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" But the noblest prospect of this nature is suggested by a view of the crouds of names, in the divisions appropriated to the arts and sciences in the two last centuries. Here all the classes of renown, and, I may add, of merit, are full ; and a hundred... "
A Description of a New Chart of History: Containing a View of the Principal ... - Page 23
by Joseph Priestley - 1786 - 102 pages
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A description of a chart of biography: By Joseph Priestley. ...

Joseph Priestley - 1764 - 27 pages
...the columns appropriated to the arts and fcienees in the two laft centuries. Here all the соlumns of renown, and, I may add, of merit are full, and...admitted, of equal attainments in knowledge with their predeceltors. This profpeft gives us a kind of fecurity for the continued propagation and extenfion...
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The Lady's Magazine: Or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ...

Great Britain - 1829
...the divisions appropriated to the arts and sciences in the two last centuries. Here all the classes of renown, and, I may add, of merit, are full: and...might have been admitted, of equal attainments in knowlege with their predecessors. This prospect gives us a kind of security for the continual propagation...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 2

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819
...the divisions appropriated to the arts and sciences in the two last centuries. Here all the classes of renown, and, I may add, of merit, are full; and...admitted, of equal attainments in knowledge with their predecessors. This prospect gives us a kind of security for the continual propagation and extension...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 2

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819
...the divisions appropriated to the arts and sciences in the two last centuries. Here all the classes of renown, and, I may add, of merit, are full ; and...admitted, of equal attainments in knowledge with their predecessors. This prospect gives us a kind of security for the continual propagation and extension...
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