TRANSACTIONS OF THE HULL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Volume 5, page 27
The Upper Flintless Chalk at Beverley.
Mr. W. H. Crofts communicates the following note received from Mr. J. Villiers.--In the bore recently made at the Beverley Waterworks, flint was reached at 76 feet from the surface. This shews the upper flintless chalk to be upwards of 70 feet thick at this point.
Gift of Geological Specimens.
In January 1899, Mr. E. Pattison, of Leicester, through Mr. Fox-Strangways, of H.M. Geological Survey, presented to the Hull Geological Society a collection of minerals and fossils, consisting of between one and two thousand specimens.
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