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" Extract of a Letter from Prof. Bailey to JL Smith. — "Charleston is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred feet in thickness, every cubic inch of which is filled with myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells, however,... "
Public Documents of Massachusetts - 第 63 頁
Massachusetts 著 - 1875
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The British Quarterly Review, 第 1 卷

Henry Allon - 1845
...Professor Bailey, giving an account of some of these infusorial deposits. It appears that Charleston is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred feet in thickness ; every cubic inch is filled with millions of microscopic shells. There are beds of the same nature beneath Richmond and...
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The Treasury of Natural History: Or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature ...

Samuel Maunder - 1848 - 812 頁
...Bailey tells ns that the town of Charleston, in the United States, is built upon a bed of animálculo) several hundred feet In thickness, every cubic inch...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. He says also, that these poiylhalamia, or many-chambered shclU, to •!.". labour South Carolina owes...
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Phosphate Rocks of South Carolina and the "great Carolina Marl Bed": With ...

Francis Simmons Holmes - 1870 - 87 頁
...Professor J. Lawrence Smith, remarks : "You can 2 inform the good people of Charleston that their city is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells, however, do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, etc., belong to the silicious...
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Mineralogy and Chemistry, 第 1 卷

John Lawrence Smith - 1873 - 401 頁
...the accompanying note.* A fuller * Extract of a Letter from Prof. Bailey to JL Smith. — "Charleston is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells, however, do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, etc., belong to the siliceous...
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Mineralogy and Chemistry, 第 1 卷

John Lawrence Smith - 1873 - 401 頁
...accompanying note.* A fuller * Extract of a Letter from Prof. Bailey to JL Smith. — " Charleston is built upon a "bed of animalcules several hundred...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells, however, do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, etc., belong to the siliceous...
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Mineralogy and Chemistry, 第 1 卷

John Lawrence Smith - 1878 - 401 頁
...note.* A fuller * Extract of a Letter from Prof. Bailey to JL Smith.—" Charleston is built upon a ted of animalcules several hundred feet in thickness,...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells, however, do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, etc., belong to the siliceous...
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Original Researches in Mineralogy and Chemistry

John Lawrence Smith - 1884 - 630 頁
...expected from him at some future * Extract of a Letter from Prof. Bailey to JL Smith : " Charleston is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells, however, do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, etc., belong to the siliceous...
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Toilers in the Sea

Mordecai Cubitt Cooke - 1889 - 373 頁
...also in Madagascar and the West Indies. Professor Baily remarks that Charleston is built upon a bed of several hundred feet in thickness, every cubic inch...which is filled with myriads of perfectly preserved shells of Foraminifera. The most prolific beds of defunct Foraminifera are those of the chalk, which...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1845
...will be by a skillful hand. • Extract of a letter from Prof. Bailey to JL Smith. — " Charleston is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells however do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, &c., belong to the siliceous...
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The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 第 15 卷

1845
...this most distinctly. — Bot. Zeitung, Jan. 10, 1845. INFUSORIAL DEPOSITS IN AMERICA. " Charleston is built upon a bed of animalcules several hundred...myriads of perfectly preserved microscopic shells. These shells however do not, like those beneath Richmond and Petersburg, &c., belong to the siliceous...
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