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Page 576 - THE MIDLAND NATURALIST. The Journal of the Associated Natural History, Philosophical, and Archaeological Societies and Field Clubs of the Midland Counties.
Page 232 - I MARVEL not, O Sun ! that unto thee In adoration man should bow the knee, And pour his prayers of mingled awe and love ; For like a God thou art, and on thy way Of glory sheddest with benignant ray, Beauty, and life, and joyance from above.
Page 840 - Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further: and here shall thy proud waves be stayed?
Page 621 - Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories — VoL IV.
Page 840 - ... happen to have been of benefit to the animals which first chanced to perform them. But now let it be observed that although there is a great difference between these two kinds of instincts if regarded psychologically, there is no difference between them if regarded...
Page 419 - THE sin of Judah is written with a pen of iron, and with the point of a diamond...
Page 823 - It is to be lamented then, very much to be lamented, that we have suffered so many of the Indian tribes already to extinguish, without our having previously collected and deposited in the records of literature, the general rudiments at least of the languages they spoke.
Page 401 - Die anthropologischen Sammlungen Deutschlands: ein Verzeichniss des in Deutschland vorhandenen anthropologischen Materials nach Beschluss der deutschen anthropologischen Gesellschaft zusammengestellt unter Leitung des Vorsitzenden der zu diesem Zwecke ernannten Commission.
Page 388 - Dawson (JW) — ACADIAN GEOLOGY. The Geologic Structure, Organic Remains, and Mineral Resources of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. By JOHN WILLIAM DAWSON, MA, LL.D., FRS, FGS, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of M'Gill College and University, Montreal, &c.