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APPENDIX, No. 1.


Sections of the Strata at Dinsdale, situated on the North Bank of the Tees, 3 miles east-north-east of Croft Bridge.


No. I.
Fs. Ft. In.
Clay 4 1 6
Blue stone-clay with whin tumblers 3
Blue sand 2 6
Blue stone-clay 5 6
Foul Coal 6
Brown sand 2 3
Foul Coal 5
Blue sand with water 4
Stone-clay with large whin tumblers 3
Red stone 2
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Fathoms 10
No. 2.
Near the Fishery, 180 yards from the Garden House.
Fs. Ft. In.
This account begins at 56 1
Red stone and white post, and post girdles with water 1 5
Red metal stone with blue and white scars 3 1 6
Reddish post, and scars of blue and white leek chalk of alabaster 3 5 6
[1]Chalk of alabaster 3
Strong limestone of a limestone nature
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Fathoms 65 5 7
No. 3.
Fs. Ft. In.
Soil and clay 2 6
Darkish stone-clay with tumblers 3 2 9
Red metal stone with grey post girdles 8
Red stone and white chalk lumps 2
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Fathoms 15 3 3
  1. Gypsum