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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the mining setts of Crewildale, on the east of the Devon Great Consols Mines, and of Wheil Benny and River Tamar and Wheal Williams on the west, with the plant and machinery thereon, for the sum of 10,0001. ; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a steep hill. tU At the bottom there is a sharp turn, and a bridge over the DI a River Tamar, which runs forty feet hclow. The carriago g e struck the brdge violently Mr. Ball wa hurled over the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fr.,£8505., which amount bee fond sseflilet t daelo th feeswhich bare proved' Set, tes ounaryof he wo thaa bingth River Tamar. The iscveris a Wet Whel ariaant 1'rtssaua on the East, at New Wiet arh (whre the lode is worth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Mining Betts of Crow-ndale, on the east of the Devon Great Console; Mines. aod of Wheat Benny and River Tamar and Wheel Williams on the set ihthe plant end niachinery thereon, for the sumn of £10,000., adarinnegotiation for two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cotavessient Wharf end nder Premises attached, situate at Beerferries, in the coulity of Devon, eor the banks of the River Tamar, and iiboert ten Wuiles from Plyinosibh which are held for a term of tuventy-onue years, nuder a grant from Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Charles Bradlaugh, M. P., his portrait and biography., 1881

    in their very teeth. Devonport , Stonehouse , and Plymouth form one garrisoned and fortified town, divided by the River Tamar . All the water to the sea is under the separate jurisdiction of Saltash , some miles distant. I Subscribers-only content

    Tasmania: information for intending emigrants., 1876

    population of 20,236. The next town of importance is Launccston, on the north side of the Island, on the River Tamar , having a population of 11,307. There arc many country townships, or villages, and seaports of minor importance. Those Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    , writing in 1822 , also called attention to the " sur¬ prising abundance of iron " on the River Tamar . In 1872 a company was formed in Melbourne to work the deposits above referred to, and about £80,000 Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    most interesting features of the country in the neighbourhood o f the iron mines at the mouth of the River Tamar is the serpentine, which exists there in very extensive deposits. On the property of the British and Tasmanian Charcoal Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    the manufacture of pigments; and at Tarn o' Shanter Bay , to the eastward of the River Tamar , a Mel¬ bourne company is now procuring quantities of material which they turn into paint of most excellent quality, samples of Subscribers-only content

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