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" Valuable as were his writings, each, when estimated with regard to the position of science at the time of its issue, an effective advance — his pupils were even more valuable. The greatest praise of a great professor is that which proclaims he has founded... "
Monthly Journal of Medical Science - 86 페이지
1855
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 57권

1854
...regard to the position of science at the time of its issue, an effective advance — his pupils were even more valuable. The greatest praise of a great...the last half century a school of Natural History ?" Jameson attained the age of eighty years, and had filled his chair for upwards of half a century,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 57권

Robert Jameson - 1854
...regard to the position of science at the time of its issue, an effective advance — his pupils were even more valuable. The greatest praise of a great...the last half century a school of Natural History 1" Jameson attained the age of eighty years, and had Riled his chair for upwards of half a century,...
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memoir of edward frobes, f.r.s.

george wilson, m.d. f.r.s.e. - 1861
...regard to the position of science at the time of its issue, an effective advance — his pupils were even more valuable. The greatest praise of a great...the last half century a school of Natural History ? I have a difficult task before me, gentlemen, with those traditions of greatness to overshadow my...
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The Story of the University of Edinburgh During Its First Three Hundred ..., 2권

Sir Alexander Grant - 1884
...professor is that which proclaims the foundation of a school ; and where else in the British Empire has there been, for the last half century, a school of natural history?' In all probability it was because of the fame of Jameson that Darwin found his way to the University...
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The Naturalist in Britain: A Social History

David Elliston Allen - 1994 - 270 페이지
...tradition. As Edward Forbes, his successor, was to ask rhetorically in his Inaugural Address in 1854: 'Where else in the British empire, except here, has there been for the last half-century a school of Natural History?1 — a broad school, that is, and one not merely confined...
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