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A Treatise on Differential Equations. Supplementary Volume

George Boole - Differential equations - 1865 - 235 pages
...speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. . . . Altogether, the work may be said to have no parallel,...attraction, as a popular manual of physical science." — SATURDAY REVIEW. D 2 Lockyer.— THE SPECTROSCOPE AND ITS APPLICATIONS. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, FRS...
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The Substitution of Similars: The True Principle of Reasoning, Derived from ...

William Stanley Jevons - Analogy - 1869 - 86 pages
...speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. . . . Altogether, the work may be said to have no parallel,...attraction, as a popular manual of physical science." — SATURDAY REVIEW. Lockyer.— THE SPECTROSCOPE AND ITS APPLICATIONS. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, FRS With...
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Θεοφραστου Χαρακτηρες

Theophrastus - Character sketches - 1870 - 328 pages
...accuracy pervading the work throughout, speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. Nothing can well exceed...either, in point of fulness or attraction, as a popular mamial of physical science. .... What we fed, liowevcr, bound to say, and what we say with pleasure,...
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A Treatise on the Calculus of Finite Differences

George Boole, John Fletcher Moulton - Difference equations - 1872 - 336 pages
...speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. . . . Altogether, the work may be said to have no parallel,...attraction, as a popular manual of physical science. " — SATURDAY REVIEW. Lockyer.— THE SPECTROSCOPE AND ITS APPLICATIONS. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, FRS...
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The Spectroscope and Its Applications

Sir Norman Lockyer - Spectroscope - 1873 - 117 pages
...accuracy pervading the work throughout, speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. Nothing can well exceed...point of fulness or attraction, as a popular manual of phyical science. . . . What we feel, however, bound to say, and what we say with pleasure, is, that...
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The Romance of Astronomy

Robert Kalley Miller - Astronomy - 1873 - 146 pages
...only of scientific accuracy, but of the completeness and lateness of information." — Daily News. "Altogether the work may be said to have no parallel,...attraction, as a popular manual of physical science." — Saturday Review. Third Edition, revised throughout, with all the most recent Discoveries. Royal...
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The Sources of Standard English

Thomas Laurence Kington-Oliphant - English language - 1873 - 408 pages
...speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific dttail. . . . Altogether, the work may be said to have no parallel,...attraction, as a popular manual of physical science." — SATURDAY REVIEW. Lockyer.— THE SPECTROSCOPE AND ITS APPLICATIONS. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, FRS With...
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The Physiology of the Circulation in Plants: In the Lower Animals, and in ...

James Bell Pettigrew - Blood - 1874 - 329 pages
...accuracy pervading the work throughout, speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. Nothing can well exceed...bound to say, and what we say with pleasure, is, that among works of its class no publication can stand comparison either in literary completeness or in...
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The Elements of the Psychology of Cognition

Robert Jardine - Consciousness - 1874 - 287 pages
...accuracy pervading the work throughout, speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to every scientific detail. Nothing can well exceed...bound to say, and what we say with pleasure, is, that among works of its class no publication can stand comparison either in literary completeness or in...
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The Physiology of the Circulation in Plants: In the Lower Animals, and in ...

James Bell Pettigrew - Blood - 1874 - 329 pages
...pervading the work throughout, speak of the watchful editorial supervision which has been given to eve-,y scientific detail. Nothing can well exceed the clearness...bound to say, and what we say with pleasure, is, that among works of its class no publication can stand comparison either in literary completeness or in...
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