Class 4. Vegetable and Animal Substances used in Manufactures.

47. Flax and wool mixed together in equal parts.

48. Slubbings from the same.

49. Yarns from such slubbings.

50. Cloths produced from such yarns, woven on the exhibitor's circular loom.

51. Flax and wool mixed for flannels.

52. Yarns produced from the same.

53. Cloth produced from the same.

M. The same dyed.

55. Various samples of cloths produced from flax, flax, cotton, flax-silk, flax-wool, woven on Chevalier Claussen's circular loom, and intended to show the applicability of the invention to hosiery, &c.

56. Various samples of hemp, and other fibrous plants, prepared either in whole, or in part, as above.

Breadalbane, Marquis of, Tai/mouth, Aberfeldy, Scotland—Proprietor and Producer. Specimens of woollen yarn, made from the wool of the bison.

Mason, George, Tateley, Hartford Bridge, Hants— Producer. Flax, grown, steeped, and scutched at Yateley, Cobham, Surrey, and at the Farnborough Union workhouse, North Hants. Refuse tow from the above.

Monteiro, Lots Antonio, 13 Claremont Terrace,

Samples of sweetened chocolate, made of Caraccas cocoa, without any adulteration or farinaceous admixture; of Caraccas and British West India cocoas; and of British West India Islands' cocoa. Chocolate lozenges and confection of Caraccas cocoa, with other ingredients.

Keene, William, 24 ConMll—Proprietor. Case containing geological specimens from the Western Pyrenees.

[The Western Pyrenees consist chiefly of cretaceous deposits, with a central range of crystalline and metamorphic rocks. The Bunter sandstein occurs at intervals, and towards Argelles the oolitic series is represented. The Triassic rocks occupy the southern or Spanish, and the oolitic and cretaceous the northern or French side of the central ridge—D. T. A.]

Specimens of the "forty-day maize" grown in England, from new sorts cultivated by the exhibitor in the Pyrenees.

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