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" superficial reasoning men who judge of the great operations of the mineral kingdom from having kindled a fire and looked into the bottom of a little crucible. "
Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany - Seite 72
1799
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

1797
...earth which never can bfi feen ; and they judge of the great operations of the mineral king-» dom, from having kindled a fire, and looked into the bottom of a little crucible.' Vol. i. P. 250. \Ve are of our author's opinion, that, in a quefUon likri this, the trifling deductions...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Band 4

William Nicholson - 1801
...fentiments in one of his late publications, (Theory of the Earth, vol. I. p. 251.), where he cenfures thofe who " judge of the great operations of the mineral...Hutton, I could not help differing from him on this occafion : for, granting that thefe fubftances, when in fufion, were acted upon by a heat of ever fo...
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Proceedings of the Geologists' Association

Geologists' Association - 1891
...indifference, and rather ridiculed the views of those who were disposed, as he phrased it, to '• judge of the great operations of the mineral kingdom from having kindled a tire, and looked into the bottom of a little crucible." * The truth is, Hutton believed that the puny...
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Nature, Band 5

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872
...losing Г--< carbonic acid. This was ridiculed by bis opponents, on whom he retorted that they "judged of the great operations of the mineral kingdom from...fire and looked into the bottom of a little crucible. " Hall, however, to whom fire and crucible were congenial implements, resolved to put the question...
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Nature, Band 5

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872
...losing its carbonic acid. This was ridiculed by his opponents, on whom he retorted that they "judged of the great operations of the mineral kingdom from having kindled a tire and looked into the bottom of a little crucible." Hall, however, to whom fire and crucible were...
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Life of Sir Roderick I. Murchison: Bart. ; K.C.B., F.R.S. ; Sometime ..., Band 1

Sir Archibald Geikie - 1875
...impressions given to our minds by such experiments. He seems to have had a kind of contempt for those who "judge of the great operations of the mineral...and looked into the bottom of a little crucible." l Hall, though, from deference to his master, he generously refraineci from putting his ideas into...
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Humboldt Library of Popular Science Literature, Band 2,Ausgaben 37-48

1879
...losing its carbonic acid. This was ridiculed by his opponents, on whom he retorted that they "judged of the great operations of the mineral kingdom from...and looked into the bottom of a little crucible." Hall, however, to whom fire and crucible were congenial implements, resolved to put the question to...
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Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Band 5

Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - 1880
...expressed the idea in his reply to the strictures of Kirwan, there are some " superficial reasoning men who judge of the great operations of the mineral kingdom...looked into the bottom of a little crucible."^ But, though unconvinced, Hall, out of deference to his master's feelings, forbore to put his design into...
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Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Band 5

Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - 1880
...expressed the idea in his reply to the strictures of Kirwan, there are some " superficial reasoning men who judge of the great operations of the mineral kingdom...fire and looked into the bottom of a little crucible. "-f But, though unconvinced, Hall, out of deference to his master's feelings, forbore to put his design...
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Nature, Band 21

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1880
...and other appliances, we are reminded of the censure pronounced by Hutton on the temerity of those who "judge of the great operations of the mineral...and looked into the bottom of a little crucible." He forgets that while much may be learnt from experiment, it must always be first of all determined...
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