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You searched for: Place: Rylstone, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31, Source type: Books, Pamphlets and Printed Ephemera

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    TEST.CP.1851/12

    Date: 1851 - 8/5/1851 People & Places Participant: Richard Waddilove [Waddilove] Role: testator Details: male; Esquire Location: Burnsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rylstone (Rilston, Rilstone) : undefined Participant: Mary Ingleby [Ingleby] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Widow; [Disputed] Cousin of the testator Location: Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    The mining industry of New South Wales, 1900

    centres so far explored being situated at Mittagong, Picton , Berrima, Lithgow Valley , Wallerawang, in the Rylstone and Mudgee Districts, and in the vicinity of Port Stephens. The result of a number of analyses of this kind of ore Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    The mining industry of New South Wales, 1900

    S. Wilkins on , Government Geologist, it was stated that the iron deposits in the districts of Mittagong, Wallerawang, and Rylstone conĀ¬ tained in sight 12,944,000 tons of ore, estimated to yield 5,853,000 tons of metallic iron, but such estimates Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    The mining industry of New South Wales, 1900

    Other Metals. 22 per cent. Mercury, in the form of cinnabar, has beeu disĀ¬ covered on the Oudgegong River, near Rylstone , and it also occurs at Bingara, Solferino, Yulgilbar and Cooma. In the latter place the assays of ore Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Mercury, or "quicksilver" in New South Wales: with notes on its occurrence in other colonies and countries, 1900

    Capertee,"* a neighbouring locality, possibly confounded with Cudgegong, where, on the river of that name, about 5 miles west of Rylstone , it had been discovered, according to the Rev. W. B. Clarke , as early as 1841 .f LTnder Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Mercury, or "quicksilver" in New South Wales: with notes on its occurrence in other colonies and countries, 1900

    by breakage in transit of a bottle containing mercury. The proved occurrence of mercury-ore-cinnabar-about 26 miles east of Mudgee, near Rylstone , lends colour to the authenticity of the find queried by Mr. Clarke . So far as can be Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

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