..Report on the building and ornamental stones of Canada, volI-V . tf P3. o m a 133 Literature:—Geol. Sur. Can., Rep. 1871-2, p. 128. 1872-3, p. 165. 1901, p. IG J; p. 73 J; Perth Map Sheet,Pubhcation No. 789.Geol. Sur. Can., Map Pubhcation No. 626. Mississippi Area. This area includes a small patch in Drummond and North Elmsley and astill smaller one in Montague. The main portion shows on the southeast andon the northwest corners of Mississippi lake and extends northward as anarrow belt, west of the Mississippi river, to lot 10 in con. XI of Pakenham.Although this stone has been quarried and

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..Report on the building and ornamental stones of Canada, volI-V . tf P3. o m a 133 Literature:—Geol. Sur. Can., Rep. 1871-2, p. 128. 1872-3, p. 165. 1901, p. IG J; p. 73 J; Perth Map Sheet,Pubhcation No. 789.Geol. Sur. Can., Map Pubhcation No. 626. Mississippi Area. This area includes a small patch in Drummond and North Elmsley and astill smaller one in Montague. The main portion shows on the southeast andon the northwest corners of Mississippi lake and extends northward as anarrow belt, west of the Mississippi river, to lot 10 in con. XI of Pakenham.Although this stone has been quarried and
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..Report on the building and ornamental stones of Canada, volI-V . tf P3. o m a 133 Literature:—Geol. Sur. Can., Rep. 1871-2, p. 128. 1872-3, p. 165. 1901, p. IG J; p. 73 J; Perth Map Sheet,Pubhcation No. 789.Geol. Sur. Can., Map Pubhcation No. 626. Mississippi Area. This area includes a small patch in Drummond and North Elmsley and astill smaller one in Montague. The main portion shows on the southeast andon the northwest corners of Mississippi lake and extends northward as anarrow belt, west of the Mississippi river, to lot 10 in con. XI of Pakenham.Although this stone has been quarried and used to a small extent in CarletonPlace, Almonte, Pakenham and Lanark, I learned of no important quarryand none was visited. Judging from the old buildings in Almonte, the sandstones west of thatplace are of white colour and sufficiently soft to be carved with some facility.The stone seen in Lanark village and said to have been quarried in the town-ship of Drummond, is of a yellowish colour and has well withstood the attacksof the weather. There is probably no essent