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Tully, Onandaga Co; N. Y.
Tuesday, August 21d, 1888.
12.00 B1 Above 2 miles north of Tully Station, on the very top of the ridge which begins at or very near the Clayton Hotel, is a sharp comb of the ridge. 
This comb is the Tully Limestone. Still there is almost no exposure here. 
A short distance off the northern end of this, is one very large mass of the rock nearly [[underlined]] in situ [[/underlined]], a little tilted. It belongs to the middle section of the rock, at A., and contains on its upper surface several zaphreites. 
In other places, I have seen zaphrentes in this rock.