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Doc. No. 76. 



CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

GEOLOGICAL SPECIMENS, 

COLLECTED, ON THE LATE SURVEY OF THE STATE OF OHIO, 
By W. W. MATHER, State Geologist. 



February 25, 1842. 



[Doc. No. 76.] 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 

Columbus, February 26, 1842. 

The Speaker of the Souse of Representatives : 

Sir: I transmit, herewith, the report of Dr. Mather, the gen- 
tleman employed, under an act of the last session, to arrange the 
geological specimens heretofore collected. 

I suggest to the legislature the propriety of printing copies of 
the catalogue, to he sent out with the sets of specimens intended 
for distribution. 

Respectfully submitted, 

THOS. CORWIN. 



[Doc. No, 76.] 



REPORT. 



Columbus, February 23, 1842. 

To His Excellency, Thomas Corwin: 

Sir: I have labelled the specimens collected on the geologi- 
cal survey of the State. The cabinets for the colleges are in 
boxes, ready for distribution to the different literary institutions, 
in accordance with the law authorizing the geological survey. 

There are nine suites for distribution. Two suites are re- 
tained for the State cabinet, one of which is displayed in cases 
with glazed fronts, in the rooms prepared for the reception of 
the cabinet; and every specimen has its label, giving its name 
and location — and, generally, the name of the owner, the num- 
ber of the lot, section, township, and range where it was found; 
and the labels are pinned either directly over or in front of the 
specimen to which it belongs. This suite is arranged geograph- 
ically, by counties, each kind of mineral by itself, shewing speci- 
mens of the same from different localities. 

The other State collection is in boxes, because there are no 
cases prepared to receive it* and there are no funds appropriated 
to furnish the cases. It was intended to display this cabinet 
like the other, and to have it arranged by a systematic arrange- 
ment, so that any particular kind of mineral or rock could at 
once be found and examined. It is considered desirable to have 
this arrangement made, to facilitate reference to the specimens. 

A tabular condensed catalogue of all the suites of specimens 
is herewith submitted. This gives the locality, and, generally, 
the lot, section, township and county of each specimen, and 
shews at a glance in which, and in how many, of the collections, 
each kind of mineral or rock for each locality is contained. On 
the labels of the specimens for the colleges, the particular local- 
ities are not always mentioned; and sometimes where they are, 
they are not always exact. Corrections have been made on the 
catalogue, and they are now believed to be all correct. By 
means of the letters and numbers on the top of the labels, and 
the corresponding ones on the catalogue, the corrections in the 



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college collections can be made. The particular localities of 
many of the specimens of Licking and Muskingum counties 
could not be procured, as the original note book of Col. Foster, 
who collected them, has been lost. It is not among the records 
of the geological survey, and Col. Foster cannot find it among 
his own papers. 

The duplicate suite of the State collection, intended for sys- 
tematic arrangement, is packed in five boxes, and deposited in 
the geological rooms in the rear of the old court house. An ex- 
penditure of $ 120 to $ ISO for cases, is necessary before this col- 
lection can be arranged or displayed; and three or four weeks 
labor would be required to prepare it for exhibition in the same 
style as the other. It is believed to be, important to display it 
as a means of reference, so that our citizens may refer to it, and 
compare specimens that they may think valuable. 

There are many, specimens of ores, minerals, soils, mineral 
waters, and other things in the State collections, that were sent 
with particular requests to have them analyzed; and even during 
the few weeks J have been here this winter, many specimens 
have been brought to me, with similar requests, that they might 
know whether they were valuable or not. The one from Clin- 
ton county, whieh is said to contain' tin, is one of these; and, if 
it does contain that metal, it is of high importance to ascertain 
it, as the ore is said to be very abundant. It does not seem 
probable, either from its appearance or geological position, that 
it does contain it; still, it is asserted that it actually yields near 
thirty per centum of that metal. The expense of analyzing 
these various minerals, and exploring the localities, is trifling, 
when compared with their importance to the interests of the 
community. The geological office might be kept open; speci- 
mens, brought from various parts of the State, be examined and 
analyzed; and information given to the persons interested, with- 
out any imposition — information upon which they could depend 
as accurate; and the geological survey be progressing on a mode- 
rate scale, at an expense not exceeding $3,000 per annum, in- 
cluding all the expenses of the laboratory, analysis, traveling, 
and all incidental expenses. 

The expenses of preparing the cabinet have been more than 
was contemplated, and have been increased by contingencies 
over which I have had no control. When I came here, in July, 
to put up the cabinet, the room that had been prepared for it, 
had been assigned necessarily for other uses; and the rooms that 
were then assigned, were not then in a situation to be used. I, 
therefore, rather than wait for them to be prepared, took the 
specimens home with me to label, and, was occupied during a 
portion of the time, as a relaxation from my other duties to an- 



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other State, for a period of three months, in labelling arid pre- 
paring the specimens for the State and College cabinets; and 
during a large portion of this time, one person was continually 
employed in unpacking, distributing, putting on labels, wrapping 
and repacking the specimens, and another to write the labels, 
under my direction. On my return here, on the last of October, 
with the specimens, the rooms that had been fitted up for the 
cabinets, were occupied necessarily by the Secretary of State, 
in packing and distributing the State laws, which caused another 
detention; and when they could be occupied by the State cbl- 
lections, it was found that the cases were not of sufficient capa- 
city to' contain them. Specimens were put up, so far as could 
be, and more cases ordered, and they were not prepared to re- 
ceive the specimens until January. Since that time 1 have been 
engaged in putting it up, and now four more cases are required 
to display the cabinet that yet remains in boxes. I feel called 
on to make this explanation, in consequence of the long time 
that has elapsed since it was supposed the State collections 
would be open for the inspection of the public. 

I have the honor to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

W. W. MATHER. 



No. 1. 



CATALOGUE of the specimens collected on the Geological Survey of Ohio, from the few counties in which examinations were made. 






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"Califerous sandstone," 15 or 20 feet below soft limestone, 2 miles south of Eaton, Preble county, 

Yellowish granular foss limestone, Partridges quarry, 3 miles from Dayton, 

Limestone over lying the quarry stone of Tryback's quarry, 5 or 6 miles above Dayton, 

Granular limestone 15 feet above the marl, and below the Dayton stone, from the cliff's n. of Dayton 

Calarnoporaspongites, Radcliff's quarry, Preble county, 

Marly clay at North Bend, deep cut of White Water Canal, 

Greenish argillaceous limestone upper part of the quarries, Madison, Indiana, 

Silicious limestone from the quarries, Madison, Indiana, 

Impure limestone, top of the hill, West Union, Adams county, Ohio, 

Calcareous sandstone, Mr. Lee's farm, West Union, Adams county, 

Calcareous sandstone, from the quarry east of West Union, Adams county, 

Compact gray limestone, Darlington's quarry, West Union, Adams county, 

Impure limestone top of Split Rock hill, southeast of the forge on Brush creek, Adams county, 

Chert (yellowish) from the bed of a creek 6 m. w. of West Union, (on the road to Decatur) Adams CO., 

