH DIVISION.
(Def.ire the L-nd Chief fustic* and & Special Jdry.
Bowb* r. Wmst.—This wa* an action for dai*ske* for the non-performance of an agreement entered into between the plaintiff ai.d defendant, by which the defendant agreed to may ber £100 per annum for the maintenance of herarn a'.d children fur the term of her natural life. The defence wa« that defendant agreed to pay f 100 per annum for hie children during the minority of hia children, and whUat the plaintiff continued chaete and alngle, and that the payment ahoald cease on the children attaining their majerity. One had died, and the other waa now 23 ye are vf age. Upon that the plaintiff joined lame, except to much at referred to the majority of the children
Mr. Metealf, Q.C., and Mr. C. Llovd were eonnael for the plaintiff; Mr. Murphy, Q.C., and Mr. F. H. Lewi* were oounkel for the defendant.
The plaintiff when the first met the defendant, waa Maiding at Newport; Monmonthahire, with ber mother, and the defendant waa then Major Weat, of the 48th Regiment.
Mary Jlowen sald—I am the plaintiff inr this etss I am residing at Bouthsea. In 1853 I waa living in Monmouthshire, defendant waa there with bis regiment. I went at hia request to Winchester and Heed with him. He aald marriage *a» only a form made by man, and that if he Went through that form with me hi« father would cut him off with a abiding, but he declared that in the eye* of God I was his wife I waa only 10 Tears ef a*«-at that time. He waa upward* of 30 1 believed what he aaM, Mm, at the tin* a yeun* suntrjr girl. He furnlaheit a houae at Wincheaier. here I lived with him. H-a regiment was afWrwarda ordered to Corfu, where 1 subsequently joined him Hia brother officers met me on my arrival, and I Went to an hotel.' 1 he defendant arrived afterwardei. I had b*en introduced to the ofheers at Winchester. , We Santa Maura. whe«e my first child wee borii,. raa attended by the medical officer of the reai-., 1 w" *l *h« «"»« H»ing with the defW.nt aa hi* wife/ and ma amah I waa treated by the offikera of the regiment. I have not the letmon becabse the defendant hdd forcibly taken them- freni me aud deatroyed them, and lau«hrd at me at thfe time; The reglm.nt waa ordered te Malta, lad he applied officially for my passage to Malta a« hia wife on board the ahip Arabia. I travelled with him aa hia wife in government ahip*. We remained at Malta until defendant obtained leave of absence, when w* nmt te England together. Immediately on our arrival in England (be defendant proposed that we ihould assume a fictitious name—that of Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinaon—to prevent his family from knowing anything of his position towarda me. My second child was born in Londont a Cvuith after our arnTal in England. Defendant waa with me occaelonall) at that time. After he arrived at Malta he wrote to me m affectionate terms, addressing me as his
THE ST. LAWftEXCE CHURCH'OF ENGLAND TEMPEBANCg SOCIETY.
The first anniversary te* and meeting of this society took place on Tueaday evening, at the Long Rooms, West-quay, by kind pert&'isaion of Captain Uuchan, the commanding officer of the 1st Hanta Engineers. About 150 *«t down to excellent,,ti». suppl.*,! hy Mr. H. M.IUom. of Onalow-road. Afterward, ^ p-i» !ic mooiing was held, pr sided over by the Rev. fl. II. ferelra. the president of thesocietv. who was supported by the Rev. A. M. Hoare (rector of Pawisy). the Rev. Bteph*n Hill (ofSu Luke a), and Mstsrs. William Thomas (president of the Southampton Temperance Society),' Parker fa-village blacks,wlf ), Reddington (secretary of the 8l
Lawrence's society), W. A. Adams. Stewart, and others. The ehoir of 8fc Lawrence's Church waa present, and during U*e evening tendered a number of eongs, carol*. ko;, very efficiently^ under the able leadership of Mr. Colsoo, who presided at the pianoforte.
