10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DE LA BECHE»
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Researches in theoretical geology
Henry Thomas De La Beche Edward Hitchcock. ing the power of water to drive its
barriers before it. From the lake so produced, 530,000,000 cubic feet of water
were discharged down a narrow mountain valley in about half an hour, and must
Henry Thomas De La Beche, Edward Hitchcock, 1837
The Papers of H.T. De la Beche
(1796-1855) in the National ...
422.5 Rosie De la Beche and Bessie De la Beche photographed by Mary Dillwyn
, 1853 422.6 L.1,l. Dillwyn and Amy Dillwyn photographed by Peter Wickens Fry.
1853 422.7 L.LI. Dillwyn and Badger photographed by Mary Dillwyn, 1853 ...
Tom Sharpe, P. J. McCartney, 1998
Henry Thomas De La Beche. (also Supracretaceont). Vol. citharella? Al. Brong.,
G. (also Turin, Supra- cretaceous). Vol. acuta, Sow., G. Terebra coronata, Sow., G
. Volvaria laevis, Sow., G. Baculites or Hamites, G. Organic Remains of the ...
Henry Thomas De La Beche, 1833
Statement and Correspondence consequent upon the ...
With respect to such of the articles detained as have been given to Lady De La
Beche by General Wyndham, I am of opinion, that Lady De La Beche cannot
successfully take any step to recover them. The circumstances under which they
Anne AURIOL, Lady Letitia DE LA BECHE, Henry Wyndham, 1843
Jamaican Rock Stars, 1823-1971: The Geologists who Explored ...
Lawrence J. Chubb Deceased; formerly Geological Survey of Jamaica, Kingston,
Jamaica ABSTRACT (S.K. Donovan) Henry Thomas De la Beche (1796–1855)
was one of a distinguished group of gentleman geologists whose activities and ...
The Great Devonian Controversy: The Shaping of Scientific ...
persons" to evaluate the survey impartially.55 Greenough agreed with this
proposal, urged De la Beche not to think of resigning, and said he would prime
Henry Warburton (b. c. 1784) to defend him if necessary in the House of
Martin J. S. Rudwick, 1988
REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONERS: NINETEEN VOLUMES
PAGE TheEarlof Lincoln to Sir H.T. De la Beche, Aug. 27, 1845 . 3 Sir H. T. De la
Beche and Dr. Lyon Playfair to Viscount Canning, June 1, 1846 ... 4 Dr. Lyon
Playfair to the Chief Commissioner of Her Majesty's Woods, Sept. 30, 1845 .
Whatever is Under the Earth the Geological Society of London ...
Finally, on 12 May 1851, Prince Albert came down London's Jermyn Street there
to open for De La Beche a splendid new building which was to be the
headquarters of the Geological Survey, the home of the Museum of Economic
G. L. Herries Davies, 2007
Dinosaurs and Other Extinct Saurians: A Historical Perspective
However, as De la Beche noted in his diaries for 1818 and 1819, Home's
interpretation and christening of the new animal was not popular (see Howe et al.
1981, p. 16). Konig had already named the animal Ichthyosaurus in 1817 (
Time's Arrow, Time's Cycle: Myth and Metaphor in the ...
(1830, 123) Surely, De la Beche had drawn his nature Professor Ichthyosaurus to
mock this peculiar reverie. In support of this interpretation, De la Beche dated his
lithograph in the lower-right-hand corner as 1830, year of publication for ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DE LA BECHE»
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Scarcely a sound but birdsong in the disused ironworks
De la Beche geological unconformity, with yellow inferior oolite over steeply dipping grey Carboniferous limestone. Photograph: Philip Bishop / ... «The Guardian, Jun 15»
British Geological Society Keyworth – Open Day
A packed programme of presentations is taking place in the De La Beche conference suite, which you will find upstairs in the Red Zone. «West Bridgford Wire, Jun 15»
Directors who misled people into paying total of £12m to reduce …
... in Adelaide Street, Sears House on Alamein Road in Morfa, Clipper House on Quay Parade and Dynevor House on De La Beche Street. «South Wales Evening Post, Jun 15»
'Tornado' hits Morriston and fallen trees close a Tonna road
Elliott Jones, of nearby De La Beche Terrace, said: "I was in the house. A tree taller than my house was blown down from a garden and landed ... «South Wales Evening Post, May 15»
How a student beat top scientists to first reveal the power of Jurassic …
'Duria Antiquior' (1830) by Henry De la Beche – spot the Dapedium. Henry De la Beche. Click to enlarge. Dapedium was a deep-bodied fish, ... «The Conversation UK, Jan 15»
Jaw mechanics of a shell-crushing Jurassic fish revealed
... nineteenth century fossil collector Mary Anning, and fascinated early palaeontologists such as Henry De la Beche and Louis Agassiz. «Phys.Org, Jan 15»
Back in 1906, crossing De La Beche Street in Swansea was a walk …
This is the junction of De La Beche Street and Mount Pleasant. On the right, now, is Swansea Police Station and the junction is a busy one with ... «Southwales Evening Post, Sep 14»
Likely loss of alpine hut lamented
De La Beche Hut was demolished in 2012 because of extensive deterioration; Beetham Hut was destroyed by an avalanche about 20 years ... «Otago Daily Times, Jul 14»
BOWLS: Old Landorians back on top of Swansea League
Sketty Church moved up into fourth after picking up maximum points from their 101-62 win against Hafod at De La Beche with Arthur Mitchell ... «Southwales Evening Post, Jun 14»
'We'll be bowled over by cutbacks'
... Bowls Club who are upset at Swansea Council who are threatening to withdraw maintenance for the bowling green at De La Beche Park. «Southwales Evening Post, Jun 14»