Mirror of Literature,  4 (1824), 326–27.

Roseberry Topping, Yorkshire





Meteorology, Prognostication, Hydropathy, Mineralogy, Palaeontology

    Speaking of the 'quantity of petrified marine substances which its internal structure presents to the naturalist, the author observes: 'similar productions have been discovered on the tops of many hills still higher and farther removed from the sea than Roseberry; and yet perhaps no naturalist has hitherto accounted satisfactorily for the phenomenon' (327).

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