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" ... of a down imperceptible to the naked eye, and which, from goblets formed like so many suns, quaff nectar of the colour of gold and silver. "
The Garden that Paid the Rent - Page 84
by Garden - 1860 - 143 pages
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The Christian Philosopher, Or, The Connection of Science and Philosophy with ...

Thomas Dick - Philosophy and religion - 1826 - 397 pages
...leaves of plants, like the cattle in our meadows, and on our mountains, which repose under the shade of a down, imperceptible to the naked eye, and which,...suns, quaff nectar of the colour of gold and silver." Thus it appears, that the universe extends to infinity on either hand ; and lhat wherever matter existg,...
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St. Pierre's Studies of Nature

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre - Natural history - 1836 - 398 pages
...leaves of plants, like the cattle in our meadows, and on our mountains ; which repose under the shade of a down imperceptible to the naked eye, and which,...spectacle of which we can form no idea. The yellow anthera of flowers, suspended by fillets of white, exhibit to their eyes double rafters of gold in...
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St. Pierre's Studies of Nature

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre - Natural history - 1836 - 398 pages
...Others are found, whose feet are armed with claws, on the body of the fly, and even on that of the flea. of gold and silver. Each part of the flower must present...spectacle of which we can form no idea. The yellow anthercc of flowers, suspended by fillets of white, exhibit to their eyes double rafters of gold in...
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The Christian philosopher

Thomas Dick - 1840
...leaves of plants like the cattle in our meadows, and on our mountains, which repose under the shades of a down imperceptible to the naked eye, and which, from goblets formed like s many suns, quaff nectar of the color of gold and silver." Thus it appears, that the universe extends...
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The Youth's Book of Nature, Or The Four Seasons Illustrated: Being Familiar ...

Bourne Hall Draper - 1844
...leaves of plants, like the cattle in our meadows, and on our mountains ; which repose under the shade of a down, imperceptible to the naked eye ; and which,...colour of gold and silver. Each part of the flower, he thinks, must present to them a spectacle of which we can form no idea. The yellow antherse of flowers,...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 3

Half hours - 1847
...Others are found, whose feet are armed with claws, on the body of the fly, and even on that of the flea. nectar of the colour of gold and silver. Each part...spectacle of which we can form no idea. The yellow antiura of flowers, suspended by fillets of white, exhibit t their eyes double rafters of gold, in...
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Kidd's Own Journal, Volume 1

Arts - 1852
...im]>crccptiblc to the naked eye, and which from goblcts^formed like so many suns, quaff nectar, of the color of gold and silver. Each part of the flower must present to them a spectacle of which wo can form no idea. The yellow anthera of flowers, suspended by fillets of white, exhibit to their...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 3

Half hours - 1856
...the body of the fly, and even on that of the flea. It is credible, then, from analogy, that there aro animals feeding on the leaves of plants, like the...spectacle of which we can form no idea. The yellow ant/ierce of flowers, suspended by fillets of white, exhibit to their eyes double rafters of gold,...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 2

Half hours - 1856
...cattle in our meadows aud ou our mountains ; which repose under the shadow of a down impereeptible to the naked eye, and which, from goblets formed like...spectacle of which we can form no idea. The yellow antheree of flowers, suspended by fillets of white, exhibit to their eyes double rafters of gold, in...
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The Christian Philosopher: Or, The Connection of Science and Philosophy with ...

Thomas Dick - Philosophy and religion - 1869 - 640 pages
...leaves of plants, like the cattle in our meadows and on our mountains, which repose under the shade of a down imperceptible to the naked eye, and which,...suns, quaff nectar of the colour of gold and silver." Thus it appears that the universe extends to infinity on either hand; and that wherever matter exists,...
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