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" 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 earth ere the formation of the transition strata was completed. Our... "
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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the quarterly reviiew

JOHN MURRAY - 1836
...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...derived from ore, for the most part coeval with, or more aucient than the fuel, by the aid of which we reduce it to its metallic state, and apply it to innumerable...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen 65

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Henry Reeve, Harold Cox - 1837
...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...to innumerable uses in the economy of human life. ' Tims, 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: illustratring the perfections ..., Volumen 1

Henry Duncan - 1839
...the tools of our mechanics, and 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 implies the use of fire, and this leads us to look at some of the properties of that wonderful...
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The Decorator's assistant

...cutlery, the tools of our mechanics, and the countless machines which are constructed by the infinitively varied applications of iron, are derived from ore,...fuel, by the aid of which we reduce it to its metallic etate, and apply it to innumerable uses in the economy of human life. Thus, from the wreck of forests...
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Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons: Illustrating the Perfections of ..., Volumen 1

Henry Duncan - 1847
...the tools of our mechanics, and 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 implies the use of fire, and this leads us to look at some of the properties of that wonderful...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volumen 1

Henry Schroder - 1851
...instruments of cutlery, the tools of our mechanics, and the countless machines which are constructed by the infinitely varied applications of iron, are...the fuel, by the aid of which we reduce it to its metalic state, and apply it to innumerable uses in the economy of human life. Thus from the wreck of...
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Salad for the solitary

Frederick Saunders - 1853 - 284 páginas
...wealth. 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...innumerable uses in the economy of human life. Thus from wrecks of forests that waved upon the surface of the primeval lands, and from ferruginous mud that...
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Salad for the solitary, by an epicure [signing himself F.S.].

Frederick Saunders - 1853
...wealth. 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...innumerable uses in the economy of human life. Thus from wrecks of forests that waved upon the surface of the primeval lands, and from ferruginous mud that...
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Salad for the solitary

Frederick Saunders - 1853 - 344 páginas
...wealth. 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 fuel, by the aid of which we reduce it to its metalic state, and apply it to innumerable uses in the economy of human life. Thus from wrecks of forests...
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The young gardener's educator

William Keane (gardener.) - 1861
...of mechanics, and the countless machines which are constructed by the infinitely varied application of iron, are derived from ore for the most part coeval...or more ancient than the fuel, by the aid of which it is reduced to its metallic state, and applied to innumerable uses in the economy of human life....
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