Image from page 595 of “Reminiscences of the old fire laddies and volunteer fire departments of New York and Brooklyn.” (1885)

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Title: Reminiscences of the old fire laddies and volunteer fire departments of New York and Brooklyn.
Year: 1885 (1880s)
Authors: Kernan, J. Frank.
Subjects: Fire departments–New York (State)–New York. Fire prevention–New York (State)–New York. Volunteer fire fighters–New York (State)–New York.
Publisher: M. Crane,
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries

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ry occasion where prompt action on the part of his sub-ordinates is demanded. Like men of character he is a true disciplinarian, and as suchmay have gained for himself the enmity of many, although viewedwith favor by those who recognize in him one having at heart theinterests of the Department. Chief Campbell has, upon more than one occasion, fully demon-strated the wisdom of the course he is pursuing, by succeeding inunearthing the drones in the Department who are averse to stretch- of enjoying the good things of this life without transgressing thelaws of propriety. His record in the Department as a gentlemanand a thorough fireman is of the very highest. Bernard Kine.—Among the fire laddies who contributed largelyby their attention to duty and social influence to develop an interestin matters pertaining to the saving of life and the protection of prop-erty on the east side when the tide of immigration first began to flowin that direction, may be mentioned Mr. Bernard Kine. A native

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ing in at a fire, but who areever ready to respond to thewelcome order take up,when retiring from the sceneof a fire. Those who enterthe Department, wholly de-sirous of performing theirduty well, speak in terms ofthe highest praise concerningChief Campbell, who, whetherengaged or not in th~ – formance of the respo John Castles. duties attached to his omce,is always affable in manner.Universally regarded as agenial companion, he at alltimes maintains the dignityof a true gentleman, while herecognizes fully the wisdom Short Biographies. 573 to the manor born, Barney, as he was familiarly called, early inlife took a pride in associating with the members of The Old BlueDevil, No. 30. After it disbanded, he, in company with several ofthe Avenue A boys, ran with Manhattan No. 8, situated in LudlowStreet, between Broome and Delancey, where they did effective ser-vice in enabling her to maintain ascendency in races against Trades-man Engine No. 12. As soon as Forrest 3 was organized he severe

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Image from page 95 of “Lectures upon the mechanism of speech” (1906)
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Title: Lectures upon the mechanism of speech
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Bell, Alexander Graham, 1847-1922
Subjects: Speech Phonetics Deaf — Means of communication Phonetics Speech
Publisher: New York and London : Funk & Wagnalls
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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upon the mouth to see ifthat relation holds good. Now we know that G + 1 = &(iig). If then your hypothetical position (G) is corred, you shouldget G (iig), by adding voice to a kiss. Test the matter. Sound thevoice continuously while vou repeat the sound of a kiss:—i+a+(D< D<-D<-etc.) = G+ (D< D< D< etc). You at once recognize the familiar effect 6 (//«), continuouslysounded—like the drone of a bagpipe—accompanied by the equallyfamiliar sound of kissing. This is proof that your assumption iscorrect. 88 A kiss:^G + (D (/>). But why does the air go into the mouth when the lips areopened ? The f:i6l indicates that a partial vacuum exists there. Thismeans that the cavity of the mouth had been enlarged while theshut positions were assumed, thus causing rarefaftion of the con-tained air. The tongue, therefore, must have been moved before

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Fig. 14. i + Q+I+D 5+a+L+DG+[D + (rT)T] or G+ (D<) i+a+i+D1+ l+o D+ra+dDL] orD+(a<) the lips were opened. Any movement of the tongue that will en-large the cavity, will produce a partial vacuum in the mouth, andthus lead to the produdion of the sound. The symbol < (air goinginto a cavity) expresses the effect independently of the exa6l 89 positions assumed. Hence: G-f (D<), is a general expression andcovers any change of position inside the mouth that will produce apartial vacuum there. As a clear understanding of the cause of the click effe6l in thiscase will throw light upon the nature of clicks in general, it maybe well to show some specific movement of the tongue that willproduce the effect. For example: Suppose that the front of thetongue is elevated in the position for e in eel thus f (high front)when the shut positions are assumed. (See Fig. 14). If then thefront of the tongue is lowered into the position for e in pet (asshown by a dotted line in Fig. 14) thus (lo

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