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" When, perceiving a defeat approaching, he threatened a secession of the mathematical party, he exclaimed, " The President will then be left with his train of feeble amateurs and that toy* upon the table ; the ghost of the Society in which Philosophy... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 300
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1784
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The European magazine: and London review, Volume 5

Philological Society (Great Britain) - 1784
...fail. If other" " remedies Ihould fail, we ели at Lift ftt:dt. t( Sir, when the hour of fccclfion comes, the " Prefident will be left with his train...feeble " Amateurs, and that toy * upon the table, the " gb-.'ft of that Society in which Pliilnfophy " Once reigucd and Newton prended as her " minifter."...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 57

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1783
...prefident will be left with his feeble train of amateurs, and that, toy upon the table*, the gbofl of that Society in which Philofophy once reigned, and Newton prefided as her minifter.' No reply being made. to the charges brought againft the prefident in thefe fpeeches, about eleven...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1801
...remedies should " fail, we can, at last, SECEDE. Sir, when the hour " of secession comes, the President will be left, with " his train of feeble amateurs,...the " table, the GHOST of that society, in which philo" sophy once reigned, and Newton presided as her mi"nister!" Who can produce from the pages...
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Public Characters, Volume 3

Alexander Stephens - Biography - 1801
...remedies should " fail, we can, at last, SECEDE. Sir, when the hour *' of secession comes, the President will be left, with " his train of feeble amateurs,...the " table, the GHOST of that society, in which philo" sophy once reigned, and Newton presided as her mi" nister !" Who can produce from the pages...
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The Public Characters, Volume 3

Biography - 1801
...the hour " of Iccttflion comes, the PreGdent will be left, with his . " train SIR JOSEPH BANKS. 315 " train of feeble amateurs, and that toy * upon the table, " the GHOST of that fociety, in which philofophy once " reigned, and Newton prefided as her minifter !" Who can produce...
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The New Edinburgh review

...remedies should fail, we can at least secede. Sir, when the hour of secession comes, the President will be left with his train of feeble amateurs, and that toy [pointing to the mace] upon the table, the ghost of that Society in which Philosophy once reigned,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 62, Part 2

Edmund Burke - History - 1822
..." if other remedies fail, we can at least secede. When the hour of secession conies, the president will be left with his train of feeble amateurs, and...upon the table, the ghost of that society in which philosophy once reigned, and Newton presided as her minister." The very temper of this burst shews...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

Edmund Burke - History - 1822
... " if other remedies fail, we can at least secede. When the hour of secession comes, the president will be left with his train of feeble amateurs, and...upon the table, the ghost of that society in which philosophy once reigned, and Newton presided as her minister." The very temper of this bum shews its...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

History - 1822
... " if other remedies fail, we can at least secede. When the hour of secession comes, the president will be left with his train of feeble amateurs, and...upon the table, the ghost of that society in which philosophy once reigned, and Newton presided as her minister." The very temper of this burst shews...
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History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the ..., Volume 2

Lincolnshire (England) - 1834
...terms:" If other remedies fail, we can at least secede. When the hour of secession comes, the president will be left with his train of feeble amateurs, and...upon the table, the ghost of that society in which Philosophy once reigned, and Newton presided as her minister." The very temper of this burst of eloquence...
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