Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society ..., 10권

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Bombay Geographical Society, 1852
 

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134 페이지 - begins with the Banda group of islands, and extends through the Sunda group of Timor, Sumbawa, Bali, Java, and Sumatra, separated only by narrow channels, and altogether forming a gently curved line 2000 miles long ; but as the volcanic zone is continued through Barren Island and
223 페이지 - in the rock, and of inconsiderable size, which at its entrance has been built up with stone, and an opening left for people to creep in by, as in the other ; but this is found open within (or exposed to the air) after it is once entered. More than a century ago, a
135 페이지 - eruption. The summit of this cone is 1690 French feet in height, corresponding to that of the circular border which encircles the basin, so that it can only be seen from the sea through the ravines."* Barren Island was visited by Dr. John Adam in 1831. The water close
223 페이지 - 450 miles! The opening is square, about six feet above the ground, ascended by a flight of stone steps, just large enough to allow a person to crawl in. The cavern is very dark, and no one knows the exact size of it. Adjoining is a
156 페이지 - and the Vivarais. Near the middle of this ,-, tufaceous mass, and therefore at the depth of thirty feet or more from the surface, just where the two beds of tuff meet, Captain
41 페이지 - in the Vicinity of the Median wall of Xenophon, and along the old course of the River Tigris. By FELIX JONES, COMMANDER, Indian Navy.
156 페이지 - Malcolm in his late expedition into Central India, states that the river Nerbuddah, in Malwa, has its channel excavated through columnar basalt, on which rest
156 페이지 - was shown, near the city of Mhysir, buried bricks and large earthen vessels, said to have belonged to the ancient city of
134 페이지 - Bali, Java, and Sumatra, separated only by narrow channels, and altogether forming a gently curved line 2000 miles long ; but as the volcanic zone is continued through Barren Island and
227 페이지 - of England, It is in the grey, and usually calcareous beds that they occur. It is well known, too,

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