The Preeideht, after stating that though this was their first annlvertary their eociety had now been e*ta> Wished thirteen months, aald during that time they bad had their succeesea. and bad enrolled 131 maabew, but theee had not been procured without much exertion and trouble. 11* sruaorry to hare to acknowledge that they haduot been able to retain ail sfho had joined their ranks, but their proportijn of losses from this eauae had been small. 8tilf, these case* furnished a strong argument In favour of toUl abstinence, a* It showed a striking contrast In the home* between the time they were members Of the society.and since.. He then gave, as an example "f this, the cat uf one wewan wboae home before taking the pledge was in a most wretched Conditio^ her children in rag, mhd Without ibnet, and'both she and them in a state of dirt. Wberi she'becabe a total ab-st.iiier everything eras changed—her borne was kept neat and tidy, her children and herself presented quite a different and comfort*We appearance during the few weeks she kept the pledge, but two days efrer she broke It thlnge returned tor t ha Wold stats of filth aiid squalor, for «Ll one* all tbw marks of Wretchedness and misery came.back. One of: thai .treat and lamentable features of drink Was that it ore,led eucb a passion for it that It eonid nwt he '* aksn off in a day, and in some caea* could not he shaken uff in a lifetime. He wae sure that tunny whn had broken their pledge* In the past had dime eo in spit* <)t thcmselfna—tllsrofore the only safeguard was not to (ouoh the drink at all. And he would mention " ----* meiajtcholy cause uf drunkenness, the disgrace-
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Wl.1CIIt.sTBH .MU8I0.1AMT STOI'X.trsUlP Assocutios. —A meeting of this eofiety. in connection with 8. Augustins's. Canterbury, was held In the Board I* the 01,tee, Winchealer. on Saturday, when, In the avoidable aheenoe of the Bishop, 'he rliair wa*_tak<» hr Canon Wilstn. The anuual rei""t and financial ment of the treasurer were read and adopted, and another student waa elected to the MUuon College, Warminster. The society la maintaining at the present time two atbdenta at 8. Angustine's, and three at Warminster. Other application* are about to be made to It, when it will be neceeeary to issue a fresh appeal to the clergy and laity of the archdeaconry to enable it to carry on the work. The hon. treasurer is Mr. W. Clemen* D. Eidaile, J. P.; of Bitrley Miner, Ring wood, and the hodj sec. is the Rev. J. Silvester Davies, Woolston, Southampton. __
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Chichester-1C minutes past 11 ut »•". wy, drunk, and swearing at
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severely poolsbed^%w \Vc^csday"s poUoMepon."*' ' ' TUKSDAT.
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> Incapable.—Tho .-as Clark, a labourer,
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Uau»K Awn DtaoBDEBLi. — Oeenre Jannaway was charged by S^eant Aitrill wlthbelng drunk and disorderly In blmnel-strvet the prrrlous ulght.-D«feudant did Not dcny lbe charge, and was fined is aud costs, and In default
Adelaide r-iail. St. I>.iys, waa summoned for dama^Ing . #######=
only put bU finger on the gate, and defendant boxed his
WBDXK8DAY.
A Smoking W ox AN—Mary Kemp, whn was before the =####'#
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hard laDour for seven dsys. the bene" 1 were determined to put down these
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dearest Mary. The defendant continued to with me from Malta. He was there for nearlr twelve months^ and tbeu he went to Gibraltar. He wrote to me while he was there, ahd I joined him there, but not at hie solicitation. It waa in con«equence of thinking that he wished to gat rid of me. I went oat to know the worst. I went to as hotel there&snd afterwards 1 went to hU quarter* and had an ir. Vrview with him. He said he could not,ell me how angry he waa kt my coming out. He told me that he no longer wished to liv* with me. I was much distressed and returned to my hotel. 1 had an interview with him afterwards, in OeWb*. 18.57, when he told me that he would allow me £100 a year for life, and that I wa* tq bring up the childMn. There w*r* no condition* whatever Imposed. I said, If I consent to the arrangement, am I to consider myself perfectly free ? " He replied, " Perfect!* free; nothing shall ever interfere with my allowance." I returned to England, two or three days afterwards and lived in the name of West, and I received a Utter from him directing me and ths children to give up his name In January. 1863, the defendant came to me at 8»uthsea aud took a way my eldest eon to Colchester. He said I hsd so much to dn that be would relieve m one of the children. The boy was at that time 10 yi... old. 1 he child returned to me about 2 months afterwards I received the £100 a year Irom 1857 until August, 1870- When the action waa brought there were two quarts11 paymenta owing, a i they have not sinre been paid. The money was paid through Mr. Helt, the army agent. I wanted both the boys. The second boy died in 1869, in his 13th year. I have educated !h*_rld.M,1 bojr' who '* "ow in employment and highly
ful increase of public-houses in that pariah,, for when a man had to pass Aloe or ten nf these houses on his way home, they oftentimes acted on bin aa a no jet allured a moth. He believed that if they could, U.soo or do away with, these,eontcee of evil altogether they would be far more succetsful in their wofk. And thia brought him to the political phase of the que.ti m. He besought working men who bad felt the evil of these '
close to their hum** to use their influence w _________
tin* came to do away with them Their richer, neighbours kept them away from their doors, and why should the wivss and families of working men be contaminated by their presence ? He also appealed to the female
II 11. lull V AAli U Olll T .B1V X I
The second jail delivery under the Winter Aaslz* Act,
Monday before Mr. Justice Metlor. Hi* lordship arrived from Dorchwter on Saturday afternoon, and was re-
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county and civic authorities,'and at ooco proceeded to the Castle, where Her Majf*ty'« Commission was opened and reed. On Sunday morning the learnsd Judge, with the Sheriff and others In attendancs, went to, thd Cathedral, the sermon there being preached by the Rev.
