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" Quarterly,' from whom he quotes the following passage: " It is no argument against the views that naturally arise out of the summary of the facts of Palaeontology, as they are now known, to urge that ' the fish and reptiles of the secondary rocks are... "
The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of ... - Seite 432
1854
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Band 51

1851
...the pulmoniferous mollusca, as well as of Helices and other land shells of the same era. Eighthly, the fish and reptiles of the secondary rocks are as...developed in their organization as those now living. The birds are represented by numerous foot-prints and coprolites in the Trias of New England, and by...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 51

Robert Jameson - 1851
...the pulmoniferous mollusca, as well as of Helices and other land shells of the same era. Eighthly, the fish and reptiles of the secondary rocks are as...developed in their organization as those now living. The birds are represented by numerous foot-prints and coprolites in the Trias of New England, and by...
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

1851
...the pulmoniferous mollusca, as well as of Helices and other land shells of the same era. Eighthly, the fish and reptiles of the secondary rocks are as...developed in their organization as those now living. The birds are represented by numerous foot-prints and coprolites in the Trias of New England, and by...
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The Quarterly Journal, Band 7

Geological Society of London - 1851
...the pnlmoniferous molluscs, as well as of Helices and other land shells of the same era. Eighthly, the fish and reptiles of the secondary rocks are as...developed in their organization as those now living. The birds are represented by numerous foot-prints and coprolites in the Trias of New England, and by...
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Vestiges of the natural history of creation [by R. Chambers].

Robert Chambers - 1853
...no argument against the views that naturally arise out of the summary of the facts of Paleontology as they are now known, to urge that ' the fish and...organization as those now living.' — (Sir Charles Lifell.) . . . One of the leading distinctions amongst animals is the position of the skeleton ; the...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

Robert Chambers - 1860 - 286 Seiten
...demonstrated, not only in that but in many other contemporary ganoids, it cannot be admitted that ' the fish of the secondary rocks are as fully developed in their organization as those now living.' " To the arguments against that succession on which Sir Charles Lyell founds his statements, that no...
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Archaia; or, Studies of the cosmogony and natural history of the Hebrew ...

John William Dawson (sir.) - 1860
...the pulmoniferons mollusca, as well as of Helices and other land-shells of the same ora.* " Eighthly, the fish and reptiles of the secondary rocks are as...developed in their organization as those now living. The birds are represented by numerous foot-prints and coprolites in the Trias of New England, and by...
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Vestiges of the natural history of creation [by R. Chambers].

Robert Chambers - 1860
...demonstrated, not only in that but in many other contemporary ganoids, it cannot be admitted that ' the fish of the secondary rocks are as fully developed in their organization as those now living.' " To the arguments against that succession on which Sir Charles Lyell founds his statements, that no...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

Robert Chambers, Alexander Ireland - 1884 - 418 Seiten
...no argument against the views that naturally arise out of the summary of the facts of Paleontology as they are now known, to urge that ' the fish and...organization as those now living.' — (Sir Charles Lycll.) . . . One of the leading distinctions amongst anima's is the position of the skeleton ; the...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

Robert Chambers, Alexander Ireland - 1884 - 418 Seiten
...of the secondary rocks arc as fully developed in their organization as those now living.' — (5«> Charles Lyell.) . . . One of the leading distinctions...skeleton; the great binary division of Lamarck into vertcbrata and invertebrata was based upon this distinction ; and Cuvier's supplementary labours, which...
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