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Identifier: newimperialencyc04john

Title: The new imperial encyclopaedia, or, Dictionary of the sciences and arts : comprehending also the whole circle of miscellaneous literature ...

Year: 1800 (1800s)

Authors: Johnson, W. M

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Publisher: London : J. & J. Cundee

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

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Islands. He died in 1748.His works have been printed in four vols. 12mo. TIIONON, a town of the French empire, in the departmentof Mont Blanc, and late capital of Chahlais, in the late duchyof S.ivoy, 13 miles S. W. of Lausanne. Lon. 6. 44. E. Lat.4(5. 19. N. TIIOOSA, a sea-nvniph, the daughter of Phoicys, and motherot Polyphemus by Neptui.e. THOR, the eldest and bravest of the sor.s of Odin and Frea,was, after his parents, the greatest god of the Saxons and Daneswhile thev continued heathens. THORACK^ a term applied to an order of fishes in the Lin-nwan system ; the character of this order of fishes is, that theyhave bony gills, and ventral fins placed directly under the thoia.!^,Of this Older there are 21 gencia, viz. the Cepola, Lahrus, Echineis, Scixna, Corypha-na, Perca, Gubius, Trachychthys, Cothas, Gasterosteus, ScorpEua, Scomber, Zeus, Centrogaster, Pleuronectes, MuUus, Cha^todon, Trigla, Sparus, Loiichiurus. bcarus, TiioR.vcic THM^SHII^^C; MACMJINE Intprvrfd Thnishuui .Wuf/i

 

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Hibli^^..J hi Jttm/j iunJ^^iht.yt IhcsjX^nd^pr T H R 735 TH R Thoracic Duct. See Anatomx. TliORAX. SeeAuATOMV. TliORN, in geography, a town of l^egal Prussia, in tlie pala-tiiKUi: of Culm. Loii. 18. 43. E. Lil. 53.6. N. Thorn, a town of England, in the West Riding of Yorlvshire,31 miles S. of York, and l6i3 N. of London. Thorv, 1?i,\ck, in.botany. Sec Prunus. Thorn, White, or Hawthorn. See Crataegus. TliORNBLRY, an incorporate to«n of England, in Glou-cestershire ! 24 miles S. W. ot Gloucester. Lon. 2. Jl. W. Lat.51.35. N. THORNDIKE, Herbert, B. D. a learned English divineof the 17th century. He was educated at Trinity College, Cam-bridge, uhere lie graduated. In 1613, he was elected master ofTrinity College ; but was soon after ejected for his lovaltv. Inlo60, he obtained a prebend in Westminster Abbev. He wrote,I. Epilogns, a Latin treatise in defence of the Church of Eng-Lmd, fol. ?. A Treatise on Weights and Measures. 3. A Tracton ClRirrh-Censures. He also assisted Walton in the

  

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Identifier: ioanhenricialste234alst

Title: Ioan Henrici Alstedii Scientiarum omnium encyclopædiæ : tomus primus [-quartus] ...

Year: 1649 (1640s)

Authors: Alsted, Johann Heinrich, 1588-1638 John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL Ravaud, Marc Antoine, fl. 1650-1664, printer Huguetan, Jean-Antoine, fl. 1637-1664, printer Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner Tufts, Cotton, 1732-1815, former owner

Subjects: Science -- Encyclopedias

Publisher: Lugduni : Sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan Filij, & Marci Antonii Ravaud, viâ Mercatoriâ ad insigne Sphæræ

Contributing Library: John Adams Library at the Boston Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

  

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ncm nos rapiunt,&incitant ad cclcbrandir cius laudem. Vix nanKjuc pollibile cft,cum homo iftas- Dei virtutcs conccpit, quin ftacini onuic men-tis& rationis intentioncin Dcum vcic nofccndiiamandumq;figat Perh.vc itaq; fancliflima Dei nomina , .ab ipfo Spiritu S.piodita.fumma diuinicas celcbrari &glorificari optimepoteft.Glorificari enim & fandificari nomcn Dei mciliiis & rccliusno poteft.nili tribuatur Deo quod fuum cftrid quod per nomiiiaiplmspeiquam commodillimc fieri poceft. Sed iam videamusnomina Dei iii arbore Scphiriftica.Sunt autcm decem Sephimhhoc loco nihil aliud , quam gradus & fcalx, per quas afcendcn-dum eftaj cognitioncm & amoremDci, qucm Kabbalifta;merito vocanc tiio V». Sephiroth iftx funt hoc ordinc: ir)3 cororiA.^?? ftpiefitia.nrs imcllige/itia.mhnJ nhignifxentia.nni3j fortitndo.J~>nNSn pitlchritiiJo.nvj perpettiitas. rnv mn», n-in maiefia^. r-iiN3S a^n^» .5. iS^\ fnndame>mt?n, « ^,?. 10. ma^po regmtm, JW . Delincatio eft eiufmodi.