Limestone, singularly perforated with cavities, 3 miles west of West Union, Adams county, 

Limestone, containing greenish cherty concretions, overlies the hornstone layer of the cliff limestone, 

Brush creek, 2 miles above the forge, Adams county, 
Yellowish (marly) sandstone, top of Sky Hill, 700 feet high, near Brush Creek Furnace, Adams co., 
Granular limestone from a boulder, 1 mile east of Decatur, Adams county, 
Soil (ochreous) from West Union, Adams county, 

Cyathophyllumfrom a cornitiferous stratum at the foot of the hill at West Union, Adams county, 
Calcareous iron ore, coal formation, Athens county, on south fork of Federal creek, | mile above 

Dickey's, Bern township, Athens county, 
Bituminous coal, coal formation, Dickey's, Bern township, Athens county, 
Chert, coal formation, section 16, Lei, Athens county, 
Argillaceous iron ore, coal (ortmHieB, section 10, Waterloo, Athens county, 
Greenish gray shale, soaf formation, hill at Athens, No. 3, descending, Athens county, 
'.Jray limestone, coal formation, hill at Athens, No. 2, Athens county, 
Calcareous carbonate of iron, containing numerous testaceous remains from the coal formation, hill at 

Athens, No. 11, Athens county, 
Argillaceous iron ore, from the coal formation, Athens hill, No. 14, Athens county, 
Stalagmitic carbonate of lime, coal formation, Athens county, 
Brownish argillaceous iron ore in shale, Athens hill, No. 4, Athens county, 
Gray fossiliferous limestone, Athens hill, No. 8, Athens county, 
Coarse friable sandstone, Athens hill, No. 18, Athens county, 
Greenish sandstone, Athens hill, No. 7, Athens county, 
Satin spar (thin vein of) in sandstone, Athens hill, No. 16, Athens county, 
Greenish gray sandstone, Athens hill, No. 16, Athens county, 
Red shale, No. 5, Athens hill, Athens county, 

Greenish shale, No. 1, Athens hill, (E. to R. section of hill at Athens) Athens county, 
Gray compact limestone on Hocking, near the west line of Rome township, Athens county, 
Fine whetstone grit, Cook's quarry, section 19, near the west line of Rome township, Athens county 
Bituminous coal, 3 miles west of Athens, on Factory Run, Athens county, 
Greenish slaty sandstone, used for whetstones, Kirtland quarry, 1 mile south of Athens, 
Limonite, (spongy iron ore) Adam Ho wit's, Waterloo, Athens county, 
Red clay from disintegrated shaTe, Athens count)^, 
Compact gray limestone, Muskingum county, 
Bituminous coal from near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Gray limestone, from the coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Calcareo silicious rock, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Limestone, (dark gray) coal formation, Muskingum county, 
ferruginous blende, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Gray fossiliferous limestone, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Black argillaceous carbonate of iron, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Gray limestone, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Rncrinal vertebral column, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Encrinal column in limestone, coal formation, Muskingum county, 
Encrinal stem in limestone, coal formation, Zanesville, 
Pentamerus in limestone, coal formation, Zanesville, 
Spirifer in limestone, coal formation, Zanesville, 
Fossiliferous limestone, coal formation, Zanesville, 
Petroleum, Zaney's Oil Spring, near the east line of Crawford count)'-, 
Lymnea in marl, from tha place where the Mastodon was disinterred, near Bucyrus, Crawford county 
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Mineral water, Sliffer's Spring, Annapolis, Crawford county, 

Mineral water, Kniseley's Spring, Sandusky, Crawford county, 

Peat from the alluvial formation, Bucyrus, Crawford county, above the marl containing the Mastodon 

Shell marl, from the alluvial formation, same locality, 

Clay, yellowish (mill race) below the marl, same locality, 

Bog iron ore, (mill race) opposite side of Sandusky river from Bucyrus, Crawford county, 

Sandstone, section 36, Sandusky township, Crawford county, 

Bog iron ore from the alluvial formation, Peter Long's, section 3, Liberty township, Crawford county 

Shale from the slate formation, Decker's mill, between Sandusky and Liberty, Crawford county, 

3og iron ore, Judge Failor's, deposited by chalybeate spring, Crawford county, 

Peat, Bear Marsh, Cranbery township, Crawford county, 

Clay (blue) from a well in Bucyrus, lies below the yellow clay, 

Peat, marl & clay, from the surface 9 ft to where the Mastodon was exhumed, near Bucyrus, Crawford co 

Soil, Samuel Gresels — farm yields fifty to sixty bushels of corn per acre, Crawford county. 

Soil cultivated ten years, same farm — yields twenty five to thirty bushels wheat per acre. 

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Limestone, from the coaljformation one half mile west ol Zoar — overlies coal C. Tuscarawas county, 
Bituminous cpal, from the coal formation one half mile west of Zoar, Tuscarawas county,- 
Pyritouscoal, from the opal formation from between the laminse of C, do do 

Limestone, from the coatformatiou i mile west of Zoa"r Furnace, Tuscarawas co. — used as a flux, 
Kidney iron ore, (limonne,) from the coal formation (shell ore,) li miles west of Zoar, Tuscarawas co, 
Columnar argillaceous iron ore, from the coal formation from the shale above B., (same as G. but 

roasted,) Tuscarawas (ibunty, 
Fossiliferousjimestone sfcale from the coal formation 50 or 60 feet below B., Tuscarawas county, 
Red ochreous clay, from the coal formation near Zoar, . do do 

Iron ore, (sent as copper ore,) from the coal formation from the field above the stone quarry near Zoar, 

Tuscarawas county, 
Blue clay, used for pottery, from the coal formation neat Zoar, Tuscarawas county, 

Limestone, (impure) near canal, from the coal formation two miles west of New Philadelphia, Tus- 
carawas county, 

Sandstone, one third mile below Heller's, from the coal formation on old Town Creek, Tuscarawas co, 

Iron ore, from a bed supposed to be four-feet thick, from the coal formation two and three fourth miles 
north west of New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county, 

Shale, above the coal at Heller's, from the coal formation on old Town Creek, lot 12, T. 8, R. 2, Tus 
carawas county, 

Iron ore, same" farm as B., but a little north, from the coal formation two and three fourths miles north 
west of New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county, 

Blue limestone, (" hydraulic limestone") same locality, but lower in the hills, from the coal formation 
two and three fourth miles north west of New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county, 

Iron ore, farm of M. Johnson, from the coal formation, township eight, range eight, between sections 
two and three, Tuscarawas county, 

Sandstone, from a quarry on a hill, from the coal formation near Rogersville, Tuscarawas county, 

Hornstone, (fossiliferous,) loose masses, from the coal formation five or six miles west of Dover, Tus- 
carawas county, 

Shale, (lossiliferous) from the coal formation of Tuscarawas county, 

Limestone, (fossiliferous) locality of E. near base of hills, from the coal formation in Tuscarawas eo. 

