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" The universe at large would suffer as little in its splendour and variety by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. "
The life of Alexander Duff - Page 22
by George Smith - 1879
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The New evangelical magazine and theological review

1817
...universe at large would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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A Series of Discourses on the Christian Revelation, Viewed in Connection ...

Thomas Chalmers - Astronomy - 1817 - 275 pages
...universe at large would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leafT The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 79

English literature - 1817
...universe at large would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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A Series of Discourses on the Christian Revelation, Viewed in Connection ...

Thomas Chalmers - Astronomy - 1817 - 275 pages
...universe at large would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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A Series of Discourses on the Christian Revelation, Viewed in Connection ...

Thomas Chalmers - Astronomy - 1817 - 275 pages
...universe at large would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine, Volume 14

Congregational churches - 1818
...he inhabits? "The universe would suffer as little, in its splendor and variety, by its destruction, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf." This brings us to the astronomical objection, to which we are indebted for these elegant and...
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Discourses on the Christian Revelation Viewed in Connexion with the Modern ...

Thomas Chalmers - Astronomy - 1818 - 344 pages
...universe at large would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an ..., Volume 14

1818
...would suffer as little, in its splendor and variety, by its destruction, as the verdure and sub» lime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf." This brings us to the astronomical objection, to which we are indebted for tiiese elegant and...
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The Works of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Minister of the Tron Church ..., Volume 1

Thomas Chalmers - Presbyterian Church - 1822
...universe at large' would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of a single leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. It lies at the mercy of the slightest accident....
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The Congregational Magazine, Volume 7

Congregationalism - 1824
...The universe would suffer as little, in its splendour and variety, by the destruction of our planet, as the verdure and sublime magnitude of a forest would suffer by the fall of я .'ingle leaf. The leaf quivers on the branch which supports it. U lies at the mercy of the slightest...
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