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" It appears, therefore, past all doubt, that a race of people may be propagated by this man having such rugged coats or coverings as himself; and if this should ever happen, and the accidental original be forgotten, it is not improbable they might be deemed... "
Ladies' guide in health and disease: girlhood, maidenhood, wifehood, motherhood - Page 387
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1901 - 672 pages
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR LITERARY JOURNAL. VOL. XV. JULY 1756

SEVERAL HANDS - 1756
...of people may be propagated by this man, hav* ing fuch rugged coats as himfelf: and if this fhould ever * happen, and the accidental original be forgotten,...not * improbable they might be deemed a different fpecies of man* kind. A confideration which would almoft lead one to ima* gine, that if mankind were...
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The Monthly Review, Volume 15

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1756
...oft.; after which he attended his father in London. ' It appears, therefore, (adds Mr. Baker) paft all doubt, that a race of people may be propagated by this man, havin rr fuch rugged coats as himfelf: and if this fhould ever happen, and the accidental original...
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Gleanings of natural history, exhibiting figures of quadrupeds, birds ...

George Edwards, Royal College of Physicians of London - Nature - 1758
...plate reprefents a fmall portion of the warty roughnefs of the ikin magnified. It appears to me beyond all doubt, that a race of people may be propagated by this man, having fuch rugged coats or coverings as himfelf : which, if it fliould ever happen, and the accidental original...
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 4

Wilmot Hyde Bradley, Byron Nelson Cooper, John Rodgers - Science - 1822
...six children, whose skin exactly resembled his own. Edwards then remarksó" It appears to me beyond all doubt, that a race of people may be propagated by this man, having such rugged coats or covering as himself, which if it should ever happen, and the accidental original be forgotten, it is...
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Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind: Introduction. On the origin ...

James Cowles Prichard - Anthropology - 1836
...and who is exactly in the same condition." " It appears therefore past all doubt," says Mr. Baker, " that a race of people may be propagated by this man,...they might be deemed a different species of mankind." It seems that a third generation of this singular family is in existence. A description of two individuals,...
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Twelve Lectures on the Connexion Between Science and Revealed Religion, Volume 1

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - Religion and science - 1836
...reproduced in another generation, and in two distinct instances. " It appears therefore," says he, " past all doubt, that a race of people may be propagated...coats or coverings as himself ; and if this should happen, and the accidental origin be forgotten, 'tis not impossible they might be deemed a different...
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The Family Magazine, Volume 4

Family & Relationships - 1837
...time was free from this disorder." " It appears, therefore, past all doubt," continues Mr. Baker, " that a race of people may be propagated by this man,...they might be deemed a different species of mankind ; a consideration which would almost lead one to imagine, that if mankind were all produced from one...
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Twelve lectures on the connection between science and revealed religion ...

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - Religion - 1842 - 448 pages
...reproduced in another generation, and in two distinct instances. " It appears, therefore," says he, " past all doubt, that a race of people may be propagated...coats or coverings as himself; and if this should happen, and the accidental origin be forgotten, 'tis not impossible they might be deemed a different...
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Wade's London review

1845
...eight years of age, whom I saw and examined with his father, and who is exactly in the same condition ; it appears therefore past all doubt, that a race of...be propagated by this man, having such rugged coats and coverings as himself; and if this should ever happen, and the accidental original be forgotten,...
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The natural history of man

James Cowles Prichard - 1845
...father, and who is exactly in the same condition. It appears, therefore, past all doubt," says Mr. Baker, "that a race of people may be propagated by this man, having such rugged coats and coverings as himself; and if this should ever happen, and the accidental original be forgotten,...
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