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" Independent of these causes, there are certainly great springs contained in the bowels of the earth; otherwise how could the many rivers, that intersect it, be supplied with such vast quantities of water as they discharge, the rains falling on its surface,... "
An Account of the Mode of Draining Land: According to the System Practised ... - Page 15
by John Johnstone, Joseph Elkington - 1801 - 164 pages
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...which break'out on higher ground, or on the sides of hills. ' Independent of these causes, there ari certainly great springs contained in the bowels of...they discharge, the rains falling on its surface, or the1 dew* that descend, oiot being adequate for that purpose ? But, as this may be considered among...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1799
...icontained in the bowels ef ,the earth ; otherwise, how could the .many rivers that intcrscqt it iie supplied with such vast quantities of water as they...discharge, the rains falling on its surface, or the dews yhat descend, not being adequate for that purpose ? But, as this may be considered among those arcana...
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Statistical Survey of the County of Sligo: With Observations on the Means of ...

James MacParlan - Agriculture - 1802 - 122 pages
...much stronger, and have a more regular discharge than those, which break out on the higher grounds, or on the sides of hills." " Independent of these...have not yet been sufficiently explored, and lying at too great a depth to affect the surface, it comes not within the limits of the present enquiry." "...
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Statistical survey of the county of Sligo: with observations on the means of ...

James M'Parlan, Royal Dublin Society - Agriculture - 1802 - 122 pages
...much stronger, and have a more regular discharge than those, which break out on the higher grounds, or on the sides of hills." " Independent of these...considered among those arcana of nature, which have not vet been sufficiently explored, and lying at too great a depth to affect the surface, it comes not...
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