10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «JASPIDEAN»
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts
Jaspidean A stratum about three feet in thickness, and formed inarble. inj.o hlocl.
g of from three to four feet in length, attracts attention. This stone contains
innumerable shells, chiefly madrepores, some of which exhibit a bright crimson,
Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts
Jaspidean A stratum about three feet in thickness, and formed marble' into blocks
of from three to four feet in length, attracts attention. This stone contains
innumerable shells, chiefly madrepores, some of which exhibit a bright crimson
Syn:jaspidean. jaspidean (jas-pid'-e-an) Resembling or containing jasper;
jaspery. jaspi1ite (jas'-pi-lite) (a) A banded compact siliceous rock containing at
least 25% iron, occurring with iron ores, and resembling jasper; e.g. the rock of
Julia A. Jackson, James P. Mehl, Klaus K. E. Neuendorf, 2005
Seeing Off Chang, Penetralian-Worthy, On His Removal to the Capital56 By the
jaspidean stream we constantly shared enjoyment. In the vermilion lodge you are
now of a sudden transported to splendor. Anticipating, there is the hearts entone
An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... Jasp, jasp, J gwyrddlas Jasperated, jas'-per-ê-ted, a. cymysgâg iaspis, yn
cynnwys gronynau o iaspis Jaepery, jas'-per-î, a. âg iddo ansoddau yr iaspis,
iaspisaidd Jaspidean, jas-pi-di'-an, a. iaspisaidd, fel iaspis, yn cynnwys iaspis
The Science of Gems, Jewels, Coins and Medals: Ancient and ...
LAPIS-LAZULI is a beautiful jaspidean, opaque stone, varying in shades from sky
to dark blue; brought from various parts of Asia; used in jewelr , and sometimes
ongraved as a seal-stone. It has usually specks of yellow or white iron pyritcs, ...
Advanced Text-book of Geology, Descriptive and Industrial
Jaspideous, Jaspidean.—Resembling jasper; of the nature of, or containing
jasper. Jéfl'ersonite (after Jefi'erson).——A variety of augite from Sparta in New
Jersey, of a dark olive or black colour, and resinous or semi-metallic lustre. Jet (
According to M. Buttner of Kronach, one of the superintendents of these works,
the lowest carbonaceous rock, abutting against the "Younger Grauwacke" (there
Upper Devonian and Lower Carboniferous rocks), is a jaspidean claystone, ...
Geological Society of London, 1855
It consists of small sparks of felspar, grains of quartz, splinters of hornblende, and
fragments of shorl cemented together by a scarcely discernible jaspidean cement
. Its lustre, 0. Frac7 ture fine splintery. Hardness, 9. Transpa^ Tency, 0. Colour ...
A description of the minerals in the Leskean Museum
745 Brown Agate penetrated by partly Jaspidean, partly roundish, but also
Massive Martial Pyritical, Particles ; from Durlach. 746 White Agate sigured with
numerous red dots, accumulated in oblong stripes ; from the Palatinate. 747 Pale
Dietrich Ludwig Gustav Karsten, 1798