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A National Sentiment! : Speech of Hon. Edward Blake, M. P., At Aurora; With the Comments of Some of the Canadian Press Thereon

By Blake, Edward

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Title: A National Sentiment! : Speech of Hon. Edward Blake, M. P., At Aurora; With the Comments of Some of the Canadian Press Thereon  
Author: Blake, Edward
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Language: English
Subject: Opinion publique, Public opinion, Political science
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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1874
Publisher: Ottawa; E. A. Perry

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Digitized from the holdings of Harvard University. I. Uranus and Eros.--II. The discovery of Neptune.--III. Bradley's discoveries of the aberration of light and of the nutation of the earth's axis.--IV. Accidental discoveries.--V. Schwabe and the sun-spot period.--VI. The variation of latitude

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Digitized from microfilm. Microfiche de l'exemplaire de l'édition originale se trouvant à la University of British Columbia Library

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Astronomy ; Second title filmed with: Turnbull, Laurence. Lectures on the electro-magnetic telegraph : with an historical account of its rise and progress, containing a list of the number of telegraphic lines of the world ... With an appendix containing the decisions of Judges Woodbury and Kane in the celebrated. Philadelphia : R.W. Barnard, printer , [c1852]. - - Turner, Henry Cobden. Electrical measurements in principle and practice. Pittsburgh : Instruments Publishing, Co., 1935. - - Tutin, J. R. (John Ramsden). The atom. London ; New York :Longmans, Green and Co., 1934. - - Twyman, F. (Frank). The practice of absorption spectrophotometry with Hilger instruments : a guide to the technique of absorption measurement in the visible, ultra-violet, and infra-red regions of the spectrum. London : A. Hilger, Ltd., 1934. - - Tyndall, A. M. (Arthur Mannering). The mobility of positive ions in gases. Cambridge [Eng.] : The University press, 1938. - - Tyndall, John. Faraday as a discoverer. London : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1894. - - Tyndall, John. Contributions to molecular physics in the domain of radiant heat : a series of memoirs published in the Philosophical transactions and Philosophical magazine, with additions. New York : D. Appleton and Company, 1885. - - Tyndall, John. Notes on a course of seven lectures on electrical phenomena and theories : delivered at the Royal institution of Great Britain, April 28-June 9, 1870. London : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1870.

 

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