Coal, (bituminous,) one mile west of Rogersville, Tuscarawas county, 

Iron 6re,Z. from the coal formation, township nine, range one, lot twenty two, south west quarter of 
township, Tuscarawas'county, 

Kidney iron ore, from the coal formation, Tuscarawas county, -' 

Limestone, (fossiliferous) from the coal formation, Tuscarawas county, 

Sandstone, from the coal formation, three to three and a half miles from New Philadelphia, on road 
to Cumberland, Tusoa.»was county, 

Slaty iron ore, from the coal formation one half mile south of Fairfield ' furnace, Tuscarawas county, 

Granular iron ore, from the coal formation, Fairfield township, section fifteen, Tuscarawas county, 

Reddish limestone, (fossiliferous) from the coal formation, township ten, range one, one mile north of 
Fairfield furnace, Tuscarawas county, 

Limonite, (iron ore) thick bed used at Fairfield furnace, from the coal formation, Tuscarawas county, 

Kidney iron ore, (argillaceous iron ore) froni the coal formation, from seventy feet below O., Tuscara- 
was county, 

Bituminous coal, Blickenderfer's mine, from the coal formation, lot 31, T. 8, range two, on canal, tw<3 
and a half miles below New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county, 

Bituminous coal, J. Swihart's bank, section 4, T. 8, range three, four and a half miles south west of Ca- 
nal Dover, Tuscarawas county, 

Blue Limestone (fossiliferous) from the coal formation, valley of Stone Creek, three and a half to four 
miles from New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county, 

Sandstone, (coarse) Seaton's farm, from the coal formation one half mile northeast of New Philadel 
phia, Tuscarawas county, 

Iron ore, east bank of Tuscarawas, Seaton's farm, from the coal formation, two miles above New 
Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county, 

Iron ore containing trixjbites, from the coal formation, Tuscarawas county, 

Shale, highly carbonized, (almost camiel coal,) from the coal formation, Muskingum county, 

Shale, glazed and highly carbonized, . do do do do do 

Bituminous coal, Lyder'a bank, do do do do do 

Concreted carbonate of lime, do do do do do 

Fossil plants (impressions of) in shale do do do do do 

Coal plant impression in sandstone, do do do do do 

Limestone, from Vandevest's, section twenty five, Union township, from the coal formation, Muskin- 
gum county. 

Balls of iron pyrites, from the coal formation, Muskingum county, 

Glazed shale, from the c»al formation at Talmadge, Portage cdtinty, 

Shale, with various impijessions of plants, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Limestone, (fossiliferous}) from the coal formation, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

Shale, do do do ' ... 

Bituminous coal; do do" do 

Alluvial conglomerate frpm the cut of the canal at 

Bituminous coal from the coal formation, 

Carbonate of iron; containing carbonate of lime 

Gray sandstone, frorii the coal formation, 

Gray sandstone, containing vegetable impressions, 

Carbonized shale (called "cannel coal,") 

Upper incisor, of the castor maximusof Foster, (cast of) 

Limestone, from the the coal formation near Zanesville, 

Sand, from the banks -of the Muskingum, do 

Bog iron ore, section fifteen, Falls township, land of Mr. Crooks, from the alluvial formation, Hock- 
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Argillaceous iron ore, (carbonate of iron,) Bright's land, section one, Falls township, from coal forma- 
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Kidney iron ore, (argillaceous iron 4re,) Star's mill, Little Monday Creek, coal formation, Hocking 
county, ■ .« 

Limonite, (hydrated peroxide of irco,) oa Little Monday Creek, section thirty three, township four- 
teen, range sixteen, three fourthsof a mile below D., coal formation, Hocking county, 

Red sandstone, from the conglomerate, four or five miles above Logan, on road to Lancaster, coal for- 
mation, Hocking county, 

Gray sandstone, from the conglomerate from the coal formation, four or five miles above Logan, on the 
road to Lancaster, Hocking county, 

Limonite, (iron ore) land of Thomas Wright, from the coal formation, section twenty, Green township 
Hocking-county, 

Recent or alluvial conglomerate, from the alluvial formation, two and a half miles below Logan, 
on the canal, Hocking county, 

Limonite, (iron ore) land of Judge Wright, from the coal formation, section twenty six, Star township, 
Hocking county, 

Ferruginous limestone, from the coal formation, section twenty six, Star township, Hocking county, 

Micaceous limestone, one mile below Judge Wright's, from the coal formation, on a branch of Raccoon 
creek, Hocking county, 

Limonite, (iron ore) section nine, from the coal formation, Washington township, Hocking county, 

Bog iron ore, (limonite) from the aliuvial formation, section twenty nine, Star township, Hocking 
county, 

Limonite, from high hill, one mile below Judge Wright's, from the coal formation, on branch of 
Raccoon creek, Hocking county, 

Blue clay, one and a half miles south of falls of Hocking, from the coal formation on the road to Mc 
Artherstown, Hocking county, 

Soil (argillaceous) from the coal formation, Hocking county, 

Limestone, (fossiliferous) from the cpal formation, Trumbull county, 

Calamite on sandstone, six miles a|ove Newport, from the north east part of Boardman, Portage 
count/, i ■ 

Bituminous coal, Heller's mine, lotoumber twelve, township eight, range two, on old Town Creek 

Tuscarawas county, 
-Sandstone, (gritstone) six miles above Newport, Tuscarawas county, 

Bituminous coal, Emmons' coal mine, one mile above Lockport, Tuscarawas county, 

Bituminous coal, Weeks' coal bedj near Waterford, de do 

Sandy micaceous limestone, from a hill a little east of Waterford, do do 

Clay used for potters ware, from Newport, do do 

Clay, a little below Newport, \ do do 

Iron ore (limonite) section tntrty sUk tOWrtsmp eight, range eighteen, Jackson county, 

Hornstone, (fossiliferous) loose masses neao - Jackson, do do 

Iron ore, (limonite) section five, township s$ven, range eighteen, twenty seven to thirty feet above coal, 

near Jackson, Jackson county, 
Waverly sandstone, section thirty two, township eight, range nineteen, mill race of J. Clark, Pigeon 
Creek, Jackson county, 

Limestone, from the mill race of T. Clark, section thirty two, township eight, range nineteen, Pigeon 
Creek, Jackson county, 

Micaceous limestone, contiguous to coal, on Sugar Camp Creek, two miles from Jackson, towards 
Athens, Jackson county, 

Gray limestone, upper part of limestone at RadclifT's, four miles east of Jackson, Jackson county, 

Argillo ferruginous limestone, on land of Mr. Rice, section fourteen, township seven, range eighteen, 
Jackson, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, (limonite-^probably i. little Ijelow the mill stone, near RadclifT's, Jackson, Jackson 'county, 

Limestone, (lower part of bee at RadclifT's) four miles east of Jackson, Jackson county, 

Ferruginous calc spar in argillo ferruginous limestone, on land of Mr. Rice, two miles east of Jack- 
son, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, (limonite) below the blue limestone, section thirty two, township ten, range seventeen, Clin- 
ton, Jackson county, . 

