An Essay on Creation Comprehending the Beginning, Course, and End of Time

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Page 11 - Heat and light acting upon and tempering water to a certain condition, causing the nascent state, eventually, as by magic, produced the germs which were subsequently requisite to reproduce every form of vitality; consequently establishing, in the twinkling of an eye, the whole of the great fact of First Parentage, all else being the result of time, place, and circumstance.

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