When her husband bought his lot there, Mrs. Halleck could hardly believe that a house on Rumford Street was not too fine for her.
Hence what are called Rumford roasters, and the machines invented by economical gratemakers, are utterly to be rejected.
Rumford describes these experiments at length, and they are conclusive.
But kissing was not common in Rumford or anywhere else in New England.
Rumford's invention was first given to the public in London in 1812.
Mrs. Rumford was in the kitchen frying doughnuts for breakfast.
In this treatise he describes and illustrates the Rumford percolator.
Weaver says he saw it represented in a window of Rumford Church.
She asked him if he had ever been in Boston before; who was the minister in Rumford; if he had many books to read.
Count Rumford, in the spring of 1793, left Munich for Italy on account of his health.