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" and, as Mr. Hobbes sayes in his book ' De Corpore,' he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his owne doctrine established in his life time. He understood Greek and Latin pretty well, but was no critique, and he wrote very bad Latin. The Circuitus "
'Brief Lives': A-H - Page 301
by John Aubrey, Andrew Clark - 1898
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Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ...

Thomas Hearne, John Aubrey - English letters - 1813
...much adoe at last in about 20 or 30 yeares time, it was received in all the Universities in the world, and as Mr. Hobbes sayes in his book " De Corpore,"...the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his life time. He understood Greek and Latin pretty well, but was no critique,...
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The Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 33

Medicine - 1815
...yeares time, it was received in all the universities in the world, ami, as Mr. Hobbcs sayes in liis book, " De Corpore," he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to sec bis ovvnc doctrine estabii.shrd in his lifc.timc. lie understood Greek and Latin pretty well, but...
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The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature, Volume 6

Samuel Emlen - Medicine - 1816
...at last in about twenty or thirty yeares time, it was received in all the universities in the world* and, as Mr. Hobbes sayes in his book, " De Corpore,"...lived to see his owne doctrine established in his life-time. He understood Greek and Latin pretty well, but was no critique, and he wrote very bad Latin....
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Character of Lord Bacon: His Life and Works

Thomas Martin - Great Britain - 1835 - 367 pages
...or thirty years time, it was received in all the Universities in the world; and, as Mr. Hobbes says in his book "De Corpore," " he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his lifetime." '— Letters from the Bodleian Library, &c., vol. 2, p....
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Character of lord Bacon: his life and works

Thomas Martin - 1835
...or thirty years time, it was received in all the Universities in the world; and, as Mr. Hobbes says in his book "De Corpore," " he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his lifetime." '— Lettera from the Bodleian Library, &c., vol. 2, p....
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The works of William Harvey, M.D.

William Harvey - Blood - 1847 - 624 pages
...to Aubrey, who found him " perusing it, and working problems not long before he dyed." Aubrey says " he understood Greek and Latin pretty well, but was...critique, and he wrote very bad Latin. The Circuitus Sanguinis was, as I take it, done into Latin by Sir George Ent, as also his booke de Generatione Animalium...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight

Half hours - 1847
...or thirty years' time, it was received in all the universities in the world, and as Mr. Hobbes says in his book, 'De Corpore,' he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his lifetime.—ADBEEY. RETALIATION.—A nobleman, resident at a castle...
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The Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Companion, Volumes 1-2

William Maxwell - Virginia - 1848
...or thirty years' time, it was received in all the universities in the world, and as Mr. Hobbes says in his book, " De Corpore," he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his lifetime. Rkhmond. WOMAN. O fairest of creation, last and best Of all...
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Omitted chapters of the history of England from the death of ..., Volume 2

Andrew Bisset - Great Britain - 1867
...discoverer of the circulation of the blood, of whom his friend Hobbes says, in his book "De Corpore," that he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his lifetime—was wont to say that man was but a great mischievous baboon,...
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Essays on Historical Truth

Andrew Bisset - Great Britain - 1871 - 468 pages
...physician; and that reminds us of the opinion of a great physician and philosopher, of whom Hobbes said ' he is the only man, perhaps, that ever lived to see his own doctrine established in his lifetime,' l which does not quite agree with that of Lord Macaulay...
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