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" This being one of the greatest and most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very •confined... "
A collection of mining laws of Spain and Mexico - Page 234
by New Spain, Mexico - 1859 - 649 pages
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The ordinances of the mines of New Spain tr., with observations upon the ...

Spain statutes - 1825 - 1783 pages
...greatest and most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the Miners, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude and richness of...
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A compilation of Spanish and Mexican law: in relation to mines ..., Volume 1

Land titles - 1851 - 663 pages
...causes of litigation and dissension among the Miners, and considering that the 'limits establishsd in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude and richness of...
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In the United States District Court,

ARCHIBALD C.PEACHY - 1860
...most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among miners : Wherefore, and considering also that the limits established in the Mines of these kingdoms,...that in Mines which shall hereafter be discovered in a new vein, or without neighbors, (sin vednos), the following dimensions shall be observed." "Art....
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Mining Laws and Forms: Being a Compilation of the Statutes of California and ...

Mining law - 1864 - 183 pages
...greatest and most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very •confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude, and richness...
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Letter From the Secretary of the Treasury

1867
...greatest and ;inost frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude, and richness...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1867
...greatest anil most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude, and richness...
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Reports upon the mineral resources of the United States

John Ross Browne, United States. Dept. of the Treasury, James Wickes Taylor - Gold mines and mining - 1867 - 360 pages
...greatest and most frequent canses of litigation and dissension among the miner,«, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitnde, and richness...
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THE MINES OF THE WEST

ROSSITER W. RAYMOND - 1869
...greatest and most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners — and considering that the limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude, and richness...
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Mineral resources of the states and territories, Volume 1

Rossiter Worthington Raymond, United States. Dept. of the Treasury - Mines and mineral resources - 1869
...and most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners — and considering that Ihe limits established in the mines of these kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulaled, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude and richness of...
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Peru [a Handbook] ...

International Bureau of the American Republics - Peru - 1892 - 145 pages
...greatest and most frequent causes of litigation and dissension among the miners, and considering that the limits established in the mines of these Kingdoms, and by which those of New Spain have been hitherto regulated, are very confined in proportion to the abundance, multitude, and richness...
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