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PLATE V. No. 1.


A VERT few words will supply what is wanting in the figure, to give a proper idea of this work. The lines are low and almost destroyed by the plough, being, at the time of survey, at most only two feet high. The situation is dry and pleasant, an agreeable place for a village, convenient to water; the soil consists of sand and gravel. The figures 4, 8, 10, &c., indicate the position and height of mounds. These are of earth, excepting two, marked m, m, which are of sandstone and limestone.

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