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" ... of the facts revealed by chemistry, to illustrate the character of the Creator as seen in his works. At the commencement of the course he treated with levity and ridicule the idea that the visitations of the yellow fever might be visitations of God... "
James Woodhouse: A Pioneer in Chemistry, 1770-1809 - Page 75
by Edgar Fahs Smith - 1918 - 295 pages
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Life of Benjamin Silliman, M.D., LL.D., Late Professor of ..., Volume 1

George Park Fisher - Chemists - 1866
...of the yellow fever might be visitations of God for the sins of the people. He imputed them to the material agencies and physical causes, — forgetting...housekeeper superintended his small establishment. 1 should add respecting his lectures that they were brief. He generally occupied a fourth or a third...
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Life of Benjamin Silliman, M.D., LL.D., Late Professor of ..., Volume 1

George Park Fisher - Chemists - 1866
...of the yellow fever might be visitations of God for the sins of the people. He imputed them to the material agencies and physical causes, — forgetting...housekeeper superintended his small establishment 1 should add respecting his lectures that they were brief. He generally occupied a fourth or a third...
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Chemistry in America: chapters from the history of the science in the United ...

Edgar Fahs Smith - Chemistry - 1914 - 356 pages
...of the yellow fever might be visitations of God for the sins of the people. He imputed them to the material agencies and physical causes — forgetting...lectures that they were brief. He generally occupied a third or a fourth of the hour in recapitulating the subject of the preceding lecture, and thus he advanced...
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Chemistry in America: Chapters from the History of the Science in the United ...

Edgar Fahs Smith - Chemistry - 1914 - 356 pages
...for the sins of the people. He imputed them to the material agencies and physical causes—forgetting that physical causes may be the moral agents of the...courteous. I dined with him in his snug little bachelor's establishment,—for he had no family, and a matron housekeeper superintended his small establishment....
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