II. An account of some experiments shown before the Royal Society; with an enquiry into the cause of the ascent and suspension of water in capillary tubes.

@article{JurinIIAA,
  title={II. An account of some experiments shown before the Royal Society; with an enquiry into the cause of the ascent and suspension of water in capillary tubes.},
  author={James Jurin},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  volume={30},
  pages={739 - 747}
}
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Some days ago a Method was proposed to me by an ingenious Friend, for making a perpetual Motion, which seem’d so plausible, and indeed so easily demonstrable from an Observation of the late Mr. Hawksbee, said to be grounded upon Experiment, that, tho' I am far from having any Opinion of attempts of this Nature, yet, I consess, I could not see why it should not succeed. 
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