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" ... uninitiated, the public at large, to join them, having as one of its objects to break down those imaginary and hurtful barriers which exist between men of science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in... "
The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist - Page 390
1859
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The Popular lecturer [afterw.] Pitman's Popular lecturer (and ..., 4–6. köide

Henry Pitman
...could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as tho representative of that large public which profits...like false humility, that is, like pride, on mine ; but I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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The Peninsular and Independent Medical Journal, Devoted to ..., 2. köide

1860
...science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility, that is like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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The Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Engineering, Agricultural ..., 71. köide

1859
...and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Provideuce has placed me in this country, appear as the representative...like false humility, that is, like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 29. köide

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1860
...science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility, that is like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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The Peninsular and Independent Medical Journal, 2. köide

1859
...science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility, that is like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, 5. köide

1860
...Eo-called men of practice—I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence had placed me in this country, appear as the representative...like false humility, that is like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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Prince Albert's golden precepts: or, The opinions and maxims of ... the ...

Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1862 - 133 lehte
...science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility — that is, like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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The principal speeches and addresses of ... the prince consort [ed. by sir A ...

Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1862 - 268 lehte
...science and so-called men. of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility, that is like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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Prince Albert's Golden Precepts: Or, The Opinions and Maxims of His Royal ...

Albert (Prince Consort, consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain) - 1862 - 133 lehte
...science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility — that is, like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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Prince Albert's golden precepts: or, The opinions and maxims of ... the ...

Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1873
...science and so-called men of practice — I felt that I could, from the peculiar position in which Providence has placed me in this country, appear as...like false humility — that is, like pride, on mine. But I reflected further, and saw in my acceptance the means, of which necessarily so few are offered...
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