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" There is a strong propensity, which dances through every atom, and attracts the minutest particle to some peculiar object; search this universe from its base to its summit, from fire to air, from water to earth, from all below the moon, to all above the... "
Researches Concerning the Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce, Etc. of ... - Page 207
by Quintin Craufurd - 1817
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Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in ..., Volume 4

1798
...charming allegorical poem of SHI'RI'N and FERHA'D, or the Divine Spirit and a human Soul disinterestedly pious ; a work which from the first verse to the last,...attractibility ; " the very point of the first thread, in this appa" rently tangled skein, is no other than such a prin" ciple of attraction, and all principles beside...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 11

1798
...attracts the minuted particle to fome peculiar objcfl, fcarch this univerfe, from its bafe to its fummit, from fire to air, from water to earth, from all below the moon to all above the celeftial fpheres, and thou wilt not find a corpufcíe deftitute of that natural attrafiibiliry ; the...
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Analytical Review: Or History of Literature, Domestic and Foreign ..., Volume 28

1799
...attracts the minuted particle to fome peculiar objeft ; fearch this univerfe from its bafe to its fummit, from fire to air, from water to earth, from all below the moon to all above the celeflial fpheres ; and thou wilt not find a corpufcle deftitute of that natural attraftability ; the...
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Asiatic Researches; Or, Transactions of the Society, Instituted in Bengal ...

Asiatic Society of Bengal - 1807
...propensity which dances through. " every atom, and attracts the minutest particle to " some particular object. Search this universe from " its base to its..." the celestial spheres, and thou wilt not find a cor" puscle destitute of that natural attractability ; the " very point of the first thread, in this...
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Works, Volume 3

Sir William Jones - 1807
...minuteft particle *' to fome peculiar object ; fearch this univerfe " from its bafe to its fummit, from fire to air, " from water to earth, from all below the Moon " to all above the celeftial fpheres, and thou " wilt not find a corpufcle deftitute of that na" tural attractibility...
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The Works of Sir William Jones: With the Life of the Author, Volume 3

John Shore Baron Teignmouth, Sir William Jones - 1807
...minuteft particle tr to fome peculiar object ; fearch this univerfe " from its bafe to its fummit, from fire to air, " from water to earth, from all below the Moon *' to all above the celeftial fpheres, and thou " wilt not find a corpufcle deftitute of that na" tural attractibility...
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Discourses delivered before the Asiatic society: and miscellaneous papers on ...

Sir William Jones - 1824
...strong propensity which dances through every atom, and attracts the minutest particle to some particular object. Search this universe from its base to its...below the Moon to all above the celestial spheres, and ihou wilt not find a corpurcle destitute of that natural attractahility; the very point of the first...
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Discourses Delivered Before the Asiatic Society: And Miscellaneous Papers ...

Sir William Jones - 1824
...atom, and attracts the minutest particle to some particular object. Search this universe from its hase to its summit, from fire to air, from water to earth,...below the Moon to all above the Celestial spheres, and thon wilt not find a corpurcle destitute of that natural attractability ; the very point of the first...
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The Republican, Volume 13

Richard Carlile - 1826
...strong propensity which dances through every atom, and attracts the minutest particle to some particular object; search this universe from its base to its...wilt not find a corpuscle destitute of that natural attractability ; the very point of the first thread in this apparently entangled skein, is no other...
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Elements of the History of Philosophy and Science: From the Earliest ...

Thomas Morell - 1827 - 560 pages
...and attracts the minutest particle to some peculiar object; search this universe from its base to it* summit, from fire to air, from water to earth, from...wilt not find a corpuscle destitute of that natural attractability ; the very point of the first thread in this apparently tangled skein is no other than...
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