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" Consider their incredible numbers, their universal distribution, their insatiable voracity; and that it is the particles of decaying vegetable and animal bodies which they are appointed to devour and assimilate. Surely we must in some degree be indebted... "
The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications - Page 176
by Jabez Hogg - 1856 - 457 pages
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 85

1859
...distribution, their insatiable voracity ; and tliat it is the particles of decaying vegetable and aninml bodies which they are appointed to devour and assimilate....must in some degree be indebted to these ever-active scavengers for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all : they perform a still more important...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 35

Science - 1843
...important offices of the economy of nature, on which our own wellbeing more or less immediately depends. Consider their incredible numbers, their universal...assimilate. Surely we must in some degree be indebted to those over active invisible scavengers for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Xor is this all : they...
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Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the ..., Volume 1

Richard Owen - Anatomy, Comparative - 1843 - 392 pages
...important offices of the economy of nature, on which our own well-being more or less immediately depends. Consider their incredible numbers, their universal...assimilate. Surely we must in some degree be indebted to those ever active invisible scavengers for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all: they perform...
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Southern Quarterly Review, Volume 8

Daniel Kimball Whitaker, Milton Clapp, William Gilmore Simms, James Henley Thornwell - 1845
...important offices of the economy of nature, on which our own well-being, more or lees, immediately depends. "Consider their incredible numbers, their universal...assimilate. "Surely we must, in some degree, be indebted to those ever active, invisible scavengers, for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all, they...
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Sketches of Geology

Caroline Frances Cornwallis - Geology, Stratigraphic - 1848 - 118 pages
...DEFINITIONS. Let me be allowed to quote Professor Owen, as to their use in creation. " Consider," he observes, "their incredible numbers, their universal distribution,...which they are appointed to devour and assimilate. * How times change! it was only in the year 1819, that a wit of the day wrote "engage him in some useless...
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The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science

John Harris - Creation - 1850 - 300 pages
...sustenance of other forms of life. " Consider (says Professor Owen in his Lectures on the Invertebrata) their incredible numbers, their universal distribution,...ever-active invisible scavengers, for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all : they perform a still more important office in preventing the gradual...
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Chambers's papers for the people, Parts 7-12

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1850
...lectures on the invertebrata. ' Consider,' he observes with reference to the infusorial animalcules, ' their incredible numbers, their universal distribution,...ever-active, invisible scavengers for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all : they perform a still more important office in preventing the gradual...
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The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science

John Harris - Creation - 1850 - 300 pages
...sustenance of other forms of life. " Consider (says Professor Owen in his Lectures on the Invertebrata) their incredible numbers, their universal distribution,...ever-active invisible scavengers, for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all : they perform a still more important ofiice in preventing the gradual...
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Chambers's Papers for the People, Volume 6

Arts - 1850
...lectures on the invertebrata. ' Consider,' he observes with reference to the infusorial animalcules, ' their incredible numbers, their universal distribution,...ever-active, invisible scavengers for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all : they perform a still more important office in preventing the gradual...
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The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science

John Harris - Creation - 1851 - 294 pages
...sustenance of other forms of life. " Consider (says Professor Owen in his Lectures on the Invertebrata) their incredible numbers, their universal distribution,...ever-active invisible scavengers, for the salubrity of our atmosphere. Nor is this all : they perform a still more important office in preventing the gradual...
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