After Phillips, we come to the great figures of the middle nineteenth century, W. S. Henson and John Stringfellow. Cayley had shown, in 1809, how success might be attained by developing the idea of the plane surface so driven as to take advantage of the resistance offered by the air, and Henson, who as early as 1840 was experimenting with model gliders and light steam engines, evolved and patented an idea for something very nearly resembling the monoplane of the early twentieth century. His patent, No. 9478, of the year 1842, explains the principle of the machine as follows:鈥? Guard her, ye pitying angels! Committed to the Jail at Colleton District as a runaway, JORDAN, a negro man about thirty years of age, who says he belongs to Dobson 180Coely, of Pulaski County, Georgia. The owner has notice to prove property and take him away. I had no 'rendezvous.' You could not know it! 鈥淭he executioner? You have guessed it, Monseigneur, and that fearful name explains the state of mind in which you see me.鈥? Tell it me, you! 超碰caoporen97人人,久久人人97超碰,97超碰,超碰97国产公开 With the multiple winged glider some two to three hundred glides were made without any accident either to the man or to the machine, and the action was found so effective, the principle so sound, that full plans were published for the benefit of any experimenters who might wish to improve on this apparatus. The American Aeronautical Annual for 1897 contains these plans; Chanute confessed that some movement on the part of the operator was still required to control the machine, but it was only a seventh or a sixth part of the movement required for control of the Lilienthal type. Col. Good evening, young Ladies, good evening. I have just returned from the North, where we are everywhere triumphant, and our laurels should ensure us a welcome from beauty. 鈥楴one but the brave, none but the brave deserve the fair,鈥?you know. Hey, Miss Sophy? Cassy, I want you to write a letter. The N.C. 4 and N.C. 1 lying ready to start on the Atlantic Flight.