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LIVERPOOL GEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.
April 2nd, 1883.
At the Ordinary Meeting, held this date, at the Free Library, Mr. HENRY BRAMALI., M. Inst. C.E., President, in the Chair, Mr. Isaac Roberts, F.G.S., F.R.A.S., was elected a Member.
Proposed as Members:
Messrs. Thomas S. Keyte, 18, Chatham Place, Edge Hill; and John Findlow, 42, Percy Street, Liverpool.
Three vols. of "Reports of Smithsonian Institution, 1878-80," and "Memoir of Joseph Henry," from the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, U.S.; " Proceedings (Parts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7) Norwich Geological Society, from the Society; Proceedings" (Part 5) Manchester Geological Society, from the Society; Paper on "The Formby and Leasowe Marine Beds at Hightown," by T. Mellard Reade, C.E., F.G.S., presented by the Author; "Annual Report, 1882, Lancashire and Cheshire Entomological Society," from the Society; "Annual Report, 1882, Liverpool Free Library and Museum," from the Librarian; Woodward's "Rudimentary Treatise of Recent and Fossil Shells," presented by Mr. Daniel Clague; Figuier's "World before the Deluge," translated by Bristow, complete edition, presented by Mr. Hopkin Thomas.
A Paper was read on
By T. MELLARD READE, C.E., F.G.S., F.R.I.B.A.
The deposits shewn in the Cliffs of Cromer have been of the greatest interest to geologists ever since geology came to be studied from the Huttonian and Lyellian standpoint. Here we have a very complete series of beds ranging from the latest period of the Crag (Weyburn Crag) to the present time. The first published notice of the celebrated Forest (Vol. III.-Session 1882-88-No. 7.)