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English citations of phœnomenon

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    (Can we date this quote?) The Russian prophecy, a poem, occasioned by a remarkable phœnomenon in the heavens, observed in Russia, February 19, 1785, Peter Cunningham:
  • (unconfirmed) 1788: Stone eater: Wonderful and extraordinary phœnomenon, main title
    Stone eater: Wonderful and extraordinary phœnomenon
  • (unconfirmed) 1846: Thomas Reid, The works of Thomas Reid, with selections from his unpublished letters
    It does not discover the efficient cause of any phœnomenon in nature.