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GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON.
THE ASSISTANT-SECRETARY OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
Quod si cui mortalium cordi et curæ sit non tantum inventis hærere, atque iis uti, sed ad ulteriora
VOLUME THE TWENTY-FIRST.
PART THE FIRST.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, ROBERTS, AND GREEN.
LEIPZIG, T. O. WEIGEL.
SOLD ALSO AT THE APARTMENTS OF THE SOCIETY.
Sir R. I. Murchison, Bart., K.C.B., D.C.L.,
| Warington W. Smyth, Esq., M.A., F.R.S.
Joseph Prestwich, Esq., F.R.S.
Edward Meryon, M.D.
Prof. John Morris.
Sir R. I. Murchison, Bart., K.C.B., D.C.L.,
F.R.S. & L.S.
Prof. A. C. Ramsay, M.A., F.R.S.
Warington W. Smyth, Esq., M.A., F.R.S.
Rev. Thomas Wiltshire, M.A.
S. P. Woodward, Ph.D.
Assistant Secretary, Librarian, and Curator.
H. M. Jenkins, Esq.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PART 1.-ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
BRODIE, The Rev. P. B. On the Lias Outliers at Knowle and
Wootton Warwen in South Warwickshire, and on the Presence
of the Lias or Rhætic Bone-bed at Copt Heath, its furthest
Northern Extension hitherto recognized in that County
BRYCE, Dr. J. On the Occurrence of Beds in the West of Scotland
On the Order of Succession in the Drift-beds of the Island
Busk, G., Esq., and the late Dr. H. FALCONER. On the Fossil
Contents of the Genista Cave, Gibraltar ...
CARPENTER, Dr. W. B. Additional Note on the Structure and af-
DAWKINS, W. B., Esq. On the Mammalian Remains found by E.
Wood, Esq., near Richmond, Yorkshire; with an Introductory
Note on the Deposit in which they were found, by E. Wood,
Esq., F.G.S., and G. E. Roberts, Esq., F.G.S. '[Abstract.] . : 493
Dawson, Dr. J. W. On the Structure of certain Organic Remains
in the Laurentian Limestones of Canada. :(With 2 Plates.) .. 51
DUNCAN, Dr. P. MARTIN. A Description of the Echinodermata from
the Strata on the South-eastern Coast of Arabia, and at Bagh on
the Nerbudda, in the Collection of the Geological Society
and G. P. WALL, Esq. A Notice of the Geology of Jamaica,
especially with reference to the District of Clarendon ; with
FALCONER, The late Dr. H. On the asserted Occurrence of Human
Bones in the ancient Fluviatile Deposits of the Nile and
Ganges; with comparative Remarks on the Alluvial Formation
GODWIN-AUSTEN, Capt. H. On the Carboniferous Rocks of the
Valley of Kashmere; with Notes on the Carboniferous Bra-
chiopoda, by T. Davidson, Esq., F.R.S., F.G.S.; and an Intro-
duction and Résumé, by R. A. C. Godwin-Austen, Esq.,
On the Species of Mastodon and Elephant occurring in the
fossil State in Great Britain. Part II. Elephant (imperfect).. 253
FOSTER, Dr.C. LE NEVE, and W. TOPLEY, Esq. On the Superficial
Deposits of the Valley of the Medway, with Remarks on the
HAAST, Dr. J. Notes on the Causes which have led to the Exca-
HUNT, T. S., Esq. On the Mineralogy of certain Organic Remains
Notes to a Sketch-map of the Province of Canterbury,
New Zealand, showing tho Glaciation during the Pleistocene
and Recent Periods as far as explored; with an Appendix on the
Climate of the Pleistocene Epoch of New Zealand.........
HARKNESS, Prof. R. On the Lower Silurian Rocks of the South-
east of Cumberland and the North-east of Westmoreland...... 235
HECTOR, Dr. J. On the Geology of Otago, New Zealand
KEENE, W., Esq. On the Coal-measures of New South Wales;
HERSCHEL, Sir J. F. W. Notes accompanying some Rhomboidal
Specimens of Iron Sandstone, &c., presented to the Society;
with a Note by Captain T. LONGWORTH DAMES. [Abstract.].. 421
HOLL, Dr. H. B. On the Geological Structure of the Malvern Hills
LANKESTER, E. RAY, Esq. On the Sources of the Mammalian Fossils
of the Red Crag, and on the Discovery of a New Mammal in that
Deposit, allied to the Walrus. (With 2 Plates.)
LARTET, M. E. Note on Ovibos moschatus, Blainville .
MATTHEW, G. F., Esq. On the Azoic and Paleozoic Rocks of
MURCHISON, Sir R. I. Note on communicating the Notes and Map
of Dr. JULIUS HAAST upon the Glaciers and Rock-basins of
Note on the Geology of Harrogate
PRESTWICH, J., Esq.
Additional Observations on the Raised Beach
RUBIDGE, Dr. R. N. On the Changes rendered necessary in the
Geological Map of South Africa by recent Discoveries of Fossils. 437
SALTER, J. W., Esq. On some Additional Fossils from the Lin-
gula-flags; with a Note on the Genus Anopolenus, by H. HICKS,
WOODS, The Rev. J. E. T. On some Tertiary Deposits in the Colony
of Victoria, Australia; with a Note on the Corals, by P. MAR-
SPRUCE, R., Esq. Note on the Volcanic Tufa of Latacunga, at the
foot of Cotopaxi; and on the Cangáua, or Volcanic Mud of the
TATE, R., Esq. On the Correlation of the Cretaceous Formations
of the North-east of Ireland. (With 3 Plates.). . . . .
WALLACE, W., Esq. On the Growth of Flos Ferri, or Coralloidal
WARREN, Lieut. C. Notes on the Caves of Gibraltar. [Abstract.] 371
WHITAKER, W., Esq. On the Chalk of Buckinghamshire, and on
On the Chalk of the Isle of Thanet.
On the Chalk of the Isle of Wight .....
WOOD, S. V., jun., Esq. On the Drift of the East of England and