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SANDSTONES-continued. * . === 3. #E # Name of $5% of: * = | 33 uarry, and Proprietor of component Part- Colour. #3 *** # o Where used. -h-e-situated. arry- of-tone. |## #5 32 o | -- E -E 1 & o # Ea # lb. oz. s. d. Caatuleith, W. R. Ram-Fine quartz whitish 145 14 * prac-9d. to 1 104|Used extenCraigleith say, Esq., grains, with a grey. ticable 2s. 6d...to_. sively inpublic Hill, near of Barm- siliceous ce- length accord- 3 74 buildings in Edinburgh. ton. ment, slightly -- ing to Edinburgh; calcareous, oc- breadth, quality the College casional plates from 6 (1580), Regisof mica. in. to 10 try (1774), ft. thick. courts of law, Custom House, Royal Exchange National Monument, and numerous churches, and now using for repairs at Blackfriars Bridge. caawaask, Duke of Ha-Fine quartzose Light fer-129 25 ft. thick, is for 2 2 A Romanbrid Borrow- milton. grains, with ruginous 6 ft. blocks (A. n. 140.), stones, an argillo-si- brown. broad ; of not old church of Linlithgow- liceous --- 10 ft. -ore Kinneil, of the shire. ment, some- long. than 5 twelfth cenwhat ferru- cubic tury. ginous; disse- ft. minated mica. Duppield Mrs. Stra-Quartz grains of Light 13214/150 ft. : ls. 1d. - - St. Mary's Bank, Duf- than. moderate size, brown thickest the Bridge, Refield, Derby- and decom-o with beds white rter office, shire, posed felspar, dark about stone, techanics" with an ar- brown 4 ft.; 9d. the Lecture Hall, gillo-siliceous and half the brown and Bishop cement, ferru- purplish depth stone. Ryder's ginous spots, tints. brown, Church now and occasion- half building ally plates of white. $o ; also mica. Duthe Bridge and chimney shafts to Grammar School, Birmingham. Duke’squan-Duke of Quartz grains, Red, va-144 s - - 7a. 2 8 Penitentiary at nues, Holt Devon- generally ried Millbank, and Stanwell shire. coarse, with with the filling in Bridge, decomposed green, parts of WaDerbyshire. felspar, and an brown, terloo Bridge, argillo-sili- and London. ceous cement; grey. ferruginous spots. Elland Edge, - - Fine quartz Lightgreyiso 4 near Half- grains, with brown. fax, York- an argillo-silishire. ceous cement, micaceous in planes of beds. Garneatev John War-louartz grains o Cream. 135 131 to 3 tons, sd, for 2 1 laste Hall near Moon, near ton, Esq. moderate size, a bed-12 the 12 Richmond, Richmond, Gis- and an argillo- st-deep. ft. bed. and caterick Yorkshire. borough siliceous ce- bridges over ment; ferru- the Swale: ginous spots Purse *: and plates of --mica. Tees: Skelton Castle, Darlington Town Hall. kburn Hall, and numerous modern buildIngs.

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SANDSTONES – continued. * . - ==3 #3 § # Name of *::: - #### # 5 # go, roof common Part colour | #3; ####| | #33 #: Where used. where situated. uarry. of Stone. #: # 335- £3. 3. # 3353 |*33 ||3: =#| *-4 ;: lää C - -lb. oz. s. d. 1 s. d. Gattox, Gat-Lord Mon-Fine siliceous Greenish 103 1135 to 60 ft. 1 4 - - Hampton Court ton, Surrey. son. grains, with a light cube, to an windsor calcareo-si- brown. from 1 6 Castle, &c.; liceous ce- 4 to 10 many ment, contain- ft. long. churches in ing green sili- Surrey; Town cate of iron Hall and and plates of Almshouse mica. Establishment at . Croydon; and several modern buildings in the parish of Gatton. GLAMMts, Earl of Siliceous grains Purple 161 2 Any prac- 0 7 about Glammis Castle Forfarshire. Strath- of moderate grey. ticable to 19s. and Invermore's size: cement size: 1 0 per o trustees. slightly cal- thickest ton. Sastle, supcareous; mica bed 6 ft. posed of the abundant in tenth century; planes of beds. Cortachy Castle; and in modern buildings; Lendertis House, &c. Hendon, near|Mrs. Be-Coarse quartz'Light 130 111Beds 4 to 0 6 1 8 Church at HedNewcastle, wick, near grains, and de- brown 12 ft. to to don, steeple, Northum- Newcastle composed fel- ochre. thick. 0 10 || 2 0 || 1764; Norman berland. upon spar, with an chancel; coTyne. argillo-sili- lumns of porceous cement, tico to theatre, ferruginous and Grey Mospots. nument at Newcastle; and nearly all the buildings, ancient and modern, in and about Newcastle. Hollington, Sir J. Gib-Quartz grains of Light 133 1130 to 40 ft. 0 7 2 6 Trentham Hall, Stafford- bons, moderate size, brown- square, to Drayton Mashire. Bart., near with an argil- ish grey. and 8 ft. 1 0 nor, HeathStaines, lo-siliceous ce- thick. house, and Middle- ment; plates various public -ex. of mica. and private buildings in staffordshire; Town Hall, Derby: Mear Hall, Cheshire, &c. Humble, Earl of Fine quartz Pale grey White|90 cubic 1 0 || 2 6 ||Newliston Humbie, Hope- grains, with and 140 31 ft. and to to House, KirkLinlithgow- toun. siliceous ce- light grey up- 1 10 || 3 2 | liston; Dunshire. ment; slightly brown. 135 13 wards, das Castle; calcareous; if re- additions to mica chiefly in uired; the Royal Inplanes of beds. thickest stitution; front bed 8 ft. of Surgeons” Hall, spire of Tron Church, and various other public buildings in Edinburgh; also in Glas- gow. Longanner, Trustees of Fine quartz Light ser-131 114tostons;| 0 8 || 1 8 Staadt House, near Kim- late Lord grains, with rugin- thickest to to Amsterdam; cardine, in Keith. siliceous ce- ous beds 5ft. 2 6 || 3 6 Exchange, Perthshire. ment, contain- brown. Edinburgh; ing oxide of Tulle Mare iron; a few Castle, Perthplates of mica. shire; and part - of a street in - Perth.

