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" For more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by nature or art ; and the flint hatchets of Amiens and Abbeville seem to me as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle.'* Mr. "
Pre-historic Times: As Illustrated by Ancient Remains, and the Manners and ... - Page 276
by Sir John Lubbock - 1865 - 512 pages
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Flint Implements in the Drift: Being an Account of Further Discoveries on ...

Sir John Evans - Flint - 1860 - 28 pages
...thoroughly competent judge in such a matter: "For more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by...as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle." — (Athaeneum, July 16, 1859.) b See Wilson's Prehistoric Annals of Scotland, p. 121. B 1. Flint flakes,...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 50

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1860
...be human productions. Professor Ramsay says : " For more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by...flint hatchets of Amiens and Abbeville seem to me to be as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle."* The opinion of Dr. Mantell, already referred...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Samuel Kneeland, John Trowbridge, Charles Robert Cross, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss - Industrial arts - 1860
...some advantages in dealing with the question. For more than twenty years, like others of my eraft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by...Art; and the flint hatchets of Amiens and Abbeville Beem to me as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle. It does not matter whether they occur...
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The Natural History Review, Volume 9

1862
...there is any difference of opinion as to the weapons themselves. " For more than twenty years," says Prof. Ramsay, " I have daily handled stones, whether..." clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle."* It will be better however to quote from the candid sceptic in Blackwood. " They bear," he admits (p....
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The Natural History Review, Volume 9

1862
...difference of opinion as to the weapons themselves. " For more than twenty years," says Prof. Eamsay, " I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by..." clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle."* It will be better however to quote from the candid sceptic in Blackwood. " They bear," he admits (p....
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The geological evidences of the antiquity of man

Evolution (Biology) - 1863
...could be a more competent judge, observes : ' For more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by...as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle.'* Mr. Evans classifies the implements under three heads, two of which, the spear heads and the oval or...
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 3

Science - 1863
...accidentally misplaced. Professor Eamsay observes, " for more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by nature or art ; and the flint stones of Amiens and Abbeville seem to me as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle." We ought...
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 3

Science - 1863
...accidentally misplaced. Professor Ramsay observes, "for more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by nature or art ; and the flint stones of Amiens and Abbeville seem to me as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle." Wo ought...
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 33

Medicine - 1864
...Australia. Of them Professor Ramsay remarks : "For more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by...as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle."* Professor Ansted thus expresses himself in a contemporary journal : "Concerning the various weapons...
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The stream of life on our globe ... as revealed by modern discoveries in ...

1864
...one could be a more competent judge, observes, " For more than twenty years, like others of my craft, I have daily handled stones, whether fashioned by...as clearly works of art as any Sheffield whittle." The conclusion therefore which was legitimately come to from all the facts, was that the flint tools...
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