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" ... boiling his furnace" and making salt with it, effecting a great saving in fuel and economy in the cost of salt. In 1843, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsberry, boring a few rods below, tapped at about 1,000 feet in depth, nature's great gas reservoir of... "
Petroleum and Natural Gas, Precise Levels - Seite 11
von Israel Charles White - 1904 - 625 Seiten
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History of Kanawha County: From Its Organization in 1789 Until the Present ...

George Wesley Atkinson - 1876 - 338 Seiten
...a great saving in fuel and economy in the cost of salt. " In 1843, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsbury, boring a few rods below, tapped, at about 1,000 feet...which it was vented through this bore-hole, that the auger, consisting of a heavy iron sinker, weighing some 500 pounds, and several hundred feet more of...
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Resources of West Virginia

Matthew Fontaine Maury, William Morris Fontaine - 1876 - 430 Seiten
...boring a salt well a short distance above the burning spring' struck a large flow of gas, which he turned to account by "boiling his furnace" and making...1843, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsberry, boring a few "The following is an extract from George Washington's will : " The tract of -which the 123 acres is...
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History of Kanawha County: From Its Organization in 1789 Until the Present ...

George Wesley Atkinson - 1876 - 338 Seiten
...boring a salt well a short distance above the burning spring, struck a large flow of gas, which he turned to account by ' boiling his furnace ' and making...in the cost of salt. "In 1843, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsbury, boring a few rods below, tapped, at about 1,000 feet in depth, nature's great gas reservoir...
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Resources of West Virginia

Matthew Fontaine Maury, William Morris Fontaine - 1876 - 430 Seiten
...as freely as spirits, and is as nearly difficult to extinguish." rods below, tapped at about 1.000 feet in depth, nature's great gas reservoir of this...and the force with which it was vented through this bore hole, that the augur, consisting of a heavj- iron sinker, weighing some 500 pounds, and several...
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Resources of West Virginia

Matthew Fontaine Maury, William Morris Fontaine - 1876 - 430 Seiten
...boring a salt well a short distance above the burning spring, struck a large flow of gas, which he turned to account by ''boiling his furnace" and making...saving in fuel and economy in the cost of salt. In 1848, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsberry, boring a few *Thp following is an extract from George Washington's...
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Magnetic Declination

Richard Urquhart Goode - 1899 - 392 Seiten
...boring a salt well a short distance above the burning spring, struck a large flow of gas, which he turned to account by "boiling his furnace" and making...this region. So great was the pressure of this gas, arid the force with which it was vented through this bore-hole, that the augur, consisting of a heavy...
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Reports, Band 1

1899
...in boring a salt well a short distance above the burning spring, struck a large How of gas, which he turned to account by "boiling his furnace" and making...Shrewsberry, boring a few rods below, tapped at about I, ooo feet in depth, nature's great gas reservoir of this region. So great was the pressure of this...
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West Virginia Geological Survey, Band 1,Teil 1

West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey - 1904
...well a short distance above the burning spring, struck a large flow of gas, which he turned to accoimt by "boiling his furnace'' and making salt with it,...saving in fuel and economy in the cost of salt. In LS43, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsberry, boring a few rods below, tapped at about 1,000 feet in depth,...
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Reports, Band 1,Teil 1

West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey - 1904 - 625 Seiten
...boring a salt well a short distance above the burning spring, struck a large flow of gas, which he turned to account by "boiling his furnace" and making...saving in fuel and economy in the cost of salt. In LS43, Messrs. Dickinson & Shrewsberry, boring a few rods below, tapped at about 1,000 feet in depth,...
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History of West Virginia, Old and New, Band 1

James Morton Callahan - 1923
...rods distant from the Tompkins well, tapped, at a depth of 1,000 feet, nature's great gas reservoir in this region. "So great was the pressure of this gas...which it was vented through this bore-hole that the auger, consisting of a heavy iron sinker weighing some 500 pounds, and several hundred feet more of...
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