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SUBTERRANEA BRITANNICA BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SERVICES

 

www.subrit.org

 

www.exeter.ac.uk/mhn/quarry.htm

 

A bibliography of published works relating to economic geology especially mines and quarries working minerals (principally other than fuels or metalliferous ores) in the British Isles, including the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, and Eire.

 

Metalliferous minerals are included if worked for use as compounds e.g. iron oxides (ochres) for pigments, barytes, fluorspar, etc., rather than for reduction to the metallic state.

 

Compiled entirely for my own purposes and convenience, the contents are made available to other researchers 'with all faults.'  Entries and corrections are made daily, and updated versions made available via the internet / world wide web from time to time.  This bibliography may be of interest and use to students of applied, economic and general geology (especially mines and quarries other than for fuels or metalliferous ores), and to students of the history of geology.

 

Paul W. SOWAN

 

COPYRIGHT: Andy BOWMAN / Paul W. SOWAN / SUBTERRANEA BRITANNICA 2006.

 

THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY IS IN COURSE of COMPILATION - ADDITIONAL ENTRIES and CORRECTIONS will be WELCOMED

 

For works on mineral fuels and metalliferous ores, see the following bibliographies ...

 

BALLEN, Dorothy  1914  Bibliography of road-making and roads in the United Kingdom.  London: P.S. King & Son: xviii + 281 + v pp [CNHSS]

 

BENSON, J., R.G. NEVILLE and C.H. THOMPSON  (1981) Bibliography of the British coal industry.  OUP: 760pp.

 

BURT, Roger, and Peter WAITE  1988  Bibliography of the history of British metal mining.  Books, theses and articles published on the history of metal mining in England, Wales, Scotland and the Isle of Man since the Second World War.  University of Exeter / National Assoc. of Mining History Organisations : xii + 177pp [PWS]

 

The following bibliographies have not been searched, but may contain relevant material ...

 

DUNCAN, G.S.  (1960)  A bibliography of glass (from the earliest records to 1940.)  London: viii + 544pp [16,000 entries]

 

SEARCHING: note that WORD-searches are character-specific …  a search for Meyer will not reveal entries for Meÿer, for example.

 

Abbreviations

 

BBSI = British Brick Society Information

 

BGS = British Geological Survey

 

BL = British Library

 

CNHSS = Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Ltd

 

CSS = Chelsea Speleological / Spelaeological Society - both spellings have been used from time to time]

 

GA = Geologists' Association

 

GSGB = Geological Survey of Great Britain

 

GSL = Geological Society of London

 

IGS = Institute of Geological Sciences

 

KURG = Kent Underground Research Group

 

MGS = Memoir of the Geological Survey

 

NMRS = Northern Mine Research Society

 

PDMHS = Peak District Mines Historical Society

 

PRO = Public Record Office [now The National Archive]

 

PGA = Proceedings of the Geologists' Association

 

QJGS = Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society

 

QMJ = Quarry Managers' Journal

 

SB = Subterranea Britannica

 

TNA = The National Archive [former Public Record Office]

 

ULL G = University of London Library – Goldsmiths’ Library of Economic Literature

 

VCH = Victoria County History

 

 

WCMS = Wealden Cave and Mine Society

 

ABOUT THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY - THE 2006 ISSUE

 

This listing was started by Andy Bowman and myself some years ago, and has been continued by myself for my own purposes ever since, and most recently using Subterranea Britannica's hardware and software.  As its contents may contain information useful to others, updated versions are made available electronically from time to time.  The 2003 issue is much expanded, although entries for all papers in the Proceedings and other publications of the Geologists' Association, and Quarterly Journal and other publications of the Geological Society of London, and publications of the Geological Survey of Great Britain (more recently Institute of geological Sciences, and now British Geological Survey) have not yet been included.  Any articles, papers, pamphlets, books, directories, and the like, having any bearing on applied and economic geology are included.  Full names, and years or exact dates or birth and death of authors are included wherever known.  Much additional more or less relevant information, including agricultural, archaeological, biographical, historical, industrial, and topographical information is also included.  There are items of interest to students of applied and economic geology, the history of geology, and local history and industrial archaeology.

 

As a result of the large size of this file, it has defaulted to plain Times New Roman without bold, italics, or underlining.  This results in it being possible to search the file for words or strings very much more rapidly than in earlier versions.

 

Paul W. SOWAN / Chairman - Subterranea Britannica – 23 December 2006

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A., E.G.  1979  Geological / historical walk. Bull. Bourne Soc. 97. Page 2 [Surrey: Chaldon / Merstham / Gatton (description of walk led by Paul W. Sowan)]

 

A. Bolton & Co. Ltd  nd  [Listed in] Handmade bricks recommended by the Rural Industries Bureau. RIB: 4pp [Lists brickyards][CNHSS]

 

Aalto, M.M., G.R. Coope, and P.L. Gibbard  1984  Late Devensian river deposits beneath the floodplain terrace of the river Thames at Abingdon, Berkshire, England. PGA 95(1), 65 - 79 [With Appendix by D.T. Holyoak on page 78: Mollusca from the Thrupp House Farm deposit]

 

Abbass, Houssein Loutfy  1962  The English Cretaceous Turritellidae and Mathildidae (Gastropoda.) Bull. British Museum (Natural History) Geology 7(6), 173 - 196 + orates 28 - 32.

 

Abbott, George  1833  An essay on the mines of England: their importance as a source of national wealth, and as a channel for the advantageous employment of private capital. London: printed for private circulation: vii + 227pp [Lacks contents page, chapter headings, or index - appears to be primarily concerned with Cornwall and Devon][ULL G 27892]

 

Abbott, George [1844 - 1925]  1893  Was the deposit of flint and chalk contemporaneous? Geological Magazine 3, 10, 275 - ???

 

Abbott, George  1897  Excursion to Tunbridge Wells. Saturday, May 8th, 1897.  PGA 15( ), 105 - 108 [Kent]

 

Abbott, George  1903  The cellular magnesian limestones of Durham. QJGS 59, 51 - 52 [Abstract]

 

Abbott, George  1907  Concretions. South Eastern Naturalist for 1907, 67 - 76 + 10 plates.

 

Abbott, George  1909  Excursion to Eridge and Tunbridge Wells. Saturday, May 22nd, 1909.  PGA 21(4), 207 - 209 [Kent / Sussex]

 

Abbott, George  1916  Notes on concretions ..  and report of a visit to the Author's museum at Tunbridge Wells.  May 13th, 1916.  PGA 27(3), 192 - 197 [Kent]

 

Abbott, George  1916  Tubular structures in rock which are probably due to osmotic action. South Eastern Naturalist and Antiquary for 1916, 20 - 23 + plate [esp. Lower Greensand]

 

Abbott, George  1925  Obituary by C.H.G.  South Eastern Naturalist and Antiquary 30 [for 1925], xliii - xlvi [founder of the South Eastern Union of Scientific Societies]

 

Abbott, George  1925  Obituary. Q.J.G.S. 81(2), lxxvii - lxxviii.

 

Abbott, George  1988  Tunbridge Wells Museum: geology and George Abbott (1844 - 1925) [By Margaret A.V. Gill and Simon J. Knell] Geological Curator 5(1).3 - 16.

 

Abbott, James  1985  BR's legacy of the pit strike - a straightjacket on its future. The Times, 19 April 1985 [Miners' strike]

 

Abbott, J. Lewis  1907  Excursion to Tonbridge. Saturday, April 13th, 1907. PGA 20(2), 97 - 100 [Kent]

 

Abbott, Lewis  1897  History of the Weald. Trans. South Eastern Union of Scientific Societies for 1897, 26 - 28 [Abstract of a report in the Tunbridge Wells Advertiser, 29th May and 5th June 1897][Kent / Surrey / Sussex][CNHSS]

 

Abbott, Stewart  2004  Dom Paul Bellot ORB, twentieth-century monk architect and Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight.  Ecclesiology Today 33 (May 2004), 15 - 25 [Quarr Abbey (brick) built 1907 / see review in BBSI 96, page 29 (2005)]

 

Abbott, William James Lewis [???? - 1933]  1887  The formation of agates.  PGA 10(3), 80 - 93.

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1890  Notes on some Pleistocene sections near London.  PGA 11(8), 473 - 480 [London / Essex: gravels / sands]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1892  The section exposed in the foundations of the new Admiralty Offices. PGA 12(9/10), 346 - 356 [London: gravels / London Clay]

 

Abbot, W.J.L., and E.T. NEWTON  1893  Excursion to Basted and Ightham, Saturday, 24th June, 1893. PGA 13, 157 - 162 [Benjamin Harrison at Ightham was visited]

 

Abbot, W.J.L.  1893  A new reading of the Highgate Archway section. PGA 13, 84 - 90 [London / Middlesex: London Clay]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1894  The ossiferous fissures in the valley of the Shode, near Ightham, Kent.  QJGS 50, 171 - ???

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1904  Excursion to Hastings. June 11th, 1904. PGA 18(9), 467 - 468 [Sussex]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1907  Excursion to Hastings. Saturday, June 22nd, 1907.  PGA 20(3), 169 - 174 [East Sussex]

 

Abbott, [W?] J.L.  1907  Excursion to Tonbridge. Saturday, April 13th, 1907.  PGA 20(2), 97 - 100 [Kent: clays / sands]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1908  The Pleistocene vertebrates of south-east England. South Eastern Naturalist for 1908, 96 - 113.

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1911  On the classification of the British Stone Age industries and some new and little known well-marked horizons and cultures. Jl. Royal Anthropological Institute 41, 458 - 481 + plates xlv - lxiv [CNHSS]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1915  Report of an excursion to Hastings and St. Leonards. May 22nd, 1915.  PGA 26(5), 313 - 315. [East Sussex]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1916  The Pliocene deposits of the south-east of England. Proc. Prehistoric Soc. East Anglia 2(2), 175 - 194.

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1919  Implements from the Cromer Forest Bed and the Admiralty section. Proc. Prehistoric Soc. East Anglia 3(1), 110 - 114 [Norfolk]

 

Abbott, W.J.L.  1934  Obituary by A.S.W. PGA 45(1), page 97 [Died 3 August 1933 aged 80]

 

Abbs, Jonathan  1988  Chalk mine at Newnham? KURG Nl. 17, 4 - 5 [Detected (?) by dowsing - not confirmed by excavation]

 

Abdalla, A.Y., and F, Whyte.  1979  The influence of bedrock on heavy mineral content of streams within a glaciated area of Perthshire. Scottish Jl. Geology 15(2), 129 - 138.

 

Abd-alla, Mamdouh A.A.  1988  Mineralogical and geochemical studies of tills in south-western Scotland. Quaternary Nl. 56, page 14 [Abstract of Ph.D. thesis Univ. Glasgow 1988]

 

Abdy, Charles  1996  Epsom wells by Thomas Shadwell. Nl. Nonsuch Antiquarian Soc. 1996/1, 7 - 8 [Surrey]

 

Abdy, Charles  2004  Ewell: the development of a Surrey village that became a town. Surrey Archaeological Society: vi + 47pp [ISBN 0-9541460-4-2][Chalk pits]

 

Abel, Sir F.A.  1863  Memorandum ...  of the results of experiments into the comparative qualities and fitness for building purposes of samples of stone from different quarries in the Island of Portland.  Papers of the Corps of Royal Engineers, ser. 2, 12, p. 6 - ??? [Dorset]

 

Abell, Henry F.  1898  History of Kent. With plates and maps from drawings by the author. Ashford: ????: 335pp

 

Abelson, Philip H.  1956  Paleobiochemistry. Scientific American 195, 83 - 92 [CNHSS]

 

Abhba  1859  Lighting of the first slate quarry with gas. Notes and Queries, 2nd Series 7, page 256 [26 March 1859][Reprinted from the Dublin Local Advertiser, 10 November 1858][North Wales: slate quarry near Festiniog owned by Samuel Hollands - 'worked through different levels into the inside of the mountain to the distance of more than 1,000 feet ..  the proprietor employed George Walcott, engineer, to erect gasworks'][PWS]

 

Abraham, D.A.  1981  The sand and gravel resources of the country west of Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire.  Sheet SE36.  BGS Mineral Assessment Report 78.

 

Abraham, D.A., and J.D. Ritchie  1991  The Darwin Complex, a Tertiary igneous centre in the Northern Rockall Trough. Scottish Jl. Geology 27(2), 113 - 125.

 

Accrington Brick & Tile Co. Ltd.  c. 1890s  No. 3 illustrated catalogue of red facing bricks and terra-cotta from the well known material obtained from the Whinney Hill, Accrington.  Accrington: 7pp text + 52 pp illus. examples in red of decorated ornamental brickwork, cornices, chimneys, ballusters, ridge tiles and wall coping.

 

Accum, Fredrick  1807  System of theoretical and practical chemistry. 2nd edn. Printed for the author: 2vv. xxiv + 393; xxiii +n 489pp + index + seven engraved plates

 

Accum, Friedrich Christian [1769 - 1838]  1769  Chemist, scientific lecturer at the Surrey Institute, 1803; advocated the use of gas for lighting; engineer to the London Gas Light Co., 1810; Librarian at the Royal Institution, from which post he was dismissed; subsequently (1822) went to Berlin; author of scientific works [DNB I, 57]

 

Ackermann, Alfred S.E.  1919  Experiments with clay in its relation to piles. Trans. Soc, Engineers 1919, 37 - 107 [CNHSS]

 

Ackermann, Alfred S.E.  1920  The physical properties of clay. Trans. Soc, Engineers 1920, 195 - 247 [CNHSS]

 

Ackermann, Alfred S.E.  1921  The physical properties of clay (Third paper.) Trans. Soc, Engineers 1921, 87 - 130 [CNHSS]

 

Ackermann, Alfred S.E.  1922  The physical properties of clay. Fourth paper. And a supplement on pile-set gauges. Trans. Soc, Engineers 1922, 151 - 199 [CNHSS]

 

Ackermann, Alfred S.E.  1923  The physical properties of clay. Fifth paper. And the dynamics of pile-driving. Trans. Soc, Engineers 1923, 25 - 70 [CNHSS]

 

Ackermann, Eugene  1898  How to use unsound cement without addition of foreign matters. The Quarry 3, 91 - 94 [Includes a cement bibliography which contains mainly references to the testing of cement]

 

Ackermann, Eugene  1890  Gypsum in Portland cement: might not sometimes even more than two per cent be added? The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, 13 - 15.

 

Ackroyd, Peter  1985  Hawksmoor [A novel: Reigate stone is mentioned in pages 52 - 53]

 

Ackroyd, William [1852 - 1905]  1905  In memoriam. William Ackroyd, 1852 - 1905 [By W. Lower Carter] Proc. Yorkshire Geological Soc. 15(3), 468 - 472 + plate 63.

 

Acland, Henry Dyke [???? - 1836]  2004  From the archives: Henry Dyke Acland (? - 1836) Geoscientist 14(5), page 16.

 

ACTS OF PARLIAMENT

 

Elizabeth I [1533 - 1603] reigned 1558 - 1603

 

Regnal Years: 27 Elizabeth I (1584 - 1585)

 

Act of Parliament  1585   An Act for the Amendment of the High Waies decaided by Carriages to and from Iron Mylles. 1585.  27 Eliz. I, c. 19 [Surrey and Sussex: the occupiers of iron works in the Weald required, in specified circumstances, to provide gravel, stone, sand, or chalk for the repair of the roads, or payment of 3/6d per load for the same purpose]

 

Act of Parliament  1707  [Act of Union][England and Scotland][The countries were effectively in union w.e.f. 1603, and England and Wales w.e.f. 1536]

 

George I [1660 - 1727] reigned 1714 - 1727

 

Regnal Years: 4 George I (1717 - 1718)

 

Act of Parliament  1717  An Act for amending the roads from the City of London to the town of East Grinstead, in the County of Sussex, and to the towns of Sutton and Kingston in the County of Surrey. 4 Geo. I, c. 4: pages 3 - 31 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][Road via Croydon and Godstone][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 6 George I (1718 - 1719)

 

Act of Parliament  1719  An Act for enlarging the term granted by an Act in the fourth year of His Majesty's reign, intituled, An Act for repairing the highways leading from the Stones End in Kent-street to the Lime-Kilns in East-Greenwich near Blackheath, and to Lewisham Church, being the Tunbridge Road in the County of Kent; and for repairing and amending the highways and roads leading from Westminster Ferry in the Parish of Lambeth in the County of Surrey, to New-Cross in the Parish of Deptford in the County of Kent; and for enlarging the term granted for an Act passed in the fourth year of His Majesty's reign, intituled, An Act for amending the roads from the City of London to the town of East Grinstead in the County of Sussex, and to Sutton and Kingston in the County of Surrey, and for explaining and amending the same Act. 6 Geo. I, c. 26: pages 33 - 62 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][Includes road via Croydon and Godstone][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 10 George I (1723 - 1724)

 

Act of Parliament  1723  An Act for amending the roads from the Stones End in Southwark to Highgate, at the entrance of Ashdown Forest, in the Parish of East-Grinstead, in the County of Sussex, and from Kingston to Burton-Common, and also the Lane leading from Wood-Hatch to Sidlow-Mill, and the Lanes called Horsehills, Bonehurst, alias Boners, and Peteridge-Lanes, in the County of Surrey, by enlarging the terms granted by two former Acts, one of the fourth, and the other of the sixth year of His Majesty's reign. 10 Geo. I, c. 13: pages 63 - 95 [Includes roads through Croydon, Godstone, and Reigate] [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

George II [1683 - 1760] reigned 1727 - 1760

 

Regnal Years: 4 George II (1730 - 1731)

 

Act of Parliament  1730  An Act for the more effectual repairing the road leading from Godstone in County of Surrey, at the entrance into Ashdown Forest in the Parish of East Grinstead, in the County of Sussex. 4 Geo. II, c. 8: pages 97 - 115 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 4 George II (1730 - 1731)

 

Act of Parliament  1731  An Act for the more effectual repairing of the road leading from Godstone in the County of Surrey, to Highgate at the entrance into Ashdown Forest in the Parish of East Grinstead, in the County of Sussex.  4 Geo. II, 423 - 431.

 

Regnal Years: 10 George II (1736 - 1737)

 

Act of Parliament  1736  An Act for explaining, and amending, and making more effectual several Acts of Parliament made in the fourth, sixth,, and tenth years of the reign of His late Majesty King George the First, respectively, for repairing the several roads therein mentioned in the Counties of Surrey, Kent, and Sussex; and for enlarging the terms and powers by the said Acts granted; and for repairing the road lying between Nonesuch and Worcester Parks, in the Parish of Cuddington, in the said County of Surrey. 10 Geo. II, c. 23: pages 117 - 148 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 24 George II (1750 - 1751)

 

Act of Parliament  1750  An Act for making, widening, and keeping in repair, several roads in the several Parishes of Lambeth, Newington, Saint George's , Southwark, and Bermondsey, in the County of Surrey; and Lewisham  in the County of Kent. 24 Geo. II, c. 58: pages 3 - 26 [in the second part of a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Act of Parliament  1750  Clauses for the more effectual preventing of mischiefs occasioned by the drivers riding upon carts, drays, carrs, and waggons, in the City of London, and within ten miles thereof. 24 Geo. II, c. ?: pages 149 - 152 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 25 George II (1751 - 1752)

 

Act of Parliament  1751  An Act for amending and making more effectual several Acts for amending the roads from the City of London to East Grinstead, in the County of Sussex; and to the towns of Sutton and Kingston, in the County of Surrey; and for more effectually repairing the road from Newington, through Camberwell, in the said County, to New-Cross, in the County of Kent; and for repairing and widening the road from Camberwell-Green to the Fox under the Hill, in the Parish of Camberwell. 25 Geo. II, c. 51: pages 153 - 183 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 28 George II (1754 - 1755)

 

Act of Parliament  1755  An Act for repairing and widening the road from Sutton in the County of Surrey, through the Borough of Reigate, by Sidlow Mill, to Povey Cross, and from Sutton aforesaid, through Cheam, and over Howell Hill to Ewell; and also the road from Tadworth, by the wind-mill, to the bottom of Pebble Hill in the said County.  28 Geo. II., cap. 28 [Reigate Turnpike Act]

 

Regnal Years: 31 George II (1757 - 1758)

 

Act of Parliament  1757  [Authorised the construction and operation of a 'waggon way' (a line of wooden rails of 4 ft 1 in gauge) over a distance of 3½ miles from the coal works of Charles Branding, Lord of the Manor of Middleton, to a spot near the Great bridge at Leeds][Yorkshire: the 'first railway Act']

 

George III [1738 - 1820] reigned 1760 - 1820

 

Regnal Years: 4 George III (1763 - 1764)

 

Act of Parliament  1763  An Act for enlarging the term and powers granted by an Act passed in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of his Late Majesty [George II], intituled, an Act for making, widening, and keeping in repair, several roads in the several Parishes of Lambeth, Newington, Saint George, Southwark, and Bermondsey, in the County of Surrey, and Lewisham, in the County of Kent; and for repairing Lambeth Back Lane; and for lighting and watching the said roads. 4 Geo. III, c. 87 (?): pages 27 - 51 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 6 George III (1765 - 1766)

 

Act of Parliament  1765  An Act for enlarging the term and powers of an Act of the fourth year of His Late Majesty [George II], for repairing the road from Godstone, in the County of Surrey, to Highgate, in the Parish of East Grinstead, in the County of Sussex. 6 Geo. III, c. ?: pages 185 - 194 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 7 George III (1766 - 1767)

 

Act of Parliament  1766  An Act to explain, amend, and reduce into one Act of Parliament, the general Laws now in being for regulating the turnpike roads of this Kingdom; and for other purposes therein mentioned. 7 Geo. III, c. ?: pages 195 - 266 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 9 George III (1768 - 1769)

 

Act of Parliament  1768  An Act for making a road from the south end of Blackfriars Bridge to the present Turnpike Road cross Saint George's Fields, and from thence to some place at or near the house called the Dog and Duck, and to New-ington Butts, in the County of Surrey; and for impowering the Trustees for carrying into execution an Act passed in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of His Late Majesty [George II], to repair, light, and watch the said roads when made. 9 Geo. III, c. 89: pages 53 - 103 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 10 George III (1769 - 1770)

 

Act of Parliament  1770  Clauses in an Act for enlarging the term granted by an Act of the twenty-eighth year of His Late Majesty's [George II] reign, for repairing and widening the road from Sutton, in the County of Surrey, through the Borough of Reigate, by Sidlow-Mill, to Povey-Cross, and from Sutton aforesaid, through Cheam, and over Howell-Hill, to Ewell, and also the road from Tadworth, by the Windmill, to the bottom of Pebble-Hill, in the said County; and for impowering the Trustees appointed by an Act of the tenth year of His late Majesty King George the First, for repairing several roads in the Counties of Surrey and Sussex, to make a yearly allowance to the Trustees appointed by the said Act of the twenty-eighth of George the Second, and for taking certain roads out of the power of the Trustees appointed by the said Act of the tenth of George the First, and putting them under the direction of the Trustees appointed by the said Act of the twenty-eighth of George the Second; and for repairing the road from Povey-Cross, in the County of Surrey, to the Oak dividing the Counties of Surrey and Sussex; and also the road from Woodhatch to Peteridge -Lane, in the County of Surrey. 10 Geo. III, c. ?: pages 267 - 278 [in a compilation of such Acts printed in 1772][CNHSS]

 

Regnal Years: 14 George III (1773 - 1774)

 

Act of Parliament  1774  The building Act. 14 Geo. III, c. 78 [An Act for the further and better regulation of buildings; and for the more effectually preventing the mischiefs by fire ..  ]

 

Act of Parliament  1798  An Act for raising a body of miners in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon, for the defence of the Kingdom, during the present war. ??: 10pp [Cornwall and Devon Miners Act]

 

Act of Parliament  1800   An Act for the Union of Great Britain and Ireland [w.e.f. 1801][UKGB & NI w.e.f. 1922]

 

Act of Parliament  1814  An Act for allotting lands in the parishes of Broad Chalke and Chilmark, in the County of Wilts. 54 Geo. III, Session 1813 - 14: 28pp [Wiltshire][PWS]

 

Act of Parliament  1814  An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay, Cloathing and Contingent Expences of the Disembodied Militia in Great Britain, and of the Miners of Cornwall and Devon; and for granting Allowances in certain cases to Subaltern Officers, Adjutants, Surgeons mates, and Sergeant majors of Militia, until the twenty-fifth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Fol. Pp. [1561] - 1570 [30th July 1814]

 

George IV [1762 - 1830] reigned 1820 - 1830

 

Act of Parliament  1824  An alphabetical abridgment of the laws for the prevention of smuggling, from 12 Car. II. to 5 Geo. IV. inclusive.  London : George Eyre and Andrew Strahan: [iv] + 240 pp [Export of fullers' earth prohibited under 28 Geo. III and 47 Geo. III; and of rock salt under 36 Geo. III] [Surrey]

 

William IV [1765 - 1837] reigned 1830 - 1837

 

Act of Parliament  1834  An Act for better supplying the Borough of Dudley and the neighbourhood thereof with water. 64pp + 1p schedule of lands

 

Victoria [1819 - 1901] reigned 1837 - 1901

 

Act of Parliament  1838  An Act for regulating the opening and working of mines and quarries in the Forest of Dean and Hundred of St. Briavel's. 1 & 2 Vict., c. 43 [Gloucestershire][Royal Assent 27 June 1838]

 

Act of Parliament  1842  [Mines and Colliers Act] An Act to prohibit the employment of women and girls in mines and collieries, to regulate the employment of boys, and to make other provisions relating to persons working therein.  5 & 6 Vict., c. 99: 7pp fol. ['Lord Ashley's Act, Royal Assent 10 August 1842, came into effect 1 March 1843, banning the employment of girls and women, and of children younger than 10 years, underground in coal mines. Seymour Tremenheere was appointed the first Inspector, December 1842]

 

Act of Parliament  1844  Metropolitan buildings Act. 7 & 8 Victoria, cap. 84, 710 - 800 [An Act for regulating the construction and use of buildings in the Metropolis and its neighbourhood][9 August 1844]

 

Act of Parliament  1847  An Act for authorizing leases to be granted for quarrying and mining purposes of certain estates is the Isle of Purbeck in the County of Dorset,  subject to the uses of the Will of Maria Sophia Richards Spinster, deceased. 10 & 11 Victoria Cap. 31 : 1005 - 1031. 27pp [PWS]

 

Act of Parliament  1850  Coal Mines Inspection Act [An Act for the Inspection of Coal Mines in Great Britain] 13 & 14 Vict., c. 100: pages 1181 - 1184 [Royal Assent 10 August 1850] [Empowered the Secretary of State to appoint inspectors [the first four inspectors appointed were J.K. Blackwell, Joseph Dickinson, Matthias Dunn, and Charles Morton], and dealt with the powers and duties of inspectors, mine owners' obligation to produce to inspectors maps or plans, inspectors' power to require such maps or plans to be made, the notification of accident, etc. This Act did not extend to Ireland][BL]

 

Act of Parliament  1852  Patent Law Amendment Act, 1852. 15 & 16 Vict., c. 83 [Established the Patent Office]

 

Act of Parliament  1862  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1867  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1870  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1871  Brickfield Act

 

Act of Parliament  1871  Metropolis Water Act

 

Act of Parliament  1872  Coal Mines Regulation Act [An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts relating to the regulation of coal mines and certain other mines] 35 & 36 Vict. Cap. 76: 47pp [Royal assent 10 August 1872 - came into effect 1 January 1873 (1 January 1874 in Ireland) - dealt with 'mines of coal, mines of stratified ironstone, mines of shale, and mines of fireclay' - deals with the employment and hours of working of women and children, the education of children, employment above ground as well as underground at mines, the registration of boys and young persons employed, penalties, wages, the prohibition of mines with single shafts (other than in specified exceptional circumstances), return of minerals to be made, returns of employees above and below ground (classified by age etc) to be made, notification required of accidents or of the opening of abandonment of mines, the fencing of abandoned mines, the sending of plans of abandoned mines to the Secretary of State, the inspection of mines, and applicable safety rules, and other matters [BL]

 

[Mines to have at least two shafts unless, inter alia, worked in connection with prospecting for or developing a new mine, establishing a connection between pre-existing shafts, fewer than 20 miners are employed, or specifically exempted by the Secretary of State.]

 

Act of Parliament  1872  Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act, 1872 [An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to metalliferous mines] [Royal Assent 10 August 1872] 35 & 36 Victoria c. 77: 26 pp [This Act shall apply to every mine of whatever description other than a mine to which the Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1872, applies. The Act came into force on 1 January 1873. It contains provisions relating to the employment of women, children, and young persons; hours of work; registration of boys employed'; wages; returns to be made (quantities of minerals sold or produced, numbers of persons employed above and below ground); notices of accidents and of the opening and abandonment of mines; fencing of mines; the deposit of plans of abandoned mines (where 'more than 12 persons have been ordinarily employed below ground); inspection, rules, and penalties. The Act applied (with modifications) to the Isle of Man][BL]

 

Act of Parliament  1875  Explosives Act 1875. 38 Vict. c. 17.

 

Act of Parliament  1875  Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act, 1875. 38 & 39 Victoria c. 39 : xxxx

 

Act of Parliament  1876  Rivers Pollution Act 1876. 39 & 40 Vict., c. 75. Ii + 11pp [An Act for making further provision for the prevention of the pollution of rivers][Mine-water pollution etc]

 

Act of Parliament  1877  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1878  Factory and Workshop Act [Schedule 4 includes quarries.  41. Vict. Ch. 16 [The 4th Schedule (25) defines a quarry as 'any place not being a mine in which persons work getting slate, stone, coprolites, or other minerals'][After the Quarries Act 1894, quarries under 20 feet deep remained subject to the FWA, but those 20 ft deep or more came under the new Act]

 

Act of Parliament  1880  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1882  Slates Mines (Gunpowder) Act, 1882.  45 & 46 Victoria c. 3.

 

Act of Parliament  1886  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1887  Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1887.  50 & 51 Victoria c. 58 [Fireclay and shale mines]

 

Act of Parliament  1887  Quarry Fencing Act, 1887.  50 & 51 Victoria c. 19 [S. 4 provides that a quarry 'includes every pit or opening made for the purpose of getting stone, slate, lime, chalk, clay, gravel, or sand, but not any natural opening']

 

Act of Parliament  1890  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1891  Brine Pumping (Compensation for Subsidence) Act, 1891.

 

Act of Parliament  1893  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1894  Quarries Act, 1894. 57 & 58 Victoria c. 42: 2pp [Defines a quarry as 'every place not being a mine, in which persons work in getting slate, stone, coprolites, or other minerals, and any part of which is more than twenty feet deep'][CNHSS]

 

Act of Parliament  1896  Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1896.  59 & 60 Victoria c. 43.

 

Act of Parliament  1898  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1900  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1900  Mines (Prohibition of Child Labour Underground) Act

 

Edward VII [1841 - 1910] reigned 1901 - 1910

 

Act of Parliament  1903  Coal Mines Regulation Act (1887) Amendment Act, 1903.  3 Edward 7 c. 7.

 

Act of Parliament  1908  Companies Consolidation Act

 

Act of Parliament  1908  An Act for the preservation of the underground sources of the River Wandle. 8 Edw. 7, Ch. CX: 3pp [River Wandle Protection Act] [CPL: pqS 613(551) PAR]

 

 

George V [1865 - 1936] reigned 1910 - 1936

 

Act of Parliament  1917  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1920  Mining Industry Act

 

Act of Parliament  1923  Explosives Act 1923. 13 & 14 Geo. 5, ch. 17 [Amends the Explosives Act 1875]

 

Act of Parliament  1926  Mining Industry Act, 1926 [Introduced the requirement that geological details from boreholes and dug shafts should be made available to the Geological Survey of Great Britain]

 

Act of Parliament  1926  Workmen's Compensation Act, 1926. 16 & 17 Geo. 5, Ch. 42: 1 page [CNHSS]

 

Act of Parliament  1929  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1931  Workmen's Compensation Act, 1931. 21 & 22 Geo. 5, Ch. 18: 2 pages [CNHSS]

 

Act of Parliament  1933  Local Government Act, 1933. 23 & 24 Geo. V., c. 51 [Surrey Review Order 1933 / boundary changes e.g, at Chaldon]

 

Act of Parliament  1934  Mining Industry (Welfare Fund) Act

 

Edward VIII [1894 - 1972] reigned January to December 1936

 

George VI [1895 - 1952] reigned 1936 - 1952

 

Act of Parliament  1945  Water Act [Section 7 required well-drillers to send to the Geological Survey of Great Britain the details of all new boreholes and wells over 50 feet deep]

 

Act of Parliament  1948  Companies Act

 

Act of Parliament  1951  Mineral workings Act, 1951. 14 & 15 Geo. 6, Ch. 60: ii + 38pp [An Act to establish a fund for the purpose of financing the restoration of land in England used for the working of ironstone by opencast operations .. &c][CNHSS]

 

Elizabeth II [1926 - ????] reigned 1952 - ????

 

Act of Parliament  1954  Mines and quarries Act, 1954.  2 & 3 Elizabeth 2, Ch. 70 : ix + 133pp [See also British Granite and Whinstone Federation (1955) Guide to the Mines & Quarries Act 1954][CNHSS]

 

Act of Parliament  1963  Water Resources Act [Est. the Water Resources Board]

 

Act of Parliament  1969  Mines and Quarries (Tips) Act

 

Act of Parliament  1971  Mineral Workings (Offshore Installations) Act

 

Act of Parliament  1971  Mines management Act

 

Act of Parliament  ? 1994  Coal industry Act [est. the Coal Authority]

 

Act of Parliament  2003  Water Act, 2003 [Abstraction licenses not required for boreholes from which less than 20 cubic metres of water / day are taken]

 

Acton, Bob  1996  Exploring Cornwall’s tramway trails. I. The Great Flat Lode trail with Carn Brea and Carn Marth. Truro: Landfall Publications: 192pp + folded map.

 

Acworth, Richard  1991  The anthracite seams of north Devon. Jl. Trevithick Soc. 18, 117 - 125 [impure anthracite (carbon / alumina / silica mixture) mined for use as 'Bideford black' or 'mineral black' or 'mother-of-coal' for Navy use for painting ships' bottoms][PWS]

 

Adam, H.L.  1901  Three lumps a penny - how London is supplied with hearthstone.  Black and White Budget, 13 April 1901, 74 - 75 [reprinted in West Sussex Geological Soc.: Outcrop 6, 13 - 15 (1990)][Godstone, Surrey][PWS]

 

Adam, Jean-Pierre  1994  Roman building materials and techniques [translated by Anthony Mathews]  B.T. Batsford: 360pp [ISBN 0-7134-7167-0][CNHSS]

 

Adam, W.  1845  The gem of the Peak. 4th edn.  London : xxxx [Catalogue of the rocks, marbles, and minerals of the County [Derbyshire ?] and part of the adjoining district of Staffordshire]

 

Adam, W.  1857  First lessons in geology: with a special article on the toadstones of Derbyshire.  Derby: J. & C. Mozeley: iv + 173 + ii pp + 3 folded sections.

 

Adam, W.  1857  The gem of the Peak; or Matlock Bath and its vicinity. An account of Derby; a tour from Derby to Matlock; excursions to Chatsworth, Haddon, Monsal Dale. A review of the geology of Derbyshire. 6th edn. Derby: John and Charles Mozley: xii + 384pp + 2 folded maps + 8 + 2 plates + folded plan + folded plate.

 

Adams, A.E., and P.J. Cossey  1978  Geological history and significance of a laminated and slumped unit in the Carboniferous Limestone of the Monsal Dale region, Derbyshire.  Geological Jl. 13, 47 - 60.

 

Adams, Andrew Leith [???? - 1882]  1877 - 81  Monograph on the British fossil elephants. Monograph Palaeontographical Soc: 265 + 28 plates [CNHSS / CVM]

 

Adams, Brian  1999  Groundwater abstraction: reports on the sustainable management of groundwater. Earthwise 13, page 18.

 

Adams, Charles [? Geoffrey] [c. 1926 - ? 1995]  1985  OBE for fossils expert. Surrey Mirror, 21 June 1985 [Charles Adams of Chipstead / Senior Principal Scientific Officer at the British Museum (Natural History)]

 

Adams, Charles Geoffrey  1962  Calcareous adherent foraminifera from the British Jurassic and Cretaceous and the French Eocene. Palaeontology 5(2), 149 - 170 + 4 plates.

 

Adams, C.G.  1989  Foraminifera as indicators of geological events. PGA 100(3), 297 - 311.

 

Adams, C.G.  1995  Obituary. The Times, 9 March 1995 [Deputy Keeper of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum]

 

Adams, C.G.  1996  Obituary[by Deryck Baylis] PGA 107(1), page 79.

