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" I remember, that when I asked our famous Harvey, in the only discourse I had with him (which was but a while before he died), what were the things that induced him to think of a circulation of the blood ? he answered me, that when he took notice that... "
The human mind, a discourse on its acquirements and history - Page 186
by Stephen Watson Fullom - 1858
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 2

Isaac Disraeli - 1834 - 450 pages
...died, what were the things which induced him to think of a circulation of the blood ? he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary way, he was invited to think that so provident a cause as nature had not placed...
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Alphabet of Natural Theology, for the Use of Beginners

James Rennie - 1834 - 136 pages
...Harvey what were the things that induced him to think of a circulation of the blood ; he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...many parts of the body were so placed that they gave a free passage to the blood towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary...
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Character of Lord Bacon: His Life and Work ...

Thomas Martin - 1835 - 392 pages
...died,) what were the things which induced him to think of a circulation of the blood? he answered me, that when he took notice, that the valves in the veins...towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary way, he was incited to think, that so provident a cause as nature had not...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 3

Isaac Disraeli - 1835 - 588 pages
...ludied , what were the things which induced him to think of u circulation of the blood? he answered me , that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...that they gave free passage to the blood towards the heurl , but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary way , he was invited to think that...
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"Curiosities of Literature: 2d series and his "Literary character".

Isaac Disraeli - 1835 - 330 pages
...died, what were the thing* which induced him to think of a circulation of the blood? he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins of so mtny pans of the body were so placed that they gave free passage to the blood towards the heart, but...
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History of the Inductive Sciences: From the Earliest to the ..., Volume 3

William Whewell - 1837 - 646 pages
...Harvey what were the things that induced him to think of a circulation of the blood, he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...many parts of the body were so placed, that they gave a free passage to the blood towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary...
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History of the Inductive Sciences: From the Earliest to the ..., Volume 3

William Whewell - 1837 - 1046 pages
...Harvey what were the things that induced him to think of a circulation of the blood, he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...many parts of the body were so placed, that they gave a free passage to the blood towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary...
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Essay on cruelty to animals

James Macaulay - 1839 - 144 pages
...died,) what were the things which induced him to think of a circulation of the blood ? he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the" blood the contrary way, he was invited to think that so provident a cause as Nature, had not placed...
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A History of the earth and animated nature v.2, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1852 - 674 pages
...died), what were the things which induced him to think of a circulation of the blood ? he answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary way, he was invited to think that so provident a cause as Nature had not placed...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart, Esq. F.R.SS.: Elements of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1854 - 454 pages
...died,) what were the things which induced him to think of a circulation of the blood ? He answered me, that when he took notice that the valves in the veins...towards the heart, but opposed the passage of the venal blood the contrary way, he was invited to think, that so provident a cause as Nature had not...
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