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  • In a word, I kept the due state of man worth a hundred thousand dollars prospectively, and likely to reach absolute affluence when that silver-mine sale should be ultimately achieved in the east.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • In a word, I kept the due state of man worth a hundred thousand dollars prospectively, and likely to reach absolute affluence when that silver-mine sale should be ultimately achieved in the east.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Canadian mining company Greystar Resources Ltd. expects to invest between $500 million and $600 million at its Angostura gold - and silver-mine project in northeastern Colombia over the next five years, said Frederick Felder, Greystar's executive vice president.

    Miners Invest in Colombia

  • Barclays Capital estimates silver-mine production will rise 6.5% this year, faster than 2007's 3.6%, causing "the largest surplus in over 20 years."

    Fundamentals Begin to Weigh On Silver

  • She was the child of a military officer, and had come out there with her sister, who was married to one of the owners of the silver-mine, and who had three children with her.

    The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

  • The reason of its being so called, was, that the English colony owned and worked a silver-mine over on the mainland, in Honduras, and used this Island as a safe and convenient place to store their silver in, until it was annually fetched away by the sloop.

    The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

  • She was the child of a military officer, and had come out there with her sister, who was married to one of the owners of the silver-mine, and who had three children with her.

    The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

  • The reason of its being so called, was, that the English colony owned and worked a silver-mine over on the mainland, in Honduras, and used this Island as a safe and convenient place to store their silver in, until it was annually fetched away by the sloop.

    The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

  • Portuguese expected that a fabulous silver-mine would be rediscovered.

    A Popular Account of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition to the Zambesi and Its Tributaries

  • A short time since an English physician returned to England from Copiapó, taking with him the profits of one share in a silver-mine, which amounted to about 24,000 pounds sterling.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

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