Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to Sir Archibald Geikie from James Bennie describing examples of rocks showing evidence of glaciation and fossils which he has sent to Geikie by rail, and explaining which collections they have been borrowed from. He reports on locations in which he has found spore bearing shales and scorpion remains over the winter and spring.
Letter to Sir Archibald Geikie from James Bennie sending some specimens of shells from the bottom of a Gayfield Lake. Bennie reports that there was considerable vegetable debris also found at the lake bottom which was probably pondweed and encrustations from the stems of the plants. Numerous ostracod were also found which he has mounted on cards and sent to another party. This layer was 3-4 feet deep. The same layer was not found in the adjacent Broughton Lake.
List of fossil shells on Grand Canary Island from [Samuel Pickworth] Woodward including fossils of fishes and plants,with envelope, 6 June 1856.
List of Nizziti fossil shells from Etna by Professor Andrea Arndas of Catania, 1850s.