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" One word will give you the key to what I am about to discourse on; that word is continuity, no new word, and used in no new sense, but perhaps applied more generally than it has hitherto been. "
Journal of Botany, British and Foreign - Page 278
1866
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 29

Architecture - 1866
...judgment, are the lessons we have learned and the probable prospects of improved natural knowledge. One word will give you the key to what I am about...that word is continuity, no new word, and used in no uew sense, but perhaps applied more generally than it has hitherto been. We shall see, unless I am...
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The Journal of Science: 1866, Volume 3

Science - 1866
...general character pervading modem discovery. One word gave the key to the discourse ; that word was continuity ; no new word, and used in no new sense, but perhaps applied more generally than it had hitherto been. The speaker proceeded to show that the development of observational, experimental,...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 3

Science - 1866
...general character pervading modern discovery. One word gave the key to the discourse ; that word was continuity ; no new word, and used in no new sense, but perhaps applied more generally than it had hitherto been. The speaker proceeded to show that the development of observational, experimental,...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, Volume 2

1866
...and the probable prospects of improved natural knowledge. One word was the key to his discourse — continuity, — no new word, and used in no new sense, but perhaps applied more generally than hitherto. He proposed to show that the development of observational, experimental, and even deductive...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1867
...judgment, are the lessons we have learned and the probable prospects of improved natural knowledge. One word will give you the key to what I am about...more generally than it has hitherto been. We shall see, unless I am much mistaken, that the development of observational, experimental, and even deductive...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 1

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - Baptists - 1867
...meeting." The significance of the demonstration may be seen by considering one or two brief extracts. " One word will give you the key to what I am about...more generally than it has hitherto been. We shall see, unless I am much mistaken, that the development of observational, erperimcntal, and even deductive...
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Address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Delivered ...

William Robert Grove - Science - 1867 - 80 pages
...judgement, are the lessons we have learned, and the probable prospects of improved natural knowledge. One word will give you the key to what I am about...more generally than it has hitherto been. We shall see, unless I am much mistaken, that the developement of observational, experimental, and even deductive...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 46

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1867
...enforcing his favourite views. ' One ' word,' he said, ' will give you the key-note to what I nm ' about to discourse on ; that word is continuity —...more generally ' than it has hitherto been. We shall see, unless I am much ' mistaken, that the development of observational, experimental, ' and even deductive...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

English periodicals - 1874
...to the British Association at Nottingham in A j>. 1866 ; its leading idea is thus enunciated : — " One word will give you the key to what I am about...more generally than it has hitherto been. "We shall see, unless I am much mistaken, tl at the development of observational, experimental, and even deductive...
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The Correlation of Physical Forces

William Robert Grove - Force - 1874 - 466 pages
...and the probable prospects of improved natural knowledge. discourse on ; that word is continuity—no new word, and used in no new sense, but perhaps applied...more generally than it has hitherto been. We shall see, unless I am much mistaken, that the development of observational, experimental, and even deductive...
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