 

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Atqihaec funt decemnomina Scphiriftica ,qui clauis vicemfunguntur in vniuersa Kabbalapraflica. Hincenim pendencmundus, lcx, euangeliumomniaq; Deioperain regno natura?,grati.E , &gIotii. Ecideoquidam kalibalifta! non arborem,fedcurruSephitirticum appellanc, quod Deus hoc currumaieftacis& bonicacis fujevchatur in tribus , qus diximus, regnis.Q^o-tics itaq; hxc Dei nomina perpendimus , aut recitanius, totiesmaieftacem Dei admirabimur, & coram eo panebimus, eiq; ad-hcj-rcdi cupido nos incclTet, vt ita propius ftemus cora altidimo,& ab ilio impetremus bona arcerna & temporalia. Porto omniaDei nomina pendent a Tetragrammato, quod idco inter Sephi-rotb mediumobtinetlocir.tanqua fol quida. Eheieh eft arborisScphuifticx fumm apex. Scliaddai eft radix. Kcliqua uomina ad ifta tria reuocatur. Singulisautc hifcc nominibus prarfiguu-tur (inguli tituli v. g. EhcK-h appdlatur corona : quia Deus fuadona in nobiscoronat pcr hoc non>cn,facicndoncpe, vtaliquu!cxiftat Ichouaappcllat

  

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Title: Paraphrase sur les Actes des saints Apostres

Identifier: paraphrasesurles01amyr

Year: 1653 (1650s)

Authors: Amyraut, Moïse, 1596-1664

Subjects: Bible

Publisher: Saumur : J. Lesnier

  

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Ch. 17. VcïC. 47.Jfi,7 quthcerihit Duufidauenturetli tfijfii peutattouchtren tafloiinât^ trouuer:f/tfoit quilne foit peintht Kg dt^nchacun dtncm. 180 Paraphrap furlcSi^éîesdeftinées pour leur habitation. Aurcfte c*cft vne chofe tout à fait ef-trange^ combien les hommes onterré à iuger de la fin pour laquelleils ont elle ainfi produits. Les vns,qui croyent eilre nés pour euxmefmes , penfent n eilre venus aumonde quepours y procurer tou-tes fortes de contentemens* Lesautres, qui ont Tefprit vn peu plusnoblc&pîuSéficué, penfent que laNarurc leur a donné les facultésdcfquelles ils font pourveus 5 pourvacquer à la contemplatiou desdiuers Eftres de T Vniuers,& confu-menr tout leur temps à Teflude desmerucillcs de la Nature. Enfin, lesautres qui ïugent encore vn peumieux de la fin de leur création,font pVofeifiônde croire que Thom-me a jtfté formé pour contemplerles cliofes qui font dignes de fa con-noifïance , & pour faire celles qui ^ i ces Ir-tel.

 

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,^ \1J^ des SaintL j^pojlres. iSi Ch. I7I tombent fous (on adion , & quiconuiennent à rexcellence de laNature. Mais au fonds, toutcelaie termine àTacquifition des fcien-ces fpeculatiues, & à la pratiquetelle quelle de la Morale , fans fcdonner aucune peine de chercherce Dieu inconnu. Et neant-moins^ la fin naturelle de la produdion deshommes au Monde ^eft la légitimeconnoifTance de la caufe qui les ymet. Bien eft vray quils fe phtig-nent quils nont point de lumièrequi les éclaire en cette recherche,&quils sexcufenr de leur ignorantefur le défaut des enfeignemens.Mais quand le Seigneur nauroitpasaifés mis de clarté dans fes ou-vrages, pour addrefler les yeux deshommes à le trouver auec la mefmefacilité que Ton fait les chofes quifont dans vn plein iour y au moinsledcuroyent ils chercher comme m f

  

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Title: Sermon

Identifier: sermon00rosg

Year: 1623 (1620s)

Authors: Ríos, Guillermo de los, 1568-1635

Subjects: Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582 Sermons Imprint 1623

Publisher: En Mexico : En la Imprenta del Bachiller Iuan de Alcaçar, junto à la Santa Inquisicion.

