Natural Theology Part Four

CHAPTER XII COMPARATIVE ANATOMY       Page 211   WHENEVER we find a general plan pursued, yet with such variations in it as are, in each case, required by the particular exigency of the subject to which it is applied, we possess, in such plan and such adaptation, the strongest evidence that can be afforded of intelligence and design;

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Natural Theology Part Three

CHAPTER X OF THE VESSELS OF ANIMAL BODIES   THE  circulation  of  the  blood,  through  the  bodies  of  men  and  quadrupeds,  and  the apparatus       Page 148   by which it is carried on, compose a system, and testify a contrivance, perhaps the best understood of any part of the animal frame. The lymphatic system, or the nervous

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