 

Adams, D.R.  1960  The Lilleshall stone quarry.  Shropshire Mining Club Account 1: 5pp.

 

Adams, D.R. and J. Hazeley  1970  Survey of the Church Aston - Lilleshall mining area, near Newport, Shropshire. Shropshire Mining Club Account 7: 60pp [limestone]

 

Adams, E.A.  1946  The Old Heytor Granite Railway.  Trans. Devonshire Assoc. 78, 153 - 160.

 

Adams, Frederick  1911  Brick / tile maker, South Merstham. Kelly's Directory of Surrey 1911

 

Adams, F.D.  1938  The birth and development of the geological sciences. Baltimore: v + 506pp + 15 plates

 

Adams, Henry C.  1922  Waterworks for urban and rural districts with notes on the supply to mansions and isolated buildings. ??: x + 230pp

 

Adams, I.A. [? Or I.H.]  1965  The salt industry of the Forth Basin.  Scottish Geographical Magazine 81(3), 153 - 162 [Scotland]

 

Adams, John  1988  Mines of the Lake District fells.  Dalesman Books: ..

 

Adams, Mary  1997  The development of roof-tiling and tile-making on some mid-Kent manors of Christ Church Priory in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.  Archaeologia Cantiana 116, 35 - 59 [Kent]

 

Adams, P.J.  1961  Geology and ceramics.  London: Geological Survey and Museum: 28pp.

 

Adams, Russell, and Paul L. Younger  2002  A physically based model of rebound in South Crofty tin mine, Cornwall.  IN: Younger, P.L., and N.S. Robins (edrs)  2002  Mine water hydrogeology and geochemistry. Special Publication GSL 198: iii + 396pp (pages 89 - 97) [ISBN 1-86239-113-0] [PWS]

 

Adams, T.D., and John Haynes  1965  Foraminifera in Holocene marsh cycles at Borth, Cardiganshire (Wales.) Contribution - Cardigan Bay Research Project. Palaeontology 8(1), 27 - 38.

 

Adams, W.H. Davenport  1890  Famous caverns and grottoes described and illustrated. London: T. Nelson: i - xii + 9 - 186pp + 2 (adverts) pp [Isle of Wight: Scratchell's Cave / Scotland: Fingal's cave / Somerset: Wookey Hole / Derbyshire: Devil's Hole etc]

 

Adamson, S.A.  1887  Geology of the Skipton and Ilkley Railway.  Reprinted from The Naturalist, July 1887, 202 - 208 [Yorkshire][BL 7106.h.30.(6.)]

 

Addington Timber, Slate and Cement Co. Ltd  1911  Brick / tile maker, South Merstham. Kelly's Directory of Surrey and Sussex 1911, page 17 [Kent: Dane Yard, Margate / Hereson Road, Ramsgate]

 

Addison, Percy Leonard [1855 - 1906]  ????  Superintended mines of Messrs. D. & J. Ainsworth at Cleator, Cumberland.

 

Addison, P.L.  ????  [Paper on the Cleator Iron Company's barytes and umber mines and refining mills in Proc. Instn. Civil Engineers]

 

Addison, Peter  1993  Winford ochre and oxide. Jl. Bristol Industrial Archaeology Soc. 26, 2 - 7 [Somerset: pigment used for marking sheep etc]

 

Addison, Peter  1998  Around Combe Down. Bath: Millstream Books: 152 pp [Somerset: Bath building-stone quarries (underground and opencast)][PWS]

 

Addison, William  1951  Worthy Dr. Fuller. London: J.M. Dent and Sons Ltd: xxi + 298pp [Thomas Fuller [1608 – 1661]] [CNHSS]

 

Adkins, Henry  1866  On the manufacture of red lead.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865,

177 - 178 [used in flint glass manufacture]

 

Adkins, Henry  1866  On the manufacture of soap.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865, 168 - 176.

 

Adkins, Lesley, and Roy A. Adkins  1982  A thesaurus of British archaeology.  Newton Abbot : David & Charles : 319pp.

 

Adkins, Lesley, and Roy Adkins  2005  The building stone. IN: Prehistoric landscape to Roman Villa. Excavations at Beddington, Surrey, 1981 - 7 [by Isca Howell (edr)] Museum of London Archaeology Service Monograph 26: xiv + 135pp [ISBN 1-901992-56-X] [CNHSS]

 

[Lesley Adkins and Roy Adkins, The building stone (pages 57 - 58) .. flint, chalk, calcareous tufa and firestone [Reigate stone] are recorded ..  it is suggested the villa complex dated from the late 2nd or the 3rd century AD ..

 

Firestone, a malm stone of the Upper Greensand, was noted, mostly in Roman contexts and with some in later contexts.  Its function on the site is unknown, but the presence of large fragments weighing up to 1.55 kg, some squared off, suggests use as a building material, although none was found in situ in masonry walls.]

 

Full quantification of the building stone found on site, including the contexts in which it occurs, is available in the [finds] archive.]

 

Adlam, K.A. McL., D.J. Harrisson and J.B.L. Wild 1984 The hard-rock resources of the country around Caerphilly, South Wales. Description of parts of 1:50,000 geological sheets 249 and 263. British Geological Survey Mineral Assessment Report 141: iii + 47pp + map(s) [PWS]

 

Adorian, Paul [1905 - 1983]  1983  Obituary by W.R.B.  Nl. Sussex Industrial Archaeology Soc. 39, page 10.

 

Advisory Committee on Aggregates  1976  Aggregates: the way ahead. HMSO: xxx

 

Advisory Committee on Aggregates  1989  Aggregates: the way ahead. HMSO: xxx

 

Advisory Committee on Sand and Gravel  1948  Report of the Advisory Committee on Sand and Gravel. Part 1. General survey. Part 2. Greater London.  HMSO: 139pp + two folded maps[CNHSS]

 

Advisory Committee on Sand and Gravel  1948 - 52  Report of the Advisory Committee on Sand and Gravel. Part 1: General Survey; Part 2: Greater London, 139pp; Part 3: Trent Valley; Part 4: West Midlands, 81 pp; Part 5: Wessex, 43pp; Part 6: xxxx; Part 7: Middle and Upper Thames; Part 8: Lower Severn, 57pp.

 

Adye, Ernest Howard [1857 - 1918]  1857  !

 

Agar, Richard, and Ed Jarzembowski  2002  Visit to Clockhouse (Hanson) brickworks. GA Magazine 1(3), page 9 [Surrey: Weald Clay]

 

Agar, Richard  2003  Weald Clay, Clockhouse Brickworks. Geologists' Assoc. Magazine 2(1), page 1 [Surrey: Weald Clay]

 

Agassiz, Louis Jean Rodolphe [1807 - 1873]  2003  History of geology - Louis Agassiz (1807 - 1873) a brief sketch [By Christopher J. Duffin] GA Magazine 2(1), 14 - 15.

 

Agassiz, L.J.R.  2004  Fossil fishes and glaciation: the life of Louis Agassiz (1807 - 1873) [By Christopher [J.] Duffin] Nl. Kent Geologists' Group 11, 23 - 33.

 

Ager, Derek Victor [1923 - 1993]  1954  The genus Gibbirhynchia in the British Domerian. PGA 65(1), 25 - 51 + plate 1.

 

Ager, Derek V.  1956  Field meeting in the central Cotswolds, 3 - 5 June 1955.  PGA 66(4), 356 - 365 [Gloucestershire: limestone]

 

Ager D.V..  1956 - 67  A Monograph of British Liassic Rhynchonellidae. Monograph Palaeontographical Soc: ?? + 13 plates [CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1957  Palaeobotanical excursion to Kew Gardens. PGA 68(2), 153 - 158.

 

Ager, D.V.  1957  The true Rhynchonella.  Palaeontology 1(1), 1 - 15 + plates 1 - 2.

 

Ager, D.V.  1959  A new inarticulate brachiopod from the Dorset Corallian.  PGA 70(1), 28 - 30 + pl. 1 [Limestone]

 

Ager, D.V.  1960  Nomenclatural problems in the Mesozoic Rhynchonelloidea. Geological Magazine 97(2), 157 - 162

 

Ager, D.V.  1961  The epifauna of a Devonian spiriferid. QJGS 117(1), 1 - 10 + plate 1.

 

Ager, D.V.  1961  Introducing geology. Faber: ?? [CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1962  The occurrence of pedunculate brachiopods in soft sediments. Geological Magazine 99, 184 - 186 [Chalk]

 

Ager, D.V.  1963  Fossils as living organisms. Palaeoecology ..  New Scientist 368 (5 December 1963), 610 - 612 [CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1963  Principles of palaeoecology: an introduction to the study of how and where animals and plants lived in the past. McGraw Hill: ix + 371pp [CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1964  The British Mesozoic Committee. Nature 203(4949), ?? [Terminology of Jurassic stratigraphy]

 

Ager, D.V., and W.E. Smith  1965  The coast of south Devon and Dorset between Branscombe and Burton Bradstock. GA Guide 23: 21pp [Branscombe to Seaton / The Beer stone quarries / Seaton to Lyme Regis / Lyme Regis to Seatown / Seatown to Burton Bradstock][CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1970  On seeing the most rocks. PGA 81(3), 421 - 427.

 

Ager, D.V., D.T. Donovan, W.J. Kennedy, W.S. McKerrow, D.C. Mudge and B.W. Sellwood  1973  The Cotswold hills.  Geologists' Assoc. Guide 36: 34pp.

 

Ager, D.V.  1973  The nature of the stratigraphical record. Macmillan: xiv + 114pp [CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1975  The geological evolution of Europe. PGA 86(2), 127 - 154.

 

Ager, D.V.  1975  Introducing geology: the earth's crust considered as history. 2nd edn. Faber & Faber Ltd: 256pp + 21 plates [CNHSS]

 

Ager, D.V.  1976  The nature of the fossil record.  PGA 87(2), 131 - 159.

 

Ager, D.V.  1977  On hairy reptiles. Written discussion of Presidential Address. PGA 88(2), 127 - 128.

 

Ager, D.V.  1986  Where have all the sections gone? Geology Today 2(3), 85 - 86.

 

Ager, D.V.  1987  The excitement of traditional stratigraphy. Geology Today 3(4), 116 - 117.

 

Ager, D.V.  1987  The wrong shape. Geology Today 3(1), 30 - 31 [GSL meeting room]

 

Ager, D.V.  1993  Obituary by Mary Pugh. PGA 104(4), 313 - 315.

 

Ager, D.V.  1993  Obituary. The Times, 24 February 1993.

 

Ager, D.V.  1994  One year on: Derek Ager on Derek Ager. GA Circular 903, 26 - 27.

 

Agrell, Stuart Olof [1913 - 1996]  1997  Obituary by W.A. Deer. Ann. Rep. GSL 1996, page 17 [Surrey: Whyteleafe childhood]

 

Agricola, Georgius [= Georg Bauer] b. 04/03/1494 - d. 21/11/1555]

 

Agricola, Georgius [1494 - 1555] 1912 De Re Metallica. Translated from the first Latin edition of 1556 ...  by Herbert Clark Hoover and Lou Henry Hoover.  The Mining Magazine: (iv) + xxxii + 640 pp [Extraction of salt from brine / seawater is dealt with in Book XII, pp. 545 - 92]

 

Agricola, Georgius  1928  De Re metallica. Berlin: Zwolf Bucher vom Berg- und Huttenwesen: xxxii + 564 pp [German translation of 1st Latin edn. of 1556]

 

Agricola, Georgius [1494 - 1555] 1950 De Re Metallica. Translated from the first Latin edition of 1556 ...  by Herbert Clark Hoover and Lou Henry Hoover.  New York: Dover Publications : xxxi + 638 pp [Extraction of salt from brine / seawater is dealt with in Book XII, pp. 545 - 92]

 

Ahlmann, H. Wson, et al.  1952  Commission de Morphologie Periglaciaire. Rapports Preliminaires pour le 8e Assemblee Generale et le 17e Congres International, Washington, 8 - 15 Aout 1952. Secretariat de l'Union Geographique International + American Geographical Society [B.W. Sparks on Great Britain in pages 13 - 14][CNHSS]

 

Aikin, Arthur [1773 – 1854]  1812  Sec GSL 1812 – 17 [Born in Warrington / chemist / founder member of GSL]

 

Aikin, Arthur, and H. Warburton  ????  On the vitreous tubes found near to Drigg, in Cumberland. Trans. GSL, Ser I, 2, 528 - ???

 

Aikin, Arthur  ????  On a bed of trap occurring in the colliery of Birch Hill, near Walsall, in Staffordshire. Trans. GSL, Ser 1, 3, 251 - ???

 

Aikin, Arthur  ????  On a green waxy substance found in the alluvial soil near Stockport, in Cheshire. Trans. GSL, Ser. 1, 4, 445 - ???

 

Aikin, Arthur  ????  On some peculiarities observed in the gravel of Litchfield. Trans. GSL, Ser. 1, 4, 426 - ??? [? Staffordshire: Lichfield]

 

Aikin, Arthur  1797  Journal of a tour through North Wales and part of Shropshire; with observations in mineralogy, and other branches of natural history. London : xvi + 231 + (1) + (7)pp + pl. [Kelly Reprints of Economic Classics issued a reprint in 1968][Includes references to Shropshire]

 

Aikin, A.  1811  Observations on the Wrekin, and on the great coal-field of Shropshire.  Trans. Geological Soc. 1, 191 - ???

 

Aikin, A. 1817 Notice concerning the Shropshire witherite. Trans. Geological Soc. of London, Ser 1, 4, 438 - 442.

 

Aikin, A.  1817  Notice of some peculiarities observed in the gravel of Lichfield.  Trans. Geological Soc. 4, 426 - ??? [? Shropshire reference included]

 

Aikin, A.  1819  Observations on the vallies [sic] and watercourses of Shropshire and of part of the adjacent counties.  Trans. Geological Soc., Ser. 1, 5, 73 - ??

 

Aikin, Arthur  1827  On the geological structure of Cader Idris.  Trans, GSL,1st Series, 2(2), 273 – 278 + [plates xxviii - xxix [See also Phil. Mag. 68, 58 - ??]

 

Aim, William Lennie  1939  Obituary by A.W.  PGA 50(1), page 127.

 

Ainsley, B.  1971  Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. Index for volumes 61 - 70, 1950 - 1959. GA: 44pp [CNHSS]

 

Ainsley, B.  1974  Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. Index for volumes 71 - 80, 1960 - 1969. GA: 44pp [CNHSS]

 

Ainsley, Basil  1990  Stanley Holmes: temporary sections, and a notable GA personality. Circular Geologists' Assoc. 879, page 15.

 

Ainsley, M.  1950  Reports on temporary geological sections in the Society's area. London Naturalist for 1949, 29, 36 - 45 + plate [CNHSS]

 

Ainsley, M.  1951  Reports on temporary geological sections in the Society's area. London Naturalist  for 1950, 14 - 38 [CNHSS]

 

Ainsley, M.  1952  Reports on temporary geological sections in the Society's area. London Naturalist for 1951, 31, 81 - 82 [CNHSS]

 

Ainsworth, W.  ????  On the caverns in the north eastern district of the High Peak of Derbyshire. Edinburgh Jl. Nat. and Geogr. Sci. 2, 168 - ???

 

Ainsworth, W.  ????  On the age of the metalliferous veins of Leadhills, &c., in Dumfries and Lanark. Edinb. Jl. Nat. and Geogr. Sci. 2, 400 - ??? [Scotland]

 

Ainsworth, W.  1827  Esquisse de la géographie physique des Monts Malvern-hills. New Edinburgh Philosophical Jl., December 1827, 91 - ?? [Herefordshire / Worcestershire]

 

Ainsworth, W.  1829  Esquisse de la géographie physique des Monts Malvern-hills. Féruss Bull., 16, 366 - ???

 

Ainsworth, W.  1830  Sur le'àge des filons métallifères de Lead-hills, Wanlock-head et de Glendinning dans les comtés de Dumfries et de Lanark. Edinburgh Jl., September 1830, 400 - ??? [Scotland: Dumfriesshire: Wanlockhead / Lanarkshire: Leadhills]

 

Ainsworth, W.  1831  Sur le'àge des filons métallifères de Lead-hills, Wanlock-head et de Glendinning dans les comtés de Dumfries et de Lanark. Féruss. Bull. 24, 7 - ??

 

Ainsworth, W.  1834  An account of the caves of Ballybunian, county of Kerry, with some mineralogical details. Dublin: ???

 

Aitchison, Kenneth, Anna Badcock, and Richard O'Neill  2002  Two centuries of a mining landscape: archaeological survey and watching brief at Goyt's Moss colliery and Axe Edge Moor, High Peak, Derbyshire. British Mining 71, 82 - 97.

 

Aitken, -  1907  Road making and maintenance. 2nd edn. ????: 527pp

 

Aitken, A.M., J.H. Lovell, A.J. Shaw and C.W. Thomas  nd  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Dalkeith and Temple, Lothian Region: resource sheets NT 25 and 26, and NT 35 and 36.  BGS Mineral Assessment Reports 140.

 

Aitken, A.M., J.W. Merritt, and A.J. Shaw  nd  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Garmouth, Grampian Region: resource sheet NJ 36.  BGS Mineral Assessment Reports 41.

 

Aitken, A.M., and D.L. Ross  nd  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Glenrothes, Fife Region: resource sheet NO 20 and parts of 21, 30, 31.  BGS Mineral Assessment Reports 101.

 

Aitken, A.M., and A.J. Shaw  nd  The sand and gravel resources of Strathallan, Tayside Region: resource sheet comprising parts of NN 80, 81, 90, 91.  BGS Mineral Assessment Reports 132.

 

Aitken, H.  1894  The Hilderston silver-mine near Linlithgow.  Trans. Federated Institution of Mining Engineers 6, 193 - ??? [Scotland]

 

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Alberge, Dalya  2001  Museum 'deceived' over portico stone.  The Times, 17 January 2001, page 10.

 

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Alberge, Dalya  2004  Crumbling of Tower's moat wall reveals Chaucer-era buildings. The Times, 8 March 2004, page 8 [London: Tower of London: collapsed Kentish rag wall lining the moat revealed high quality dressed Reigate stone work interpreted as part of a building for which a 1389 contract for its erection is known - the building figures in a drawing dated 1544]

 

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Alexander, R., C.H. Holland, J.D. Lawson, V.G. Walmsley, and J.H. McD. Whitaker  1990  Summer field meeting at Ludlow. 2 – 9 August, 1958. PGA 71(1), 209 – 232 + plate 8 [Shropshire / Wales]

 

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Alfrey, Judith, and Catherine Clark  1993  The landscape of industry. Patterns of change in the Ironbridge Gorge.  Routledge: xv + 252pp [ISBN 0-415-03319-5][Shropshire: limestone; sandstone; clay][CNHSS]

 

Ali, A. Jawad, and C.J.R. Braithwaite  1977  Penecontemporaneous weathering of the Old Red Sandstone of the Midland Valley of Scotland. Scottish Jl. Geology 13(4), 305 - 312 + plate 1.

 

Ali, M.T., H.J. Gamble and W.E. Smith  1972  The Orbirhynchia Band in the Beer stone quarry, south Devon, with notes on the fish fauna. PGA 83(3), 313 - 326 [Chalk]

 

Al - Jassar, S., and A.B. Hawkins  1991  The Carboniferous limestone of the Bristol area: a review of the influence of the lithology and chemistry on its use as a geomaterial.  Quarterly Jl. Engineering Geology 24(1), 143 - 158 [Avon, Gloucestershire, Somerset]

 

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Allan, Douglas A.  ????  !

 

Allan, J.  1991  A note on the building stones of the Cathedral. IN: Medieval art and architecture at Exeter Cathedral.  British Archaeological Assoc. Conference 11 (1985), xxxx [Devon]

 

Allan, J.K., and J. Knox  1934  The economic geology of the Fife coalfields. Area III.  MGS:

 

Allan, Mea  1982  William Robinson 1838 - 1935 father of the English flower garden. London: Faber & Faber: 255pp [ISBN 0-571-11865-8][CNHSS]

 

Allan, N. and C. Giddens  1983  Treborough slate quarry and conservation area.  Exmoor Review XXXX, 23 - 29.

 

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Allan, Thomas  1812  On the rocks in the vicinity of Edinburgh.  Trans. Royal Soc. Edinburgh 6(1), 406 - 433 + folded plate xii [Scotland: Salisbury Crag and St. Leonard's Hill (sandstone quarry) / basalt / trap / whinstone / greenstone / tuff][PWS]

 

Allan, T.  1813  Remarks on the transition rocks of Werner.  Annals of Philosophy, Ser. 1, I, 414v - ????

 

Allan, Thomas Donald, and Maurice Neville Hill  1961  A magnetic survey in the western English Channel. QJGS 117(2), 157 - 170.

 

Allan, W.C.  1970  The Morven-Cabrach basic intrusion. Scottish Jl. Geology 6(1), 53 - 72.

 

Allason-Jones, Lindsay  2003  The Roman jet industry. Nl. Royal Archaeological Institute 26, page 13.

 

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Allen, A.J.  1962  Dewerstone trackways. Western Morning News, 5 November 1962 [Devon]

 

Allen, B.  1699  The natural history of the chalybeate and purging waters of England. London: ?? [Another edn. in 1711]

 

Allen, Benjamin [1663 [sic] - 1738]  1911  Dr. Benjamin Allen (1663 - 1738), of Braintree: a forgotten Essex naturalist [by Miller Christy] Essex Naturalist 16(5-6), 145 - 175.

 

Allen, Benjamin [1666 [sic] - 1738]  1912  More about Dr. Benjamin Allen (1666 - 1738), of Braintree: naturalist [by Miller Christy] Essex Naturalist 17(1-3), 1 - 14 + plate 1.

 

Allen, Benjamin  1913  The Ray, Dale and Allen Commemoration Fund, 1912 [by Miller Christy] Essex Naturalist 17(4-9), 129 - 138 + plates 11 - 15.

 

Allen, D.J., and S. Holloway  1984  The Wessex Basin. IN: BGS Investigation of the geothermal potential of the UK.

 

Allen, D.J.  1995  Chalk aquifer study: permeability and fractures in the English Chalk: a review of hydrogeological literature. BGS Technical Report Hydrogeology Series WD/95/43: ??

 

Allen, D.J., J.P. Bloomfield, and V.K. Robinson  1997  The physical properties of major aquifers in England and Wales. BGS Technical Report WD/97/34 (Hydrogeology Series)

 

Allen, Geoffrey, Jim Allen, Nick Elton, Michael Farey, Stafford Holmes, Paul Livesey, and Mileva Radonjic  2003  Hydraulic lime mortars for stone, brick and block masonry. Donhead St. Mary: Donhead Publishing Ltd: x + 84pp [ISBN 1-873394-64-0][CNHSS]

 

Allen, Harriet  1998  Quaternary environmental change: why the past can help us understand the present and maybe predict the future. Geography 83(2)(359), 163 - 187.

 

Allen, H.A.  1899  Excursion to Staines. Saturday, April 22nd, 1899.  PGA 16(3), page 163.

 

Allen, H.A.  1901  Visit to the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons. Saturday, Mach 23rd, 1901. PGA 17(3), 118 - 119.

 

Allen, Henry Atwool  1935  Obituary by J.P.  PGA 46(1), page 90.

 

Allen, John  2004  The Bristol Fireclay Company. British Brick Soc. Information 95, page 30 [Company in liquidation c. 1910 / 1911]

 

Allen, J.B., and T.J. Charsley  1968  Nepheline syenite and phonolite.  HMSO: vi + 169pp + 3 pls.

 

Allen, Judy R.L. [1953 - ]  1960  The Mam Tor Sandstones - a turbidite facies of the Namurian deltas of Derbyshire.  Jl. Sedimentary Petrology 30, 193 - 208.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  1961  The highest Lower Old Red Sandstone of Brown Clee Hill, Shropshire.  PGA 72(2), 205 - 219 [Sandstones / Limestones]

 

Allen, J.R.L., and J. Narayan  1964  Cross-stratified units, some with silt bands, in the Folkestone Beds (Lower Greensand) of southeast England. Geol. Mijnbouw 43, 451 - 461.

 

Allen, J.R.L., and A.W.A. Rushton  1968  The Cambrian and Ordovician systems. IN: P.C. Sylvester-Bradley and T.D. Ford (edrs), The Geology of the east Midlands. Leicester University Press, 20 - 40 + folded table.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  1969  Some recent advances in the physics of sedimentation. PGA 80(1), 1 - 42 + plates 1 - 4.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  1970  The sequence of sedimentary structures in turbidites, with special reference to dunes. Scottish Jl. Geology 6(2), 146 - 161.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  1975  Quaternary river terraces. 2. The mechanics of fluvial deposition, with particular reference to the problems of palaeohydraulics. Quaternary Newsletter 15, 4 - 5.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  1981  Lower Cretaceous tides revealed by cross-bedding with mud drapes. Nature 289, 579 - 581.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  1982  Mud drapes in sand-wave deposits a physical model with application to the Folkestone Beds (Early Cretaceous, southeast England.) Phil. Trans. Royal Soc., Series A, 306, 291 - 345.

 

Allen, J.R.L., B.J. Hoskins, B.W. Sellwood, R.A. Spicer, and P.J. Valdes  1993  Palaeoclimates and their modelling with special reference to the Mesozoic Era. Philosophical Trans. Royal Soc. B 341(1297), 209 - 343.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  2001  Cast copper-slag building blocks on the Severn Estuary levels: St. Thomas the Apostle, Redwick, Gwent. Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 12, 15 - 25.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  2001  Late Quaternary stratigraphy in the Gwent Levels (southeast Wales): the subsurface evidence. PGA 112(4), 289 - 315.

 

Allen, J.R.L.  2002  Retreat rates of soft-sediment cliffs: the contribution from dated fishweirs and traps on Holocene coastal outcrops. PGA 113(1), 1 - 8 [South Wales: Gwent]

 

Allen, J.R.L.  2004  The building stone at the Roman religious complex, Lydney Park, Gloucestershire: character and fate. Archaeological Jl. 160, 229 - 233.

 

Allen, J.R.L., S.K. Haslett, and B.E. Rinkell  2006  Holocene tidal palaeochannels, Severn Estuary Levels, UK: a search for granulometric and foraminiferal criteria. Proc. Geologists’ Association 117(4), 329 – 344.

 

Allen, Lorraine Gillian  1992  The evolution of the Solent river system during the Pleistocene. Quaternary Nl. 66, page 42 [Hampshire]

 

Allen, Lynn  2002  Rock around Liverpool.  GA Magazine 1(2), page 10 [Building stones]

 

Allen, Mike, et al.  1989  Spirals solution for silica sand. Mine & Quarry 18(1/2), 23 - 25 [Glass sand worked in Fife]

 

Allen, Michael John  1995  Abstract: the land-use history of the southern English chalklands with an evaluation of the Beaker period using environmental data: colluvial deposits as environmental and cultural indicators. Quaternary Newsletter 76, 25 - 26.

 

Allen, Michael J., and Kevin Ritchie  2000  The stratigraphy and archaeology of Bronze Age and Romano-British deposits below the beach level at Brean Down, Somerset.  Proc. Univ. Bristol Spelaeological Soc. 22(1), 5 - 52.

 

Allen, Percival  1942  A Wealden soil bed with Equisetites lyelli (Mantell.) Weald Research Committee Communication No. 31.) PGA 52(4), 362 - 374 + plate 24 [Kent / Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1946  Notes on Wealden fossil soil-beds (Weald Research Committee Report No. 34.) PGA 57(4), 303 - 314 [Kent / Surrey / Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1948  Petrology of a Wealden sandstone at Clock House, Capel, Surrey.  Geological Magazine 85, 235 - 241.

 

Allen, P.  1949  Notes on Wealden bone-beds.  PGA 60(4), 275 - 283 [Kent ? Sussex: sands; shales]

 

Allen, P.  1949  Wealden petrology: the top Ashdown Pebble Bed and the top Ashdown Sandstone. QJGS 104(2), 257 - 321 + plate xvi [Kent / Sussex][CNHSS]

 

Allen, P.  1954  Geology and geography of the London - North Sea uplands in Wealden times.  Geological Magazine 91(6), 498 - 508 [Surrey / Kent]

 

Allen, P.  1955  Age of the Wealden in north-western Europe.  Geological Magazine 92(4), 265 - 81; and 92(6), page 512 [Kent / Surrey / Sussex] [CNHSS]

 

Allen, P.  1958  Geology of the central Weald: the Hastings Beds. GA Guide 24: 28pp [Kent / Sussex: Purbeck floor of the Ashdown deltas / Building the Ashdown deltaic complex / ..  Building and burial of the Lower Tunbridge Wells delta][CNHSS]

 

Allen, P.  1959  The Wealden environment: Anglo-Paris Basin.  Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. B, 242, 283 - 346 [Kent / Surrey / Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1960  Geology of the central Weald: a study of the Hastings Beds.  Geologists' Assoc. Guide 24: 28pp [Kent / Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1960  Strand-line pebbles in the mid-Hastings Beds and the geology of the London uplands. General features. Jurassic pebbles. With an appendix on the derived Jurassic ammonites by the late Dr. W.J. Arkell.  PGA 71(2), 156 - 168 [Kent / Sussex : sandstones]

 

Allen, P.  1961  Strand-line pebbles in the mid-Hastings Beds and the geology of the London uplands. Carboniferous pebbles.  PGA 72(3), 271 - 285 + pl. 11 [Kent: sandstones]

 

Allen, P.  1962  The Hastings Beds deltas: recent progress and Easter field meeting report. 15 - 18 April 1960.  PGA 73(2), 219 - 243 + pls. 8 - 10 + folded sections [Sussex]

 

Allen, P., M.H. Dodson and D.C. Rex  1964  K - A dates and the origin of the Wealden glauconites. Nature 202(4932), ??

 

Allen, P., and M.L. Keith  1965  Carbon isotope ratios and palaeosalinities of Purbeck - Wealden carbonates.  Nature 208, page 1278.

 

Allen, P.  1965  L'âge du Purbecko-Wealdien de l'Angleterre. [Colloque sur le Crétacé inférieur, Lyon, septembre 1963.]  Mém. Bur. Rech. géol. Minières 34, 321 - 326 [Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1967  Origin of the Hastings facies in north-western Europe.  PGA 78(1), 27 - 106 [Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1967  Strand-line pebbles in the mid-Hastings Beds and the geology of the London Uplands Old Red Sandstone, New Red Sandstone and other pebbles. Conclusion.  PGA 78(2), 241 - 276 [Sussex]

 

Allen, P.  1969  Lower Cretaceous sourcelands and the North Atlantic. Nature 222 (5194), 657 - 658 [17 May 1969]

 

Allen, P.  1975 / 1976  Wealden of the Weald: a new model. PGA 86(4), 389 - 437.

 

Allen, P.  1981  Pursuit of Wealden models. Jl. GSL 138(4), 375 - 405 [Kent / Surrey / Sussex]

 

Allen, P., et al.  1989  The future of earth sciences site conservation in Great Britain. Geological Curator 5(3), 101 - 109.

 

Allen, P.  1989  Wealden research - ways ahead. PGA 100(4), 529 - 564.

 

Allen, P.  1996  Cretaceous research, a tribute to professor P. Allen, F.R.S. [By Peter Allen Austin] Down to Earth 17, page 12 [Reprinted from Cretaceous Research 17(1)(1996)]

 

Allen, P.  1998  Purbeck-Wealden (early Cretaceous) climates.  PGA 109(3), 197 - 236 [Sussex]

 

Allen, P.A.  1985  Storm sedimentation. Jl. GSL 142(2), 411 - 412.

 

Allen, P.M., et al.  1985  Geology of the country around Harlech.  MGS: xii + 111pp + 14 pls [Wales]

 

Ends

 

Allen, T.  1977  Interglacial sea-level change: evidence for brackish water sedimentation at Purfleet, Essex. Quaternary Nl. 22, 1 - 3.

 

Allen, Tim  1999  Copperas, the first major chemical industry in England.  Industrial Archaeology News 108, 2 - 3 [Kent]

 

Allen, Tim, Peter Hacking, and Angela Boyle  2000  Eton Rowing at Dorney Lake: the burial traditions. Tarmac Papers 4, 65 - 106 [Buckinghamshire: archaeological excavation in gravels]

 

Allen, Tim, Mike Cotterill, and Geoffrey Pike  2001  Copperas: an account of the Whitstable copperas works and the first major chemical industry in England. Industrial Archaeology Review 23(2), 93 - 112 [Kent: iron pyrites / marcasite]

 

Allen, Tim  2002  Copperas in Kent. British Achaeology 67, page 26 [Reply to comments by Priscilla Gadzinski, Ray Martin, and Ian Pearce]

 

Allen, Tim  2002  The forgotten chemical revolution. British Archaeology 66, 14 - 19 [Kent: copperas]

 

Allen, Tim, Mike Cotterill, and Geoffrey Pike  2002  The Kentish copperas industry. Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 319 - 334.

 

Allen, Tim, M. Cotterill, and G. Pike  2004  Copperas: an account of the Whitstable works & the first industrial-scale chemical production. Canterbury Archaeological Trust: 64 pp [ISBN 1-8704550-8-7][Kent]

 

Allen-Brown, John  ????  see John Allen BROWN

 

Allen-Brown, John  1883  On probable glacial deposits, or evidence of the action of ice near Ealing, Middlesex. PGA 8(3), 172 - 181 [Middlesex]

 

Allender, R., C.H. Holland, J.D. Lawson, V.G. Walmsley, and J.H. McD. Whitaker  1960  Summer field meeting at Ludlow, 2 - 9 August, 1958.  PGA 71(1), 209 - 232 + pl. 8 [Shropshire / Wales]

 

Allender, R., and S.E. Hollyer  1972  The sand and gravel resources of the country south and west of Woodbridge, Suffolk. Resource Sheet TM24.  Rep. Institute of Geological Sciences 72/9.

 

Allender, R., and S.E. Hollyer  1973  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Shotley and Felixstowe, Suffolk.  Resource Sheet TM23.  Rep. Institute of Geological Sciences 73/13.

 

Allender, R., and S.E. Hollyer  1981  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Ipswich, Suffolk. Sheet TM14.  BGS Mineral Assessment Report 55.

 

Allington, Ruth  ????  !

 

Allinson, Helen  1986  Chislehurst Caves. Bygone Kent 7(7), 398 - 404 [Chalk mines]

 

Allison, I.  1979  Variations of strain and microstructure in folded pipe rock in the Moine Thrust Zone at Loch Eriboll and their bearing on the deformational history. Scottish Jl. Geology 15(4), 263 - 269 + [plates 1 - 2.

 

Allison, John  [1838 - 1894]  ????  !

 

Allison, Rebecca  2001  Landfall: white cliffs collapse into sea.  The Guardian, 2 February 2001, page 9 [Kent: Dover]

 

Allison, Warren  2002  The re-opening of Lucy Tongue level, Greenside mine.  Cumbria Amenity Trust Mining History Society: The Mine Explorer 5, 57 - 61 [Lead mine]

 

Allkins, Vince  1998  Godstone Main Series.  Bedlams Bank.  News of the Weald 29, 4 - 5 [Surrey: new access at Roman Road (Godstone)]

 

Allkins, V.  1998  The Shropshire weekend 20th - 22nd March.  News of the Weald 29, 1 - 3 [Barytes]

 

Allkins, V.  1999  Bedlams Bank.  News of the Weald 34, page 7 [Surrey: roof-fall in underground building-stone quarry at Chaldon]

 

Allkins, V.  1999  Godstone Main Series.  News of the Weald 34, page 8 [Surrey: unstable roof in underground building-stone quarry]

 

Allkins, V.  1999  Report of the Surrey Mines Agent. News of the Weald 32, 2 - 4.

 

Allkins, V.  2001  Tower Wood mine. News of the Weald 40, page 9 [Surrey: Gatton: building-stone quarry reopened August 2000]

 

Allkins, V.  2001  Tower Wood mine. News of the Weald 41, page 1.

 

Allorge M.M. & C.J. Bayzand  1911  Excursion to Oxford University Museum, Enslow Bridge, Kirtlington and Woodstock. Saturday, May 21st, 1910.  PGA 22(1), 1 - 5 [Limestone, cement]

 

Allott & Lomax  1990  The sand and gravel resources of Lancashire.  Allott & Lomax Consulting Engineers: Open File Report [for Department of the Environment]

 

Alloway, B.J.  1969 / 70  The soils and vegetation of areas affected by mining for non-ferrous metalliferous ores, with special reference to cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc. U Wales Aberystwyth Ph.D. Thesis

 

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Allport, F.T.  1885  Presidential Address. Report &c. Sutton Scientific Soc. 1885 - 86, 7 - 15.

