Robert hartley essay on milk

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  •   An Historical, Scientific, and Practical Essay on Milk, as an Article of Human Sustenance : With a Consideration of the Effects Consequent Upon the Pre
    by Robert Milham 1796-1881 Hartley

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    However, this account was taken severely to task by the reviewer of Gilchrist's biography in The Westminster Review . The review questions Gilchrist's assertion that Cromek promised Blake the engraving work, and asks for more evidence of this given that Cromek would have known of the poor reception of Blake's engravings for Young 's Night Thoughts . It questions the existence of Blake's design copyright, and challenges Gilchrist's assertion that Cromek "jockeyed" Blake out of it, especially given that Blake's quarrel with Cromek does not become apparent until longer after the illustrations were in the charge of Schiavonetti. [6] Whilst agreeing that the illustrations were far the better for Schiavonetti's alterations, the reviewer accuses Gilchrist of "uncompromising partisanship" and a wholesale bias against and negative portrayal of Cromek. [16]

    Neither the scientific approach to “man” nor the affirmation of universal salvation was in itself original. One could find the former in the medical literature, and in Descartes. For versions of the “everlasting gospel” one could turn to various writers, including Peter Sterry, Cromwell’s chaplain, in A Discourse of the Freedom of the Will (1675), Sterry’s fellow chaplain to Cromwell, Jeremiah White, in The Restoration of All Things (1712), the visionary Jane Lead, the mathematician Thomas Bayes, in Divine Benevolence (1731), and, on the continent, Charles Hector de Marsay.

    Robert hartley essay on milk

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