Mirror of Literature, 10 (1827), 67.
Vulcanology, Wonder, Chemistry, Heat, Fear
Notes that 'some philosophers have concluded, that in the bowels of burning mountains there are various sorts of bodies which probably ferment by moisture, and being thus expanded, at last produce eruptions and explosions'.
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