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Colliery Guardian, 12th October 1861

 

THE PONTESBURY COALFIELD, SHROPSHIRE
TO BE LET ON LEASE

At moderate royalties, very valuable SEAMS of COAL under portions of the BOYCOTT ESTATE, through which the railway to Minsterly runs. The consumption of coal in the adjacent lead mining district is much increasing.

The facilities of railway transit only recently introduced open up new and extensive markets.

For further particulars apply to
SAM. HARLEY ROUGH,
Solicitor, Shrewsbury and Church Stretton.
September 27th, 1861.

 


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