 

Allport, Samuel [1816 – 1897]  1816  Born in Birmingham / various business enterprises / librarian to the Mason College / pioneer in microscopic petrography

 

Allport, S.  1874  On the microscopic structure and composition of British Carboniferous dolerites.  QJGS 30, 529 - 567 [Derbyshire]

 

Allport, S.  1877  Silurian pitchstones and perlites.  QJGS 33, 449 - ??? [Shropshire]

 

Allsop, J.M., and N.J.P. Smith  1988  The deep geology of Essex. PGA 99(4), 249 - 260.

 

Allwn, K.C.  1976  The building stones of the Chew valley area.  Proc. Bristol Naturalists Soc. 35, 99 - 111 [Somerset]

 

Almack, B.  1845  On the agriculture of Norfolk. Jl. Royal Agricultural Soc. 5, 307 - 357.

 

Almy, Vivian [???? - 1963]  1963  Obituary. Nl. Pengelly Cave Research Centre 1, 7 - 8 [Died aged 45 in March 1963]

 

Alsop, Ian  2005  Lyell Fund - Ian Alsop. Geological Society of London. Awards 2005, page 13.

 

Alsop, John  2002  Vobster quarry. Archive 34, page 55 [Somerset: limestone: photograph of rail connection + text]

 

Alston, Charles [1685 - 1760][The King's Botanist in Scotland, F.R.C.P., Prof. of Medicine and Botany, University of Edinburgh]  1752  A dissertation on quick-lime and lime-water.  Edinburgh: W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran: iv + 60pp [BL]

 

[This and subsequent titles are essentially a medical treatises on the external (quicklime) and internal (lime-water) uses of these materials. However, the following extract is of  interest ..

 

Our Lime-kills [ie kilns] burn eight or ten Days, more or less, as the Wind blows less or more favourably.  Much less time suffices for Chalk and Shells; and the Calcination of Gypsum, or the Plaister-stone, according to Dr. Lister, is complete in two or three Hours.

 

.. common lime, brought to Town in Powder for building, being slaked at the Lime-Kills [ie kilns] ..]

 

                [Alston cautions against internal use of quicklime for

                medicinal purposes!]

 

Alston, Charles  1754  A dissertation on quick-lime and lime water. The second edition, with additions. Edinburgh: W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran: x + 79pp [BL]

 

Alston, Charles  1755  A second dissertation on quick-lime and lime water. Edinburgh: W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran: vi + 64pp [BL]

 

Alston, Charles  1757  A third dissertation on quick-lime and lime water. Edinburgh: printed by Sands, Donaldson, Murray, and Cochran: iv + 46pp [BL]

 

Alty, Henry  1905  Who's who in the Clayworkers' Institute. XXXV. Mr. Henry Alty, Hesketh Bank. British Clayworker, August 1905, page 147.

 

Alvin, K.L.  1965  A new fertile Lycopod from the Lower Carboniferous of Scotland. Palaeontology 8(2), 281 - 293 + plates 32 - 34.

 

Alvin, K.L., and M.D. Muir  1970  An epiphyllous fungus from the Lower Cretaceous. Biological Jl. Linnean Soc. 2(1), 55 - 59 + plates 1 - 2.

 

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum  nd  The Amberley Chalk Pits Museum: souvenir guide book. 3rd edn.  Amberley Chalk Pits Museum: 32pp [Sussex][PWS]

 

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum  1978 – 1981  Newsletter 1 (1978) – 13 (1981) Amberley Chalk Pits Museum [CNHSS]

 

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum  1981 – 1990  Chalk Pits Chronicle 1 (Summer 1881) – 47 (Winter 1989/90) [CNHSS]

 

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum  1984  Industrial railways of the south-east, compiled ..  by Ian DEAN and others ..  Midhurst: Middleton Press: ?? [625.1] [CNHSS]

 

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum  1990 – 1992  Extracts 1 (Winter 1990/91) – 2 (Winter 1991/92) Amberley Chalk Pits Museum [CNHSS]

 

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum  1989 Wheelbarrow 1 (1989)  - 53 (2000.) Amberley Working Museum [CNHSS]

 

Ambraseys, Nicholas  2002  GSL William Smith Medal

 

Ambrose, J.D.  1975  The sand and gravel resources of the country east of Colchester, Essex.  Resource Sheet TM02.  Mineral Assessment Rep. Institute of Geological Sciences ???

 

Ambrose, J.D.  1973  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Layer Breton and Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex.  Resource Sheet TL91 and part of TL90.  Rep. Institute of Geological Sciences 73/8.

 

Ambrose, J.D.  1973  The sand and gravel resources of the country around Maldon, Essex.  Resource Sheet TL80.  Rep. Institute of Geological Sciences 73/1.

 

Ambrose, J.D.  1974  The sand and gravel resources of the country west of Colchester, Essex.  Resource Sheet TL92.  Rep. Institute of Geological Sciences 74/6.

 

Ambrose, K., and J. Brewster  1982  A reinterpretation of parts of the 400 ft bench of south-east Warwickshire. Quaternary Nl. 36, 21 - 24.

 

Ambrose, Keith, and Albert Horton  1998  Excursion to Breedon on the Hill quarry.  Mercian Geologist 14(3), 145 - 147 [Derbyshire: limestones]

 

Ambrose, Keith, and Alan Filmer  1999  Excursion: Cloud Hill quarry.  Mercian Geologist 14(4), 203 - 206 [limestone]

 

Ambrose, K., and Albert Horton  1999  Excursion: Ticknall and Ibstock brick pit.  Mercian Geologist 14(4), 209 - 211 [Derbyshire: limestones / clays]

 

Ambrose, K.  2001  The lithostratigraphy of the Blue Lias Formation (Late Rhaetian - Early Sinemurian) in the southern part of the English Midlands.  PGA 112(2), 97 - 110 [Warwickshire / Worcestershire]

 

Ambulator  1807. The Ambulator: or, pocket companion in a tour round London, within the circuit of twenty-five miles: describing whatever is remarkable for antiquity, grandeur, elegance, or rural beauty. Including catalogues of pictures; and illustrated by historical and biographical anecdotes; with an introductory description of the metropolis, a map of the country described, and embellished with sixteen elegant engravings. 10th edn. London: printed for Scatcherd and Letterman: (4) + (7) + (10) + 336pp + map + 16 plates [Includes an Alphabetical List of Nobility and Gentry; List of Stage Coaches; Addington in page 29; Addiscombe Place, 29 - 30; Coulsdon is not mentioned; Croydon, 94 - 96; Purley, 238; and Sanderstead, 254] [CNHSS copy lacks map and two of the plates][CNHSS]

 

[Croydon Palace occupied by 'a calico-printer, a tanner, and a pelt-monger (95); 'about a mile from the town, in the road to Addington' [presumably the present Coombe Road], is 'a large chalk-pit, which produces a great variety of extraneous fossils.' [presumably the pit at the south end of Park Hill Road?]

 

[Blackheath - 'In 1780, a cavern was discovered, on the side of the ascent to Blackheath, in the road to Dover. It consists of 7 large rooms, from 12 to 36 feet wide each way, which have a communication with each other by arched avenues.  Some of the apartments have large conical domes, 36 feet high, supported by a column of chalk, 43 yards in circumference.  The bottom of the cavern is 50 feet from the entrance; at the extremities 160 feet; and it is descended by a flight of steps.  The sides and roof are rocks of chalk; the bottom is a fine dry sand; and 170 feet under ground, is a well of very fine water, 27 feet deep.  The entrance to it may be seen from the great road leading to Dartford, Rochester, and Canterbury. (page 54)]

 

[Dorking - 'upon a rock of soft sandy stone, in which deep cellars are dug, that are extremely cold even in the midst of summer' (page 100)]

 

[Reigate - 'It had a castle ..  some ruins of which are still to be seen; particularly a long vault, with a room at the end, large enough to hold 500 persons; where the Barons, who took up arms against [King] John, are said to have had their private meetings.  This cave (for such it may be called) was visited by the editor of this work some years ago, and it gratified his curiosity' (page 245)]

 

Ames, Nik  2005  Chalk building is first for 100 years. [? Kent News], 3 July 2005, page 11 [Kent: St. Margaret's Bay: building with walls of rammed chalk (not chalk block)]

 

Amey, Geoffrey  1974  The collapse of the Dale Dyke dam 1864.  Cassell: [viii] + 212pp + 15pls + map [Yorkshire: west of Sheffield][PWS]

 

Ami, Henry Mark [1858 - 1931]  1932  Obituary. PGA 43(1), 74 - 75.

 

Amison, Paul [???? - 2002]  2002  Quarry diver dies. The Times, 25 February 2002 [Paul Amison (34) drowned in flooded quarry at Nantlle, North Wales]

 

Amott, Richard  2000  Dudley limestone mines.  Nl. PDMHS 93, 3 - 4 [Comment on Steve Powell's paper in Mining History 14(1)(1999)]

 

Amphlett, John  1987  Obituary by Mike Bamlett and Sam Winter. GA Circular 860, page 20.

 

Amstutz, G.C.  1969  The logic of some relations in ore genesis. IN: James, Clifford H. (edr), Sedimentary ores, ancient & modern (revised.) Univ. Leicester Dept. Geology Special Publication 1: (i) + 305 + (6)pp (pages 13 - 29) [CNHSS]

 

Andersen, P. Sparre  1981  The cement factory. F.L. Smidth [Internal manual]: (i) [Reproduction of Joseph L.S. Aspdin's 1824 patent 5022 for Artificial stone] + (i) [Index] + 6 [Manufacture of cement] + 10 [Quarry operation] + 11 [Crushing] + 9 [Prehomogenizing] + 18 [Raw grinding] + 7 [Homogenizing and kiln feed] + 19 [Clinker burning] + 5 [Clinker cooling] + 13 [Firing installations] + 2 [Clinker storage] + 10 [Cement grinding] + 10 [Packing and despatch] + 9 [Transport apparatus] + 8 [Feeding and weighing apparatus] + 9 [Automatic operation control] + 14 [Dedusting] + 4 [Determination of fineness][PWS]

 

Anderson, -.  1859  Dura Den - yellow sandstone and fossil fishes. Geologist 2, 41 - 42.

 

Anderson, A.M.  1918  A note on apostasy. Geological Magazine, dec. 6, 5(4), page 192.

 

Anderson, B.G.  1977  Problems in constructing the Weichselian ice-front lines in northern Europe for the CLIMAP Project. Quaternary Nl. 22, 9 - 10.

 

Anderson, David  2000  Sourcing brickmaking salting and chemicals at Prestongrange. Prestongrange University Press Series 3: vi + 43pp [Scotland: East Lothian: brick clays / brickmaking / salt extraction / glassmaking &c][PWS]

 

Anderson, Ernest Edward, Ernest George Radley, Herbert Henry Thomas, and Edward Battersby Bailey  1916  The pitchstones of Mull and their genesis. QJGS 71(2), 205 - 217 [Scotland]

 

Anderson, Ernest Masson [1877 – 1960]  1877  Born at Falkirk / Geological Survey of Scotland

 

Anderson, Ernest Masson [1877 – 1960]  1923  The geology of the schists of the Schichallion district (Perthshire.)  QJGS 79(4), 423 - 445 + pl. xxv (folded cold. geol. map and sections)[Scotland]

 

Anderson, F.W.  1939  Wealden and Purbeck Ostracoda. Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series II, 3, 291 - 310 + plates xii - xiii [CNHSS]

 

Anderson, F.W.  1940  Ostracod zones of the Wealden and Purbeck.  Advancement of Science 1, page 259.

 

Anderson, F.W.  1941  Ostracoda from the Portland and Purbeck beds at Swindon.  PGA 51(4), 373 - 384 + pls. 18 - 19 [Wiltshire]

 

Anderson, F.W.  1955  Age of the Wealden in north-western Europe. Geological Magazine 92(5), 430 - 431 [CNHSS]

 

Anderson, F.W., and R.N. Quirk  1965  [xxxx]  Mediaeval Archaeology 8, 115 - 117 [Quarr stone, Isle of Wight]

 

Anderson, F.W., and D. Barker  1966  Some British Jurassic and Cretaceous ostracods. Bull. British Museum (Natural History) Geology 11(9), 433 - 446 [Dorset / Kent / Surrey / Sussex: Purbeck and Wealden]

 

Anderson, F.W., R.A. Bazley, and E.R. Shephard-Thorn  1967  The sedimentary and faunal sequence of the Wadhurst Clay (Wealden) in boreholes at Wadhurst Park, Sussex.  Bull. Geological Survey 27, 171 - 235 [CNHSS]

 

Anderson, F.W., and R.A.B. Bazley  1971  The Purbeck Beds of the Weald (England.)  Bull. Geological Survey 34, ix + 1 - 172 + plates i - xxiii [Sussex][CNHSS]

 

Anderson, George  1911  South Eastern Brick and Terra Cotta Co. Ltd, South Godstone, Surrey [General Manager George Anderson] Kelly's Surrey and Sussex Directory 1911]

 

Anderson, I.D.  1986  The Gault Clay - Folkestone Beds junction in West Sussex, southeast England. PGA 97(1), 45 - 58.

 

Anderson, James [1739 - 1808]  1799 - 1802  Recreations in agriculture, natural history, arts, and miscellaneous literature. London: printed for T. Bensley: 6vv [I (1799) ii + 288 + (6)pp; II (1800) 480 + (6) pp; III (1800) 488 + (6) pp; IV (1801) ?pp; V (1801) Vol. I. 2nd series; VI (1802) Vol. II 2nd Series][BM]

 

Anderson, James  1990  James Anderson's Recreations in agriculture (Ottley 235.) [By Paul Reynolds] Occasional Paper Railway and Canal Historical Soc. Tramroad Group 60: 3pp [CNHSS]

 

Anderson, John  1841  On the geology of Fifeshire. Trans. Highland Agricultural Soc. Scotland, New Series, 7, 376 - 431.

 

Anderson, John  1859  Dura Den. A monograph of the yellow sandstone and its remarkable fossil remains. Edinburgh: ??pp + cold. map + cold. lithographic title-page + 7 cold. lithographic pls. + two full page ills. [Scotland]

 

Anderson, John  1859  On the tilestones of Forfarshire. Geologist 2, 149 - 153.

 

Anderson, John Corbet [1827 – 1907]  1871   Monuments and Antiquities of the old Parish Church of St. John the Baptist at Croydon in the County of Surrey, which was destroyed by fire on the night of January the Fifth MDCCCLXVII. Croydon: John Corbet Anderson: ii + 113pp + 8 plates + map f.p. 15 [Issued in a single volume with the following]

 

Anderson, John Corbet  1871  The Parish Church of St. John the Baptist at Croydon, Surrey, as it was rebuilt during the years MDCCCLXII - IX after the designs of G. Gilbert Scott, R.A.  Croydon: John Corbet Anderson: i + 25pp + 28 plates + 2pp subscribers' list [Issued in a single volume with the preceding]

 

[The subscribers included J.W. Jarvis, a High Street draper, and J.E. Pettifer, lime merchant, Parker Road]

 

[The fire on the night of 5 January 1867 left only a ‘blackened smoking mass, enclosed within skeleton outer walls.  G. Gilbert Scott ‘pronounced its walls to remain sound ..’  The site was cleared for the contractors.  The ‘casings of the exterior and interior walls went on simultaneously with the erection of piers and arches’ (page 2)  ‘Of this Church, the south porch remains the same as in the late structure; so, also, does the carcase of the tower; nor have the walls of the west end of the aisles, on the north and south walls ..  undergone any change, beyond being recased’ (page 3) ..  during the rebuilding the church was extended eastwards by 18 feet.  ‘The quarries at Ancaster and Godstone supplied the chief portion of the fresh stone used in the reconstruction, but blue Corsham and Casterton stone were intermixed. Messrs. Dove Brothers, of Islington, were the contractors for rebuilding (page 9)  Amongst the listed subscribers were Dove Brothers (but not the quarry proprietors) ..  and J.E. Pettifer, Lime Merchant, of Parker Road, Croydon, and James Rendell of Old Palace]

 

Anderson, John Corbet  1898  The Great North Wood: with a geological, topographical and historical description of Upper, West & South Norwood, in the County of Surrey. XXXX incl. 5 maps (2 folded)[London][CNHSS]

 

Anderson, John Graham Comrie [1910 - 2002]  1936 - 38 ???  Lessons in lithology for the quarryman.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 18, 304 - 308; 338 - 341; 365 - 367; 404 - 406; 19, 19 - 21; 57 - 60; 93 - 95; 125 - 126; 155 - 156; 199 - 201; 307 - 309; 31 - 333; 395 - 397; 430 - 432; 20, 46 - 48; 76 - 78; 109 - 111; 176 - 178; 242 - 244; 285 - 287; and 305 - 306.

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1939  The granites of Scotland.  Geological Survey: Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain 32: 70pp.

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1939 - 41  Scottish sands and gravels. IN: Cement Lime and Gravel, December 1939 - May 1941.

 

Anderson, J.G.C., and A. Muir  1941  Limestones of Scotland. Area IV. South-west Highlands and Islands.  Geological Survey Wartime Pamphlet 13 ..

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1942  The geology of Edinburgh district from its quarries.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 24(10), 236 - 238; (11), 259 - 261; (12), 277 - 279; and 25(1), 297 - 299; (2), 312 - 315 [Includes a list of working opencast and underground quarries on p. 314][PWS]

 

Anderson, J.G.C., and W.E. Graham  1942  The oil-shales of the Lothians: structure - Area II - Pumpherston.  Geological Survey Wartime Pamphlet 27: 20pp [PWS]

 

Anderson, J.G.C., and A. Muir  1945  Limestones of Scotland. Area IV. South-west Highlands and Islands. 2nd edn.  Geological Survey Wartime Pamphlet 13(4): 23pp [PWS]

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1946  The geology of the Highland Border, Stonehaven to Arran. Trans. Royal Soc. Edinburgh 61, 479 - 515.

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1946  Sands and gravels of Scotland: Glasgow and west central Scotland. Wartime Pamphlet GSGB 30(3) ..

 

Anderson, J.G.C., T. Robertson and J.B. Simpson  1949  The limestones of Scotland. Memoir Geological Survey xxxx

 

Anderson, J.G.C., K.C. Dunham, and C.O. Harvey  1949  Talc, other magnesium minerals and chromite associated with British serpentines. Supplement No. 1. The Corrycharmaig serpentine intrusion, Glen Lochay, Perthshire.  Geological Survey Wartime Pamphlet 9(Supplement): 14pp [PWS]

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1956  Geology for quarrymen. Quarry Managers' Jl. 39(7), 396 - 398; (8), 449 - 453; (9), 521 - 527; (10), 590 - 594; (11), 636 - 642; (12), 705 - 710; 40(1), 49 - 57; (2), 106 - 112; (3), 168 - 175; (4), 223 - 231; (5), 305 - 312; (6), 361 - 369; (7), 432 - 440; (8), 490 - 499; (9), 546 - 555; (10), 611 - 620; (11), 673 - 686; (12), 743 - 753; 41(1), 30 - 34; (2), 66 - 70; (3), 108 - 112; (4), 145 - 149; (5), 197 - 202; (6), 238 - 242; 42(1), 31 - 35; (2), 68 - 73; (3), 107 - 111; (4), 142 - 146; (5), 178 - 181; (6), 226 - 228; 43(1), 31 - 35; (2), 72 - 76; (3), 114 - 117; (4), 152 - 156 [? 1957 - 59]

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1958  Geology around the university towns: the Cardiff district. GA Guide 16: 12pp [South Wales: Rumney / Caerphilly / Barry / Penarth][CNHSS]

 

Anderson, J.G.C., and C.R.K. Blundell  1966  The sub-drift rock-surface and buried valleys of the Cardiff district.  PGA 76(4), 367 - 377 + folded map [Wales]

 

Anderson, J.G.C., and R.A. Gayer  1980  The geology of an undersea tunnel at Irvine Bay, Ayrshire. Scottish Jl. Geology 16(4), 259 - 262 [Sewerage outfall]

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  1983  Field geology in the British Isles: a guide to regional excursions. Pergamon Press: xi + 324pp [ISBN 0-0102-2033-X] [CNHSS]

 

Anderson, J.G.C.  2003, Obituary by B.E. Leake. Proc. Geologists' Assoc. 114(3), 275 - 278.

 

Anderson, R.  1928  Note on the occurrence of a deposit of diatomite at Loch Osobhat, Lewis.  Trans. Geological Soc. Glasgow 18, 127 - ??? [Scotland][Also issued separately 1927]

 

Anderson, Ralph  2001  Betteshanger colliery tip: proposed RIGS site. Nl. Kent Geologists' Group 8, page 42.

 

Anderson, R.D.  1909  Whyteleafe: pit in Upper Chalk showing layers of flint in chalk and lime kilns below [Surrey / LB Croydon: Rose & Crown limeworks at Kenley: photograph dated 12 September 1909 - a conical top flare kiln is shewn][CNHSS]

 

Anderson, Sue, R.D. Carr, Julia Park, and Sue Holden  2004  Architectural terracotta from Westhope Hall, Suffolk. Archaeological Jl. 160, 125 - 159.

 

Anderson, Tempest [1846 - 1913]  1846  !

 

Anderson, Tempest  1903  Volcanic studies in many lands [Series 1] 110 photographs

 

Anderson, Tom, and Wm. Jeremiah Bower  1962  Purbeck: a part of the coast from Kimmeridge to Anvil Point.  Cambridge: single sheet map [Dorset: includes Worth Matravers, Winspit, Seacombe quarries etc][PWS]

 

Anderson, W.  1940  Buried-valleys and late-glacial drainage systems in north west Durham.  PGA 51(3), 274 - 281 + pl. 15 (folded map)[Gravel]

 

Anderson, W.  1945  Water supply from underground sources of north-east England (Quarter-inch geological sheets 1, 2 and 4) Part III, Supplement - general discussion for New Series one-inch sheets 21 (Sunderland) and 27 (Durham)  Geological Survey Wartime Pamphlet 19(3)(Supplement): 18pp [PWS]

 

Anderson, William [1860 - 1915]  1860  !

 

Anderson, W.F., and J.C Cripps  1993  The effects of acid leaching on the shear strength of Namurian shale. IN: J.C. Cripps, et al., edrs., The engineering geology of weak rock ..  GSL Engineering Geology Special Publication 8, 159 - 168.

 

Anderton, Roger  1971  Dalradian palaeocurrents from the Jura quartzite. Scottish Jl. Geology 7(2), 175 - 178.

 

Anderton, R.  1977  The Dalradian rocks of Jura. Scottish Jl. Geology 13(2), 135 - 142.

 

Anderton, R, et al.  1979  A dynamic stratigraphy of the British Isles: a study in crustal evolution. ??: x + 301pp

 

Anderton, R.  1980  Distinctive pebbles as indicators of Dalradian provenance. Scottish Jl. Geology 16(2/3), 143 - 152 + plates 1 - 2.

 

Anderton, Roger  1985  Sedimentation and tectonics in the Scottish Dalradian. Scottish Jl. Geology 21(4), 407 - 436.

 

Anderton, Roger  1988  Dalradian slides and basin development: a radical interpretation of stratigraphy and structure in the SW and central Highlands of Scotland. QJGS 145, 669 - 678.

 

Andom, R.  1896  Industrial explorings in and around London. 2nd edn. London: James Clarke & Co.: (ii) + 295pp

 

André, George Guillinane, and Charles G. Warnford Lock (edrs)  1879 - 1882  Spons' encyclopedia of the industrial arts, manufactures and commercial products. Divisions I - V. London: E. & F.N. Spon: viii + 2142pp [André edited pages 1 - 640, Lock the remainder. Division I pp. 1 - 384; II. 385 - 768; III. 769 - 1152; IV. 1153 - 1536; V. 1537 - 2142 (including index in pages 2113 - 2142)][Alum in pages 325 - 332; glass (sands from Alum Bay and Fontainebleu) 1043 - 1087; graphite 1087 - 1093; manures (including coprolites) 1256 - 1277; pigments 1548 - 1552][BL]

 

Andre, J. Lewis  1892  Charlwood church. Surrey Archaeological Collections 1191), 2 - 24 incl. plan, figures, and plate.

 

Andree, J.  1735  An account of the Tilbury water.  London: ??? [Further edns. in 1737, 1740, 1742, 1764, and 1779]

 

Andrew, Alex  1997  Underground lakes - real and mythical. Nl. William Pengelly Cave Studies Trust 74, page 9 [Surrey: Merstham quarries]

 

Andrew, Alex  2001  Talk on Field Road, Reading, in Reading University. Nl. Chelsea Spelaeological Soc. 43(7), 72 - 74 [Berkshire: chalk mines]

 

Andrew, Arthur  1980  Godstone in 1900. Written and illustrated by Arthur Andrew. 2nd impression with map. Godstone Preservation Society: ii + 21pp [CNHSS]

 

Andrew, Gerald  1925  The Llandovery rocks of Garth (Breconshire.)  QJGS 81(3), 389 - 406 and [discussion] 414 - 416 + pl. xxii (folded geol. map)

 

Andrew, G., and O.T. Jones  1925  The relations between the Llandovery rocks of Llandovery and those of Garth.  QJGS 81(3), 407 - 416 including discussion in pages 414 - 416]

 

Andrew, Katherine J.  1994  John Watson and the Cambridge building stone collection.  Geological Curator 5(8), 303 - 310

 

Andrewes, E.  1928  Slates.  IN: The Builders' Merchants Alliance Ltd., 'The lectures given during the courses of instruction ..  1927 - 1928' pages 459 - 484 [Author the Managing Director of Maen Offeren Slate Quarry Co. Ltd][CNHSS]

 

Andrews, Arthur  1980  Godstone in 1900.  Godstone Preservation Soc.: ii + 21pp [Surrey: silver sand mines (pages 1 - 2) and hearthstone / building stone mines / quarries (pages 13 - 14)][PWS]

 

Andrews, Anne, and Jim Andrews  1983  Quarries and brickworks in Stafford and district.  Jl. Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Soc. 11, 1 - 102 [Brick clays ... ]

 

Andrews, Charles William  1912  The fossil reptiles of the Oxford Clay of Peterborough. Ann. Report and Trans. Ealing Scientific and Microscopical Soc. for 1911 - 12, 6 - 8 [Cambridgeshire]

 

Andrews, Charles William  1922  Description of a new Plesiosaur from the Weald Clay of Berwick (Sussex.)  QJGS 78(3), 285 - 298 + pls. xiv - xv.

 

Andrews, Charles William  1922  A guide to the elephants (recent and fossil) exhibited in the Department of Geology and Palaeontology in the British Museum (Natural History.) BM(NH): 48pp [CNHSS]

 

Andrews, C.W.  1925  Obituary by A.S.W.  QJGS 81(2), lxv - lxvi.

 

Andrews, C.W., and Clive Foster Cooper  1928  On a specimen of Elephas antiquus from Upnor, with further notes on the teeth and skeleton by C.F.C.  British Museum (Natural History): viii + 25pp + plate [CNHSS]

 

Andrews, C.W.  1932  Dr. C.W. Andrews' bequest. PGA 43(1), page 80.

 

Andrews, Ernest  1978  The marl, the pit, and the Lane. Bourne Soc. Local History Records 18, 38 - 39 [Surrey]

 

Andrews, Francis B.  1974  The mediaeval builder and his methods.  Wakefield: 99 + 10 pp + 15 pls [Repr. from Trans. Birmingham Archaeological Soc. 48(1925) and 55 (1931.)]

 

Andrews, Francis B.  1992  The medieval builder and his methods.  New York: Dorset Press: [iv] + 99 pp + xiii pls + [Further notes on the medieval builder] 10pp + 1 plate][PWS]

 

Andrews, Geoff  1986  South-East 'running out of space for rubbish.' The Guardian, 13 August 1986 [Gravel / sand pits / landfill]

 

Andrews, G.H.  1852 - 53  Rudimentary treatise on agricultural engineering I - III. John Weale: 3vv [Vol. I. Buildings vii + 146pp; Vol. II. Motive powers and machinery on the homestead 152pp; Vol. III. Field machines and implements xii + 132pp]

 

Andrews, Jim, and Anne Andrews  1986  Colwich brickworks survey. Jl. Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Soc. 12: v + 60pp [Clay]

 

Andrews, John and David Kinsman  1990  Gravel pit restoration for wildlife. A practical manual.  Royal Society for the Protection of Birds / Tarmac Quarry Products: (vii) + 184pp [ISBN 0-903138-60-3][CNHSS]

 

Andrews, Phil  2004  Kingston - Saxon royal estate centre to post-medieval market town: the contribution of archaeology to understanding towns in Surrey. IN: Jonathan Cotton, Glenys Crocker, and Audrey Graham (edrs), 2004, Aspects of archaeology and history in Surrey: towards a research framework for the county. Guildford: Surrey Archaeological Society: xi + 260 + (1)pp (pages 169 - 185)[CNHSS]

 

Andrews, R.W.  1970  Wollastonite.  IGS: 114pp

 

Andrews, S.M.  1978  A possible occurrence of Remigolepis in the topmost Old Red Sandstone of Berwickshire. Scottish Jl. Geology 14(4), 311 - 315 + plate 1 [Scotland]

 

Andrews, Tom  1950  The Bexley dene-holes. Proc. London Speleological Group 2, 2 - 3 [Kent]

 

Andrews, T.A.  1956  The Bexley dene-holes. Records London Speleological Group 1, 21 - 24 and 47 - 50 [Kent]

 

Andrews, W.K.  1969  50 years of English China Clays Ltd. English China Clay Review, Spring 1969

 

Andrews, W.R., and A.J. Jukes-Browne  1894  The Purbeck Beds of the Vale of Wardour.  QJGS 50, 44 - ?? [Wiltshire]

 

Andrews, W.R., et al.  1903  Excursion to Salisbury and the Vale of Wardour. Easter (April 9th - 14th), 1903. PGA 18(3), 146 - 161 [Teffont Ewyas and Chilmark in pages 149 - 155][Wiltshire]

 

Andrews, W.R.  1903  Teffont Ewyas and Chilmark, April 11th [1903]  PGA 18(3), 149 - 155 [Wiltshire]

 

Angell, Arthur  1873  On "The foraminifera in the Chalk."  Third Report Croydon Microscopical Club, page 24.

 

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle  ????  seven mss. - for details see Gordon J. Copley, 1977, Camden's Britannia Surrey and Sussex, page 71 [CNHSS]

 

Angseesing, Joe, and William Price  2005  The Clypeus Grit Member (Salperton Limestone Formation, Middle Jurassic) of the Road Bridge Cutting, Chedworth, Gloucestershire. Proc. Cotteswold Naturalists’ Field Club 43(2), 157 - 165.

 

Angus-Butterworth, L.M.  1948  The manufacture of glass. Isaac Pitman : 274pp. [Silica sand: comprehensive history of glassmaking from the Egyptians onwards]

 

Annan, Robert  1968  Historic books on mining and kindred subjects.  HMSO: Science Museum: 33pp.

 

Annells, Richard  2002  The geological surveys: land use and sustainable development in Europe. Earthwise 18, 34 - 35.

 

Annels, Alwyne E.  1992  Case histories and methods in mineral resource evaluation. Geological Society Special Publication 63: (ii) + 313pp [ISBN 0-903317-79-6][CNHSS]

 

Anning, Mary [1799 - 1847]  1936  Demonstration at the British Museum (Natural History), South Kensington, Saturday, 9th March, 1935. "Mary Anning, 'fossilist'." By William Dickson Lang. PGA 47(1), 65 - 67 [Dorset]

 

Anning, Mary  1992  The bone ranger [by Gail Vines] The Guardian, 19 November 1992 [Dorset] [CNHSS]

 

Anning, Mary  1995  Mary Anning (1799 - 1847) of Lyme: the greatest fossilist the world ever knew [By H.S. Torrens] British Jl. History of Science 28, 257 - 284 [Dorset]

 

Anning, Mary  1998  Life, times and legacy of Mary Anning (1799 - 1847) fossilist [By H.S. Torrens]  Trans. Leicester Literary and Philosophical Soc. 92, 4 - 5 [Dorset] [CNHSS]

 

Anning, Mary  1999  Mary Anning and her time: the discovery of British palaeontology 1820 - 1850 [by Joe McCall] Geoscientist 9(10), 4 - 6 [Dorset]

 

Anning, Mary  1999  Late, great geographers. Mary Anning (1799 - 1847.) Geographical Magazine 71(12), page 73 [Dorset]

 

Anon  nd  Chalk Hill Hole flint mine.  Southern Caving Club: The Holer [?], 11 - 13 [PWS]

 

Anon  nd  Chalk quarry waggons of Kent. Industrial Railway Record 58, 382 - 388.

 

Anon  nd  Chilmark quarry as it was under the ownership of Mr. T.T. Gething (1907 - 1936.)  Typescript: .  [Building-stone, Wiltshire]

 

Anon  nd  Chislehurst Caves in the County of Kent.  A short history.  NP: 15pp [Chalk mines][CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Chislehurst caves. General improvement works. drawing No. CC 104/1c [H508] Plan at scale 1:500 [Chalk mine - Kent]

 

Anon  nd  The clayworkers' handbook: an epitome of the material and methods employed in brick making and pottery. Charles Griffin & Co. Ltd [1908 or earlier]

 

Anon  nd  Coulsdon: Chalk: LB & SC Ry cutting at Hooley: photograph undated - an unvegetated spoil bank is shewn][CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Deep-sea exploration. ??: 20pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Descriptive handbook of Ipswich ..  Harwich, Dovercourt ..  &c ..  Ipswich: ???? [Essex in pages 97 - 99; Suffolk ..]

 

Anon  nd  The firing of common bricks. Ministry of Works: National Brick Advisory Council Paper 4: ??

 

Anon  nd  Geological conservation for industry, education, research. Natural Environment Research Council / Nature Conservancy / Geology Section: folded pamphlet [CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Geology and buildings.  The building stones of Reading town centre.  Univ. Reading: Postgraduate Research Institute for Sedimentology

 

Anon  ????  Glasshouse at Hambledon. Medieval Archaeology 22, page 13 and plate viii [Surrey]

 

Anon  nd  The mines of Godstone. NP: 16pp [Surrey][CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Natural history of common salt. Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge: 358pp [Manufacture, appearances, and use of salt worldwide]

 

Anon  nd  Paraffin Young project.  Lothian Region / BP Oil Grangemouth Refinery Ltd.

 

Anon  nd  The history of Pleshey treacle mines. NP: 4pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Ingleborough Cave and its surrounding area (An outline of its potential for field studies.) Clapham: Ingleborough Cave: 4pp [? Lancashire] [PWS]

 

Anon  nd  Proposed extraction of Wandle gravels at Beddington. NP: 4pp [? Issued [in or after 1982] by CNHSS][CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Recipes for flint glass making.  By a British glass master and mixer.  Sixty recipes.  2nd edn.  London: Scott, Greenwood & Son [1912 or earlier]

 

Anon  ND  Round Bromley and Keston: a handy guide to rambles in the district. London: T. Fisher Unwin: Half-holiday Handbook Series IX: fp map + 73 + (2)pp [1882 or later - Charles Darwin's death is noticed on page 57][CNHSS]

 

[Sundridge [Park] [mansion] ..  estate belongs to Sir E.H. Scott ..  purchased by Sir Claude Scott [???? - 1830] in 1796 ..  who entirely rebuilt the mansion ..  passed to Sir Samuel Scott [???? - 1849] in 1830 ..  and on his death in 1849 passed to his second son Samuel Scott ..  on his death the estate passed to his nephew Sir E.H. Scott ..  the Rock Pit on the estate near Elmstead Lane ..  fossiliferous London Clay ..  It may have been noticed that some of the houses in Bromley have been partially built of this shelly rock.  Subterranean passages have been discovered in different places on the estate, and Hasted supposes them to be the work of the Saxons, though it is not improbable that they were excavated by the ancient Britons, as we know that owing to the frequent invasions of enemies they stored up their corn and other goods in caves.  These underground passages are generally approached by a slight incline, or in some cases by steps, and extend horizontally about eighty feet below the surface.  The visitor must obtain permission to view these remains as they are situated among the game preserves (pages 21 - 22)]

 

[Chislehurst ..  A short distance along the road will be found some chalk caves, supposed to extend about a mile underground.  These are not now used for the excavation of chalk owing to their being considered unsafe (page 31)]

 

Anon  nd  The sand and gravel resources of the Welshampton area, Shropshire and Clwyd: resource sheet SJ 43.  IGS Mineral Assessment Report 105.

