Lawes and Gilbert have found this to be strikingly the case in their experiments on the growth of wheat.
The Athenians receiued that Lawe, thei did also obaie his other Lawes.
Dr. Lawes speaks of one hundred and thirty mission stations which he established at New Guinea.
Mr. Lawes is not favorable to the cooking of food unless when it is scarce.
Within the same enclosure is one little grave that will bind New Guinea close to the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Lawes.
Also Punnus did give the Islanders their Lawes, and caused them to bee written.
All which Lawes haue beene the occasion that this mightie kingdome hath not come to notice and knowledge but of late yeares.
There are Lawes and ceremonies to be observed both by the firsts and seconds.
But where his Lawes are to be found, and which they be from other mens, no man liuing in these daies is able to determine.
To him and to Mr. Lawes I am indebted for all the ethnological information in this book.