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" Arkwright alone had the sagacity to discern, and the boldness to predict in glowing language, how vastly productive human industry would become, when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature fitful and capricious,... "
A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines ... - Page 108
by Andrew Ure - 1858
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The philosophy of manufactures: or, An exposition of the scientific, moral ...

Andrew Ure - Technology & Engineering - 1835
...glowing language, how vastly productive human industry would become, when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature...mechanical fingers and arms, regularly impelled with great velocity by some indefatigable physical power. What his judgment so clearly led him to perceive,...
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Memoir of Samuel Slater: the father of American manufactures

George Savage White - Cotton growing - 1836 - 448 pages
...glowing language, how vastly productive human industry would become, when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature...mechanical fingers and arms, regularly impelled, with great velocity, by some indefatigable physical power. What his judgment so clearly led him to perceive,...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 6

Railroad engineering - 1838
...language, how vastly productive human industry would become, when no longer proportioned in its resulta to muscular effort, which is by its nature fitful...mechanical fingers and arms, regularly impelled with great velocity by some indefatigable physical power. What his judgment so clearly led him to perceive,...
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The Mechanic's Register, Volumes 1-2

Technology - 1838
...glowing language, how vastly productive human industry would become, when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature...task of guiding the work of mechanical fingers and anus, regularly impelled with great velocity by some indefatigable phsyical power. What his judgment...
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Manchester as it is [by B. Love].

Benjamin Love - 1839
...a nation, and the comforts of mankind, home industry can become, when no longer proportioned in its results to. muscular effort, which is by its nature...factories. This great era in the useful arts is mainly attributable to the genius of Arkwright. Prior to the introduction of his system, manufactures were...
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The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the ..., Volume 3, Part 2

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long - Biography - 1844
...longer dependent upon the fitful and capricious nature of muscular exertion, but when it should be made to consist in the task of guiding the work of...mechanical fingers and arms, regularly impelled with great velocity by some indefatigable physical power; and as the man whose energy enabled him to realize,...
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The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the ..., Volume 3, Issue 2

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long - Biography - 1844
...longer dependent upon the fitful and capricious nature of muscular exertion, but when it should be made to consist in the task of guiding the work of...mechanical fingers and arms, regularly impelled with great velocity by somo indefatigable physical power; and as the man whose energy enabled him to realize,...
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Ures̓ dictionary of arts, manufactures, and mines: containing a ..., Volume 1

Andrew Ure - Industrial arts - 1860
...a nation, and the comforts of mankind, human industry can become when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature...machine factories. This great era in the useful arts is ... liai y due to the genius of Arkwright. Prior to the introduction of his system, manufactures where...
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A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINES

ANDREW URE - 1870
...nation, and the comforts of mankind, human industry can become, when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature...consist in the task of guiding the work of mechanical fingeis and arms regularly impelled, with equal precision and velocity, by some indefatigable physical...
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Introduction to Contemporary Civilization in the West: A Source ..., Volume 2

Columbia College (Columbia University) - History - 1960 - 1296 pages
...glowing language, how vastly productive human industry would become, when no longer proportioned in its results to muscular effort, which is by its nature...mechanical fingers and arms, regularly impelled with great velocity by some indefatigable physical power. What his judgment so clearly led him to perceive,...
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