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" One Jackson. cannot fail to be surprised at the enormous quantities of ore which are already exposed by the numerous openings that have been made. There are several distinct and parallel beds of iron ores which we examined, from four to ten feet in width,... "
The Mines and Mineral Lands of Nova Scotia - Page 59
by Edwin Gilpin - 1880 - 129 pages
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Annual Report on the Mines

Mines and mineral resources - 1872
...in Abel Wheelock's orchard. • Knowledge of the ores of the district was not confined to one bed ; in 1855 Dr. Jackson, State Assayer for Massachusetts wrote : — "One cannot fail to be surp:ised at the enormous quantities of ore which are airead}1 exposed by the numerous openings which...
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Markland Or Nova Scotia: Its History, Natural Resources and Native Beauties

Robert Randall McLeod - Nova Scotia - 1903 - 603 pages
...from 'Dr. Jackson, 1855, State Assayer for Massachusetts, relating to the Nictaux ores, as follows: "One cannot fail to be surprised at the enormous quantities of ore already exposed by the numerous openings which have been made. There are several distinct and parallel...
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Annual Report (new Series).: Volume 1-XVI ... 1885-1904, Volume 16

Geological Survey of Canada - 1906
...bed ; in Report by Dr. 1855, Dr. Jackson, State as^ayer for Massachusetts, wrote: — 'One Jackson. cannot fail to be surprised at the enormous quantities...which are already exposed by the numerous openings that have been made. There are several distinct and parallel beds of iron ores which we examined, from...
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Summary Report of the Geological Survey Department ...

Geological Survey of Canada - Geology - 1904
...bed ; in Report by Dr. 1855, Dr. Jackson, State assayer for Massachusetts, wrote: — 'One Jackson. cannot fail to be surprised at the enormous quantities...which are already exposed by the numerous openings that have been made. There are several distinct and parallel beds of iron ores which we examined, from...
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