Coal

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  • /1-2 On coal: its importance in manufactures and trade. Delivered in the Carpenters' Hall, Manchester, 16 January 1867. Science Lectures for the People, Lecture IX. 2 copies.
  • /3 On the probable exhaustion of our coal mines. Lecture delivered to the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 13 March 1868.
  • /4-142 Miscellaneous general notes on coal.
  • /143-72 Miscellaneous notes on substitutes for coal, and on other fuels and sources of power.
  • /173-78 Newscuttings on the same subject.
  • /179-220 Newscuttings and other printed items on coal in general. 42 items.
  • /221 Notes on the importance of coal, from Taylor's statistics. Report to the stockholders of the Schuylkill Navigation Companyby Charles Ellet, 1865.
  • /222 On coal; a lecture by W. Boyd Dawkins delivered in the Hulme Town Hall, Manchester, 22 November 1870. Science Lectures for the People, Second Series, 4th Lecture.
  • /223 More about coal: how coal and the strata in which it is found were formed.; a lecture by A. H. Green, delivered in the Hulme Town Hall, Manchester, 15 February 1871. Science Lectures for the People, Second Series, 8th Lecture.
  • /224 The coal question.By E. Tawney. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Bristol Naturalists' Society, vol. 1, part 1, 1873.
  • /225 The history of coal; an introductory lecture delivered before the Principal, members of the staff, and students of the evening classes of King's College, London, 4 October 1878, by the Rev. Thomas Wiltshire. Miscellaneous notes.