For an excellent statement of the conduct of the Federalists at this time see Morison: Otis, ii, 53-66.
This form is adopted with success for the Morison fire-boxes of the Vanderbilt locomotives.
Morison's writings evoked severe contemporary criticism, more on account of their manner than of their matter.
It was just when systematic Botany had fallen back to its lowest level that Morison appeared upon the scene.
He flew like the wind, and clattered into the courtyard in front of Dr. Morison's house.
Probably it was the critical study of the works of the Bauhins that led Morison to frame a system of classification of his own.
As has been explained, Morison and Ray revived the forgotten labours of Cesalpino.
It is not necessary to discuss in detail the merits of Morison's work on the Umbelliferae.
Mr. Morison wrote at once to Maung Tha Gyi, ordering him to come in.
Since Morison does not quote Cesalpino in his books, it might be inferred that possibly he had not read him.