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" ... the concave taken out at the other end, which extendeth to about the middle of this erected tent, through which the visible radiations of all the objects without are intromitted, falling upon a paper, which is accommodated to receive them ; and so... "
Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy - Página 254
1825
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volumen2

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...intromitted, falling upon a paper which is accommodated to receive them ; and so he traceth them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent...to •make landscapes by it were illiberal; though surely no painter can do them so precisely, &c. &c. " Your Lordship's, &c. "H.WOTTON." * This great...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volumen2

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...intromitted, falling upon a paper which is accommodated to receive them ; and so he traceth them with his pea in their natural appearance, turning his little tent...otherwise, to make landscapes by it were illiberal ; though surely no painter i'un do them so precisely, &c. &c. " Your Lordship's, &c. "H.WOTTOK." * This great...
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Kentish Poets: A Series of Writers in English Poetry, Natives ..., Volúmenes1-2

Rowland Freeman - 1821
...intromitted, falling upon a paper, which is accommodated to receive them, and so he traceth them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent...made of it for Chorography ; for otherwise, to make landscips by it were illiberal ; though surely no painter can do them so precisely. — Now, from these...
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The flowers of literature, or, Encyclopædia of anecdote, a coll ..., Volumen1

William Oxberry - 1822
...intromitted, falling upon a paper which is accomodated to. receive them ; and so he traceth them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent...hath designed the whole aspect of the field. This J have described to your lordship, because I think there might be good use made of it for chorography...
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The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., Volumen1

William Oxberry - 1824
...intromitted, falling upon a paper which is accommodated to receive them; and so he traceth them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent...otherwise to make landscapes by it were illiberal: though surely no painter can do them so precisely." CHEQUERS. White and red, or blue and red Chequers, even...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]., Volumen13

James Silk Buckingham - 1827
...intromitted, falling upon a paper, which is accommodated to receive them, and so he traceth them with a pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent...to make landscapes by it were illiberal ; though, surely, no painter can do them so precisely.' — Reliquice Wottonianas (1685) p. 299, 300. This is,...
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The Oriental Herald, Volumen13

1827
...intromitted, falling upon a paper, which is accommodated to receive them, and so he traceth them with a pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent round by degrees, till he halh designed the whole aspect of the field. This I have described to your Lordship, because I think...
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The Irish Metropolitan Magazine. ..., Volumen2

1858
...them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little tent round by degrees till he has designed the whole aspect of the field. " This I have...lordship, because I think there might be good use of it made for chorography ; for otherwise to make landscape by it were illiberal; so surely no painter...
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History of Friedrich the Second Called Frederick the Great

Thomas Carlyle - 1858
...intromitted, falling upon a Paper, which is accommodated to receive them ; and so he traceth them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little Tent...degrees, till he hath designed the whole Aspect of the Field."17 In fact, he hath a Camera Obscura, and is exhibiting the same for the delectation of Imperial...
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History of Friedrich the Second Called Frederick the Great, Volumen1

Thomas Carlyle - 1858
...intromitted, falling upon a Paper, which is accommodated to receive them ; and so he traceth them with his pen in their natural appearance, turning his little Tent round by degrees, till he hatli designed the whole Aspect of the Field."17 In fact, he hath a Camera Obscura, and is exhibiting...
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