Iron ore, (limonite) above the blue limestone, no-rth east of section twenty eight, township ten, range 
seventeen, Clinton, Jacksoi countj, 

Loam, from the stratum in which the mastodon bones were found, Jackson township, Jackson county 

Marly sandy clay, above theoone stratum, Jackson township, Jackson county, 

Buhrstone, Lick Rich, Jackscn county, 

• . do (imperfect) "Cysm's quarry," section three, south east quarter Clinton, Jackson county, 

Slaty sand stone, section twenty two, Elk, Athens county, 

Buhr stone, Musselman's qua:ry, section six, Elk, Athens county, 

do Craig's do section nine, north west quarter, Clinton, Jackson county, 

do Cassel's do section twenty nine, Richland, do do 

Hornstone, various colors at tie locality, section one, do . do do 

Limestone, light blue, in T. eliven, (fossiliferous) section one, Richland, Jackson county, 
do blue above D. eleven 'do do do do do do 

do blue, dark, do do do do do do 

Iron ore, silicious, containing mcriniies, above the blue sandstone fifty or sixty feet, near the top of 
the Waverly series, settionnine, Richland, Jackson county, 

Sandstone, blue, (Waverly serhs, upper, part,) section eight, Jackson county, 

Clay containing vegetable remans, aad overlying F., Jackson township, Jackson county, " 

Yellowish marly loam, separate! from K. by a thin layer of ferruginous sand, 

Sandstone, fine grained, Wavery series, Jackson county, 

Grit stone, used for whetstone^ near Strong's mill, three miles north west of Jackson, Jackson county, 

Conglomerate, below Strong's nill, three miles northwest of Jackson , J ackson county, 

Sandstone, of the Waverly seies, section six, Richland, do do 

Iron ore, section eighteen, towrship spven, range eighteen, two miles north west of Jackson, Jackson 

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Buhrstone, from Sisson's do Clinton, Jackson county, 

Bastard limestone," section eight, Elk, Athens county, 
Shale, over coal, do do do do do 

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Limestone, connected with the buhr stone, section thirty, Elk, Athens county, 
Sandstone, from the north west quarter of section thirty two, Elk, Athens county, 
Blue limestone, upper layer, north west quarter of section thirty two, Elk, Athens county, 
Iron ore, (limonite) from the north west quarterof section thirty two,Elk, do do 

Silicified vegetable remains, two miles north west of Jackson, Jackson county, 
Sandstone, salt rock, Jackson, Jackson ceunty, 

do section two, east part of Lick, Jackson county, 
Grayish limestone, section two, north east part of Lick, Jackson county, 
Reddish sandstone, section two, near east line of the Lick reserve, Jackson county, 
Limestone, near the bed of Little Raccoon, near Reed's mill, Clinton, Jackson county; 
do near the bed of Little Raccoon, near Reed's mill, Clinton, Jackson county, 
do (argillaceous,) from the bed of Little Raccoon, near Reed's mill, Clinton, Jackson county, 
Sandstone, used for grindstones, section sixteen, Richland township, Jackson county, 
Limestone, over coal, section three, Richland township, Jackson county, 
Coal, section nineteen, Madison township, Jackson county, 

Limestone, under the buhr stone, section twenty five, Clinton township, Jackson county, 
Oil stone, from the buhr stone, R. McDougals' quarry, south west quarter section nineteen, Elk, 

Athens county, 
Buhr stone, Morrison's quarry, north west quarter section thirteen, Richland, Jackson county, 

do Pierson's quarry, north west quarter section thirteen, do do do 

Iron ore, one half foot above the buhr stone, Morrison's quarry, south west quarter section twenty 

nine, Elk, Athens county, 
Coal, (bituminous) Ward's coal mine, Jackson, Jackson county, 
Imperfect buhr stone, sometimes chert, from the buhr stone, section fourteen, Clinton, Jackson county, 
Limestone, under the buhr stone, section twenty six, Clinton, Jackson county, 
Yellow ochreous clay, section twenty six, do' do do 

Coal, section twenty six, do do do 

Silicious slaty limestone rock, passes into hornstone, section twenty six, Clinton, Jackson county, 
Iron ore, containing blende and, perhaps, oxide of zinc, section twenty six, Clinton, Jackson county, 
Calc spar, near John Canter's, two miles from Jackson furnace, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Limestone, above the variegated limestone at J. Canter's do do do 

Hornstone, John Canter's, south east quarter of section twenty four, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Iron ore, above the limestone, JoTin Canter's iHamilton, Jackson county, 
Variegated limestone, John Canter's, south east quarter section twenty four, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Sandstone, from Guilderland's, section twenty seven, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Conglomerate, section sixteen, Hamilton, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, from ground near Robert Snodgrass, Jackson Furnace, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Nodular iron ore (limonite, good) near Jackson Furnace, large vein, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Iron ore, (chocolate ore) good vein, near Jackson Furnace, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Sandstone, (thin stratum) over the coal used at the Jackson Furnace, Hamilton, Jackson county, 
Iron ore, (carbonate) found in digging a well, Daniel M.Daniels' land, section sixteen, Hamilton, Jack 

son county, 
Buhr stone, from a quarry on north east quarter of section thirteen, Richland, Jackson county, 
Loam, from which bricks are made without sand, Jackson village, Jackson county, 
Coal, from Bondurand's mine on Sugar Camp Creek, section fifteen, township seven, range eighteen, 

Jackson county, 

Fossil shells, in iron ore, two and a half miles north east of Lucasville, Scioto county, 
Calcareous conglomerate, (alluvial) west of Chillicothe, on Paint Creek, Ross county, 
Bituminous shale, two miles north west of Jackson, Jackson county, 

Slaty sandstone, with silicified vegetable remains, two miles northwest of Jackson, Jackson county, 
Sandy shale, (dark colored) two miles north west of Jackson, Jackson county, 
Slaty sandstone, containing nodules of iron ore, two miles north west of Jackson, Jackson county, 
Sandstone, (Jackson sandstone) overlies |he iron ore marked A. 7, Jackson, Jackson county, 
Sandstone, called the salt rock, J. McQuality's quarry, do do do 

Iron ore, from the land of Mr. Dixon, section twenty third, township seven, range eighteen, Jackson 

county, 
Reddish sandstone, two and a half miles north north west of Jackson, above the coal, Jackson county 
Sandstone, (salt rock) one and a fourth rqilesiwest of Jackson^ Jackson township, 

do with vegetable impressions below the bituminous shale C. 7, two miles north west of Jack 

son, Jackson county, ; 

