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" Falconer, of the Brixham Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave-evidence in favour of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. "
The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man: With Remarks on Theories ... - Seite 2
von Sir Charles Lyell - 1863 - 520 Seiten
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1859
...Brixham Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave-evidence in favour of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. * * * In the course of the last fifteen years a class of proofs have been advanced, in France, in confirmation...
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The Shipley collection of scientific papers, Band 23

1897
...investigation of the Brixham Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave evidence in favour of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme.' f Under the stimulus of the new discoveries, Dr Falconer, in the autumn of 1858, stopped at Abbeville,...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Band 4

1859
...Brixham Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave-evidence in favour of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - 1860
...Brixham Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave-evidence in favour of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 11

1860
...Brixham Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave-evidence in favour of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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Photographic News for Amateur Photographers, Bände 3-4

George Wharton Simpson, Sir William Crookes - 1860
...the Brixham cave, must have prepared people " to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave-evidence in favour of the antiquity of man, had previously been pushed to an extreme." To escape from what he now considered a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, it...
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The Mining and Statistic Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations ...

1860
...Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the cave evidence in favor of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Band 5

1860
...Cave, must, I think, have prepared you to admit that scepticism in regard to the caveevidence in favor of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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Mining Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations, Metallurgy & C

1860
...Cave, must, I think, have prepared yon to admit that scepticism in regard to_the cave evidence in favor of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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Science a Witness for the Bible

William Nelson Pendleton - 1860 - 342 Seiten
...must, I think, have prepared yon to admit that skepticism in reference to the cave-evidence in favor of the antiquity of man had previously been pushed to an extreme. To escape from what I now consider was a legitimate deduction from the facts already accumulated, we...
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