The sound spoke eloquently to the geologistthe thousands and thousands of

The sound spoke eloquently to the geologistthe

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The sound spoke eloquently to the geologist;the thousands and thousands of stones which, striking against eachother, made the one dull uniform sound, were all hurrying in onedirection. What would be the opinion of ageologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of allkinds of animals and of all ages, thus embedded in one thick earthymass? Would he not attribute it to a flood having swept over thesurface of the land, rather than to the common order of things?(7/10. Leaves. CHAPTER VIII. Bell,who well foresaw, from its short, broad head, and strong claws ofequal length, that its habits of life would turn out very peculiar,and different from those of its nearest ally, the Iguana. I havefrequently observed small fly-eating lizards, when watchinganything, nod their heads in precisely the same manner; but I donot at all know for what purpose. The old gentleman offered to come himself; but for a longtime nothing would persuade him that two Englishmen really wishedto go to such an out-of-the-way place as Cucao. (PLATE 34. stratified, in Andes. Thecrown of branches at the summit is out of all proportion small tothe trunk; and the leaves are likewise small compared with thebranches. Waiomio.
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