Shale, below the coal, and reposes on K. 7, Jackson, Jackson county, 

Shale, above the coal, Chandler's mine, |wo and three fourth miles north west of Jackson, Jackson co. 
Conglomerate of the gravel beds, (alluvial) beneath, Portsmouth, Scioto county, 
Wood partially decayed, in the fine blue feand formation under Portsmouth, Sciotocounty, 
Pyrites in Waverly sandstone, from the fack at Chillicothe, Ross county, 
Slate of Scioto and Whetstone, contains tie septaria nodules, Worthington, Franklin county, 
Coralline, from the quarries back of Cincinnati, Hamilton county, 
Plates of an encrinite in limestone, backiof Cincinnati, Hamilton county, 
Fossil plant, in Waverly sandstone, near Chillicothe, west of the Scioto, Ross county, 
Hornstone, from the Columbus limestone, Sullivant's quarry, Franklin county, 

Fossiliferous limestone, from the Dublin quarries, four miles west of Worthington, Franklin county, 
Sulphate of barytes, from the septaria balls west of Worthington, Franklin county, 
Alluvial clay, formed at the mouth of thetScioto, Scioto county, 
Compact limestone, from Duck Creek, eist of Marietta, Washington county, 
Fossiliferous iron ore, near Charles Crullp, Jefferson township, Scioto county, 
Limestone, (white) John Canter's, section twenty four, Hamilton township, Jackson county, 
Bitumen, in a ravine above S. Kinnear's, four, miles north of Columbus, Franklin county, 



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Encrinite, in blue limestone, Muskingum county, 

Clay, Worthington, Franklin county, 

Fossil shell, in limestone, near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

Stalactite, 

Slaty red oxide of iron, 

Calamite impression, Putnam Hill, Muskingum county, 

Carbonate of iron, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

Calamine and iron ore, three fourth miles south east of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

Productus, in limestone, Cincinnati, Hamilton county, 

Trilobite (asaphus) in limestone, Sulhvant's quarries, Franklin county, 

Cyathophyllum, in limestone, Sullivant's quarries, Franklin county, 
do from limestone, Sullivant's quarries, Franklin county, 

Spirifer, from the ore bed eighteen feet below the mammoth ore bed, Scioto Furnace, Scioto county, 

Bituminous coal, Pomeroy mines, Meigs county, 

Neuropteris in shale, from the Henry coal seam, Buffalo Skull Lick, Jackson county, 

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Fossils, in iron ore, from the level of the mammoth ore bank, Scioto Furnace, Scioto county, 

Iron ore, silicious, High Hill, section seven, township seven, range nineteen, Pike county, 

Iron ore, silicious, pebbly, High knob above Wills' saw mill, section thirty four, township eight, range 
nineteen, Jackson county, 

Buhr stone, Jefferson township, Jackson county, 

Stalactite, from a gravel bank, do do 

Iron ore, below the blue limestone, section 32, township 10, range 17, Clinton, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, above the blue limestone, section 28, township 10, range 17, Clinton, Jackson county, 

Pentamerus, in gray compact limestone, Lick township, Jackson county, 

Zinc and iron ores, near the coal, from section five, township seven, range eighteen, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, (limonite) Elk township, Athens county, 

Iron ore, from loose masses of buhr stone, section nineteen, Elk township, Athens county, 

Buhrs<onc, McDougal's quarry, Richland township, Jackson county, 

Hone stone, lrom McDougaPs oil stone quarry, south west corner of section nineteen, Elk town- 
ship, Athens county, 

Bastard limestone, section eight, Elk township, Athens county, 

Sandstone, containing encrinal spines from junction of the Waverly sandstone with the conglomer 

ate, Section nine, Richland toWnali\., Tn o lr an i n county, 

Marly sandy clay, above the bone stratum, Pigeon branch of the middle fork of Salt Creek, Jackson co... 

Clay, from the bone stratum, Pigeon branch of the middle fork of Salt Creek, Jackson county. 

Yellowish marly clay or loam, from Pigeon branch of the middle fork of Salt Creek, Jackson county, 

Gneiss, from a boulder, 

Compact limestone, Athens county, 

Waverly sandstone, containing blende, one and a half miles above Portsmouth, Scioto county, 

Hydraulic limestone, near Akron, near the turnpike gate, Portage county, 

Sandstone, bearing the marks of fire, from thirty feet below the surface, on the banks of the Ohio, at 

Portsmouth, Scioto county, 
Iron ore, from Darby Creek, Franklin county, from J. Ridgeway, 
Pyritous coal, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Calc spar, from Muskingum county, 

Encrinite, in limestone of the coal formation, Muskingum county, 

Plant changed to coal, in sandstone, from the cut of the canal at Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Fossil, from limestone near West Union, Adam's county, 
Calcareous Tufa, (alluvial formation) 

Ancient pottery, found near Akron, sentby J. A. Cleveland, Portage county, 
Gypsum, (crystals of ) found near Akron, sent by J. A. Cleveland, Portage county, 
Decomposed mica slate, found near Akron, said by some mineral rod man to contain gold, Portage co 
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Leptrena internal, cast of, from the limestone near 

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Favosite, from Frankfort, Ky. 

Chert, from Springfield, Clark county, 

Compact limestone, Springfield, Clark county, 

Stalagmite, do do do 

Hornstone, from the limestone of the coal formation, Clinton township, Jackson county, 

Imperfect buhr stone, from the coal formation, middle fork of Salt Creek, Richland, Jackson county, 

Fossiliferous iron ore, (limonite) from the coal formation, north end of Richland township, Jackson co. 

Ferruginous sandstone, from the coal formation, north end of Richland township, Jackson county, 

Sandstone, (friable) from the coal formation north end of da do do do 

Buhrstone, from the coal formation, Sisson's quarry, Clinton township, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, limonite, containing fossils, from the coal formation, Bondurand's ore bed, south east quarter 

of south west quarter of section fourteen, township seven, range eighteen, Jackson county, 
Impressions of fossils on sandstone, from the coal formation near Jackson Furnace, Hamilton, Jack 

son county, 
Impressions of fossils on sandstone, from the coal formation near Jackson Furnace, Hamilton, Jack 

son county, 
Iron ore, limonite, thick bed, from the coal formation near Jackson Furnace, Hamilton, Jackson co. 
Buhr stone, from the coal formation, JefTerson, Jackson county, 

do containing the atrypa, from the coal formation, Clinton, Jackson county, 
Black limestone, from the coal formation, north east part of Richland, near A. Lentz, Jackson county, 
Cannel coal, from the coal formation, Guilderland's pit, 1 mile north of Jackson Furnace, Jackson co. 
Bituminous coal, from the coal formation, Guilderland's pit, I mile north of Jackson Furnace, Jackson co. 
Encrinite, in limestone, from a buhr stone quarry, coal formation, Raccoon Creek, Clinton, Jackson co. 
Limestone, gray and crystalline, Jackson county, 
Kidney iron ore, (limonite) from the coal formation, John Canter's section twenty four, Hamilton, 

Jackson county, 

Lignite, in clay, from the banks of the Ohio, at Portsmouth, below the clay formation, Scioto county, 
Buhr stone, from R. McDougal's quarry, three miles west of McArthurstown, Athens county, 
Sandstone, above the coal, Elk township, Athens county, 

