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Page 252 - We thus learn that man is descended from a hairy quadruped, furnished with a tail and pointed ears, probably arboreal in its habits, and an inhabitant of the Old World.
Page 382 - Medical Times. A SERIES OF CHEMICAL PROBLEMS, prepared with Special Reference to the above, by TE THORPE, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry in the Yorkshire College of Science, Leeds. Adapted for the preparation of Students for the Government, Science, and Society of Arts Examinations. With a Preface by Professor ROSCOE. New Edition, with Key, iSmo. 2s. POLITICAL ECONOMY. POLITICAL ECONOMY FOR BEGINNERS. By MILLICENT G. FAWCETT. New Edition. iSmo. zr. fid. "Clear, compact, and comprehensive."— Daily...
Page 377 - On Some Disorders of the Nervous System in Childhood. Being the Lumleian Lectures delivered before the Royal College of Physicians in March 1871. By CHARLES WEST, MD Crown 8vo.
Page 262 - Text-Books of Science, Mechanical and Physical, adapted for the use of Artisans and of Students in Public and other Schools.
Page 260 - Quarterly Journal of Science. " We have no work in our own scientific literature to be compared with it, and we are glad that the translation has fallen into such good hands as those of Professor Everett. ... It will form an admirable text-book.
Page 294 - Carpenter is in one sense justified in the proposition, that we may be said to be still living in the cretaceous period. The chalk formation has been going on over some part of the North Atlantic seabed, from its first commencement to the present day, in unbroken continuity and unchanged in character.
Page 507 - The wind blows where it wills, and you hear the sound of it, but you do not know whence it comes or whither it goes; so it is with every one who is born of the Spirit.
Page 214 - The Association for the Prevention of Steam Boiler Explosions, and for effecting Economy in the Raising and Use of Steam.
Page 265 - A spot including both umbra and penumbra is a phenomenon which takes place beneath the level of the Sun's photosphere.
Page 472 - These remarks, however, were written too hastily. It was taken for granted by the writers that the results of my experiments would be in accordance with their preconceptions. "What they really desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusion. When they found that the facts which that investigation established could not be made to fit those opinions, why,—' so much the worse for the facts,' — they try to creep out of their own confident recommendations...