 

Anon  nd  Serious and otherwise speculations on Batsford's tunnel.  [Assorted photocopies of undated / unprovenanced newscuttings - see also Anon (1957) - re. chalk tunnel at Harpenden, Hertfordshire]

 

Anon  nd  Some notes on flint. Ealing: 8pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  nd  Sussex industries. A series of articles on the principal and peculiar industries practiced in Sussex. Reprinted from The "Sussex Advertiser" and published at the Office of the same paper at 64 High Street, Lewes. Lewes: Sussex Advertiser: iv + 104pp [1880s][The Netherfield gypsum works (pages 67 - 74 [William Finlay is noted on page 71]); Bricks and terra cotta (75 - ??); lime-burning (105 - 115)][CNHSS - photocopied extracts]

 

Anon  nd  Truro rocktrail.  NP: 4pp [Cornwall][PWS]

 

Anon  nd  The 10 water and sewage businesses of England and Wales. NP: np :16pp [? 1989][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1596  The True Report of Certain Ground, ye Quantitie of Nine Acres' and More, lyenge together in one Trenche, which lately was Moued [moved] and Stirred, and carried from his former Place, with the Trees Thereupon, verye Straunglie [strangely] in yes Parish os Westram [Westerham] in Kent, about 16 myles from London. London: See Hazlitt't Handbook to Early English Literature (1867) page 315 [Possibly the same as J. Chapman, 1596, under a different title-page][See also Anon (1756)][Kent]

 

Anon  1630  Chalk fireplace at Castle Arch (Guildford) built c. 1630 [Notice in Guildford Museum seen 18/2/2004]

 

Anon  1671  An accompt of some mineral observations touching the mines of Cornwal [sic] and Devon ..  Philosophical Trans. Royal Soc.  1671, 2096 - ???? [Cornwall / Devon]

 

Anon  1734  The builder's dictionary: or gentleman's and architect's companion ..  also containing the theory and practice of the various branches thereof, requisite to be known by masons, carpenters ..  painters, glaziers ..  turners, carvers, statuaries ..  Being a work of great use, not only to artificers, but likewise to gentlemen, and others, concerned in building, &c. Vols. I - II. Printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch: (2) + 247 ff. + fp + 14 folded plates; 254 ff. + 18 plates

 

Anon  1756  Account of a landslip near Westerham. Gentleman's Mag. 26, pages 103 and 172 [Kent]

 

Anon  1763  Some account of the Parish of Dorking, with its environs. Gentleman's Magazine 33 (May 1763), 220 - 223.

 

..  no manufacture is carried on here ..  [business] very much encreased since the completing of the turnpike road from Epsom ..

 

There are an abundance of kilns for making lime for building, as well as for the dressing of land, the chalk pits lying very near the town: bricks and tiles are made here of clay and loam that give them a most beautiful colour.  The fuel was formerly chiefly wood, but as the grounds have been very much cleared, a great quantity of coals are brought hither from Kingston and Ditton-upon-Thames, by land carriage at a reasonable rate; as the teams that are continually going in great numbers with timber, and other goods, to these places, take the coals as back carriage.

 

Anon  1769  The complete farmer: or, a general dictionary of husbandry in all its branches. 2nd edn.  ????: [iv] + B-484 + 111 + [iv] + 26 folded plates.

 

Anon  1776  A description of that admirable structure, the Cathedral Church of Salisbury; with the Chaples, Monuments, Grave-stones, and their Inscriptions; to which is prefixed, an account of Old Sarum; with 12 engraved plates after Francis Price. F.R. Baldwin: 6, 50, 144pp [Plates from Price's Observations on Salisbury, 1773][Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1776  A view of the entrance into Quarry Hole, described in Guildford Castle, surveyed 1763 [Print of underground chalk quarry in Surrey]

 

Anon  c. 1790  Survey of Lower Gatton c. 1790 [Shews a Quarry Field][SHC 4348/2/72/2][Reproduced in Joan Percy, 2005, In pursuit of the picturesque ..  (qv)][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1793  [Lists of Berkshire brickmakers] Reading Mercury, 4 March 1793 and 1 April 1793.

 

Anon  1798  Letter on a plan for forming a tunnel under the Thames [Account of a well at Tilbury Fort.]  Gentleman's Magazine 68(2), 656 - ??? [Essex / Kent]

 

Anon  1799  [Chalk pit at Marsh Mills, near Henley] Reading Mercury, 4 March 1799 [The chalk pit at Marsh Mills, near Henley, having fallen in and made the road entirely impassable, a new road is making through part of the grounds of Lord Malmesbury, at Park Place][There s a Park Place shewn on the OS 1:50,000 map at SU 77782]

 

Anon  1801  Reports of the Committee on the Laws Relating to the Sand Dunes. House of Commons: 25pp [Salt exports &c]

 

Anon  1806  ???  Monthly Magazine 22, page 95.

 

Anon  1806  A very valuable stratum of yellow ochre has been lately discovered ..  at Woolhampton.  Reading Mercury, 24 November 1806 [Woolhampton (Berkshire) is 7 miles east of Newbury on the 'Kennet Navigation][NGR SU 5766]

 

Anon  1807  The picture of Newcastle upon Tyne: containing a guide to the town and neighbourhood, an account of the Roman wall and a description of the coal mines [Reprinted 1969]

 

Anon  1813  Advertisement for Kintbury limekilns.  Reading Mercury, 19 July 1813 [Berkshire]

 

Anon  1813  Analysis of clay-ironstone from Coalbrookdale.  Ann. Phil. [1813], 238 - ??? [? From Ann. Chim. 84, 188 - ???][Shropshire]

 

Anon  1813  Farmers, builders, and others may be supplied with the best RAG STONE LIME, every day, at the lime kiln at Sunningwell, 3½ miles from Oxford.  Reading Mercury, 8 March 1813 [Sunningwell (Berkshire) is 2½ miles north of Abingdon {NGR SP 4900] on the Thames]

 

Anon  1816  Agricultural state of the Kingdom, in February, March, and April 1816; being the substance of the replies to a circular letter sent by the Board of Agriculture, to every part of the Kingdom. Two parts in one.  Sherwood, Neely and Jones: iii + 266pp + 148pp [incl. tables in the text]

 

Anon  1816  Analysis of the mineral waters of Caversham, Berkshire. Ann. Phil. 8, page 123 [Oxfordshire!]

 

Anon  1818  The book of English trades, and library of the useful arts.  London: R. Phillips : vi + 442 + 18 + 36pp incl. 73 engr.

 

Anon  1818  Excursions in the County of Essex I London: ??? [Geological notes in pages 65, 110, 111, 122, 123, 172]

 

Anon  1821  Report from the Select Committee on the supply of water to the Metropolis. House of Commons: Cd. 537: 11pp [London: water supply]

 

Anon  1821  Report from the Select Committee on the supply of water to the Metropolis. House of Commons: ?? 247pp [London: water supply]

 

Anon  1824  Observations on a Statement Published in the Morning Chronicle newspaper, of the 22nd July 1824; purporting to be the evidence of Henry Drummond, Esq ..  before a Select Committee of the House of Commons, in the last session of Parliament "On laborers' wages." By some of the Farmers, Parish Officers, and Others Holding Lands ..  within the Hundreds of Blackheath, Godalming, and Woking in Surrey .. [With the text of the evidence] Guildford & London: 27pp [ULL G 24274]

 

Anon  1824  The stranger's guide; or, new ambulator for the tour of the Metropolis and its vicinity, within the circuit of twenty-five miles, describing towns, villages, hamlets, parks, gentlemen's seats, obelisks, rivers, canals, and objects most remarkable for grandeur, elegance, taste, local beauty, and antiquity; illustrated by anecdotes, historical and biographical, with a correct map of the country. London: printed by W. Lewis ..  and W. Cole ..: i + 356pp [of which the last five are advertisements][The date 3 November 1824 appears on page 330][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1832  London Bridge. The Penny Magazine 1, 41 - 42 [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1833  Dover Castle. The Penny Magazine, 2(56), 57 - 58.

 

Anon  1834  Peak cavern. The Penny Magazine, 3(131), 148 - 149 [Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1834  Scratchell's Bay, Isle of Wight.  The Penny Magazine, 3(129), 135 - 136.

 

Anon  1834  On the system of contracts pursued in the mines of Cornwall. Penny Magazine 3(175), 500 - 503.

 

Anon  1835  Artesian wells. Penny Magazine 4(193), 131 - 132 [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1835  The collieries. - No.I.  The Penny Magazine 4(192), 121 - 128 [Including six ills., one of South Hetton colliery, County Durham]

 

Anon  1835  The collieries. - No.II.  The Penny Magazine 4(197), 161 - 168 [Including four ills.]

 

Anon  1835  Notes of a journey to the mines of Cornwall and Wales. The Penny Magazine 4(220), 351 - 352.

 

Anon  1835  Torquay, Devonshire. The Penny Magazine 4(195), 150 - 152 [Kent's Cavern]

 

Anon  1835  Warkworth hermitage. Penny Magazine 4(188)(7 March 1835), 89 - 91 [Artificially cut caves on the N bank of the river Coquet, 0.5 mile W of Warkworth Castle, Northumberland]

 

Anon  1836  The London and Greenwich viaduct and railway. Penny Magazine 5(242), 9 - 11.

 

Anon  1836  [Note on bones found in a brickfield at Ilford, Essex]  Mining Review 8, 324 - ???

 

Anon  1836  Remarkable storms in England. Penny Magazine 5(302), 17 December 1836, 490 - 491.

 

Anon  1837  An account of two new Crustacea from the Transition and Carboniferous strata.  Analyst 6, 85 - ??

 

Anon  1837  The dropping-well at Knaresborough.  The Penny Magazine 5(349), 348 - 349 [Yorkshire: limestone cave]

 

Anon  1837  Fossil remains.  Mining Review 9, 163 - ??? [Elephant remains near Reading, Berkshire]

 

Anon  1839  A comprehensive gazetteer of Gravesend with its environs.  Being a complete guide for visitors on pleasure and business, to which is added a general directory of Gravesend. [Includes 3 folded panoramic views]

 

Anon  1839  The history and antiquities of Newbury and its environs, including twenty-eight parishes, situate in the County of Berks: also a catalogue of plants found in the neighbourhood. Speenhamland: printed and published by Hall and March: fp folded map + xii + 340pp + plates [Yattendon chalk mines, kiln, and wells are described in page 230]

 

[By the road side as you go from Yattendon to Pangbourn, and near the kiln, is a small well, called by the cottagers the miraculous well, because it is always quite full and never runs over; and in the ground opposite the rectory is a very deep well; it is said that just before you get to the water there is an excavation, and which was probably made in troublesome times to hide valuable things.

 

Some years ago as a team was ploughing in a field near Yattendon kiln, the ground gave way and some large chalk mines were discovered, which appeared to have been made many previous centuries.  We [who is not stated in the book] investigated these mines, and as they are now closed up, we shall give a description of them.  The entrance to the mine appeared to have been out of a pit near the kiln, and the interior was dug out in the most ingenious and workman-like manner; it extended under ground to a great distance, and was divided into large rooms, with pillars of chalk left as a support between the rooms, the whole had a most wonderful and grand effect.  From what we could judge of the quantity of chalk taken out, the excavation must have been in progress for several centuries.  It appears to have been visited or used about the year 1700, as there were several initials and dates of about that period cut in the chalk; but it is very extraordinary that none of the present inhabitants seemed to have been aware of the existence of these subterraneous rooms, although some of them must have known persons who might have remembered that period.  This kiln is thought to be the oldest in this part of the country.]

 

Anon  1839  The topography of Maidstone and its environs a directory of the clergy, gentry, tradesmen, etc., of Maidstone. Also a correct address of the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, etc., residing in the vicinity.  Maidstone: ????

 

Anon  1842  Brandon.  The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales ..  1840-1, II, 255 - 256 [Suffolk: gunflint mining described]

 

Anon  1842  A brief account of Hockley Spa, near Southend, Essex. With an analysis of the water by R. Phillips.  London & Chelmsford: ????

 

Anon  1842  Surrey: surface and geological character. Penny Cyclopaedia 23, 310 - ???

 

Anon  1844  Outline of geology, with a map, compiled from the best authorities. London printed for the author by C. Whittingham: fp cold. geol. map of England & Wales + iv + 60pp [Salt deposits are described in pages 30 - 32, ossiferous caves in 46 - 47, and mines and mineral veins in 58 - 60][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1846  An account of the coal and lignite raised, and of the iron and steel manufactured in France; as given in the 'Compte-Rendu des Travaux des Ingénieurs des Mines' for 1844. MGS 1, 501 - 509.

 

Anon  1846   A notice of the mining establishment of France. Taken from the 'Compte-Rendu des Travaux des Ingénieurs des Mines' ..  and from the 'Annales des Mines.' MGS 1, 495 - 500.

 

Anon  1847  The Reading, Guildford and Reigate Railway. Illustrated London News 11(278), 131 - 132 (28 August 1847) [Surrey: Betchworth: account and illustration of 'the cutting of the first sod' - the illustration depicts a view to the NW towards already extensive chalk pits and a high chalk face]

 

Anon  1850  A visit to the salt mines of Cheshire.  Illustrated London News, 24 August 1850, 173 - 174.

 

Anon  1856  Opening of the Caterham Railway.  The Illustrated London News, 16 August 1856, 171 - 172 [Surrey: possibility of extension southward to stone quarries noted]

 

Anon  1857  The builder and contractor's price book; containing the latest prices for all branches of the building trade ..  and an almanac for 1857.  Weale: 300pp.

 

Anon  1857  St. Paul's Church, Dorking. The Builder 15, 754 - 755 [Surrey: includes full page plate / materials used were Bath stone and flint]

 

Anon  1858  A hand-book of Dorking. 2nd edn. Dorking: John Rowe: fp folded map, vii + 156 + 20 + 44pp [Surrey: chalk and limeworks / clays / sandstones; includes in pages 129 - 151 'The geological structure of the country as seen from Leith Hill' (abridged) by Gideon Algernon Mantell][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1858  Reigate church. The Builder 16, page 726.

 

Anon  1859  Landslip at the Isle of Portland. Geologist 2, 127 - 128 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1859  Mammalian remains. Geologist 2, 92 - 93, and 219 - 220

 

Anon  c. 1860  The caves and mines of the earth; and mines and mining.  Religious Tract Soc. 192 + 192pp

 

Anon  1860  Extraordinary accident at Reigate. Illustrated London News, 19 May 1860 [Surrey: illustration entitled 'Fall of cottages into a sand cave at Reigate]

 

Anon  1861  The bedway of building stone.  The Builder 19, 324 - 25.

 

Anon  1861  An account of the river Bourne, an intermittent stream rising south of Croydon. As it appeared in January, 1861, with observations on the cause of its flow. Croydon: F. Baldiston [Pamphlet reprinted from the Croydon Chronicle, 5 January 1861]: 8pp. [Flooding in Godstone stone quarries, Surrey, is mentioned][CNHSS (typed copy) / GSL M17* d1]

 

Anon  1861  The decay of the stone of the New Palace of Westminster.  House of Commons: xxxx

 

Anon  1861  The railway and the mine. Lever's illustrated year book, 1861.  194 + (16) adverts pp. + 8 pls [Includes list of mine, dates lines opened, Acts, etc.  Mostly coal-mining?]

 

Anon  1862  Box Hill and its Bath stone quarries.  The Builder 20, 613 - 15 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1865  The Ilford mammoth. Science Gossip 1(1), page 20 [Essex: Elephas primigenius]

 

Anon  1866  Artificial manures and superphosphate of lime.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865,

, 679 - 680.

 

Anon  1866  Basaltic stone manufacture.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865, 163 - 165 [Rowley Regis / cast basalt]

 

Anon  1866  Birmingham flint-glass manufacture.  IN: Samuel Timmins, Resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865, 526 - 533.

 

Anon  1866  The drainage of the south Staffordshire coalfield.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865, 35 - 39.

 

Anon  1866  First report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the best means of preventing pollution of rivers. With a geological map of the London Basin. [Blue book]

 

Anon  1866  The Midland salt works.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865, 138 - 144.

 

Anon  1866  Statistics of the marketable products of the [south Staffordshire] coalfield.  IN: Samuel Timmins, The resources, products, and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district: a series of reports, collected by the Local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham, in 1865, 40 - 41 [Coal / ironstone / ragstone / paving stone / basalt / fireclay / limestone]

 

Anon  1866  The Surrey hills. A guide to the Caterham Railway, and its vicinity. London: John Russell Smith: 45pp [Facsimile reprint published by The Bourne Society 2003 [ISBN 0-0900992-56-5][Surrey: Blechingley and Godstone]

 

[The frontispiece map indicates quarries at Blechingley (War Coppice) and Godstone; at Godstone are 'very extensive quarries , from which building and other stone of various qualities are obtained' (page 18); 'the Godstone quarries, which are those nearest to the Caterham station, produce - 1. Gray limestone lime of the best quality; 2. Hearth stones, used principally in London; 3. Firestone, superior to any other in use, and preferred to all others in the furnaces of Birmingham, Bristol, the Potteries, Manchester, Glasgow, etc.; 4. Building stone. The parish of Godstone also produces a fine silver sand, and a hard brown building stone, which is obtained at Tilburstow hill, about a mile south of the village.  The mineral productions of the parish of Caterham are - 1. Chalk lime. 2. Limestone lime, equal to that of the Godstone quarries. 3. Brown sand. 4. Builder's sand. 5. Yellow gravel. 6. White gravel. 7.  Red brick earth of very superior quality (page 41)]

 

Anon  1867  Dene holes. Building News, 1 March 1867, page 157 [CNHSS (photocopy)]

 

Anon  1867  Discoveries at Charterhouse.  Intellectual Observer 12, ??? - ???

 

Anon  1869  Settle cave-exploration.  Jl. Ethnological Soc. London NS 1, page 388 [Yorkshire: limestone]

 

Anon  1870  Chalk foraminifera. Science Gossip 6(64), 81 - 83; (65), 106 - 108; and (67), 155 - 157.

 

Anon  1870  Disintegrating rocks by fire. Engineering 10, page 473 [30 December 1870][Reprinted from American Artizan, describes a machine constructed in France for 'fire-setting' incorporating a portable furnace]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Aylesbury, June 1st, 1870.  PGA 2(1), page 36 [Buckinghamshire: Kimmeridge Clay / brickmaking near Hartwell / Portland limestone 'extensively worked' near Hartwell]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Caterham and Oxtead. April 19th, 1870.  PGA 2(1), 28 - 29 [Surrey][Led by Caleb Evans]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Crayford, May 21st, 1870.  PGA 2(1), 34 - 25 [Kent: chalk / brick-earths / gravels]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Grays, Essex, April 23rd, 1870.  PGA 2(1), page 29 [Chalk / whiting / flints for porcelain manufacture]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Lewisham, May 7th, 1870.  PGA 2(1), page 33 [brick-clays]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Stroud, May Hill, and Swindon, May 9th, 10th, and 11th, 1870.  PGA 2(1), 33 - 34 [Gloucestershire / Wiltshire][Building-stones at Swindon]

 

Anon  1871  Excursion to Tilburstow and Nutfield, May 28th, 1870.  PGA 2(1), 35 - 36 [Surrey: Godstone / Blechingley - fullers' earth / chert worked for road metal]

 

Anon  1871  White Hill and War Coppice, Surrey Hills. Redhill: printed by M.M. Weller: 19pp [Blechingley][Minet Library]

 

Anon  1872  The Doward caves. Science Gossip 8(94), page 235 [? Gloucestershire: Banneran's and King Arthur's caves / fossil bone contents]

 

Anon  1872  Excursion to Ilford.  PGA 2(7), 273 - ??? [Essex]

 

Anon  1872  The land-slips near Northwich, Cheshire. Science Gossip 8(89), page 107 [Describes a collapse of land related to salt mining or brine pumping]

 

Anon  1872  The Sub-Wealden exploration. Brighton: reprinted from the Brighton Daily News: 18pp [Sussex: summary of geological background - no details of the boring itself][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1873  The slate quarries of North Wales.  Reprinted from the Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald.

 

Anon  1874  Historical reminiscences and geological characteristics of the Blechingley Place estate, which  will be sold by auction on Monday the 30th inst., at the  Auction Mart, London by Mr. Wm. Thornton. Redhill: H. Sutton: 12pp [Surrey][Minet Library]

 

Anon  1876  Excursion to Crayford. May 6th, 1876.  Ann. Rep. West London Scientific Association and Field Club 1875 - 76, 74 - 76 [Kent]

 

Anon  1876  Excursion to Bromley, Sundridge Park, and Chislehurst. Saturday, April 22, 1876.  Ann. Rep. West London Scientific Assoc. and Field Club 1875 - 76, 71 - 73 [Kent]

 

Anon  1877  Excursion to Grays, Essex. April 21st, 1877.  PGA 5(3), page 125 [Chalk / brickearth]

 

Anon  1877  The origin and use of the Royston Cave ..  Report ..  to the Royal Society of Antiquaries. 3rd edn.  Royston: John Warren: 49pp + ill. [Hertfordshire: chalk]

 

Anon  1879  [Excursion to Godstone 24 June 1876]  Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club 1875 - 78, 8 - 9 [Surrey: sand mines for glass-sand / firestone quarries for refractory slabs for glass-houses]

 

Anon  1881  The Blackheath subsidences. The Engineer, 4 February 1881, 83 - 84 [Kent][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1881  Excursion to Addington Hills. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1879 - 80, 23 - 24 [London / Croydon: gravel pits in Addington Park and at Central Croydon Station noted]

 

Anon  1881  Excursion to Caterham Junction [ie Purley] Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club 1879, page 25 [Surrey: chalk]

 

Anon  1881  Excursion with members of the Geologists' Association, Saturday, June 19th, 1880. Proc. and Trans. Croydon Microscopical and Natural History Club 2(1), xlvii - xlviii [Surrey: Fairfield gravel pits / Coombe Lane / Park Hill / Croham Hurst &c]

 

Anon  1881  Geological rambles round London.  A handy guide to Old-World London.  London: Marshall Japp & Co.  66 + [6] advts. pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1881  Half hours underground. Volcanoes, mines, and caves. London: Wm. Isbister Ltd: xii + 369 + iii pp [CNHSS][other edns. 1888 and 1900]

 

Anon  1883  Bath stone. The Stonemason xxxx [Somerset; Wiltshire]

 

Anon c.  1883  Sussex industries. Reprinted from the Sussex Advertiser : 204pp [Series of articles]

 

Anon  1883  Visits to great industries No. 6. The Bath stone quarries of Messrs. Pictor and Sons.  The British Architect xxxx, 143 - 146.

 

Anon  1884  The Great English Earthquake. Symons's Monthly Meteorological Magazine 19(220) (May 1884), 49 - 62 [Essex: earthquake of 22 April 1884 near Colchester][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1884  Report of the Geological Sub-Committee.  Proc. Croydon Microscopical and Natural History Club 2(4), cli - cliii [Park Hill railway cutting, Croydon]

 

Anon  1884  The salt-mines of Northwich.  Engineering 38, 290 - 292.

 

Anon  1884  Water supply of London in the Middle Ages. The Antiquarian Magazine & Bibliographer 6, page 79 [1478]

 

Anon  1886  Scot Gate Ash quarries.  The Builder, 4 Dec. 1886, xxxx [Complex of seven sandstone quarries operating c. 1863 - 1912 producing materials for landings and flagstones ...  ? Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1887  Exploration of the deneholes in Hangman's Wood, near Grays Thurrock, Essex. Field and ordinary meeting.  Saturday, October 8th, 1887 Essex Naturalist 1, 202 - 204 [Chalk]

 

Anon  1887  Gravel pits and ancient pottery near Chelmsford.  Essex Naturalist 1, page 92.

 

Anon  1888  Excursion to Merstham and White Hill. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1886 - 87, page51 [Surrey: Blechingley (21 August 1886): Under White Hill the everlasting pea (Lathyrus sylvestris) grew abundantly on waste ground where quarrying for the Upper Greensand rock (Fire-stone) had evidently taken place]

 

Anon  1888  Fossil elephant at Ilford.  Science Gossip, March 1888, page 70 [Essex][Reprinted in Essex Naturalist 2, page 53]

 

Anon  1888  Half hours underground. Volcanoes, mines and caves. Charles Burnet: The Half Hour Library: xii + 372 + 3pp [Geology]

 

Anon  1889  Erratic boulders in N.W. Essex.  Essex Naturalist 3, page 182.

 

Anon  1889  Field meeting at Brentwood, South Weald, &c. Saturday, May 25th, 1889 [Jointly with the Geologists' Association]  Essex Naturalist 3, 208 - 213.

 

Anon  1889  Field meeting at Walton-on-the-Naze, Saturday, September 14th, 1889.  Essex Naturalist 3, 230 - 232.

 

Anon  1889  The Geologists' Association. Hardwicke's Science Gossip 25(295), page 162 and (296), 181 - 183 [Suffolk: report of excursion]

 

Anon  1890  Excursion to Caterham, Barrow Green and Oxted. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1888 - 89, page 17 [Cirl bunting noted singing in a tree close to the firestone quarry at Godstone]

 

Anon  1890  Excursion to White Hill. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1888 - 89, page 51 [Surrey: eastwards from Merstham - 'coming to the quarries below White Hill it was found that the entrance to the caves had been blocked' (the excursion was 8 June 1889)]

 

Anon  1890  Excursion to Worms Heath & Warlingham. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1888 - 89, page 20 [Surrey: eastwards from Merstham - 'coming to the quarries below White Hill it was found that the entrance to the caves had been blocked' (the excursion was 8 June 1889)]

 

Anon  1890  Further notes on Yorkshire stone.  The Builder 58(2463), 278 - 281.

 

Anon  1890  A great success.  The South Eastern Naturalist 1(1), page 37 [Kent: coal found near Dover]

 

Anon  1890  The supposed earthquakes at Chelmsford on January 7th, 1890, due to the discharge of heavy guns.  Essex Naturalist 4, 39 - 40.

 

Anon  1890  Yorkshire stone: Halifax stone.  The Builder 58(2460), 221 - 224.

 

Anon  1891  Cornwall. Geologists' Association: a record of excursions made between 1860 and 1890. ED. T.V. Holmes and C.D. Sherborn, 396 - 400 [Geological maps of Hensbarrow granite, Redruth - Camborne, St. Just, and Lizard]

 

Anon  1891  Excursion to Brighton.  Geologists' Association: a record of excursions made between 1860 and 1890. ED. T.V. Holmes and C.D. Sherborn, 120 - 121 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1891  Excursion to Caterham, Godstone, and Tilburstow Hill, Sat. 23rd May, 1891.  Proc. London Amateur Science Soc. 1(5 & 6), p. 99 [Surrey: 'a visit was paid to the well-known quarry in the Upper Greensand, near Godstone. The subterranean workings in the firestone were briefly examined.']

 

Anon   1891  Cornwall.  Geologists' Association: a record of excursions made between 1860 and 1890. ED. T.V. Holmes and C.D. Sherborn, 396 - 400 [Geological maps of the Hensbarrow granite, Redruth-Camborne, St. Just-Lands End and Lizard areas]

 

Anon  1891  Excursion to Headley, Surrey. Saturday 5th July 1890. Proc. London Amateur Scientific Soc. 1 (3 & 4), page 49 [Sand / gravels on Headley Heath]

 

Anon  1891  Excursion to Lewes.  Geologists' Association: A record of excursions made between 1860 and 1890. ED. T.V. Holmes and C.D. Sherborn, 121 - 122 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1891  Industries of the south coast and west of England. Historical Publishing Co. xxxx

 

Anon  1892  The assessment of brick-yards at Peterborough. Appeal dismissed. British Clayworker I, September 1892, Supplement.

 

Anon  1892  Brickmakers' dictionaries: what to use and what to avoid. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 41.

 

Anon  1892  Brickmaking in the Principality. A run round the Maindy yard. British Clayworker I, April 1892, [South Wales: Cardiff]

 

Anon  1892  The brickmaking industry at Millbank, Plymouth. British Clayworker I, June 1892, 62 - 63 [Devon]

 

Anon  1892  Brick pavements. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 36.

 

Anon  1892  Bricks for British roads. British Clayworker I, July 1892, page 84

 

Anon  1892  Bricks for British roads - why not? Practical words to brickmakers. British Clayworker I, October 1892, 142 - 143; November 1892, 168 - 169; December 1892, 188 - 189.

 

Anon  1892  Bricks and tiles from slate chips. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 36

 

Anon  1892  The Cardiff strike. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 30

 

Anon  1892  The chemistry and physics of clay-working. I - V British Clayworker I, August 1892, 104 - 105; September 1892, 121 - 122; October 1892, 136 - 137; November 1892, 158 - 159; December 1892, 180 - 181.

 

Anon  1892  The chemistry and physics of clay-working. II - Introduction. British Clayworker I, September 1892, 121 - 122

 

Anon  1892  China clay. I. - Where it comes from and where it goes to. British Clayworker I, September 1892, page 127.

 

Anon  1892  China clay. II - Manipulation. British Clayworker I, October 1892, page 140

 

Anon  1892  The Clay-worker at the Crystal Palace. British Clayworker I, July 1892, page 86

 

Anon  1892  Dear dirty Dublin. British Clayworker I, June 1892, page 62 [Ireland]

 

Anon  1892  Eight hours only. British Clayworker I, May 1892, 29 - 30

 

Anon  1892  The Globe Brick and Tile works, Birmingham. British Clayworker I, June 1892, page 55

 

Anon  1892  Good bricks: a simple test. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 39.

 

Anon  1892  Grimsby. British Clayworker I, June 1892, page 62

 

Anon  1892  How marl weathers. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 34

 

Anon  1892  In darkest England. Making bricks at the S.A. Farm Colony, Essex. British Clayworker I, October 1892, page 148 [Hadleigh: Salvation Army]

 

Anon  1892  In darkest Essex. British Clayworker I, July 1892, page 83

 

Anon  1892  Jackfield. British Clayworker I, June 1892, page 63 [Shropshire]

 

Anon  1892  Light in darkest Essex. British Clayworker I, November 1892, page 171. [Grays]

 

Anon  1892  A model brickyard. British Clayworker I, August 1892, page 99 [Gloucestershire: Stonehouse brick and Tile Co. Ltd]

 

Anon  1892  The Morley Brick Company, Wolverhampton. Annual meeting. British Clayworker I, December 1892, page 197.

 

Anon  1892  A new Scottish industry: a revival in brickmaking. British Clayworker I, July 1892, page 83

 

Anon  1892  News from the brickfields. British Clayworker I, May 1892, 32 - 33 [Includes Cardiff and district, 32; Stockport, 32; Nuneaton, 32; Birmingham, 32 - 33]

 

Anon  1892  News from the brickfields. British Clayworker I, June 1892, 62 - 63

 

Anon  1892  The Nottingham brick-makers. Machine v. hand-made bricks. British Clayworker I, April 1892, page 18

 

Anon  1892  The Peterboro' brick industry. British Clayworker I, April 1892, page 5

 

Anon  1892  The pottery lockout. British Clayworker I, May 1892, page 29.

 

Anon  1892  Representative yards. II - Sileby. Messrs Sercombe, Osman and Warren's kiln. British Clayworker I, November 1892, 165 - 166 [Leicestershire]

 

Anon  1892  The science of brickmaking. British Clayworker I, June 1892, page 66

 

Anon  1892  Steel v. brick chimneys. British Clayworker I, MAY 1892, page 37

 

Anon  1892  Terra-cotta making at Stourbridge. British Clayworker I, December 1892, page 195.

 

Anon  1892  What brickmakers are doing. British Clayworker I, August 1892, 103 - 104 [Includes notes on North Wales / Reading (Wheeler Bros' new kiln at Tilehurst (Berkshire) / Wolverhampton / and Cardiff (South Wales)]

 

Anon  1892  What brickmakers are doing. British Clayworker I, September 1892, page 125 [Wolverhampton / extension of Walsall brickworks / London / County Cork (Ireland) / Cardiff (Wales)]

 

Anon  1892  What brickmakers are doing. British Clayworker I, October 1892, page 141 [Cambridge / Lanarkshire (Scotland) / Glasgow / Cardiff (Wales) / West Bromwich]

 

Anon  1892  What brickmakers are doing. British Clayworker I, November 1892, page 163 [Harrogate /Peterborough]

 

Anon  1892  What constitutes a good Portland cement? British Clayworker I, July 1892, page 92

 

Anon  1893  The brickmaking industry in 1892. British Clayworker I, January 1893, 200 - 201; and February 1893, 218 - 219.

 

Anon  1893  Bricks and tiles from slate waste. British Clayworker I, February 1893, page 219.

 

Anon  1893  Cracks in drying and burning. An explanation and a remedy. British Clayworker I, March 1893, page 238.

 

Anon  1893  Excursion to Betchworth, August 1st 1892.  Proc. & Trans. Croydon Microscopical and Natural History Club 4(1), viii - ix [Hearthstone mine at Brockham (Surrey) visited]

 

Anon  1893  Excursion to Merstham .. May 28th [1892] Report Epsom College Natural History Soc. 4 (for 1892), page 14 [Surrey: notes fossils found in the large chalk pit, and 'at a place about a mile further east the Upper Greensand was seen beneath the Chalk']

 

Anon  1893  How to make ginger beer bottles. Practical hints by a practical man. British Clayworker I, March 1893, page 236.

 

Anon  1893  The limestone difficulty. British Clayworker I, February 1893, page 225 [Removal of limestone from brick-clays]

 

Anon  1893  Practical hints on enamelling slate waste bricks and others. British Clayworker I, March 1893, page 239.

 

Anon  1893  The treatment of stony clays. British Clayworker I, March 1893, 234 - 235.

 

Anon  1893 - 94  Visit to the deneholes in Hangman's Wood, near Grays Thurrock, in conjunction with the Geologists' Association. Essex Naturalist 7(6-9), 143 - 144 and 7(10-12), 145 - 148 [Essex]

 

Anon  1894  The Derbyshire coalfield.  Colliery Guardian 68, 353 - ???, 475 - ???, 517 - ???, 564 - ???, 607 - ???, 697 - ???, 742 - ???, 801 - ???, and 833 - ???

 

Anon  1894  [Excursion to Eltham and Charlton, 19 August 1893]  Proc. Trans. Croydon Microscopical and Natural History Club 4(2), xxvii - xxviii [Kent: Charlton: Gilbert's Pit]

 

Anon  1894  The Geological Survey of England and Wales.  Jl. Royal Agricultural Society of England, Series 3, 5, 386 - ???

 

Anon  1894  The Nottinghamshire coalfield.  Colliery Guardian 68, 205 - ???, 262 - ???, 293 - ???, 395 - ???, 427 - ???, and 883 - ???

 

Anon  1894  The Yorkshire coalfield.  Colliery Guardian 68, 992 - ???, 1024 - ????, 1074 - ????, and 1117 - ????.

 

Anon  1895  Bath stone.  The Builder 68, 273 - 278; and  291 - 295 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1895  Colne Valley waterworks. Bushey pumping station. The Engineer 79(8 February 1895), page 125 [Hertfordshire: includes diagrammatic section of wells and headings]

 

Anon  1895  Report of the Departmental Committee upon Merionethshire slate mines.  Parliamentary Papers 1895: xxxx [See: Jones, Ivor Wynne  2003  Victorian slate mining: a social and economic study.  Ashbourne: Landmark Publishing: 142 + (1) pp [ISBN 1-84306-073-6][North Wales: Merionethshire - based on the 1895 Report of the Departmental Committee on the Slate Mines of Merionethshire and photographs taken for the Committee by John Charles Burrow. Notes Thomas Assheton-Smith (owner of Dinorwic slate quarries); John G. Evans (member of the Committee, and Manager from 1874 of the Penrhyn slate quarry, and previously of the Dorothea quarry); the Ffestiniog District Slate Quarry Proprietors' Association (formed after publication of the Committee's Report); Clement Le Neve Foster (Inspector of mines for North Wales 1880 - 1901, and previously in Cornwall, and Chairman of the Committee); George Whitehead Greaves (son of John Ernest Greaves); John Ernest Greaves (Son of John Whitehead Greaves, manager of the Llechwedd quarries from 1870, member of the Committee); John Whitehead Greaves (founder of the Llechwedd slate quarries in 1846; John Jenkins (member of the Committee); E. Parry Jones (member of the Committee); Llechwedd Slate Caverns (Quarry Tours) Ltd; North Wales Quarrymen's Union (est. April 1874); and John Griffith Williams (the Committee's interpreter)][PWS]

 

Anon  1896  The Ballachulish quarries. Railway extension scheme.  The Quarry 1, 112 - 113.

 

Anon  1896  Bath stone quarries. The Bath Stone Firms Ltd. The Quarry 1, 101 - 104.

 

Anon  1896  Bethesda quarrymen suspended. The Quarry 1, page 116 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  A chert quarry in Wensleydale. Development of a new stone industry.  The Quarry 1, 65 - 66.

 

Anon  1896  Coal under south-eastern England: borings in search of coal in Suffolk and Essex. Essex Naturalist 9(15 - 22), 213 - 218.

