the stuff, being composed of smalls
Fig. 3. — View of Washing-plant and Surface-arrangements at Greenside Mines
cropped from border
ex Wm. H. Borlase. “Description of the Lead-Ore Washing Plant at the Greenside Mines, Patterdale.” General Meeting of The North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers (at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1903), in
Transactions of the Institution of Mining Engineers 25 (1902-1903) : 331-339
University of Michigan copy, digitized December 13, 2008
something about the way — the immediate way, as complex gray masses — these present themselves.
had been searching “conditionals” + “transactions.”
Greenside Road, Patterdale, Cumbria, UK here (site at vertex of Ulls Water?).
epigram from p 333.
tags: classification; conditionals; lead; surface arrangements; Wm. H. Borlase, “Description of the Lead-Ore Washing Plant” (1903)