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Some schists are the product of the metamorphism of clays. A succession may be traced from a clay, to a slate, to a schist. Lf the minerals are coarse grained and segregated into rough bands the rock is termed a gneiss. A gneiss shows a lesser tendency to split along the bands than does a schist. Marble results from the metamorphism of limestone. The presence of carbon dioxide apparently aids the formation of a granular structure and a rough, microscopic schistosity may be imposed. Because the calcite grains develop an interlocking structure, large blocks, the desired feature for building purposes, may be extracted from between the pre-existing joint system in areas which are not otherwise tectonically disturbed.
Op. 11-13 9. ,Contrasts,2nd edn, 1841, p. 74 10. , A History of the Gothic Revival, 1872, p. 120 sqq. 11. Report of the Cambridge Camden Society for MDCCCXL, Cambridge, 1840, pp. 9, 15 12. Report of the Cambridge Camden Society for MDCCCXLI, Cambridge, 1841, p. 40 13. Ibid, p. 39 14. Report of the Cambridge Camden Society for MDCCCXLII, Cambridge, 1842, p. 23 15. The Ecclesiologist, 1, 1841-2, pp. 5, 29, 143 16. cit, pp. 179, 180 17. Ibid, p. 144 sqq. 18. Letter in Winchester College archives from Butterfield to Sir William Heathcote dated 1st or 17th June 1861 (quoted from Paul Thompson, William Butterfield, 1971, p.
1707, 'An Account of Architects and Architecture', p. 10 4. 23 5. Edmund Burke, A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and the Beautiful, 1757 6. Price, Uvedale, An Essay on the Picturesque, new edn, 1796, pp. 62-63 7. cit, p. 24 8. Op. 11-13 9. ,Contrasts,2nd edn, 1841, p. 74 10. , A History of the Gothic Revival, 1872, p. 120 sqq. 11. Report of the Cambridge Camden Society for MDCCCXL, Cambridge, 1840, pp. 9, 15 12. Report of the Cambridge Camden Society for MDCCCXLI, Cambridge, 1841, p.