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The Data of Ethics - Page 302
by Herbert Spencer - 1883 - 288 pages
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses and Reviews

John Tyndall - 1884
...himself the statements which they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the /rent zoological questions which excite so lively an interest...day." "The reader of this valuable monograph will Iny It down with a feeling of wonder at the amonnr and variety of mailer which has been got out of...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses and Reviews

John Tyndall - Science - 1884 - 589 pages
...with a feellnp of wonder at the nmoum and v:irl -fy or mutter which has heen got out of so ac-emIcgly slight and unpretending a subject."— .Saturday Review. D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers, 1, S, & 5 BOND STRIIT. NHW YORK. Scientific Publications. THE HUMAN SPECIES. By A. DE QUATREFAOES,...
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The origin of the fittest: essays on evolution

Edward Drinker Cope - Science - 1886 - 467 pages
...himself the statements which they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the great zoological questions which excite so lively an interest...and unpretending a subject." — Saturday Review. i SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS. SUICIDE : AN ESSAY IN COMPARATIVE MORAL STATISTICS. By HENRY MORSELLI, Professor...
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Microbes, ferments and moulds

Edouard-Louis Trouessart - Bacteria - 1886 - 314 pages
...himself the statements which they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the L'reat zoological questions which excite so lively an interest...got out of so seemingly slight and unpretending a subject.11 — Saturday fievtew. D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers, 1, 3, & 5 BOND STREET, NBW SUICIDE...
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Anthropoid Apes

Robert Hartmann - Apes - 1886 - 326 pages
...himself the statements which they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the great zoological questions which excite so lively an interest...and variety of matter which has been got out of so ueemir.gly slight and unpretending a subject."— Saturday Review. D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers, 1,...
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The Evolution of Man; a Popular Exposition of the Principal Points ..., Volume 2

Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haecker - Anatomy, Comparative - 1886
...find himself brought face to" face with all the great zoological questions which excite so lively au interest at the present day." "The reader of this...and variety of matter which has been got out of so seemicgly slight and unpretending u subject."— Saturday Review. I D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers,...
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Microbes, ferments and moulds

Édouard Louis Trouessart - 1886 - 314 pages
...brought face to face with all the areat zoological questions which excite so lively an interest at tha present day." "The reader of this valuable monograph...and variety of matter which has been got out of so Heem, icgly Blight and unpretending a subject." — Saturday Setiiew. D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers,...
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Weather: a popular exposition of the nature of weather changes from day to day

Ralph Abercromby - Nature - 1887 - 472 pages
...himself the statements which they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the great zoological questions which excite so lively an interest...slight and unpretending a subject."— Saturday Review. New York : D. APPLETON & CO., 1, 3, & 5 Bond Street. SUICIDE: An Essay in Comparative Moral Statistics....
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Diseases of memory

Théodule Ribot - 1887 - 209 pages
...they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the great zoological questions wbich excite so lively an interest at the present day."...amount and variety of matter which has been got out of BO seemingly slight and unpretending a subject."— Saturday Review. New York: D. APPLETOtf & CO.,...
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Weather: A Popular Exposition of the Nature of Weather Changes from Day to Day

Ralph Abercromby - Meteorology - 1887 - 472 pages
...himself the statements which they contain, will find himself brought face to face with all the great zoological questions which excite so lively an interest...monograph will lay it down with a feeling of wonder at tbe amount and variety of matter which has boen got out of so seemingly slight and unpretending a subject,"—...
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