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Image from page 682 of “Narrative of the expedition of an American squadron to the China seas and Japan” (1857)
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Title: Narrative of the expedition of an American squadron to the China seas and Japan
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Authors: Perry, Matthew Calbraith, 1794-1858 Hawks, Francis L. (Francis Lister), 1798-1866
Subjects: United States Naval Expedition to Japan (1852-1854)
Publisher: New York, D. Appleton and company [etc., etc.]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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a says, all who reach the blissful land will be-come so that they cannot be made to transmigrate, (or change for theworse.) The square post upon which these inscriptions were cut was nearly eightfeet in length, and near the centre, at a convenient height to be reached bythe hand, was affixed, vertically, a wheel, which moved readily on an axlethat passed through the post. Two small iron rings were strung upon eachof the three spokes of the large wheel. Every person who twisted this in-strument in passing was supposed to obtain credit in heaven for one ormore prayers on the post, the number being graduated according to thevigor of the performers devotion, and the number of revolutions effected.The jingle of the small iron rings was believed to secure the attention ofthe deity to the invocation of the devotional, and the greater the noise, themore certain of its being listened to. This praying by wheel and axlewould seem to be the very perfection of a ceremonious religion, as it reduces

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1 ^M, llllllllliil llll l 1 1 Ijl 111 f 11 liii A x,^ A^i .1; > ^ PRAYING BY MACHINERY. 515 it to a system of mechanical laws, which,provided the apparatus is kept in order,a result easily obtained by a little oil,moderate use, and occasional repairs, canbe readily executed with the least possi-ble expenditure of human labor, and withall that economy of time and thoughtwhich seems the great purpose of our ma-terial and mechanical age. Hue, in hisinteresting account of his travels in Thi-bet, speaks of an improvement on themachine we have described, where the ap-paratus was turned by water power, andvery appropriately styles it a prayer mill.In the course of the progress of the Jap-anese in the mechanical arts, this, withtheir usual readiness in adopting new im-provements, will no doubt be introduced,or perhaps the more effective power ofsteam will be applied to their prayingmachines, and with the introduction ofsteamboats and railroads may commencean era of locomotive devotion. T

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Image from page 100 of “Atlanta City Directory” (1922)
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Identifier: atlantacitydirec1922atla
Title: Atlanta City Directory
Year: 1922 (1920s)
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Publisher: Atlanta City Directory Company
Contributing Library: Emory University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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NS, SANITARY EQUIPMENT, OIL STORAGE SYSTEMS Any Sheet Metal Products of High QuaUty 104 JANITORS SUPPLIES Sweeping Compoimd Nu-Lik PolishFloor Brushes Mops Washing Powders Cleaning Cloths Floor OilsDustersStep Ladders Disinfectants Brooms Scouring Powders Mop WringersGarbage Cans Sponges JANITORS Sanitary Sw^^ly Co. SUPPLIES 74 Edgewood Ave. ATLANTA, GA. Phone Ivy 2280 Chamois Skins Brass Polish Floor WaxAutomobile Soaps Hurt Brooms Push BroomsWindow Cleaners Misty Sprayers Force Pumps Dust PansWall BrushesCoco Mats Rubber HoseWindow Brushes JEWELERS JOHN J. BOOKOUT JEWELER WATCHES. DIAMONDS, CUT GUSS AND JEWELRY Gifts That Last Special Attention Given to Repairing 114 Peachtree Arcade Bell Phone Ivy 6581 Myron E. Freeman S. T. Hilsman E. B. Freeman Myron E. Freeman & Bro. Jewelers STERLING SILVERWARE DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED WATCHES PLATINUM DIAMOND JEWELRY 14K GOLD JEWELRY Designers of Modem Settings for Family Jewels 103 Peachtree Street ATLANTA, GEORGIA Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry

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CREDIT AT CASH PRICESCome in and get acquainted, open a charge account DIAMOND RINGSDIAMOND SCARF PINSDIAMOND BAR PINSDIAMOND EAR SCREWSDIAMOND LA VALLIERESMATCHES AND WRIST AVATCHES LIBERTY BONDS ACCEPTED _ The Old Reliable Original Diamond and WatchCredit House—Largest in the World LOFTIS BROS. & CO. 1 WHITEHALl, ST., S. E. Corner of Viaduct ATLANTA TELEPHONES Main 4633 AND Ivy 9348 Call or WrjteFOR Catalog OpenEveryEveningSTORES INLEADINGCITIES aO I JEWELERS MAIER & BERKELE, Inc. Established 1887 DIAMOND MERCHANTS GOLD AND SILVERSMITHSSOCIETY ENGRAVERS 31 Whitehall Street Phone Bell Main 6055 ATLANTA SANFORD JEWELRY CO. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Clocks GIFTS THAT LASTExpert Watch and Jewelry Repairing64 Peachtree Street KODAKS and SUPPLIES

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