  

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v v to,toda fn vida cíti llena de prcfecías,cafí den de h c«na > y falida de los panales, parece con fus muñecas,/hermitícas,que profetuaua lo que del pues auia de ha*aer en fus fundaciones, Iníignia de prop heta, y deMaeílro de la Orden era la capa blanca de Elias, y afsiSadexó i Elifeo*en fignificacio que íc coftuuía,y triauaMaeftro de la Orden,y Propheta. A Terefa le traen fatiloíepb.yia Virgen la capa bianca dos vcics.lib.i.c.20.& lib.2.cap.4.Erala capa/cnal del Rcyno,como conf»xa del hecho de Áhias Silonites . que hizo dore pieza*de vna capa,y dio las diez a¡leroboá, feñal que le dauaSainaeítiduradc los diea Tribus.Y quieá por efta razófe llama inueftidura;pof que poniendo,y virtiendo lacapa/c daua la pofiefsion del Reyuo.Veafe Alciato, l.tradicionibus.C.dc paclis»Y en los libros feudales ay mu»cha razón dcfto.7 la inueftidura fe llama pofícfsion,co>mofe dizelib.2.f*ud.tit.Quidtitinueíticura.El Torta-do diz ?,que en aquella capa de Elias eftaua

  

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Title: Thurnier Buch : von Anfang, Vrsachen, Vrsprung vnd Herkommen der Thurnier im Heyligen Römischen Reich Teutscher Nation, wie viel offentlicher Landthurnier von Keyser Heinrich dem Ersten dieses Namens an biss auff den jetztregierenden Keyser Maximilian den Andern ... vnd in welchen Stetten die alle gehalten ... Alles jetzunder von neuwem zusammen getragen, mit schönen neuwen Figuren, sonderlich auch der adelischen Wappen, auffs schönest zugericht ..

Identifier: thurnierbuchvona00ruxn

Year: 1566 (1560s)

Authors: Rüxner, Georg Feyerabend, Sigmund, 1528-1590 Amman, Jost, 1539-1591 Bocksberger, Johann Melchior, 1525 or 35-1587 Schopper, Hartmann, b. 1542

Subjects: Tournaments, Medieval Festivals Heraldry Knights and knighthood

Publisher: Getruckt zu Franckfurt am Mayn : bey Georg Raben in Verlegung Sigmund Feyrabends vnd Simon Hüters

  

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^cx frcßf; tmt) bxc\)M^ Zf^mnicx/^ci^ QPapcn t>tx ^Jctc^ftatt 2t5otm^ am^^m/ Mtim Ut fe# t)ttt> ^rcl)fT# (i>«t) t>icfcr jcit ^cr(ct(l)^^urnicr gehalten wor^ ^.■--

 

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>3cvnacf> ^olgt tcv Sßunnev^u 2BormB? am 9?C^cm ^ ^e^altcn/im /ar n(ö mau jalt nac^ Der gcburt g^r(|lt/rau^fcnt/tJicr&unOcrt/ftbcn mt> ac^l^ig lar. tö Cfc[)cn ^f^urnfer ^6en t>te !)?ifterfcOafft am Vi^cin tcmn in Den t)icr^3)2anDcn/al0 Iren ^crrcn t)nD guten SreuuDen ^ugcfd)2!cbcn/ Den felbcn^^uruicrauc(;na(f)orDnun0 tm^vcic^ beruffen t>nDt)crfiinDen (äffen/DaßK^f licbc/fo bemelDtcn ^^urnier befuc^en iDoden/ foUen aujf nec^ft (Sonntagnacf) @anct ^art^olomcuö ta^ $u *E^orm6 am ^f)cm an Der ^erberg fenn/ftc^ am S^ontavj bereiten / am Öinftag (a(Ten auftragen / bcfc^auwen DnOt&eifcn/t)nDDar<iac&auffnecbrten55Titit)oc(>t&urnicren. , ©iefcn 2:i)uvntet ^aOcn mchfoUynbc ^lufcctv ©muen/ iperren/tJUD t)om 2(DeI eigner l)erfon befud;t/DnDfcinDfelbß geritten. bJlm ÖneDiger ^err p^ilipö Pfal^graf bei; ^^ein/üii ^eri?cg in ^ejjern/ S^?ein %ftm ^mti^cr >perr iaiiDgrauc ^anßjum 2m(i)tcnbtr^, (Braue ^rafff eon ^o^cnloc/ Jo^an 5S^cmöraue/ (Braue S

  

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Title: The animal creation: a popular introduction to zoology

Identifier: animalcreationpo00jone

Year: 1865 (1860s)

Authors: Jones, Thomas Rymer, 1810-1880

Subjects: Zoology

Publisher: London : Society for Promoting Knowledge

Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

  

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531 Order VI.—Carxiyorous Quadrupeds. Carxivora.* •Altliougli the epithet carnivorous is strictly ap- plicable to many of the preceding quadrupeds', yet their diet is for the most part confined to small animals, such as worms and insects, as the general feebleness of their structure and the arrangement of their teeth alike indicate. But in the Order, upon the consideration of which we are now about to enter, the sanguinary appetite is conjoined with streno-tli necessary for its gratification. The carnivorous quad- rupeds, properly so called, are at once distinguishable by the possession of four large, lono-, and widely-se|)a- rated fangs, generally known by 1the appellation of canine or dog-teeth, the use of which is to seize and hold fast their struggling prey; between these there are six smaller teeth, in the front of each jaw, called incisors, while the cheek-teeth are either entirely constructed for cutting and tear- ing, or have their crowns more or less blunted. They are more exclusively car- nivorous in proportion as their teeth are fig. 457.-skl-ll of tiger. more completely trenchant; and such as live also upon vegetable food may be recognised by the blunt- ness of their grinders. Thus, in the Cats, the most bloodthu'sty of the race, the cheek-teeth are flat and triangular, and their edges cut like the blades of a pair of shears; whilst, on the other hand, the Bears, most of which feed largelv on vegetable sub- stances, have nearly all these teeth adapted forbruis- nif' and crushino-.

