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" And now being lately couched of his other eye, he says, that objects at first appeared large to this eye, but not so large as they did at first to the other ; and looking upon the same object with both eyes, he thought it looked about twice as large as... "
The Works of Thomas Reid; with an Account of His Life and Writings - Page 269
by Thomas Reid - 1822
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The Philosophical Transactions and Collections, to the End of the Year 1700 ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1734
...appeared large to this Eye, but not fo large as they did at firft to the other ; and looking upon the fame Object with both Eyes, he thought it looked about twice as large as with the firft -couched Eye only, but not double, that we can any Ways difcover. V. Fig. 67 and 68, reprefent...
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A Compleat System of Opticks in Four Books, Viz. A Popular, a ..., Volume 1

Robert Smith - 1738 - 171 pages
...appeared large to this eye, but not fo large as they did at firft to the other: and looking upon the fame object with both eyes, he thought it looked about twice as large as with the firft couched eye only, but not double, that we can any ways difcover. j^. M r . Che field en adds...
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The Boston magazine

...this eye, but not fo large as they did at fii it to the other ; and .looking upon. the fame objeft with both eyes, he thought it looked about twice as large as with the firft couched eye only, but not double, -that we can any ways difcover. I know not how to conclude...
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind: On the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1785 - 488 pages
...large to this eye, but not fo " large as they did at firft to the other ; " and looking upon the fame object with " both eyes, he thought it looked about " twice as large as with the firft couched " eye only, but not double, that we can " any wife difcover." Secondly, The three young...
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An inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense

Thomas Reid - 1801
...this eye, but " not fo large as they did at firft to the other ; " and looking upon the fame objeft with " both eyes, he thought it looked about twice " as large as with the firft couched eye only, " but not double, that we can anywife dif" cover." Secondly, The three young...
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind: On the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1810 - 478 pages
...lately *'• couched of his other eye, he says, that ob" jects, " jects, at first appeared large to this eye, but " not so large as they did at first to the...couched eye only, ." but not double, that we can anywise disf cover." Secondly, The three young gentlemen mentioned in the last section, who had squirted, as...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1811
...And now, being lately couched of his other eye, he says that objects at first appeared large to this eye, but not so large as they did at first to the...object with both eyes, he thought it looked about twice at •large as with the first-couched eye only, but not double, that we can any ways discover. -1796,...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1811
...couched of his other eye, he says that objects at first appeared large to this eye, but not so larg« as they did at first to the other; and, looking upon...object with both eyes, he thought it looked about twice at large as with the first-couched eye only, but not double, that we can any ways discover. 1796, Aug....
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1814
...And now, being lately couched of his other eye, lie says the objects at first appeared large to this eye, but not so large as they did at first to the...first couched eye only, but not double, that we can any ways discover. 1796, Aug. JOHN ROMLEY, 1731. Jfa.ny, Lincolnshire. XCVl. Feasting on I.ire Ma....
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Vulgar errors, ancient and modern, attributed as imports to the proper names ...

Gilbert Dyer, Charles Julius Bertram - 1816
...firft large to this eye; but not fo large as they did at firft to the other : And looking upon the fame object with both eyes, he thought it looked about twice as large as with the firft couched eye only; but not double, that we can any ways difcover. " I have couched fever al oibers...
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