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" ... by the light of theory. But it ought surely to be deemed the highest problem of astronomy, to examine with the utmost diligence into that which has been often said, but not as yet in every case sufficiently established, whether theory and experience... "
Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the British Association for the ... - Page 33
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1835 - 129 lehte
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 19. köide

1835
...sufficiently established, whether theory and experience do really always agree. When the solution of his weighty problem shall have been most studiously made...remarks, less connected with our present subject, Besscl goes on to say, " to me, considering all these things together, it appears to be of the highest...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, 23. köide

1835
...reached by the light of theory. But it ought surely to be deemed the highest problem of as".ronomy, to examine with the utmost diligence into that which...suffice without some little change, or that, besides the known-disturbing bodies, there exist some causes of disturbance still obscure." And then, after some...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 19. köide

1835
...sufficiently established, whether theory and experience do really always agree. When the solution of his weighty problem shall have been most studiously made...with our present subject, Bessel goes on to say, " to me, considering all these things together, it appears to be of the highest moment ( plurimum valere)...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 19. köide

1835
...sufficiently established, whether theory and experience do really always agree. When the solution of his weighty problem shall have been most studiously made...with our present subject, Bessel goes on to say, " to me, considering all these things together, it appears to be of the highest moment (plurimum valcre)...
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Records of General Science, 1. köide

1835
...sufficiently established, whether theory and experience do really always agree. When the solution of his weighty problem shall have been most studiously made...with our present subject, Bessel goes on to say, " to me considering all these things together, it appears to be of the highest moment (plurimum valere)...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., 23. köide

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1835
...of, in all its parts, then either will the theory of Newton be perfectly and absolutely coofirmed, or else it will be known beyond all doubt that in...without some little change, or that, besides* the known-disturbing bodies, there exist some causes uf disturbance still obscure." And then, after some...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 5. number

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...between the present tables and observations are not uncommonly outside that limit. The cause is doubtful. Errors of observation to such amount they cannot be...with our present subject, Bessel goes on to say, "To me, considering all these things together, it appears to be of the highest moment (plurimum valere)...
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The Mathematical Papers of Sir William Rowan Hamilton: Volume 4, Geometry ...

William Rowan Hamilton - 2000 - 842 lehte
...between the present tables and observations are not uncommonly outside that limit. The cause is doubtful. Errors of observation to such amount they cannot be;...with our present subject, Bessel goes on to say, "To me, considering all these things together, it appears to be of the highest moment (plurimum valere)...
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