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" ... with such an act, he turned up his eyes, and with difficulty perceived, at an immeasurable height, a flight of condors soaring in circles in a particular spot. Beneath... "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Page 98
1840
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 16

American periodicals - 1840
...Herschel, ' his guide one day suddenly stopped, and, pointing high into the air, cried out, 'A Lion !' Surprised at such an exclamation, accompanied with...of what he sees ; and to discover relations where he least expected them. Now compare for one moment that man's means of virtue and happiness, who habitually...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 16

American periodicals - 1840
...height, a flight of condors soaring in circles in a particular spot. Beneath that spot, far out oí sight of himself or guide, lay the carcass of a lion,...of what he sees ; and to discover relations where he least expected them. Now compare for one moment that man's means of virtue and happiness, who habitually...
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The Literary Emporium, Volumes 3-4

American literature - 1846
...Herschel, "his guide one day suddenly stopped, and, pointing high into the air, cried out, 1A lion!' Surprised at such an exclamation, accompanied with...of what he sees ; and to discover relations where he least expected them. Now compare for one moment that man's means of virtue and happiness, who habitually...
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An outline of the necessary laws of thought, by W. Thomson

William Thomson (abp. of York.) - 1849
...himfelf or guide, lay the carcafs of a horfe, and over that carcafs ftood, as the guide well knew, a lion, whom the condors were eyeing with envy from their airy height. The fignal of the birds was to him what the fight of the lion alone would have been to the traveller, a...
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Self-education

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1851
...himself or guide, lay the carcass of a horse, and over that carcass stood (as the guide well knew) the lion whom the condors were eyeing with envy from their...the traveller, a full assurance of its existence. One great and certain good will result from the habit of observation ; the world will be taken from...
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The Scientific Basis of Homoeopathy

William Henry Holcombe - Homeopathy - 1852 - 304 pages
...stood (as the guide well knew) the lion, whom the condors were eyeing with envy from their airy hight. The signal of the birds was to him what the sight of the lion alone could have been to the traveler — a full assurance of its existence." Now the symptoms of disease are to the Homoe0pathic...
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The Scientific Basis of Homoeopathy

William Henry Holcombe - Homeopathy - 1852 - 304 pages
...stood (as the guide well knew) the lion, whom the condors were eyeing with envy from their airy hight. The signal of the birds was to him what the sight of the lion alone could have been to the traveler — a full assurance.of its existence." Now the symptoms of disease are to the Homoeopathic...
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The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology, Volume 6

1853
...himself or guide, lay the carcass of a horse, and over that carcass stood, as the guide well knew, a lion, whom the condors were eyeing with envy from...birds was to him what the sight of the lion alone would have been to the traveller, a full assurance of its existence." "The sight of the condors" (says...
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An Outline of the Necessary Laws of Thought: A Treatise on Pure and Applied ...

William Thomson - Logic - 1857 - 304 pages
...himself or guide, lay the carcass of a horse, and over that carcass stood, as the guide well knew, a lion, whom the condors were eyeing with envy from...birds was to him what the sight of the lion alone would have been to the traveller, a full assurance of its existence." * Here was an act of thought...
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Self-formation: Twelve Chapters for Young Thinkers

Edwin Paxton Hood - Self-culture - 1858 - 255 pages
...a horse, and over that carcass stood (as the guide well knew) the lion whom the condors were eying with envy, from their airy height. The signal of the...the traveller, a full assurance of its existence. One great and certain good will result from the habit of observation; the world will be taken from...
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