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" Remove for a single summer night the aqueous vapour from the air which overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant capable of being destroyed by a freezing temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited... "
Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the Royal ... - Page 7
by Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1866
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 32

1863
...overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant incapable of bearing extreme cold. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself...the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the grip of frost. Many meteorological phenomena receive a feasible explanation from these investigations,...
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The British American Magazine, Volume 1

1863
...inhabitant. 'Remove for a single summer night the aqueous vapour from the air which overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant capable...destroyed by a freezing temperature. The warmth of your fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the summer sun would rlae upon...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1863
..." Remove for a single summer night the aqueous vapour from the air which overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant capable...destroyed by a freezing temperature. The warmth of your fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the summer sun would rise upon...
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The British American Magazine, Volume 1

1863 - 680 pages
...temperature. The warmth of your fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the summer sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost.' " MACMrLIAN'8 MAGAZINE. — MAY. "Physician! and Surgeons uf the last Generation." — A capital record...
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The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining ..., Volume 3

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - 1864 - 626 pages
...men. Remove for a single summer night the aqueous vapour from the air which overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant capable...constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature of the earth's surface is deepened; the dam, however, finally overflows, and we give to space all that...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1864 - 376 pages
...man. Remove for a single summer-night the aqueous vapor from the air which overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant capable...unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon a land held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapor constitutes a local dam, by which the...
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The Industrial Resources of the District of the Three Northern Rivers, the ...

William George Baron Armstrong, Isaac Lowthian Bell, John Taylor, Thomas Richardson - 1864 - 480 pages
...overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant incapable of bearing extreme cold. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself...the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the grip of frost. Many meteorological phenomena receive a feasible explanation from these investigations,...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 33

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1864 - 1108 pages
...overspreads this countiy, and you would assuredly destroy every plant incapable of bearing extreme cold. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself...the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the grip of frost. Many meteorological phenomena receive a feasible explanation from these investigations,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...man. Remove for a single summer-night the aqueous vapor from the air which overspreads this country, and you would assuredly destroy every plant capable...unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon a land held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapor constitutes a local dam, by which the...
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A treatise on meteorology: the barometer, thermometer [&c.].

Albert John T. Morris - 1866 - 116 pages
...these islands, you would assuredly destroy every plant which is not capable of bearing extreme cold. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space ; and the summer's sun would rise in the morning with scorching power, on an island fast bound with frost." Mr...
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