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" Coal, in truth, stands not beside but entirely above all other commodities. It is the material energy of the country — the universal aid - the factor in everything we do. With coal almost any feat is possible or easy; -without it we are thrown back... "
Business geography and the development of American industries - Page 57
by Edward Sherwood Mead - 1902 - 231 pages
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The Coal Question: An Enquiry Concerning the Progress of the Nation, and the ...

William Stanley Jevons - Coal - 1865 - 349 pages
...therefore, commands this age — the Age of Coal. Coal, in truth, stands not beside but entirely above nil other commodities. It is the material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do. With coal almost any feat is possible or easy ; without it we are...
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The Coal Question: An Inquiry Concerning the Progress of the Nation, and the ...

William Stanley Jevons - Coal - 1866 - 383 pages
...or the steam ; and coal, therefore, commarfds this age — the Age of Coal. Coal in truth stands not beside but entirely above all other commodities. It...material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do. With coal almost any feat is possible or easy; without it we are...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

Commerce - 1868
...abundance either the iron or the steam ; and coal therefore commands this age. It stands above all commodities. It is the material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything. With coal, almost any feat is possible, or easy ; without it, we are...
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The Story of American Coals

William Jasper Nicolls - Coal - 1896 - 405 pages
...1897. HARRY A. BBRWIND, PHILADELPHIA, THIS BOOK 18 DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR. TO in truth stands not beside but entirely above all other commodities. It...material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do. With coal almost any feat is possible or easy; without it we are...
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The Forum, Volume 30

Technology & Engineering - 1901
...steam, and coal, therefore, commands this age — the Age of Coal. Coal, in truth, stands not only beside, but entirely above all other commodities....material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do. With coal, almost any feat is possible or easy; without It, we...
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Gunton's Magazine, Volume 27

George Gunton - Social sciences - 1904
...steam, and coal, therefore, commands this age — the age of coal. Coal, in truth, stands not only beside but entirely above all other commodities. It is the material energy of thf country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do. With coal almost any feat is...
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Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society, Volume 6

Geology - 1893
...can be replaced by some other agent. As the late Professor Jevons has truly said : " Coal stands not beside, but entirely above all other commodities....material energy of the country, the universal aid, the factor of everything we do. With coal almost any feat is possible or easy ; without coal we are...
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Reflections in Bullough's Pond: Economy and Ecosystem in New England

Diana Muir - Nature - 2002 - 324 pages
...web of yard goods. Chapter 1 3 Cities of Steam Coal, in truth, stands not beside but entirely above other commodities. It is the material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do. With coal almost any feat is possible or easy; without it we are...
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Dictionary of Energy

Cutler J. Cleveland, Christopher G. Morris - Business & Economics - 2005 - 512 pages
...as Calcutta." — Ralph Waldo Emerson, US author and philosopher (1860). "Coal, in truth, stands not beside but entirely above all other commodities. It...material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do." — William Stanley Jevons, English economist (1865). "Coal is...
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Dictionary of Energy: (South Asia Edition)

Cutler J. Cleveland - Science - 2006 - 520 pages
...as Calcutta." —Ralph Waldo Emerson, US author and philosopher (1860). "Coal, in truth, stands not beside but entirely above all other commodities. It...material energy of the country — the universal aid — the factor in everything we do." — William Stanley Jevons, English economist (1865). "Coal is...
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