 

Anon  1896  Colley hearthstone quarry, Reigate. The Quarry 1, page 207 [Surrey: 'By the "undermining" process of quarrying, a man met his death in this working on the 8th Sept.  Half a ton of gravel fell on him.  No props were used; the men were using picks, and no explosives were employed][Opencast pit at the Colley Hill hearthstone mine]

 

Anon  1896  The development of sandstone, limestone, and marble quarries.  The Quarry 1, 213 - 216.

 

Anon  1896  The Egryn slate quarry, Dyffryn, Merionethshire. The Quarry 1, 130 - 131 [North Wales: slate: includes two illus. one of which shews a drift entrance]

 

Anon  1896  An eight hour day for N. Wales quarries. The Quarry 1, page 19 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  Fatal accident at Greenhithe Cement Works. The Quarry 1, page 117 [Kent: Messrs. Martin and George Preston were repairing the brickwork on a kiln, when the top of the structure collapsed ..  Preston was killed .. at Messrs. I.C. Johnson & Co.'s cement works at Greenhithe, Stone, 19th May ..]

 

Anon  1896  Fatal accident, Ham Hill quarries.  The Quarry 1, page 117 [Death of Charles Swaine whilst clearing overburden]

 

Anon  1896  Foolhardiness and its consequences. The Quarry 1, page 82 - 83 [South Wales: Glamorganshire: death of a person who fell down an iron mine shaft near quarry at Castell Coch]

 

Anon  1896  An immense blast at Llanberis. The Quarry 1, page 116 [North Wales: Dinorwic: slate]

 

Anon  1896  Legal. Conviction for using bad mortar [Dorking Petty Sessions. Dorking Urban Council]  The Quarry 1, 210 - 211 [Surrey]

 

Anon 1896 On the industrial products of the geological formations of the United Kingdom. Colliery Guardian 71, 1171 and 1204.

 

Anon  1896  Light railways.  The Quarry 1, 78 - 80.

 

Anon  1896  The Mines and Quarries Act. The Quarry 1, page 237 [Sussex: case heard at Lewes ..  Newhaven Harbour %=& Ouse Lower Navigation summoned for neglecting to securely fence a quarry [ie chalk pit)]

 

Anon  1896  Newhaven Cement Co.  The Quarry 1, page 259 [Sussex: 15th meeting reported]

 

Anon  1896  The Oakeley slate quarries, Blaenau Festiniog, N. Wales. The Quarry 1, page 127 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  On opening a new quarry.  The Quarry 1, 189 - 191.

 

Anon  1896  Parish councils and chalk pits.  The Quarry 1, page 146 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1896  The Penrhyn quarries dispute. Lord Penrhyn's statement of reasons for suspension. The Quarry 1, 226 - 229 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  The Penrhyn quarry troubles. The Quarry 1, 165 - 166 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  The Penrhyn quarries. Gist of the dispute. The Quarry 1, 171 - 175 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  Portable railways, quarry wagons, &c.  The Quarry 1, 180 - 181.

 

Anon  1896  Purbeck marble.  The Quarry 1, p. 3 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1896  Purbeck marblers.  The Quarry 1, p. 45 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1896  Purbeck v. Sussex marble.  The Quarry 1, p. 5 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1896  The Quarries Act, 1894.  The Quarry 1, 18 - 20.

 

Anon  1896  The Quarries Act. Inspectors' reports.  The Quarry 1, 195 - 197.

 

Anon  1896  Quarry joints.  The Quarry 1, p. 124.

 

Anon  1896  Mr. Samuel Smith, M.P., and the Halkyn quarries ... The Quarry 1, page 115 [North Wales: re. fencing]

 

Anon  1896  The selection of building stones.  The Quarry 1, 97 - 98 [Comments on the 1839 report on the selection of stone for the new Houses of Parliament]

 

Anon  1896  Serious slate quarry accident, Festiniog, North Wales. The Quarry 1, page 117 [North Wales: slate: Hugh Jones very badly injured by accident with explosives at Oakeley quarry]

 

Anon  1896  The slate trade and railway rates. Important statement by a quarry owner. The Quarry 1, page 132 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  On slates. The Quarry 1, page 194.

 

Anon  1896  Some hints on the manufacture of artificial stone.  The Quarry 1, p. 216.

 

Anon  1896  Strike at Aberfoyle slate quarries. The Quarry 1, 93 - 94.

 

Anon  1896  Sussex marble.  The Quarry 1, 83 - 84.

 

Anon  1896  Swain v. Ham Hill Stone Co. Claim under the Employers' Liability Act.  The Quarry 1, page 186 [Somerset: quarry accident]

 

Anon  1896  Three men killed at Cwmorthin quarry, Festiniog. The Quarry 1, page 138 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  The Tilberthwaite slate quarries.  The Quarry 1, 251 - 254.

 

Anon  1896  To our readers: personal.  The Quarry 1, 15 - 16.

 

Anon  1896  Unroofing the Oakeley slate quarries, Festiniog. The Quarry 1, page 202 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1896  The utilisation of quarry waste.  The Quarry 1, 1 - 2.

 

Anon  1896  Warminster quarrymen on strike.  The Quarry 1, page 136 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1896  What is a quarry?  The Quarry 1, p. 99.

 

Anon  1897  Accident at a Bakewell quarry.  The Quarry 2, p. 261 [Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1897  Accident at a Welsh slate quarry. The Quarry 2, page 43 [Ellis Evans of Dolredyn ..  fell from a rock ..  at the New Welsh Slate Quarry][Wales]

 

Anon  1897  Aestheticism and building stone.  The Quarry 2, 49 - 50.

 

Anon  1897  The affairs of Sidney Herses and the Garryfawr slate quarry, Carnarvon. The Quarry 2, page 230 [Wales]

 

Anon  1897  American slates for North Wales. The Quarry 2, page 119.

 

Anon  1897  Another quarry strike in North Wales. The Quarry 2, page 162.

 

Anon  1897  The Bettws-y-Coed slate quarries. The Quarry 2, 255 - 259 [North Wales]

 

Anon  1897  Boring in search of coal in Essex: Great Wakering selected as the site for the third trial boring. Essex Naturalist 19(4 - 6), 136 - 139.

 

Anon  1897  Building Trades Exhibition, 1897.   The Quarry 2, 111 - 114 [Exhibits included Dundry stone (L. Told), The Patent Indurated Stone Co. Ltd., The Marble (Mirabeau) Syndicate Ltd., The Sandstone Syndicate of London Ltd., The Patent Victoria Stone Co. Ltd., Robert Walker (of Grays, Essex) artificial stone, J. Riddlough and Son (Bolton Woods Quarries, Bradford, Yorkshire), T.C. Molesworth & Co. (Ketton stone), The Buxton Lime Firms Co. Ltd. (Derbyshire), John Rooke (Weldon), David and Sant Ltd (Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire), The Barton Limestone Co. (Darlington), Messrs. Twigg and Co. (Ashford (Derbyshire (marble))), Messrs. William Johnson and Son (Leeds)]

 

Anon  1897  A cargo of slates from America. The Quarry 2, page 178 [Imported through Leith ..  'a direct result of the Penrhyn strike']

 

Anon  1897  Caving in a chalk cliff.  The Quarry 2, 247 - 248  [Fatal accident resulting from undermining in a chalk pit at 'Finsbury' (? Frindsbury) in Kent]

 

Anon  1897  Chalk quarries in Kent.  The Quarry 2, 72 - 73.

 

Anon  1897  Coal under south-eastern England: boring in search of coal at Weeley, in Essex. Essex Naturalist 9(23-24), 253 - 255.

 

Anon  1897  Concrete in waterworks construction.  The Quarry 2, page 233.

 

Anon  1897  The Cruden Railway and the quarrying industry.  The Quarry 2, page 203 [Scotland: Buchan district / granite]

 

Anon  1897  Earth slip in a Battle quarry. The Quarry 2, page 269 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1897  Employers' liability.  The Quarry 2, 198 - 200.

 

Anon  1897  Exciting experience of a quarryman. The Quarry 2, 69 - 70 [North Wales: Thomas Roberts survived being engulfed by a 'landslide' of slate at Dinorwic]

 

Anon  1897  A fall at Llechwedd quarry: narrow escapes. The Quarry 2, page 184 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  The fastening of slates. The Quarry 2, page 62.

 

Anon  1897  Fatal accident at the Grays chalk quarries. The Quarry 2, page 118 [Essex: Thomas James Stead (32) labourer of Grays killed by a fall of chalk on 15th April ..  verdict accidental death]

 

Anon  1897  Fatal accident to a quarryman - the need of ambulance lessons. The Quarry 2, page 70 [Richard Owen Morris ..  injured at Porthywaen quarries ..  died][North Wales]

 

Anon  1897  Fatal accident at a Welsh slate quarry. The Quarry 2, page 69 [Nehemiah Williams of Hafod Fawn ..  died at Voelgron quarry on 5 February ..  fall of 40 tons of rock in a slate quarry chamber]

 

Anon  1897  Fatal quarry accident.  The Quarry 2, page 184 [North Wales (slate): John Hughes of Bethesda / Penrhyn]

 

Anon  1897  Festiniog. The Quarry 2, page 226 [North Wales: William Owen appointed new manager at J.W. Greaves & Sons' quarries]

 

Anon  1897  Flagstones and fissile limestones.  The Quarry 2, 103 - 104.

 

Anon  1897  Foster v. Trustees of Newhaven Harbour. The Quarry 2, 120 - 121 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1897  Great fall of rock at the Low Quarry. The Quarry 2, 119 - 120.

 

Anon  1897  Highway quarries.  The Quarry 2, 56 - 57.

 

Anon  1897  The hire of a stone pit for Sussex. The Quarry 2, page 72 [West Sussex County Council]

 

Anon  1897  Improved method of working at the Oakeley slate mines. The Quarry 2, 213 - 215 [North Wales]

 

Anon  1897  Lester's Minera lime quarries. The Quarry 2, 262 - 263 [N of Wrexham: details of tunnels / big blast]

 

Anon  1897  The Logiealmond quarry accident.  The Quarry 2, 165 - 166.

 

Anon  1897  The mining of limestone interdicted. Edinburgh and District Water Trustees v. The Clippens Oil Company, Limited.  The Quarry 2, p. 230.

 

Anon  1897  New Welsh Slate. The Quarry 2, page 251 [Wales: Directors' report]

 

Anon  1897 - 1929  Patents for inventions, abridgements of specifications, Class 85. Mining, quarrying, tunnelling, and well-sinking, 1855 - 76; 1884 - 1925. ? Patent Office: 11 vv.

 

Anon  1897  Penrhyn quarries.  The Quarry 2, page 234 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  Penrhyn quarry: case of the two dismissed men. The Quarry 2, page 212 [North Wales slate (includes text of a letter from E.A. Young to David Davies and Robert Owen]

 

Anon  1897  Penrhyn quarry dispute. The Quarry 2, 95 - 98 (and 98) and 119, 189][North Wales (slate)]

 

Anon  1897  The Penrhyn quarry strike. The Quarry 2, 14 - 15, and 129 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  Penrhyn quarrymen and their secretary - secret of the settlement - union funds exhausted. The Quarry 2, 249 - 250 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  The Penrhyn strike. The Quarry 2, pages 107 and 163 - 164.

 

Anon  1897  The Penrhyn strike: Lord Penrhyn and his workmen. The Quarry 2, page 37 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  Portable electric railways.  The Quarry 2, 264 - 266.

 

Anon  1897  The quarrymen of Bethesda. The Quarry 2, 136 - 138.

 

Anon  1897  Recent researches and improvements in the cement industry.  The Quarry 2, 108 - 109.

 

Anon  1897  A secret revolution. The Quarry 2, page 55 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  Serious charge against quarrymen at Carnarvon. The Quarry 2, page 186 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  Serious charge against Welsh quarryman. The Quarry 2, 230 - 231 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1897  Shocking fatality at Penrhyn quarries. The Quarry 2, page 248 [North Wales: John Williams killed by a falling bock of slate]

 

Anon  1897  Slates for roofing (continued from page 247.) The Quarry 2, 10 - 11.

 

Anon  1897  Towyn. The Quarry 2, page 226 [Erection of large barracks for quarrymen]

 

Anon  1897  Variability of building stones.  The Quarry 2, 23 - 24.

 

Anon  1897  Victoria Slate Quarry, Snowdon. The Quarry 2, page 163 [North Wales]

 

Anon  1897  The Vobster mountain limestone quarries. The Quarry 2, 130 - 134.

 

Anon  1897  Welsh slate quarries and the question of fencing. The Quarry 2, page 72.

 

Anon  1898  Artificial sandstone. The Quarry 3, page 281.

 

Anon  1898  The Bettws-y-Coed slate quarries and roofing slates.  The Quarry 3, 340 - 343 [Wales]

 

Anon  1898  The Bridge and Cureton Company's quarries.  The Quarry 3, 227 - 234 [NE of Shrewsbury, Shropshire]

 

Anon  1898  The Clee Hill Granite Company's quarries.  The Quarry 3, 163 - 178 [Shropshire]

 

Anon  1898  Deep artesian bored tube well in London. The Quarry 3, page 348 [Clapham Road]

 

Anon  1898  Fossils at Crowhurst. The Quarry 3, page 38 [Sussex: bone c. 30 inches long discovered between Battle and Hastings]

 

Anon  1898  Improvements in artificial stone. The Quarry 3, page 291.

 

Anon  1898  Modern technology of Portland cement. The Quarry 3, 35 - 38 [Specially translated for The Quarry from L'Industria, November 1897]

 

Anon  1898  Monster blast at Furnace quarry.  The Quarry 3, page 313 [75 ft. tunnel / chambers]

 

Anon  1898  Old Delabole slate quarry.  The Quarry 3, 133 - 144 [Cornwall]

 

Anon  1898  Owen-stone. The British Architect, 18 November 1898, page 373 [Surrey: Worplesden: Owen Stone Co. Ltd (artificial stone composed of quartzose sand and hydraulic lime cf. Sandlime bricks)][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1898  A picturesque quarry in Derbyshire.  The Quarry 3, 292 - 293 [Gritstone]

 

Anon  1898  Portland.  The Quarry 3, 79 - 82 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1898  Report of excursion to Redhill and Merstham, June 26, 1897. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club 1896 - 98, 65 - 66 [Surrey: includes diagram of section in Frenches Pit (Lower Greensand)]

 

Anon  1898  Shot-firing by electricity at the Oakeley slate quarries. The Quarry 3, page 56 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1898  Stock brick making: must it become extinct? British Clayworker 7 (December 1898), 250 - 252 [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1898  Transportation of quarry produce by aerial ropeways. The Quarry 3, 270 - 272.

 

Anon  1898  Vallis Vale limestone.  The Quarry 3, 153 - 156 [near Frome, Somerset]

 

Anon  1898  The Westleigh limestone quarries.  The Quarry 3, 67 - 69 [Between Taunton and Exeter, N Devon]

 

Anon  1899  The biology of sand filtration. Water 1(6), 193 - 195.

 

Anon  1899  Brickworks and the Quarries Act, 1894. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, 357 - 359.

 

Anon  1899  Cement Company, Newhaven. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 535 [Annual Report]

 

Anon  1899  Chalk quarries and the manufacture of whiting. The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 61 - 67.

 

Anon  1899  Drying tunnel for bricks, artificial Portland cement, and clay goods. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, 442 - 444.

 

Anon  1899  Dyes for hydrological researches. Water 1(11), 396 - 397.

 

Anon  1899  Elimination of iron from water supplies. Water 1(11), 398 - 399.

 

Anon  1899  Excursion to Redhill and Merstham. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1896, 1897, 1898, 65 - 66 [Excursion on 26 June 1897 / addressed by Rev. Henry Brass / led by George Jennings Hinde and William Whitaker / fullers earth pits visited / Frenches sandpit: brickearth overlying Folkestone Sand (section by M.C.C. [Margaret Chorley Crosfield] dated 7 October 1898 figured) / location of a find of a mammoth's tooth by 'one of Mr. R. Trower's workmen' [? Richard Trower] / Gault clay pit at Battlebridge / inspected new railway cutting ..  'from here the members rapidly melted away, few remaining to examine the tunnels by means of which the Greensand beds are worked ..'] [For a more detailed account of this excursion, see G.J. Hinde and W. Whitaker (1897) in PGA 15, 113 - 115)]

 

Anon  1899  Fatal accident at the Burham cement works. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 464 [Death of James Weller, labourer, while unloading trucks of chalk]

 

Anon  1899  Fatality in a chalk quarry. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 138 [Kent: Sittingbourne: as workmen were engaged in loading chalk into carts at a quarry near Sittingbourne, a fall occurred, and two of them were partially buried beneath the debris.  Before one of them, a lad, could be extricated, another slip took place, and he was completely buried.  When taken out it was found that he was dead. Another man was seriously injured.]

 

Anon  1899  Filtration, purification and softening of water. Water 1(1), 10 - 15; (4), 124 - 126; (7), 251 - 255; (8), 288 - 292; (9), 319 - 321.

 

Anon  1899  Generous offer of bricks. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 187 [Councillor Belcher has offered to present Kingston with all the bricks required for a new Town Hall, provided that the Corporation will decide within the next six months to erect the building and convert the present Town Hall, which he regards as a discredit to the ancient borough, into a public museum.]

 

Anon  1899  The Gimlet granite quarries, North Wales. The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, page 25 [Presumably 'granite' as a trade name, rather than in a geologically correct sense]

 

Anon  1899  Grindstones. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 506 [Grindstones / millstones]

 

Anon  1899  Important legal decision of the rating of reservoirs (in the Court of Appeal.) The Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company, appellants; the Hampton Urban District Council, respondents. Water 1(2), 21 - 26.

 

Anon  1899  Joint excursion of the Essex Archaeological Society and the Essex Field Club to the deneholes in Hangman's Wood, near Grays Thurrock. Essex Naturalist 10(22-24), 408 - 409.

 

Anon  1899  Llandrindod Wells water supply. Important inquiry. Water 1(3), 75 - 77 [Wales]

 

Anon  1899  Local Government Board inquiry at Croydon. Water 1, 147 - 148.

 

Anon  1899  Lundy island granite quarries.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 435 - 436.

 

Anon  1899  The Metropolitan water supply for November, 1898. Water 1(2), 45 - 48.

 

Anon  1899  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. I. Introduction.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 282 - 289 and 316 - 328.

 

Anon  1899  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. II. Kent.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 402 - 410  and 447 - 455.

 

Anon  1899  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. III. Surrey.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 477 - 483 and 507 - 512 + map.

 

Anon  1899 The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. Sussex.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 360 - 372.

 

Anon  1899  A monster blast in Wales. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 40 [Quarry blasting]

 

Anon  1899  The obligations of a municipal authority as to water supply. Water 1(5), 157 - 158.

 

Anon  1899  The old granite railway of Heytor [Haytor] The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, page 398 [Devon]

 

Anon  1899  Opening of cableway at Messrs. Thos. Gibb & Sons Ltd., Huntershill Quarry, near Glasgow.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 411 - 413.

 

Anon  1899  The quarries (limestone) of the Forest of Dean. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, 3 - 11 [Gloucestershire]

 

Anon  1899  The quarry. The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, 496 - 497 [Reprinted from the Bristol Times, on the attractions of old quarries which have 'gone back to nature.']

 

Anon  1899  Quarry leases.  The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 4, 414 - 417.

 

Anon  1899  The rating of waterworks. Water 1(11), page 379.

 

Anon  1899  Repairing a deep well pump. Water 1(5), 178 - 181 [East Surrey Water Company's well at Kenley: temporary shaft and two cross-adits to well made][Reprinted from The Engineer][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1899  Report of the Royal Commission on the metropolitan water supply. Water 1(2), 27 - 33.

 

Anon  1899  St. Bees Head sandstone.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 469 - 474.

 

Anon  1899  Stock brick making: must it become extinct? British Clayworker 7 ...

 

Anon  1899  Water supply from the Chalk. Builder, 76, 29.

 

Anon  1899  Water supply of Kensington. "Dead ends" of mains. Water 1(2), 34 - 35.

 

Anon  1899  Water-works. Water 191), 3 - 6 [History]

 

Anon  1899  Waterworks of Great Britain. No. 1. Torquay waterworks. Water 1(3), 71 - 74; (4), 132 - 137; (5), 170 - 177; (6), 207 - 217; (7), 235 - 242; (8), 271 - 279; (9), 322 - 326 [Devon]

 

Anon  1899  Yorkshire flagstone.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 4, 161 - 166.

 

Anon  1900  Advice regarding the working of lime-kilns.  The Quarry 5, page 259.

 

Anon  1900  The A[l]bian and Cenomanian groups of Hainaut. The millstone of Bracquequies and Bernissart. The Quarry 5, page 527 [from Comptes Rendus]

 

Anon  1900  Big landslide at Delabole. British Clayworker, June 1900, page 87 [Cornwall]

 

Anon  1900  The Birmingham brick trade.

 

Anon  1900  Brick drying III. British Clayworker, February 1900, 346 - 350.

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XXX - XXXIV. Northamptonshire. British Clayworker, January 1900, 306 - 309; and February 1900, 340 - 344 [Kettering and Wellingborough districts]; and March 1900, 381 - 383 [Brixworth, Moulton, Arthingworth and Lamport districts]; and April 1900, 3 - 5 [Northampton, Olney, and Harrold districts]; and May 1900, 43 - 45 [Northamptonshire continued - Olney, Grafton Regis; and Huntingdonshire (in pages 44 - 45)]

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XXXV. Huntingdonshire (continued.) British Clayworker, June 1900, 83 - 86 [Kimbolton, St Neot's; also Bedfordshire (pages 84 - 86)]

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XXXVI. Bedfordshire (continued) British Clayworker, July 1900, 123 - 125 [Potton]

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XXXVII. Bedfordshire (continued.) British Clayworker, August 1900, 163 - 166.

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XXXVIII. British Clayworker, September 1900, 207 - 210 [Leighton Buzzard district (Bedfordshire); Quainton district; Princes Risborough district (Buckinghamshire)]

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XXXIX. British Clayworker, October 1900, 247 - 250 [Buckinghamshire: Aylesbury / Brill]

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XL. British Clayworker, November 1900, 287 - 290 [Bicester, Middleton Stoney, and Islip]

 

Anon  1900  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLIV. Western end of the London Basin. British Clayworker, December 1900, 327 - 329.

 

Anon  1900  Brickmaking at Croydon.  British Clayworker, December 1900, 332 - 333 [Surrey: Horris Parks' brickworks at Norwood and Croydon, and the introduction of kilns in place of clamps for burning bricks][PWS]

 

Anon  1900  The brickmaking at Peterborough. British Clayworker, March 1900, 392 - 394.

 

Anon  1900  Bricks for British roads. III. Messrs. Geo. Woolliscroft & Co. Ltd., Hanley. British Clayworker, September 1900, 219 - 210.

 

Anon  1900  The British Clayworker at the Paris Exhibition. British Clayworker, August 1900, 174 - 176; and September 1900, 216 - 219 [Trade exhibition]

 

Anon  1900  Cement making at Barrow. British Clayworker, February 1900, page 355; and October 1900, pages 270 and 272 [Lancashire]

 

Anon  1900  Clay-slips: how prevented. British Clayworker, June 1900, page 97.

 

Anon  1900  Colonel Saltmarshe's new yard, Sandholme. British Clayworker, October 1900, page 252 [Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1900  The common brick trade. British Clayworker, May 1900, page 45.

 

Anon  1900  Croydon. The Quarry 5, page 624 [The Guardians invited tenders for the supply of 200 tons of unbroken Guernsey granite, to be delivered at Thornton Heath Railway Station  (L.B. & S.C. Ry), by or before 14th December next.]

 

Anon  1900  The drying of bricks made from colliery shale. The "Sutcliffe" company's installation at Cramlington. British Clayworker, February 1900, 353 - 354 [Near Newcastle upon Tyne]

 

Anon  1900  Excursion to Peterborough, Leicester, Birmingham, and Tamworth. British Clayworker, May 1900, 57 - 58 [Institute of Clayworkers]

 

Anon  1900  The flagstones of Caithness.  The Quarry 5, 73 - 76, xviii, and 77 - 79.

 

[Describes the Caithness flagstones quarrying industry.  Flags quarried from the Thurso or Northern Flagstones Group of beds, amounting to a thickness of at least 5,000 feet of the total of 16,000 feet in the Caithness Flags Formation.  The flags are a grey variant of the Old ed Sandstone.  Flags reportedly used in 83 English towns out of a total of 138 (38 towns using York flags.)  There are 10 photographic illustrations, shewing (1) Thurso; (2) Flagstone works at Thurso; (3) A cliff section near Thurso (summit of the Clett Rock); (4) White Mon quarry (with men at work); (5) and (6) North Weydle quarry (ditto); (7) South Weydle quarry (ditto); (8) Stone works of the Thurso Pavement Syndicate (on the Thurso river); (9) Dressing flags after sawing; and (10) Managing staff of the Thurso (Caithnesshire) Pavement Syndicate Ltd - identified as J.B. Goldie (Resident Manager and M.D.), W.H. Murray (London Manager), and A.H. Goldie (M.D.)  The Company was incorporated in 1898.

 

There is a table of chemical analyses made by a Dr. Hoffmann for Sir R. Murchison [? Roderick Impey Murchison] - samples of No. 16 Top Flag, No. 7 Middle Flag, Bituminous Shale, and No. 1 Bottom Flag are given, with figures for silica / silicates insoluble in hydrochloric acid, oxides of iron and aluminium. Calcium carbonate, organic matter, salts of magnesium and alkalies, and water loss at 100º C.  The Company was incorporated in 1898 'to acquire leases of and work the pavement quarries in the Ulbster estates ..  including manufacture and shipping ..  capital £ 20,000.  The Assistant Manager was a Mr. James Beveridge.  The company negotiated a lease for 21 years, with the option to renew.

 

Five quarries were worked - White Mon (fig. 4), North Weydle (figs. 5 / 6), South Weydle (fig. 7), Janets Town, and Forss Hill.  They were formerly worked by the Caithness Flagstone Co. Ltd.  The quarries were worked under a royalty agreement - with a minimum rent of 20,000 superficial yards, 15,000 of which must be sawn, the remainder being hammer-dressed.  About 200 men were employed, with 70,000 square yards produced in 1899 - a larger production is expected in future years.  A 700 yard canal had been cut for (? quarry) drainage; quarry faces were up to a mile long; more or less identical stone is worked in all the quarries.  The beds / flags are generally one inch to four inches thick, and almost horizontal.  Fifteen to twenty feet of overburden or 'tirring' is composed on 'rubbish, clay, and ten feet of (? worthless) flags.'  The beds are called 'fouls' locally.  The beds 'have natural heads and backs' and are lifted with bars.

 

Flags are roughly quarried at the quarries, then taken in carts about two and a half miles by road to the stone works to be finished.  Haulage is done by contract.  At outcrop the beds are very thin and worked for slates, for which the main market is the Orkneys.  Beds three quarters of an inch to an inch and three quarters are used for damp-proof courses, mainly in Glasgow.  The area leased is of 40,000 acres, of which about 30,000 is available for quarrying.  The stone works with an exclusive wharf were at Thurso East, on the east side of the river.  Fifty men are employed at the works, paid by piecework.  Tirring (? removal of overburden) was done by contract, and raising by day-work.  H.P. Boulnois, in a paper on Footpaths in Min. Proc. Institution Civil Engineers 85, page 351 (1885 - 86) notes the use of Caithness Flags at Birmingham, Devonport, Hove, South Shields, and Sunderland.

 

Results of strength tests by Messrs. D. Kirkaldy & Son for Mr. Tarbottom (Borough Engineer at Nottingham) are given for Caithness and York flags - the Caithness flags proving better by 3¾ to 1. Reference is made to Rivington's Notes on Building Construction, Part III, page 82, where it is stated that Caithness flags are nearly twice the strength of Arbroath stone, and three times that of Craigleith]

 

Anon  1900  Half hours underground. Volcanoes, mines, and caves.  London: James Nisbet & Co. Ltd : xii + 369 + 32pp [Largely geological][PWS][Earlier edn. 1881]

 

Anon  1900  In a Yorkshire stone mine.  Stone Trades Jl., Dec. 1900, 100 - 103 [Hipperholme, NE of Halifax - sandstone - article includes a sketch plan and photographs][PWS]

 

Anon  1900  Ipswich waterworks. Water 2, 312 - 315 and 317 [Suffolk]

 

Anon  1900  The Kilsyth whinstone quarries.  The Quarry 5, 101 - 107 [Central valley, Scotland]

 

Anon  1900  Limesand brick. Its history and present day manufacture. British Clayworker, May 1900, 46 - 49 [PWS]

 

Anon  1900  Limestones at Lilleshall. The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 5, 68 - 69 [Shropshire]

 

Anon  1900  Machine for limesand brick. British Clayworker, October 1900, page 263.

 

Anon  1900  Maidstone. The Quarry 5, page 353 [Failure of the business of J.S. Gabriel, contractor and quarry owner, of the Allington quarries ..]

 

Anon  1900  The manufacture of stoneware tiles. British Clayworker, May 1900, page 56.

 

Anon  1900  Messrs. McAlpine at Glasgow and Hebburn. British Clayworker, October 1900, page 252 [Scotland]

 

Anon  1900  Mill stone quarries of the Paris environs. The Quarry 5, page 259.

 

Anon  1900  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. VII. Huntingdonshire.  VIII. Cambridgeshire.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 5, 379 - 394 + map.

 

Anon  1900  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. V. Northamptonshire.  The Quarry 5, 44 - 51 and 86 - 95 + coloured geological map]

 

Anon  1900  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. VI. Yorkshire. The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 5, xviii, 113 - 120; 145 - 154; 155 - 157; 197 - 204; 206 - 207; 245 - 259; 309 - 322 + 2 maps.

 

Anon  1900  New brickworks at Warnham. British Clayworker, July 1900, 143 - 144 [Sussex Brick Co. Ltd]

 

Anon  1900  New works at Retford. British Clayworker, August 1900, page 190 [Nottinghamshire]

 

Anon  1900  Northamptonshire clay industry. British Clayworker, January 1900, page 326.

 

Anon  1900  Notes on marl blasting. British Clayworker, December 1900, 348 - 349.

 

Anon  1900  A novel type of lime kiln. The Quarry 5, page 462 [At Baulmes, Canton of Vaud, for burning clayey lime]

 

Anon  1900  On the continent. The Quarry 5, page 244 [Sand-lime bricks][On the continent the manufacture of bricks by mixing sand and lime, pressed into moulds, and subjecting not to heat but to the action of high-pressure steam, is assuming considerable importance, especially in Russia, Poland and Germany. According to the newer methods, bricks are now made which have a strength of over 1½ ton per square inch, and which are unaffected by the most considerable ruses in temperature. M. Gilewicz says that the necessary plant is remarkably cheap - £ 640 for plant capable of making 400,000 to 500,000 bricks per annum; and that plant of this size, which comprises a 4 horse power boiler, can be readily moved about from place to place]

 

Anon  1900  Portland cement manufacture. British Clayworker, February 1900, page 352.

 

Anon  1900  The Report of the Royal Commission on the London Water Supply. Water 2, page 66.

 

Anon  1900  The sand of brick-earths. A hint to experimenters. British Clayworker, May 1900, page 59.

 

Anon  1900  Sand: its influence in brick-making. British Clayworker, October 1900, 258 - 259.

 

Anon  1900  The separation of stones from clay. British Clayworker, January 1900, page 314; and February 1893, page 351.

 

Anon  1900  On setting and burning a clamp. British Clayworker, April 1900, 18 - 20 [Brickmaking][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1900  Re. Siney & Son, of 52 Church Road, Upper Norwood, Builders and contractors. The Quarry 5, page 622 [Report of a meeting of creditors]

 

Anon  1900  The smoke question. The Lambeth potteries and Westminster Abbey.  British Clayworker, September 1900, 210 211 [London][PWS]

 

Anon  1900  Some fire-clay fallacies. And some suggestions. British Clayworker, August 1900, 170 - 171.

 

Anon  1900  Some Yorkshire clay pits.  The Quarry 5, 515 - 519 and 521 - 524.

 

Anon  1900  Spofforth Haggs brickworks, Harrogate. British Clayworker, November 1900, page 292 [Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1900  Stourbridge fireclay works. British Clayworker, January 1900, page 326.

 

Anon  1900  The subterranean sources of drinking and mineral waters. Water 2, 195 - 201 and 394 - 396.

 

Anon  1900  A Tunbridge Wells brickmaker defrauded. British Clayworker, November 1900, page 304 [Kent]

 

Anon  1900  Upward boring for water. Proposed scheme for Reigate and Redhill.  The Quarry 5(8), 331 - 344; ALSO Water 2, 256 - 265 [Surrey: Reigate: Colley Hill: proposal to bore 15 ft x 2½ inch boreholes at 8 foot intervals through the Chalk Marl (above the mine ceiling) in a hearthstone mine, thus tapping water from the porous chalk above]

 

Anon  1900  Visit of the Institute of Mining Engineers to the Box quarries.  The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 5, 443 - 444 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1900  Water supply for brickyards. British Clayworker, July 1900, page 140.

 

Anon  1900  Water supply and tea houses. Water 2, 325 - 326 [Surrey: the Tea House at Reigate (photograph) (proprietor Mr. Smith) about a quarter of a mile northwards from the top of Reigate Hill on the Kingswood road - architect C.E. Salmon of Reigate - water supply provided from the Colley Hill system of George Taylor]

 

Anon  1900  The weathering of clay. British Clayworker, March 1900, page 384.

 

Anon  1900  What is marl? British Clayworker, May 1900, 58 - 59

 

Anon  1901  Alderney.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Tenders invited for quarrying gritstone at the Admiralty Quarries]

 

Anon  1901  The architect's knowledge of stone. The Quarry 6, 141 - 142.

 

Anon  1901  [Ardingly]  The Quarry 6, page 385 [Sussex: Sir Weetman D. Pearson summoned for failure to make a return under the Quarries Act relating to a quarry at Ardingly]

 

Anon  1901  Artificial millstones.  The Quarry 6, 302 - 303 [Emery / cement "stones"]

 

Anon  1901  Artificial sandstone.  The Quarry 6, page 107.

 

Anon  1901  Artificial stone.  The Quarry 6, 211 - 212.

 

Anon  1901  The assessment of brickyards for rating. British Clayworker, October 1901, 247 - 248.

 

Anon  1901  Barrule (Isle of Man.) The Quarry 6, page 50 [Accident at slate quarry]

 

Anon  1901  Bath.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [AGM of Bath & Corsham Freestone Quarries Ltd]

 

Anon  1901  Bath. The Quarry 6, page 373 [Somerset / Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1901  Bath and Portland.  The Quarry 6, 242 - 243; 373; 373 - 374.

 

Anon  1901  Bath.- A dangerous quarry.  The Quarry 6, page 429 [Odd Down [opencast] quarry not properly fenced]

 

Anon  1901  Bath stone firms.  The Quarry 6, p. 321.

 

Anon  1901  Bethesda.  The Quarry 6, pages 50, 258, 324 and 462 [Wales: Pantdreiniog quarry at Bethesda opened on cooperative principles by W.J. Parry of Coatmor Hall]

 

Anon  1901  The Bettws-y-Coed slate quarry. The Quarry 6, page 33 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1901  Blairgowrie. - The dispute as to the rent of a quarry.  The Quarry 6, page 373 [? Perthshire: whinstone]

 

Anon  1901  A Bognor brick contract dispute. British Clayworker, January 1901, page 399 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1901  Bradford.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Enquiry re. death of Ezra Wright (47), quarry labourer of Denholme, following an accident at Messrs Farrer's quarries at Thornton]

 

Anon  1901  Brickburning at Horsham. British Clayworker, September 1901, page 230 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1901  Brick and tile making in Ireland. British Clayworker, September 1901, 221 - 222; and October 1901, 256 - 258,

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLII, Western end of the London Basin (continued.) British Clayworker, January 1901, 375 - 378 [Berkshire / Wiltshire: Hungerford / Marlborough]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLIII. British Clayworker, February 1901, 423 - 425 [Berkshire: Kingsclere / Newbury]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain.- XLIV. Reading district. British Clayworker, March 1901, 467 - 469 [Berkshire]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain.- XLV. Twyford district.  British Clayworker, April 1901, 4 - 6 [Twyford and Wargrave]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LII. Guildford district.  British Clayworker, December 1901, 316 - 318 [Surrey: also Dorking / Reigate / Merstham][PWS]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LIII. Guildford district. British Clayworker, December 1901, 316 - 318 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLIV. Reading district. British Clayworker, March 1901, 467 - 469 [Berkshire: other yards are at Coley Hill]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLV. The Twyford district. British Clayworker, April 1901, page 4.[Berkshire]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLVI. British Clayworker, May 1901, 44 - 46 [Berkshire / Buckinghamshire: Beaconsfield / Windsor]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLVII. British Clayworker, June 1901, 92 - 93 [Buckinghamshire: Amersham district]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLVIII. Rickmansworth district. British Clayworker, July 1901, 136 - 138 [Hertfordshire]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XLIX. Amersham district / South Mimms district. British Clayworker, August 1901, 172 - 174 [Buckinghamshire]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - L. Parts of Middlesex [&c] British Clayworker, September 1901, 208 - 211 [Includes Surrey: Esher / Weybridge districts]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LI. British Clayworker, October 1901, 244 - 247 [Surrey: Bagshot and Wokingham districts]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LII. British Clayworker, November 1901, 280 - 282 [Hampshire / Surrey: Aldersholt / Crondall]

 

Anon  1901  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LIII. Guildford district. British Clayworker, December 1901, 316 - 318 [Surrey: includes Dorking, Reigate, Redhill and Merstham]

 

Anon  1901  Brickmakers, the law, and expert evidence. Comparisons and deductions. British Clayworker, November 1901, 283 - 284.

