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Libros Libros 21 a 24 de 24 sobre We are all brought into immediate connexion with the vegetation that clothed the...
" We are all brought into immediate connexion with the vegetation that clothed the ancient earth before one-half of its actual surface had yet been formed. The trees of the primeval forests have not, like modern trees, undergone decay, yielding back their... "
The birth of the universe: being a philosophical exposition of the origin ... - Página 116
de Russel P. Ambler - 1853 - 146 páginas
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History and characteristics of Bishop Auckland

Matthew Richley - 1872 - 190 páginas
...earth before one-half of its actual surface had yet been formed. The trees of the primeval foreste have not, like modern trees, undergone decay, yielding...elements to the soil and atmosphere by which they had been nourished ; but, treasured up in subterranean storehouses, have been transformed into enduring...
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Coal. Spontaneous combustion and explosions occurring in coal cargoes: their ...

Thomas Rowan (consulting engineer.) - 1882
...in that graphic and graceful language which distinguishes his writings — " We are all brought back into immediate connection with the vegetation that...elements to the soil and atmosphere by which they had been nourished ; but, treasured up in subterranean storehouses, have been transformed into enduring...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen 56

1836
...conscious, in the geological events of these very distant eras. We are all brought into immediate connexion with the vegetation that clothed the ancient earth...elements to the soil and atmosphere by which they had been nourished ; but, treasured up in subterranean storehouses, have been transformed into enduring...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volumen 59

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1859
...brought into immediate connexion with the vegetation that clothed the ancient earth, before one half of its actual surface had yet been formed. The trees...decay, yielding back their elements to the soil and atmosphère by which they had been nourished ; but, treasured up in subterranean storehouses, have...
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