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angles but generally over 45 degrees.  They are much weathered and decayed and generally broken into rectangular fragments in situ.  No fossils were anywhere observed the rocks being greatly contorted and containing many nodules or concretions. On the beach some of the fragments obtained on a visit in 1866 contained miocene bivalves. The contact of the claystones with the granite was not exposed at any of the localities visited.