Nature, Volume 36

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Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1887 - Electronic journals
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Page 269 - For this is he, of whom it is written, Behold, I send my messenger before thy face, which shall prepare thy way before thee.
Page 97 - WORSAAE (JJA)— INDUSTRIAL ARTS OF DENMARK, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE DANISH CONQUEST OF ENGLAND.
Page 261 - Frankland. — AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, A Handbook of. By PERCY FARADAY FRANKLAND, Ph.D., B.Sc., FCS, Associate of the Royal School of Mines, and Demonstrator of Practical and Agricultural Chemistry in the Normal School of Science and Royal School of Mines, South Kensington Museum. Founded upon Leitfaden fiir die Agriculture Chemiche Analyse, von Dr.
Page 173 - thoughts wander through eternity," disclaiming alliance with transience and decay; incapable of imagining to himself annihilation; existing but in the future and the past; being, not what he is, but what he has been and shall be. Whatever may be his true and final destination, there is a spirit within him at enmity with nothingness and dissolution.
Page 222 - Majesty, they would mentally include the health of the Prince and Princess of Wales and the rest of the Royal Family.
Page 217 - Therefore, no doubt, the sovereignty of man lieth hid in knowledge; wherein many things are reserved, which kings with their treasure cannot buy, nor with their force command; their spials and intelligencers can give no news of them, their seamen and discoverers cannot sail where they grow...
Page 69 - Name and College written within. The papers containing the Names of those Candidates who may not succeed will be destroyed unopened. Any Candidate is at liberty to send in his Exercise either written (but not in his own hand) or printed or lithographed.
Page 291 - We conclude, then, from the previous considerations: the subject of all the states of consciousness is a real unit-being, called Mind; which is of non-material nature, and acts and develops according to laws of its own, but is specially correlated with certain material molecules and masses forming the substance of the Brain.
Page 262 - On the Electrical Phenomena of the Excitatory Process in the Heart of the Frog and of the Tortoise, as Investigated Photographically.
Page 29 - It often happens that after being hard at work, and having arrived at results that are perfectly clear and satisfactory to myself, when I try to express them in language I feel that I must begin by putting myself upon quite another intellectual plane. I have to translate my thoughts into a language that does not run very evenly with them.

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