The Bell Telephone: The Deposition of Alexander Graham Bell in the Suit Brought by the United States to Annul the Bell Patents (Telecommunications S)

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9780405060328: The Bell Telephone: The Deposition of Alexander Graham Bell in the Suit Brought by the United States to Annul the Bell Patents (Telecommunications S)
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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1908. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... WORK RESUMED IN BOSTON. 125 in Canada. I am also inclined to think that the experiment referred to as having been made on August 10 was the experiment between Brant ford and Paris, which was an important and noteworthy one, although an experiment between Bradford and Mount Pleasant was made somewhere about that date. This latter was a very short experiment, simply to see whether the wire would be used, and I am a little uncertain about its date. I am very much inclined to think it was on the day preceding the reception. The experiments described as having been made on August the 11th, in which instruments were placed, one in the porch of the residence, and the other in an outhouse on the grounds, were probably made on the day specified, but not for the first time. The instruments were arranged as described, with a triple mouth-piece, and three voices were transmitted simultaneously during the first week in August. The experiments were repeated a number of times, at subsequent dates, for the information of visitors to my father's house. Int. 157. When did you resume your electrical experiments in Boston, after your summer vacation in 1876, and if any special arrangement was made to facilitate your electrical researches, what was it? Ans. I resumed electrical experiments in Boston somewhere about the 11th of September, 1876, at which time an arrangement was made with Mr. Thomas A. Watson, whereby he should devote half of his time to my experiments, under my own personal supervision, receiving payment therefor from me and my associates, Messrs. Sanders and Hubbard. Before this time, Mr. Watson had been exclusively in the employment of Mr. Williams, and had been paid by him, although he had been specially assigned to my work. About the 11th of September he was employed ...

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