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" The area over which this upraising took place was estimated at one hundred thousand square miles : the rise upon the coast was from two to four feet ; at the distance of a mile inland, it was estimated from five to seven feet. "
Outlines of Physical Geography - Página 24
por George William Fitch - 1867 - 112 páginas
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The Quarterly Journal, Volumen17

1824
...distance of from two to three miles from the shore, diminishing both ways. The rise on the coast is from two to four feet ; at the distance of a mile inland, the rise must have been from fire to six or seven feet ; for in the cut for the tail water course of...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen34

1826
...;' the supposed area over which the earthquake extended on the land was estimated at 100,000 square miles. ' The rise upon the coast was from two to four feet : — at the distance of a mile inland it must have been from live to six, or seven feet.'* Nearly at the same period, when these stupendous...
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An Account of Some Geological Specimens from the Coasts of Australia

William Henry Fitton - 1826 - 64 páginas
...raised by the earthquake ; the greatest rise being at the distance of about two miles from the shore. The rise upon the coast was from two to four feet : — at the distance of a mile, inland, it must have been from five to six, or seven feet." pp. 40, 45. 29 the actual condition of its surface,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen34

1826
...;' the supposed area over which the-earthquake extended on the land was estimated at 10O.OOO square miles. ' The rise upon the coast was from two to four feet: — at the distance of a mile iuland it must have been from Hve lo six, or seven feet.'* Nearly at the same period, when these stupendous...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Volumen2

John White Webster, John Ware, Daniel Treadwell - 1825
...distance of from two to three miles from the shore, diminishing both ways. The rise on the coast is from two to four feet ; at the distance of a mile, inland, the rise must have been from five to six or seven feet ; for in the cut for the tail water-course of...
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Principles of Geology: Being an Inquiry how Far the Former Changes ..., Volumen2

Sir Charles Lyell - 1835 - 1782 páginas
...supposed to have been raised, the greatest rise being at the distance of about two miles from the shore. " The rise upon the coast was from two to four feet :— at the distance of a mile ' * Journ. of Sci., vol. xvii. inland it must have been from five to six, or seven feet."* The soundings...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volumen9

1843
...former level. The area over which this upraising took place was estimated at one hundred thousand square miles : the rise upon the coast was from two to four feet ; at the distance of a mile inland, it was estimated from five to seven feet. On the 18th of March in the year 1790, at St. Maria di Niscomi,...
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The Southern literary messenger, Volumen9

1843
...level. The area over which this upraising M[ place was estimated at one hundred thousand •Ч'аге miles : the rise upon the coast was from two to four feet ; at the distance of a mile inland, « ч» estimated from five to seven feet. On the 18* of March in the year 1790, at St. Maria di Naeomi,...
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The World: Or, First Lessons in Astronomy and Geology: In Connetion with the ...

Hamilton Lanphere Smith - 1848 - 324 páginas
...extended from the sea coast to the foot of the Andes, was estimated at one hundred thousand square miles. The rise upon the coast, was from two to four feet. In the year 1790 during several shocks, a space of ground three Italian miles in circumference, sank...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1856 - 225 páginas
...reckoned the permanent ^|^Rpn and depression of large areas of land, the opening or extensive fissures, great oceanic waves, etc. 191. The earthquake of Chile,...miles. The rise upon the coast was from two to four feet:—at the distance of a mile inland it was supposed to be nearly twice as many. It has been conjectured...
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