3 edition of An Inquiry Into the Deposition of Lead Ore in the Mineral Veins of Swaledale, Yorkshire found in the catalog.
1862 by E. Stanford .
Written in English
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An Inquiry Into the Deposition of Lead Ore, in the Mineral Veins of Swaledale, Yorkshire. [With a Map and Plates.] If such attacks are begun, almost four years later, and without, mostly sputtered. Instead, violence, which, based on U.S. satellite photo, and lines of. Documents relating to the Swaledale Estates of Lord Wharton in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Northallerton: North Yorkshire County Record Office, ).
Bradley, C.L. An Inquiry into the Deposition of Lead Ore in the Mineral Veins of Swaledale (London: E. Stanford, ). An Inquiry into the Deposition of Lead Ore in the Mineral Veins of Swaledale. London, E. Stanford. Briscoe, P. and D. Green (). “The Copper trials of Great Sleddale, North Yorkshire.” UK Journal of Mines and Minerals(Autumn): pp Brock, J.
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An inquiry into the deposition of lead ore in the mineral veins of Swaledale, Yorkshire. London: Edward Stanford, Large 8vo. vii[i], 40pp, colour-printed geological map frontis, pp, hand-coloured reference plate, suite of 10 colour-printed and part hand-coloured plates at rear, text tables.
Historic Yorkshire Dales lead mine site to be preserved into a major industry. In British lead's heyday between andmore t tonnes were. Bradley, L. () An inquiry into the deposition of lead ore in An Inquiry Into the Deposition of Lead Ore in the Mineral Veins of Swaledale mineral veins of Swaledale, Yorkshire.
Stanford, London. 40pp. Bradley, S. () Sediment quality related to discharge in a mineralized region of Wales. [In] Walling, D. (Ed.) Recent developments in the explanation and prediction of erosion and sediment yield.
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From toa legal battle was fought out in the court of exchequer between Thomas, Lord Wharton, and Reginald Marriott Esq. over the lead mines on Grinton moor in Swaledale. In its day this was a cause célèbre due to Author: Tim Gates.
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The Geology and Mineral Resources of Yorkshire [D H & Hemingway, J E (Eds.) Rayner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This proof of the posteriority of such veins to the rocks which enclose them, joined to the evidence afforded by the quartz pebble with micaceous iron ore, is of great value in limiting the question concerning the age of mineral veins.-,t r._.'.; r.
'.'.:/' i i Though, as before observed, the limestone is not anv where in its higher Author: John Phillips. CHAP VIII. MINERAL VEINS.
W ERNER, in his valuable treatise on veins, distinguishes between "true veins" and some other appearances which he thinks undeserving of the title. "Veins" he declares to be particular mineral repositories, of a flat or a tabular shape, which in general traverse the strata of mountains, and are filled with mineral matter differing more or less from the nature of the.
This article is about the geology and geomorphology of the Levisham Bottoms and Newtondale area of Yorkshire. This is an interesting strip of virtually level land, which forms a shelf at about m above sea level, between Levisham Moor and the bottom of Newtondale.
It is a fascinating geological region that allows a visitor to. All about Pen-y-ghent Pen-y-ghent is a fell (hill) in the Yorkshire Dales, and at metres above sea-level, is the smallest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks (the other two being Ingleborough ( metres) and Whernside ( metres.) Walk route Our route began and finished at the village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
We approached Pen-y-ghent from its southern. Full text of "Special reports on the mineral resources of Great Britain" See other formats. Texte du rabat Excerpt from An Inquiry Into the Deposition of Lead Ore in the Mineral Veins of Swaledale, Yorkshire The productive and unproductive portions of the mineral veins of Swaledale, as in uenced by the strata through which they pass, have formed the subject of my investigations for some time.
Originally, the inquiry was only intended for my own satis faction but. The lead smelting mills of the Yorkshire dales and northern Pennines by CLOUGH, Robert T. Clough, Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Authors. First Edition. First Printing. 4to. No of copies - Signed by Author on limitation page.
Black boards with silver gilt lettering to spine. Original advertising flyer for the title loosely inserted. Mining UK Yorkshire [USED] Lead Mining in the Mid-Pennines the mines of Nidderdale, Wharfedale, Airdale, Ribblescale and Bowland (RBound copy) Mineral Statistics (10) Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain (14).
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Low temperature lead-zinc-copper veins are developed within a NE-SW trending fracture system in rocks of the Eycott Volcanic Group at Driggith and Sandbed mines in the Caldbeck Fells, Cumbria. The. Illustrations of the geology of Yorkshire; or, A description of the strata and organic remains of the Yorkshire coast: accompanied by a geological map, sections, and plates of the fossil plants and animals.
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However, there was considerable variation in the increase, which ranged from 22 to %.Cited by: Mineral Veins.—In the Shelve district of Shropshire, and at Nant y Moen, seven miles north of Llandovery, the lead mines are so related to the axis of irruption of the igneous rocks, as to leave no doubt of the propriety of classing them as an effect of the same volcanic excitement, not perhaps contemporaneous with the irruption of trap, but.
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late Cleveland Ironstone Formation times there was a drastic reduction in terrigenous siliciclastic influx into the basin of deposition but concomitantly increased input of colloidal reduced iron compounds.
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