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Seite 221 - the recognition of an ideal Exemplar for the Vertebrated Animals proves that the Knowledge of such a being as Man must have existed before Man appeared. For the Divine mind which planned the Archetype also foreknew all its modifications. The Archetypal idea was manifested in the flesh, under divers modifications, upon this planet, long prior to the existence of those animal species that actually exemplify it.
Seite 193 - There were six little windows And they were all shut, But one little window And that was forgot. And at that little window Long Lonkin crept in. Where's the Lord of the Hall ? Says the Lonkin ; He's gone up to London.
Seite 22 - Pull-sized specimens are half an inch wide, and are composed of a series of nodules, which give them an articulated appearance. The nodules, which vary a little in size, are usually about half an inch long, and are not very symmetrically or regularly formed. Consequently the surface has generally an imperfect or worn character.
Seite 86 - ... covered with flat stones, and on the church wall above stand, side by side, these inscriptions : — " In memory of John Bewick, engraver, who died December 5, 1795, aged 35 years. His ingenuity as an artist was excelled only by his conduct as a man.
Seite 139 - Monograph of the Entomostraca of the Cretaceous Formation of England,' describes five fossil species belonging to this genus.
Seite 17 - Cochet, in a letter which I had the pleasure of receiving from him some few years since, informed me that he was under the impression that Roman leaden coffins having this ornamentation of the scallop shell, " des peignes en saillie,
Seite 19 - On watching, he says that the sand at one of the extremities was observed to be gently agitated ; and on this agitation ceasing, the track was found to have added nearly half an inch to its length. " In the course of two or three minutes the sand was again put in motion, and the track once more...