Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society, Volume 4

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Page 132 - though in solemn silence all Move round this dark terrestrial ball, What though no real voice nor sound Amidst their radiant orbs be found ; In reason's ear they all rejoice, And utter forth a glorious voice, For ever singing as they
Page 36 - of clay and sand, with round ferruginous concretions and numerous beds, seams, and local deposits of lignite; great numbers of dicotyledonous leaves, stems, etc., of the genera
Page 272 - ON A SECTION OF THE FORMBY AND LEASOWE MARINE BEDS AND SUPERIOR PEAT BED, DISCLOSED BY THE CUTTINGS FOR THE OUTLET SEWER AT HIGHTOWN.
Page 124 - On the whole, the evidence seems to be against regarding the Granite now exposed as the result of the extreme metamorphism of the Skiddaw Slates immediately
Page 269 - Advocates' Library, Edinburgh. Belfast Naturalists' Field Club. Birkenhead Free Public Library. Do. Literary and Scientific Club. British Museum. Bristol Naturalists' Society. Bodleian Library, Oxford. Boston Society of Natural History, US Chester Society of Natural Science. Dudley and Midland Geological and Scientific Society. Epping Forest and County of Essex Naturalists' Field Club. Editor of " Geological Becord.
Page 165 - Advocates' Library, Edinburgh. Belfast Naturalists' Field Club. Birkenhead Free Public Library. Do. Literary and Scientific Club. British Museum. Bristol Naturalists' Society. . Bodleian Library, Oxford. Boston Society of Natural History, US Chester Society of Natural Science. Dudley and Midland Geological and Scientific Society. Epping Forest and County of Essex Naturalists' Field Club. Editor of " Geological Becord.
Page 101 - that the elimination of the calcareous matter contained in the sedimentary crust of the earth must have occupied at least 600 millions of years.

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