The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, Volume 22

The Society, 1866
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Vols. 1-108 include Proceedings of the society (separately paged, beginning with v. 30)

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Página 66 - Results of Meteorological Observations made under the direction of the United States Patent Office and the Smithsonian Institution, from the year 1854 to 1859, inclusive, being a Report of the Commissioner of Patents made at the first session of the 36th Congress.
Página 47 - Ibid., pp 347-350. 27. On Graptolites, their Duration in Geological Periods, and their Value in the Identification of Strata. Ibid., pp.
Página 389 - PENROSE'S (FC) Principles of Athenian Architecture, and the Optical Refinements exhibited in the Construction of the Ancient Buildings at Athens, from a Survey. With 40 Plates. Folio.
Página lii - Bohemia, in a specimen of gneiss from near Moldau, and in a specimen of serpentinous limestone sent to Sir Charles Lyell by Dr.
Página xv - The following communications were read : — 1 . " Additional Observations on the Raised Beach of Sangatte, with reference to the date of the English Channel, and the presence of Loess in the Cliff-section.
Página 103 - In a passage, which is the continuation of that already cited, he writes : — " (3) The microscopical structure and chemical composition of the beds of cannel coal and earthy bitumen, and of the more highly bituminous and carbonaceous shale, show them to have been of the nature of the fine vegetable mud which accumulates in the ponds and shallow lakes of modern swamps.
Página 103 - ... (4) A few of the underclays, which support beds of coal, are of the nature of the vegetable mud above referred to ; but the greater part are argilloarenaceous in composition, with little vegetable matter, and bleached by the drainage from them of water containing the products of vegetable decay. They are. in short, loamy or clay soils, and must have been sufficiently above water to admit of drainage.
Página xxxv - In 1848 he was made first-class Assistant in the department of Geology and Mineralogy in the British Museum. He published but one independent work, a ' Manual of Recent and Fossil Shells,' of which the first part appeared in 1851, and the two folio win
Página 321 - Devon," p. 5. 1865. t Quar. Journ. Geol. Soc., vol. xxiL, pages 344-5. 1866. than their conclusions. I fully admit that the rocks near Lynton appear to be the lowest, and that there appears to be a regular ascending succession of rocks from Lynton to the latitude of Barnstaple. I am, however, compelled to dispute the reality of this apparent order of succession, and to suppose that there is either a concealed anticlinal, with an inversion to the north, or, what I believe to be much more probable,...
Página xxxi - On the Determination of the Distance of a Comet from the Earth, and the Elements of its Orbit; 3. Account of the ' ' Traité sur le flux et reflux de la Mer," of Daniel Bernoulli ; and a Treatise on the Attractions of Ellipsoids.

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