Mirror of Literature,  10 (1827), 362–63.

Astronomical Occurrences for December 1827





Astronomy, Natural Law, Instruments, Time, Theology of Nature, Biblical Authority

    Concludes with reflections on the 'unerring regularity of the motion of the heavenly bodies', which is 'far more exact than the best chronometer ever made', and asks rhetorically how great must be 'the ignorance of him who does not behold in them the Almighty ruler of all things' (363).

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