— Waters, the Sheriff"* chaplain, whose t xt was Ui* following passsge from the Ooepel for the day j—'• Whatever he s-ith unto you, do ,U." The Mayor and Corporation also attended the service in "state." His lordship eat in the Crown Court on Monday. The calandar before him contained the names of 24 prisoner*, indudmgiwo fromiDorsct, one of whom, a, girl charged with the wilful murd*r of hei mother, hss been removed
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Rrde to Southampton—9.0 a.m.. 19 W. 3.0.-and 5.9 p.m.
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• This Steamer win only take np Passsngers at tLess Rata for Ryfe, Oowm. and ttoothamptoa aa eo taring Ut
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• WeaS ,Cow*a U Hycf-, Houtbsea, Portsmouth, aad Portssa fw'w Saifwajr Pier)—1*.* a.m.. and 4 # p.m.
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of them would look upon it______ _____________
a drop of intoxicating liquor to tlicir lips.. It deplorable fact thai drinking was spreading amongst and tlieie were the person, who bad the training
lis audience to do something for their less Ha slhcefsly wished that every one '* lanly.aot to pui
ting that tkey
words Brown's BrontJlll Troche,/' are oa the OoTcrnment Stamp arnotid each bns.—Maaufacmred ky Joax I. Uaowa and Seas, llosuu, Waited dtataa. Depot. tSl.Ux/ord-suMt.
r_ railing of. at* •■fu» Moxican
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»a%rroable smell of most "Restorers." It make* the Ualr charmingiy baautiful a* Well aa prOaieting the growth of the hair on held spot*, where the glands are uot decayed. Ask jour Chemist for "Ta* Hzxicau Him Ksxswkb." propari-tl hv II Kaar 0. ^aLlor. 493. Oxford.slnwt. Londan, android by Chemists aad Perfumers everywhere, at 5s (d p*r
action of Quin.no m deauoying the disease germs existing la
respected.
Cross-examined by Mr. Murphy: At the time I made the defendant's acquaintance, 1 was not acquainted with other officers of the same regiment. I did not make his acquaintance for theQr*t time in the barracks. My eldest child was born in 1853. The letters I referred to, written br the defendant were destroyed, at Malta in June or July, 1866. efter our return from Balaclava. To ere were mairied ladies with me In the Crimea. Defendant did not say at Gibraltar that he wauld allow me £100 a year so long as the children lived. I am positive that the promise wae not conditional All that was said about the children was that I ahould have the charge of them. I wrote twice to the defendant informing him of my chlld'a illness, but he did not reply. I also wrote to him when the child w»s dying to say that he was awaiting ti od'a will, but the defendant did not reply to that. I formed a connection with another gentleman and had a child by him in 18C2 I called the child by the defendant's mam*. I was then going by the Lame of West —then another name — We,t
Mr. Murphy : Is it true as your counssl has stated, penniless ? Have you not, In fact, been «... of money not to proceed
offered a considerable with this action ?
Plaintiff: Yea, by letter, without prejudice. The defendent offered to furnish a house for me, and said I lust work for my living.
Mr. Metcalfe objected. The negociation was by let-
glad there had

a lao*.—It is not generally known that tte
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almoat ererj constitution. Is considerably______
blnli.g It with a salUble preparation of Iroa. This is a (a*t of -ahloh weak and ailing persons should cenrinoe th«m-srlrce. Br taking a few doaes regularly before meal*, those to whom the ,eaat exertion Is a trial, will find their strength
let Pepper's Quinine aad Iron Tonic, each bottle of which Is
ing Pepper'* Tool* th* ulmo-t exoallenoe I* emuri . wii-idcrml strengthening Aect of these great natural Toniea
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bo confidently expected," Numbers of reputed Qolnia*
Ktoue^jar,. SapSuffa',£5^T%joi bJ^^epsV. 37 i"ttriilutie-oeurt.rpedlbw^aea. •
Cochin .up Cold* aho Old bf got rid of at one* or th*y the Lungs. A'*«tar* Gold has been known te will s delicate person, aad pleat the seeds of Oonaamptf oa la a st,o«g on*. 1/ rn Cold U not oared srlthla a reaeoeabie time
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. and without prejudice.
