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" The traces of revolutions become still more apparent and decisive when we ascend a little higher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains of mountains. There are still found many beds of shells ; some of these are even larger and more solid... "
A Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy: With Their Applications - Página 501
por Andrew Ure - 1831 - 844 páginas
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An Outline of Mineralogy and Geology,: Intended for the Use of Those who May ...

William Phillips - 1816 - 192 páginas
...extent, in situation, or in both. The traces of revolutions become still more apparent and decisive if we ascend a little higher, and approach nearer to the foot of great chains of mountains; still many beds of shells are found, some even larger and more solid, quite...
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The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review, Volumen3

H. Biglow, Orville Luther Holley - 1818
...situation, or in both. Such is the result of the very first search, and of the most superficial examination. "The traces of revolutions become still more apparent and decisive when we ascend a little mgher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains of mountains. There are still found many...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry: On the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's, in ..., Volumen2

Andrew Ure - 1821 - 14 páginas
...the sea has undergone some change, either in extent, situation, or both. The traces of revolution« become still more apparent and decisive, when we ascend...some of these are even larger and more solid; the •hells are quite as numerous, and as entirely preserved; but they are not of the sume species with...
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The Christian review and clerical magazine

1827
...in situation. Such is the result of the very first search, and of the most superficial examination. The traces of revolutions become still more apparent...higher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains. There are still found many beds of shells ; some of these are even thicker and more solid ;...
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Essay on the theory of the earth

Georges Cuvier (baron), Robert Jameson - 1827 - 550 páginas
...and decisive, when we ascend a little higher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains. There are still found many beds of shells; some of these are even thicker and more solid; the shells are quite as numerous, and as well preserved, but they are no longer...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry ...

Andrew Ure - 1828 - 829 páginas
...reservoir containing the sea has undergone some change, either in extent, situation, or both. The truces of revolutions become still more apparent and decisive...numerous, and as entirely preserved ; but they are rot of the same species with those which were found in the less elevated regions. The strata which...
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The Lion, Volumen3

Richard Carlile - 1829
...considerable height. Sometimes the shells are so numerous as to constitute the entire body of the stratum. The traces of revolutions become still more apparent...decisive when we ascend a little higher, and approach to the feet of the great chains of mountains. There arc still found many beds of shells ; some of thes.-...
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Leigh Hunt's London Journal, Volúmenes1-2

Leigh Hunt - 1834
...situation, or in both. Such is the result of the very first search, and of the most superficial examination. The traces of revolutions become still more apparent...higher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains of mountains. There are still found many beds of shells ; eome of these are even larger and...
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Mémoires d'un homme enfermé comme aliéné

Guillaume Monod - 1838 - 229 páginas
...avec le Psalmiste : « Si je monte au ciel tu y es ! si je descends dans l'enfer (1), tu y es aussi!] "The traces of revolutions become still more apparent...higher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains of mountains. There are still fouiid many beds of .shells ; some of these are even larger and...
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The Millennial Harbinger, Volumen3

Alexander Campbell, Charles Louis Loos - 1839
...situation; such is the result of the very first search, and of themosi superficial examination.''1 "The traces of revolutions become still more apparent...higher, and approach nearer to the foot of the great chains. There are still found many bedsxil shells; some of these are even thicker and more solid; the...
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