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Annual Report appears Archaean Archaean rocks artesian Atlantic City belt biotite bored clay coarse color conglomerates country rock crystalline limestone crystals Delaware depth diatoms dike diorite east eruptive rock facts faulting feldspar flank foliated Franklin Furnace gallons per hour gneiss grains granites graphite graphite gneiss graphite rock gravel Green Pond Greenwood lake Hibernia Highlands hill Hopatcong hornblende inch Jersey Lackawanna and Western limestone line of attraction line of graphite localities magnetite marl marl-bed mile Miocene Montville Morris County Mount Hope rock Mount Hope type Newark northeast northwest numerous occurs orthoclase outcrop Oxford Furnace Oxford rock Oxford type Passaic Pequannock river Pequest plateau Pompton present Prof quarried quartz Report State Geologist road Rockaway Rockaway river sand southeast southwest specimens strata stratum supply surface Susquehanna and Western Sussex railroad traced Trenton type of rock valley water-bearing water-supply Wawayanda Western railroad white limestone wholly York zinc zircon
Page 6 - SIR — I have the honor herewith to submit the Annual Report of the State Geologist, for the year 1889.
Page 101 - Trenton, 1878, 8vo., viii+381 pp., with map. Out of print. A PRELIMINARY CATALOGUE of the Flora of New Jersey, compiled by NL Britton, Ph.D. New Brunswick, 1881, 8vo., xi+233 pp. Out of print. FINAL REPORT OF THE STATE GEOLOGIST. Vol.
Page 103 - ... ANNUAL, REPORT of Prof. Geo. H. Cook, State Geologist, to His Excellency Joel Parker, President of the Board of Managers of the Geological Survey of New Jersey, for the year 1865. Trenton, 1866, 8vo., 12 pp. Out of print. ANNUAL REPORT of Prof. Geo. H. Cook, State Geologist, on the Geological Survey for the year 1866.
Page 11 - ... 5. And be it enacted. That all acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed, and that this act shall take effect immediately.
Page 101 - Scale, 8 inches to 1 mile. 7. Map of Oxford Furnace iron-ore veins ; colored. Scale, 8 inches to 1 mile. 8. Map of the zinc mines, Sussex County ; colored. Scale, 8 inches to 1 mile.
Page 103 - ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1872. Trenton, 1872, 8vo., 44 pp., with map. Out of print. ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1873. Trenton, 1874, 8vo., 128 pp., with maps. Out of print. ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1874.
Page 101 - Triassic formation, including the red sandstone and trap-rocks of Central New Jersey ; colored. Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 3. Cretaceous formation, including the greensand-marl beds ; colored. Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 4. Tertiary and recent formations of Southern New Jersey; colored. Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 5. Map of a group of iron mines in Morris County ; printed in two colors. Scale, 3 inches to I mile.
Page 102 - ATLAS OF NEW JERSEY. The complete work is made up of twenty sheets, each twenty-seven by thirty-seven inches, including margin, intended to fold once across, making the leaves of the Atlas 18% by 27 inches.