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Page 7 - ... of experiments we should find out that the sun was really the cause of the colour in the one, — not in the other. We go through such processes of experiment unconsciously in childhood ; and having once come to conclusions touching the signification of certain colours, we always suppose that we see what we only know, and have hardly any consciousness of the real aspect of the signs we have learned to interpret. Very few people have any idea that sunlighted grass is yellow.
Page 370 - THE CAUVERY, KISTNAH, AND GODAVERY : BEING A REPORT ON THE WORKS CONSTRUCTED ON THOSE RIVERS, FOR THE IRRIGATION OF PROVINCES IN THE PRESIDENCY OF MADRAS. By R. BAIRD SMITH, FGS, Lt.-Col. Bengal Engineers, &c., &c. In demy 8vo, with 19 Plans, price 28s. cloth. "A most curious and interesting work."— Economist.
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Page 363 - The biography is replete with interest and information, deserving to be perused by the student of Indian history, and sure to recommend itself to the general reader."— Mfienceum.
Page 363 - These sermons are full of thought and beauty. There is not a sermon in the series that does not furnish evidence of originality without extravagance, of discrimination without tediousness, and of piety without cant or conventionalism.
Page 3 - If any young person, after being taught what is, in polite circles, called " drawing," will try to copy the commonest piece of real work — suppose a lithograph on the titlepage of a new opera air, or a woodcut in the cheapest illustrated newspaper of the day — they will find themselves entirely beaten. And yet that common lithograph was drawn with coarse chalk, much more difficult to manage than the pencil of which an accomplished young lady is supposed to have command ; and that woodcut was...