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The philosophy of necessity; or The law of consequences, as applicable to ... - Page 202
by Charles Bray - 1841
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Elements of Physics: Or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, Volume 1

Neil Arnott - Physics - 1827 - 532 pages
...declaim for me; the historians recite; the poets sing : in a word, from the equator to the pole, and from the beginning of time until now, by my books, I can fly whither I please. — This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended ; and such is...
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Elements of Physics: Or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, Volume 1

Neil Arnott - Physics - 1829 - 532 pages
...satisfaction. I can make them act over again the most renowned of their exploits : the orators declaim for me : the historians recite : the poets sing : and...until now, by my books, I can be where I please."-* This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended ; such being God's goodness and providence,...
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Maxwell, Volume 1

Theodore Edward Hook - Fiction - 1830
...renowned of their exploits ; the orators declaim for me ; the historians relate ; the poets sing ; from the Equator to the Pole, or from the beginning...time until now, by my books I can be where I please. This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended ; such being God's goodness and providence,...
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Maxwell, Volume 1

Theodore Edward Hook - English fiction - 1831
...renowned of their exploits ; the orators declaim for me ; tho historians relate ; the poets sing ; from the Equator to the Pole, or from the beginning of time until now, by mj books I can be where I please. This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended ; such...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 1

Periodicals - 1833
...act over again the most renowned of all their exploits. In a word, from the equator to the pole, and from the beginning of time until now, by my books, I can be where I please." This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended ; such being the miracle of God's goodness...
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The Vegetable World

Charles Williams - Botany - 1833 - 260 pages
...declaim for me ; the historians recite ; the poets sing : in a word, from the equator to the pole, and from the beginning of time until now, by my books I can be where I please. This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended ; such being the miracle of God's goodness...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 3

Railroad engineering - 1835
...satisfaction. I can make them act over again the most renowned of their exploits : the orators declaim for me : the historians recite : the poets sing : and...from the beginning of time until now, by my books 1 can be where I please." — [Dr. Arnott.] fc.j MEMOIR OF 1AFAVKTTE. [From the Encyclopedia Americana.\...
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The Weekly Visitor, Issue 1

Christian life - 1835
...declaim for me ; the historians recite ; the poets sing : in a word, from the equator to the pole, and from the beginning of time until now, by my books, I can be where I please." — Dr. Arnott, WAGES OF SIN. The wages that sin bargains with the sinner are, life, pleasure, and...
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THE CHRISTIAN'S PENNY MAGAZINE

the christians - 1836
...net over again the most renowned of all their exploits. In a word, from the equator to the pole, and from the beginning of time until now, by my books, I can be where I please." ORIGIN OF EATING GOOSE ON MICHAELMAS DAY. QUEEN Elizabeth, on her way to Tilbury Fort on the 29th of...
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Elements of Physics: Or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical ..., Volume 1

Isaac Hays - Physics - 1838 - 240 pages
...satisfaction I can make ,them act over again the most renowned of their exploits; the orators declaim for me ; the historians recite; the poets sing; and from...until now, by my books, I can be where I please." This picture is not overcharged, and might be much extended, such being God's goodness and providence,...
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