Essai Géologique sur l'Écosse
Title: Essai Géologique sur l'Écosse
Author: Ami Boué
Publisher: Mme De Courcier
Later Leather Bound of the Original edition
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First edition of the earliest geological account of Scotland. While a student at the University of Edinburgh, Boué (1794-1881), became interested in geology through the influence of his teacher, the mineralogist Robert Jameson. Boué’s rambles throughout Scotland allowed him to form his own conclusions as to the origin and age of the many igneous rocks of that country. This work contains much original information.
“Boué “distinguished very exactly between basaltic sheets and dykes, and described the various volcanic rocks petrographically. Although a student of Jameson, he asscoaited himself more to Hutton.
The essay is written in French.
An extremely well re-bound copy of an original 1st edition. The rebinding is probably early late 19th or early 20th century. The inside pages have some light spotting on the title pages but are otherwise clear and bright throughout. the 2 maps and seven diagrams are all present and in perfect condition.
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