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" And now, in a few hours' time, I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write nor read ; but to recover the use of my eyes, shut myself up in my... "
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 17

1832
...I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but 1 saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...dark, for three days together, and used all means in my power to direct my imagination from the sun. For if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture,...
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The life of John Locke: with extracts from his correspondence, journals, and ...

Lord Peter King King - Great Britain - 1829 - 407 pages
...I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye, but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun. For if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark. But by keeping in...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 45

George Walter Prothero - 1831
...time, I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun ; for, if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark. But by keeping...
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The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

Sir David Brewster - 1831 - 323 pages
...time, I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun. For if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark. But by keeping in...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 4

Science - 1831
...I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye, but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun. For if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark. But by keeping in...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 45

1831
...time, I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun; for, if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark. But by keeping in...
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The Hindoos, Volume 2

Hindus - 1835
...I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye, but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun. For if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark ; but by keeping in...
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The Hindoos, Volume 2

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Hindus - 1835
...I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye, but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun. For if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark ; but by keeping in...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 45

1831
...such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but I saw the sun before me, BO that I durst neither write nor read, but to recover...used all means to divert my imagination from the sun ; for, if I thought upon him, I presently saw his picture, though I was in the dark. But by keeping...
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Life of Sir Isaac Newton

Sir David Brewster - 1838 - 314 pages
...time, I had brought my eyes to such a pass, that I could look upon no bright object with either eye but I saw the sun before me, so that I durst neither write nor read ; but to recover the use of Tny eyes, shut myself up in my chamber made dark, for three days together," and used all means to divert...
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