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by C. W. Pasley

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  • ISBN 1436820553
  • ISBN13 978-1436820554
  • Language English
  • Author C. W. Pasley
  • Publisher Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 29, 2008)
  • Pages 40
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  • Size ePub 1478 kb
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Kessinger Publishing. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Description of the Universal Telegraph for Day and Night Signals (1823).

For the day signals, the telegraph consists of an upright post of moderate height, of two moveable arms fixed on the . 3, which is an elevation of the Universal Telegraph, fitted up for night signals, on a scale larger than that of the former explanatory figures

For the day signals, the telegraph consists of an upright post of moderate height, of two moveable arms fixed on the same pivot near the top of it, and of a mark, called the indicator, on one side of it. (See Plate I. fig. Each arm can exhibit the seven positions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, exclusive of Нз quiescent position, called 'the stop,' in which it points vertically downwards, and is obscured by the post. 3, which is an elevation of the Universal Telegraph, fitted up for night signals, on a scale larger than that of the former explanatory figures. The apparatus now alluded to, having only one lantern to support, may be made extremely light.

by C W Pasley(Author). This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.

Practical Rules for making Telegraphic Signals. With a description of the two armed telegraph, invented in 1804 by Lieut. Sir Charles William Pasley.

Landela ukufunda ngokungaxhunyiwe ku-inthanethi, gqamisa, bekisa noma thatha amanothi ngenkathi ufunda i-Description of the universal telegraph, for day and night signals. Practical Rules for making Telegraphic Signals.

Author Charles William Pasley. Categories: Nonfiction.

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Description of the Universal Telegraph for Day and Night Signals,’ 8vo, London, 1823. 9. ‘Exercise of the new-decked Pontoons or Double Canoes, invented by Lieut. Colonel Pasley,’ lithographed, &c. 7. ‘A simple Practical Treatise on Field Fortification,’ 8vo, 1823. 8. ‘Observations on Nocturnal Signals in General; with a simple Method of converting Lieut. Colonel Pasley's Two-armed Telegraph into a Universal Telegraph for Day and Night Signals,’ 8vo, Chatham, 1823.