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Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts

In 1851 the Geological Survey, Museum of Practical Geology, Mining Records Office and the Government School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts moved to new premises in Jermyn Street. The following year De la Beche started a new series of publications: Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts. Volume I Part I. preserves the 'Inaugral and introductory lectures to the courses for the session 1851-2'. Volume I Part II was 'The Geology of the South Staffordshire Coalfield', Volume 1 Part III on the mines of Wicklow and Wexford. Volume I Part IV was a volume of mineral statistics by Robert Hunt, the Keeper of Mining Records. Part IV marks the end of this 'Records' series though Hunt continued mining statistics under another series up to 1880.

 

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1852
VF1/1
Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts Volume 1. Part 1. Inaugral and introductory lectures to the courses for the session 1851-2 Full entry
1853
VF1/2
Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts Volume 1. Part 2. Full entry
1853
VF1/3
Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts Volume 1. Part 3. On the mines of Wicklow and Wexford Full entry
1853
VF1/4
Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to the Arts Volume 1. Part 4. Statistics of the produce of copper, tin, lead and silver from the mines of the United Kingdom, with the exports and imports of these metals for 1848 to 1852 inclusive Full entry
 

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