They are built of blocks of pudding-stone, originally well jointed, but now much weathered.
You can lie out on the naked rocks and look like a piece of pudding-stone.
Here, on the contrary, the mountain is one pudding-stone; and most of the fragments are stones much rounded by attrition.
The basis of the soil is sandstone, covered with pudding-stone.
When the pebbles are rounded the conglomerate is a pudding-stone.
This appears evidently from the examination of our pudding-stone.
Concrete, now so much used for the foundations of large buildings, is a factitious breccia, or pudding-stone.
The strata here descend to the bottom of the river, which is above the place of the pudding-stone and vertical strata.
What seems curious in these fractures of pudding-stone, the pebbles break in the same direction as the mass of rock.
This pudding-stone is composed of gravel formed of the hardest parts of the schistus and granite or porphyry mountains.