A short time ago Professor H. F. Cleland, of Williams College, sent to the Mineralogical laboratory a portion of a diamond crystal which proved to be of considerable interest. The specimen was hollow, and it was desired to determine whether or not the cavity had originally contained another diamond. Not only was this cavity unusual, but in addition two faces were found which represent a new form for the diamond.

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