Transactions of the Geological Society, 1st series, vol. 2/Contents

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CONTENTS
I. On certain Products obtained in the Distillation of Wood, with some account of Bituminous Substances, and Remarks on Coal. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society p. 1
II. Mineralogical Account of the Isle of Man. By J. F. Berger, M.D. Member of the Geological Society. p. 29
III. On the Granite Tors of Cornwall. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 66
IV. Notes on the Mineralogy of the Neighbourhood of St. David's, Pembrokeshire. By John Kidd, M.D. Professor of Chemistry in the University of Oxford and Member of the Geological Society. p. 79
V. Account of the Brine Springs at Droitwich. By Leonard Horner, Esq. F.R.S. and Member of the Geological Society. p. 94
VI. On the Veins of Cornwall. By William Phillips, Esq. Member of the Geological Society. p. 110
VII. On the Freshwater Formations in the Isle of Wight, with some Observations on the Strata over the Chalk in the South-east part of England. By Thomas Webster, Esq. Member of the Geological Society. p. 161
VIII. Remarks on the Vitrified Forts of Scotland. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 255
IX. On the Sublimation of Silica. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 275
X. Observations on the Specimens of Hippurites from Sicily, presented to the Geological Society by the Hon. Henry Grey Bennet. By James Parkinson, Esq. Member of the Geological Society. p. 277
XI. An Account of the Coalfield at Bradford, near Manchester. By Robert Bakewell, Esq. communicated to the Society by Dr. Roget, Member of the Geological Society. p. 282
XII. Some account of the Island of Teneriffe. By the Hon. Henry Grey Bennet, M.P. F.R.S. and President of the Geological Society. p. 286
XIII. On the Junction of Trap and Sandstone, at Stirling Castle. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 305
XIV. On the Economy of the Mines of Cornwall and Devon. By John Taylor, Esq. Member of the Geological Society. p. 309
XV. On the Origin of a remarkable class of Organic Impressions occurring in Nodules of Flint. By the Rev. William Conybeare, of Christ Church, Oxford, and Member of the Geological Society. p. 328
XVI. A Description of the Oxyd of Tine, the production of Cornwall; of the Primitive Crystal and its modifications, including an attempt to ascertain with precision, the admeasurement of the angles, by means of the reflecting Goniometer of Dr. Wollaston: to which is added, a series of its crystalline forms and varieties. By William Phillips, Esq. Member of the Geological Society. p. 336

XVII. On some new Varieties of Fossil Alcyonia. By Thomas Webster, Esq. Member of the Geological Society. p. 377
XVIII. Miscellaneous Remarks accompanying a Catalogue of Specimens transmitted to the Geological Society. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.R.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 388
XIX. Remarks on several parts of Scotland which exhibit Quartz Rock, and on the Nature and Connexion of this Rock in general. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 450
XX. Notice relative to the Geology of the Coast of Labrador. By the Rev. Mr. Steinhauer. p. 488
XXI. Memoranda relative to Clovely, North Devon, By the Rev. J. J. Conybeare, Member of the Geological Society. In a Letter addressed to G. B. Greenough Esq. Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 495
XXII. On Staffa. By J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 501
XXIII. On Vegetable Remains preserved in Chalcedony. By. J. Mac Culloch, M.D. F.L.S. Chemist to the Ordnance, and Lecturer on Chemistry at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and Vice-President of the Geological Society. p. 510
XXIV. On the Vitreous Tubes found near to Drigg, in Cumberland. p. 528
List of Donations. p. 533
Index. p. 547