 

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Caro, cainis, flei^h : vcic, ic deioiir. 2 A 2

  

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Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_12

Year: (s)

Authors:

Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  

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Jim; IT., IIH);!. The Weekly Florists' Review* 165 To the Smaller Growers. TIk ic :U(' tliosc who •imw n ^'ciicriil -tdck ill ••oiiiu'ctidii with citiiiiit Kins and (if iK'ccssity ai(! liiiiitcil 1(1 sdiiic (h'Ljrciicce^^ of a \ariely. Jl may Ilea >idc lieiicji ha\iiij; no M'litilalor or a lieiich aloii;^side a ]iartilioii. wliich in- lcifeic~ with lioth liuld and \ciit ilal ion. If (itliei- jilants are to 1m' j^rowii in the ^ailie house, your know liiited to the t cm[ierat lire re- (|iiircil for the other crop. If lieildini; |ilants are urowii for >|iriii;,' ~alc-. coiitri\(' to jihiiit tlio>e xaiiclics of carnation^ Ica^l in demand diiiiiiL; .\|irii and May and let I hem lie carl\- liloomel-. The^e matters should have careful coii- -idciatioii liefore jilaiitiii,u' time. I'laii to place lll(i~e \aiietie> Volt intend to cllf from diiriiiLi the >iimmer w-lierc tiiey can he well \ciitilated and L^otten ai on lioth ^ide-. ( aniat ion> can he i;idwii at, a |iiiitil with other plants, lull Sir. Scott lake- ;^ood care to >npply yon with the I'-l- opiiijiiii icuardiii;; the ii-c of the -oil that had carnalioii- |ilaiite(| on ii la-t \iar lip to ( hri-lnia-. at which lime they \vcic lid/cii lip. I am iiuliiied to think. jiidL'iiiL; from the informal imi at hand, thai Mr. (l-lioiii's ad\icc w a> cm i cil. L'll- dci Kilaiii conditions ] wmild not liesi- lalc lo ii-c the soil a;;aiii tlii- year, hilt if ii wa- .illowcd to remain jn-t as it was when .lack l-'ro-t look po—c—ion. plants •Hid all. it ceilaiiily would not, he ad\ is- alilc to ii-c ii a,i;aiii. If the |ilants had '"■'II taken out and ihe soil joo-cned ii|i -'"II alter Ihcy Were fid/cn. I would not '"'-i':il'' to plant, .aiiiatioii- riiilit into the -aiiie -oil ai;aiii after lla\iiiL: inived III -(line more oh! manure and hone, ■j'herc I- 'oo milch daii;:er of -teiii rot. llioiiLih. a- it i-. Preparations for Replanting. M'l-t (i| the -chool ccminciicemciil - are "^'■1 and the .Iniie \\c(!diii--. loc. and Villi will need lull |,.\\ carnal inn-, except I'iiil^ and while, ^ on will !«• aide to 'lll'i\\ lint e\er\lilin;; c\eepl a hcllcll or '"" that ma\ -till he \ iiddiii..' fairly 'mII .llld the -(Miner \oll hci^ill the joh t Ih' '"■ii'i \(.n w ill l:( I ihidiieji ii. ^ dii will 'I'll lleeil lo lie;jin pla lit i 11'..; .Ill\ e.llliel nil

 

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Title: Anfang, Vrsprug und Herkomen des Thurniers inn Teutscher Nation : wieuil Thurnier biss vff den letztenn zu Wormbs : auch wie vnnd an welchen Orten die gehalten vñ durch was Fürsten, Grauen, Herrn, Ritter vñ vom Adel, sie iederzeit besucht worden sindt ..

Identifier: anfangvrsprugund00ruxn

Year: 1532 (1530s)

Authors: Rüxner, Georg

Subjects: Tournaments, Medieval Festivals Heraldry Knights and knighthood

Publisher: [Simmern] : Dis Büch isst gedruckt in Verlegung Hieronimi Rodlers, Fürstlichen Secretarien zu Siemern

  

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John M. Ellison was the chancellor of Virginia Union University and a VCIC Humanitarian honoree in 1968.

 

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