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Plate 31†. Fig. 3. Another example of contortion in mica slate in Ardgowar, p. 438.

The other figures exhibit various instances of curvature and contortion in veins of granite and quartz, traversing gneiss and mica slate, in different parts of Scotland, p. 439 and 440.

Plate 32. Fig. 1. Contortion of mica slate at Loch Lomond, p. 438.

PLATE 32, Fig. 2.

In illustration of Dr. MacCulloch's paper on Quartz Rock, p. 450.

View of the coast off the Row-storr of Assynt, intended to shew the detached position of the quartz rock mountains. The conical mountain on the left is the Sugar-Loaf at the entrance of Loch Inver and Loch Enard; on the right is the entrance of Loch Broom and Loch Groinard, p. 458.

PLATE 33, 34, and 34*.

In illustration of the Rev. J. J. Conybeare's paper on Clovelly, North Devon, p. 495.


In illustration of Dr. MacCulloch's paper on Staffa, p. 501, and described; p. 507.

PLATE 36, 37, 38, 39.

In illustration of Dr. MacCulloch's paper on Vegetable Remains preserved in Chalcedony, p. 510.

Plate 36, described p. 523.
─── 37, ──────── 524.
─── 38, ──────── 526.
─── 39, ──────── 526.

N. B. The Figure attached to each Specimen is intended to express the number of times it is magnified in the Drawing.