4 edition of Scripture natural history of quadrupeds, with reflections designed for the young found in the catalog.
Scripture natural history of quadrupeds, with reflections designed for the young
|Statement||by Henry Althans.|
|Contributions||Ulizio, B. George, donor., D.F. Robinson & Co. (Hartford, Conn.),, Hartford County Sabbath School Union.|
|LC Classifications||BS663 .A54 1829|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||2008570786|
INTRODUCTION 1. CHAPTER I ALLEGORICAL AND ANAGOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS OF NATURE. Impulse given to the study of natural history by Alexander the Great—Scientific spirit fostered by Aristotle—Lack of this spirit among the Romans—Alexandria as a centre of learning under the Ptolemies—The Christian theory of the relation of the Book of Revelation to the Book of Nature—The . 1. The ancient prophets had clearly predicted that the Messianic period should be attended by a remarkable effusion of the Holy Spirit. Our Lord, before His crucifixion, promised to send the Holy Ghost (John , etc.), and after His resurrection He said, "These signs shall follow them that believe," etc. (Mark 17, 18; ).
ELEMENTS OF NATURAL HISTORY, For the Use of Schools and Young Persons: comprising the Principles of Classification, interspersed with amusing and instructive original Accounts of the most remarkable Animals. By Mrs. R. Lee (formerly Mrs. T. E. Bowdich), author of “Taxidermy,” “Memoirs of Cuvier,” etc. 12mo. with 55 Woodcuts, 7s. 6d. To gratify the curiosity of some of the friends of the Magazine, it may be proper to mention, that the political essay under the title of United States, in No. 1,the origical papers, entitled Letter on Orthography, in No. 2 ; The First Day of April, in No. 10 ; and A New Chapter in Natural History, in No. 12, together with most of the Literary.
I share the belief that the natural direction of the intellectual powers is from within outward, and that just in proportion to the activity of thoughts on the study of outward objects, as architecture, or farming, or natural history, ships, animals, chemistry,—in that proportion the faculties of the mind had a Page 13 healthy growth; but a. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible. Speak unto the children of Israel - It is important to observe that these first instructions Leviticus , and to perform other strictly prescribed duties Leviticus note), which belonged to the religious education of the nation. Offering - Hebrew: קרבן qorbân - the general name for what was formally given up to the service of God.
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By Henry Althans. Scripture Natural History of Quadrupeds with Reflections Designed for the Young. Published by D.F. Robinson with reflections designed for the young book Co, Condition: Good Minus - Flat and complete.
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There were also two woodcuts of plants—the first botanical woodcuts in a printed book. "The work has 8 chapters" * the nature of man" * sky, 7 planets, astronomy and meteorology" * zoology. A Popular Natural History (English) (as Contributor) The Living Animals of the World, Volume 2 (of 2) A Popular Natural History (English) (as Contributor) African Colonisation Society.
See: American Colonization Society. Afton, Effie, Eventide A Series of Tales and Poems (English) (as Author) Agassis, F. As we’ve seen, American science before the Civil With reflections designed for the young book was strongly influenced by Francis Bacon’s emphasis on the equal importance of both divine “books”—the book of Scripture alongside the book of nature—and heavily dependent on ideas and information coming from.
PREFATORY NOTE. The first two pieces in this volume are lectures from the “University Courses” on philosophy, given at Harvard College in andby persons not members of the Faculty. “The Natural History of the Intellect” was the subject which Emerson chose.
He had, from his early youth, cherished the project of a new method in metaphysics, proceeding by observation of the. Young folk's natural history: with numerous illustrative anecdotes / (New York: John W.
Lovell Company, c), by T. Bilby, Argyle Press. prt bnd, and John W. Lovell Company. pbl (page images at HathiTrust) In the temperate regions, or, Nature and natural history in the temperate zones: with anecdotes and stories of adventure and travel.
The Natural History of Animals which Suckle their Young; in Word and Picture. Translated and Edited with Additions by G. Chisholm, F. 2 vols. in 1, folio, + pp., full buckram, printed on fine English paper, fine impressions of the splendid life drawings of the Artist Specht.
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The Philosophical History and Memoirs of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris: or, An Abridgment of All the Papers Relating to Natural Philosophy, Which Have Been Publish'd by the Members of That Illustrious Society from the Year to ; With Many Curious Observations Relating to the Natural History and Anatomy of Animals, &c.
In a letter famous in the history of occupational medicine, but little-known in the history of printing, Benjamin Franklin wrote to British physician and political radical Benjamin Vaughan on J of his early experiences of symptoms of lead palsy as an apprentice compositor in London at the printing house of Samuel Palmer in This letter is one of the earliest accounts of the.
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Scripture Natural History of Birds, Insects, etc. with reflections designed for the young. Volume 2: London: Bibles, Hymns and other religious works: Aspland, Robert: A New Book of Natural History of Various British Birds: No date, but c.
Chelmsford: Natural science: Reformed Beliefs K. 1 A New and Complete Universal History of the Holy Bible, from the Creation of the World, to the Full Establishment of Christianity by Our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and His Holy Evangelists, Apostles, Disciples, Etc.
Containing a clear and Comprehensive Account of every Remarkable Transaction recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, during a period of upwards of Four.
RECORD: Paley, W. Natural Theology: or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity. 12th edition London: Printed for J. Faulder. REVISION HISTORY: Digitized by and reproduced with the permission of the University of Michigan Digital Library Production Service.
Reformatted by John van Wyhe RN1. NOTE: Darwin, while a student at Cambridge, greatly admired Paley's work. Moreover, Essays does hint at a progressive view of human nature with the suggestion that the moral sense refines and improves over time (p.
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By - March 5, Updated - May 2, The book provided a natural history of the earth based on a combination of natural observations and the Biblical account.
Scheuchzer was a widely traveled scholar who had collected fossils from all over the world. or at least.The Histoire Naturelle was meant to address the whole of natural history, but actually covers only minerals, birds, and the quadrupeds among animals.
It is accompanied by some discourses and a theory of the earth by way of introduction, and by supplements including an elegantly written account of the epochs of nature.LANCASHIRE, my Native Soil, hath its Denomi∣nation from Lancaster, the County Town, an An∣cient Corporation, in which there are many and spacious Buildings: It is Situated upon the River Lune, of which I shall have occasion to treat hereafter.
This Country was formerly Inhabited by the Brigantes, who settled behind the Mountains, towards the Western Ocean: From what Country these Men came.