 

Anon  1901  Brickmaking. British Clayworker, October 1901, 248 - 253.

 

Anon  1901  Brickmaking. The Quarry 6, 712 - 713.

 

Anon  1901  Brickmaking nuisance at Earlswood (Surrey.)  British Clayworker, September 1901, page 232 [PWS]

 

Anon  1901  The building stones of London. The Quarry 6, 145 - 166

 

Anon  1901  Burntisland.  The Quarry 6, page 431 [Scotland / Fife: refuse dumped in openwork]

 

Anon  1901  The cement trade - past and present,  The Quarry 6, 168 - 175.

 

Anon  1901  A century of brickmaking.  British Clayworker 9 (January 1901), 379 - 382 [Use of chalk mixed with the brick-clay]

 

Anon  1901  Chipping Sodbury. The Quarry 6, 382 and 385.

 

Anon  1901  Clay and lime bricks.  The Quarry 6, page 102.

 

Anon  1901  Is clay a mineral? British Clayworker, August 1901, page 182.

 

Anon  1901  Clayworkers at Cromer. A new kiln. British Clayworker, November 1901, 293 - 296 [Norfolk]

 

Anon  1901  Clayworkers in Scotland. British Clayworker, June 1901, 110 - 114.

 

Anon  1901  Clifton.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Accident at Black Rocks quarry, Clifton]

 

Anon  1901  The Companies Acts, 1862 to 1900.  The Quarry 6, page 74.

 

Anon  1901  Crediton.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Note re. dangerous state of North Creedy Wood quarry]

 

Anon  1901  Creigiau Limestone quarry (near Pentyrch.)  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Welsh Brick, Slate, and Lime Company (limited) invite tenders for working the quarry and kilns]

 

Anon  1901  Dangerous quarries in North Wales. The Quarry 6, page 350.

 

Anon  1901  Dartford.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Kent: enquiry re, death by drowning off the Company's wharf at Greenhithe of A.W. Fawkes, M.D. of the New Globe Chalk and Whiting Company]

 

Anon  1901  Derbyshire chert mining industry.  The Quarry 6, 24 - 31 [Holme Bank chert mines]

 

Anon  1901  Developing the Westmorland slate trade.  The Quarry 6, page 373.

 

Anon  1901  The divining or dousing rod.  Water 3, 133 - 134.

 

Anon  1901  The drainage of brickyards. British Clayworker, March 1901, 476 - 477.

 

Anon  1901  Dumfries. The Quarry 6, p. 308 [Scottish Freestone Quarries Ltd's works at Closeburn][PWS]

 

Anon  1901  Elgin.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Scotland: discovery of body at Morriston quarry]

 

Anon  1901  Exports of flints from Dieppe. The Quarry 6, page 281.

 

Anon  1901  Failure of a china clay manufacturer. British Clayworker, July 1901, page 156.

 

Anon  1901  Felling Urban District Council.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Invite tenders for supply of iron slag and whinstone, and for stone cartage]

 

Anon  1901  Fife County Council.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Report of road metal taken from Foodie and Kinnear quarries]

 

Anon  1901  Frindsbury.  The Quarry 6, p. 327.

 

Anon  1901  From our special correspondent. Bath.  The Quarry 6, pages 581, 654, and 729 [PWS]

 

Anon  1901  Giffnock quarries. A run through the works. The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 6, 532 - 533.

 

Anon  1901  Gosforth Urban District Council.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Pumping engine at disused Coxlodge quarry to be at work 'in a few days' and the quarry then available for tipping ash]

 

Anon  1901  Hamilton. The Quarry & Builders' Merchant 6 p. 261.

 

Anon  1901  Hathersage.  The Quarry 6, page 50 [Derbyshire: accident to Mr. Child's Wharncliffe quarry]

 

Anon  1901  Heavy traffic motor  vehicles. Award of medals. The Quarry 6, page 593 [Liverpool Self-propelled Traffic Association ..]

 

Anon  1901  Hove. The Quarry 6, page 739 [Sussex: new parish church ..  designs of the late Mr. Pearson ..  of Sussex sandstone, with stone from the quarries of Sir Weetman Pearson, M.P.]

 

Anon  1901  How to increase an unsatisfactory flow of water in artesian wells. Water 3, 80 - 83.

 

Anon  1901  Improvement of high-roads. The Quarry 6, 508 - 509 [Roads Improvement Association (incorporated in 1898)]

 

Anon  1901  The increase in quarry accidents. The Quarry 6, 415 - 416,

 

Anon  1901  Intimidation at Glenboig. British Clayworker, September 1901, page 232 [Scotland: fireclay]

 

Anon  1901  The law. Horsham brick case. British Clayworker, December 1901, page 336.

 

Anon  1901  The law. The smoke nuisance at New Malden. British Clayworker, November 1901, 300 - 301 [Surrey][PWS]

 

Anon  1901  The L.C.C. and brickmaking.  British Clayworker, August 1901, page 181 [London: Croydon: Norbury][PWS]

 

Anon  1901  The L.C.C. and its brickmaking contract. British Clayworker, July 1901, page 143 [London]

 

Anon  1901  The legal distinction between a mine and a quarry.  The Quarry 6, 358 - 359.

 

Anon  1901  Lime-sand brick machinery. British Clayworker, December 1901, page 332.

 

Anon  1901  Limesand brick. British Clayworker, January 1901, page 392.

 

Anon  1901  London's yearly brick bill. 1,300,000,000. The Fletton brick industry. British Clayworker, January 1901, page 399.

 

Anon  1901  Maidstone. The Quarry 6, page 261 [Local Authority's purchase of quartzite for roads]

 

Anon  1901  The manufacture of artificial stone from sand and lime.  The Quarry 6, 95 - 97.

 

Anon  1901  The manufacture of lime-sand brick. British Clayworker, October 1901, 258 - 260 [PWS]

 

Anon  1901  The manufacture of clay pipes. British Clayworker, June 1901, page 120.

 

Anon  1901  The Midlands.  The Quarry 6, 374 - ??? [Walsall: basalt / Shropshire: roadstone / Sheffield: building-stones]

 

Anon  1901  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. XII. - Leicestershire and Rutland.  The Quarry 6, 351 - 357; 419 - 423 + map; and 487 - 494.

 

Anon  1901  The mineral industry of the United Kingdom. XI. - Wigtown and Kirkcudbright. The Quarry 6, 215 - 220 + cold. geological map; and 283 - 288 [Scotland: galena, haematite, nickel, copper pyrites, arsenical pyrites, granite, sandstone, honestones, roadstones, clays, limestones, slates, barytes][PWS]

 

Anon  1901  Mines and Quarries Inspectors for Wales. The Quarry 6, 483 - 484.

 

Anon  1901  The Minllyn slate quarries. The Quarry 6, page 175 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1901  Municipal bricks.  The Quarry 6, page 554 [London County Council at Norbury (Croydon)]

 

Anon  1901  New brickworks in progress. The Southwater Brick Co., Sussex. British Clayworker, November 1901, 288 - 289.

 

Anon  1901  New brickworks in progress. The Sturbridge Brick. Co., Cambridge. British Clayworker, December 1901, 324 - 326.

 

Anon  1901  Notes on marl blasting II. British Clayworker, January 1901, 398 - 399.

 

Anon  1901  The old methods and the new.  The Quarry 6, p. 357 [Dimension stone]

 

Anon  1901  Parish stone pits.  The Quarry 6, p. 758.

 

Anon  1901  Pennant stone.  Messrs. Mackay and Davies' quarries.  The Quarry 6, 78 - 86 [Quarries at Craig-yr-Hesg, Pontypridd]

 

Anon  1901  The Penrhyn difficulty. The Quarry 6, 370 - 372 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1901  The petrography of building-stone. Its importance and practical application.  The Quarry 6, 98 - 101.

 

Anon  1901  Portland.  The Quarry 6, 373 - 374 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1901  [Portland]  The Quarry 6, page 385 [Dorset: John Barnes summoned under the Quarries Act for failure to submit a return]

 

Anon  1901  Purbeck stone.  The Quarry 6, p. 282 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1901  Queries and replies: Kaolin. British Clayworker, August 1901, page 183.

 

Anon  1901  Resumption of work at Penrhyn. The Quarry 6, page 416 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1901  Richmond water supply.  Water 3, 118 - 119.

 

Anon  1901  River mud bricks. British Clayworker, June 1901, page 96 [Essex]

 

Anon  1901  Rochester.  The Quarry 6, p. 262 [Kent]

 

Anon  1901  Rochester Cement Workers' Union. The Quarry 6, page 466 [Kent]

 

Anon  1901  The rotatory process of cement manufacture.  The Quarry 6, page 236.

 

Anon  1901  Signs of progress in slate quarrying. The Quarry 6, page 235 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1901  Sittingbourne.  The Quarry 6, page 739 [Kent: poor outlook for the stock brick trade]

 

Anon  1901  Slate news. The Quarry 6, 230 - 232 [Killaloe slate; Old Delebole Slate Co.; Era Welsh Slate Quarries; slate quarrying in the north-west of England; testing slate; beauty of slated roofs ..]

 

Anon  1901  Slate news.  The Quarry 6, 297 - 298.

 

Anon  1901  The smoke nuisance at Epsom. British Clayworker, November 1901, page 301 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1901  The smoke nuisance at New Malden. British Clayworker, November 1901, 300 - 301 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1901  Some notes on terra-cotta manufacture. British Clayworker, September 1901, page 216.

 

Anon  1901  Standard bricks.  The Quarry 6, 347 - 348.

 

Anon  1901  The state of the main roads. The Quarry 6, page 555.

 

Anon  1901  Strood - Messrs. Martin Earl and Co.'s cement works, Cuxton Road, Strood ..  The Quarry 6, page 53 [Kent: John Pack, bricklayer's labourer, was struck on the head by a falling brick during the building of a chimney - died the next morning ..]

 

Anon  1901  Surrey: Epsom district. British Clayworker, January 1901, page 386.

 

Anon  1901  A toad in flint.  The Quarry 6, 553 - 554 [Sussex: Lewes: specimen exhibited at the Linnean Society - the toad is supposed to have crept in through a small hole, grown, and been unable to escape]

 

Anon  1901  The use of plaster of Paris. British Clayworker, December 1901, 333 - 334.

 

Anon  1901  The use of soapstone. British Clayworker, June 1901, page 114 [Steatite]

 

Anon  1901  The use of stone for bridges. The Quarry 6, page 238.

 

Anon  1901  Value of pure quartz silica. British Clayworker, September 1901, page 220.

 

Anon  1901  Visit to England of members of the German Union of the Clay, Cement, and Lime Industries … British Clayworker, May 1901, 59 - 64 [Visited Smeed, Dean & Co, Ltd (Sittingbourne, Kent), Peterborough, Cambridge, and Birmingham]

 

Anon  1901  Wareham water works. Water 3, 11 - 13 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1901  Water diviner at Harborne: strange search and a find. Water 3, 253 - 254.

 

Anon  1901  Water divining. Water 3, 150 - 153 and 197 - 200.

 

Anon  1901  The water supply of old London..  Water 3, page 443 [Discovery of wooden pipes]

 

Anon  1901  Wealden sandstone. Mr. R. Gunter's quarry at Selsfield Common, near East Grinstead. The Quarry 6, 289 - 294 [Sandstone in Sussex]

 

Anon  1901  What is Blue Lias lime? British Clayworker, February 1901, page 447.

 

Anon  1901  What is a quarry? The Quarry 6, page 348.

 

Anon  1901  Whitby jet industry reviving.  The Quarry 6, p. 418 [Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1901  Wind engines for quarry use. The Quarry 6, 641 - 643.

 

Anon  1901  Whitworth.  The Quarry 6, p. 398 [Lancashire]

 

???? - British Clayworker, June 1902,

 

Anon  1902  Accident at Penrhyn quarry.  The Quarry 7, 398 - 399 [Wales: Carnarvonshire: slate][PWS]

 

Anon  1902  An ancient flint mine.  The Quarry 7, p. 747 [Buckinghamshire: High Wycombe: flint mine discovered during railway construction]

 

Anon  1902  The Architectural Association. Summer visit to the Portland stone quarries. The Quarry 7, 713 - 714 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1902  Artesian wells in London. Water 4, page 424.

 

Anon  1902  Bath. The Quarry 7, pages 333 and 655.

 

Anon  1902  Bedding stones.  The Quarry 7, p. 685.

 

Anon  1902  Bethesda. The Quarry 7, page 196, 266, 401, 430, and 602 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Bettws-y-Coed. The Quarry 7, pages 536 and 538 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Blaneau Festiniog. The Quarry 7, page 446 [North Wales: slate: Lord Newborough formally opened the electricity supply generated locally using water power, for the town and slate quarries]

 

Anon  1902  Blasting accident at Pwllypant quarry.  The Quarry 7, page 653 [Wales: Llanbradach]

 

Anon  1902  Bonawe.  The Quarry 7, p. 196 [Great blast]

 

Anon  1902  Bradwell quarry fatality.  The Quarry 7, 654 - 655 [Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1902  Brick versus stone.  The Quarry 7, p. 336.

 

Anon  1902  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LIV. Epsom district / Croydon district.  British Clayworker, January 1902, 352 - 354 [Surrey: includes Croydon, Epsom and Ewell]

 

Anon  1902  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LV - LVII. The Isle of Wight. British Clayworker, February 1902, 386 - 388; and March 1902, 420 - 422; and April 1902, 4 - 6.

 

Anon  1902  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LVIII. British Clayworker, May 1902, 40 - 42 [Sussex: Arundel, Chichester, and Newhaven districts]

 

Anon  1902  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - LIX. British Clayworker, June 1902, 74 - 75 [Sussex: Chichester / Portsmouth]

 

Anon  1902  Brickmaking in 1901. British Clayworker, January 1902, 355 - 361.

 

Anon  1902  The Carboniferous limestone of West Lothian.  The Quarry 7, 112 - 113 [PWS]

 

Anon  1902  Carnarvon: quarry compensation case. The Quarry 7, page 430 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Castleton.  The Quarry 7, p. 233 [Narrow escape from rock falls in Blue John mine, Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1902  Chalk quarrying in France. The Quarry 7, page 422 [Phosphatic chalk &c]

 

Anon  1902  The clay industry. The Quarry 7, 704 - 705 and 760 - 762.

 

Anon  1902  The crisis in the brick trade. Brickmakers playing at suicide. British Clayworker, April 1902, 7 - 8.

 

Anon  1902  Dinorwic. The Quarry 7, pages 470 and 794 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  The divining rod. Water 4, page 98.

 

Anon  1902  Dolgelley. The Quarry 7, page 430 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Dynamite explosion at the Bwlchgwyn quarries. The Quarry 7, 264 - 265 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Evans v. The Penwyllt Dinas Silica Brick Co. The Quarry 7, 57 - 58.

 

Anon  1902  Excavating machinery for quarry use.  The Quarry 7, 83 - 88.

 

Anon  1902  Exploration of blue John mine.  The Quarry 7, 388 and 390 [Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1902  Explosion at Craigie quarry.  The Quarry 7, page 398 [Scotland: near Dundee][PWS]

 

Anon  1902  Fatal accident near Charlbury.  The Quarry 7, 330 - 332.

 

Anon  1902  The fatal accident at a Whitworth quarry.  The Quarry 7, 653 - 654 [Lancashire]

 

Anon  1902  Fife.  The Quarry 7, pp. 402 and 472.

 

Anon  1902  Fire at Leatherhead. British Clayworker, June 1902, page 106 [Surrey: Mr. Sedgwick's brickworks in Barnetwood Lane]

 

Anon  1902  Firebricks for lime and cement kilns. British Clayworker, May 1902, page 50.

 

Anon  1902  Fletton reds. A new departure.  British Clayworker, August 1902, page 160 [New Peterborough Brick Co.]

 

Anon  1902  French manufacture of sand bricks. The Quarry 7, page 580 [France]

 

Anon  1902  From our special correspondent. Bath.  The Quarry 7, 382 - 383 [Many short notes on the Bath stone quarries appear in earlier and later issues of this journal]

 

Anon  1902  Fuller's earth. The Quarry 7, page 287 [American sources]

 

Anon  1902  Gannister miners' disease.  The Quarry 7, 701 - 703.

 

Anon  1902  Gold in Wales. The Quarry 7, page 747.

 

Anon  1902  Inquests on quarry accidents. Fatality at Corsham. The Quarry 7, 466 - 467 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1902  Labour troubles and the quarrying industry.  The Quarry 7, 79 - 80.

 

Anon  1902  Legal.  Quarries and Mines Regulation Acts.- Important Government prosecution.  The Quarry 7, 398 - 399.

 

Anon  1902  Legal.  Important quarry case in the House of Lords.  The Quarry 7, pp. 54 and 57.

 

Anon  1902  Legal.  Quarryman's compensation case.  The Quarry 7, pp. 190 and 193 - 194.

 

Anon  1902  Light railways. The Quarry 7, 619 - 620.

 

Anon  1902  Llanberis. The Quarry 7, page 200 [North Wales: man drowned in lake]

 

Anon  1902  London County Council v. London waterworks companies. Water 4, 89 - 90.

 

Anon  1902  The marble quarries of Iona.  The Quarry 7, p. 243.

 

Anon  1902  Mendip "granite."  The Quarry 7, 288 - 292 [Somerset: limestone]

 

Anon  1902  Mines and quarries. General report and statistics for 1901. Accidents in quarries.  The Quarry 7, p. 163, and 635 - 637.

 

Anon  1902  Mines and quarries. General report and statistics for 1901. The Quarry 7, 756 - 759 and 763 - 765 [Includes statistics for mined slate]

 

Anon  1902  Municipal brickmaking at Brighton.  British Clayworker, August 1902, page 160 [Sussex: proposal to use waste clinker and ashes from refuse destructor for brickmaking and similar purposes]

 

Anon  1902  Nantlle. The Quarry 7, pages 402 and 404 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  New brickmaking process.  The Quarry 7, 747 - 748 [Kent: machine-made stock bricks at Teynham]

 

Anon  1902  New brickworks in progress. The Bispham Hall Brick, Tiles & terra Cotta works. The Bretby Colliery Brickworks. British Clayworker, April 1902, 11 - 14 [Lancashire / Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1902  New brickworks in progress. Dudley Port. British Clayworker, May 1902, page 46.

 

Anon  1902  Northwich.  The Quarry 7, p. 732 [Cheshire; salt]

 

Anon  1902  The ochre beds of the Bristol district. The Quarry 7, 152 - 157 [Somerset: pits sunk, connected by tunnels ..  includes ill. Of a mine gallery at Wick, near Bristol]

 

Anon  1902  The oilshale fields of the Lothians. The Quarry 7, 41 - 42.

 

Anon  1902  Output of minerals from mines in 1901.  The Quarry 7, page 232 [Including (from underground workings) limestone 27,715 tons; oil shale 2,354,356 tons; sandstone 91,254 tons; chalk 4,564 tons; chert and flint 2,976 tons; clay and shale 104,907 tons; gypsum 151,199 tons; limestone 512,158 tons; sand 11,863 tons; sandstone 230,604 tons; etc]

 

Anon  1902  The Penrhyn quarry. The Quarry 7, page 216 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Penrhyn quarry assessment. The Quarry 7, 304 - 305 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  The Penrhyn quarry dispute. The Quarry 7, 681 - 682 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  The Penrhyn quarry dispute in Parliament. The Quarry 7, 591 - 594 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Penygroes. The Quarry 7, pages 200, 334 and 336 [Includes notice of the death of Rowland Jones as a result of slipping and falling]

 

Anon  1902  Pumping arrangements at the Penrhyn quarries.  The Quarry 7, 686 - 692 [Includes photograph of tunnel entrance at bottom of deep level working on page 688]

 

Anon  1902  Quartz shale for lime and cement kilns .. British Clayworker, February 1902, page 390.

 

Anon  1902  The rating of a Surrey brickyard. British Clayworker, June 1902, page 105 [Hammer, in Linchmere parish]

 

Anon  1902  Refractory goods from vitrified quartz. British Clayworker, February 1902, 401 - 402.

 

Anon  1902  The right to quarry on common lands. The Quarry 7, page 487.

 

Anon  1902  The S.E. & C.D. Railway and the Kent and Essex Brickmasters' Association. British Clayworker, June 1902, page 80 [South Eastern and Chatham Railway]

 

Anon  1902  Sittingbourne. The Quarry 7, page 668 [Kent: court case concerning Smeed, Dean & Co., brick makers]

 

Anon  1902  Slate news. The Quarry 7, 513 - 514, 645 - 648, 706 - 708, 765 - 768 [North Wales: slate: electrical power for Carnarvonshire slate and stone quarries / the Penrhyn dispute]

 

Anon  1902  Slate news. The Quarry 7, 38 - 39 [North Wales: slate: scarcity of slates / the Dinorwic quarries / the Carnarvonshire slate trade / the National Association of Slate merchants and Slaters]

 

Anon  1902  Slate news. The Quarry 7, 433 - 437 [North Wales: slate: guards applicable to slate dressing machines / electric power at Festiniog / Oakeley quarry / slate quarrymen's compensation cases / association of slate merchants / Mr. Asheton Smith and the Dinorwic quarrymen / the Penrhyn quarries]

 

Anon  1902  Slate news. The Penrhyn quarry. The Prince of Wales at Dinorwic quarry. The slate quarries of the Ardennes. The Quarry 7, 372 - 374 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  Slate news. The situation at Bethesda. The Bethesda Police District. The Quarry 7, 302 - 304 and 305 [North Wales: slate]

 

Anon  1902  The stone quarries of Breconshire.  The Quarry 7, 110 - 111.

 

Anon  1902  Transport in clayworking I. British Clayworker, May 1902, 47 - 50.

 

Anon  1902  Visit to Kemnay quarries.  The Quarry 7 ...  [Aberdeen]

 

Anon  1902  A visit to Tunbridge Wells waterworks. Water 4, page 292 [Kent]

 

Anon  1902  Water supply of London about the beginning of the nineteenth century. The Water 4, 75 - 76.

 

Anon  1902  Whitworth. The Quarry 7, page 404 [Lancashire: underground quarry for sandstone building stone]

 

Anon  1902  The widening of London Bridge. The Quarry 7, page 218 [Devon: Dartmoor granite to be used]

 

Anon  1903  Analyses and particulars of British stone. The Quarry 8, 667 and 731 - 734 [Sandstones]

 

Anon  1903  Blasting fatality at Ninfield.  The Quarry 8, 301 - 302 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1903  The law. Brickmaking and house refuse. An unsuccessful prosecution at Worthing. The use of "breeze."  British Clayworker, January 1903, 351 - 352 [Sussex: concerns a dispute over the use of household as fuel and in the composition of bricks burned in clamps and kilns]

 

Anon  1903  The L.C.C.'s brickmaking experiment. Committee's report. British Clayworker, May 1903, 59 - 60 [Surrey: Croydon: Norbury]

 

Anon  1903  A ropeway in Surrey.  British Clayworker, November 1903, page 294 [Betchworth: chalk pits / limeworks]

 

Anon  1903  Waste of public money. The London County Council as brickmaker. British Clayworker, May 1903, 47 - 48 [Surrey: Croydon: Norbury estate]

 

Anon  1904  Bath stone [Lecture delivered before the British Archaeological Assoc. by Mr. T.S. Cotterell ...  Bath, August 1904] The Quarry 9, 671 - 675.

 

Anon  1904  Clamp-burning "nuisance" in Surrey.  British Clayworker, February 1904, page 413 [Earlswood: brickworks]

 

Anon  1904  Sinking by the Kind-Chaudron process at Dover colliery. Engineer 98, 175 - ??? [Kent]

 

????  ????  British Clayworker, December 1905,

 

Anon  1904  relationship of woods to domestic water supplies. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries Leaflet 99: 3pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1905  The advantages of applied chemistry in clayworking. British Clayworker, July 1905, page 122.

 

Anon  1905  Blue bricks at Croydon again. The British Clayworker 14, August 1905, page 140 [Paving bricks]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain - XC. The diatomite or kieselguhr of Scotland and Ireland. British Clayworker, January 1905, 310 - 312.

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCI. Yorkshire (introduction.) British Clayworker, February 1905, 350 - 351.

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCII. Leeds district. British Clayworker, March 1905, 382 - 383 [Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCIV. Yorkshire Coal Measures clays. British Clayworker, April 1905, 4 - 5.

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCV. British Clayworker, April 1905, 36 - 37 [Durham and Northumberland]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCVI. Coal fields of Northumberland and Durham (continued.) / Weymouth and Portland district. British Clayworker, June 1905, 72, and 72 - 73 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain.- XCVII. Weymouth district (continued.) British Clayworker, July 1905, 106 - 107 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCVIII. Lyme Regis district. British Clayworker, August 1905, 142 - 143 [Dorset]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - XCIX. British Clayworker, September 1905, 174 - 175.

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - C. British Clayworker, October 1905, 206 - 207 [Dorset (continued)]

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - CI. Somerset. British Clayworker, November 1905, 238 - 239.

 

Anon  1905  The brick-earths of Great Britain. - CII. Somerset (continued.) British Clayworker, December 1905, 270 - 271.

 

Anon  1905  Brickmaking revived at Pembury. British Clayworker, October 1905, 216 - 217 [Kent (3m SE of Tonbridge)]

 

Anon  1905  The brick slump. British Clayworker, August 1905, page 144.

 

Anon  1905  China clay from Antrim. British Clayworker, April 1905, page 22 [Northern Ireland]

 

Anon  1905  The Chislehurst (Kent) caves. Essex Naturalist 14(2), 75 - 77 [including plan][chalk mines]

 

Anon  1902  The deneholes of Essex. Essex Naturalist 14(2), 74 - 75 [See also The Times, 30 September 1905]

 

Anon  1905  Fireclays I. British Clayworker, March 1905, 395 - 396.

 

Anon  1905  Fire-clay versus Dinas bricks for retort furnaces. British Clayworker, July 1905, 119 - 120.

 

Anon  1905  Fluorspar. British Clayworker, March 1905, page 392.

 

Anon  1905  The future of our canals. What is the next step? British Clayworker, October 1905, 220 - 223.

 

Anon  1905  The law. Definition of "Accrington brick." British Clayworker, March 1905, 401 - 403.

 

Anon  1905  Lime-sand brickmaking. Visit to a Croydon works.  British Clayworker, September 1905, 180 - 181 [Surrey: Beddington: Jesse Clack's works]

 

Anon  1905  Lime-sand brickmaking. Visit to a Croydon works.  British Clayworker, September 1905, 180 - 181 [Surrey: Beddington: Jesse Clack's works]

 

Anon  1905  New brickworks at Cinderford. British Clayworker, June 1905, 93 - 95 [Gloucestershire: Forest of Dean]

 

Anon  1905  Proposed new factory regulations for brickworks. Drastic alterations involved. Factory and Workshop Act, 1901. British Clayworker, July 1905, 108 - 110.

 

Anon  1905  Proposed new factory regulations for brickworks. Opinions of the trade. British Clayworker, August 1905, 148 - 154 [Surrey: Croydon: opinions of Horris Parks of South Norwood reported in pages 153 - 154]

 

Anon  1905  Quarrying chalk for brick and cement making. British Clayworker, June 1905, page 83.

 

Anon  1905  The rating of brickyards. Successful Fletton appeal. British Clayworker, November 1905, 258 - 260.

 

Anon  1905  The rating of clayworking properties. British Clayworker, April 1905, 17 - 19.

 

Anon  1905  Science as an aid to clay-working. British Clayworker, April 1905, 7 - 8.

 

Anon  1905  Science and art in relation to clay working. British Clayworker, March 1905, 384 - 385.

 

Anon  1905  Small brickworks. British Clayworker, April 1905, 20 - 21.

 

Anon  1905  Some brickmakers' difficulties. British Clayworker, February 1905, 352 - 353.

 

Anon  1905  Some common minerals used in pottery and porcelain making I. British Clayworker, December 1905, page 274.

 

Anon  1905  The "Staffordshire" kiln. British Clayworker, December 1905, 284 - 286.

 

Anon 1905  The stock and Fletton trade. British Clayworker, November 1905, page 240.

 

Anon  1905  Strike at Croydon. British Clayworker, July 1905, page 134 [Surrey: Messrs. Collis' brickyard]

 

Anon  1905  Trade in 1904. British Clayworker, January 1905,

313 - 318.

 

Anon  1905  A treatise on fire-clays. British Clayworker, January 1905, page 330.

 

Anon  1905  Up-to-date clayworking. British Clayworker, February 1905, page 354; and March 1905, 393 - 394

 

Anon  1905  The utilisation of canals V - VII British Clayworker, January 1905, 328 - 329; March 1905, page 400; April 1905, 19 - 20

 

Anon  1905  Who's who in the Clayworkers' Institute. XXXIII. - Mr. Alfred Bishop. The British Clayworker, June 1905, page 77 [Surrey: Brockham]

 

Anon  1906  The brick-earths of Great Britain - CIII. Somerset (continued.)  British Clayworker, January 1906, 302 - 303.

 

Anon  1906  Municipal brickmaking. London County Council's experiment at Norbury. The British Clayworker 14, January 1906, page 301 and 321 [LCC operations at Norbury]

 

Anon  1906  Municipal brickmaking. London County Council's experiment at Norbury. The British Clayworker, January 1906, page 321.

 

Anon  1906  The Norbiton potteries and brickworks. British Clayworker (January 1906), 14, 316 - 317 [William A. Johnson of Leeds] [Surrey]

 

Anon  1907  The uses of lime. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries Leaflet 170: 6pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1907  The white chalk as an architectural stone. Chalk freestone in Messrs. Pepper and Son's quarry, Amberley, Sussex.  The Quarry 12, 175 - 179 [Sussex: includes a photographs of 'The lower workings' alongside a kiln; refers to Beer and Totternhoe stone (both worked underground); Pepper's quarry reported to be about 80 feet deep of which 60 feet were in smooth white chalk passing down into greyer chalk, the lower 10 or 12 feet being in courses divided by marly bands; 'in the floor of the quarry is a narrow working showing about 20 feet more of grey chalk and grey marl in alternating courses - 'these measurements were made by Mr. Hill, and published in the Survey Memoir'; buildings in which Amberley chalk had been used are noted - a new Catholic church at Norwich, St. Saviour's church at Southwark, restoration at Chichester Cathedral, 'recent work' at Arundel Castle (about 460 tons) [the details of the quarry cited are from A.J. Jukes-Browne and W. Hill (1903) The Cretaceous rocks of Britain II, page 66]] [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1908  The Dover visit ..  Thursday, 21st May, 1908. Trans. Surveyors' Institution 40, 441 - 442 [Kent]

 

Anon  1908  The Grey Wethers Preservation Fund.  Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 35, 497 - 501 [Sarsen stones . greywethers]

 

Anon  1908  Lyme Regis landslip. Knowledge & Illustrated Scientific News 5(7), page 154.

 

Anon  1908  The Storeton quarries and fossil footprints.  The Quarry 13, 57 - 59 [Cheshire: sandstone]

 

Anon  1909  The recent excavation of a shaft at Beddington brickworks.  Proc. CNHSS 7(1), xix - xx [Surrey: chalk-lined shaft 3 ft. 9 ins. dia. Through Thanet Sand at Jesse Clack's works ..  base of Thanet Sand found at 48 ft., below which the shaft was wider (4 ft. 6 ins.)..  terminated in a chamber at 62 feet down)

 

Anon  1910  Excursion to Betchworth and Headley. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1906 - 09, 21 - 22 [Surrey: excursion on 22 July 1908: 'The well-known quarry near Hill Farm was visited, but the section is not now very clear, as excavations for hearthstone are now being carried on by a shaft and tunnelling']

 

Anon  1910  Excursion to Colley Hill. Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club for 1906 - 09, page 69 [Surrey: Reigate: an 'unusual deposit of calcite in the newly opened chalk pit at Colley Hill was examined']

 

Anon  1910  Visit to the caves in the Chalk at Chislehurst, Kent.  Saturday, February 15th, 1908.  Essex Naturalist 15(7/8), 260 - 266 [Chalk mines]

 

Anon  1911  Inquests on quarry accidents.  The fatality at the Burlington slate works.  The Quarry 16, page 181 [Openwork in the Kirkby, Beanthwaite and Wallend area]

 

Anon  1912  Flint pebble industry.  The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 17, 242 - 243 [France: Normandy][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1906  Recent excavation of a shaft at Beddington brickworks.  Proc. CNHSS 7(1), xix - xx.

 

Anon  1912  Report of excursion, Saturday, June 1st [1912] ..  Chislehurst. The Selborne Magazine 23(271), 135 - 136 [Kent: the 'caves' were visited ..  T.V. Holmes was present ..  but no useful information]

 

Anon  1913  Kent coal. Mining Magazine 8(3), 223 - 224 [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1913  Mushrooms in quarries.  The Quarry 18, p. 264.

 

Anon  1913  Quarry not a mine. The Quarry 18, p. 8.

 

Anon  1913  White Down brickyard, Abinger, and New Place brickyard, Holmbury. Catalogue of the whole of the stock-in-trade ..  [To be sold by] White and Sons: 18pp [Surrey: the sale date was 26 and 27 November 1913.  Bricks, pipes, tiles &c of various kinds and quantities are listed, with pencilled annotations; this appears to have been the Auctioneer's copy][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1914  The cultivation of mushrooms.  Board of Agriculture and Fisheries Leaflet 276: 4pp [Includes reference to the use of old mines and tunnels for mushroom culture]

 

Anon  1914  Notes on sources of temporary water supply in the south of England and neighbouring parts of the continent. London: Geological Survey and Museum: 13pp [A World War I elementary handbook on water supplies from superficial sands and gravels, and underlying chalk and limestone, and pollution risks, written 'primarily for the use of the Royal Army Medical Corps[GSL]

 

Anon  1914  [Report of excursion to Rowfant (Sussex) 10 September 1910]  Proc. Holmesdale Natural History Club 1910 - 13, page 12 [Purple East Grinstead clay at brickworks]

 

Anon  1915  Bricks for sewer work.  British Clayworker 23, ???

 

Anon  1915  Excursion to Shotover Hill, Oxford. Saturday, June 5th, 1915.  PGA 26(5), 315 - 318.

 

Anon  1916  Bricks and brick making. The works of the Burnley Brick and Lime Coy Ltd (specially contributed.). The Quarry and Builders' Merchant 21 (September 1916), 201 - 205.

 

Anon  1916  Sketch of ground between Charlton and Woolwich in 1840. Ann. Report Woolwich Antiquarian Soc. 20, for 1914 - 15, 58 - 59 [Kent / London: sand pits (now Maryon Park) featured]

 

Anon  1918  Refractory materials. Gannister and silica-rock, sand for open-hearth steel processes, dolomite. Resources and geology. Memoir Geological Survey Special Reports Mineral Resources Great Britain 6: vi + 233pp.

 

Anon  1920  Refractory materials. Fireclays. Resources and geology. Memoir Geological Survey Special Reports Mineral Resources Great Britain 14: vi + 243pp.

 

Anon  1920  Refractory materials. Gannister and silica-rock, sand for open-hearth steel processes, dolomite. Resources and geology. 2nd edn. Memoir Geological Survey Special Reports Mineral Resources Great Britain 6: vi + 233pp.

 

Anon  1921  Catalogue of the sale of the Deepdene estate. Humbert & Flint, 1921 Dorking: Humbert & Flint: 56pp + 3 cold. plans [Includes hearthstone mine and limeworks at Brockham, Surrey][Dorking Museum]

 

Anon  1925  Fire at brickworks, Ingram Road. Croydon Advertiser, 5 June 1925 [Thornton Heath / Beulah brickworks]

 

Anon  1925  Report of Eastbourne-Hastings excursion. Friday, June 12th, 1925.  PGA 36(3), 317 - 320.

