Report and Transactions - The Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, Volume 27

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Page 68 - And when I passed by thee, and saw thee polluted in thine own blood, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live : yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live.
Page 261 - Knowledge dwells In heads replete with thoughts of other men, Wisdom in minds attentive to their own.
Page 367 - An Act for the better regulating and preserving Parish and other Registers of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials in England.
Page 172 - So very narrowly did he cause the survey to be made, that there was not a single hide nor a rood of land, nor — it is shameful to relate that which he thought no shame to do — was there an ox, or a cow, or a pig passed by, and that was not set down in the accounts ; and then all these writings were brought to him.
Page 261 - While sloth seduces more, too weak to bear The insupportable fatigue of thought, And swallowing therefore without pause or choice The total grist unsifted, husks and all.
Page 9 - The Association shall have the right at its discretion of printing in extenso in its Transactions all papers read at the Annual Meeting. The Copyright of a paper read before any meeting of the Association, and the illustrations of the same which have been provided at his expense, shall remain the property of the Author; but he shall not be at liberty to print it, or allow it to be printed elsewhere, either in...
Page 223 - ... a sufficient number of places, as they shall be desired, in all parts of this our kingdom, for the use of such as do not conform to the Church of England...
Page 9 - Rules, a Financial Statement, a List of the Members, the Report of the Council, the President's Address, and such Papers, in abstract or in extenso, read at the Annual Meeting, as shall be decided by the Council.
Page 172 - ... and, that I may be brief, what property every inhabitant of all England possessed in land or in cattle, and how much money this was worth. So very...
Page 340 - Nevv-Fovnd-Land, with many reasons to prooue how worthy and beneficiall a Plantation may there be made, after a far better manner than now it is. TOGETHER WITH THE LAYING OPEN OF CERTAINE ENORMITIES and abuses committed by some that trade to that Country, and meanes laide downe for reformation thereof.

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