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" Coal is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of our civilization. By the power developed in its combustion, all the wheels of industry are kept in motion, commerce is carried with rapidity and certainty over all portions of the earth's surface,... "
The Wyoming Valley, Upper Waters of the Susquehanna, and the Lackawanna Coal ... - Page 75
edited by - 1875 - 236 pages
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 4

Engineering - 1871
...of the present day. COAL AND IRON.* BY JS NEWBERRY, M. D, IX. D. From " The American Chemist." Coal is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of...wrought to serve the purposes of man. By coal, night is in one sense converted into day, winter into summer, and the life of man, measured by its fruits, greatly...
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF OHIO (1870)

1870
...morals, as they do the farms and towns, of all the dairy districts. 31 ECONOMIC GEOLOGY. COAL. Coal is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of...certainty over all portions of the earth's surface, the usual metals are brought from the deep caves in which they have hidden themselves, and are purified...
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Part I. Report of Progress in 1869, Parts 1-3

Geological Survey of Ohio, John Strong Newberry - Geology - 1871 - 176 pages
...and morals, as they do the farms and towns, of all the dairy districts. ECONOMIC GEOLOGY. COAL. Coal is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of...wrought to serve the purposes of man. By coal, night is in one sense converted into day, winter into summer, and the life of man, measured by its fruits, greatly...
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The Coal-regions of America: Their Topography, Geology, and Development ...

James Macfarlane - Coal - 1873 - 679 pages
...mainspring «' our civilization. By the power developed in ite combustion all the wheels of iadffltrr are kept in motion, commerce is carried with rapidity...themselves, and are purified and wrought to serve the purpose« of man. By coal night is, in one sense, converted into day, winter into sumant, md the life...
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COAL REGIONS OF AMERICA

JAMES MACFARLANE. A.M. - 1873
...tardy, its efforts altogether unavailing."—WALTER E. JOHNSON. " Coal," says Prof. JS Newberry, u is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of...of industry are kept in motion, commerce is carried witli rapidity and certainty over all portions of the earth's surface, the useful metals are brought...
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The Coal-regions of America: Their Topography, Geology, and Development...

James Macfarlane - Charbon - 1875 - 695 pages
...tardy, its efforts altogether unavailing." — WALTER E. Jonxsou. " Coal," says Prof. JS Xeivuerry, •' is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of our civilization. By tho power developed in its combustion all the wheels of industry are kept in motion, commerce is carried...
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The Coal Mines: Containing a Description of the Various Systems of Working ...

Andrew Roy - Charbonnages - 1876 - 367 pages
...IMPROVEMENT OF THE LEHIGH AND DELAWARE RIVERS — OPENING OF THE SCHUYLKILL REGION. " Coal," says Dr. NEWBERRY, " is entitled to be considered as the mainspring...wrought to serve the purposes of man. By coal, night is, in one sense, converted into day, winter into summer, and the life of man, measured by its fruits,...
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Annual Report for ... with Accompanying Papers

Iowa Geological Survey - Geology - 1894
...invention of the steam engine. "Coal," says ISTewberry, "is entitled to be considered as the mainspring of civilization. By the power developed in its combustion,...of industry are kept in motion, commerce is carried on with rapidity and certainty over all portions of the earth's surface, the useful metals are brought...
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Minerals, Lands, and Geology for the Common Defense and General Welfare: A ...

Mary C. Rabbitt - Geology - 1979
...interest of the Ohio Survey. Newberry himself became almost lyrical on the subject. Coal, he said, was entitled to be considered as the mainspring of our...wrought to serve the purposes of man. By coal, night is in one sense converted into day, winter into summer, and the life of man, measured by its fruits, greatly...
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