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OF THE EARLY EVENTS IN THE WORLD IS EXHIBITED, AND DIS-

TINCTLY PROVED, BY THE CORROBORATIVE TESTIMONY OF

PHYSICAL FACTS,

ON EVERY PART OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE.

By GEORGE FAIRHOLME, Esq.

" The great danger of Philosophy is its application - not to things that are, or

may be, but to the speculations for the constructure of things that are not.
“ Men of science too often imagine vanities, and support them by plausible argu.
“ ments, until, lost in the wonderment of their supposed discoveries, and unable

to apply them to simple truth, their future undertakings and writings avouch
" the scepticism of their bewildered minds."

LONDON:

JAMES RIDGWAY, PICCADILLY.

M.DCCC.XXXIII.

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