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" Saturn, perhaps, devoured his children ? Or were the appearances indeed illusion or fraud, with which the glasses have so long deceived me as well as many others to whom I have shown them... "
Descriptive Astronomy - Page 124
by George Frederick Chambers - 1867 - 816 pages
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Eclectic Magazine, and Monthly Edition of the Living Age, Volume 40

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1857 - 588 pages
...with which the glasses have so long deceived me, as well as many others, to whom I have shown them? I do not know what to say in a case so surprising, so unlooked-for, and so novel. The shortness of the time, the unexpected nature of the event, the weakness...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 40

1857 - 602 pages
...with which the glasses have so long deceived me, as well as many others, to whom I have shown them? I do not know what to say in a case so surprising, so unlooked-for, and so novel. The shortness of the time, the unexpected nature of the event, the weakness...
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Arts and Sciences: Or, Fourth Division of "The English Encyclopedia", Volume 7

Charles Knight - 1868 - 528 pages
...as many others to whom I have showed them ? Now, perhaps, is the time come to revive the well nigh withered hopes of those who, guided by more profound...do not know what to say in a case so surprising, so unlooked-for, and so novel. The shortness of the time, the unexpected nature of the event, the weakness...
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Belgravia, a London magazine, conducted by M.E. Braddon, Volume 33

Belgravia - 1877 - 696 pages
...fraud, with which the glasses have so long deceived me as well as many others to whom I have shown them ? Now, perhaps, is the time come to revive the...observations, and demonstrated the utter impossibility of the existence of those things which the telescope appears to show. I do not know what to say in a case...
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Belgravia, Volume 33

1877 - 564 pages
...fraud, with which the glasses have so long deceived me as well as many others to whom I have shown them ? Now, perhaps, is the time come to revive the...observations, and demonstrated the utter impossibility of the existence of those things which the telescope appears to show. I do not know what to say in a case...
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Volume 33

1877 - 730 pages
...fraud, with •which the glasses have so long deceived me as well as many others to whom I have shown them ? Now, perhaps, is the time come to revive the...observations, and demonstrated the utter impossibility of the existence of those things which the telescope appears to show. I do not know what to say in a case...
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Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1878 - 498 pages
...fraud, with which the glasses have so long deceived me as well as many others to whom I have shown them ? Now, perhaps, is the time come to revive the...observations, and demonstrated the utter impossibility of the existence of those things which the telescope appears to show. I do not know what to say in a case...
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Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1886 - 400 pages
...demonstrated the utter impossibility of the existence of those things which the telescope appears to show. I do not know what to say in a case so surprising,...shortness of the time, the unexpected nature of the event, 1 It will be seen from Table X. of my treatise on Saturn that the ring disappeared on December 12,...
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A Handbook of Descriptive and Practical Astronomy: The sun, planets, and comets

George Frederick Chambers - 1889 - 736 pages
...vanished or suddenly fled ? Has Saturn, perhaps, devoured his own children? Or were the appearances indeed illusion or fraud, with which the glasses have...novel. The shortness of the time, the unexpected nature • Opere di Galileo, vol. ii. p. 41 . Padua 1613, when of course Saturn would in ed., 1744. such a...
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The Story of the Heavens

Robert Stawell Ball - 1890 - 626 pages
...fraud, with which the glasses have so long deceived me, as well as many others to whom I have shown them ? Now, perhaps, is the time come to revive the...impossibility of their existence. I do not know what to »y in a case so surprising, so unlooked for, and so novel. The shortness of the time, the unexpected...
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