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" ... we feel a general glow of delight, which seems to influence all our senses; and, if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and to salute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bosom of our... "
The Universal Magazine - Page 517
1804
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Zoonomia; Or, The Laws of Organic Life, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - 1800 - 579 pages
...forms of fome antique vales, or in other works of the pencil or the chiflel, we feel a general glow of d,elight, which feems to influence all our fenfes...large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and to falute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bofom of our mother. And...
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Zoonomia: Or The Laws of Organic Life

Erasmus Darwin - 1801 - 586 pages
...forms of fome antique vafes, or in other works of the pencil or the cluffel, we feel a general glow of delight, which feems to influence all our fenfes;...large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our amis, and to falute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bofom of our mother. And...
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Zoonomia, Or, The Laws of Organic Life: In Three Parts, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - 1803
...works of the pencil or the chiiTel, we feel a general glow of delight, which feems to influence ail ouT fenfes ; and, if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and to falute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bofom of our mother. And...
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The Temple of Nature, Or, The Origin of Society: A Poem, with Philosophical ...

Erasmus Darwin - 1804 - 344 pages
...pencil or the chisel, we feel a general glow of delight, which seems to influence all our senses ; and if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and to salute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bosom of our mother. And...
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The temple of nature

Erasmus Darwin - 1806
...forms of fome antique vafes, or in other works of the pencil or the chifel, we feel a general glow of delight, which feems to influence all our fenfes ; and if the obje6t be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and tofalute it with...
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Zoonomia, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - 1818
...pencil or the chissel, we feel a general glow of delight, which seems to influence all our senses; and, if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and to salute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bosom of our mother. And...
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A History of the earth and animated nature v.2, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1852
...the pencil orthe chisel, we feel ageneral glow of delight, which seems to influence all our senses; and if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and salute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bosom of our mothers. And...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature ...: With Numerous ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1857
...pencil or the chisel, we feel a general glow of delight, which seems to influence all our senses ; and if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and salute it with our lips, as wo did in our early infancy the bosom of our mother«. "...
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The Biographical History of Philosophy: From Its Origin in Greece ..., Volume 2

George Henry Lewes - 1857
...the pencil or chisel, — we feel a general glow of delight which seems to influence all our senses ; and if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and to salute it with our lips, as we did in our early infancy the bosom of our mother."*...
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A history of the earth and animated nature with numerous notes ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1862
...the pencil or the chisel, we feel a general glow of delight, which seems to influence all our senses; and if the object be not too large, we experience an attraction to embrace it with our arms, and salute it with our lips, u «re did in our early infancy the hnsom of our mothers. "...
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