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" Obviously the eye-service which the microscope requires trains the eye to minute and discriminative observation, and the hand to delicate accuracy. It leads on, if used scientifically, to the improvement of the scientific powers. The memory, the investigation... "
The Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Engineering, Agricultural Machinery ... - Page 16
1862
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The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London, Volume 9

Microscope and microscopy - 1861
...scientifically, to the improvement of the scientific powers. The memory, the investigation of causes, the estimation of evidence, the power of distinguishing...magnifying powers, the more minutely extensive the investigations, the more beauty do we see. Even in the unhealthy secretions, in what look to the unscientific...
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Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science

Edwin Lankester and George Busck - 1861
...scientifically, to the improvement of the scientific powers. The memory, the investigation of causes, the estimation of evidence, the power of distinguishing...magnifying powers, the more minutely extensive the investigations, the more beauty do we see. Even in the unhealthy secretions, in what look to the unscientific...
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The Popular Science Review, Volume 1

William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1862
...scientifically, to the improvement of the scientific powers. The memory, the investigation of causes, the estimation of evidence, the power of distinguishing...in nature was ugly ; and surely we may say the same microscopicallj'. The higher the magnifying powers, the more_ minutely extensive the investigations,...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Volume 5

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1862
...scientifically, to the improvement of the scientific powers. The memory, the investigation of causes, the estimation of evidence, the power of distinguishing...beautiful. Constable, the landscapepainter, said that, pietorially, nothing in nature was ugly ; and surely we may say the same microscopically. The higher...
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Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, Volume 1

Microscopy - 1861
...scientifically, to the improvement of the scientific powers. The memory, the investigation of causes, the estimation of evidence, the power of distinguishing...magnifying powers, the more minutely extensive the investigations, the more beauty do we see. Even in the unhealthy secretions, in what look to the unscientific...
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Herald of Health, Volumes 9-10

1867
...scientifically, to the improvement of all the better powers of our manhood. Through the senses we are led to the awakening and culture of deeper powers inherent in the soul. And it is not merely an extending, but an ascending process, for in recognizing the various forms of...
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