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Whither things congeale for want of agitation from the ethereall mater. Cartes.
Whither doth air moved by light cause heate or light itselfe &c Why is a coale hoter than flame but flame heates farther Why doth warme breath proceede out of an open mouth but cold out of a contracted mouth.
Why is breath or sweate seene in winter more than in summer
Fire heates by heating the aire because wind by blowing the aire blows heate to a man
To make a crucible to endure halfe a yeare a very strong fire lute it on the outside (thick at the bottom & thiner towards the top) with a mixture of tobaccopipe clay & salt of Tartar ( or Tartar may bee made use of but not with so good successe) I think there must bee an equall quantity of each.
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