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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-649

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WARNEFORD SCHOLARSHIPS 647 were confined in the establishment How came you to be here he exclaimed in his surprise "In consequence of little dispute was the answer thought the world mad and the world thought me mad but the world had the majority and shut me up here And also great battle was going on Column after column had been precipitated for eight hours on the enemy posted on the ridge of hill The summer sun was sinking to the west reinforcements for the obstinate defenders were already in sight It was neces- sary to carry the position with one final charge or everything would be lost powerful corps had been summoned from across tbe country and if it came up in season all would yet he right The great conqueror confident in its arrival formed his reserves into an attacking column and led them down the hill The world knows the result Grouchy failed to appear the imperial guard was beaten back Waterloo was lost Napoleon died prisoner at St Helena because one of his marshals was behind time XII -jgatural Ρϊ ίΙ0£ ορϊ Describe the common balance Prove that if χ be the true weight of substance which seems to weigh lbs in one scale-pan of balance with unequal arms and lbs in the other scale-pan χ Ja State some other method of determin- ing the true weight of substance in such balance State the conditions of Stable Unstable and Neutral Equilibrium 1st in the case of body capable of turning about point 2nd in tbe case of body resting on surface giving examples in each case stone is projected vertically upwards find the time taken to reach the highest point and tbe greatest height attained the velocity of projection being 96 feet per second and the value of 32 Describe Attwood's machine and explain the uses to which it may be put Describe the cistern barometer and the Madgeburg Hemi-
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