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" ... own country. The large extinct British quadrupeds necessarily required a great range for their sustenance. They had doubtlessly roamed from distant tracts to our lands before the straits of Dover were formed and before the British dominions were broken... "
Siluria: the history of the oldest known rocks containing organic remains ... - Seite 500
von Sir Roderick Impey Murchison - 1854 - 523 Seiten
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 51

Robert Jameson - 1851
...formed and before the British dominions were broken into isles. Our great insular dislocations were, I conceive, coincident with that striking phenomenon...and their magnitude is enormous when compared with anything which passes under our eyes, or has been recorded in human history. At the same time geologists...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Band 51

1851
...formed and before the British dominions were broken into isles. Our great insular dislocations were, I conceive, coincident with that striking phenomenon...and their magnitude is enormous when compared with anything which passes under our eyes, or has been recorded in human history. At the same time geologists...
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The scriptural account of creation vindicated by the teaching of science; or ...

William Paul - 1870 - 160 Seiten
...large a portion of this hemisphere, and when large portions of our northern land formed the bottom of an Arctic Sea. But such tracts were bidden to rise...revolutions of which I have treated had passed away." — Murchison's Siluria, Appendix ii., pp. 502, 504. "In Asia Dr Hooker has observed Boulder drift...
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