Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books
" 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
Full view - About this book

Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1856
...the poem of Shi'ri'n and Ferha'd ; or the Divine Spirit and a Human Soul Disinterestedly Pious.\ " There is a strong propensity which dances through...wilt not find a corpuscle destitute of that natural attractability; the very point of the first * History of British India. By James Mill, Esq., 1848....
Full view - About this book

The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volumes 10-11

Edward Isidore Sears - 1865
...strong propensity which dances through every atom and attracts the minutest particle to some particular object ; search this universe from its base to its...thread in this apparently tangled skein is no other Mian such a principle of attraction, and all principles besides, are void of real basis. From such...
Full view - About this book

The National Quarterly Review, Volumes 11-12

1865
...propensity which dances' thro ugh every atom and attracts the minutest particle to some particular object ; search this universe from its base to its...fire to air, from water to earth, from all below the mown to all above the celestial spheres, and thou wilt not find a corpuscle destitute of that natural...
Full view - About this book

The Worthies of Cumberland ...: John Dalton

Henry Lonsdale - 1867
...poem of " Shi'ri'n and Ferha'd," or " the Divine Spirit and a Human Soul Disinterestedly Pious." " There is a strong propensity which dances through...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...
Full view - About this book

The poetical works of Valentine Verity: ed. [or rather written] by S.W. Leonard

S W. Leonard - 1867
...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 tangled skein, is no other than...
Full view - About this book

The shade of Byron: a mock heroic poem

1871
...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 tangled skein, is no other than...
Full view - About this book

John Dalton, F.R.S.: Member of the French Institute; Hon. D. C. L. Oxon.; LL ...

Henry Lonsdale - 1874 - 320 pages
...the poem of ",Shi'ri'n and Ferha'd," or "the Divine Spirit and a Human Soul Disinterestedly Pious." " There is a strong propensity which dances through...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...
Full view - About this book

Report of the Marlborough College Natural History Society (founded April 9th ...

Marlborough College (Marlborough, England). Natural History Society - 1877
...particle to some particular object. Search this Universe from its 20 baso to its snmmit, from firo to air, from water to earth, from all below the moon, to all above the celestial spheres, and thon wilt not find a corpuscle destitute of that natnral attractibility. The very point of the first...
Full view - About this book

Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow

Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - 1881
...universe from its base to its summit, from fire to air, from " water to earth (the four elements/), from all below the moon to all "above the celestial...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...
Full view - About this book

The American Magazine, Volume 8

1888
...minutest particle to some particular object. Search this universe from its base to its summit, from flre to air, from water to earth, from all below the moon to all above the celestial spheres, and thou shalt not find one corpuscle destitute of that natural attractabllity; the very point in the first...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF