« PreviousContinue »
Potstone, blackish, very heavy, softer than hornblende, C. 2.
Granite, grey, appearance uncommon, powdery black
Quartz, glassy red and white, larger-grained than No. 106, A. 3.
99 Indurated redd le, called Geru
Marl, white, exactly like No. 103 ...
103 Marl, white, harsher but more friable than chalk, will not❘ C. 2.
104 Hornstone, grey, similar to No. 91, but proportion of quartz, C. 2.
105 Iron ore, called Losinghana, fracture resembling granite, C. 1.
106 Quartz, glassy red and white, fine-grained and splitting into A. 3.
107 Rock consisting of large grains of quartz and felspar A. 1.
108 Granite, reddish, exceedingly ornamental
109 Hornstone, white, with small masses of white felspar, and C. 2.
110 Felapar, white, very beautiful, sometimes mixed with white A. 1.
111 Quartz, granular, white, grey and red
113 Hornblende, very fine, crystals large and distinct, does not C. 2.
Hornstone, strange, whitish, livid, and red, in parts evidently
Hornstone, greenish, decaying into an imperfect steatite, C. 2.
MINERALS OF THE HILLS.
Described in the Report, but not numbered in the Journal.
1 Granite, very fine, middle-sized grains
2 Silicious stone, white, stained dirty red in irregular specks, B. 1.
Granite, grey and fine-grained, but much decayed, found in A. 3.
4 Granite, grey and large-grained, very fine, would be highly A. 1.
B Granite, grey and solid, very fine
7 Quartz, strange, glassy and intermixed with brownish A. 3.
8 Quartz or hornstone, imbedded in white Khari. (Probably B. 1.
Indurated clay, schistose, in red, white and yellow layers
MINERALS OF THE PLAINS.
Described in the Report, bat not numbered in the Journal.
Sone pebbles, silicious, chiefly quartz, opaque cr diaphanous,
2 Pumice, found in bed of Sone
Mas, small detached messes like slag from iron furs
4 Yellow clay, called Rapura or Gori Mati, from furnaces of
Annual Report of the Bihar and Orissa Reseach Society for
Annual General Meeting of the Bihar and Orissa Research
Ancient India, Notes on Paranic Nine Divisions of
Asoka Magadhi and Magadhi Grammatical and Dramatic ...
Birchhe Deo, The Godling
Bhima I, A town named after
and Orissa Research Society's Annual Report for
Bihar and Orissa Research Society's Proceedings of Annual
Brahmi Alphabet, Formation of
Buchanan's Route in Patna and Gaya, 1811-1812 (Map)
Buchanan's Journal, Introduction to
Buddhaghosa's Visits to Ceylon and Burma and his reminiscences of the Island of Lanka
Cults of the District of Champaran in North Bihar
Cult of the Godling Birchhe Deo