Iron ore, above the buhr stone, Morrison's quarry. Elk township, Athens county, 
Iron ore, roasted, (block ore) from near Clinton Furnace, Scioto county, 
Limestone, from the coal formation, section twenty seven, Elk township, Athens county, 
Nodules, from the Waverly sandstone, Scioto county, 

do fossiliferous, from the Waverly sandstone, Scioto county, 
Pyrites, coal formation, Scioto county, 
Ammonites, in a nodule from the Waverly sandstone, Clugman's quarry, Scioto county, 

do from the Waverly sandstone, Master's quarry, near Portsmouth, Scioto county, 

Encrinites, in a nodule from the Waverly sandstone, Master's quarry, Portsmouth, Scioto county, 
Asterophylites, large specimen on shale, Putnam Hill, near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

do ..._ smalj specimen on sha le, Putnam Hill, near Zan,esville,_ Muskingum county, 
Lepidodendron, on sandstone, from the coal formation, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Calamites, from the coal formation, Putnam Hill, near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

do and pecopteris, from the coal formation, Putnam Hill, near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Glazed and red shale, from the coal formation, Grotto of Plants, near Marietta, Washington county, 
Neuropteris, in red shale, from coal formation, Grotto of Plants, near Marietta, Washington county, 
Pecopteris, in red shale, from the coal formation, Grotto of Plants, near Marietta, Washington county 
Pebble, three fourths of a mile southeast of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Nodular iron ore, three fourths of a mile, south east of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Nodular iron ore, Falls township, Dillon's Furnace, north west of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Compact limestone, Falls' township, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Fossil plant on shale, Putnam's Hill, Muskingum county, 
Conglomerate, from gravel banks near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Sandstone, slaty and micaceous, from the coal formation, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Pecopteris on shale, Putnam's Hill, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

Pebbles of iron ore, three fourths of a mile south east of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Cyathophyllum, Flint Ridge, Falls township, Muskingum county, 
Gorgonia, Putnam's Hill, Muskingum county, 
Spirifer, do do do do 

Encrinal impression, Putnam's Hill, Muskjngum county, 

do spine, Licking county, 
Spirifer, do 

Spirifer, various corallines in limestone, Putnam's Hill, Muskingum county, 
Spirifer, Lickingcounly, 

Fossil shell in argillaceous iron ore, Licking county, 
Fossiliferous limestone, Zanesville, 

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Decomposed septaria, Putnam's Hill, near Zanesville, 

Sandstone, from the base of the hill, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens county, 
Shale, sixty feet thick, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens county, 
Iron ore, from the shale, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens county, 

Limestone, from the lower part of the quartz rock, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens county, 
Quartz rock, from the upper part of the quartz rock, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens co. 
Iron ore, (limonite) resting on the upper part of the above, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens co. 
Sandstone, over the quartz rock, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens county, 
Silicious iron ore, from the upper part of the bed, at the Wildcats den, Elk township, Athens county, 
Gorgonia, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell, Muskingum county, 
Calcareous spar, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell, Muskingum county, 
Pentamerus, in do do do do do 
Encrinal remains, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell, Muskingum county, 
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Cyathophyllum, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell, Muskingum county, 

Buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell, Muskingum county, 

Crystallized quartz, from buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell, Muskingum county, 

Calcareous carbonate of iron, (passing into limonite) near Dillon's forge, Falls township, Muskingum co. 

Blende and calamine, in nodular iron ore, coal formation, Putnam Hill, Muskingum county, 

Oolitic iron ore, coal formation, Putnam Hill, Muskingum county, 

Spirifer in limestone, coal formation, near Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

Limestone containing various fossils, north of the river road, three miles north west of Columbus, 

Franklin county, 
Argillo ferruginous limestone, part of a large nodule of septaria from the slate, one mile north west of 

Worthington, Franklin county, 
Brown spar, from the centre of a large nodule of septaria from the slate, one and a half mile westof 

Worthington, Franklin county, 
Atrypa, (several species) from the white limestone, of the coal formation, near Clinton furnace, Scioto co 
White earth, found under the calcareous iron ores, at Clinton furnace, Scioto co. (Please analyze this.) 
Nodule of iron ore, from the Clinton furnace, Scioto county, 
Fossil shell, from the slate formation, 

Encrinal spine, from the limestone of the coal formation, Clinton Furnace, Scioto county, 
Pentameius, from the limestone of the coal formation, Clinton furnace, Scioto county, 
Fossiliferous, decomposed impure limestone, Licking county, 
Encrini and spirifers, in Waverly sandstone, Granville, Licking county, 
Productus, Licking county, 
Lepidodendron, on sandstone, Zanesville, 
Encrinite, in limestone, Zanesville, 

Vegetable impression on slate, of the slate formation, four miles north of Columbus, near S. Kinear's 
Iron and Plumbago, from the seams of the hearth of the Scioto furnace, Scioto county, 
Clay, Newark, Licking county, 

Vat muck, containing the fossil bones, a half mile north of Nashport, Licking county, 
feeopteris, on sandstone, Ohio, 

Fossils, unknown, on Waverly sandstone, Brigg's quarry, two miles above Portsmouth, Scioto co. 
Fossils, unknown, in clay and sand, next the alluvial conglomerate, Portsmouth, Scioto co. 
Orthoceratite, changed to sulphate of strontia, in a nodule of Waverly sandstone, Briggs quarry, two 

miles above Portsmouth, fccioto county, 
Encrinal stem, Brigg's quarry, two miles above Portsmouth, Scioto co. 

Blendej in a nodule of Waverly sandstone, Brigg's quarry, two miles above Portsmouth, Scioto co. 
I-Aiiimouites, impression in Waverly sandstone, Brigg's quarry, two miles above Portsmouth, Scioto co, 
Shale, Stephenson's mine, in a ravine, opposite Stewart's mill, Poland, Trumbull county, 
Pecopteris, on coarse sandy shale, roof of A. Whittlesey's coal mine, Talmadge, Portage county, 
Coke, from the coal of D. Upson's mine, Talmadge, Portage county, 
Coke, from the Brownsville coal, 
Columbus marhlfi, Sullivant's quarry, Ftnnklinton, 
Fibrous gypsum, Portage, Sandusky county, 

Calc spar, in iron ore, near Dillon's forge, Falls township, Muskingum county, 
Fossil plant, impression on shale, Talmadge, Portage county, 
Spirifer, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 
Chalcedony, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 
Cyathophyllum, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 
Encrinite, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 
Buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 

Quartz crystalized, in buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 
Sulphate of barytes, from buhrstone, Flint ridge, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 
Coal plant, changed to iron ore, four miles west of Clinton furnace, Scioto county, 
Septariated iron ore, on the road from Jackson to Piketon, Jackson county, 
Zinc, and iron ore, (to be anylized) Jackson county, 
Zinc, and iron ore, (to be analyzed) Putnam Hill, Muskingum county, 
Fossil, from the ore beds near Clinton Furnace, Scioto county, 

do bivalve, (pholadomya elongata) Clinton Furnace, Scioto county, 

do univalve, 

do atrypa, (pholadomya elonagata) 

do spirifer, 

do shells in iron ore, (pholadomya elongata) 

do stem of a plant, 
Iron ore, (limonitel Mr. Snodgrass, Hamilton township, Jackson county, 
Black fossiliferous limestone, Clinton township, Jackson county, 
Chert, Lick township, Jackson county, 

