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" There are of course all sorts of conjectures as to the probable cause of the occurrence: some state the stones to be of volcanic origin, others that they were hurled from the heights... "
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal - Page 413
by Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India) - 1861
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volume 7

Learned institutions and societies - 1862
...was heavily charged with electricity. 12. Such are simply the facts of the case as they occurred. 13. There are of course all sorts of conjectures as to...origin, others that they were hurled from the heights about the Station, or projected from the moon, but I am inclined to regard them as real bond fide Meteorolites....
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Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland

Royal Geological Society of Ireland - Geology - 1864
...heavily charged with electricity. " 12. Such are simply the facts of the case as they occurred. " 13. There are of course all sorts of conjectures as to...origin, others that they were hurled from the heights about the station, or projected from the Moon, but I am inclined to regard them as real bond fide meteorolites....
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Journal, Volume 10

Royal Geological Society of Ireland, Dublin - Geology - 1864
...heavily charged with electricity. " 12. Such are simply the facts of the case as they occurred. " 13. There are of course all sorts of conjectures as to...origin, others that they were hurled from the heights about the station, or projected from the Moon, but I am inclined to regard them as real bond fide meteorolites....
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Proceedings, Volume 11

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1887
...no barometer by me at the time ; I am therefore unable to state what was the precise pressure of tho atmosphere. The clouds, which were of the form technically...the moon; but I am inclined to regard them as real bond-fide meteorolites. Their weight seems to indicate that they are semi-metallic substances, composed...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 11

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Learned institutions and societies - 1887
...of partial fusion, The clouds, which were of the form technically called cumulus and cirrhus, \vere hanging low at the time, and the atmosphere heavily...the moon ; but I am inclined to regard them as real bond-fide meteorolitcs. Their weight seems to indicate that they are semi-metallic substances, composed...
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Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin

1864
...heavily charged with electricity. " 12. Such are simply the facts of the case as they occurred. " 13. There are of course all sorts of conjectures as to...origin, others that they were hurled from the heights about the station, or projected from the Moon, but I am inclined to regard them as real bond fide meteorolites....
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