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Subject: Natural History Printing Year: 1850-1899
Format: Fine Binding Special Attributes: 1st Edition
Sub-Subject: Paleontology Language: English
Origin: London
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THE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON
VOLUME THE TWENTY SEVENTH
1871



Published in London in
1873
this is the 29th volume of the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, with many papers on Geology & Paleontology

THE FULL CONTENTS AS FOLLOWS

G. H. F. Ulrich Observations on some of the Recent Tin-ore Discoveries in New England, New South Wales
W. Johnson Sollas and A. J. Jukes-Browne On the included Rock-fragments of the Cambridge Upper Greensand
H. Alleyne Nicholson On the Geology of the Thunder-Bay and Shabendowan Mining Districts on the North Shore of Lake Superior
J. W. Dawson Note on the Relations of the Supposed Carboniferous Plants of Bear Island with the Palæozoic Flora of North America
Henry Woodward Further Notes on Eocene Crustacea from Portsmouth
Henry Woodward On a New Trilobite from the Cape of Good Hope
S. H. Wintle On an extensive Landslip at Glenorchy, Tasmania
Henry Hicks On the Tremadoc Rocks in the neighbourhood of St. David's, South Wales, and their Fossil Contents
O. Fisher On the Phosphatic Nodules of the Cretaceous Rock of Cambridgeshire
W. Johnson Sollas On the Ventriculitæ of the Cambridge Upper Greensand
C. J. A. Meyer Further Notes on the Punfield Section
W. Johnson Sollas On the Coprolites of the Upper Greensand Formation, and on Flints
John W. Judd The Secondary Rocks of Scotland
Thomas Davidson Note on some Brachiopoda collected by Mr. Judd from the Jurassic Deposits of the East Coast of Scotland
J. F. Campbell On the Glaciation of Ireland
Samuel Sharp The Oolites of Northamptonshire. Part II
James Bryce On the Jurassic Rocks of Skye and Raasay
Ralph Tate Appendix.-On the Palæontology of Skye and Raasay
D. Mackintosh Observations on the more remarkable Boulders of the Northwest of England and the Welsh Borders
Prof. D. T. Ansted On Solfataras and Deposits of Sulphur at Kalamaki, near the Isthmus of Corinth
J. Lucas On the Origin of Clay-Ironstone
Dawson Note in vindication of Leptophlœum rhombicum and Lepidodendron gaspianum.
F. W. Hutton Synopsis of the Younger Formations of New Zealand
W. Carruthers On the Tree Ferns of the Coal-Measures, and their Relations to other Living and Fossil Forms
A. H. Schindler Notes on the Geology of Kazirún, Persia
T. G. Bonney Lakes of the North-eastern Alps, and their bearing on the Glacier-erosion theory
Signor B. Gastaldi On the Effects of Glacier-erosion in Alpine Valleys Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, January 1873, v. 29:396-401,
Professor Edward Hull On the Permian Breccias and Boulder-beds of Armagh
G. W. Stow Geological Notes on Griqualand West
Prof. T. Rupert Jones On some Bivalve Entomostraca, chiefly Cypridinidæ, of the Carboniferous Formations
P. Martin Duncan On the genus Palæocoryne, Duncan & Jenkins, and its Affinities
R. Mortimer Notes on Markings in the Chalk of the Yorkshire Wolds
Sir Philip Grey Egerton On Platysiagum sclerocephalum, Egerton, and Palæospinax priscus, Egerton
Thomas Wright On a new Genus of Silurian Asteriadæ.
J. Clifton Ward The Glaciation of the Northern part of the Lake-district
Frederic Drew Alluvial and Lacustrine Deposits and Glacial Records of the Upper-Indus Basin
W. T. Blanford On the Nature and Probable Origin of the Superficial Deposits in the Valleys and Deserts of Central Persia
P. Martin Duncan On Caryophyllia Bredai, Milne-Edwards & Jules Haime, from the Red Crag of Woodbridge
James Buckman On the Cephalopoda-bed and the Oolite Sands of Dorset and part of Somerset
H. G. Seeley On Cetarthrosaurus Walkeri (Seeley), an Ichthyosaurian from the Cambridge Upper Greensand
On six Lake-basins in Argyllshire
Professor Owen Description of the Skull of a Dentigerous Bird (Odontopteryx toliapicus, Ow.) from the London Clay of Sheppey
J. W. Hulke Contribution to the Anatomy of Hypsilophodon Foxii. An Account of some recently aquired Remains
James Geikie On the Glacial Phenomena of the Long Island or Outer Hebrides
J. F. Campbell Notes on the Glacial Phenomena of the Hebrides
P. Martin Duncan On the Older Tertiary Formations of the West-Indian Islands
R. Etheridge Note on the Lignite Deposit of Lal-Lal, Victoria, Australia


THE BOOK
the book is handsomely bound in an old contemporary half leather binding with raised bands, titled and decorated in gilt to the spine, internally
ILLUSTRATED
with
LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES
Folding tables Geological Maps and other illustrations within the text,
a Large Heavy Format measuring 9 inches by 6 inches approx ( 23cm by 15cm approx) over 600 pages

CONDITION
binding has some rubbing wear with some scuffs and scrapes to the leather, corner and edge rubbing, , internally some mild foxing, a few marks (see pictures) else the contents are in good clean general condition
many pages remain unopened along top and leading edges
this can be resolved with careful use of a sharp knife , and a degree of patience

A HANDSOMELY BOUND EXAMPLE OF THIS IMPORTANT GEOLOGICAL JOURNAL CONTAINING A WEALTH OF INFORMATION AND PAPERS ON THE LATEST DISCOVERIES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SCIENCES OF GEOLOGY AND PALAEONTOLOGY

BOOK IS LARGE AND HEAVY
OVER 1.5 KILOS PACKED (over 4lbs)




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