| Thomas Jefferson - 1803 - 388 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustomary collections of bones, and depositicn of them **together ; that the first collection had been deposited...covered more or less of it in proportion to the number** cif bones, and was then also covered with earth ; and so on. The following are the particular circumstances... | |
| Charles Brockden Brown - 1804 - 740 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustomary collection of bones, and deposition of them **together ; that the first collection had been deposited...it, and then a covering of earth ; that the second** bad been laid on this, had covered more or le*s of it, in proportion to the number of bones, and was... | |
| Thomas Smith - 1804 - 356 pages
...collection of bones, and deposition of them together ; thus, the first collection had been deposi- • led **on the common surface of the earth, a few stones put over it, and then a covering of earth** ; second had been laid on this, had covered less of it in proportion to the number of ^d was then also... | |
| American Philosophical Society - 1809 - 532 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustomary collection of bones, and deposition of them **together; that the first collection had been deposited...of it in proportion to the number of bones, and was** then also covered with earth, and so on. The following are the particular circumstances which give... | |
| 1812 - 594 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustomary collection of boues, and deposition of them **together; that the first collection had been deposited...then a covering of earth ; that the second had been** luid on this, had covered more or less of it in proportion to the number of bones, and was also then... | |
| E. Polehamton - 1815 - 714 pages
...collection of bones, and deposition of them together ; thst the first collection had been de. posited **on the common surface of the earth, a few stones put...of it in proportion to the number of bones, and was** then also covered with earth, and so on. The following are the particular circumstances which give... | |
| Frederick Butler - 1821 - 474 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustomary collections of bones, and deposition of them **together ; that the first collection had been deposited...and then a covering of earth ; that the second had** heen laid on this, had covered more or less of it in proportion to the number of bones, and was then... | |
| Thomas Jefferson - 1832 - 296 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustornary collection of bones, and deposition of them **together ; that the first collection had been deposited...earth, a few stones put over it, and then a covering of** earth,that the second had been laid on this, had covered more or less of it in proportion to the number... | |
| Thomas Jefferson - 1854 - 632 pages
...has derived both origin and growth from the accustomary collection of bones, and deposition of them **together ; that the first collection had been deposited...of it in proportion to the number of bones, and was** then also covered with earth ; and so on. The following are the particular circumstances which give... | |
| Charles Colcock Jones (Jr.) - 1859 - 36 pages
...the accustomary collection of bones, and deposition of them together : that the first collection bad **been deposited on the common surface of the earth...of it in proportion to the number of bones, and was** covered with earth, and so on. In this barrow, the bones lay in strata, entirely separated by intervening... | |
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