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" In no other tract of the world visited by me have I seen such a mass of red rocks (estimated at a thickness of not less than 10,000 feet) so clearly intercalated between the Silurian and the Carboniferous strata. "
Geology of the Counties of England and of North and South Wales - Seite 118
von William Jerome Harrison - 1882 - 346 Seiten
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The North British review

1854
...and the other 2590 feet above the sea. In no other tract of the world which I have visited, is there seen such a mass of red rocks, (estimated at a thickness of not less than 8000 to 10,000 feet,) so clearly intercalated between the Silurian and the carboniferous strata." In...
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Siluria: the history of the oldest known rocks containing organic remains ...

Sir Roderick Impey Murchison - 1854 - 523 Seiten
...2590, feet above the sea. (See Map.) In no other tract of the world which I have visited, is there seen such a mass of red rocks (estimated at a thickness of not less than 8000 to 10,000 feet) so clearly intercalated between the Silurian and the carboniferous strata. For,...
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The scenery of England and Wales, its character and origin

Daniel Mackintosh - 1869 - 399 Seiten
...Wales — the Fans of Brecon and Carmarthen, the one 2,860, the other 2,590 feet above the sea ... In no other tract of the world visited by me have...between the Silurian and the Carboniferous strata.' — Siluria, 4th edition, pp. 243, 244. t I was more impressed with the first glimpse of the Brecon...
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Practical geology

William Jerome Harrison - 1878 - 157 Seiten
...South Wales, the Fans of Brecon and Carmarthen — the one 2860, the other 2590 feet above the sea. In no other tract of the world visited by me have...feet) so clearly intercalated between the Silurian and Carboniferous strata.' Whitbach, near Ludlow, is a good locality for fossils, and Leominster, Kingston,...
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The universal instructor, or, Self-culture for all, Band 1

Ward, Lock and co, ltd - 1884
...Wales, — the Fans of Brecon, and Carmarthen— the one 2860, and the other 2590 feet above the »ea. In no other tract of the world visited by me have...between the Silurian and the Carboniferous strata. . . Consisting in its lower parts of red and green shale and flagstone, with Mime small ' cornstones...
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The Scenery of England and the Causes to which it is Due

Sir John Lubbock - 1902 - 534 Seiten
...2860, the other 2590, feet above the sea. In no other tract of the world which I have visited, is there seen such a mass of red rocks (estimated at a thickness of not less than 8000 to 10,000 feet) so clearly intercalated between the Silurian and the Carboniferous strata." l...
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