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" ... was a subject on which he was at every period remarkably scrupulous, and not without reason, as the dreadful consequences which have followed its neglect in more than one instance clearly demonstrate. In his opinion, the reputation of no artist, however... "
A brief notice of the life, researches, and discoveries of Friedrich Wilhelm ... - Page 10
by sir John Frederick W. Herschel (1st bart.) - 1847
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1847
...In his opinion, the reputation of no artist, however distinguished, could be held to dispense with the most careful and searching scrutiny into the errors...which has only just seen, the light (see Astronomische NachricIitcn, No. 577, et seq. ), its publication having been directed in his will. The improvement...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1847
...In his opinion, the reputation of no artist, however distinguished, could be held to dispense with the most careful and searching scrutiny into the errors...which has only just seen the light (see Astronomische Nachrichtcn, No. 577, et seq.), its publication having been directed in his will. The improvement of...
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The Sidereal Messenger, Issue 2

Astronomy - 1848
...workmanship ; or, with the most refined application, both of experience and theory, into the amount and IRWS of its flexure, whether of the telescope or limb, by its own weight in different position!. In fact, no astronomer has ever gone deeper into the th<iory of instruments, or exemplified...
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