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" ... and altering his works ; but nature observes the same tenor, because her works are so perfect, that there is no place for amendments, nothing that can be reprehended. The most sagacious men in so many ages have not been able to find any flaw in these... "
Of the Principles and Duties of Natural Religion - Page 69
by John Wilkins, William Lloyd - 1722 - 389 pages
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Of the principles and duties of natural religion: 2 books, by John, bishop ...

John Wilkins (bp. of Chester.), William Lloyd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1704
...in the difcuffing of it. CHAP. CHAP. Vf. 3. Arg. Form the admirable cojitrivance of Natural things. The moft fagacious man is not able to find out any...this great volume of the world, as if any thing in if had been an imperfed effay at the firft, fuch as afterwards ftood in need of mending : But all things...
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The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the Creation: In Two Parts. Viz ...

John Ray - Creation - 1714 - 389 pages
...many Ages, have not been- able to find any Flaw in thefe Divinely contrived and formed Machines, no Blot or Error in this great Volume of the World., as if any thing had been an imperfetf Effay at the firft, to ufe the Bifliop of Chefters Words : Nothing that can be...
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Of the principles and duties of natural religion: 2 books, by John, bishop ...

John Wilkins (bp. of Chester.), William Lloyd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1734
...purpofes for which they are defigned. From all which it may be inferred, that thefe are the Productions bf fome Wife Agent. The moft fagacious Man is not able...an imperfect EfTay at the firft, fuch as afterwards flood in need of mending: But all' things continue as they were from the beginning of the Creation....
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, Volume 2

Dugald Stewart - Psychology - 1814
...so many ages have not been able to find any flaw in these divinely contrived and formed machines; no blot or error in this great volume of the world, as if any thing had been an imperfect essay at the first ; nothing that can be altered for the better; nothing but...
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, Volume 2

Dugald Stewart - Psychology - 1821
...many ages, have uot been able to find any fl.iw in these divinely contrivi d ard formed machines ; no blot or error in this great volume of the world, as if any thing Ind heen an imperfect essay al the fir«' ; nothing that can he altered for the belter; nothing hut...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the human mind

Dugald Stewart - Philosophy - 1829
...many ages have not been able to find any flaw in these divinely contrived and formed machines ; no blot or error in this great volume of the world, as if any thing Had been an imperfect essay at the first ; nothing that can be altered for the better ; nothing but...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the human mind

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...many ages have not been able to find any flaw in these divinely contrived and formed machines ; no blot or error in this great volume of the world, as if any thing had been an imperfect essay at the first ; nothing that can be altered for the better ; nothing but...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the human mind

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...many ages have not been able to find any flaw in these divinely contrived and formed machines ; no blot or error in this great volume of the world, as if any thing had been an imperfect essay at the first ; nothing that can be altered for the better ; nothing but...
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A history of the British freshwater Algæ: including descriptions ..., Volume 1

Arthur Hill Hassall - Algae - 1852
...so many Ages have not been able to find any Flaw in these Divinely contrived and formed Machines, no Blot or Error in this great Volume of the World, as if anything had been an imperfect Essay at the first (to use the Bishop of Chester's Words :) Nothing...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1854
...many ages have not been able to find any flaw in these divinely contrived and formed machines : no blot or error in this great volume of the world, as if anything had been an imperfect essay at the first ; nothing that can be altered for the better; nothing...
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