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The Mines of Cardiganshire (Metalliferous & Associated Minerals, 1845-1913) (Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom 1845-1913)

by Roger Burt

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Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries - General,
  • 20th century,
  • British & Irish history: c 1700 to c 1900,
  • Economic history,
  • Mining industry,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11581519M
    ISBN 100950762458
    ISBN 109780950762456
    OCLC/WorldCa12950181

    Esgair Hir & Esgair Fraith mines, Nant-y-Moch Reservoir area, Talybont, Ceulanymaesmawr, Ceredigion, Wales, UK A lot of the wood remains in relatively good condition. Assuming the site layout followed the usual format the stamps would have been driven directly from the shaft of the wheel, so were possibly located in the area that is now the.   The Mines handbook; succeeding the Copper handbook describing the mining companies of the two American continentsv, Mines register; successor to the Mines handbook describing the non-ferrous metal mining companies in the western hemisphere Vol. 18, , issued in two parts PREMARC/SERLOC merged record.

    Buy Mines of Cardiganshire. British Mining No. 12 1st by Foster-Smith, James Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Robert Foster-Smith. Lewis Morris and the Cardiganshire Mines Legend relates that David was son of Xantus, Prince of Cereticu, now called Cardiganshire. He was brought up a priest, became an ascetic in the Isle of Wight, preached to the Britons, confuted Pelagius, and was preferred to the see of Caerleon or Menevia (i.e., main aw, " narrow water or firth ").

    A diary. Add to clipboard. NLW MS B; File; ; Part of Edward Evans Manuscripts. Two volumes of a diary for , kept by Edward Evans, Talybont, Cardiganshire, who was connected with the Bwlchglas Lead Mine. Lewis Morris and the Cardiganshire Mines. Bick, David and Davies, Philip Wyn. etc, throughout, and a Large fold-out colour-tinted 'Plan of the Mannor of Perverth' at the end of the book. " Born in Anglesey in , Lewis Morris was a surveyor who settled in Cardiganshire in , producung a detailed report on the mines in the hill country.


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The Mines of Cardiganshire (Metalliferous & Associated Minerals, 1845-1913) (Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom 1845-1913) by Roger Burt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Alphabetical List of Mines in Cardiganshire Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire Based on lists prepared by -Smith in “British Mining No 10 & 12 NMRS” And David Bick in “The Old Metal Mines of Wales” Note an Asterisk * before an entry means that it refers to an Alternative Name for a mine, rather than the principal Name used.

The Cardiganshire mines, among the most abundant in lead and silver, during the whole of the seventeenth century, were precisely in this situation." County "The pre-eminence of this county originates from its extensive mineral productions, many of which seem to be inexaustible. : Pigs and Ingots: The Lead/Silver Mines of Cardiganshire (): Carr, Tina, Schone, Annemarie: Books4/5(2).

Cardiganshire, its mines and miners Paperback – January 1, by Simon J. S Hughes (Author)Author: Simon J. S Hughes. item 3 Description of the Mines in Cardiganshire by William Waller Hardcover Book Free - Description of the Mines in Cardiganshire by William Waller Hardcover Book Free.

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Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burt, Roger, Mines of Cardiganshire. [Exeter]: Dept. of Economic History, University of Exeter in association with The Mines of Cardiganshire book Northern Mine Research Society, [?].

CARDIGANSHIRE Index of NMRS publications & newsletters Compiled by Alasdair Neill To search within this page: Hold down the CTRL key and press F Index to other areas MINES LEAD MINES N/5/95 p.

BM45 p. BM51 p. BM61 p. MANGANESE MINES BM14 p. MINES. Three centuries ago, the silver-lead mines of mid-Wales were highly prized and, after a rich discovery, the Company of Mine Adventurers was launched in a fanfare of publicity to work them. Into aid the promotion, William Waller, the manager, compiled his Description of the Mines in Cardiganshire, with a series of maps and plans of the.

Jones's book on the mines of North Cardiganshire and West Montgomeryshire 3 mentions two mines included under the name Llywernog, the western of these, or as it was to be called in the nineteenth century, Powell's mine, being situated some quarter of a mile to the west of the Llywernog mine.

During the middle of the nineteenth century it. Metal mines which once employed hundreds of people in the old county of Cardiganshire closed in the s.

According to Peter Claughton of the Welsh Mines Society and Michael Freeman of Ceredigion Museums, the county's industrial heritage now provides a boost for today's tourist industry. History of the Cardiganshire Silver Mines.

Mining of silver rich lead was a major industry in Mid Wales for nearly years. During the boom of the s the whole of north Cardiganshire resembled the Klondike attracting speculators and adventurers from across the globe.

The inevitable slump followed and the mines were abandoned. Into aid the promotion, William Waller, the manager, compiled his Description of the Mines in Cardiganshire, with a series of maps and plans of the mines and smelting works.

They were the first of their kind ever published and have long been regarded by historians and industrial archaeologists as prime source material. British Mining No 12 – The Mines of Cardiganshire. by J. Foster-Smith. This work, which forms part of a seven volume series, details all known sites of non-ferrous metal mining activity in these areas.

Individual Ordnance Survey grid references are given, together with a. Lewis Morris and the Cardiganshire Mines. by Bick. David and Davies. Philip Wyn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Cardigan (Welsh: Aberteifi, pronounced [abɛrˈtəivɪ] ()) is a town and community in the county of Ceredigion in Wales.

The town lies on a tidal reach of the River Teifi at the point where Ceredigion, formerly Cardiganshire, meets an was the county town of the historic county and is the second-largest town in Ceredigion.

The largest town, Aberystwyth, is one of the two Ceremonial county: Dyfed. Children's books describing mines, the mining occupation or the lives of miners Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

A Grey Past and a Blacker Future Reminiscences of a Cardiganshire Miner in the early ’s Edited by Megan Waring NEW BOOK: A Grey Past and a Blacker Future.

Elias Jones was born in the Cardiganshire village of Pontrhydygroes in and started. The Mines of Cardiganshire: Mineral Statistics of U.K., - Mineral statistics of the United Kingdom, (Paperback) Roger Burt Pages: History of the Cardiganshire Mines, from the Earliest Ages, and Authenticated History to A.D, with their present position and prospects by Absalom Francis, Mining Agent, Engineer, and Surveyor.

Goginan, Aberystwyth, In coming southward we next approach the YNYSTYDOR MINE. Although clogs were widely used on farms, they were also worn in factories and mines, and the bulk of the soles made in Cardiganshire were destined for the clogging factories in the north of England.

Topographical and geographical features also provided opportunities for Pages: Book your accommodation directly with the hotel, mentioning that you are with theWelsh Mines Society.

For details of other accommodation in the locality, B&B, camp-sites etc., contact Harold as above or by e-mail: @ Saturday 18th September – The Penrhyndeudraeth mines.Ceredigion (UK: / ˌ k ɛr ə ˈ d ɪ ɡ i ə n / KERR-ə-DIG-ee-ən, US: /-i ɒ n /-⁠ee-on, Welsh: [kɛrɛˈdɪɡjɔn] ()) is a principal area of Wales, corresponding to the historic county of the second half of the first millennium Ceredigion was a minor kingdom.

It has been administered as a county since Welsh is spoken by more than half the HQ: Aberaeron and Aberystwyth.