Illustrated Milkman

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Type X (px) Y (px) X (px) Y (px) Width Height Label
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 55.7 ± 10.3 476.0 ± 7.3 433.1 ± 16.2 465.9 ± 80.2 keywords chalk (7) erosion (4) chalk promontory (1) geology (4) sediment (1) needles (1) Landscape (1) frost (4) Chalk Promontory (1) Cliff (1) promontory (2) needle (1) undercuts (1) steps (1) caves (1) sea (2) arch (1) ship (2) section (1) cliff (5) Geology:section of chalk promontory:frost action (1) water (2) shoreline (1) coast (1) ocean (1) rock (1) boat (1)
Inscription 110.5 ± 65.1 895.5 ± 20.3 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken down by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a "needle" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving. (1) Fig 5.-Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a "needle" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving (1) Fig. %.--Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a "needle" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving. (1) Ideal section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portionsindicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a "needle" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving. (1) Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing th crown of the arch broken through by the continuous action of the frost. (1) Ideal section of a chalk promontory showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of frost. (1) Fig. 5 - Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a "needle" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving. (1) Ideal section of chalk promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a "needle" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving. (1)

No illustrations: 1
Has illustrations: 17
Skipped: 2

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chalk (8) erosion (4) chalk promontory (1) geology (4) sediment (1) needles (1) sea (2) cliff (5) water (2) rock (1) boat (1) Landscape (1) frost (4) Chalk Promontory (1) Cliff (1) Landscape (1) promontory (3) needle (1) undercuts (1) steps (1) caves (1) arch (1) s.j. mackie (1) ship (2) section (1) Geology:section of chalk promontory:frost action (1) shoreline (1) coast (1) ocean (1)

Keywords: chalk; erosion; chalk promontory; geology; sediment

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Keywords: geology; chalk; needles; erosion;

Inscription: {"text"=>"Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken down by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving."}

Keywords: sea;cliff;water;rock;boat

Species: {"common"=>"bird", "scientific"=>""}

Keywords: Landscape, frost, Chalk Promontory, Cliff

Inscription: {"text"=>"Fig 5.-Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving"}

Keywords: chalk; promontory; needle; undercuts; steps, caves; sea; arch

Inscription: {"text"=>"Fig. %.--Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving."}

Keywords: geology, erosion, cliff, chalk

Inscription: {"text"=>"Ideal section of chalk promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving."}

Keywords: ship

Inscription: {"text"=>"Ideal section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portionsindicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving."}

Keywords: geology;chalk;promontory;frost;section;cliff;

Inscription: {"text"=>"Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing th crown of the arch broken through by the continuous action of the frost."}

Keywords: Geology:section of chalk promontory:frost action

Inscription: {"text"=>"Ideal section of a chalk promontory showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of frost."}

Keywords: frost,water

Inscription: {"text"=>"Fig 5.- Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showin the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same ageney, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving"}

Keywords: erosion; cliff; shoreline; coast; chalk; ocean; ship

Inscription: {"text"=>"Fig. 5 - Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portions indicate the parts afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\" and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving."}

Keywords: chalk; frost; cliff;

Inscription: {"text"=>"Ideal Section of Chalk Promontory, showing the crown of the arch broken through by the continued action of the frost. The faint portionss indicate the part afterwards worn away by the continuance of the same agency, until a \"needle\", and cliff result, as shown by the darker portions of the engraving."}

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Contributor: S. J. Mackie illustrator