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Galena, with quartz, | Dyce Nicol & Co., Cal- | Assayed for lead, silver, and gold.

from Motabarria, cutta.

near Bhagulpur.
Specimens of tin- T. W. H. Hughes, Geo-

Locality, &c.
ore from Mali-| logical Survey of India.
woon, South Bur.

Maliwoon, Kamong, Pit No. 1, gravel 120 lbs.
ma, for tin.

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V. L. Rees, Calcutta . Durjang, Bumai . Biotite schist and gneiss with garnets.
W. COLDSTREAM, Simla. Banni and Angi villages, Quartz with copper-pyrite and iron-pyrite, shale, quartz and pyrite.

Simla District.
A. M. Gow SMITH

Sikkim .

. Kaolin with small quantity of carbonate of lime.
T. W. H. HUGHES

. Metamorphics of the Seron-Corundum : Hardness nearly 9: Colour, dark cinnamon-red; specific gravity, 3*9440 at
cha District.

60° F. (3.9535 at 85° F.). Cleavage, basal (OP.) and rhombohedral (R.) Form: basal

plane (oP.) and steep pyramid 9-2 (Dana). Lustre : vitreous on cleavage-faces.
QUARTER-Master-General, Mountain in the salt desert, Large number of small specimens of chalcedonic amygdules, probably from some vesicular
Intelligence Branch, Simla. | South East Persia.

trap-rock. Two large specimens of impure jasper. One of pink gypsum with small
quantities of carbonate of lime. Bottle-green piece of calcite, from marble quarries near

Yezd.
G. B. REYNOLDS . . . Warora Colliery . . Specimens of clay, and bricks made from the same, tested at a white heat with the following

results:
No. 1. Tile made of same clay as No. 2, but more finely sifted.

A chip with sharp edges, exposed to a white heat, showed no signs of fusion;

specimen strong and fairly compact.
No. 2. Taper brick made of

11 2. Less compact. Showed no sign of fusion.
the white clay overlying coal
at Warora, & raw clay, $

burnt.
No. 3. Brick made of material

similar to Nos. I and 2, but

blackened inside.
No. 4. Broken piece of brick,

„ 4. Very porous and friable.
made of some black clay in

the pit.
No. 5. Raw clay. .

,, 5. Completely fused into a vesicular mass.
No. 6. Bottom clay, raw, No. 2

,, 6. Slight fusion. At white heat edges sharp, surface slightly vitrified, compact. Colour
seam.

changed to light grey on surface, but remained black inside.
No. 7. Middle band, raw, No. 2

„ 7. Similar results.
seam.
No. 8. Middle band, raw, No. 3

,, 8. Ditto. Not so compact and strong as Nos. 6 and 7.
seam,

The black colour probably due to the action of carbonaceous matter, which is present,

having reduced the iron to the condition of magnetic oxide. H. M. Becher, Singapore . Jani, Meerut District . Augite in cavity in rock-specimen. Faces exhibited: (P.) (110), o Roo. (010), P. (111),

2P. (221), P (100), 02P. (120).

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Notifications by the Government of India during the months of August,

September and October 1891, published in the Gazette of India,"
Part 1.-Appointment, Confirmation, Promotion, Reversion and
Retirement.

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Annual Increments to Graded Officers sanctioned by the Government of

India during August, September and October 1891..

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ADDITIONS TO THE MUSEUM.

From ist OCTOBER TO 31st December 1890.
A specimen of pyrrhotite in quartz, from 40 miles south of Ranchi, Chota Nagpur.

PreseNTED BY R. R. WALLER.
Agate.like layers formed in silicate of soda.

PRESENTED BY Col. J. WATERHOUSE.

ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY.

FROM IST OCTOBER TO 31ST DECEMBER 1890. Titles of Books.

Donors. BAYBERGER, Emmeran.-Physikalische und Geologische Verhältnisse des Chiemsees. 8°

Pam. Leipzig, 1890. Bigot, A.-L'Archéen et le Cambrien dans le Nord du Massif Breton et leurs équiva

lents dans le Pays de Galles. 8o Cherbourg, 1890. BLANCKENHORN, Max.-Beiträge zur Geologie Syriens : Die Entwickelung des Kreide

systems in Mittel-und-Nord-Syrien mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der paläontologischen Verhältnisse nebst einem anhang über den

jurassischen Glandarienkalk. 4° Cassel, 1890. BLANFORD, Henry F.-An elementary geography of India, Burma, and Ceylon. go

London, 1890. Bronn's Klassen und Ordnungen des Thier-Reichs. Band IV, Würmer, lief. 15-16;

and Band V, Abth. II, lief. 28. 8° Leipzig, 1890. BUTLER, Samuel.-Evolution, old and new; or the theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus

Darwin, and Lamarck, as compared with that of Mr. Charles
Darwin. 8° London, 1879.

H. F. Jones.
Erewhon or Over the Range. 6th edition. 8° London, 1880.

H. F. Jones. Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino. 8° London, 1882.

H. F. Jones. CLARK, John Willis, and Hughes, Thomas McKenny.-- The life and letters of the Rev.

Adam Sedgwick. Vols. I-II. 8° Cambridge, 1890. CONOLLY, Arthur.- Journey to the north of India, overland from England through

Russia, Persia and Affghaunistaun. 2nd edition. Vols. I-II. 8° London,

1838. Davis, William 7.- Kentucky Fossil Corals: a monograph of the fossil corals of the

Silurian and Devonian Rocks of Kentucky. Part II. 4° Frankfort,

1885. Dreyer, Friedrich. Die Tripoli von Caltanisetta (Steinbruch Gesso’ungo) auf Sizilier

8° Jena, 1890.

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