The rhodonite of a recent find at Franklin Furnace, N. J., presents such an unusual habit and appearance that specimens have been sent to the writers for identification, by Col. Roebling, R. B. Gage, F. A. Canfield, and Ward’s Natural Science Establishment, and the identification of the mineral as rhodonite has been reluctantly accepted by the connoisseurs of New Jersey minerals. For this reason and because the material presents several features of interest, an analysis of the rhodonite and brief description of the associated minerals are presented herewith.

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