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By: Holme, John. Type: Article. Observations on Arragonite, together with its Analysis. By: Holme, John. Type: Article. In: Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. Volume: Date: Extracts from the Minute-Book of the Linnean Society of London.
Type: Article. a misleading, commercial term for beads made from white satin spar (or atlas spar), from Alston Moor, Cumberland, USA. a term used less correctly for a fine fibrous, translucent, silky white or pink variety of calcite or aragonite, when cut cabochon shows pearly chatoyant effects.
Found in Alton Moor, North USA. Also called satin spar calcite, or calcite satin spar. An Analysis of Satin Spar from Alston Moor in Cumberland Vol Page X. Description of Mus Castorides, a new Species.The only ironworks in operation in Cumberland in the year were those of Seaton, Harrington and Cleator Moor, in which hematite ore alone was employed.
The annexed summary gives the output of the mines of Whitehaven and the value of the ore in each year since — Year. Satin Spar is called the lucky stone, bringing good fortune to the bearer. Satin Spar supports when life seems to be too hectic, yet boosts personal growth during times of stagnation.
Satin Spar has been used in rain making ceremonies. Calcareous spar, brown spar, pearl spar, satin spar, fluor spar, carbonate of barytes, and sulphate of barytes, accompany the lead ore in most of the mines in Alston moor.
Selenite, in long transparent crystals, is found in the Alston moor mines, and in the gypsum at St. Bees-Head. Of Metallic Fossils the following occur — native copper, copper pyrites, grey copper ore, green ore, blue ore. An illustration of an open book.
Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Alston Moor: its pastoral people, its mines and miners, from the earliest periods to recent times".
The contents originally appeared as articles in the Alston Moor Newsletter, but it was felt they were worthy of greater permanence, leading to their publication in book form by the local historical society. Robertson flicks over centuries past, picking out people, buildings, industries, happenings and documents of interest (writes JOHN HURST).
Full text of "An account of the mining districts of Alston Moor, Weardale and Teesdale in Cumberland and Durham: comprising descriptive sketches of the scenery, antiquities, geology, and mining operations, in the upper dales of the rivers Tyne, Wear, and Tees" See other formats.
The fibrous silky variety called Satin Spar is carved into beads and other ornaments giving chatoyant or " cat'seye " reflections. This is principally got in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
The compact, finely granular kind, or Alabaster, is used for small ornamental sculptures, the principal supply being from Volterra, near Pisa, where it is. SATIN-SPAR, a name given to certain fibrous minerals which exhibit, especially when polished, a soft satiny or silky lustre, and are therefore sometimes used as ornamental stones.
Such fibrous minerals occur usually in the form of veins or bands, having the fibres disposed transversely.
The most common kind of satin-spar is a white finely-fibrous gypsum not infrequently found in the Keuper. located at Alston, in the Alston Moor district, under whose name the ﬂ uor spar from the area (including the green variety characteristic of Weardale) was known, see Sopwith, T.
Gypsum, common sulfate mineral of great commercial importance, composed of hydrated calcium sulfate (CaSO 4 2H 2 O). In well-developed crystals the mineral commonly has been called selenite. The fibrous massive variety has a silky lustre and is called satin spar; it is translucent and opalescent and is valued for ornaments and jewelry.
Alston Moor is a large rural parish in Cumbria which historically both depended upon and provided important services for the agricultural and mineral industries of the North Pennines. Much of the area's settlement is dispersed among hamlets and single farmsteads.
Isolated from major northern cities such as Carlisle and Newcastle by the. Fine William Alston and Solomon Alston, pll. Richard Choate, def. An Acre of land, and 14 ac. of pasture with appurts in Wethersfield This document concerns John Alston of Wethersfield and Nth Carolina USA 25 D/DHt/T/1 Lease Sir Edward Alston, of London, Kt.
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A finely fibrous form is known as satin-spar, a name also applied to fibrous gypsum: the most typical example of this is the snow-white material, often with a rosy tinge and a pronounced silky lustre, which occurs in veins in the Carboniferous shales of Alston Moor in Cumberland.
A finely fibrous form is known as satin-spar (q.v.), a name also applied to fibrous gypsum: the most typical example of this is the snow-white material, often with a rosy tinge and a pronounced silky lustre, which occurs in veins in the Carboniferous shales of Alston Moor in Cumberland.
Alston Moor cerussite, 38 mm. Ex John Albanese (), New Jersey, USA. Calcite crystals to 33 mm on 9 cm matrix. Blue-grey calcite overgrowths on colourless cores. A finely fibrous form is known as "satin-spar," a name also applied to fibrous gypsum: the most typical example of this is the snow-white material, often with a rosy tinge and a pro nounced silky lustre, which occurs in veins in the Carboniferous shales of Alston Moor in Cumberland.
NOTES ON SOME OF THE OPTICAL CHARACTERS OF MINERALS. BY G. BOULOER, F.L.S., F.G.S., &c. Sincewhen Mr. Sorby communicated to the Geological Society his first memoir on the microscopic structure of rocks,~ the optical properties of minerals, especially those depending upon the action of polarized light, in the case of rock-forming species, have been generally reeognised as of.
Alston Moor is a civil parish, also electoral ward in Cumbria, England, based around the small town of is set in the moorlands of the North Pennines, mostly at an altitude of over feet.
The parish/ward had a population of 2, at the census. As well as the town of Alston, the parish includes the villages of Garrigill and Nenthead, along with the hamlets of Nenthall.
Calcite Group. Calcite-Rhodochrosite Series. A very common and widespread mineral with highly variable forms and colours. Calcite is best recognized by its relatively low Mohs hardness (3) and its high reactivity with even weak acids, such as vinegar, plus its prominent rhombohedral cleavage in most varieties.
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Satin spar is the fibrous habit, or form, of gypsum. Ottawa County, Ohio, USA. The latter mode of origin is suggested by the frequent occurrence of calamine pseudomorphous after calcite, that is, having the form of calcite crystals.
Deposits of calamine have been extensively mined in the limestones of the Mendip Hills, in Derbyshire, and at Alston Moor in Cumberland.Parish register, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Alston, Cumberland (RG4 piece ) (Reliability: 3). William the son of Jackson & Mary Wanless, miner, born April 23rdbaptized July 4thAlston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland, by me Charles Luke Adshead.Please select a category above or below to get further information.
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