Mineralogia cornubiensis : a treatise on minerals, mines and mining containing the theory and natural history of strata, fissures and lodes with the methods of discovering and working tin, copper and lead mines, and of cleansing and metalizing their products, shewing each particular process for dressing, assaying and smelting of ores. To which is added, an explanation of the terms and idioms of miners (Book, 1972) [WorldCat.org]
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Mineralogia cornubiensis : a treatise on minerals, mines and mining containing the theory and natural history of strata, fissures and lodes with the methods of discovering and working tin, copper and lead mines, and of cleansing and metalizing their products, shewing each particular process for dressing, assaying and smelting of ores. To which is added, an explanation of the terms and idioms of miners Preview this item
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Mineralogia cornubiensis : a treatise on minerals, mines and mining containing the theory and natural history of strata, fissures and lodes with the methods of discovering and working tin, copper and lead mines, and of cleansing and metalizing their products, shewing each particular process for dressing, assaying and smelting of ores. To which is added, an explanation of the terms and idioms of miners

Author: W Pryce
Publisher: Truro : Brdaford Barton Ltd., 1972.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W Pryce
OCLC Number: 703934536
Description: xiv, 331 pages : illustrations
Responsibility: W. Price.

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