Silicious nodules, section four, Lick township, Jackson county, 
Ferruginous shale, 

Iron ore, (limonite,) one half mile north of Cuswing's tavern, Logan, Hocking county, 
Fossiliferous iron ore, two and a half miles east of Lucasville, Scioto county, 
Sandstone, Calvin's quarry, coal formation, section twenty six, Elk, Jackson county, 
Limestone, below the sandstone of Calvin's quarry, Elk township, section twenty six, 
Silicified vegetable remain, from the shales of the Henry coal seam, two miles north west of Jackson, 

Jackson county, 

Conglomerate, at the base of the coal formation, four and a half miles north west of Jackson, Jackson co. 
Fossil shell, in a nodule of iron ore, in the Waverly sandstone, Liberty, Jackson county, 
Vegetable remains, in a nodule of iron ore, in the Waverly sandstone, Liberty, Jackson county, 
Fossils, of the upper layers of the Waverly sandstone, five miles north west of Jackson, Jackson co. 
Chert, from the limestone, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, from section sixteen, Washington township, Jackson county, 
Iron ore, two miles north west of Jackson, Jackson county, 

Iron ore, section twenty eight, on a high ridge, abundant, Washington, Jackson county, 
Buhr stone, south east quarter of section three, Clinton, Sisson's quarry, Jackson county, 



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Calamite, from the sandstone, ZaaeaviHe, Muskingum county, 

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Fossil plant impression, near Marietta, Washington county, 
Fossiliferous iron ore do do do do 

Sandstone, of the coal formation, two miles west of Marietta, Washington county, 
Productus, Marietta, Washington county, 

Fossil plants, in ferruginous limestone, section eight, Elk township, Athens county, 
Vegetable impression in sandstone, between conglomerate and Waverly series, five miles north west ol 

Jackson, Jackson county, 
Nodular iron ore, containing blende, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Argillaceous carbonate of iron and lime, do do do 
Mineral charcoal, in black shale, do do do 

Part of a plant changed to coal, from the sandstone in the cut of the canal, Zanesville, Muskingum co. 
Encrinite stem, productus, spirifer, pentamerus, terebratula, and another fossil from the limestone at 

Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Silicified favosite, from the limestone at Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Lepidodendron, Joe's Run, near Dillon's Furnace, Hopewell township, Muskingum county, 

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Coal, in contact with limestone, Putnam Hill, Muskingum county, 

Argillaceous iron ore, (impure) mined for Dillon's Furnace, Falls township, Muskingum county, 
Vegetable impression, Zanesville, Muskingum county, 

do do on shale, three fourths of a mile south east of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Limestone, of the coal formation, Putnam, do do 
Gorgonia, in the coal formation, three fourths of a mile south east of Zanesville, Muskingum county, 
Orthoceratite 1 in the sandstone from the coal formation, Zanesville, 
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Chert in loose masses, north west part of Poland, Trumbull county, 



Letter and number of the boxes of the collections. 



Limestone, lot No. 82, Freedom, Portage county, 
Argillo ferruginous limestone, F. Wadsworth's land. 
Portage county, 



one half mile above the saw mill, Edinburgh 



Calcareous sandstone, detached masses, one half mile west of North Hampton centre, Portage county, 
Coal, (bituminous,) Portage county, 

Cannel coal, or very highly bituminized shale, middle of the north line of Freedom, Portage county, 
Potters' clay, used at Stanley & Bemis' pottery, in Newton, south line of Jackson Tp., Trumbull co. 
Calcareous carbonate of iron, one half mile east of Jackson centre, Trumbull county, 
Gray sandstone, containing mineral charcoal, Lowry's quarry, Talmadge, Portage county, 
Potters' clay, lots 55 and 56, one half mile west of centre of North Hampton, Portage county, 
Limestone, like that of Sandusky, and the adjoining islands, (boulder 20 feet through,) from south west 

part of Boston, Summit county, 
Potters' clay, south west part of Boston, Summit county, 
Coal plant impressions, in shale and slaty sandstone, from H. Newbury's coal mine, north west of Tal- 
madge, Portage county, 

Coal, (bituminous,) Wright's mine, one mile west of Talmadge, Portage county, 

Coke, made in open air, from coal 59 above, 

Coal, (bituminous,) D. Upson's mine, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Coke, from the coal 61 (coked in ovens,) Talmadge, Portage county, 

Neuropteris, in silicious shale or slaty sandstone, from A. Whittlesey's coal mine, Talmadge, Portage co, 

Encrinal remains, in sandstone, from the top of the Waverly sandstone series, near Newark, Licking co. 

Limestone, of the coal formation, lot No. 18, Shaler's Steep, Springfield, Summit county, 

Argillaceous iron ore, of the coal formation, lot No. 18, Shaler's Steep, Springfield, Summit county, 

Coke 

Impression in sandstone, called "stone fruit," from a boulder, Springfield, Summit county, 

Clay, made into stone ware, Springfield, 

Carbonate of iron, from Bankbard's old saw mill, Portage, Summit county, 

Coal, bituminous, Fink's mine, Norton, Medina county, 
I Carbonate of iron, one mile south west of Akron, lot nineteen, Portage, Summit county, 
\ Argillaceous limestone, one mile south west of Akron, lot number nineteen, Portage, Summit co. 

Calcareous sinter, two hundred yards below the bridge, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit eounty, 

Hydraulic limestone, from the foot of the rapids, at Cuyahoga Falls, Summit county, 
( Argillo ferruginous limestone, from the foot of the rapids, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit county, 
\ Hydraulic limestone, after calcination, from near the lower paper mills, Cuyahoga Falls, Summitco. 



Fossil, "fruit" impression, in sandstone, Mendenhall's coal mine, one half mile south west of Tal- 
madge Centre, Portage county, 
Fossil coal plant, impression on sandstone, Mendenhall's coal mine, one half mile south west of Tal- 
madge, Portage county, 
Sandstone, (grindstone grit) Sperry's quarry, north line of Talmadge, Portage county, 
Coal, (bituminous) one half mile west of Greentown, Stark county, 
Limestone, (fossiliferous, blue,) from the coal formation, half a mile west of Greentown, Stark co. 

do east line of Atwater, Portage county, 
Fossil plants in black shale, at the saw mill, lot five, C. F.,east line of Atwater, Portage county, 
Blende, in carbonate of iron, lot number fifty one, Deerfield, Portage county, 
Limestone, (black) from the coal formation, south east corner of Deerfield, Portage county, 
Kidney iron ore, half a mile north of Berlin centre, Trumbull county, 
Limestone, from the falls of Meander Creek, Ellsworth, Trumbull county, 

Sulphate of barytes, with iron ore, from the falls of M eand er Creek, Ellsworth, Trumbull county, 
Clay, one half mile north of Berlin Centre, Trumbull county, 

