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The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost'

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The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost' is written by Thomas Nathaniel Orchard. Many able and cultured writers have delighted to expatiate on the beauties of Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost,’ and to linger with admiration over the lofty utterances expressed in his poem.

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An Account of the Foxglove

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An Account of the Foxglove is written by William Withering. The use of the Foxglove is getting abroad, and it is better the world should derive some instruction, however imperfect, from my experience, than that the lives of men should be hazarded by its unguarded exhibition, or that a medicine of so much efficacy should be condemned and rejected as dangerous and unmanageable.

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A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine

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A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine is written by Martha M. Allen. The use of the Foxglove is getting abroad, and it is better the world should derive some instruction, however imperfect, from my experience, than that the lives of men should be hazarded by its unguarded exhibition, or that a medicine of so much efficacy should be condemned and rejected as dangerous and unmanageable.

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Aether and Gravitation

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Aether and Gravitation is written by William George Hooper. The author in this work endeavours to solve the greatest scientific problem that has puzzled scientists for the past two hundred years.

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Artificial Light

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The science of light-production may be considered to have been born in the latter part of the eighteenth century and beginning with that period a few chapters treat of the development of artificial light up to the present time.

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The Chemistry of Plant Life

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The Chemistry of Plant Life is written by Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher. This book may serve as a text or reference book for collegiate students of plant science who are seeking a proper foundation upon which to build a scientific knowledge of how plants grow.

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The Birth-Time of the World

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The Birth-Time of the World is written by John Joly. The essay on The Birth-time of the World is based on a lecture delivered before the Royal Dublin Society. The subject has attracted much attention within recent years. The age of the Earth is, indeed, of primary importance in our conception of the longevity of planetary systems. The essay deals with the evidence, derived from the investigation of purely terrestrial phenomena.

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The Elements of Botany

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The Elements of Botany is written by Asa Gray. BOTANY is the name of the science of the vegetable kingdom in general; that is, of plants. Plants may be studied as to their kinds and relationships. This study is SYSTEMATIC BOTANY.

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A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene

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A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene is written by Joseph Chrisman Hutchison. The more delicate the organ, the more completely does Nature shield it. For example: the brain, which is soft in structure, is enclosed on all sides by a complete box of bone; the eye, though it must be near.

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Sound Mind

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Sound Mind is written by John Haslam. The faculty of perceiving the objects which surround us, is an important feature in the history of mind; but by what means or contrivance this is effected, can only be known to the Supreme Being.

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