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" ... observe the appearance of the heavens. The stars shone with a lustre that far exceeded the brightness which they exhibit when seen from the usual level ; and had so little tremor in their light, as to leave no doubt on my mind that, if viewed from... "
Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics ... - Página 100
1817
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen 59

Edmund Burke - 1819
...leave no doubt on my mind that, if viewed from the summit of the mountain, they would have appeared as fixed points. How improved in those altitudes would...gives to vision ; indeed, the clearness of the air was 505 such as led me to think that Jupiter's satellites might be distinguished by the naked eye; and...
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The Annals of Philosophy, Volumen 9

1817
...leave no doubt on my mind that, if viewed from the summit of the mountain, they would have appeared as fixed points. How improved in those altitudes would...had he not been in the neighbourhood of the moon, 1 might possibly have succeeded. He continued distinctly visible for several hours after the sun was...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volumen 1

1817
...leave no doubt on my mind, that if viewed from the summit of the mountain, they would have appeared as fixed points. How improved in those altitudes would...the air was such, as led me to think that Jupiter's satellite» might be distinguished by the naked eye ; and had he not been in the neighbourhood of the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 1

1817
...leave no doubt on my mind, thai if viewed from the summit of the mountain, they would have appeared as fixed points. How improved in those altitudes would be the aids which the telescope gives to vision I — indeed the clearness of the air was such, as led me to think that Jupiter's satellites might...
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Annual Register, Volumen 59

Edmund Burke - 1818
...leave no doubt on my mind that, if viewed from the summit of the mountain, they would have appeared as fixed points How improved in those altitudes would...gives to vision ; indeed, the clearness of the air wd« such such as led me to think that Jupiter's satellites might be distinguished by the naked eye;...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volumen 59

Edmund Burke - 1818
...doubt on my mind that, if viewed from the summit of the mountain» they would have appeared as fixai points. How improved in those altitudes would be the aids which the telescope gives to vision j indeed, the clearness of the air ww 505 such as led me to think that Jupiter's satellites might be...
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Encyclopedia of Natural and Artificial Wonders and Curiosities ..., Volumen 11

John Platts - 1876 - 952 páginas
...leave no doubt on mv mind, that, if viewed from the summit of the mountain, thev would have appeared as fixed points. How improved in those altitudes would...for sever-al hours after the sun was risen, and did not wholly disappear till almost eight. " At the time I rose, my thermometer, which was on Fahrenheit's...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 1

1817
...if viewed from the summit of the mountain, they would have appeared as fixed points. How improvi-d in those altitudes would be the aids which the telescope gives to vision J— indeed the clearness of the air was such, as led me to think that Jupiter's satellites might be...
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