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The original letters are still on the Royal Society's archives. [Cont. ] 18 THE NATURE OF GASES AND OF HEAT The outcome was that Waterston's paper was read to the Royal Society in March 1846, and an abstract was printed in the Proceedings of the Royal Society, but the paper itself remained in the Society's archives and was generally unknown until 1892, when Lord Rayleigh discovered it and had it printed in the Philosophical Transactions. In an introductory note to the paper, Rayleigh discussed its history and concluded that such " highly speculative investigations, especially by an unknown author, are best brought before the world through some other channel than a scientific society " and that a young scientist should first establish his reputation " by work whose scope is limited, and whose value is easily judged, before embarking on higher flights".

See also his Opera Mathematica, E Theatro Sheldoniano, Oxoniae, 1699, Vol. I, p. 573. VOLTA, ALESSANDRO. WARBURG, EMIL: See KUNDT. WATERSTON, JOHN JAMES. On the physics of media that are composed of free and perfectly elastic molecules in a state of motion. Proceedings of the Royal Society {London) 5, 604 (1846) (abstract); Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London 183A, 5 (1893). Reprinted in The Collected Scientific Papers of John James Waterston (ed. J. S. HALDANE), Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, 1928, p. 207.

For the more easy understanding of the experiments triable by our engine, I thought it not superfluous nor unreasonable in the recital of this first of them, to insinuate that notion, by which it seems likely, that most, if not all of them, will prove explicable. Your Lordship will easily suppose, that the notion I speak of is, that there is a spring, or elastical power in the air we live in. By which eKcurrjp or * The following selection is from the book New Experiments PhysicoMechanical, touching the spring of the air, and its effects; made, for the most part in a new pneumatical engine.

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