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WOODEN DEN Wooden Den [Continued from page 83]
with a mygdaloid concretions, chiefly of calcareous Spar; while this again, immediately passes into a more characteristic amygdaloid, containing, besides calcareous crystals, portions of green earth & felspar -
A fine bold cliff, rising almost perpendicular from the bed of the Stream, & projecting from the Contiguous banks so as to form the turn of the Glen, consists of this rock - The Glen abruptly terminates in another Cliff from 50 to 60 feet in height, over which the Burn falls perpendicularly forming a pretty Linn or Waterfall

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Parish of Kelso -- Sheet 10.5
[Signed] W. Beatty

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