Lyell and Poulett Scrope, in this country, resumed the work of the Italians and of Hutton; and the former, aided by a marvellous power of clear exposition, placed upon an irrefragable basis the truth that...
The frontispiece of Mr. Lyell’s book is enough to throw a Wernerian into fits.
We cannot see how the evidence afforded by the unquestioned progressive development of organised existence—crowned as it has been by the recent creation of the earth’s greatest wonder, MAN, can be set aside, or its...
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