History of St Just United


ST. JUST UNITED (late Bounds and Bellan Mine), in St. Just, Cornwall, in 8,000 shares. Secretary, Mr. Thomas C. Smith, 15 Finsbury Place South, London, E.C. Purser, Mr. William Angwin, St. Just. Manager, Captain Rd. Pryor, Redruth. Landowners, Messrs. John Batten, A. Chenhalls, Robartes, Rd. Boyns, and J. U. Scobell. Dues, l-24th. Depth of adit, 50 fathoms. Depth under adit, 86 fathoms. Rock, granite, and killas in the sett. 240 men, 25 females, and 15 boys employed — total 280. Pumping and stamping engine, 36-inch. Stamping and winding-engine, 24-inch. Winding-engine, 24-inch.

Mineral Sold in 1864.

Black tin 223 Tons 8 cwt. 3 qrs. 16 lbs. ... for ... £14,268 4s. 6d.

Present Company commenced January 1, 1862. Prospects good.

 

 

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