Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 23, 1860., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Noah or search for Noah in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:

These animals are all known to natives of tropical climates. Either, then, our planet has slipped so far. North as to throw England and France out of their proper place by forty or fifty degrees, or some flood swept the earth before the days of Noah, compared to which Noah's flood was but an insignificant drizzle or these animals were indigenous, and formed to face the climate in which they were placed differing in that respect from their cognates in the torrid zone. The last theory, we suspNoah's flood was but an insignificant drizzle or these animals were indigenous, and formed to face the climate in which they were placed differing in that respect from their cognates in the torrid zone. The last theory, we suspect, is the true one. We are well aware that extreme antiquity is assigned to remains of this description, and that they have been made a text by some, from which to preach against the truth of the Mosate Genesis. How well founded such arguments may be, it is not for us to determine. We can only say, that we have always found the Mosaic account the most rational of all others, so far as our apprehension goes, and that he who undertakes to ever-throw the Scriptures, has quite as much upon his