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The Mines of Cornwall and Devon: Statistics and Observations


Thomas Spargo

London: Emily Faithfull (1865) xii, 188pp.

Prepared by Michael Steer

Thomas Spargo was a mining engineer, stock and share-broker in mining and engineering projects, an advertisement in his book claims, "through his long experience as a practical miner, aided by his monthly visits to Cornwall and Devon, to afford accurate information as to the position and prospect of the various mines in those Counties." Devonshire mines are addressed in Chapter IV. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the Bodleian Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Those on which copyright has expired are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

Allen, Mr A 160
Bedford, Duke of 158
Blakeway, P E Esq 160
Bray, Mrs iv
Browne, J Deane 160
Carttar, C J Esq 160
Cavendish family iii
Childs, R W Esq 160
Drake family iii
Franklin, Dr Benjamin 170
Hitchens, Josiah H Esq 160, 163
Hooper, Henry 160
Hunt, Mr v, 173
Johnstone, J P Esq JP 160
Knight, Charles iii
Lake, Sir Atwell, Bt 160
Lea, Edward Chas Esq 160
Morris, Thomas Esq 160
Moss, Lea & Co, Messrs 160
Ouseley, Lieutenant Colonel Jnr 160
Raleigh family iii
Richards, Captain James 160-2
Spargo, Thomas vi
Thomas, John Esq 160
Thomas, William Alexander Esq 160
Tilston, J H Esq 160
Warbeck, Perkin iv
William III Prince of Orange iv

Last updated 3 May 2012 - Brian Randell.

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