Varenius

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1905, 1905 - Geographers - 218 pages
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Page 194 - Humboldt, Kritische Untersuchungen über die historische Entwicklung der geographischen Kenntnisse von der Neuen Welt...
Page 155 - ... became a fellow. He took the two degrees in arts, AB 1705, AM 1709. On the 2nd November, 1709, he was entered on the physic line at Leyden, and on the 23rd January following was appointed master of the grammar school of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. During the period he was master there he published Burnhardi Varenii Geographia Generalis, in qua affectiones generales Telluris explicantur. Adjecta est Appendix, praecipua recentiorum inventa ad geographiam spectantia continens. Cantab. 1712. Dedicated to...
Page 205 - Seneca adds (6, 21) : Nobis quoque placet hunc spiritum esse qui possit tanta conari, quo nihil est in rerum natura potentius, nihil acrius, sine quo nec illa quidem quae vehementissima sunt valent.
Page 155 - Aere incisis, una cum Tabb. aliquot quae desiderabantur Aucta et Illustrata. Ab Isaaco Newton, Math. Prof. Lucasiano apud Cantabrigienses. Editio Secunda, auctior et emendation Cantabrigiac : Ex officina Joann.
Page 207 - Anfang seiner Kunst gemacht, wurde mir doch die Stadt Leutschau mehr als diese gelobt. Darum ich auch mit andern beschlossen, vor dem Herbst mich dahin zu begeben, zuvor aber um Johannis das Carpathische Gebirge zu besehen.
Page 151 - Christiana; religionis introductione in ea loca, de ejusdem exstirpatione; adjuncta est de diversa diversarum gentium totius telluris religione brevis informatio, auctore Bernhardo Varenio [title ofv.
Page 129 - Item geographiee particularis libri quatuor, quibus Europa in genere, speciatim Hispania, Gallia, Italia describuntur, cum tabulis geographicis,
Page 166 - V.) verrücke, vor Gericht laden, weil nämlich der Mann, um die Himmelserscheinungen richtig zu stellen, den Himmel stillstehen, die Erde dagegen sich in einem schiefen Kreis fortwälzen und zugleidi um ihre Achse drehen ließ.
Page 155 - XXXIII schematibus novis, Aere incisis, una cum Tabb. aliquot quae desiderabantur Aucta et Illustrata. Ab Isaaco Newton, Math. Prof. Lucasiano apud Cantabrigienses.
Page 160 - Definition,8) dicitur scientia Mathematica mixta, quae Telluris partiumque illius affectiones a quantitate dependentes, nempe figuram, locum, magnitudinem, coelestes apparentias atque alias proprietates affines docet.

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