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" But this is riot all. The drift of this declaimer will obvioufly appear from the following' quotation alone. ' Nor is the magnificence fo univerfal and apparent — the beautiful order and difpofition of the feveral parts that compofe the ftupendous whole—... "
The Antiquity and Duration of the World: By G.H. Toulmin, M.D. - Page 198
by George Hoggart Toulmin - 1780 - 200 pages
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 50

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1780
...the following psffage he goes farther, and excludes the Deity from any concern in the creation. • Is it not far eafier to conceive things to exift as...contain eternal order and regular difpofition within them* felves, than to have rccourfe to more magnificent caufe>, which, after all, muft be allowed to...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW.

SEVERAL HANDS. - 1781
...this declaimer will obvioufly appear from the following' quotation alone. ' Nor is the magnificence fo univerfal and apparent — the beautiful order and...ftrongeft confirmation of fuch a doctrine. Is it not far eaficr to conceive things to exift as they are, and to contain eternal order and regular difpofition...
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Antiquity and Duration of the World

George Hoggart Toulin - 1877
...of the several parts that compose the stupendous whole — any objection to an unbounded succession of events. So far. indeed, from being an objection, they might undoubtedly be brought as the strongest confirmation of such a doctrine. Is it not far easier to conceive things to exist as they...
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