. Earth, sea and sky, or, Marvels of the universe [microform] : being a full and graphic description of all that is wonderful in every continent of the globe, in the world of waters and the starry heavens : containing thrilling adventures on land and sea ... : embracing the striking physical features of the earth ... including a vivid description of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans ... : together with the amazing phenomena of the solar and starry systems : the whole comprising a vast treasury of all that is marvelous and wonderful in the earth, sea, air, and skies. Science; Natural hist

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. Earth, sea and sky, or, Marvels of the universe [microform] : being a full and graphic description of all that is wonderful in every continent of the globe, in the world of waters and the starry heavens : containing thrilling adventures on land and sea ... : embracing the striking physical features of the earth ... including a vivid description of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans ... : together with the amazing phenomena of the solar and starry systems : the whole comprising a vast treasury of all that is marvelous and wonderful in the earth, sea, air, and skies. Science; Natural history; Astronomy; Earth; Ethnology; Sciences; Sciences naturelles; Astonomie; Terre; Ethnologie. «viii.^)v«r9viv| count for the orii^in of inadmissible that thi\- losphcre. Tlic iiv^rpL. â been discovered in it, d on the tops of lii^h le case, the enormous furnish tlie particles of is, alone, sufficient to cs from terrestrial vol- 5t been observed, and e nearest volcano, and olcanic product. La- )es. ic lunar surface, where "seven thousand seven tuld be carried beyc^id 1 are ecjual, would be far within the sphere :. But the enormous e shootini; stars of all i astonished the niod- n, ere this, would lia\r ninished her orb, and ne of the first to prow loon ; but at the sanu dini; the satellite as a g explo.'iions from tlu- or all the phenomena, sc^me modifications U> wideK' embraced. I h. liber of small bodies irii^inal accumulatii-ns niter the earth in its ne ignited upon eiitcr- ty, and constitute tlic tliat are observed. is researches on flame, c solid bodies movinir. :i li "â i A SHOWER OF BRILLIANT METEORS ON THE OCEAN. (807). Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Northrop, Henry Davenport, 1836-1909. St. John, N. B. : R. A. H. Morrow

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