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5 Lesser Alban Beyond the last quadrangle is a little rocky ridge say 100 ft cover with blackens mosses & layers of gnarled chrystaline limestone, these come 200 ft leveled down in two main terraces nearly 100 ft wide the upper [[shealy ?]] level with the rectangle & the farther say 8 ft lower. Ground rich side [[shelf ? sheet ?]] & rock pottery, [[veeuhed ?]] [[accienly ?]] Narrow rocky ridge, 50 ft a level & scratched partly with plow 300 ft then rocky [[gravile ?]]ridge rising slowly toward Summit 400 ft
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