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click to enlarge This unique, rather faded manuscript table (ref: LDGSL/) is William Smith’s first attempt to lay down the order of the layers of the strata which he observed in Bath. Dictated by Smith, and in the handwriting of the Reverend Benjamin Richardson (), it was one of a number of items gifted by Smith to the Geological Society in in thanks to his being awarded the.

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A Geological Description of Glen Tilt. By john Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. President of the Geological Society, Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. Read Dec. 3,and the Supplementary Additions Dec. 16, It is well known that the appearance of the granite in various parts of the valley of the Tilt afforded to Dr.

Hutton Appears to be Helix rufescens, or bispida. The sequence of strata at Hengistbury Head, arranged in order of height, is as follows. Pleistocene Gravel Terrace 10 (a small exposure at the highest part of Warren Hill, around the Coastguard Lookout Hut, older and higher than Terrace 4).

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Pleistocene Gravel Terrace 4, (eastern end of the hill) lying unconformably on the Eocene strata. So defined, it falls into proper relationship with the continuous development of English literature, and of the romantic movement, during the last century and a half, and is no longer to be p.

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Our next enquiry must be into the length of time represented by the series of submerged forests and associated deposits described in the foregoing pages. The newest of them belongs certainly to the age of polished stone, and the earliest also probably comes within the Neolithic Period.


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