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I have the honor to submit the accompanying Memoir on the Invertebrate Fauna of the Hawkesbury - Wianamatta Series (beds above the productive Coal-Measures) of New South Wales, by Mr. Robert Etheridge, Junior, Palaeontologist.

The Wianamatta, Hawkesbury, and Narrabeen rocks constitute, as you are aware, extensive formations in the eastern central portion of this Colony, and are well represented in the district of Sydney. They may be regarded as the uppermost members of the great coal-bearing group which ranges down to the Lower Carboniferous.

The elucidation, therefore, of the Palæontology of this series is of much interest in the determination of this important geological horizon, which appears to be homotaxial with the Trias of the Northern Hemisphere.

This Memoir is the first of the Palaeontological series of the Geological Survey of New South Wales. The second, on The Tertiary Flora of Australia, by Baron C. von Ettingshausen, is now in the hands of the Government Printer, and will soon be issued. Almost ready for the press (the illustrations are already printed) is the recently revised work of Dr. Ottokar Feistmantel on the Geological and Paleontological Relations of the Coal and Plant-bearing beds of Paleozoic and Mesozoic Age in Eastern Australia and Tasmania, with special reference to the Fossil Flora; also a translation of the late Professor de Koninck's Recherches sur let Fossiles Palozoéiques de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud.

Mr. A. S. Woodward, F. G. S., &c., Assistant in the Geological Department, British Museum, has kindly undertaken the description of our fine collection of Fossil Fish from the Hawkesbury-Wianamatta Series.

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