The Lord Chief Juetice said he
been an attempt to settle this mat...,___ _ ___ .
under such circumstances drove a womsn to bring ___
action, covered himself with inextricable disgrace, because she was left destitute after living with a man for yea.a, and having children by bim. It was therefore ~->ceuary that the defendant should show that he had me what he could as an honourable man. Re-examined ; The defendant called on me at South, a, In 1863, after I had a child by another gentleman, and asked to see it. It was then he offered to relieve of the children. He paid the annuity for 15 years afterwatds.
Lieut Colonel West was eall«d. and aald : I made the icquaintance of the plaintiff in 1853, in the barracka Newport. I had seen her there several times before . spoke to her; khe wss In the company of brother officers —one especially. She lived with me as my mistress fer yeais I never introduced her to the wife of a brother officer I should have lost my commission If I hid. I introduced her to brother officer*, but not as Mrs. West When we separated at Gibraltar, she had become acquainted with another officer there, and I waa very ilndignant at it. I at once requested her that she would eave me altogether lor England She asked me what 1 wouldallew her. I replied that I was not a rich man. but that I would allow her £100 a year for the ed ucstionsnd maintenance of herself snd children up to their coming of age, provided she lived a moral life.
The Lord Chief Justice : You wer* anxious about ber.moral life ?
Defendant: I give you the words I used. Nothing 7V j •boUl PVln« ,he annuity for her natural life. I did not hear of th* death of the ehild until seme year* after the occurrence After the ceasing of the allowan** and before the action was brought I directed that a certain sum of mooev ahould be offered to the plaintiff.
Cross-examined . 1 did not stipulate that she ahould remain unmarried. The baigaln was that should not live an immoral life. The payment was to cess* on the children attaining their majority.
Th* Lord Chief Justice : What was to become of her after she becsms old and the children were of age ?
Defendant: I made no arrangement, but I have offered her money ^nw. A ,um ef f Ug baa b#am «*e,ad w her i at first the offer was £300. 1 did not «ee the baby at Souihsea, although I had heard of iL 1, don't now know the eldest child by eight. I applied to thf captain of a govs .iment ship for her passage Hbrne. People might say that in so doing I treated her aa my wife.
?ot f Ji.0.Te/»,D,?t but a,private o_. The Lord Chief Justlce h a,ing summed up. 1 he jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for the amount of two quarters' arrears claimed.
Hoi LOW it's Puxe.—These Pills are_____
steen*illuujs>g * debilitated constitution than any other medicine W lie world. Psrsoos of asrvoae bablt of. bod/.
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bis part in the work, and Stand shoulder to shoulder, •nd h< P on the great cause.
The ttev. A. M. Hoare, in the course of his address, congratulated the members upon the s cess that had society during the past year. Their losses bad been comparatlvsly small, and wore not so numerous aa tho.e be had to regret in his own parish. He had been an abstainer himself since the formation of hia own psri«b society He had a difficulty to meet at first, for be W been medically advised to take dcca,ionall> a thimbleful of brandy aa a good tonlo f6r the KrerVes, but einoe he ■had been an abstainer be bad never regretted taking the step, nor bad felt the loss of,,stimulants in hie health. He took the pledge because he thought he must do something for tb« temperance cause, and because he felt he could net consistently urge upen others that which be himself had not adopted. It was said that total abstinence wjuunscriptunil. but there was also this gfeat principle laid down in the Bible—"Let a seak not Jits own but another's good, and by love , ye one another." and this laid it upon them as a duty to inaWe sacrifices foe the good of their fallows. If he was asked if he advised all to become teetotal ers, be would reply that he did not wish to limit ObriaUau liberty, but ho would aak all at any rate to do aomthing to diminish Hie existing evil, if only to discountenance the prevalent drinking habits of lociety, which led almost every action in life of any moment to be consecrated-he was going toeay-by drink, and especially was this the case upon those solemn occasions of a christening or buris', upon which-at any rate In his own parish-it was customary to Spend the remainder of the day Indulging in intoxicating drinks.
Mr. I'arker, the Bo v. Stephen Hill, Mr. Thomas, and others havirg addressed the meeting, the u'unl votes of thanks were passe I, and the proceedings were I brought a close by singing the Doxology.
In connection with the above society we may mention that the Hand of Hope has been lately resuscitated, and i. now me.ting regularly at the Miasten ball in French-street. It is underlhe management of Mr. 0. Waller, and no do iht, undor his direction, will form a valuable auxiliary to ihoadulPeoclety. i c
SOUTHAMPTON JPOLYTBCHNIO iNyrrfUTioN.
