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" These little shells, therefore, suggest the fact that there 'are no currents at the bottom of the sea whence they came — that... "
A Life of Matthew Fontaine Maury, U.S.N. and C.S.N.: Author of Physical ... - Page 100
by Nannie Corbin - 1888 - 326 pages
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1855
...sent them to Prof. Bailey, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave ; and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised...'are no currents at the bottom of the sea whence they came — that Brooks's lead found them where they were deposited in their burial place after having...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical and Statistical Society, Volumes 1-2

American Geographical and Statistical Society - Geography - 1852
...them to Prof. Bailey, of 'West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave them, and that eminent microscopist- was quite as much surprised to find, as I was to learn, that att these specimens of deep sea soundings are filled with 3 microscopic shells. " Not a particle of...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 61

Technology - 1854
...them to Professor Baily, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave, and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised...his own words, ' not a particle of sand or gravel txists in them.' "These little shells, therefore, suggest the fact that there are no currents at the...
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Shaffner's Telegraph Companion, Volumes 1-2

Telegraph - 1854
...AVcst Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave, and that eminent rnicroscopist was quite as much surprised to find, as I was to learn,...words, ' not a particle of sand or gravel exists in lliem.' These little shells, therefore, suggest the fact, that there are no currents at the bottom...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 61

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1854
...them to Professor Baily, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave, and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised...filled with microscopic shells; to use his own words, ' nut a partkle of sand or gravel exists in them.' " These little shells, therefore, suggest the fact...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 61

Industrial arts - 1854
...are filled with microscopic shells; to use his own words, ' not a particle of sand or gravel exiiti in them.' "These little shells, therefore, suggest...are no currents at the bottom of the sea whence they came — that Brook's lead found them where they were deposited in their burial place after they had...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1855
...sent them to Prof. Bailey, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave ; and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised...are no currents at the bottom of the sea whence they came — that Brooks's lead found them where they were deposited in their burial place after having...
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Annual of scientific discovery. 1855

1855
...sent them to Prof. Bailey, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave ; and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised...are no currents at the bottom of the sea whence they came — that Brooks's lead found them where they were deposited in their burial place after having...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1855
...sent them to Prof. Bailey, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave ; and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised...that all these specimens of deep-sea soundings are rilled with microscopic shells ; to use his own words, " not a particle of sand or gravel exists in...
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The Story of the Telegraph, and a History of the Great Atlantic Cable: A ...

Charles Frederick Briggs, Augustus Maverick - Cables [Submarine ] - 1858 - 255 pages
...sent them to Prof. BAILEY, of West Point, for examination under his microscope. This he kindly gave ; and that eminent microscopist was quite as much surprised to find, as I was to learn, that all those specimens of deep-sea soundings are filled with microscopic shells ; to use his own words, "not...
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