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1. Lectures on the Philosophy of Law: Together with Whewell and Hegel, and by James Hutchison Stirling (1873)
"... a circumscribed, limited, particular something that is fancied up there, an enormous big man in the air that it is not absurd for Lalande the astronomer ..."
2. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1872)
"He really and truly believes in God, but not in God that is only a topical god, a circumscribed, limited, particular something that is fancied up there, ..."
3. The Life of Charles James Mathews: Chiefly Autobiographical, with Selections by Charles James Mathews (1879)
"... had had the detestation at the idea that I fancied up till now you really felt, no persuasions of Theodore Hook, or any other friend, would have had any ..."
4. The Musical World (1863)
"Every opera-goer fancied up to the middle of the present season that he was familiar with Verdi's Leonora, and would up to a couple of days ago have laughed ..."
5. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1872)
"He really and truly believes in God, but not in god that is only a topical god—a circumscribed, limited, particular something that is fancied up there—an ..."