On Wednesday evening the lecture was by Mr. Alfred H. Allen. P.O.S., on " Firedamp and Goal Mine Ex-plosions,' and waa illustrated by a number of brilliant experiments. Owing to the inclemency of the weather the attendance was not eo numerous as asual. but "
w • ' V *ruer oi me Home Becretary
twoj from Wilts, five from Portsmouth, four from Southampton. and eleven from other parte of the county. , The oft*ace* include, wi ful murder. 1; child* murder, 1 ; arson. 2 ; burglary, 1; subbing and fel,oiou.ly wound-i mg. 2 j robbery from the person. 4 ; grieve* bbdily harm, 1; forgery, 2j uUsriog counterfeit coin, 2 : concealment of birth, 1 ; ebetrucling the railway, 1; and lares ay and receiving, fl.
. . Hia Lordsbip. in charging the Grand Jury, eaid that sine* he laat bad the honour of bringing H*r Msjsrsy's commission into ibis county they had erected the temple of justice in which they were now sitting, and be congratulated the county upon tl,e apparent appropriate-
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were addreesed to the judge as wsll as to the newspapers
of the want of accommodation for the yitneeseg end jurymen in waiting. He regretted that the calendar should bs so hsavy, and contain eo many serious ea es considsring the very brief period which had elapsed since the jail W.I delivered by one of Her Majesty's judges. I,, was csrtai^ly somewhat unsxpeo'sd to bim to find the eases so numerous end of eo senou* a character. ' There were two charges of wilful murder, but with one of thsm
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vsry (snoutand dreadful case, the murder-having been committal under circumstaness of the dtmOst audacity and boldnesi, while the man bad made no eenoua attsmnt to dsny the charge when apprehended, and, deed making very, little effort to escape. When tikeh
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ampipo against Charlee Collins and ---1
lordsbip said' it^ wae a very eingular -u- t
only difficulty the grand jury would have with it detarmmlng whether tlyra ,ea any caaa agalnet Kim There wae thundant of evidence against Collins! Ii
between tbetn, but there was nothing so:far — — Sring King into immediate connexion
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with tha forgery. anpeaVH that CoUka soa shop, and having purchased goode to the amount of about £5. gave a cheque for a largy-^rount in bay
night^ end oltlni*te|y"it"was %bld b}'*omeLd)/but itua prosecutor did giva a cheque for the balance, dating U forward eo as to allow inquirisa to be made a* totbe
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lecture was thoroughly appreciated bythuse preunt, a was freousntly ap -laudsd during lu delivery. Mr. Chlpperneld presided,! and in nfeW.wsll-choeon remarks introduce ) the lecturer, who commenced by saying that
but he would endeavour to make the ,object as interesting *a possible. He would bring before tliem the causes of explosions, and the means be would recommend to be taken to prev.nl them. In his opinion they could not afford t-> neglect this subject, cauiihg, as it did, the loss of no le«s than 1000 lives every year. He would say the lives of breve men. fur they umit"to bravo to go down intp *be depths of the viae to work, not only almost in the dark, but in a place fujl of danger. They all knew what an explosion was a rush of air, then of lire, and then of noise, .causing destruction to every-thing below, and the shaft as well; so thai it was often very difficult to rescue tlioso who might be still alive in the pit. If they went to a marshy piece of land, and Itjrred up the ground, a vapour would arise which was called " Marsh Gas." auif coal gas was somewhat Similar. Th* lecturer then by means of the black board showed Wie up and down shafts of a pit, and went on to explain the causes of combustion, and lb en proceeded to spoak of tho manner in which they might very frequently be prevented, giving illustrations of the Davy lamp. He aald flame could not not exist as flame If it was cooled down below a oeriain point, explaining this by means of a long thin-necked tube, having at the top a bright gas flame, whioh by Compressing the air was made to go to the bottom of the tube, where it arrived so small as to he scarcely-****; 1*1 mhe tube had been long*! the Hame would have gone out entirely, as tho tubs would, have cooled it down to such an extent tbat it could not exist.- 8ir Humphrey Davy seeing the danger to which tho miners were exposed While at work conceived the idea of constructing a lamp the I should be free from, danger, a lamp which was sometimes called the " Davy"
But whatever might have been the good results arising from this lamp, he (the lecturer) thought it was a l"n-r r perfect, the miners.-frtq*khtly ©
tbaV-the miners. Ih deBanco W allrulss awf halations, and in spite of all tliat the managers.of the pita could
this act perhapa catiaed the ioee of many min'ellvn*.
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