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This was the first commissioned report by the society. “The object of Col Imrie is to describe the appearances which he discovered in ascending along the bed of the river and this he seems to have done with great minuteness The most remarkable circumstances brought to view in the cleft through which the Esk flows are the gradual elevation of the sandstone from the horizontal to the vertical position and the manner in which the strata are intersected by whinstone.” [Griffiths]
Paper read March 5, 1804. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Vol. VI, Part I.
Antique journal article has been sewn into modern protective boards with cloth backing. Paper label appears on front board. Modern boards show lightly bumped outside corners. Original Pages show sporadic foxing with toning.
REF: OCLC: 21066936 – 1 copy. UCLA; Bodl: 014477837 [a reprint made in 1812 1 copy]; Griffiths: 398.
Title: A Description of the Strata Which Occur in Ascending from the Plains of Kincardineshire to the Summit of Mount Battoc, One of the Most Elevated Points in the Eastern District of the Grampian Mountains.
Illustrator: Contains in-text illustrations and large fold-out plate that measures approximately 38in. x 10.5in.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Edinburgh:, Royal Society of Edinburgh,: 1806
Binding: Sewn Binding.
lb: 5.00 lb
Seller ID: 001186