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" Judging from appearance, this coal, which is of the bituminous kind, seems to be of excellent quality. "
The Mines and Mineral Lands of Nova Scotia - Page 14
by Edwin Gilpin - 1880 - 129 pages
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Report of Progress - Geological Survey of Canada

Geological Survey of Canada - Paleontology - 1873
...purpose.* Judging from appearance, the coal, which is altogether of the bituminous kind, seems to be excellent quality. From the manner in which it burns...it to be peculiarly free from liability to produce the dense black smoke which is an objectionable feature in the burning of the coals both of the Sydney...
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Mineral Resources of the Dominion of Canada: Comprising the Provinces of ...

Canada. Department of Agriculture - Mines and mineral resources - 1882 - 72 pages
...secured by various parties. The Geological Survey Report of 1874 says : " Judging from appearance, this coal, which is of the bituminous kind, seems to be of excellent quality." It has been satisfactorily tested for steam and house purposes. Another small but valuable coal field...
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The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute

Iron and Steel Institute - Iron industry and trade - 1886
...secured by various parties. The Geological Survey Report of 3874 says: "Judging from appearance, this coal, which is of the bituminous kind, seems to be of excellent quality." It has been satisfactorily tested for steam and house purposes. Another small but valuable coal-field...
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