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" The chasm would be imperceptible to an eye that could take in the whole compass of nature, and pass from one end of the creation to the other... "
The New Christian's Magazine: Being an Universal Repository of Divine Knowledge - Page 304
1783
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1717
...Grain of Sand upon the Sea- more. The Space they poflefs is fo exceedingly little, in Companion of the whole that it would fcarce make a Blank in the...imperceptible to an Eye, that could take in the whole Compais of Nature, and pafs from one End of the Creation to the other, as it is pofliblc there may...
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The Present State of the Republick of Letters

Books - 1729
...little in corapariifon of the whole, that it would fcarce raalce a blank in' the Creation. The cbafm would be imperceptible to an eye that could take in...from one end of the Creation to the other ; as it is poflible there may be fuch a fenfe in ourfelves hereafter, or in Creatures which are at prefent rhore...
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1729
...exceedingly little in Companion of the whole, that it would icaroe make a Blank in the Creation. Tha Chal'ru would be imperceptible to an Eye, that could take in the whole Compafs of Nature, and paft from •rte End of the Creation to the other ; as it is poffible there may be fuch a Senfe in...
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1739
...a Grain of Sand upon the Sea-more. The Space they poflefs is fo exceedingly little in Comparifon of the whole, that it would fcarce make a Blank in the...from one End of the Creation to the other ; as it is poflible there may be fach a Senfe in our felves hereafter, or in Creatures which are at prefent more...
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The Microscope Made Easy: Or, I. The Nature, Uses, and Magnifying Powers of ...

Henry Baker - Microscopes - 1743 - 311 pages
...Grain of Sand upon the " Sea-more : the Space they poflefs is fo ex" ceeding little, in companion of the Whole, ". that it would fcarce make a Blank in the " Creation. The Chafm would be almoft " imperceptible to an Eye that could take in "the whole Compafs of Nature, and pafs " from one...
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The Microscope Made Easy: Or, I. The Nature, Uses, and Magnifying Powers of ...

Microscopes - 1744 - 311 pages
...comparifon of the Whole, that it would icarce make a Blank in the Creation. The Chafin '* would be almoft imperceptible to an Eye " that could take in the whole...pafs from one End of the "Creation to the other." What then is cc ** Vide Sfeflator, Numb-565. the mightieft Monarch that ever lived! What is the whole...
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The Evidences of the Christian Religion

Joseph Addison - Apologetics - 1753 - 330 pages
...fea-fhore. The fpace they pofTefs is fo exceedingly little in comparifon of the whole, that it would fcirce make a blank in the creation. The chafm would be imperceptible...from one end of the creation to the other ; as it is pofiible there may be fuch a fenfe in ourfelves hereafter, or in creatures which are at prefent more...
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The Elements of Useful Knowledge: Comprehending, Among Other Interesting ...

Jasper Adams - 1793
...of the whole, that^their lofs would fcarce leave a blank in the immenfity of God's works. The chafin would be imperceptible to an eye, that could take...and pafs from one end of the creation to the other/' A celebrated t philofopher carries this thought fo far, that he does not think it impoflible there...
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Evidences of the Christian religion. To which are added, discourses against ...

Joseph Addison - 1796 - 180 pages
...grain of fand upon the fea fhon:. The fpace they pofiefs is fo exceedingly little, in comparifon of the whole, that it would fcarce make a blank in the creation. The chafin would be imperceptible to the eye, that could take in the whole compafs of nature, and pafs...
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The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - Readers - 1799 - 356 pages
...fea-fliore. The fpace they polsefs is fo exceedingly little in comparifon of the whole, it would fcarcely make a blank in the creation. The chafm would be imperceptible to an eye, that could take in the whole compais of nature, and pafs from one end of the creation to the other ; as it is polsibie there may...
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