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" Hamilton had conceived that no stones thrown upon a current of lava would make any impression. We were soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies of five, ten, and fifteen pounds weight made little or no impression even at the source ; but bodies of... "
The Life and Remains of the Rev. Edward Daniel Clarke, LL.D., Professor of ... - Pàgina 103
per William Otter - 1824 - 670 pàgines
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The Congregational magazine [formerly The London Christian instructor]., Volum 1

1825
...opportunity to gain a momentary view down this aperture, and perceived nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine...Hamilton had conceived, that no stones thrown upon a cur* rent of lava would make any impression. We were soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies of...
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The Life and Remains of Edward Daniel Clarke: Professor of Mineralogy in the ...

William Otter - 1827 - 528 pàgines
...the red hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine the lava at its source. Sir \V. Hamilton had conceived that no stones thrown upon...made little or no impression even at the source, but bodirs of sixty, seventy, and eighty pounds, were seen to form a kind of bed upon the surface of the...
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Principles of Geology: Being an Inquiry how for the Former Changes ..., Volum 2

Sir Charles Lyell - 1835
...can imitate, and glowing with all the splendour of the sun." " Sir William Hamilton," he continues, " had conceived that no stones thrown upon a current of lava would make any impression. I was soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies, indeed, of five, ten, and fifteen pounds weight...
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Pompeii, Volum 1

George Clarke - 1836
...opportunity to gain a momentary view down this aperture, and perceived nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine...and eighty pounds were seen to form a kind of bed on the surface of the lava, and float away with it. A stone of three hundred weight that had been thrown...
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Pompeii [by W. Clarke].

William Clarke (architect.) - 1836
...opportunity to gain a momentary view down this aperture, and perceived nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine...and eighty pounds were seen to form a kind of bed on the surface of the lava, and float away with it. A stone of three hundred weight that had been thrown...
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Pompeii, Volum 1

William Clarke (architect.) - 1836
...nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine tlie lava at its source. Sir W. Hamilton had conceived...and eighty pounds were seen to form a kind of bed on the surface of the lava, and float away with it. A stone of three hundred weight that had been thrown...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1838
...opportunity to gain ä momentary view down this aperture, and perceived nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine...Sir W. Hamilton had conceived that no stones thrown npon a current of lava would make any impression. We were soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volum 12

1838
...opportunity to gain a momentary view down this aperture, and perceived nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine...Sir W. Hamilton had conceived that no stones thrown npon a current of lava would make any impression. We were soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies...
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Fragments of History: Narratives of Some of the Most Remarkable Events in ...

Henry Peter Dunster - 1850 - 313 pàgines
...opportunity to gain a momentary view down this aperture, and perceived nothing but the glare of the red-hot lava that passed beneath it. We then returned to examine...were soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies of 5, 10, or 15 pounds weight, made little or no impression, even at the source; but bodies of 60, 70,...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volum 17;Volum 21

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1868
...current of lava would produce no impression. I was soon convinced of the contrary. Light bodies, indeed, of five, ten, and fifteen pounds' weight, made little...and eighty pounds were seen to form a kind of bed on the surface of the lava, and float away with it. A stone of three hundredweight, that had been thrown...
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