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" His processes were all of a finished nature. Executed by the hand of a master, they required no correction; and though many of them were performed in the very infancy of chemical philosophy, yet their accuracy and their beauty have remained amidst the... "
Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 7
by British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1840
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 52. köide

Edmund Burke - 1812
...hat can perhups hardly be said of any other person, lliaf whatever lie ha? done IIMI IM . r. perfect perfect at the moment of its production. 'His processes were all of a finished nature; executed by llio IM nl of a master, they required no correction ; and though many of them were performed in the...
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The Monthly Magazine, 29. köide

1810
...mighr be said or him, what can perhaps hardly be said of any otner person, that whatever he has dine has been perfect at the moment of its production....all of a finished nature ; executed by the hand of ц master, they required no corrección | and chough many of chum were pcrfirmcd ¡u thi very infancy...
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Peerage of England. ...

Arthur Collins - 1812
...experimental research. It might be said of him, what perhaps could hardly be said of any other person, that whatever he has done, has been perfect at the...correction; and though many of them were performed in the verv infancv of chemical philosophy, yet their accuracy and their beauty have remained unimpaired amidst...
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Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and ..., 1. köide

Arthur Collins - 1812
...experimental research. It might be said of him, what perhaps could hardly be said of any other person, that whatever he. has done, has been perfect at the...master, they required no correction; and though many ot them were performed in the very infancy of chemical philosophy, yet their accuracy and their beauty...
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Elements of Chemical Philosophy: Part 1, Vol.1, 1. köide,1. osa

Sir Humphry Davy - 1812 - 296 lehte
...of him, what, perhaps, can scarcely be said of any other person, that whatever he accomplished, was perfect at the moment of its production. His processes...the hand of a master, they required no correction; the accuracy and beauty of his earliest labours even, have remained unimpaired amidst the progress...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1812
...can perlmps hardly be said of any other person, tfcat •,i¡ леи.- r he bas done Las btfu perfect perfect at the moment -of its production. His processes were all of a tinuhed nature; executed by the hand of a master, they required no correction ; and though many of...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, 8. köide

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...experimental research. It mjght be said of him, what perhaps could hardly be said of any other person, that whatever he has done, has been perfect at the...correction ; and though many of them were performed rii\ the very infancy of chemical philosophy, yet their accuracy and beauty have remained unimpaired...
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The Monthly Review

1813
...of him, what, perhaps, can scarcely be said of any other person, that whatever he accomplished was perfect at the moment of its production. His processes...the hand of a master, they required no correction ; the accuracy and beauty of his earliest labours, even, have remained unimpaired amidst the progress...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., 8. köide

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...experimental research. It might be said of him, what perhaps could hardly be said of any other person, that whatever he has done, has been perfect at the...moment of its production. His processes were all of a fmished natore : executed by the hand of a master, they required no correction ; and though many of...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

1813
...experimental research. It might be said of him, what perhaps could hardly be said of any other person, that whatever he has done, has been perfect at the moment of its production. His processes were ail of a finished nature : executed by the hand of a master, they required no correction; and though...
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