Young Corliss, then twenty-one years of age, proposed to build a cantilever bridge.
Bonney was stationed at the wheel, and Corliss at the sheets.
The cylinder is secured against the end of the bed-plate, as was first done by Corliss.
Corliss and the Old Man and I stood right by and saw him off.
The medium was a psychic of the Corliss type, an automatist who delivered his “spirit messages” by word of mouth.
What enables the dash-pot of a Corliss engine to work noiselessly?
Constable Corliss and Mayor Soames, are examining the library and dressing room.
"A real study—like a Flemish picture," Mrs. Corliss said afterward.
And you won't find it to your interest, Corliss, to hunt up too many scruples.
We illustrate one of the largest Corliss engines ever constructed.