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" Nature, such as the seven metals, &,c., which it were tedious to enumerate, we gather that the number of planets is necessarily seven. Moreover, the satellites are invisible to the naked eye, and therefore can exercise no influence over the earth, and... "
FOURTEEN EEEKS IN DESCRIPTIIV ASTRONOMY - Page 31
by J. DORMAN STEELE, PH.D. - 1874
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The Scottish Christian Herald

Church history - 1839
...ears, and ona mouth ; so in the heavens/ as in a macrocosm or great world, there are two favourable stars (Jupiter and Venus,) two unpropitious (Mars and Saturn,) two luminaries (the Sun and Moon.) und Mercury alone undecided and indifferent. From which амЛ many other phenomena of nature, such...
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Letters on Astronomy: Addressed to a Lady; in which the Elements of the ...

Denison Olmsted - 1841
...nostrils, two eyes, two ears, and one mouth. So in the heavens, as in a macrocosm, or great world, there are two favorable stars, Jupiter and Venus ;...other phenomena of Nature, such as the seven metals, &,c., which it were tedious to enumerate, we gather that the number of planets is necessarily seven....
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The Phenomena and Order of the Solar System

John Pringle Nichol - Solar system - 1842 - 183 pages
...nostrils, two eyes, two ears, and one mouth, — so in the heavens, as in a macrocosm or great world, there are two favorable stars (Jupiter and Venus),...Mercury alone undecided and indifferent. From which and many other phenomena of Nature, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate,...
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The Biblical repositor (and quarterly observer) [afterw.] The American ...

Edward Robinson - 1847
...nostrils, two eyes, two ears and one mouth — so in the heavens as in a microcosm or great world, there are two favorable stars. (Jupiter and Venus),...Mercury alone undecided and indifferent. From which and many other phenomena of Nature, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate,...
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The Biblical Repository and Classical Review, Volume 3

Theology - 1847
...nostrils, two eyes, two ears and one mouth — so in the heavens as in a microcosm or great world, there are two favorable stars. (Jupiter and Venus),...Mercury alone undecided and indifferent. From which and many other phenomena of Na,ture, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate,...
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The Biblical Repository and Classical Review, Volume 3

Theology - 1847
...in a microcosm or great world, there are two favorable stars, (Jupiter and Venus), two un propitious (Mars and Saturn), two luminaries (the Sun and Moon),...Mercury alone undecided and indifferent. From which and many other phenomena of Nature, such as the seven metals, <fcc., which it were tedious to enumerate,...
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The orbs of heaven, or, The planetary and stellar worlds

Ormsby Macknight Mitchel - 1851
...ears, and one mouth. So in the heavens, as in a macrocosm, or great world, there are two favourable stars, Jupiter and Venus ; two unpropitious, Mars...other phenomena of nature, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate, we gather that the number of planets is necessarily seven....
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The Orbs of Heaven: Or, The Planetary and Stellar Worlds

Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel - Astronomy - 1851 - 302 pages
...ears, and one mouth. So in the heavens, as in a macrocosm, or great world, there are two favourable stars, Jupiter and Venus ; two unpropitious, Mars...other phenomena of nature, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate, we gather that the number of planets is necessarily seven....
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Letters on Astronomy, in which the Elements of the Science are Familiarly ...

Denison Olmsted - Astronomy - 1855 - 427 pages
...nostrils, two eyes, two ears, and one mouth. So in the heavens, as in a macrocosm, or great world, there are two favorable stars, Jupiter and Venus ;...other phenomena of Nature, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate, we gather that the number of planets is necessarily seven....
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Astronography; or, Astronomical geography

Emma Willard - Astronomy - 1856 - 297 pages
...great world, there are two favourable stars, Jupiter and Venus ; two unpropitious, Mars and Saturn ; and Mercury, alone, undecided and indifferent. From...other phenomena of nature, such as the seven metals, &c., which it were tedious to enumerate, we gather that the number of the planets is necessarily seven....
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