Clay, containing crystals of selenite, } of a mile south east of Ellsworth Centre, Trumbull county, 
Limestone, (ferruginous) one mile south of Ellsworth Centre, Trumbull county, 
Coal, (bituminous) Steven's mine, north east corner of Beaver, Columbiana county, 
Cannel coal, Steven's mine, north east corner of Beaver, Columbiana county, 
Limestone, (blue and black) coal formation, lot nineteen, fourth division, Canfield, Trumbull county, 
Coal, bituminous, coal formation, lot thirty, E. Whittlesy's mine, Canfield, Trumbull county, 
Coal, bituminous, C. Dermond's mine, coal formation, lot six, Ellsworth, Trumbull county, 
Limestone shale, of C. Dermond's mine, contains producta and other shells, lot number six, Ells- 
worth, Trumbull county, 
Limestone, blue, in the east part of Ellsworth, on the East Centre road, Trumbull county, 

do on north west part of lot No. 6, Division 4, Canfield, Trumbull county, 
Blende ferruginous, lot 3, Division 4, Canfield, Trumbull county, 

Carbonate of iron, east part of tract 11, in run near the road, Jackson, Trumbull county, 
Coal, Ohl's mine, lot No. 22, Austintown, Trumbull county, 
Clay, Big Meander, in the wood south of Weathersfield, Trumbull county, 
Carbonate of iron, lot No. 21, Hubbard, Trumbull county, 
Limonite, (iron ore,) lot No. 21, Hubbard, Trumbull county, 
Limestone, from a block in Squaw Run, near Youngstbwn, Trumbull county, 

Limestone, lot No. 56, Tyler's quarry, Hubbard, Trumbull county, 



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Carbonate of iron, lot No. 55, Hubbard, Trumbull county, 

Shale, containing impressions of plants, (calamites pecopteris, &c.,) Stevenson's mine, Poland, Trum- 
bull county, 
Argillaceous iron ore, found in alluvial gravel, i mile above Eaton's Furnace, Poland, Trumbull co. 
Carbonate of iron, one fourth mile below Eaton'i Furnace, Poland, Trumbull county, 
Limonite, one fourth mile below Eaton's Furnaee, Poland, Trumbull county, 
Iron ore, nodular, containing calamine and blende, lot No. 40, Youngstown, Trumbull county, 
Argillaceous iron ore, (workable,) from the coal formation, No. 40, Youngstown, Trumbull county, 
Fine clay, coal formation, No. 15, Coitsville, Trimbull county, 
Yellow clay, in the canal, near Maj. Montgomery's, Coitsville, Trumbull county, 
Carbonate of iron, containing blende, from the coal formation, one mile from Youngstown, up Mill 
Creek, Trumbull county, 

Iron ore carbonate of iron, from the coal formation, Youngstown furnace, Trumbull county, 
" " " " " " " " " lower bed, Youngstown furnace, Trumbull county, 

Blue clay, used in glazing, " " " " from the Big Meander, Ellsworth, Trumbull county, 

Clay, used for making ware, road 2 miles east of Can field, Trumbull county, 
" lot No. 30, Youngstown, Trumbull county, 

Cannel ooal, lot No. 11, south west part of Boardman, Trumbull county, 

Clay, from lot No. 20, Milton, Trumbull county, 

Fine clay, " " 40, used at Stanley & Bennis' pottery, south line of Jackson, Trumbull county, 

Carbonate of iron, lot No. 29, Deerfield, Portage county, 

Bituminous shale, or rather impure cannel coal, one half mile west of Charleston centre, Portage co. 

Calcareous tufa, alluvial deposit, from a mineral spring, one fourth mile east of the north west corner 
of Edinburgh, Portage county, 

Columbus limestone, Sullivant's quarries, Franklinton, Franklin county, 

Calcareous tufa, 

Belerophon? in limestone, Sullivant's quarries, Franklinton, Franklin county, 



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Pentamerus, (cast of) Sullivant's quarries, FranKlinton, Franklin county, 

Chert, Sullivant's quarries, Franklinton, Franklin county, 

Fossil fruit, in sandstone, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Lepidodendron, on sandstone, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Pecopteris, on sandstone, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Calamite, from sandstone, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Mineral charcoal, in sandstone, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Fossil coal plants, in sandstone, from the coal formation, Talmadge, Portage county, 

Granite, from a boulder, from Moses' quarry, 21 miles north west of Portsmouth , 

Greenstone, from a bouider, Euclid, Cuyahoga county, 

Limestone, white, from the coal formation, 4 miles from Jackson furnace, on the road to Jackson C. H 

Marl, Cleveland, Cuyahoga county. 

Marl, 

Yellow clay, 

White clay, 

Burnt clays, in balls, 

Clays, from the north east counties of the state, 

Coke, of Brownsville coal, 

Coal, 

Calcareous spar, from the slate of copperas mountain, Ross county, 

Sulphate of barytes, in brown spar, from the geodes in slate, Worthington, Franklin county, 

Shale, Marietta run, Bern township, above the coal, Beebe's, below mouth of Federal creek, Athens co. 

Ore from shale A, 

Sandstone, valley of Hocking, 3 miles below Beebe's, Athens county, 

Limestone, valley of Hocking, 3 miles below Beebe's, Athens county, 

Sandy limestone, Barrow's mill, Federal creek, Athens county, 
Manganesian iron ore, Carthage township, Athens county, 

Bear Wallow, near section 3, Carthage township, Athens county, 
valley of Hocking, 3 miles below Beebe's, Athens county, 

Shale, Doan's, i mile below Beebe's, Athe ns coun ty, 

Shale, red, from the shales and slaty standstones, below thick limestone, opposite Beebes' tavern, Athens 

county, 
Spirifer, from the limestone near Xenia, Greene county, 
Productus, from the limestone near Xenia, do do 
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Terebratula, from the limestone near Xenia,do do 
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Cyathophyllum, four species, from the limestone formation, near Xenia, Greene county, 
Madrepora, 

Cyathophyllum, in limestone, from Sullivant's quarry, Franklin county, 
Chert, in a knot of wood, 

Coralline, from the limestone near Lebanon, Warren county, 
Coccinopora, from the limestone near Lebanon, do do 
e. w. 30, Columnaria ? projections, Springfield, Clark county, 

w. 32, 
e. w. 31, like 30, Springfield, Clark county, 
Madrepora, from same place, 

do astrea, Springfield, Clark county, 
Eschara and milleporites, several species, West Union, Adams county, 
Eschara stomatopora, Dayton, Montgomery county, 
Calamapora spongites, Springfield, Clark county, 
Fungia, do do do 

Favosite, Franklinton, Franklin county, Ohio, 
do Frankfort, do do Ky. 

do Franklinton, do do Ohio, 

do Springfield, Clark county, 
Gorgonia, Franklinton, Franklin county, 
Sarcinula, Springfield, Clark county, 
Cyathophyllum, Springfield, Clark county, 

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