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Myths and Songs from the South Pacific - Page v
by William Wyatt Gill - 1876 - 328 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 142

English literature - 1876
...His remark on the real importance of the collection touches the key-note of the whole subject : ' I confess it seemed strange to me that its importance...products of nature or works of man, if only there is no douht as to their genuineness, they claim and most readily receive the attention, not only of the learned,...
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The Quarterly review VOL.142 July&October,1876

The Quarterly review VOL.142 July&October,1876 - 1876
...of the collection touches the key-note of the whole subject: ' I confess it seemed strange to mo that its importance should be questioned. If new minerals,...nature or works of man, if only there is no doubt us to their geauineness, thoy claim and most readily receive the attention, not only of the learned,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 142

English literature - 1876
...His remark on the real importance of the collection touches the key-note of the whole subject : ' I confess it seemed strange to me that its importance...unknown language is rendered accessible for the first tune, no one, I think, who is acquainted with the scientific problems of our age, winiM ask what their...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1876
...minerals, plants, or nnimals arc discovered, if strange jietrifactions are brought to light, if Hints or other stone weapons are dredged up, or works of...who is acquainted with the scientific problems of onr age, would ask what their importance consists in, or what they ere good for. Whether they are products...
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