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" That, with nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth to build a prosperity upon, the people of Massachusetts are, per capita, the richest people in the world. "
What the white race may learn from the Indian - Page 244
by George Wharton James - 1908 - 261 pages
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Arthur's Home Magazine, Volume 48

1880
...seen no, nor met with one who had ever seen anything in the image or likeness of such a being in the heavens above, the earth beneath or the waters under the earih. He was very real to her; she lived much with him in thought, and never doubted that, by some...
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The California Teacher and Home Journal, Volumes 2-3

1884
...vinegar face and blue spectacles. He was a professional skeptic. He was skeptical concerning everything in the heavens above, the earth beneath or the waters under the earth, except the value of money. He addressed an idle crowd in front of the What Cheer House almost daily,...
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The Journal of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the National ...

National Teachers' Association (U.S.). Meeting - Education - 1885
...called upon at our University Normal School to tell about what I had seen. I said, "That, with nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth to build a prosperity upon, the people of Massachusetts are, per capita, the richest people in the...
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Right Life: Or, Candid Talks on Vital Themes

Joseph Augustus Seiss - Christianity - 1886 - 382 pages
...mechanical forces, what right is there for assuming anything, much less what has never been observed in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth ? What particle of evidence can any scientist produce to show that " spontaneous generation " is anything...
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Fly-fishing and Fly-making for Trout, Etc

John Harrington Keene - Fishing - 1887 - 113 pages
...the fact that trout will take fancy flies of any and all conceivable patterns, which are like nothing in the "heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth." I have even known trout to rise at Mr. H. Cholmondeley Pennell's three typical nondescripts, which is,...
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How to judge a picture: Familiar talks in the gallery with the uncritical ...

John Charles Van Dyke - Painting - 1888 - 168 pages
...than the making of money I cannot tell. It is unreal and untrue, resembling nothing seen by mortal eye in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth. I cannot understand how such painters as Verboeckhoven and Meyer von Bremen ever pushed their false and...
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The Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the National ..., Volume 23

National Educational Association (U.S.) - Education - 1885
...called upon at our University Normal School to tell about what I had seen. I said, "That, with nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth to build a prosperity upon, the people of Massachusetts are, per capita, the richest people in the...
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How to judge of a picture

John Charles Van Dyke - Painting - 1889 - 168 pages
...than the making of money I cannot tell. It is unreal and untrue, resembling nothing seen by mortal eye in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth. I cannot understand how such painters as Verboeckhoven and Meyer von Bremen ever pushed their false and...
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The Centennial Magazine: An Australian Monthly, Volume 3

1890
...paint in the left-hand corner of the "Sunny South " (where, probably, a tree would grow), like nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth ? It is impossible to pursue the subject further ; but while I fully recognise the value, as studies,...
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Abraham Lincoln: A History, Volume 9

John George Nicolay, John Hay - United States - 1890
...character that there is no command in the Decalogue against worshiping it, it being the likeness of nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth." The general then extended his animadversion to AtCHAP. xix. torney-General Bates, accusing him of a...
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