An Introduction to the Natural History of the Terrestrial Sphere: Principally Concerning New Islands Born from the Sea, and Hooke's Hypothesis of the Earth, on the Origin of Mountains and Petrified Bodies, to be Further Established from Accurate Descriptions and Observations
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