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1. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. by Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Adgate Lipscomb, Albert Ellery Bergh (1905)
"JEFFERSON AS A MAN OF SCIENCE. It is an interesting tribute to the value of the scientific mind that two of the men among the most important in the ..."
2. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson memorial association of the United States (1905)
"JEFFERSON AS A MAN OF SCIENCE. It is an interesting tribute to the of the scientific mind that two of the men among the most important in the establishment ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"It is not so much the men of science who make science, as some spirit which, born of the truths already won, drives the man of science onward and uses him ..."
4. Library of Southern Literature by John Calvin Metcalf (1909)
"AN EMINENT MAN OF SCIENCE AN EARNEST CHRISTIAN Address at a banquet in honor of Dr. ... AN eminent man of science who is a church-member and a decided and ..."
5. The Popular Science Monthly (1878)
"Different atmospheres are required by the man of science, as such, and the man of action. The atmosphere, for example, which vivifies and stimulates your ..."
6. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1899)
"... man of science and inventor, son of W. Wheatstone, a music-seller of Gloucester, was born at Gloucester in February 1802, and educated in a private ..."
7. The Popular Science Monthly (1894)
"So complicated are the forces of Nature that one discovery is sure to lead to another, and the man of science soon learns that he never exhausts attainable ..."