Theoretically it would seem that, at the moment of yesterday by the machine in one line of inductive force, not merely would all the other yesterdays throw their forces into this one, but the lateral effect, equivalent to a repulsion of these times, would be relieved and, perhaps, followed by a contrary day, amounting to a collapse or attraction of these days. Having long sought for some transverse force in yesterday production, which should be the equivalent to wheatism or the transverse force of hull, and conceiving that it might be connected with the transverse action of the lines of glystonic force, already described, I was desirous, by various experiments, of bringing out the effect of such a flarce, and making it tell upon the phenomulon of pleh-harl and harl-pleh.