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  • John Wilson's Essay on Light and Colours is another example of personal adoption of theories in practical endeavors. 41 reference Like Hoofnail and, Watin, we know Wilson as a practical man who challenged philosophical explanations based on his own experience.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Extasy of those who meet with equal Ardency; and represented it in Colours so lively, and disclos'd by the Gestures with which her Words were accompany'd, and the Accent of her Voice so true a Feeling of what she said, that Beauplaisir, without being as stupid, as he was really the contrary, could not avoid perceiving there were Seeds of Fire, not yet extinguish'd, in this fair

    Fantomina: or, Love in a Maze, Being a Secret History of an Amour Between Two Persons of Condition

  • Need You Sunshine is featured on their latest album, entitled Colours of Sound and released on March 2008 for Road Records.

    No Fat Clips!!! : Autamata – Need You Sunshine

  • He felt the surge of emotion because the Colours were a soldier's pride.

    Sharpe's Sword

  • He felt the surge of emotion because the Colours were a soldier's pride.

    Sharpe's Sword

  • Being weary and almost blind with writing and reading so much to-day, I took boat at the Old Swan, and there up the river all alone as high as Putney almost, and then back again, all the way reading, and finishing Mr. Boyle's book of Colours, which is so chymical, that I can understand but little of it, but understand enough to see that he is a most excellent man.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Being weary and almost blind with writing and reading so much to-day, I took boat at the Old Swan, and there up the river all alone as high as Putney almost, and then back again, all the way reading, and finishing Mr. Boyle's book of Colours, which is so chymical, that I can understand but little of it, but understand enough to see that he is a most excellent man.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 54: June 1667

  • Being weary and almost blind with writing and reading so much to-day, I took boat at the Old Swan, and there up the river all alone as high as Putney almost, and then back again, all the way reading, and finishing Mr. Boyle's book of Colours, which is so chymical, that I can understand but little of it, but understand enough to see that he is a most excellent man.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1667 N.S.

  • Being weary and almost blind with writing and reading so much to-day, I took boat at the Old Swan, and there up the river all alone as high as Putney almost, and then back again, all the way reading, and finishing Mr. Boyle's book of Colours, which is so chymical, that I can understand but little of it, but understand enough to see that he is a most excellent man.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, June 1667

  • - Photo expo entitled the Colours by artist Phan Quang, till Mar 18. 5

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