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" All the stones, when first found, were friable, being easily broken between the fingers ; this was especially the case, where they had been buried in the moist earth ; but by exposure to the air, they gradually hardened. This stone was all in fragments,... "
Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences - Página 149
por Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1810 - 42 páginas
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen5

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1808
...of fragments of this last stone, compared with its specifick gravity, we concluded that its weigTit could not have fallen much short of 200 pounds. All...possession weighs six pounds, and is very perfect in its charat teristicfc marks. Of smaller pieces we have a good collection. They possess every variety of...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen5

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1808
...weight could not have fallen much short of 200 pounds. Л11 the stones, when first found, were fribble, being easily broken between the fingers ; this was...found on Tashowa hill is the largest with which we are-acquainted. Mr. Bronson's is the next in size. The largest specimen in our possession weighs six...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen5

David Phineas Adams, William Emerson, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1808
...;,izeof a man's fist, and was rapidly dispersed by numerous visitors, who carried it away at pleasuic. Indeed we found it difficult to obtain a sufficient...fraction of an ounce. The piece lately found on Tashowa bill is tl.e largest with which we are acquainted. Mr. Dronson's is the next in size. The largest specimen...
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The Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal, Volumen3

1808
...said, because only comparatively small fragments of the great body of the meteor have been obtained. Few of the specimens weigh one pound, most of them...pound, and from that to the fraction of an ounce. Mr. Bronson's piece is the largest with which we are acquainted ; we possess the next, which weighs...
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The Literary panorama, Volumen5,Tema 1809

1809
...saidj because only comparatively small fragments of the great body of the meteor have been obtained. Few of the specimens weigh one pound — most of them less than hulfa pound, -and from that to the fraction of an ounce. Mr. Kronson's piece is the largest with winch...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1869
...rapidly dispersed by numerous visitors, who carried it away at pleasure. Indeed we found it difficult td obtain a sufficient supply of specimens of the various...Hill is the largest with which we are acquainted. Mr. Branson's is the next in size. The largest specimen in our possession weighs six pounds, and is very...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1869
...that a large and heavy body had really fallen from the skies with tremendous momentum. From the best information which we could obtain of the quantity...Hill is the largest with which we are acquainted. Mr. Branson's is the next in size. The largest specimen in our possession weighs six pounds, and is very...
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Philosophical Magazine, Volumen30

1808
...said, because only comparatively small fragments of the great body of the meteor have been obtained. Few of the specimens weigh one pound — most of them...pound, and from that to the fraction of an ounce. Mr. Bronson-s piece is the largest with which we are acquainted ; we possess the next, which weighs...
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