 

Anon  1926  Memorandum on the defective condition of the stonework at the Houses of Parliament.  HMSO: xxxx

 

Anon  1926  Report of excursions arranged by the North-East Lancs Group, 1925.  PGA 37(3), 340 - 343 [Grit; sandstone; ganister; slate; Haslingden flags; sand; limestone]

 

Anon  1927  List of quarries (under the Quarries Act, 1894) in Great Britain and the Isle of Man. Home Office (Mines Department)[Data for 1925: Kent is in pages 310 - 315 and Surrey in 358 - 361][CNHSS (photocopy)]

 

Anon  1927  A report of an investigation into the alleged high mortality rate from tuberculosis of the respiratory system among slate quarrymen and slate workers in the Gwyrfai Rural District. HMSO: Public Health and Medical Subjects Report 38: 38pp [North Wales]

 

Anon  1927  Report of visit to Edinburgh and district. July 29th to August 8th, 1927.  PGA 38(4), 511 - 517.

 

Anon  1929  Building craftsmanship, in brick and tile and in stone slates.  CUP: 104pp.

 

Anon  1929  The visit to Charnwood Forest - Whitsuntide, 1928.  PGA 39(4), 486 - 491 [Leics: Mountsorrel syenite etc]

 

Anon  1931  China-clay (kaolin.)  Imperial Institute: The mineral industry of the British Empire and foreign countries.

 

Anon  1934  Is this the world's toughest job?  How Bath stone is mined.  Working in the bowels of the earth : tunnel three miles long. Daily Sketch, 7 May 1934, p. 1 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1935  Cornish clay products. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(470), p. 293 [St. Austell, Cornwall]

 

Anon  1935  The detection of silicosis.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(462), 47 - 48.

 

Anon  1935  Estimation of the dust hazard.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(465), 136 - 138.

 

Anon  1935  General news. Delabole. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(461), p. 32. [Cornwall]

 

Anon  1935  Irish slate production. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(465), p. 133.

 

Anon  1935  Jubilee granite monument competition. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(465), 131 - 133 [Cornish Quarrymasters' Assoc. / Architectural Assoc. competition]

 

Anon  1935  Legal. Department of Mines and a quarry.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(469), p. 274 [Clay face near Droitwich]

 

Anon  1935  Leicester granite for new roads. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(463), p. 77.

 

Anon  1935  Leicestershire roadstone quarrying. Describes the quarries of the Groby Granite Co., Ltd.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(472), 357 - 360.

 

Anon  1935  Limestone quarrying in the West Country. Roads reconstruction (1934) Ltd. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(470), 281 - 284 [Somerset: Black Rock quarries (near Portishead); Gloucestershire: Grovesend quarry, Tytherington (near Thornbury)]

 

Anon  1935  "Macamit" Macadam roads. Important developments with Mountsorrel granite. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(471), p. 323 [Leicestershire.]

 

Anon  1935 Middlewood stone quarries. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(465), 134 - 135 [at Oughtibridge, Sheffield, Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1935 New crushed stone plant. A Goodwin-Barsby triumph. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(472), 347 - 350 [granite quarries at Bradgate Hill, Markfield, Leicestershire]

 

Anon  1935  North Wales slate quarrying. The Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Co. Ltd., Nantlle, Caernarvonshire. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(468), 225 - 226.

 

Anon  1935  Old Delabole slate quarries. New developments include installation of a LEA recorder. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(471), 317 - 319 [Cornwall]

 

Anon  1935  Penmaenmawr and Welsh Granite Co. Ltd.  Describes the workings of this famous company's quarries at Penmaenmawr in North Wales. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(469), 251 - 255 [Wales]

 

Anon  1935  Quarrying quartzite in the Irish Free State.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(463), p. 85 [Ireland]

 

Anon  1935  The roadstone industry. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(463), 74 - 75.

 

Anon  1935  A Roman quarry. The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(464), p. 111 [Aldborough, near Boroughbridge, Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1935  Ropes for aerial ropeways.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(464), p. 111.

 

Anon  1935  Sand and gravel washing machines. The "Peebles" range.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(470), 294 - 295.

 

Anon  1935  Scottish slate.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(463), p. 74 [Ballachulish]

 

Anon  1935  A silica quarry opened in the I.F.S.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(463), p. 95 [Ireland / Irish Free State, co. Wicklow]

 

Anon  1935  Slate in the Irish Free State.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(464), p. 123 [Ireland]

 

Anon  1935  Slate and marble in the Irish Free State.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(468), p. 219 [Ireland]

 

Anon  1935  Specification of stone.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 40(465), page 136 [Building stone]

 

Anon  1936  Aerial ropeways. Notable sand and ballast installation at Cheshunt. The Quarry and roadmaking 41(482), 279 [Hertfordshire]

 

Anon  1936  Argyllshire quarry fatality.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(482), p. 294.

 

Anon  1936  Automatic sand classification. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(477), 137 - 138.

 

Anon  1936  Cornish granite.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(473), 11 - 12 [Cornwall]

 

Anon  1936  Crushing plant for 100 tons per hour. Installation by Goodwin Barsby, Ltd. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(477), 133 - 134 [Cauldon quarries near Ashbourne, Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1936  Cumberland roadmaking.  Borrowdale - Honister Pass - Buttermere new road.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(475), 73 - 75.

 

Anon  1936  Electrifying a Yorkshire quarry. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(481), 245 - 246 [Kiveton Park quarry, 12 miles E of Sheffield]

 

Anon  1936  Excavating overburden at a Yorkshire quarry.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(480), p. 229 [Dinting Dale quarry]

 

Anon  1936  Granite production in Cumberland. The Threlkeld microgranite. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(475), 76 - 78.

 

Anon  1936  Gypsum deposits in the I.F.S.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(479), 198 - 199 [Co. Cavan, Eire]

 

Anon  1936  Hampshire roadmaking. The Winchester by-pass.  The Quarry and Roadmaking ..  (January 1936), 7 - 10; and …  (February 1936), 40 - 42.

 

Anon  1936  Mendip limestone quarrying. Describes the workings of the Emborough Stone Co., branch of Roads Reconstruction (1934), Ltd. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(479), 185 - 187 [Emborough, 6 miles NE of Wells, Somerset]

 

Anon  1936  A modern county council quarry. Notable example of the direct-through principle. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(478), 157 - 158 [Northumberland County Council's Hare Crag whinstone quarry]

 

Anon  1936  A modern quarry drilling plant. Description of work done at Waterford County Council quarries.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(480), 213 - 220 [Ireland: Shandon quarry, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford]

 

Anon  1936  New plant in Leicestershire, Whitwick increases production. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(480), 226 - 227 [granite]

 

Anon  1936  Quarry drainage. Hydrostat installation at Votty quarry. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(484), p. 347 [North Wales: Oakeley Slate Quarries Co. Ltd's Votty quarry at Blaenau Festiniog]

 

Anon  1936  Rival roadstones discussed. Opinion in South Wales.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(476), p. 99.

 

Anon  1936  Sandstone Industry Compensation Fund. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(481), p. 239.

 

Anon  1936  Silicosis. Its causes, effects, prevention and liabilities. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(475), 79 - 81; (476), 110 - 112.

 

Anon  1936  The slate industry of North Wales. The Ffestiniog slate quarries. Reprinted from Building Times, for Associated Slate Quarries, Wales.

 

Anon  1936  Standard specification for Welsh roofing slates.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(480), 211 - 212 [BSS 680]

 

Anon  1936  Stripping at 3,000 tons per hour. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(475), 85 - 86 [Earthmoving equipment]

 

Anon  1936  Structural planes in rock. Their influence on quarrying methods. I. Bedding planes.  II. Joints.  III. Shear and sheet structures. The Quarry and Roadmaking 41(478), 159; (479), 194 - 195; and (480), 227 - 228.

 

Anon  1937  Aberdeen quarrymen's wages. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(494), p. 274 [Granite]

 

Anon  1937  Advance in blasting practice. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(489), 130 - 132.

 

Anon  1937  Aerial ropeways for clay pits. Notable installation at Peterborough.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(489), 127 - 128.

 

Anon  1937  Aggregate for road construction. Shape of material and its measurement.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(486), 33 - 36.

 

Anon  1937  Alleged "ring" of west Wales quarry owners. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(488), p. 90.

 

Anon  1937  Compensation claim for silicosis. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(487), p. 80.

 

Anon  1937  Conveyors at clay-pits. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(490), 156 - 157.

 

Anon  1937  Dinmor quarries. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(494), p. 275 [Limestone near Llanddona]

 

Anon  1937  Electrification of Northern Ireland quarries.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(495), 303 - 304 [Portrush Columnar Basalt Co., Co. Antrim]

 

Anon  1937  Granite breaking plant. Installation at the quarries of the Keswick Granite Co., Ltd. Embleton, Cockermouth. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(485), 7 - 10.

 

Anon  1937  Gravel crushing, screening and conveying plant. Installation at works of Messrs. Thomas Roberts (Westminster), Ltd., Wraysbury. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(494), 261 - 264  [Gravel, Buckinghamshire]

 

Anon  1937  Gypsum mining in the I.F.S.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(492), p. 206 [Eire: mining to be recommenced at Knocknacran, Co. Monaghan, nr. Carrickmacross]

 

Anon  1937  Limestone crushing installation.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(491), p. 182 [Works at South Witham quarry of Stanton Ironworks Co. Ltd.]

 

Anon  1937  Marble quarries in the I.F.S. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(489), p. 132.  [Eire / Ireland]

 

Anon  1937  Materials and methods of road construction.  Annual Report of Road Research Board. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(491), 180 - 182.

 

Anon  1937  A modern aerial ropeway. Installation at Stanley Ferry quarry, nr. Wakefield. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(492), 211 - 212 [openwork - sand and shingle]

 

Anon  1937  Moisture content control of aggregates for concrete.  A new vibration method. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(487), 67 - 69.

 

Anon  1937  Municipal quarries of Aberdeen. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(496), 328 - 329 [Scotland]

 

Anon  1937  Preparation of gravel. Bessacarr Sand and Gravel Co., Ltd.'s new plant.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(492), 218 - 219 [near Doncaster, Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1937  The prevention of silicosis.  The "Waring" filter and the "Micron" precipitator.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(495), 294 - 298.

 

Anon  1937  Quarry for testing tools and appliances. Messrs. Holman Bros., Ltd.'s practical installation. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(485), 3 - 4 [Openwork and three underground drives in granite south of Camborne, Cornwall]

 

Anon  1937  The quarrying industry in South Wales.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(495), p. 288.

 

Anon  1937  Quarrying on the Malvern Hills.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(488), 98 - 99; (491), p. 174; (492), 217 - 218; (494), p. 273; (495), 287 - 288; (496), p. 315 [Herefordshire and Worcestershire]

 

Anon  1937  Quarrying on the Malvern Hills. Ministry of Health inquiry. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(486), 36 - 37.

 

Anon  1937  Quarrying the Whin Sill. Barrasford quarries. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(490), 147 - 149 [Northumberland Whinstone Co. Ltd.]

 

Anon  1937  Quarrymen and silicosis. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(492), p. 219.

 

Anon  1937  Rating of County Council quarries.  The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(487), p. 78.

 

Anon  1937  Right to quarry slate. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(487), 78 - 79 [Scotland: Ballachulish]

 

Anon  1937  Road metal and chippings plant. Modern installation at Stepper Point quarry, Padstow, Cornwall. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(490), 154 - 156.

 

Anon  1937  A valuable limestone quarry. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(496), 331 - 332 [Limestone at Wirksworth, Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1937  Water lost through quarrying. The Quarry and Roadmaking 42(487), 79 - 80 [Failure of well ...  opencasting near Biddulph]

 

Anon  1939  Aberdeen links with Vilna.  The much discussed city in Lithuania.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(8), p. 253 [Granite exported for sculpture]

 

Anon  1939  Cement: a modern drama.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(8), 250 and 252.

 

Anon  1939 (?)  Chislehurst Caves general improvement works. [Plan at scale 1:500 - drawing no. CC 104/1C [H 508] - includes details of works carried out for London Regional Commissioners][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1939  Famous Scotch quarry. Road Board offer to purchase.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(1), pp. 19 and 25 [Cairngall, Buchan district]

 

Anon  1939  Giant transporter for separating gypsum.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(9), 292 - 293.

 

Anon  1939  Godstone caves as raid shelters.  Daily Telegraph, 25 February 1939 [Surrey: scheme submitted to Home Office by Caterham ARP Committee - evacuation camp for 'thousands of Londoners' proposed - with underground shelters in the 'caves' - eight miles of tunnels available - springs of drinking-quality water - 'deep enough to provide complete protection against the heaviest bombs known' - now being explored and charted - HO Inspectors have visited - interested]

 

Anon  1939  Handling overburden.  The "Caterpillar" in South Wales.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(4), 148 - 149.

 

Anon  1939  Report on likelihood of subsidence and other influences likely to affect the stability of buildings …  British Geological Survey Library MP 4008 [Unpublished ms. concerning the Greater London area][BGS]

 

Anon  1939  Quarry tragedy. QMJ 22(3), page 84 [Three men injured in explosion at Arenig Granite Co. Ltd's quarry at Bala (Wales)]

 

Anon  1939  Slate quarry to close.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(9), p. 291 [Dorothea quarry, Nantlle Vale, on 4 Nov.]

 

Anon  1939  Technological changes in the crushed stone industry.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(2), 45 - 48; (3), 85 - 86; (5), 168 - 169.

 

Anon  1939  The words of our trade. Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(7), 234 - 235 and 238.

 

Anon  1940  Aberdeen's supply of foreign granite running low.  And home quarries busy with monumental orders.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(10), 310 - 311 [Imports from Finland, Norway, and Sweden]

 

Anon  1940  The masonry of the Menai suspension bridge. A tribute to Anglesey limestone.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 22(11), 328 - 329.

 

Anon  1940  North Wales quarrying terms and phrases. Quarry Managers' Jl. 23, 13 - 14.

 

Anon  1941  Electrically fired lime kilns. QMJ 24(2), page 33 [Researched .. none found in operation]

 

Anon  1941  New Aberdeenshire quarry. To be opened by County Road Board on historic hill-side.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 24(9), p. 215 [SEE ALSO editorial comment on p. 213]

 

Anon  1941  The jubilee of the artificial abrasive.  Engineering 151, 514 - ???

 

Anon  1941  Rediscovering the Blackheath caverns. The Harco Magazine, April 1941, 108 - 112 [London: ? chalk mines]

 

Anon  1941  A suggested new organisation for the protection of British quarries producing monumental and architectural stone.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 24(5), 112 - 114.

 

Anon  1941  What is chalk?  Quarry Managers' Jl. 24(7), 161 - 162 [Lists 'known applications' of crude chalk and whiting; but not of calcined chalk or hydrated lime]

 

Anon  1942  Crude chalk, chalk whiting, and chalk lime. Amalgamation of associations.  Quarry Managers' Journal 24(11), p. 264 [Amalgamation, for national wage settlement purposes, of the Chalk Quarrying Association (founded 1918); the Southern Whiting Association; the Northern Whiting Association; and the Southern Lime Burners' Association]

 

Anon  1942  Importance of stone in Roman conquest of Britain. Quarry Managers' Jl. 24(11), p. 264.

 

Anon  1942  Land-liming subsidy. Temporary increase of 25%. Summer delivery payment. QMJ 25(3), page 328.

 

Anon  1942  The return of the cave man. QMJ 24(12), page 276 [Establishment 'somewhere in England' of underground aircraft factories in 'idle' mines and quarries at depths of 99 - 121 feet][Presumably Wiltshire / Somerset: Bath stone quarries, etc]

 

Anon  1942  Scotsmen who paved the streets of Odessa. Taught Russians to make setts. Quarry Managers' Jl. 24(11), 265 - 266.

 

Anon  1942  Shortage of labour for limestone quarrying. Debates in the House of Commons. Quarry Managers' Jl. 25(1), 1 - 2.

 

Anon  1944  Underground conveyors handle ammunition.  Mechanical Handling, October 1944, 607 - 611.

 

Anon  1944  Underground depot. Story of a central ammunition depot.  RAOC Gazette 28(5), xxxx

 

Anon  1946  Marden and Godstone mine [also known as Winders Hill Mine] Copy plan on linen with obstructions marked O, and some passage lengths in feet marked in. Note at bottom r.h. corner 'General inclination slightly down to NNE' and dated 15/6/46 [NB 'also known as' is in pencil and 'Winders Hill Mine' is blacked out][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1947  The limestone industry of the Yorkshire dales.  Dalesman 9, 277 - 283.

 

Anon  1947  Labour involved in the making and firing of common bricks, and a summary of the total labour requirements of brickmaking. Ministry of Works: National Brick Advisory Council Paper 2: ??

 

Anon  1947  Plan No. 2 [Extract from Ordnance Survey plan showing Godstone Hill - Dialbank Wood - The Devils Hole - Quarry Farm - Winders Hill - Marden Park south lodge: the hearthstone mine area at South Lodge is coloured pink; ms. additions 3rd Sec. 1935 / Revised 11th March 1947][Surrey][PWS]

 

Anon  1947  The route of the C.M. & G.R.  Railway Magazine 93(570), 253 - 256 [Surrey: CMGIR - Croydon, Merstham & Godstone Iron Railway / limeworks / quarries]

 

Anon  1948  International Geological Congress (18th Session) visit to Penmaenmawr quarries. Programme of visit and souvenir booklet : IGC 18th Session : 14pp + 5 pls.

 

Anon  1948 - 55  Report of the Advisory Committee on Sand and Gravel, parts 1 - 18 [the Waters Committee] : HMSO xxxx

 

Anon  1949  Dalesman's diary - Dent marble. The Dalesman 11(4), 129 - 130 [Yorkshire]

 

Anon  1949  Dent marble quarries. The Dalesman 11(6), p. 225.

 

Anon  1949  Report of the Mineral Development Committee.  HMSO: 106pp [The Committee was appointed on 2 August 1946 by the Minister of Fuel and Power to enquire into the resources of minerals in the U.K., excepting coal, oil, bedded ironstone, and substances of widespread occurrence; to consider possibilities and means of their co-ordinated, orderly and economic development in the National interest, and to make recommendations in regard thereto.]

 

Anon  1950  Ancient mining and metallurgy. Antiquity 24(95), page 145.

 

Anon  1950  Plant riddle in bomb crater. Box Hill aliens. The Times, 9 August 1950 [Surrey: Brockham][Reprinted in The Times, 9 August 1990]

 

Anon  1950  [116 trapped miners known to be safe. The Times, 9 September 2004, page 34 [Reprinted from The Times, 9 September 1950: 128 miners trapped underground at Knockshinnoch Castle colliery, New Cumnock, Ayrshire]]

 

Anon  1950  Yattendon, Berks. Proc. London Spelaeological Group 2, page 7 [Extracted from The Gentleman’s Magazine Library, 1822, Pt. II [W.H. Brewer]]

 

Anon  1951  Monkton Farleigh layout plan: 1:2500.  Drawing No. MFA110, revised and retraced July 1951 [Dyeline print][Wiltshire: building-stone quarry /ammunition store][PWS]

 

Anon  1952  Slate islands.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 18(6), p. 175 [Larne, Seil, Easdale and Luing]

 

Anon  1953  Abandoned line at Nethercleugh. The Railway Magazine 99(621), page 69 [Dumfriesshire: three mile branch from Carlisle - Glasgow main line to serve Corncockle quarry (red sandstone) - line lifted c. 1948]

 

Anon  1953  A record breaking blast - Caldon Low quarry. Mine and Quarry Engineering 18(1), 39 - 41.

 

Anon  1953 - 1954  The Billingham anhydrite mine, Durham.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 19(12), 432 - 442; 20(1), 2 - 11; and 20(2), 66 - 76.

 

Anon  1953  Island industry.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 19(12), p. 447 [Ailsa Craig curling stones]

 

Anon  1953  Quarrying chalk. Mine and Quarry Engineering 19(9), 321 - 329 [Agri Contractors Ltd]

 

Anon  1953  Trackless quarrying at Penmaenmawr.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 19(7), 217 - 224.

 

Anon  1953  Milling at Penmaenmawr.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 19(8), 257 - 265.

 

Anon  1953 - 54  Gravel extracting by pump.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 19(12), 449 - 454; 20(1), 16 - 24.

 

Anon  1954  Aggregates for Glen Shira.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 20(3), 100 - 106.

 

Anon  1954  The Carnelly quarry, Wales.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 20(8), 338 - 347; 20(9), 382 - 392.

 

Anon  1954  Electric rotary drilling in anhydrite.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 20(10), 444 - 454 [Billingham]

 

Anon  1954  A Somerset limestone operation.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 20(10), 426 - 431; and 20(11), 478 - 483 [Whatley quarry]

 

Anon  1954  Swinburne quarry, Northumberland.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 20(7), 288 - 299.

 

Anon  1954  Threlkeld quarry, Keswick.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 20(5), 192 - 199; 20(6), 258 - 266.

 

Anon  1955  Mineral production in Great Britain, 1950 - 1953.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 21(9), p. 377.

 

Anon  1955  New plant at Edston quarry, Peebleshire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 21(7), 298 - 300.

 

Anon  1955  New sand and gravel working in the North Riding - West Ayton.  Cement, Lime and Gravel, August 1955, 78 - 81.

 

Anon  1955  The Totternhoe stone quarries. South Bedfordshire Archaeological Soc.: Bedfordshire Archaeologist 1(1), p. 20 [PWS]

 

Anon  1955  Wornwood. Mine and Quarry Engineering 21(6), 234 - 235 [Potash at Whitby]

 

Anon  1956  An Essex sand and gravel plant.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 22(4), 154 - 155 [Danbury, Essex]

 

Anon  1956  The Meadowbank rock salt mine, Cheshire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 22(5), 166 - 173; and 22(6), 210 - 219.

 

Anon  1956  Richard Preston: the man with a load of limestone. The Dalesman 17(7), 341 - 342.

 

Anon  1956  The Sandwith anhydrite mine, Cumberland.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 22(10), 402 - 410; and 22(11), 450 - 457.

 

Anon  1956  Unwanted.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 22(3), p. 105 [Potash at Whitby]

 

Anon  1956  A Welsh gritstone quarry.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 22(6), 242 - 243 [Alltgoch quarries]

 

Anon  1957  Cruiks quarry, Fife, Scotland.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 23(5), 182 - 189.

 

Anon  1957  Cutting sandstone at Auchinlea quarry, Cleland, Lanark.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 23(6), 230 - 237.

 

Anon  1957  Enderby Warren quarry, Leicestershire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 23(9), 370 - 379; 23(10), 418 - 427.

 

Anon  1957  No Ancient Monument! Enigma of Batford's tunnel.  Harpenden Free Press, 29 March 1957 [? Chalk mine at Harpenden, Hertfordshire]

 

Anon  1957  Quarrying fuller's earth at Redhill - Wulfield [???? Nutfield] Mine and Quarry Engineering 23(8), 326 - 333.

 

Anon  1957?  Serious and otherwise: speculations on Batford's tunnel.  [Newscuttings .. re. possible chalk mine in the Batford area of Harpenden, Hertfordshire]

 

Anon  1957  Tunstead quarry, Derbyshire. Mine and Quarry Engineering 23(11), 462 - 471; and 23(12), 506 - 515.

 

Anon  1958  A brief history of Pebblecombe Hole.  Records London Spel. Group 2, 48 - 49 and 53 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1958  Caldon Low quarry. Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(5), 204 - 209; and 24(6), 246 - 253.

 

Anon  1958  Caves under a garage.  London Transport Magazine 11(12)(March 1958), p. 9 [Chalk mines at Plumstead (Kent / SE London)] [CNHSS]

 

[Down the ladders of a dank shaft and into the eerie workings of a disused chalk mine went our somewhat apprehensive reporter.  Dim electric light bulbs and the narrow beam of a hand lamp showed the way into a darkened gallery.

 

[It was an unusual expedition. Sixty feet above was Plumstead garage, with the buses coming and going as usual. Though new to our reporter, this inspection was a routine affair for the three men in his company.

 

[He was there to see an oiuyt-of-the-ordinary job which our civil engineers have been tackling for the past year. They are trying to trace and fill in a maze of chalk tunnels beneath the garage.

 

[Before the days of lorries chalk for building was actually mined like coal, instead of quarried. But at the turn of the century easier transport made mining uneconomic at Plumstead, and the workings were abandoned.

 

[There have been serious subsidences in the vicinity over a long period, and five years ago London County Council, realising the danger of the mines, began finding and filling in the cavities. Last year their excavators discovered galleries leading under Plumstead garage and our engineers were called in.

 

[Bore holes have been made in various places to test the solidity of the ground and several shafts have been found in and around the garage. Sixty feet below ground a heading, about 250 feet long, has been bored and this gives access to two old galleries.  One cavern our men stumbled upon was large enough to take a bus!

 

[Several of the cavities have now been filled in. A mixture of pulverised fuel dust and water is pumped down and this eventually sets like cement.]

 

[The photograph accompanying this article shews a man standing in a dead-end or blocked heading about four feet wide near the base, tapering inwards to about three feet at a height of about 10 feet. The ceiling appears to contain flints]

 

Anon  1958  Goonvean china clay pit, Cornwall.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(11), 476 - 485; and 24(12), 538 - 543.

 

Anon  1958  The Jackdaw quarry, Gloucestershire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(8), 344 - 349.

 

Anon  1958  Mineral production in Great Britain, 1953 - 1955.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(4), 171 - xxxx

 

Anon  1958  Mining in London. Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(6), 244 - 245 [Collapse of old chalk mines]

 

Anon  1958  Mobile plant at Portland stone quarries Wakeham quarry.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(2), 55 - 60.

 

Anon  1958  Mountfield Sub-Wealden gypsum mine.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(8), 332 - 339 [Sussex]

 

Anon  1958  The Oakeley slate mine.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(9), 380 - 387; 24(10), 454 - 458.

 

Anon  1958  Preparing limestone for cement manufacture.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(3), 90 - 99 [Caldon Low quarries]

 

Anon  1959  Cement production from the mountain limestone of Derbyshire. Mine and Quarry Engineering 25(3), 108 - 114; 25(4), 158 - 165; and 25(5), 206 - 210. [Hope cement works]

 

Anon  1959  Diamond drilling as a tool for exploration in Great Britain and Ireland, IN: Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, The future of non-ferrous mining in Great Britain and Ireland: a symposium. page 456 [PWS]

 

Anon  1959  Quarryman died from natural causes.  Surrey Mirror, 11 September 1959 [Hearthstone miner from Reigate]

 

Anon  1959  Wire sawing Cornish granite, St. Breward, Cornwall.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 25(1), 16 - 20.

 

Anon  1960  Broughton Moor green slate quarries.  Quarry Managers Jl. 46(12), 460 - 470.

 

Anon  1960  Celestine production in Gloucestershire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(9), 363 - 373.

 

Anon  1960  The clay mines of Dorset, 1760 - 1960.  London : xxxx

 

Anon  1960  Eldon Hill quarry.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(8), p. 342.

 

Anon  1960  Ingleton green granite, a fine roadstone aggregate. Quarry Managers' Jl. 44, 91 - 98.

 

Anon  1960  The Meadow Bank mine.  ICI : xxxx [salt]

 

Anon  1960  Quarrying in the Forest of Dean.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(5), p. 209 [Stowfield quarries]

 

Anon  1960  Recent developments at Penmaenmawr quarry.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(10), 410 - 419.

 

Anon  1960  Sand production at Warmwell, Dorsetshire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(10), 437 m- 438.

 

Anon  1960  A Scottish sand and gravel plant, Kinrosshire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(11), 458 - 467 [Cleish Sand & Gravel Co.]

 

Anon  1960  Seaborne granite from Dean quarry, Cornwall.  Quarry Managers Jl. 44(9), 335 - 341.

 

Anon  1960  Stainton quarry, Lancashire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 26(8), 318 - 325; 26(9), 387 - 394 [Barrow Quarries Ltd]

 

Anon  1960  Winsford rock salt mine.  ICI Mond Division: xx

 

Anon  1961  A brief history of the chemical industry in Runcorn.  ICI: xxxx [salt]

 

Anon  1961  Croft granite, Leicestershire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 27(10), 436 - 447.

 

Anon  1961  Developments at Sandwith anhydrite mine, Cumberland.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 27(3), 100 - 109; and 27(4), 150 - 157.

 

Anon  1961  Quarrying limestone underground. Mine and Quarry Engineering 27(8), 344 - 352. [Hopton Wood stone quarry]

 

Anon  1961  Salt country.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 27(1), p. 17 [Prospecting for salt in Cheshire and Shropshire.]

 

Anon  1961  Winning sand and gravel by floating grab.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 27(11), 484 - 491; 27(12), 528 - 534 [Kent Sand and Ballast Co., Sevenoaks, Kent]

 

Anon  1962  Amalgamation of Derbyshire Mineral Company's [? Companies]  Mine and Quarry Engineering 28(7), p. 331 [Glebe Mines Ltd]

 

Anon  1962  Building stone from underground. The Quarry Managers' Jl., May 1962, 175 - 184 [Bath stone quarries, Wiltshire][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1962  Hillhouse quarry, Ayrshire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 28(12), 514 - 524.

 

Anon  1962  Modernisation at the Meadowbank rock salt mine.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 28(2), 50 - 59; and 28(3), 98 - 106.

 

Anon  1962  A new gravel pit at Staines, Middlesex.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 28(1), 14 - 18.

 

Anon  1962  A new slate quarry in North Wales.  Quarry Managers Jl. 46(3), 117 - 120.

 

Anon  1962  A notable granite quarrying operation in North Wales.  Part 1 - Penmaenmawr.  Quarry Managers Jl. 46(7), 265 - 272.

 

Anon  1962  The previous history of Higher Kiln quarry. Nl. Pengelly Cave Research Centre 1, 1 - 2 [Devon: limestone]

 

Anon  1962  Sussex flint mines. British Caver 36, xxxx

 

Anon  1962  The winning and processing of Yorkstone. Quarry Managers' Jl. 46, 374 - 831.

 

Anon  ?1962  2,000-year-old cavern in Surrey where Hall & Co was born. [Hall & Company's House Magazine]  7(1), page 37 [Merstham: quarries]

 

[Asserts (!) that in 1824 George Valentine Hall 'took over the workings which had existed since the Roman times ..  There is a vast network of old stone workings underground which have only been partly explored.  Present-day cavemen have penetrated some 70 miles of these caverns running beneath Merstham.  They have just discovered evidence of an underground railway track earlier than the Croydon, Merstham and Godstone line which was opened 160 years ago.  Five years ago, entrance was made below ground by accident from the comparatively modern caverns into what has been termed the Mediaeval Cavern with its spectacular stalactites and stalagmitic concretions. This latter cavern is believed to be 2,000 years old. Owing to the dangerous nature of the caverns only members of properly organised and legally constituted speleological societies or caving clubs, who have made previous appointments in writing, are permitted into the caverns. Your Editor can put you in touch with the owner of the land, if you are interested]

 

Anon  1963  The Brightling development.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(9), 378 - 387; and 29(10), 422 - 429 [Gypsum, Sussex]

 

Anon  1963  Change from wet to dry working at Hoveringham, Trent Valley.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(11), 501 - 502.

 

Anon  1963  Chilmark quarries, Wiltshire. British Caver 39, xxx [extracted from Arthur Mee (1950), The King's England: Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1963  Crushing plant at Dunald Hill limestone quarry, Lancashire. Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(9), 399 - 400.

 

Anon  1963  Extensions to Ketton, Lincolnshire.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(2), 72 - 74.

 

Anon  1963  Fire at Reigate mine workings.  Surrey Mirror, 12 April 1963 [Colley Hill hearthstone mine workings destroyed by fire on Thursday 4 April 1963; report includes a photograph by Mrs. Pamela M. Hill]

 

Anon  1963  Heavy media separation plant for fluorspar.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(11), 480 - 484 [Whiteheaps mine]

 

Anon  1963  Ore handling underground at Long Meg.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(7), 282 - 293 [Gypsum, Cumberland]

 

Anon  1963  Pennington's Kendal quarry, Lake District.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 29(4), p. 169.

 

Anon  1963  W.J. Parry, quarryman's champion. Trans. Caernarvon Historical Soc. 24, 235 - xxxx

 

Anon  1963  The previous history of Higher Kiln Quarry. Nl. Pengelly Cave Research Centre 1, 1 - 2 [Devon: Buckfastleigh - Devonian limestone]

 

Anon  1964  Features of scientific interest in the region around the Pengelly Cave Research Centre. I. Old shore lines and present-day sea caves. Nl. Association of the William Pengelly Cave Research Centre 2, 14 - 18 [Devon: Buckfastleigh]

 

Anon  1964  Features of scientific interest in the region around the Pengelly Cave Research Centre. II. The centre itself. Nl. Association of the William Pengelly Cave Research Centre 3, 8 - 14 [Three lime kilns noted] [Devon: Buckfastleigh]

 

Anon  1964  Fuller's earth at Woburn. Min. Miner. Eng. 1, 142 - 146 [Bedfordshire]

 

Anon  1964  Washing sand at Moorhouse, Sevenoaks, Kent.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 30(5), 212 - 216.

 

Anon  1964-65  The stone mines of Tormarton, South Gloucestershire.  Jl. Severn Valley Caving Club xxxx

 

Anon  1965  The Cavendish mill.  Mining and Minerals Engineering 1(15), 579 - 586 [Glebe Mines Ltd.]

 

Anon  1965  Combe Down history.  Combe Down Townswomen's Guild xxxx

 

Anon  1965  Report on the mining of Idle Moor, Bradford. City of Bradford Metropolitan Council : xxxx

 

Anon  1965  Underground in Surrey.  Nl. Croydon Caving Club 1, 3 - 4.

 

Anon  1967  Borough Green ragstone quarry.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 51(11), 433 - 436.

 

Anon  1967  The Haytor granite tramway.  Industrial Archaeology 4(3), 288 - 289 [Cornwall]

 

Anon  1967  Industrial archaeology in Bedfordshire.  Bedford: Shire Hall [Totternhoe Lime and Stone Co. noted on page 21]

 

Anon  1967  Middle Peak quarry. Mining and Minerals Engineering 3(10), 370 - 377.

 

Anon  1967  A mountainside quarry in North Wales - Trevor.  Quarry Managers Jl. 51(8), 287 - 292.

 

Anon  1967  Yorkshire potash attracts investment.  Industrial Minerals, November 1967, p. 21.

 

Anon  1967  Yorkshire potash plans progress.  Industrial Minerals, December 1967, p. 27.

 

Anon  1968  Coastal limekilns in north Devon.  Industrial Archaeology 5(1), 208 - 210.

 

Anon  1968  Coastal limekilns. Industrial Archaeology 5(2), xxxx

 

Anon  1968  Gritstone quarrying in Yorkshire.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 52, 154 - 159.

 

Anon  1968  How to recharge underground water wells. The Times, ?? [from U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 1594E][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1968  Limestone quarrying in a National Park.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 52, 359 - 366.

 

Anon  1968  Making the most of mica scrap.  Ind. Miner. 8, 9 - 11 and 13 - 14.

 

Anon  1968  Mineral working in Surrey. Surrey County Council: Final report of the Mineral Extraction Working Party, October 1968.  S.C.C. Town & Country Planning Committee: 10pp + 8pp + maps and tables [Largely deals with gravel workings and their landfilling]

 

Anon  1968  Potash exploration in Yorkshire.  Industrial Minerals, April 1968, p. 30.

 

Anon  1968  Mining at Sallet Hole.  Mining and Minerals Engineering 4(3), 105 - 106.

 

Anon  1968  Potash project proceeds.  Industrial Minerals, July 1968, p. 30.

 

Anon  1968  Potash in Yorkshire.  Industrial Minerals, March 1968, p. 15.

 

Anon  1968  Second potash product for Yorkshire.  Industrial Minerals, December 1968, p. 35.

 

Anon  1968  Potash project gets green light.  Industrial Minerals, December 1968, p. 31.

 

Anon  1968  Settlingstones witherite mine.  Mining and Minerals Engineering 4(11), 35 - 39.

 

Anon  1968  Support for Yorkshire potash project.  Industrial Minerals, October 1968, p. 26.

 

Anon  1968  The tally slate.  Industrial Archaeology 5(1), 214 - 215.

 

Anon  1968  Yorkshire potash inquiry.  Industrial Minerals, August 1968, p. 21.

 

Anon  1968  Yorkshire potash project to go ahead.  Industrial Minerals, April 1968, p. 29.

 

Anon  1969  The Aston-Clinton limeworks. Industrial Archaeology 6(1), p. 95.

