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The atmosphere and atmospherical phenomena - Page 69
by Thomas Dick - 1799
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...the extremities —a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this »périment, he imagined that his taste and smell were more acute, and is certain that he felt unusually strong and chearful. ' In a second experiment, he felt pfea^ure still superior— and has since, poetically remarked,...
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Poems

Richard Polwhele - 1810
...accompanied with a peculiar thrilling in the extremities, — a sensation perfectly new and delightful. He imagined that his taste and smell were more acute,...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. He has poetically remarked, that he supposes the atmosphere of the highest of all possible heavens,...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry, on the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's: In ..., Volume 2

Andrew Ure - Chemistry - 1821 - 19 pages
...the extremities, a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this experiment, fie imagined that his taste and smell were more acute,...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. In a second experiment, he felt pleasure still superior, and has once poetically remarked, that he supposes...
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Biographical sketches in Cornwall

Richard Polwhele - 1831
...accompanied with a peculiar tbrilling in the extremities,—a sensation perfectly new and delightful. He imagined that his taste and smell were more acute,...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. He has poetically remarked, that he supposes the atmosphere of the highest of all possible heavens,...
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Biographical Sketches in Cornwall ...: In Three Volumes, Volume 3

Richard Polwhele, John Whitaker - 1831 - 180 pages
...accompanied with a peculiar thrilling in the extremities, — a sensation perfectly new and delightful. Ile imagined that his taste and smell were more acute, and is certain that he felt unusually strong anil cheerful. lie has poetically remarked, that he supposes the atmosphere of the highest of all possible...
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Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 9

Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1832
...accompanied by a peculiar thrilling in the extremities— a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this experiment, he imagined...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. In a second experiment, he felt pleasure still superior, and has since poetically remarked that he supposes...
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A POPULAR DICTIONARY OF ARTS, SCIENCES, LITERATURE, HISTORY, POLITICS AND ...

FRANCIS LIEBER, E. WIGGLEWORTH ANF T.G. BRADFORD - 1832
...accompanied by a peculiar thrilling in the extremities — a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this experiment, he imagined...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. In a second experiment, he felt pleasure still superior, and has since poetically remarked that he supposes...
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Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 9

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1832
...accompanied by a peculiar thrilling in the extremities — a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this experiment, he imagined...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. In a second experiment, he felt pleasure slill superior, and has since poetically remarked that he supposes...
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Human physiology ...

Robley Dunglison - Human physiology - 1832
...accompanied with a peculiar thrilling in the extremities; — a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this experiment, he imagined, that his taste and smell were more acute, and he felt utnisually strong and cheerful. In a second experiment, he felt still superior pleasure; and...
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The gardeners dictionary, Volume 1

Philip Miller - 1835
...accompanied with a peculiar thrilling in the extremities ; a sensation perfectly new and delightful. For many hours after this experiment, he imagined...certain that he felt unusually strong and cheerful. In a second experiment, ne felt pleasure still superior; and has once poetically remarked, that he supposes...
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