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Recreations in Geology - Seite 21
von Rosina M. Zornlin - 1852 - 396 Seiten
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The Young men's magazine

British and foreign young men's society - 1837
...called, each distinct in time and peopled with its peculiar races of aquatic and terrestrial beings. Thus, as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible...variety displayed in living nature, and admire the infinite wisdom and power which it displays, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection that it...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1837
...called,' each distinct in time, and peopled with its peculiar races of aquatic and terrestrial beings. Thus as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible...variety displayed in living nature, and admire the infinite wisdom and power which it displays, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection that it...
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The Saturday Magazine, Band 16

1840
...periods. For all are equally A link of Nature's chain Formed by the Hand that formed me, Which formeth nought in vain. " The geologist, therefore, can bring...number or the limit in the past ages of the world*." * LYELL'S Anniversary Atldrett, 1837 [Abridged from ZOBNLIN'S Recrea.ions in Geology.] THE moral of...
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The Saturday Magazine, Band 16

1840
...intelligence, power, wisdom, and unity, of design, manifested in the creation. • ..., .-,•., i ; " That the most perfect unity of plan can be traced...number or the limit in the past ages of the world*." .•'. * LYELL'S Anniversary Address, 1837 < [Abridged from ZouiLiN's Recrt&.iont m Gtolojy.] THE moral...
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1841
...which we admire in the living creation, has equally characterized the organic world at remote periods. Thus as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible...variety displayed in living nature, and admire the infinite wisdom and power which it displays, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection, that it...
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A Manual of Elementary Geology; Or, The Ancient Changes of the Earth and Its ...

Sir Charles Lyell - 1851 - 512 Seiten
...which we admire in the living creation, has equally characterized the organic world at remote periods. Thus as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible...variety displayed in living nature, and admire the infinite wisdom and power which it displays, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection, that it...
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A Manual of Elementary Geology; Or, The Ancient Changes of the Earth and Its ...

Sir Charles Lyell - 1852 - 512 Seiten
...which we admire in the living creation, has equally characterized the organic world at remote periods. Thus as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible...variety displayed in living nature, and admire the infinite wisdom and power which it displays, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection, that it...
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Noonday Exigencies in America

Hinton Rowan Helper - 1871 - 211 Seiten
...which we admire in the living creation, has equally characterized the organic world at remote periods. Thus, as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible...variety displayed in living nature, and admire the infinite wisdom and power which it displays, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection, that it...
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THE SUBTERRANEAN WORLD

DR. GEORGE HARTWIG - 1871
...which we admire in the living creation has equally characterised the organic world at remote periods. Thus, as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible variety displayed in living nature, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection that it is only the last of a great series of pre-existing...
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The Subterranean World

Georg Hartwig - 1871 - 522 Seiten
...which we admire in the living creation has equally characterised the organic world at remote periods. Thus, as we increase our knowledge of the inexhaustible variety displayed in living nature, our admiration is multiplied by the reflection that it is only the last of a great series of pre-existing...
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