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To The Editors Of Tlie English Woman's J...
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resp To irat understand ory process the . influence which an excess of carbonic acid in theexternal _^ air has upon the amount expired , four principal facts connected
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otherair containing oxygen , as its most important gredient . gases 2 . , throug The process h the membrane of respiration , the oxygen consists passing in the inward interchange s , the carbonic of these acid two !
outwards 3 . This . interchange takes place with the greatest rapidity when the two areas it werein the most complete contrast to each other . As the
for gases external receivi , air ng becomes more diminishes , saturated , the with process the exp of ired exchange carbonic becomes acid , its slower capacity and
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but as 7 as or much 8 per as cent 10 . It probabl centseems y varies to In be some sufficient measure to _stojD in different the resp animals iratory , per , process in the strongest . lanation of the law of
diffusion For a I more must comp refer lete your and corresp scientific onden exp t to any text book on Ph gaseous ysics . Miller ' s Elements of Chemistry , vol . I ., or evenFowne's Manual , would give
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Typhus Fever . I have the Ladies honour to remain obedient , servant , your ,
The Writer of the Article in Question ..
Open Council. 355
OPEN COUNCIL . 355
Effects Of Our Drinking Usages On The Co...
EFFECTS OF OUR DRINKING USAGES ON THE CONDITION OF WOMEN . i
Ladies In a letter , in your last number on this subject , Mr . James Haughtorr says , that Movement censure is " cast for an on expression Mrs . Bayley of op in inion an article that we headed are too The anxious Tem to
perance , no find Being such work censure the for writer women is to of ( be married the found article in women it in question and ) . that , Mr I may . Haug be hton allowe must d to have say , read that ,
M it rs inattentivel . Bayley the ' s support y exertions . On of the , the and contrary famil the strongest , on the the greatest wife disapprobation instead admiration of the of is husband the expressed custom . The for of
throwing believes only poin the t of disagreement loyment of sing is with le y women regard to to be sing demoralizing le women . an Mrs d I b Bay elieve ley
the want of employment emp to be still more demoralizing . In all , other respects
we agree .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), July 1, 1863, page 355, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01071863/page/67/