A Treatise on Geology; in which, the Discoveries of that Science are reconciled with the Scriptures, and the Ancient Revolutions of the Earth are shown to be Sources of Benefit to Man. Thomas TROTTER.
A Treatise on Geology; in which, the Discoveries of that Science are reconciled with the Scriptures, and the Ancient Revolutions of the Earth are shown to be Sources of Benefit to Man.

A Treatise on Geology; in which, the Discoveries of that Science are reconciled with the Scriptures, and the Ancient Revolutions of the Earth are shown to be Sources of Benefit to Man.

Pictou. Geldert & Patterson, Eastern Chronicle Office. 1845. Hardcover. 12mo. 18cm, x,224p., in the original light green brown cloth, original paper label, a very good to fine copy, rare. (scn) T.P.L. 5309. Rhodenizer p369. A very scarce Pictou imprint. - Thomas Trotter (c.1781-1855) was born in Scotland, little is known of his years except that he studied medicine for a period at the University of Edinburgh before changing to theology. He became the pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Antigonish in 1818. Trotter developed a reputation as a writer on theological and scientific topics. He contributed letters and articles to the provincial press and occasionally to British publications as well as maintaining a regular correspondence with friends and colleagues in Scotland and Nova Scotia. In 1845 A treatise on geology represented his attempt to reconcile religion and geology. Cf D.C.B. Near Fine. Item #34066

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