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" Who has touched the stars with his hands — on what pillars do they rest? i asked myself. The waters never weary, they know no other law than to flow without ceasing from morning till night and from night till morning ; but where do they stop, and who... "
The races of mankind - Página 271
por Robert Brown - 1873
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volumen47

1864
...makes them flow thus ? The clouds come and go, and burst into water over the earth : whence come they ? The diviners certainly do not give us rain, for how...why do I not see them with my own eyes when they go uj> to heaven to fetch it 1 I cannot see the wiud ; but what is it 1 Who brings it, makes it blow and...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1871 - 380 páginas
...ceasing, from morning till 1 The Bjsutos. Casalis, p. 239. night, and from night till morning ; but where do they stop? and who makes them flow thus ? The clouds...do I not see them with my own eyes when they go up tc heaven to fetch it ? I cannot see the wind, but what is it ? Who brings it, makes it blow, and roar...
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The Mystery of Matter, and Other Essays

James Allanson Picton - 1873 - 492 páginas
...other law than to flow without ceasing from morning till night, aud from night till morning; but where do they stop, and who makes them flow thus ! The clouds also come and go, aud burst in water over the earth. Whence come they — who sends them ? The diviners certaiuly do...
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The Mystery of Matter, and Other Essays

James Allanson Picton - 1873 - 492 páginas
...other law than to flow without ceasing from morning till night, and from night till morning; but where do they stop, and who makes them flow thus ? The clouds also come aud go, and burst in water over the earth. Whence come they — who sends them I The diviners certainly...
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The Unitarian Review, Volumen4

1875
...till night and from night till morning ; but where do they rest, and who makes them flow ? The clouds come and go, and burst in water over the earth ; whence come they, and who sends them ? . . . I cannot see the wind ; what is it, and who makes it blow ? ... Do I know...
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The Theological Review, Volumen12

Charles Beard - 1875
...till night and from night till morning ; but where do they rest, and who makes them flow ? The clouds come and go, and burst in water over the earth ; whence come they, and who sends them ? . . . I cannot see the wind ; what is it, and who makes it blow ? . . . Do I know...
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Ways of the Spirit, and Other Essays

Frederic Henry Hedge - 1877 - 367 páginas
...till night, and from night till morning; but where do they rest, and who makes them flow? The clouds come and go, and burst in water over the earth; whence come they, 1 See " Voyages," II. 3, 137. Quoted by Schelling, Philosophic der Mythologie, 73. and who sends them?...
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The Mystery of Matter, and Other Essays

James Allanson Picton - 1878 - 492 páginas
...other Jaw than to flow without ceasing from morning till night, and from night till morning; but where do they stop, and who makes them flow thus ? The clouds...go, and burst in water over the earth. Whence come they—who sends them! The diviners certainly do not give us rain ; for how could they do it ? and...
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Agnosticism Versus Dogmatism

F. Sydney Morris - 1884
...other law than to flow without ceasing from morning till night, and from night till morning ; but where do they stop ? and who makes them flow thus ? The...give us rain, for how could they do it ? And why do not I see them with my own eyes when they go up to heaven to fetch it? I cannot see the wind, but what...
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The Idea of God as Affected by Modern Knowledge

John Fiske - 1885 - 173 páginas
...other law than to flow without ceasing from morning till night and from night till morning ; but where do they stop, and who makes them flow thus ? The clouds...give us rain; for how could they do it ? and why do not I see them with my own eyes when they go up to heaven to fetch it ? I cannot see the wind ; but...
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