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" I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter carries about in his breeches-pocket, though ignorant of all other history, is likely, if he will think his knowledge out to its... "
The Academy - Página 13
1871
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 18

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1868
...significance for ourselves. I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know tho true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter...relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep-read in the records of humanity and ignorant of those of nature. The language of the chalk is...
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The Living Age, Volume 99

1868
...significance for ourselves. I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter carries about in his breeches pocket, though ignorant of all other history, is likely, if he will think his knowledge out...
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Chips and Chapters: A Book for Amateur and Young Geologists

David Page - 1869 - 303 páginas
...• CHIPS AND CHAPTEKS " I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter...relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep-read in the records of Immunity and ignorant of those of nature."— Professor Huxley's Lecture...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 108

1870
...should know the true history of the bit of chalk which any carpenter carries in his lireeches-pncket, though ignorant of all other history, is likely —...relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep read in the records of humanity and ignorant of those of nature." Mr Huxley then goes on to tell...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 108

1870
...carpenter carries in his breeches- pocket, though ignorant of all other history, is likely — if ho will think his knowledge out to its ultimate results...relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep read in the records of humanity and ignorant of those of nature." Mr. Huxley then goes on to tell...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1870 - 378 páginas
...significance for ourselves. I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter...of all other history, is likely, if he will think ^lis knowledge out to its ultimate results, to have a truer, and therefore a better, conception of...
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The New Englander, Volume 30

1871
...sentence in which he declares " I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter...relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep-read in the records of humanity, and ignorant of those of nature." The writer who does not know...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1871 - 344 páginas
...significance for ourselves. I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter carries about in his breeches-pocket, though ix.] On a $«« of Chalkignorant of all other history, is likely, if he will think his knowledge out...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1872 - 378 páginas
...significance for ourselves. I weigh my words well when I assert, that the man who should know the true history of the bit of chalk which every carpenter...have a truer, and therefore a better, conception of tnis wonderful universe, and of man's relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep-read...
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Education of man, by a member of the New Zealand bar

Education - 1873
...what were Dr. Pye Smith's feelings upon the every carpenter carries about in his breeches' pocket, though ignorant of all other history, is likely, if...relation to it, than the most learned student who is deep read in the records of humanity and ignorant of those of nature." subject. Others there are who,...
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