Technology Quarterly, Volume 4

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Página 85 - God hath made of one blood all nations of men to dwell on the face of the earth, — it is manifestly the duty of all Christians who enjoy the light of the present day, when the inconsistency of slavery both with the dictates of humanity and religion has been demonstrated and is generally seen and acknowledged, to use their honest, earnest and unwearied endeavors to correct the errors of former times, and as speedily as possible to efface this blot on our holy religion...
Página 87 - Conference acknowledge that slavery is contrary to the laws of God, man, and nature, and hurtful to society; contrary to the dictates of conscience and pure religion, and doing that which we would not others should do to us and ours?
Página 346 - I hope, when each new author, each new artist, will be considered, not in his proportion to any other author or artist, but in his relation to the human nature, known to us all, which it is his privilege, his high duty, to interpret. "The true standard of the artist is in every man's power" already, as Burke says; Michelangelo's "light of the piazza...
Página 81 - ... importation of negroes, let them be dealt with, and advised to avoid that practice, according to the sense of former meetings in that behalf; and that all Friends who have or keep negroes, do use and treat them with humanity, and with a Christian spirit: and that all do forbear judging or reflecting on one another, either in public or private, concerning the detaining or keeping them...
Página 344 - Art begins with abstract decoration with purely imaginative and pleasurable work dealing with what is unreal and non-existent. This is the first stage. Then Life becomes fascinated with this new wonder, and asks to be admitted into the charmed circle. Art takes life as part of her rough material, recreates it, and refashions it in fresh forms, is absolutely indifferent to fact, invents, imagines, dreams, and keeps between herself and reality the impenetrable barrier of beautiful style, of decorative...
Página 342 - My own experience is that the more we study Art, the less we care for Nature. What Art really reveals to us is Nature's lack of design, her curious crudities, her extraordinary monotony, her absolutely unfinished condition.
Página 191 - America, equally large felines, horses and tapirs larger than any now living, a llama as large as a camel, great mastodons and elephants, and abundance of huge megatheroid animals of almost equal size...
Página 44 - ... similar, so far as the eye can distinguish, to the color in the same sections only a foot or two below the surface. The great depth to which the red color extends renders it evident that it can not be directly dependent .on solar heat. Again, over considerable areas in the South t lie surface days are various shades of yellow, which would not be expected if the red color of adjacent fields is due to temperature.
Página 107 - Christ in sincerity and in truth, and who are in earnest in preparing the world for His coming in glorious majesty to judge both the quick and the dead. The constitution of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States, under which we have been exercising our legislative functions, is the same as that of the church from which we have been providentially separated save that we have introduced into it a germ of expansion which was wanting in the old constitution.
Página 227 - ... sulphuric anhydride begin to come off, add water, heat until all the iron is in solution, filter off the silica ' and carbon, and wash with water acidulated with sulphuric acid. Make the filtrate nearly neutral with ammonia, and add to the beaker in which the electrolysis is to be made, about one hundred times as much mercury as the weight of iron or steel taken.

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