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" ... which being once filled, all the overplus of water that comes thither runs over by the lowest place, and breaking out by the sides of the hills forms single springs... "
An Examination of Dr. Burnet's Theory of the Earth - Page 29
by John Keill, M. de Maupertuis - 1734 - 4 pages
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Miscellanea Curiosa: Being a Collection of Some of the Principal ..., Volume 1

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1705 - 359 pages
...Water thereof gathers as in an Alembick into the Bafons of Stone it finds :, which being once fill'd, all the overplus of Water that comes thither runs over by the lowelt place, and breaking out by the fides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs. Many of thefe running...
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Miscellanea Curiosa: Containing a Collection of Some of the ..., Volume 1

Edmond Halley, Richard Mead - 1708 - 430 pages
...Water thereof gathers as in an Alembick into the Bafons of Stone it finds ; which being once fill'd, all the overplus of Water that comes thither runs over by the lowed place, and breaking out by the fides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs, Many of thefe running...
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The Philosophical Transactions ... Abridged ..., Volume 2

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1722
...into the Caverns of the Hills, the Water thereof gathers as in an Akmbick into the Baions of Stone ir finds, which being once filled all the overplus of Water that comes rhither runs over by the lowed Place, and breaking out by the fides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs}...
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A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy: With Notes, Containing ..., Volume 1

John Rowning - 1744
...gleeting gleeting down by the Crannies of the Stone, Part of them enters into the Caverns of the Hills ; which being once filled, all the overplus of Water...over by the loweft Place, and breaking out by the Sides of the Hills, forms fingle Springs. Many of thefe running down by the Valleys between the Ridges...
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Philosophia Britannica: Or, A New & Comprehensive System of the Newtonian ...

Benjamin Martin - 1747
...Waters thereof gather as in an Alembic, into the Bafons of Stone it finds, which being once fill'd, all the Overplus of Water that comes thither, runs over by the loweft Places, and breaking out by the Sides of the Hills, forms fmgle Springs. 1 6. Many of thefe Springs...
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A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy: With Notes, Containing ..., Volume 1

John Rowning - 1753
...Stone, Part of them enters into the Caverns of the Hills? which being once filled, all the overoverplus of Water that comes thither, runs over by the loweft Place, and breaking out by the Sides of the Hills, forms (ingle Springs. Many of thefe running down by the Valleys between the Ridges...
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An Universal Etymological English Dictionary ...

Nathan Bailey - 1756
...an alembick in the bafuns of frone it finds ; which being cnce ñlled, all the overplus of water rum over by the loweft place, and breaking out by the fides of the -nil», forms fingle fprings, and many of thefe n;ng down the valleys between the ridges :r 'he hills,...
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The new universal English dictionary. Buchanan

Nathan Bailey - 1760
...in an alembick in the bafons of itooe it 6odi ; which being once filled, all the overplus of water runs over by the loweft place, and breaking out by the fides of tbe bills, forms fingle fprings, and many of thefe running down the valleys between the ridges of ¡he...
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An Elementary Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Volume 1

René Just Haüy - 1807 - 427 pages
...entering into the caverns of the hills, they are collected into the basins of stone they find there, which being once filled, all the overplus of water that comes thither runs over by the lowest place, and breaking out by the sides of the hills forms single springs ; many of these runniug...
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Elements of Natural Philosophy: Arranged Under the Following Heads: Matter ...

1808 - 272 pages
...stone ; and entering into the caverns of the hills, gathers, as in an alembic, into the basons of stone it finds, which being once filled, all the overplus of water that comes thither, runs over by the lowest places, and breaking out by the sides of the hills forms single spings. Many of these springs...
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