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The process of subsidence in different places and startsends with the greatest irregularity, that's why the layer groups,formed in these areas only in very rare casesto fit each other. If we compare them one with another attime, the limits of their will certainly to go, They will notto fit in any certain division. Turning to the facts, we seethat every day they reaffirm the position expressed by us a priori.Take for example the system of the old red Sandstone. In the North of England sheseems to be only one layer of conglomerate. In Herfordshire inWorcestershire and Shropshire, it expands into the group of formations with eightto ten thousand feet in thickness and consisting of conglomerates, red,green and white Sandstone, red, green, and mottled marl andcompacted limestone. To the South-West, as, for example, between Carmarthen andPembroke, these strata of the old red Sandstone are of considerablelicola-logical changes On the opposite shore of the Bristol Straitthey show the new changes in mineral characteristics. Finally, in SouthDevon and Cornwallis corresponding to this system of layers, includingmainly from shale, slate and limestone, so different fromaforesaid, that they for a long time was considered to be Silurian system. Whenwe see thus that in certain directions the whole group of precipitationthins and mineral that the symptoms vary quite ainsignificant space, it is not clear whether it becomes to us that the whole groupprecipitation was purely local? And when we find in other localities of the formation,similar to the formation of the old red Sandstone or Devonian, is it possibleto assert positively, or even to recognize only probable that each ofthese formations began and ended simultaneously with the above us? Is it possibleto do without the striking, undeniable evidence, to makewe believe such a coincidence?
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