Counterparts

  • Published 2017
tinctly at a distance of thirty or forty miles, if lie stand on the top iof a sufficiently high mountain, and if the objects be big enough?such for example as churches, Poplar-trees, and hillocks two or three hundred feet high. What he can't see clearly with his unassisted eye be enlarges four or five hundred times by means of his microscope, or takes to… (More)