The unusual rarity of euhedral crystals of magnesite led the writer to make a special study of some obtained from Ward’s Natural Science Establishment by Dr. A. F. Rogers a few years ago. The crystals come from a magnesite deposit near Orangedale, Inverness County, Nova Scotia, the occurrence of which was described by A. O. Hayes in 1916.1

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