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" I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since, by the apparent motion of the great luminary that gives life to all nature, and which in my time has evidently... "
The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository - Страница 219
1792
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner - 1897
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...to all nature, and which in my time has evidently de. clined considerably towards the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course,...

Poor Richard's Almanac

Benjamin Franklin - 1900 - 132 страници
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours ; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably toward the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Том 5

David Josiah Brewer - 1900
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since, by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably towards the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: With Introduction and Notes

Benjamin Franklin - 1901 - 249 страници
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours ; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably toward the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

The world's wit and humor: an encyclopedia of the classic wit and ..., Том 1

Lionel Strachey - 1905
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since, by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably toward the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

Selections from the Writings of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1905 - 366 страници
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours ; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since, by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably towards the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Том 7

Benjamin Franklin - 1906 - 453 страници
...heavenly harmony. more than eighteen hours; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since, by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably towards the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

American Wit and Humor, Том 1

1907
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since, by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably toward the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1909 - 249 страници
...itself subsist more than eighteen hours ; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably toward the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...

The Essay in American Literature, Брой 3

Adaline May Conway - 1914 - 127 страници
...itself exist more than eighteen hours; and I think there was some foundation for that opinion, since by the apparent motion of the great luminary that...nature, and which in my time has evidently declined considerably towards the ocean at the end of our earth, it must then finish its course, be extinguished...




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