| Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...the smallest approach, 3 N 4 , w« 920 \fe obserre not the smallest tendency towards self support. **There is no difference in this respect, (yet there...another, between one that is finite, and one that is** indefinite. This very inuch resemblts tii • ii>!i before us. The machine, •which we are inspecting... | |
| Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...not the smallest approach, 3 N 4- we vt- observe not the smallest ten. Aeney towards self support. **There is no difference in this respect, (yet there...another, between one that is finite, and one that is** indefinite. This very much resembles the case before us. The machine, which we are inspecting demonstrates,... | |
| Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...not the smallest approach, 3 N 4 " w« 920 we observe not the smallest tendency towards self support. **There is no difference in this respect, (yet there...chain and another, between one that is finite, and one** (hut is indefinite. This very much resembles the case before us. The machine, which we are inspecting... | |
| Thomas Ridgley - Presbyterianism - 1814
...v, e make nit the smallest approach, we observe not the smallest tendency, toward* •ell-support. **There is no difference in this respect (yet there...a great difference in several respects) between a** cliain of a greater or less length, between one chain and another, between one that is finite and one... | |
| Thomas Ridgley - 1814
...increasing the number of links, from ten for instance to a hundred, from a hundred to a thousand, &c. **we make not the smallest approach, we observe not the smallest tendency, towards** •elf-support. There is no difference in this respect (yet there may be a great difference in several... | |
| Elegant extracts - 1816
...increasing the number of links, from ten for instance to a hundred, from a hundred to a thousand, &c. **we make not the smallest approach, we observe not...respects) between a chain of a greater or less length,** bet ween one chain and another, between one that is finite and one that is infinite. This very much... | |
| William Paley - Natural history - 1819 - 292 pages
...increasing the number of links, from ten for instance to a hundred, from a hundred to a thousand, Sec. **we make not the smallest approach, we observe not the smallest tendency, towards** s If sunnort. There is no difference in this respect. (yet there may be a grvat difference in several... | |
| William Paley - 1824
...increasing the number of links, from ten for instance to a hundred, from a hundred to a thousand, dec. **we make not the smallest approach, we observe not...one chain and another, between one that is finite** *nd one that is infinite. This very much resembles the case before us. The mach'ine which we are inspecting... | |
| Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1824 - 788 pages
...from a hundred to a thousand, &c. we make not M 2 the smallest approach, we observe not the »mallest **tendency, towards self-support. There is no difference...respect (yet there may be a great difference in several** respect?) between a chain of a greater or lees length, between one chain and another, between one that... | |
| William Paley - Natural history - 1824 - 394 pages
...&c. we make not the smallest approach, we observe not the smallest tendency, towards self-surport. **There is no difference in this respect (yet there...be a great difference in several respects) between** & chain of a greater or less length, between one chain and another, between one that is finite and... | |
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