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Eosite.--Ti~~ author describes a specimen of "vanadio-molybdate of lead " from Leadhills, which differs so strikingly in its crystallographic and chemical characters from its nearest allies, wulfenite and descloizite, that he regards it as a type of a new species, and on account of its aurora-red colour, gives it the above name. Its matrix, abundantly beset with crystals of cerussite, is cellular ochreous galena. The cerussite is in several points encrusted with moss-like aggregations ofdoi:10.1039/js8712400500 fatcat:k3m2o7hvfrdt3ovl26oifdqqci