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Description.

Where Refe-
found. rence.

63 Schistose substance, intermediate butween jasper and B. 2.

indurated clay (Khari).

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54

Khari, white, like No. 5

...

B. 2.

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55 Jasper, red, with veins of white quartz, ornamental, but

red parts do not polish so, well as No. 4,

[blocks in formation]

66 Jasper, variegatel red and grey, changing into Khari

[blocks in formation]

574 Hornstone, grey, stained red in some places. (Not des. | B. 2.

cribed in Report)

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67B Quartz, white opaque, in large grains mixed with dark A. 2.

dots.

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59 Granitel, much black micaceous matter, with a little white A. 2.

quartz, rery ornainental if procurable in large blocks.
60 | No record.

[blocks in formation]

64 Granite, grey, appearance uncommon, white felspar pre-

dominating, admits of good polish. (See also No. 97.).

[blocks in formation]

65 No record.

C. 2.

66 Granito, quite perfect, like No. 38
67 No record.

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68 Silicious 'nodales, like No. 1, and similarly immersed in C. 2.

marl (No. 103.)
69 Quartz, white and opaquo, with white felspar, like No. 110 A. 1,
70A Quartzose, approaching to jasper or hornstone, white, red, B. 1.

or blackish.

68

81

82

70B Hornstone or imperfect quartz, like 70B, but with silky B. 1.

fibres of amianthus.
71 Mica (Abarak), brownish in thick ma sses

A. 1.
72 | Petrosilex, grey, like No. 35.

B.1.

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Description.

Whape Refe
found. rece,

73

[blocks in formation]

Quartz, glassy and moaly aggregate, with red and black

specks.
Quartz or hornstone, red, granular. See aloo No. 30

74

[blocks in formation]

75 No record.

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76 Granito, fractare rather concboidal, consisting of white

C. 2.
quartz and felopar, and granulas hornblende, rather like

No. 104.
77 No record.
78 Granite, imperfect, very dark and difficult to break,

C. 3.
apparently impregnated with hornblende.
Qaartz or Jasper, with red stains ...

B. 1.
80 No record.
81 Masses in decay, white, red, or greenish, perhaps approach. C. 8.

ing to cornelian, with greasy appearance, and can be

polished.
82 Granite (called Urdiya) like No. 88

... | c. 2.
89 Quartz, small opaqno masses united by a greyish powdery A. 3.

substance, which does not take • polish, into very solid

rock.
84 Kock Crystal (called Phatik)

B. 1.
Quartz, glassy

A. 2.

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85

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87 Hornblende, in large massen, blackish and exceedingly

heavy, ornamental for building purposes.
88 Schistoso mici, quartz reddish, mica silvery

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91 Hornstono, grey, containing many smell massos offelspar,

and clusters of black dots.

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93 Reddlo, imperfect, mixed with bornstone or quarta ... B. 2.
94 Khari, more or less perfect

B. 2.
96 Hornstone, imperfect, white, dogenorated into kind of C. 3.

sandstone,

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Description.

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found. rosce.

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96 Potstone, blackish, very beavy, softer than hornblende, C. 3.

takes a polish bat inferior to marble in lustro. (Called

Sangmasa.)
97 Granite, grey, appearance oncommon, powdery black | A. 8.

micaceous matter predominating, does not take good polisb.

(Soe also No. 64.)
98 Quartz, glassy red and white, larger-grained than No. 106, A. 3.

and not at all schistose.

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C. 2.

100 | Marl, white, calcareous, rather barsber than Nos. 101 and

103.

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101 Marl, white, exactly like No. 108 ...

C. 2.
102 Sing, ferraginous, very heary, containing nodales of qoartz B. 2.

and Khari, but in appearance régemblis No. 3.
103 Marl, white, harsher but more friable than chalk, will not C. 2.

Dark wood, used for white washing houses.
104 Hornstono, grey, similar to No. 91, but proportion of gairtz, C. 2.

felspar and black matter reversed. Admits of tolorable

polish.
106 Iron ore, called Losinghana, fractare resembling granite, c. 1.

except in colour.
106 Quartz, glassy red and white, fine-grained and splitting into A. 3.

vertical plates.
Rock consisting of large grains of quartz and felopar A. 1.

intermixed.
108 Granite, reddish, exceedingly ornamental

A. 1.
109 Hornstone, white, with small masses of white felspar, and C. 2.

blackish or dark green micaceous matter is large irrogular

blotches, very ornamental, as it takes a fine polish.
110 Felspar, white, very beautifal, sometimes mixed with white A. l.

or glassy quartz.
111 Quartz, granular, white, grey and red

R. 1.
112 Gneiss, perhaps go iron oro. See also No. 25

4. 1.
113 Bornblende, very fine, crystals large and distinct, does not c. 2.

take a fine polish.

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Description.

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found. rence.

81

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114 Hornstone, strange, whitish, livid, and red, in parts evidently A. 3.

a slag.
115 Hornstone, greenish, decaying into an imperfect steatite, C. 2.
called Khungta.

MINIRALS OF THE HILLS.
Describ:d in the Report, but not numbered in the Journal.
i Granite, very fine, middle-sized grains

0.1.
2 Silicious stono, white, stained dirty red in irregular specks, B. 1.

fracture intermediate between flint and quartz.

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30

3 Granite, grey and fine-grained, but much decayed, found in A. 3.

river bed.

81

32

4 Granite, grey and large-grained, very fine, would be bigblg A. 1.

ordamental in building.
8 Granito, grey and solid, very fine

A. 3.
6 Jaspor, rude, red and white

B. I.

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7 Quartz, strange, glassy and intermixed with brownish | A. 3.

matter.

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8 Quartz or hornstone, imbedded in white Khari. (Probably B. 1.

rather like No. 3.)
Silajit

BJ.
10 Yellow clay, unctuous, called Pilla Mati

B. 2.
11 Indurated clay, schistosa, in red, white and yellow layers ... | B 2.

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MINBBALS OF THE PLAIN8.

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Described in the Report, bat not numbered in the Journal.
1 Sone pebbles, silicious, chiefly quartz, opaque or diaphanou8,

take a high polish.
2 Pumice, found in bed of Sone
3 Mas, small detached messes llke slag from iron fors

the Kolo.

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4 | Yellow clay, called Rapura or Gori Mati, from furnaces of

Ganges at Fatuba.

GENERAL INDEX TO J.B.O. R.S., VOLUME VIII.

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PAG1.
Academy Plates of Bhima I., The Telugu

83-98
accadian or Chaldeana
adventares of a Prince, The

131
Alphabet in other countries

59
Alphabet, Phoenician

102
Alphabet, Brahmi

111
Alphabet, Indian

ini

99
Amalgamation in

67
Antiquity of Writing in India

46-64, 99-119
Annual Report of the Bihar and Orissa Reseach Society for
1921

65-71
Annual General Meeting of the Bihar and Orissa Research
Society

72-74
Anthropological Research

68
Angirasah Kavih, Sisur

142
Ancient India, Notes on Puranic Nine Divisions of

41-46
Appendix

67
Aramaic

63
Armenian, Old ...

63
Ardha-Magadhi;

79
Assyrian

63
& soka, Studies in

70-82
Asoka Magadbi

75
Asoka Magadhi and Magadhi Grammatical and Dramatic
Asahaya the Commentator of the Gautama Dharmasutra and
Naradasmriti

120-124

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