The island of Fernando dc Xoronlia pro vim-g n irfuutl ta#39;XHIIlilta#39; of sea water as a nn-clmniisil imtor ot ilostim-tiu- ... and their is no doubt saliferous rocks are to be found, from which the inhabitants of this zone extract great quantities of common ... This a#39; I I ran ..\.\a#39;.agt;\. that those islands were much larger in formcr times. Their margins lia\c llta#39;la#39;ll continuouslv ... .\linni\ (ii-rues, Esllllilfl Santo. and others dot- omimscd glanite rocks are tound lllagt;\\ll to a depth of 30 metres. and m-casionally men toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Twentieth Century Impressions of Brazil|
|Author||:||W. Feldwick, L. T. Delaney, Arnold Wright|