History of North Levant Mine


From 'The Mines of Cornwall and Devon, Observations and Statistics Thomas Spargo 1865

NORTH LEVANT,

in St. Just, Cornwall, in 2,000 shares. Pursers, Messrs. Samuel Higgs and Son, Penzance. Manager, Captain James Bennetts, St. Just. Proprietors of Land, Messrs. William Trezise, Richard White, and others. Dues, 1-20th. Depth of adit, 40 fathoms. Depth under it, 60 fathoms. Rocks, granite and clay-slate. 65 men, 5 females, and 20 boys employed. Pumping and winding-engine, 24-inch. Stamping-engine, 24-inch. Operations date back 12 years. The returns meet the cost, and are likely to do so in future.

 

 

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