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" ... heat, and light, and wealth. My fire now burns with fuel, and my lamp is shining with the light of gas derived from coal, that has been buried for countless ages in the deep and dark recesses of the earth. We prepare our food, and maintain our forges... "
The birth of the universe: being a philosophical exposition of the origin ... - Página 117
de Russel P. Ambler - 1853 - 146 páginas
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Sacred philosophy of the seasons: illustratring the perfections ..., Volumen 1

Henry Duncan - 1839
...earth. We prepare our food, and maintain our forges and furnaces and the power of our steam-engines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct species, which were swept from the eartk ere the formation of the transition strata was completed. Our instruments of cutlery, the tools...
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The certainties of geology

William Sidney Gibson - 1840
...enduring beds of coal, which in these later ages have become to man the sources of light, and heat, and wealth. My fire now burns with fuel, and my lamp...formation of the transition strata was completed. And thus, from the wreck of forests that waved upon the surface of the primeval lands, and from ferruginous...
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Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons: Illustrating the Perfections of ..., Volumen 1

Henry Duncan - 1847
...earth. We prepare our food, and maintain our forges and furnaces and the power of our steam-engines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...the countless machines which we construct, by the infinitely-varied applications of iron, are derived from ore, for the most part coeval with, or Fuel...
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The Decorator's assistant

...earth. We prepare our food and maintain our forges, and the extraordinary power of our steamengines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...from the earth ere the formation of the transition of strata was completed. Our instruments of cutlery, the tools of our mechanics, and the countless...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volumen 1

Henry Schroder - 1851
...and the extraordinary power of our steam- utuityengines, with the remains of plants of ancient form and extinct species, which were swept from the earth...of our mechanics, and the countless machines which are constructed by the infinitely varied applications of iron, are derived from ore for the most part...
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Literary Gem, Volumen 1

1854
...earth. We prepare our food, and maintain our forges and furnaces, and the power of our steam-engines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...machines which we construct by the infinitely varied application of iron, are derived from ore, for the most part coeval with, or more ancient than the...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen 46

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1859
...earth. We prepare our food, and maintain our forges and furnaces, and the power of our steam-engines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...of our mechanics, and the countless machines which wo construct, by the infinitely varied applications of iron, are derived from ore, for the most part...
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The young gardener's educator

William Keane (gardener.) - 1861
...earth. We prepare our food, and maintain our forges and furnaces and the power of our steam-engines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...completed. Our instruments of cutlery, the tools of mechanics, and the countless machines which are constructed by the infinitely varied application of...
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Plants, the Earth and Minerals

Charles Baker - 1866 - 164 páginas
...earth. We prepare our food and maintain our forges and furnaces, and the power of our steam-engines, with the remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...of our mechanics, and the countless machines which are constructed by the infinitely varied applications of iron, are derived from ore, for the most part...
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Our Boys and Girls, Volúmenes 7-8

Oliver Optic - 1870
...endeavors to make those around you happy, and it will be strange if somebody is not the better for it. THE remains of plants of ancient forms and extinct...formation of the transition strata was completed, are now used to prepare our food, and maintain our forges and furnaces, and the power of our steam-engines....
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