Lithographic Stones (To Pack). The accompanying figure will explain this more readily than any description. A and B represent two stones secured in a box, C, D, E, F, by slips of wood, c, d, e, f, which are screwed to the sides of the box. The stone B is placed in the box with its face upwards, then the slips of wood (c, d,) screwed in, and then the next stone (A) face upwards, and lastly the slips (f, e,) and the lid over all. Thus packed, they may be conveyed to any distance without any danger of injury to the stones or drawings.