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The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art - Página 112
por Joseph Dyer - 1859
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Proceedings, Volumen2

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1858
...the greatest •what we know of the smallest. It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not lo be as the ant who gathers merely, nor...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volumen69

1858
...to the greatest what we know of the smallest. It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant, who gathers merely; nor...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volumen69

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1858
...to the greatest what we know of the smallest. It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...future for that which we have obtained from the men of tho past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant,...
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Alabama Educational Journal: A Magazine of Education ..., Volumen1,Temas3-12

1858
...to the greatest what we know of the smallest. It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...belong to science, to learn for ourselves and for others—so making a fruitful return to man in the future for that which we have obtained from the...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - 1859
...to the greatest what we know of the smallest. It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant who gathers merely, nor...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

David Ames Wells, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, Charles Robert Cross - 1859
...smallest. It teaches us first by tutors and books to learn what is known to others, and then, by the lights and methods which belong to science, to learn for...have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant, who gathers, merely;...
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Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volumen18

1859
...and then by the light and method« wliich belong to science to learn for ourselves and for otliers ; so making a fruitful return to man in the future for...that which we have obtained from the men of the past. Bucon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as th.K ant who gathers...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1859
...and methods which belong to science, to learn for onrsclves and for others ; — so making a fruftful return to man in the future for that which we have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon, in his instruction, tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant, who gathers, merely ;...
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The Life and Letters of Faraday, Volumen2

Bence Jones - 1870
...know of the smallest. It teaches us first ¿-¿- .. .a¿T.66-67. by tutors and books, to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon in his instruction tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant, who gathers merely, nor...
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THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF FARADAY

DR. BENCE JONES - 1870
...1858. what we know of the smallest. It teaches us first ^66-67. by tutors and books, to learn that which is already known to others, and then by the...have obtained from the men of the past. Bacon in his instruction tells us that the scientific student ought not to be as the ant, who gathers merely, nor...
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