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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 33 son Charles in 1778], I am rather in a situation to demand than to administer consolation. Adieu. God bless you, and believe me, dear Sir, your affectionate friend E. Darwin. Ten..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 101 prove from some experiments, that air when it is mechanically expanded always attracts heat from the bodies in its vicinity, and therefore water when expanded should do the same..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 101 prove from some experiments, that air when it is mechanically expanded always attracts heat from the bodies in its vicinity, and therefore water when expanded should do the same..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 215 spicuous on the steins and floral leaves of *^ moss-roses, and on the young shoots and ^ leaf-stalks of nut trees. Both these are covered with thickset bristles, which termi..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"... at the juncture, that the statement given of his exclamation, page 406, on the death of Mr. ErasmusDarwin, is entirely without foundation ; and that the doctor, on that melancholy event, gave amongst his own..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 215 spicuous on the stems and floral leaves of *^ moss-roses, and on the young shoots and *^ leaf-stalks of nut trees. Both these are ^ covered with thickset bristles, which termi..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... at the juncture, that the statement given of his exclamation, page 406, on the death of Mr. ErasmusDarwin, is entirely without foundation ; and that the doctor, on that melancholy event, gave amongst his own..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... at the juncture, that the statement given of his exclamation, page 406, on the death of Mr. ErasmusDarwin, is entirely without foundation ; and that the doctor, on that melancholy event, gave amongst his own..."
Date:1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... at the juncture, that the statement given of his exclamation, page 406, on the death of Mr. ErasmusDarwin, is entirely without foundation ; and that the doctor, on that melancholy event, gave amongst his own..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 215 * spicuous on the stems and floral leaves of ^ moss-roses, and on the young shoots and *^ leaf-stalks of nut trees. Both these are covered with thickset bristles, which termi..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 97 more imperial command of words, or could elucidate with such accuracy and elegance the most complex and intricate machinery. Byron called him * a mighty master of unmeaning..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. / of her letter -consists of gossip and family news, and is not worth giving. Susannah Darwin to Erasmus. Dear Brother, I come now to y® chief design of my Letter..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 7i persons; though others Hke the book much. It abounds with inaccuracies, as both my father and other members of the family asserted at the time of its publication. For instance, she..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 169 serve to show the authors treatment of this difficult theme. The arts and migratory and social instincts of animals are referred to personal consideration and gradual experience..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 65 saved my life many years ago, and nothing could make me rob you.* Notwithstanding so much evidence of Dr. Darwins benevolence and generosity, it has been represented that he..."
Date:1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 149 connection of natural objects; he indicated that doubtful species, irregular structures, and anomalous existences found their place in the eternal order of things, as well as all..."
Date:1880
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ii ERASMUSDARWIN. 73 ** that Violetta and I begged of him to sit ^^ down, which he did, and leaned his head upon his hand .... he was exceedingly agitated, and did not speak for many minutes. His..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 17 in 1754. Various subjects were discussed between them, including the wildest speculations by Erasmus on the resemblance between the action of the human soul..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 5 It is suspected that the third line may be accounted for by his wife, the toother of Erasmus, having been a very learned lady. The eldest son of Robert, christened Robert Waring..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1880
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Text:"...ERASMUSDARWIN. 167 the lachrymal glands by cold air, as well as by pleasant and disagreeable odours. That anger and rage are universally expressed by animals taking the position of attack..."
Date:1880
Publication place:New York, USA