Mirror of Literature,  5 (1825), 116–17.

Bow Bells

A Member of the Senior College Society




Sound, Engineering

    The writer states that 'the practice of bell-ringing has been reduced to a science for many years past' and complains that 'this scientific mode is not allowed to be performed upon Bow Bells' because the members of the vestry have been informed that it might cause the fall of the spire (116). This claim is disputed on physical grounds.

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