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" An inquiry into the Copernican system . . . wherein it is proved, in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion . . . with an attempt to point out the only true way whereby mankind can receive any real benefit from the study of the... "
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 52

English literature - 1790 - 692 pages
...in the cleareft manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion, and that the fun revolves round the world ; together with an attempt to point out...whereby mankind can receive any real benefit from the ftudy of the heavenly bodies. By John Cunningham. 8vo. I s. 6 d. far/out. Fine Arts. A difcourfe delivered...
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The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature, Volume 15

Curiosities and wonders - 1790 - 504 pages
...the cleartji Man* ntr, that the Earth has only her Diurnal Motion, and that the Sun rtvoI<VIS round the World; together -with an Attempt to point out the only true Way ivkereby Mankind can receive any Benefit from the Study of the Heavenly Bodies. Bjjahn Cunningham....
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The Assurance Magazine, and Journal of the Institute of Actuaries, Volume 12

Insurance - 1866 - 394 pages
...in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her dinrnal motion.... with an attempt to point ont the only true way whereby mankind can receive any...benefit from the study of the heavenly bodies. By John Cunningham. London, 1789, 8vo. The "true way" appears to be the treatment of heaven and earth...
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A Budget of Paradoxes

Augustus De Morgan, Sophia Elizabeth De Morgan - Circle-squaring - 1872 - 530 pages
.... . wherein it is proved, in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion . . . with an attempt to point out the only true way whereby...benefit from the study of the heavenly bodies. By John Cunningham. London, 1789, 8ro. The ' true way ' appears to be the treatment of heaven and earth...
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A Budget of Paradoxes

Augustus De Morgan - 1872 - 552 pages
.... . wherein it is proved, in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion . . . with an attempt to point out the only true way whereby mankind can receive any real benefit from tha study of the heavenly bodies. By John Cunningham. London, 1789, 8vo. The ' true way ' appears to...
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The Gradual Acceptance of the Copernican Theory of the Universe

Dorothy Stimson - Astronomy - 1917 - 160 pages
.... . . wherein it is proved in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion . . . with an attempt to point out the only true way whereby...mankind can receive any real benefit from the study 1White: I, 165. See the answer by Wegg-Prosser: Galileo and his Judges. 'Donat: 183. 'Walsh: Popes...
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