SUGGESTIONS FOR AERIAL NAVIGATION.
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SEEING WHAT SELECIION, CLIMATE TRAINING, &C, HAVE POVF POT, THE EQUINE BREED, WHY SHOULD NOT THE SAME INFLUENCES BE BROUGHT TO BEAR ON rOWE.IFUI.ElRm 5^
OP JrREY I HE WALLOON ITSELF WIG T BE MADE OF SUCH A SHARE AS TO OFFER A MINIMU M OF RESISTANCE TO THE AlR. W
Take an India-rubber Coat, tie it at the Neck, Wrists, and Ankles, and turn on Harness an unlimited number of Pigeons to one end of yoto C*^
the Gas from your own Burner. Then Paddle about the Room with Pans. a Hawk to the other, and leave everything to Appetite and • .,
Put on a Tail Coat, stand on the l.-oy, draw your Breath and wave your Hands gently up and down for a few Generations. By a^J:xJ^)°S ° —-'!>|J
theory you will gradually fit yourself for independent Volitation. (This plan requires much Patience and Selk-1>en|jw