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" Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to which an intelligent being can sink ; morally, he was the slave of a superstition, the grovelling character of which will be traced in reviewing his sepulchral rites ; physically, he... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 500
1856
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The Archæology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland

Sir Daniel Wilson - 1851 - 714 pages
...those appliances with which the arts of civilisation arm man against such obstacles. Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...proportion to his body, his hands, and probably his feet, also small ; while the weapons with which he provided himself for the chase, and the few implements...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volume 92

1851
...appliances with which the arts of civilisation arm man against such, obstacles. Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...proportion to his body, his hands, and probably his feet, also small ; while the weapons with which he provided himself for the chase, and the few implements...
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The North British review

1852
...those appliances with which the arts of civilisation arm man against such obstacles. Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...proportion to his body, his hands, and probably his feet, also small ; while the weapons with which he provided himself for the chase, and the few implements...
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The Journal of Sacred Literature, Volume 9

John Kitto - 1859
...following passage is from his Archaeology, or Prehistoric Annals of Scotland:" Intellectually he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...physically he differed little in stature from the modern inhabitants of the same soil, but his cerebral development was poor, his head small in proportion to...
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The Journal of Sacred Literature, Volume 9

John Kitto - 1859
...following passage is from his Archaology, or Prehistoric Annals of Scotland : " Intellectually he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...physically he differed little in stature from the modern inhabitants of the same soil, but his cerebral development was poor, his head small in proportion to...
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Prehistoric Annals of Scotland, Volume 1

Sir Daniel Wilson - 1863 - 504 pages
...those appliances with which the arts of civilisation arm man against such obstacles. Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...intelligent being can sink. Morally, he was the slave of superstitions, the grovelling character of which can be partially inferred from the indications of...
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 3

1865
...those appliances with which the arts of civilisation arm man against such obstacles. Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...intelligent being can sink. Morally, he was the slave of superstitions. . . . Physically, he differed little in stature from the modern inheritors of the same...
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 3

1865
...those appliances with which the arts of civilisation arm man against such obstacle?. Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to which an intelligent bting can sink. Morally, he was the slave of superstitions. . . . Physically, he differed little in...
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THE IRRECONCILABLE RECORDS

WILLIAM DENTON - 1871
...Briton," Daniel Wilson, professor of history in University College, Toronto, says, " Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...intelligent being can sink. Morally, he was the slave of superstitions, the grovelling character of which can be partially inferred from the indications of...
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Irreconcilable Records: Or, Genesis & Geology

William Denton - 1872 - 80 pages
...Briton," Daniel Wilson, professor of history in University College, Toronto, says, " Intellectually, he appears to have been in nearly the lowest stage to...intelligent being can sink. Morally, he was the slave of superstitious, the grovelling character of which can be partially inferred from the indications of...
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