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Page 182 - Laplace's work) is, with few and slight exceptions, just what we could have wished to see — an exact and careful translation into very good English — exceedingly well printed, and accompanied with notes appended to each page, which leave no step in the text of moment unsupplied, and hardly any material difficulty either of conception or reasoning unelucidated.
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Page 186 - I am sure that hours, and perhaps days, of hard study, will alone enable me to discover how it plainly appears.
Page 450 - ... one truth without losing sight of another, this nice discrimination to separate truth from error, — these are qualities which place the possessor in the first rank of scientific men. In the development of the various consequences of the fundamental propositions of thermodynamics, as applied to all kinds of physical phenomena, Clausius was rivalled, perhaps surpassed, in activity and versatility by Sir William Thomson. His attention, indeed, seems to have been less directed toward the development...
Page 185 - Here, whole branches of continental discovery are unstudied, and indeed almost unknown, even by name. It is in vain to conceal the melancholy truth. We are fast dropping behind. In mathematics we have long since drawn the rein, and given over a hopeless race. In chemistry the case is not much better.
Page 478 - American islands, during the preceding two years, on heat or on light; the preference always being given to such discoveries as shall, in the opinion of the Academy, tend most to promote the good of mankind.
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