 

Anon  1969  BR and the cement industry. Merry-go-round service of world's largest cement works at Northfleet.  Modern Railways 25(250), 344 - 345 [Kent]

 

Anon  1969  Cave rescue. Nl. Chelsea Speleological Soc. 11(9), page 79 [ Surrey: SECRO call-out to search for two boys lost in the Merstham / Chaldon underground quarries]

 

Anon  1969  Cleveland places contract for refinery.  Industrial Minerals, November 1969, p. 38.

 

Anon  1969  Cleveland potash project confirmed.  Industrial Minerals, March 1969, p. 32.

 

Anon  1969  Cleveland potash project inaugurated.  Industrial Minerals, May 1969, p. 35.

 

Anon  1969  Developments at Penmaenmawr.  Quarry Managers Jl. 53(7), 264 - 268.

 

Anon  1969  Lime kilns at Marple, Cheshire. Industrial Archaeology 6(1), 101 - 102.

 

Anon  1969  Limekilns at Merstham, Surrey.  Industrial Archaeology 6(1), p. 101.

 

Anon  1969  Opposition to Yorkshire potash project.  Industrial Minerals, June 1969, p. 43.

 

Anon  1969  The picture of Newcastle upon Tyne: containing a guide to the town and neighbourhood, an account of the Roman wall and a description of the coal mines [Reprint of 1807 edn.]

 

Anon  1969  Police call out cavers to search for boys.  Croydon Advertiser, 23 May 1969 [Surrey: Merstham / Chaldon: Bedlams Bank quarry: two members of Croydon Caving Club and others of the South East Cave Rescue Organisation (SECRO) called to assist Redhill police search for two 16-year-old boys lost in the underground quarries]

 

Anon  1969  Potash shaft sinking soon at Boulby.  Industrial Minerals, August 1969, p. 35.

 

Anon  1969  Race to potash production in Yorkshire.  Industrial Minerals, March 1969, p. 31.

 

Anon  1969  Spratt's Barn mine.  Newsl. Chelsea Speleological Soc. 11(12), 96 - 99 [Oxfordshire]

 

Anon  1970  Armour may withdraw from Whitby potash.  Industrial Minerals, August 1970, p.33.

 

Anon  1970  Country life.  Fulcrum [House Magazine BPB Industries Group] 19, 4 - 8 [Sussex: gypsum]

 

Anon  1970  New branch opened to Somerset limestone terminal.  Modern Railways 26(265), 436 - 437.

 

Anon  1970  Shaft lining contract for potash project.  Industrial Minerals, October 1970, p. 35.

 

Anon  1971  Armour withdraw from Whitby potash.  Industrial Minerals, January 1971, p. 34.

 

Anon  1971  Chaldon Bottom entrance. Pelobates 14, page 23 [Surrey: entrance to underground quarry to be sealed]

 

Anon  1971  Definition of the Pleistocene-Holocene boundary. Quaternary Nl. 4, 1 - 2.

 

Anon  1971  The development of some Pleistocene structures in the Cotswolds and Upper Thames Basin.  Bull. GSGB 37, ?? - ?? [Gloucestershire / Oxfordshire]

 

Anon  1971  Horringer caves ...  Newsl. Suffolk Trust for Nature Conservation, Spring 1971, 25 - 27 [Chalk - Suffolk]

 

Anon  1971  The Nailsworth bats. Nl. Gloucestershire Trust for Nature Conservation 5(3), page 20.

 

Anon  1971  Operative and craft occupations in the slate industry. Extractive Industries Committee: unpaginated [IGMT]

 

Anon  1971  Paths on Wimbledon Common 1971.  NP: colour-printed geological map [London Clay, Claygate Beds, Plateau Gravel and Alluvium]

 

Anon  1971  Quarrying for roadstone and aggregate in eastern Scotland.  Quarry Managers Jl. 55(7), 250 - 254.

 

Anon  1971  The wall that Caleb Hitch built. East Hertfordshire Industrial Archaeology 1: 3pp.

 

Anon  1971  Wanlockhead: notes for visitors. Issued by the Library Committee. Wanlockhead Miners’ Library: 11pp [Dumfriesshire:  alluvial gold and mined lead and silver worked sporadically from the 15th century ..  and on a more permanent and industrial scale from 1680 ..  the miners at first lived in huts at the mines in the spring to autumn months, but returned to their homes at Sanquhar, Crawford John, etc, for the winter ..  a permanently inhabited villages developed from the 18th century ..  chapel of ease built in 1755 ..  miners’ library established in 1756]]

 

Anon  1971  Youth drowned in quarry: friends failed to find him in murky water dive. Croydon Advertiser, 6 August 1971 [Surrey: Godstone sandpit: British Industrial Sand Ltd: Roger Nigel Gareth Mobsby (aged 18)]

 

Anon  1972  Calcium carbonate: 1. Natural chalk whiting, ground limestone and precipitated calcium carbonate. 2. Growth in plastics and paper; other markets steady. Ind. Miner. 54, 9 - 17; and 55, 9 - 23.

 

Anon  1972  Cornish granite with an export potential - developments at Castle-an-Dinas quarry.  Quarry Managers Jl. 56(10), 327 - 336.

 

Anon  1972  Dolomite quarrying in south Yorkshire: operations at Holme Hall quarry near Maltby.  Quarry Managers' Jl. 56, 257 - 262.

 

Anon  1973  The age of the Hoxnian Interglacial. Quaternary Nl. 9, 5 - 6.

 

Anon  1973  Critics slate eyesore Lakeland quarries. The Guardian, 9 July 1973 [Lake District: slate quarries: closure of Dalt Green quarry neat Grange in Borrowdale at the insistence of the National Trust]

 

Anon  1973  Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society's Conservation and Planning Committee ..  in favour of conservation of the firestone and hearthstone mines in Surrey. Pelobates 22, page 15.

 

Anon  1973  Laporte Industries Ltd fullers earths. Ind. Miner. 64, 22 - 25 [Bedfordshire / Surrey]

 

Anon  1973  Plant extensions at a Somerset limestone working - Black Rock quarry.  Quarry Managers Jl. 57(6), 193 - 198.

 

Anon  1974  Fossils in caves. British Museum (Natural History) Palaeontology Leaflet 4: 8pp [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1974  "Interesting" old papers may save lives. Kent Archaeological Review 37, 210 - 211 [Appeal for mining records]

 

Anon  1974  Llechwedd slate caverns, Merioneth.  Industrial Archaeology 11(1), p. 72.

 

Anon  1974  Merstham cave-in sets a riddle. Surrey Mirror 29 November 1974 [Gatton Bottom: crown hole]

 

Anon  1974  Mining risk to trains. The Guardian, 14 August 1974 [Yorkshire: Selby]

 

Anon  1974  National appeal for old mining records. Area Service Magazine 25, 18 - 19.

 

Anon  1974  An outbreak of rhabdomancy in mid-Kent. Nl. Chelsea Speleological Soc. 16(7), 68 - 69 [Search for caves &c around West Malling, East Malling, Boughton Monchelsea, Otham, etc]

 

Anon  1974  Prehistoric flint mines: Grime's Graves.  Folded leaflet [for Exhibition at the British Museum][Norfolk][PWS]

 

Anon  1974  The rose-window of Winchester Palace. London Archaeologist 2(7), page 160 [London: Great Hall (built 1370) as an addition to the early 12th C bishop’s palace - rose window (Reigate stone) consolidated / cleaned / protected by a coat of lime and tallow 1972]

 

Anon  1974  The St. Austell China Clay Museum.  Industrial Archaeology 11(3), p. 251.

 

Anon  1974  Totternhoe stone mines - the past. Jl. Dunstable Caving Club 2, pp. 1 and 17 [Bedfordshire]

 

Anon  1974  UK celestite operations to close, production soars in Mexico and Canada.  Industrial Minerals 83, 27 - 33.

 

Anon  1974  Underground quarrying. Quarry Managers' Jl. 58(3), p.71.

 

Anon  1974  Worm's Heath, Surrey.  Nature Conservancy Council Geology & Physiography Section Information Circular 9, page 4 [Chalk pinnacle / disturbed Blackheath Beds - England's first geological Local Nature Reserve]

 

Anon  1975  Chalk quarrying at East Grimstead. Pollution by easy stages. Q. Bull. Council for the Protection of Rural England 10(2), 1 - 2 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1975  Development plans for old quarry. Croydon Advertiser, 29 June 1975 [Kenley: Rose & Crown / Riddlesdown chalk pit / limeworks - proposed location for a 'car care centre.']

 

Anon  1975  Fulham kiln is revealed. London Archaeologist 2(11), page 284 [London: Fulham pottery]

 

Anon  1975  Hole in the hill delays traffic. Chatham Standard 6077, 11 March 1975, page 44 [Kent: Frindsbury Hill [? Chalk mine)]

 

Anon  1975  Notes and news - limekilns of Milverton. Jl. Somerset Industrial Archaeology Soc. 1, xxxx

 

Anon  1975  Operation save-the-bats at Westhumble. Dorking Advertiser, 10 January 1975 [Surrey: Mickleham: underground chalk quarry gated][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1975  Redevelopment of the Fulham Pottery, London. The Times, 23 April 1975 [Redevelopment has revealed to public view a 19th century 'bottle' kiln which it has been proposed might become a museum]

 

Anon  1975 - 76  The story of brick. HM Monthly Bull. (11 issues, 1975 - 76)

 

Anon  1975  Westerham mines.  Annual Report Kent Trust for Nature Conservation for 1974, 33 - 34 [Hosey Common]

 

Anon  1975  Yate celestite: rebirth of Bristol Mineral Co.  Industrial Minerals 94, 24 - 29 [Somerset]

 

Anon  1975 - 76  The story of brick.  HM Monthly Bulletin [11 issues 1975 - 76]

 

Anon  1976  Airborn dust in quarries - health precautions. Health & Safety Executive [49][ISBN 0-11-880500-2]

 

Anon  1976  The Mines and Quarries (Metrication) Regulations, 1976. HMSO: UK Statutory Instruments 1976: 2063: 8pp [ISBN 0-11-062063-1]

 

Anon  1976  Quaternary studies at Birkbeck College, University of London.  Quaternary Nl. 19, page 17.

 

Anon  1976  Survey of Fison's Vitriol & Manure Works, Two Mile Bottom, Thetford. Jl. Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Soc. 2(1), 1 - 38.

 

Anon  1977  Evaporite mining in the United Kingdom (Part one.) Celestite, gypsum & anhydrite mining. Trans. British Cave and Mine Association 1(1), 2 - 6 [PWS]

 

Anon  1977  Huge hole found under homes site. Reading Evening Post, 5 May 1977 [Reading: Emmer Green: chalk mine]

 

Anon  1977  Island railway. The Times, 17 December 1977 [Channel Islands: Alderney: s.g. line linking stone quarries with harbour]

 

Anon  1977  Redlake tramway.  Railway Magazine 123(916), 415 [Devon: china clay transportation 1911 - 32 near Ivybridge]

 

Anon  1977  Quaternary research at Rothamsted Experimental Station.  Quaternary Nl. 22, 6 - 8.

 

Anon  1977  Report on collapsed workings - Bolton Road, Bradford. City of Bradford Metropolitan Council : xxxx

 

Anon  1977  'Secrets' rot away down the mines at Emmer Green. Reading Chronicle, 30 September 1977, page 32 [Berkshire: chalk mines]

 

Anon  1978  Bricks and brickmaking. Bromsgrove: Avoncroft Museum of Buildings: 20pp [PWS]

 

Anon  1978  The clay industries of Shropshire.  Industrial Archaeology 12, 221 - 225.

 

Anon  1978  The Godstone mines and vandalism. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 2, page 2 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1978  Marden mine. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 2, 1 - 2 [Surrey: Godstone]

 

Anon  1978  Mines relics. Pelobates 35, page 24 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1978  Sci-fi quarry. Surrey Mirror, 17 November 1978 [Betchworth chalk pits used by BBC film unit for the TV series Blake 7 (filmed as 'another planet']

 

Anon  1978  Strippig of mines. Nl. Chelsea Speleological Soc. 21(2), page 15 [Reprinted from Museums Bulletin 18(1), page 7 (1978)]

 

Anon  1978  Visit to Minchin Hole, Gower, September 30th, 1978. Quaternary Nl. 25, 5 - 6 [South Wales]

 

Anon  1978  Woburn appeal granted. Ind. Miner. 127, 11 - 12 [Bedfordshire / Surrey]

 

Anon  1979  An accident at the Lilleshall limestone mine in 1854. Jl. Shropshire Caving and Mining Club 1978, 71 - 72.

 

Anon  1979  The Mines and Quarries Act, 1954, (Modification) regulations, 1978. HMSO: UK Statutory Instruments 1978: 1951: 2pp [ISBN 0-11-084951-5]

 

Anon  1979  Old slate-carrying boat at Llanberis. Industrial Archaeology 14(4), 377 - 378.

 

Anon  1979  Westhumble mines are up for sale. Pelobates 36, page 20 [Surrey: Mickleham: underground chalk quarry]

 

Anon  1980  Dimension stone from Portland.  Quarry Management 7(10), 295 - 296.

 

Anon  1980  Field facilities.  Stonesfield, Oxfordshire. Earth Science Conservation 18, 8 - 9.

 

Anon  1980  Gazetteer of Buckinghamshire brickyards 1800 - 1980. Buckinghamshire County Museum: 40pp.

 

Anon  1980  Godstone mines. Nl. Chelsea Speleological Soc. 22(5), page 56 [Surrey: entrances to Arch and Godstone Hill quarries to be gated / access controlled by Unit 2 Cave Research and Exploration]

 

Anon  1980  New aggregate plant in north Lancashire - Backlane quarry.  Quarry Management 8(8), 212 - 214.

 

Anon  1980  Odds & ends at Godstone.  Pelobates 39, page 19 + two plans [Surrey: survey of 'Cob Hill mine', 'Whitefield mine', and 'Mine passage, Winders Hill'; and notes on Carthorse quarry]

 

Anon  1980  The South Ockenden denehole.  Pelobates 39, page 31 [Essex: chalk]

 

Anon  1980  Stonesfield, Oxfordshire. Nl. William Pengelly Cave Studies Trust 36, page 25 [Stonesfield slate][Reprinted from Earth Science Conservation 17 (1980), page 20]

 

Anon  1980  Stonesfield, Oxfordshire. Nl. William Pengelly Cave Studies Trust 37, page 11 [Reprinted from Earth Science Conservation]

 

Anon  1980  Surrey mines access. Nl. Chelsea Speleological Soc. 22(6), 66 - 67 [Surrey: notes contributed by Unit 2 Cave Research and Exploration on Godstone, Chaldon, and Merstham quarries]

 

Anon  1980  Surrey notes. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1980/2, 4 - 5 [Surrey: sites and finds at Merstham, Chaldon, and Godstone; also in Kent at Hosey Common near Westerham]

 

Anon  1981  Discovery in fullers earth pit.  Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1981/1, page 4 + plan / sections [Surrey: Nutfield]

 

Anon  1981  Expansion at Nash Rocks - high grade aggregate from Dolyhir quarry, Herefordshire.  Quarry Management 8(4), 243 - 251.

 

Anon  1981  Godstone Main Series on the move again. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1981/2, page 16 [Surrey: instability]

 

Anon  1981  Godstone - Winders Hill mine. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1981/1, page 4 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1981  Ironstone quarrying in the Cottesmore area. Rutland Railway Museum: 16pp [ISBN 0-9506723][Rutland][PWS]

 

Anon  1981  Merstham - No. 8 mine, 1609 graffito half translated. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1981/1, page 4 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1981  Merstham - railway dig re-opened. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1981/1, page 3 + map and survey [Surrey]

 

Anon  1981  Pennine treasure. Lake District Life 30(11)(Feb 1981), 611 - 612 [Opencast Barytes working at Silverband, Cross Fell]

 

Anon  1981  Quarries at Box. Railway Magazine 127(965), page 465 [Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1981  Surrey notes. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1981/2, page 3 [Surrey: Reigate, Merstham, Godstone Hill, and Godstone Green mines and underground quarries]

 

Anon  1982  'Black hole' becomes a right royal mystery.  Reading Chronicle, 6 August 1982 [Berkshire: chalk mines]

 

Anon  1982  The Boxmoor Trust. Jl. Commons &c Society 21(4), page 30 [Hertfordshire: Roughdown Common]

 

Anon  1982  Council seal Arch mine, Godstone, again. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1982/2, page 5 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1982  Extracts from Club records ... Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1982/3, 18 - 20 [Surrey: Entry to and exploration of Marden mine (Godstone) in 1978]

 

Anon  1982  Floods at merstham - Unit 2 member in narrow escape. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1982/2, 4 - 5 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1982  Geologists seek out 'black hole' secrets.  Reading Chronicle, 30 July 1982, page 5 [Berkshire: chalk mines]

 

Anon  1982  Land agents shown around No. 3 system. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1982/2, page 5 [Surrey: Chaldon / Merstham]

 

Anon  1982  Motorway plan hits minefield.  New Scientist 96(1336), page 712 [? M25 / chalk mines in Kent (Woolwich)]

 

Anon  1982  A National Stone Centre: a prospectus for development. NP: 13pp [IGMT]

 

Anon  1982  Past work. Nl. KURG 1/82, page 2 [Kent: Westerham (Hosey Common) / Chislehurst Caves / Dartford chalk mine / deneholes and chalkwells / Rochester (well)]

 

Anon  1982  The sand and gravel resources of the Welshampton area, Shropshire and Clwyd. Sheet SJ43.  BGS Mineral Assessment Report 105.

 

Anon  1982  Stone-age mystery. Surrey Mirror, 28 May 1982, page 11 [Subterranea Britannica survey of Chaldon / Merstham quarries, east Surrey]

 

Anon  1983  Ashburnham blast furnace - a definitive date for its closure. Nl. Sussex Industrial Archaeology Soc. 39, 3 - 4 [February 1813]

 

Anon  1983  Banwell ochre mines. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Proposed for SSSI status]

 

Anon  1983  Banwell ochre caves.  Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 12, page 8 [Designated SSSI]

 

Anon  1983  Bath stone museum. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Planning permission decision expected shortly from North Wiltshire District Council]

 

Anon  1983  Bats down the mine. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Cornwall: Carrick District Council, having capped mine shafts, drilling holes in the concrete to allow bat access]

 

Anon  1983  Batscombe quarry, Cheddar. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Somerset: Amy Roadstone Co. new contract with British Steel to supply 150,000 tons of lime p.a. - a nine year contract - limekilns to be brought back into use]

 

Anon  1983  Beer stone mines. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 12, page 7 [Devon: Chalk underground building-stone quarry: lighting installed for proposed 1 mile tourist route]

 

Anon  1983  The Blue Pool, Wareham, Dorset. English Life Publications Ltd: 12pp [Isle of Purbeck: ‘clay-mining in Dorset’ in pages 4 – 5 and 8 [CNHSS] 

 

Anon  1983  Bricks from the 'Mary Rose.'  BBSI 31, page 25 [Hampshire]

 

Anon  1983  Cement, lime and plaster: 1st quarter 1983.  HMSO: Business Monitor: 6pp [0-11-529027-3]

 

Anon  1983  Chalkwell at Biggin Hill.  Nl. KURG 1/83, page 3 [Kent]

 

Anon  1983  Chilton Farmhouse, Pegwell. Nl. KURG 2/83, 3 - 4 [Kent:  ? smugglers' tunnel - includes plan]

 

Anon  1983  Chislehurst Caves field trip. Nl. KURG 2/83, 1 - 2 [Kent / London: three interconnected chalk mines of which two were worked via shafts - early to middle 19th century - mining ceased c. 1860]

 

Anon  1983  Chipstead sand mine. Nl. KURG 2/83, page 2 [Kent: near Sevenoaks]

 

Anon  1983  Cock Lane engine house, Kingswood. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Closed to visitors]

 

Anon  1983  Discovery of mineshaft. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Unlined 8 ft sqaure shaft discovered at Nailsea - thought to be of a coal mine working the Dungy Seam before 1780]

 

Anon  1983  Frank Illingworth's tunnel. Nl. KURG 2/83, page 3 [Kent: cliff at Pegwell Bay]

 

Anon  1983  Limestone mines in the West Midlands.  Land and Minerals Surveying 1(1), 9 - 10.

 

Anon  1983  Lulsgate quarry. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Owners (Sage and Down) thought to be about to sell the quarry (and also Worle quarry near Weston-super-Mare)_to English China Clays]

 

Anon  1983  Mining sites and the Forestry Commission. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Agreement reached between Forestry Commission and NAMHO concerning preservation of mine sites]

 

Anon  1983  The Moel Ffenui quarries.  Clwyd Centre for Education Technology: 27pp [Slate]

 

Anon  1983  Museum is Tom's memorial [Unidentified newspaper] Evening Gazette, 31 May 1983, page 3 [Cleveland: Deepdale: Skinningrove ironstone mine old mine tunnel reopened as the Tom Leonard Mining Museum][? Loftus mine]

 

Anon  1983  Nirex names possible sites. Nuclear waste 'safe forever.' Nirex: the job it does. Possible site face opposition. Power News, November 1983, pages ?? and 7 [Billingham anhydrite mine]

 

Anon  1983  Opencast in the Forest of Dean. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 4 [Gloucestershire: Gloucestershire CC rejected application by Northern Strip Mining Ltd for planning permission for an opencast coal mine on a 233 acre site near Cinderford]

 

Anon  1983  Opening a mine of information [Unidentified newspaper]. 31 May 1983 [Cleveland: Skinningrove ironstone mine / closed c. 1962 / reopened as the Tom Leonard Mining Museum]

 

Anon  1983  Possible mining museum in Kingswood. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Information extracted from Bristol Evening Post of 6 May 1983 suggesting that Kingswood District Council were considering the renovation of several colliery sites 'possibly starting with the Old Cock Road engine house with possible grant aid from the Countryside Commission]

 

Anon  1983  Rail link to Welsh slate museum. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Completion of link from Gifach ddu Llanberis to the Llanberis Lake Railway]

 

Anon  1983  RAF 'Base' for bats. Habitat 19(1), page 3 [Wiltshire: Chilmark quarries]

 

Anon  1983  Road to go over chalk mines?  Kentish Times, 3 February 1983.

 

Anon  1983  Shaft collapse. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Calamine mine shaft near Winscombe - mines dates back to the 1600s]

 

Anon  1983  Shenley, Hertfordshire.  Newsl. KURG 1/83, 3 - 4 [Chalk mine]

 

Anon  1983  Stone mines at Dundry. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Access restricted - contact details]

 

Anon  1983  Tin dredging in Cornwall. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 3 [Marine Mining to erect a processing plant at Gwithian to dredge ore from the sea from St. Ives Bay to Cligga Head near Perranporth - 1 kg tin expected per 2 tonnes dredged - production expected to start 1985]

 

Anon  1983  Treborough slate quarry, Brendon Hills. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Nature trail open to the publio]

 

Anon  1983  Triscombe quarry. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, pages 2 and 3 [Thought to be about to reopen - perhaps by Tarmac]

 

Anon  1983  The truth about bats. Nl. CSS 25(6), 94 - 95.

 

Anon  1983  Writhlington colliery. Nl. Somerset Mines Research Group 10, page 2 [Planning permission granted by Avon CC for coal extraction from mine tips]

 

Anon  1984  Access to Godstone mines. Nl. CSS 27(2), page 35 [Surrey: keyholders]

 

Anon  1984  Canal to carry visitors into limestone workings. Descent 59, page 15 [Dudley]

 

Anon  1984  Close to a link with Easter mine. Descent 58, page 11 [Gloucestershire: Forest of Dean: iron mines]

 

Anon  1984  Crater tunnel sealed off.  Bexleyheath & Welling Observer, 4 October 1984, page 1 [Kent: Bexleyheath]

 

Anon  1984  Current access arrangements for Surrey mines. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1984/3, page 18 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1984  Florence mine: the last working iron mine.  Industrial Heritage 2(4), 2 - 3 [Originally sunk 1920 / reopened 1981 - Cumbria - ochre etc]

 

Anon  1984  GCRG find lost boys in stone mine. Descent 59, page 5 [Gloucestershire Cave Rescue Group: Rockness 'stone mine']

 

Anon  1984  Ghost town is brought back to life. The Guardian, 29 October 1984 [Cornwall / Devon: New Quay (arsenic / copper mines)]

 

Anon  1984  Godstone Main Series Roman Road entrance. Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1984/2, page 2 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1984  Hole: MP steps in.  Bexleyheath & Welling Observer 11 October 1984[Kent]

 

Anon  1984  Hoo Valley mine (North)  Manifold Caver 1984, 30 - 31 [Includes a survey by M. Milner, T. Pendleton, J. Ward and R. Naylor]

 

Anon  1984  Instant formations in High Wycombe. Descent 59, page 23 [West Wycombe: "Hell Fire caves"]

 

Anon  1984  Pontnewydd. Current Archaeology 93(8)(10), 294 - 298 [North Wales: excavations in cave]

 

Anon  1984  Sinking street is up for sale.  The [? Evening] Standard, 21 September 1983, page 4 [London / Kent: Belvedere]

 

Anon  1984  Sleeping bats keep road closed. Descent 57, page 4 [Bath: Combe Down]

 

Anon  1984  Taking the steep way into Easter iron mine. Descent 56, page 5 [Gloucestershire: Forest of Dean]

 

Anon  1984  Whitehead's three-process machines. BBSI 32, 16 - 17 [Article 'Whitehead's three-process brick making machines' reprinted from The Implement and Machinery Review, 1 April 1908]

 

Anon  1985  Appeal for Stoke Ground. Stone Industries 20(3), page 19.

 

Anon  1985  Brown’s Folly mine.  Jl. Cerberus Spelaeological Soc. 15(3), page 59 [Wiltshire: land at entrance purchased by Avon Wildlife Trust]

 

Anon  1985  Carclaise tin mine, Cornwall. Bull. AIA 12(4), 4 - 5.

 

Anon  1985  Deep well at Maidstone. Nl. KURG 1/85, page 6 [Kent]

 

Anon  1985  Dinorwig relics trundle south.  Power News, December 1985 [Wales: slate quarry]

 

Anon  1985  Ghostly shock for cave dare man.  Daily Mail, 4 November 1985 [Kent: Chislehurst 'Caves' chalk mines]

 

Anon  1985  Glensanda, Scotland's new super quarry.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 14(9), 19 - 21; 14(10), 14 - 19 [Planning and progress on site reported]

 

Anon  1985  Hopes high for restoring old church. Surrey Mirror, 22 March 1985 [Redhill: St. Matthew's Church  restoration (of Reigate stone) to be funded by sale of Clarendon Road Hall for office development]

 

Anon  1985  Leisure to limestone in North Yorkshire - Potgate quarry. Mine and Quarry 14(10), 14 - 19.

 

Anon  1985  The lights go on again in this secret war time city ...  Construction Industry Training Board Youth Training News 5 (October 1985), p. 2 [Monkton Farleigh - Wiltshire]

 

Anon  1985  The mining and working of green slate at Honister.  Bull. Assoc. for Industrial Archaeology 12(2), 4 - 5.

 

Anon  1985  More of Monkton Farleigh.  Railway Magazine 131(1015), page 538.

 

Anon  1985  N.G. at Monkton Farleigh.  Railway Magazine 131(1013), page 436 [Wiltshire: underground building-stone quarry re-used as an ammunition store]

 

Anon  1985  A reconnaissance survey and assessment of sand and gravel resources in the County of Humberside.  Leatherhead: Howard Humphreys & Partners: xxxx

 

Anon  1985  Reigate - sand mines. Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1985/1, page 5 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1985  Research programme to assess the potentially workable sand and gravel resources of the Soar valley, Leicestershire.  Godalming: Engineering Geology Ltd : xxxx

 

Anon  1985  Research programme to assess the potentially workable sand and gravel resources in the Wreake valley, Leicestershire.  Godalming : Engineering Geology Ltd : xxxx

 

Anon  1985  Rising water levels lap at city foundations. New Civil Engineer, 11 July 1985, page 4.

 

Anon  1985  Sixty industrial archaeological sites in Scotland.  Assoc. for Industrial Archaeology: 28pp [Oil-shale bings; lime kilns; Ballachulish slate quarries]

 

Anon  1985  Society battles on in bid to peserve farm site. Surrey Mirror, 23 August 1985 [Surrey: fullers' earth application by Laporte]

 

Anon  1985  The sources of archaeological pitchstone.  Geology Today 1(1), 9 - 10 [Scotland: obsidian][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1985  Stones of the Sussex Downs. Stone Industries 20(3), 30 - 31.

 

Anon  1985  Surrey - Godstone Main Series. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1985/1, page 5 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1985  Surrey - Quarry Dean. Nl. Unit 2 Cave Research & Exploration 1985/1, page 5 [Surrey: Merstham]

 

Anon  1985  Winterhead mine, NGR 43875766.  Newsl. Axbridge Caving Group, Winter 1985, 6 - 8.

 

Anon  1986  Buildings 'could be unstable.' Surrey Mirror, 14 March 1986 [Reigate 'caves' being surveyed by Royal School of Mines]

 

Anon  1986  All singing all dancing cavern. Waterways World, November 1986, page 22 [Dudley limestone mines]

 

Anon  1986  Caves, under the ground.  Bromleage, Winter 1986, page 4 [Kent: chalk: deneholes in and around Cudham, St. Mary Cray, etc]

 

Anon  1986  DoE enters Waterhouse Farm issue. Surrey Mirror, 14 February 1986 [Blechingley: Laporte Industries / fullers earth]

 

Anon  1986  Eleven million tons of heritage.  Scotland's industrial heritage needs you ...  Industrial Heritage 4(4), 14 - 15 [Birkhill fireclay mines, Bo'Ness]

 

Anon  1986  Firemen in cliff rescue. Croydon Post, 28 May 1986 [120 ft. chalk cliff at Rose & Crown chalk pit / Riddlesdown limeworks / Kenley].

 

Anon  1986  Ford deviation. Southwater Brick and Tile Co.  Brighton Circular 12(6), 154 - 155 [Sussex: reproduction of large-scale plan shewing rail connections to clay pit and works at Ford]

 

Anon  1986?  Ground movements casued by underground construction and its interaction with nearby structures. GE00107 [11pp photocopied typescript]

 

Anon  1986  Homes peril in cave-in.  Daily Mirror, 11 September 1986 [Kent: Gravesend]

 

Anon  1986?  The interaction of existing surface construction and potentially unstable underground openings.  GE00132 [9pp photocopied typescript]

 

Anon  1986  Museum in a Bath stone mine.  Stone Industries 2, 17 - 18.

 

Anon  1986  Nature lovers stonewalled - Council leaves them out in the cold over brickworks site. Croydon Property News, 20 March 1986 [LB Croydon: proposed nature reserve at former Woodside Brickworks (Keith Corbett)]

 

Anon  1986?  New building construction and the interaction with existing underground tunnels, caverns and voids.  GE00124 [8pp photocopied typescript]

 

Anon  1986  New equipment at a Somerset quarry - Gurney Slade. Mine and Quarry 15(4), 12 - 15.

 

Anon  1986  Quarry dump plan battle.  Surrey Mirror 31st October 1986 [Betchworth: chalk pits]

 

Anon  1986  The status of geological mapping of the United Kingdom. Quaternary Nl. 49, page 47.

 

Anon  1986  Surveying at Godstone - update. Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1986/3, page 10 [Surrey: quarries]

 

Anon  1986  Winn's portable brickmaking machine. BBSI 38, 7 - 8 [Reprinted from English Mechanic and Mirror of Science, 10 December 1869]

 

Anon  1986  The 19 July 1984 earthquake revisited.  Geology Today 2(1), 7 - 8 [Wales: Lleyn peninsula][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1987  Ball clay mining and quarrying.  Mine & Quarry 16(5), 11- 12 and 14 - 16 [Bovey Tracey, south Devon]

 

Anon  1987  Ballidon quarry.  Mine & Quarry 16(4), 9 - 11, 13, and 15 - 17 [Limestone aggregate etc. from quarry c. 5 miles from Ashbourne or Wirksworth, Derbyshire]

 

Anon  1987  Bell pit mounds in Bentley Grange, Emley, West Yorkshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology 21, ?? - ??

 

Anon  1987  Boulby potash mine.  Mine and Quarry 16(11), 14 - 16 [Sylvinite (KCl) with rock salt, anhydrite etc, worked from UK's deepest mine (to 1,100m) c. 12 miles N of Whitby]

 

Anon  1987  A brighter future for North Wales slate.  Quarry Management, Sept. 1987, 13 - 16.

 

Anon  1987  Cobions quarry, a record breaker for south Essex.  Mine and Quarry 16(7/8), 9 - 11.

 

Anon  1987  Dramatic rescue from quarry face. Surrey Mirror, 17 July 1987 [Betchworth: man climing chalk cliff fell / rescued]

 

Anon  1987  Fullers earth workings at Redhill. Mine & Quarry 16(1/2), 18 - 20 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1987  Glensanda quarry, progress on Phase One.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 16(6), 7 - 12.

 

Anon  1987  Godstone - rescue. Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1987/2, 6 - 7 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1987  Gravel extraction in the Nene valley.  Quarry Management 14(1), 13 - 18 [Northamptonshire]

 

Anon  1987  Inquiry into minerals plan. Surrey Mirror, 24 July 1987 [Surrey County Council]

 

Anon  1987  Laporte prepares new dig. Surrey Mirror, 17 July 1987 [Tandridge: fullers' earth]

 

Anon  1987  Penryhn [?] quarry.  Mine and Quarry 16(9), 9 - 12 [slate]

 

Anon  1987  Photographic feature. Abandoned limestone mines in the West Midlands. Q. Jl. Engineering Geology 20(3), 193 - 1987.

 

Anon  1987  Project Minotaur.  ASSAP News [Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena] 27/28 [February 1987].page 1 [Kent: Chislehurst: chalk mines]

 

Anon  1987  The Relief-patterned Tiles Research Group. BBSI 41, 22 - 23.

 

Anon  1987  Running repairs at Reigate. Pelobates 51, 29 - 30 [Surrey: survey and stabilisation of sand mines at Reigate]

 

Anon  1987  Sand and gravel dredging in North Wales.  Quarry Management, June 1987, 133 - 138.

 

Anon  1987  Staffordshire quarry becomes a nature reserve.  Geology Today 3(6), page 182 [Brownend quarry: limestones][CNHSS]

 

Anon  1987  UK geothermal survey.  Geology Today 3(2), 38 - 39 [CNHSS]

 

Anon  1987  Whatley equips for the 21st century.  Quarry Management (1987), 11 - 30.

 

Anon  1987  1987 Rescue Exercise. Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1987/2, page 5 [Surrey]

 

Anon  1958 ???  A Middlesex sand and gravel operation - Sheep Walk pit.  Mine and Quarry Engineering 24(1), 14 - 22.

 

Anon  1987  Settlingstones witherite mine. Industrial Heritage 5(3), 23 - 25.

 

Anon  1987  [Slate mining]  Newsl. Lakeland Mines & Quarries Trust, Spring 1987, 3 - 9.

 

Anon  1987  Tunnelling in salt: a major development project at the Winsford salt mine.  Mine & Quarry 16(10), 9 - 10 [Cheshire: the mine supplies 80% of UK rock salt requirement for de-icing roads - c. 2.25 Mt p.a. The first two shafts were sunk, to approx. 150m, in 1844]

 

Anon  1987  Westhumble bat cave. Nature Line 76m page 7 [Surrey: Mickleham: new secure entrance to underground chalk quarry]

 

Anon  1987  What Penrhyn is doing to revitalise the Welsh slate industry, a company profile. Roofing Contractor [Jl. National Federation of Roofing Contractors] 26(261), 13 - 15.

 

Anon  1988  Afforestation threat to classic Arran site: Ard Bheinn SSSI, Arran. Earth Science Conservation 25, 49 - 51.

 

Anon  1988  Archer Wood. Nl. Unit 2 CRE 1988/1, page 13 [Sussex: limestone mine]

 

Anon  1988  Assessment of sand and gravel resources to the south of Warwick.  University of Warwick : xxxx

 

Anon  1988  Banwell Hill mines.  Newsl. Axbridge Caving Group, Winter 1988, 24 - 25.

 

Anon  1988  Bid to get sandpit plan accepted. Surrey Mirror, 7 April 1988, page 21 [Surrey: Moorhouse sand pit near Oxted]

 

Anon  1988  British Coal powers: subsidence law is possible. The Times, 14th  June 1988 [Legislation suggested to help those whose property is affected by mining subsidence]

 

Anon  1988  Checks for gas at tip will be 'the best yet'  Surrey Mirror, 11 August 1988 [Betchworth chalk pits: proposed landfill site / methane monitoring]

 

Anon  1988  Commissioned research report: geological conservation in quarries.  Earth Science Conservation 25, 58 – 61 [Report by Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners]