Professor Wise, Part II

More engravings from John Wise’s Through the Air: A Narrative of Forty Years’ Experience as an Aeronaut, Comprising a History of the Various Attempts in the Art of Flying by Artificial Means from the Earliest Period Down to the Present Time.  See original post here.

"A gentleman came to the window and offered me his assistance."

"Holland, Green and Mason over Liege at night."

"Glaisher insensible at a height of seven miles."

"Thurston carried off."

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