A geological account of a descent into Eldon hold: to which is added a brief account of various other caverns and curiosities, in the peak of Derbyshire
Printed by Wardle and Bentham, 1813 - 38 pages
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adventurers appearance arrive bottom Buxton called the Wineyards carbonic acid cascade of water cavern at Castleton cavern called caverns and subterraneous chasm clefts and caverns considerable descent diﬂicult dimensions discovered earth earth’S surface eight yards Eldon Hole entrance ev’ry ﬁfty yards ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁre ﬁrst ﬁssures ﬁve hundred yards ﬁve yards ﬂame ﬂoods ﬂoor ﬂow ﬂower formed four or ﬁve fourteen yards gratiﬁed gravity is 2.7 grit-stone gulph before mentioned High Peak hill hundred and ﬁfty mile miners narrow passage nearly circular neighbourhood nish Peak Forest Peak of Derbyshire Peak’s Hole Perry Foot pitched rope proceeded produced quan reason to conclude reﬂections rious depths shaft side of Peak spar Warehouse spect stalactic stalactites stemple stratum stupen subterraneons subterraneous rivulet tity ture twelve yards vein of lead WARDLE AND BENTHAM yards in depth yards in height yards in length