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SANDSTONES – continued, - - -== - f * : - Name of ##| Hä |..}} #: uarry, and rietor of Component Parts Colour. #3 fo #35. o Where used. where situated arry. of Stone. ji : £5 i 53. : #3 --- - =#|*** of £5 lb. oz. s. d. s. d Munlocuy, in John Mathe-Fine, siliceous Red and 150 0 of large 0 , 5 - - Cathedral Ross-shire. son, Esq., grains, with an variega- size; to Church of of Ben- argillo-sili- ted. beds 24 0 54 Ross at Fortnetsfield. ceous cement; to 6 ft. rose, a n. 1124; micaceous. thick. #o old ridge, Uromwell Court, &c. Mylnerieln, James Fine siliceous Purplish 160 0 A. prac-10 9 |- - old steeple of or Ringoo- Mylne, grains, with a grey. ticable to Dundee, 12th one, near Esq. calcareo-argil- size. century, well Dundee, in lo-siliceous reserved: Perthshire. cement; mica- oyal Asylum oin planes 3. o o 8. -: oLighthouse, o Asylum of Perth, Kinfauns Castle, Castle Huntley, &c. &c. Paak Spaing,|Earl of Car-Fine quartz Light fer- 110 to 12 ft. Commercial near Leeds, digan. grains, and de- rugin- long : buildings at Yorkshire. composed fel- ous thickest Leeds, from spar, with an brown. bed 2 ft. the old quarry, argillo-sili- 4 in. which is of exceous cement; actly similar mica chiefly in stone to that planes of beds. of this quarry. Penshen, nearl Marquess of Coarse quartz Pale Any prac- Pensher ChaHoughton- London- grains, with whitish ticable pel - scotch le-Spring, derry. an argillo-sili- brown. size; Church, SunDurham. ceous cement; thickest derland; Sunplates of mica. bed 20 go. *:::: ft. seamann liarbour. Victoria Bridge, on the Wear, &c. Pyotnykes, Alexander Siliceous grains Purplish Thickest Extensively for near Dun- Clayhills, of moderate grey. bed 3 to the works at dee, Forfar- Esq., In-l size, with a 4 ft. Dundee Harshire. nergow- calcareo-argil- bour, &c. rie. lo-siliceous cement; micaceous. Scotgate The free-Quartz grains, Light Thickest York Castle; Heap, Hud- holders of of moderate greenish bed 3 ft. Bath Hotel, at dersfield, onley. size, with an grey. 6 in. Huddersfield. Yorkshire. argillo-siliceous cement; mica in planes of beds, and occasional specks of carbon. STANcliff, or A.H.Heath-Quartz grains of Light fer- Of very Abbey in Darle Danley cote, Esq., moderate size, rugin- large D i. Dale, nearl Black- and decom- ous size. Hall. irmingBakewell, well. posed felspar, brown. ham; GramDerbyshire. *. argil- o i so o-siliceous irmingham; cement, ferru- and Nottingginous spots, ham Railway and plates of Station mica. Houses. Stenton, near Duke of Fine quartz Ferrugin- 15 to 20 ft. The Round Barnard Cleve- grains, and de- ouslight long, 2 Keep of BarCastle, Dur-I land. composed fel- brown. ft. to 8 nard Castle; ham. spar, with an ft. in Joint Stock argillo-sili- thick- Bank, and ceous cement, ness. Market House, - ferruginous Barnard Casspecks, and tle. some plates of mica.

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