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" ... of the worke as they were before, for they knew not how to give those parts that they had made motion, without which it was impossible that it should speake : many bookes they read, but yet could not finde out any hope of what they sought... "
Ancient English Fictions - Page 17
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Minor Elizabethan Drama, Volume 2

Ashley Horace Thorndike - English drama - 1913
...famous hereafter to all posterities. This, after great study, hee found could be no way so well done as one ; which was to make a head of brasse, and if he...inward parts thereof there was all things like as in a natural! man's head. This being done, they were as farre from perfection of the worke as they were...
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Creative Involution

Cora Lenore Williams - Fourth dimension - 1916 - 221 pages
...not to be compared to Friar Bacon) ; these two with great study and pains so formed a head of brass that in the inward parts thereof there was all things like as in a natural man's head. This being done they were as far from perfection of the work as they were before,...
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The Open Court, Volume 28

Paul Carus - Religion - 1914
...magician (but not to be compared with Friar Bacon), these two, with great pains, so framed a head of brass that in the inward parts thereof there was all things like as in a natural man's head: this being done, they were as far from perfection of the work as they were before,...
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