The Book of Nature (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 2017 - 468 páginas
Excerpt from The Book of Nature
The progress of time, and the mental activity with which it has been followed tip, have strikingly confirmed various hints and opinions which he ventured to suggest as he proceeded. And have introduced s few novel ties into one or two branches of science since the period referred to but the interval which has herein occurred has enabled the author to keep pace with the general march of the day, and to pay due attention to such doc trines or discoveries iii their respective positions ortino and place.
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