Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 7 (1834), 73–74.

The Cheese-Wring, near Liskeard, Cornwall




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Geology, Degeneration, Eschatology, Piety

    Gives a brief description of this rock formation, and an extracted geological explanation. Concludes by contrasting the mutability of nature with the immutability of divine truth. Observes that the 'visible heaven and earth, are, from actual observation, "passing away". Stars have disappeared, and the mutability of our own planet is notorious'. Quotes the observations of Job, the 'wisest and most ancient of geologists', on this point. (74)

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