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" Scotia contained no regular reservation of minerals. In some instances gold, silver, and precious stones only were reserved ; in other cases gold, silver, iron, copper, lead, &c., were retained for a source of revenue to the Crown. "
The Mines and Mineral Lands of Nova Scotia - Page 122
by Edwin Gilpin - 1880 - 129 pages
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Annual Report on the Mines

Mines and mineral resources - 1886
...not large enough to direct particular attention to them. TENURE OF MINERAL LANDS. The grant of lands to the early settlers in this Province contained no...minerals, in some instances gold, silver, and precious Atones only were reserved, in other cases the gold, silver, iron, copper, lead, etc., were retained...
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Canada, a Memorial Volume: General Reference Book of Canada : Describing the ...

Emerson Bristol Biggar - Canada - 1889 - 953 pages
...attention to them. the ci TENURE OF MINERAL LANDS. The grant of lands to the early settlers in this Frounce contained no regular reservation of minerals. In some instances gold, silver, and precious stones only were reserved ; in other cases the gold, silver, iron, copper, lead, etc., were retained fora...
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Guide to the Mining Laws of the World

Oswald Walmesley - Mining law - 1894 - 331 pages
...leases from the Government. The grants of land to the early settlers in the Province of Nova Scotia contained no regular reservation of minerals. In some instances gold, silver, and precious stones only were reserved ; in other cases gold, silver, iron, copper, lead, &c., were retained for a source...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 41

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1894
...leases from the Government. The grants of land to the early settlers in the province of Nova Scotia contained no regular reservation of minerals. In some instances gold, silver, and precious stones only were reserved ; in other cases gold, silver, copper, lead, <fco., were retained for a source of...
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Statistical Year-book of Canada

Canada. Dept. of Agriculture - Canada - 1894
...best land has been sold or granted. The price of Crown lands is $40 (8 stg.") per loo acres. 93. The grants of land to the early settlers in this province contained no systematic reservation of minerals. In some instances gold, silver and precious stones only were reserved...
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The Minerals of Nova Scotia

Edwin Gilpin - Mines and mineral resources - 1901 - 78 pages
...physical characteristics, etc., of their varieties, will find Dana's Mineralogy the best text book. TENURE OF MINERAL LANDS. The grants of land to the...retained for a source of revenue to the Crown. After the year 1808 the reservations were gold, silver, lead, copper, tin, coal, iron, and precious stones. In...
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