On Sir William Parson's Lectures

TO HIS FRIENDS ON THE AIR-PUMP .

Aira dum vitro exantlat redditque vicissim;
Ni fallor Vacuum est airis ipse sui.

ANGLICÈ.

In and out when the air by the pumper is thrown,
I, alas! am receiver — the vacuum his own.
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