[Bell Historians] Campanalogia

David Bryant davidbryant at Fk6N1i1m8urreYc1ms3F-ZNLBemN9M-AzEyYzVjOKAVArr6R-ekZCmBagUMeu0kT14kFMQZeOhn9CdgbO5I7fEti5Q.yahoo.invalid
Wed Aug 30 22:27:39 BST 2006

> I don't know about Campanalogia, but TINTINNALOGIA is available online at 
> :-
> http://www.gutenberg.org/files/18567/18567-h/18567-h.htm (645kb)
> Also worth a read is Edmund Beckett's treatise at :-
> http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17576/17576-pdf.pdf (3.08Mb)

I didn't realise these were available online. I'll put some links from the 
bell historians links page (when I eventually get round to writing it). For 
anyone who hasn't read it, Beckett's treatise is well worth reading, 
particularly the chapter on bells. We may not now generally consider many of 
his ideas to be good (especially where bell thickness is concerned), but 
there is no doubt that he was convinced that his opinions were correct, as 
clearly comes across in the text.



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