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Full text:[...] ON THE DELUGE. 077 the waters, other substances, such as earth, mud, bones, animal and human remains, &c., may have been held at various depths until decomposed by water; or combined and consolidated [...]
Full text:[...] 668 A FEW REMARKS are at least five grand alternations of such rocks, and aqueous sedimentary deposits, amounting in thickness to several thousand feet."* These wonderful alternations of the conseque [...]
Full text:[...] 1080 THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S. CHALLENGER. Callocardia adamsii, 624 ; C. atlanlica, 624 ; C. guttata, 625 ; C. paeifica, 624. Calocaris, 524. Calophyllum inophyllum, 566. Calornis metallica, 548, 556. Cal [...]
Full text:[...] NARRATIVE OF THE CRUISE. 485 woods with its melody. A Kingfisher (Halcyon sacra) is constantly to be seen sitting 011 dead twigs, ready to dart on its prey. Amongst the cocoanut trees a beautiful lit [...]
Full text:[...] 1058 THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S. CHALLENGER. IIertwig, Prof. Richard, Ueber die Tiefsee Actinien des Challenger. Sitmnysb. med.-nat. Gescllsch. Jena, p. 10, 1881. --Report on the Actiniaria. Zool. Chall. Ex [...]
Full text:[...] 5]G QUEEN P0MAKE—NATIVES. Nov. he was secretary of legation to the Marquis of Marialva, at the congress of Vienna; and that in 1815 he belonged to the 23d Light Dragoons (English). In 1816 he was att [...]
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Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. VI, pp. 393-418 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands A LIST OF WORMS PARASITIC IN [...]
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