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" Nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away a Newton upon the occupations of a crown. It would have been a prodigality for which even the conduct of providence might have been arraigned, had he been by birth annexed to what was so far... "
The Popular Science Monthly - Sayfa 841
1890
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Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., 12. cilt

1818
...satisfied there is an order of geniuses ahove that ohligation, and therefore exempted from it. Nohody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away...Newton upon the occupations of a crown. It would have heen a prodigality for which even the conduct of Providence might have heen' arraigned, had he heen...
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History of the College of New Jersey: From Its Origin in 1746 to ..., 2. cilt

John Maclean - 1877
...a man as Rittenhouse to be employed in public offices. "' Nobody,' wrote Jefferson to him, in 1778, 'can conceive that Nature ever intended to throw away a Newton upon the occupations of a crown. . . . " I doubt not there are in your country many persons equal to the task of conducting government...
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Captains of Industry ...: A Book for Young Americans, by James Parton

James Parton - 1891
...a man as Rittenhouse to be employed in public office. " Nobody," wrote Jefferson to him, in 1778, " can conceive that Nature ever intended to throw away...been by birth annexed to what was so far below him. Cooperating with Nature in her ordinary economy, we should dispose of and employ the geniuses of men...
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Captains of Industry ...: A Book for Young Americans, 2. cilt

James Parton - 1891
...a man as Rittenhouse to be employed in public office. " Nobody," wrote Jefferson to him, in 1778, " can conceive that Nature ever intended to throw away...been by birth annexed to what was so far below him. Cooperating with Nature in her ordinary economy, we should dispose of and employ the geniuses of men...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, 2. cilt

Thomas Jefferson - 1893
...satisfied there is an order of geniusses above that obligation, & therefore exempted from it, nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away...been by birth annexed to what was so far below him. Cooperating with nature in her ordinary economy we should dispose of and employ the geniusses of men...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: 1776-1781

Thomas Jefferson - 1893
...satisfied there is an order of geniusses above that obligation, & therefore exempted from it, nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away...been by birth annexed to what was so far below him. Cooperating with nature in her ordinary economy we should dispose of and employ the geniusses of men...
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The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia: A Comprehensive Collection of the Views of ...

Thomas Jefferson - 1900 - 1009 sayfa
...satisfied there is an order of geniuses above that obligation, and, theref' re. exempted from it. Nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away a N'ewton upon the occupations of a crown. * * * Cooperating with nature in her ordinary economy, we should dispose of anc employ the geniu«es...
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The Life and Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Including All of His Important ...

Samuel Eagle Forman - 1900 - 474 sayfa
...is an order of geniuses above that obligation (of government) and therefore exempted from it; nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away a Newton upon the occupation of a crown. It would have been a prodigality for which even the conduct of Providence might...
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The Life and Writings of ...

Thomas Jefferson - 1900 - 476 sayfa
...is an order of geniuses above that obligation (of government) and therefore exempted from it; nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away a Newton upon the occupation of a crown. It would have been a prodigality for which even the conduct of Providence might...
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A Culture of Rights: The Bill of Rights in Philosophy, Politics and Law 1791 ...

Michael James Lacey, Knud Haakonssen - 1991 - 474 sayfa
...Consider Jefferson's remark in a letter to David Rittenhouse of 19 July 1778 (p. 763) that "nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away a Newton upon the occupations of a crown." Similarly, see the letter to James Monroe of 20 May 1782: "If we are made in some degree for others,...
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