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" Tis heat intense to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there inhabit must have other powers, Juices, and veins, and sense, and life, than ours. One moment's cold, like theirs, would pierce the bone, Freeze the heart's... "
The Universe: A Philosophical Poem. Intended to Restrain the Pride of Man ... - Página 18
por Henry Baker - 1760 - 48 páginas
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The Art of Poetry on a New Plan: Illustrated with a Great Variety of ...

John Newbery - 1762
...hence how large, how ftrong, the fun's bright ball ( But feen from thence, how languid and how fmail ! When the keen north with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods, and forms the fleecy fnows, 'Tis heat intenfe to what can there be known : Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who...
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The art of poetry on a new plan, illustrated with a great variety of ...

Art - 1762
...north with all its fury blows, i Congeals the floods, and forms the fleecy fnows, 'Tis neat iirtenfe to what can there be known : Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there inhabit muft have other pow'rs, Juices, and veins, and fenfe, and life than ours. One moment's...
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The Young Gentleman and Lady's Philosophy,: In a Continued Survey of the ...

Benjamin Martin - 1772
...how large, bowjlrong the Sun's hright Ball ! But feen from thence, how languid and how fmal/ ! Jfken the keen North with all its Fury blows, Congeals-...forms the fleecy Snows, 'Tis Heat intenfe to what ean there be known : Warmer our Poles than h its burning Zone. Who there inhabit mujl have other Powers,...
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The New London Magazine, Volumen2

...fnull ! When the keen North with all it's fury Mows, Conceals the flood, and forms the fleecy fnows, 'Tis heat intenfe to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is it's burning 7»nc. Wlr> tliere inhabit, mulV 1 areollicr pow'rs, Juices and veins, and feiife and...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volumen15,Parte1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...— When the keen north with all its fury blows, C'Mi'.veals the floods, and forms the fleecy fnows, 'Tis heat intenfe to what can there be known : Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there inhabit mull have other pow'rs, Juices, and veins, and feuie, and life, than ours. One moment's...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volumen9

1800
...hence how large, how ftrong the SUN'S bright biU, But feen from thente, how languid and how fmall ! When the keen north, with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods :u:d forms the fteccy fnowsi 'Tis heat intenfe, to what can there be known, Warmer our poles than is...
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The universe; a philosophical poem. With additions and notes by A. Crocker

Henry Baker - 1808
...2,050,000 79 7 48 Cheerless to all would be his darksome tour, Did not six moons illume his midnight hour. When the keen north with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods, and forms the. fleecy snows, thirty-jive thousand, tine hundred and nine miles in diameter ; — <mt thousand eight hundred millions...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volumen17

1823
...keen north with all its fury blowa, Congeals the floods, and forms the fleecy snows, 'Tis heat intense to what can there be known : Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there inhabits must have other pew'rs, Juices, and veins, and sense, and life, than ours. One moment's...
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Celestial Scenery: Or, The Wonders of the Planetary System Displayed

Thomas Dick - 1838 - 422 páginas
...the last century expatiated on the cold temperature of Saturn in such strains as the following : " When the keen north with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods, and forms the fleecy snows, T is heat intense to what can there be known*, Warmer our poles than is its burning zone. Who there...
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Celestial Scenery: Or, The Wonders of the Planetary System Displayed ...

Thomas Dick - 1838 - 422 páginas
...the last century expatiated on the cold temperature of Saturn in such strains as the following : " When the keen north with all its fury blows, Congeals the floods, and forma the fleecy snows, 'Tig heat intense to what can there be known ; Warmer our poles than is its...
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