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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bouldon BOULDON IN 1844

    lower on the Ledbury Group of the Downton Series; where the series meet are two narrow layers of 'Psammosteus ' Limestones . 80 The soils are mostly red-brown silt loams, with alluvial soils on the west. 81 There was a

    The Heath

    the Ditton Series of the Lower Old Red Sandstone, except for a small outcrop of the underlying ' Psammosteus ' Limestones on the west boundary. 39 The soils are mostly freely drained loams, but are less well drained in the

    Monkhopton MONKHOPTON c. 1730

    with sandstones, cornstone conglomerates, and cornstones. At the junction of the two series are narrow bands of ' Psammosteus ' Limestones . 72 The soils are red-brown loams, mostly well drained. 73 The land rises to a steep southern escarpment,

    Stoke St. Milborough STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH IN 1842 Stoke St. Milborough: The Church of St. Milborough

    Lower Abdon limestones occur on the lower slopes of Brown Clee and on Weston hill. The parish's south-western quarter lies on the Ledbury Group of the Downton Series of Lower Old Red Sandstone. Narrow bands of 'Psammosteus' Limestones occur where

    Alderton ALDERTON Alderton Village

    ft. in the south. The lower areas near the river are covered by alluvial deposits and Upper Lias Clay; Oolitic Limestones and Boulder Clay are found at higher levels. Until 1883, when the land was added to Grafton Regis ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1632

    and deacon convener commissioners to the general convention of burghs to be held at Montrois on 3 July next. ] Limestones, Channelmos . The provest, bailleis and counsall hes gevin licens and libertie to maister Gabriell Forrester to burne his

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 27 February 1695, 27 February 1695-27 February 1695

    a Deck; yet open Barges, which have none, are obliged to pay. John Davis said, He paid Tonage for carrying Limestones from Appledore to Biddiford ; which is in the same River. The King's Measurers, Officers of the Customs, and

    Index to records

    to town for payment of, 446. Chamber pots , 269. Chancellor , young men sent with, 484. Channel moss , limestones in, 11. See Common Land. Charity to Andrew Dykes in distress , 18. Charles I. and II. See King.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the land sides, It is so much watered that people go about in boats, from one place to another. Limestones predominate round Labijan; between them and the sea sandstones, while on the coast primitive and volcanic rocks and granite Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to which Asplialte is applied, being suitable alike for roadways and pavements, and the various degrees of impregnation of the Limestones, Sandstones, Quartz, and Basalts, with Bitumen, render them of incalculable value. The Pont du Chateau, the Chamalieres, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was, however, not the second favourite for metal, as at last 100 to 15 was asked for in vailt about Limestones, Geologist anid Scobell were both goed businoss, and after 1,000 to 45 lid been chronicled to Voluptuary, 2,003 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Ir ~~RAMING NOTES .~The opening of the Ceisarewitchiweek was not very encouraging so far as the racing asca concerned, for of the seven events on tile ecard a couple ended its walks over, and the only strong Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    What little balance of evidence there is seems to be in favour of the in- trusive character of the dolerites. Limestones have been found, and the only calcareous rock seen is regarded by Professor Green as a rock belonging to Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Modern socialism, 1886

    with illustrations. April contains : Evolution of the Elements by M. M. P. Muir ; Structure and Origin of the Limestones , by H. C. Sorby ; Supposed New Crater on the Moon, by E. Neison ; Entomology, by W. Subscribers-only content

    The journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England., 1840

    19 Potash -salts 7 Soot 4 Refuse manures 24 Wool-dust and shoddy 31 Sewage-manures 3 Poultry-manure 3 Manure rape-dust 10 Limestones , chalk, and other minerals 27 Soils 34 Oats, hay, brewer's grains, malt-dust, aud other vegetable productions 15 Milks Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the chemical analyses of soil from Bermuda., 1873

    bears on the same subject- PROFESSOR ABEL 'S REPORT, 1860 . The specimens of stone from St. George are oolitic Limestones .-That marked ' soft stone" exhibits stratifications a nd is exceedingly porous and friable. It contains in addition to Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the chemical analyses of samples of soil from Bermuda., 1883

    bears on the same subject. PROFESSOR ABEL 'S REPORT, 1860 . The specimens of stone from St. George are oolitic Limestones .- That marked "soft stone" exhibits stratifications and is exceed¬ ingly porous and friable. It contains, in addition to Subscribers-only content

    Canada: a geographical, agricultural, and mineralogical sketch, 1865

    valleys. Limestones are also found in many parts of the Eastern Townships. The property of forming a mortar which will harden under water, which belongs to hydraulic cements and water-limes, is possessed by the lime yielded by many limestones in Subscribers-only content

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