RECORD: Darwin, C. R. It may be suspected from correlation in range of cleavage with lines of disturbance. (11.1843) CUL-DAR42.55 Transcribed by John van Wyhe (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)
REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by John van Wyhe, corrections by Kees Rookmaaker 5.2011. RN1
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It may be suspected from correlation in range of cleavage with lines of disturbance (& considering lamination of lava volcanic rocks) that due to stretching — great continuity of cleavage not greater than great chains of mountains.— Why then diagonal to horizontal —
Introduce the notion if we follow out analog from lava — cleavage؟ diagonal between is vertical stretching & a horizontal shrinking [sketch]
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