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MAY I be allowed a short space in reply to Prof. Hull's courteous reference to my letter on the Charnwood rocks, for I fear that I have failed to make two points in that sufficiently clear? One was,(More)
As it appears from the “Notes” in the last number of NATURE that the swallowing of a lizard by a viper is not usual, I may mention an instance which came under my own observation. Many years since, I(More)
MANY geologists affirm that the Scandinavian ice-sheet became confluent with that of Scotland, and reached the East Anglian coasts. Perhaps some of your readers could inform me whether the following(More)