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" Philofophers, underftood the Powers of the human Mind, the Nature, End, and Bounds of Civil Government ; and with equal Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flavilh Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences, or the Reafon of Mankind. "
A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 144
1783 - 152 pages
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A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into ..., Volume 2

Daniel Defoe - Great Britain - 1748
...the Stores of Nature ; and gave him Power, beyond all other Writers, to move,, aftonifh, and delight Mankind. Sir ISAAC NEWTON, Whom the GOD of Nature made to comprehend all his Works ; and from fimple Principles to .di fcover the Laws never known, and to explain the Appearances...
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Select epitaphs, collected by W. Toldervy. 2 vols. [in 1].

Select epitaphs, William Toldervy - 1755
...Nature, and Nature's Law, lay hid in Night : GOD faid, " Let NEWTON be," and all was Light. On the fame. Sir ISAAC NEWTON, Whom the GOD of Nature made to comprehend...difcover the Laws Never known before, And to explain the Appearances Never underftood Of this ftupendous Univerfe ! [Stow, Buckingham/hire] On the fame. By...
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Stow: A Description of the Magnificent Gardens of the Right Honourable ...

1756 - 32 pages
...flavifli Syftems of ufurp'd Authority over the Rights, the Confciences, pr the Reafon of Mankind, I ** ] Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the God of Nature made to .comprehend "his Works ; and from fimple Principles, to difcpver the Laws never known before, and to explain the Appearance, never underftood, of this ftupendous...
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences, or the Reafen of Mankind, Sir ISAAC NEWTON, IVhom the GOD of Nature made to comprehend his Works; and...fimple Principles to difcover the Laws never known hefore, and to explain the Appearance, never underjlood, of this jlu. pendous Univerfe. Sir FRANCIS...
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Stowe: A Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right ...

1766 - 44 pages
...Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flavilh Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences, or the Reafon of Mankind. Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the...difcover the Laws never known before, and to explain the Appearances never underftood, of this ftupendous Univerfe. Sir FRANCIS BACON Lord VERULAMJ who, by...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. To which are added, correct descriptions of ...

1766 - 120 pages
...Sagacity, refuted the ffavifh Syftems ef' ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences, orthe Reafon of Mankind. Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the God...Nature made to comprehend his Works ; and from fimple Prin~ ciples, to difcover the Laws never known before^ and to explain the Appearance never underftood,...
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Stowe: a Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right ...

Architecture, Domestic - 1773 - 33 pages
...flavilh Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences, or the Reafon of Mankind; "i Sir ISAAC NEWTON* whom the God of Nature made to comprehend...difcover the Laws never known before, and to explain the Appearances never underftood, of this ftupendous Univerfe. , ••.Sir,FpANCis BACON, LORD VERULAM,...
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A New Display of the Beauties of England: Or, a Description of the Most ...

Architecture - 1776 - 301 pages
...and lagacity, refuted the flavifb fyftems of ufurped authority over the rights, theconfcicnces, and the reafon of mankind. Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the...works ; and from fimple principles, to difcover the the laws never known before, and to explain the appearance never underftood, of this ftupendous univerfe....
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The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ...

Gentleman of Oxford - 1778 - 156 pages
...refuted the flavifh fyftems •of ufurped authority over the rights, the confidences^ •or the i e.iibn of mankind," "Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the God of Nature...difcover the laws never known before, and to explain the appearances, never underftood, of this ftupendous univerfc." " Sir FRANCIS BACON, Lord Verubtm, who,...
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The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ...

Gentleman of Oxford - 1788 - 159 pages
...courage and fagacity, refuted the flavifli fyftems of ufurped authority over the rights, the conferences, or the reafon of mankind." " Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the God of Nature biade to comprehend his works ; and from fimple principles, to difcover the laws never known before,...
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