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" Scignory, shall belong to us ; therefore, no one shall presume to work them without our special license and command ; and also the salt springs, basins and wells, which are for making salt, shall belong to us... "
A collection of mining laws of Spain and Mexico - Page 4
by New Spain, Mexico - 1859 - 649 pages
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A compilation of Spanish and Mexican law: in relation to mines ..., Volume 1

Land titles - 1851 - 663 pages
...without royal licence. All minerals of gold, silver, lead and every other metal whatsoever to our realms belong to us ; therefore no one shall presume to work them without our especial licence and command ; and in like manner salt fountains, reservoirs and springs, which are...
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Journal: Appendix. Reports

California. Legislature - California - 1857
...as follows : " All minerals of gold, silver, lead, and every other metal whatsoever, in our realms belong to us ; therefore no one shall presume to work them without our special license acd command." Law П., by John I., moderated this rule, and permitted any person to dig or work mines...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1880
...metal whatever, of whatsoever kind it may be, in our royal seigniory shall belong to us, therefore iu> one shall presume to work them without our special...and wells which are for making salt, shall belong to ue, wherefore we command that they revert to us with the produce of the whole thereof, and that no...
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Mining, mineral, and geological law: a treatise on the law of the United ...

Charles Harmonas Shamel - Law - 1907 - 627 pages
...gold and lead, and of any other metal whatever, of whatsoever kind it may be, 'in our Royal Seigniory, shall belong to us; therefore, no one shall presume...the salt springs, basins, and wells, which are for the making of salt, shall belong to us." 2 England. In England, during the early period of its...
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International Mining Law

Theodore Francis Van Wagenen - Mining law - 1918 - 342 pages
...ABSTRACTED All minerals of gold, silver, lead and every other metal whatsoever in our realms belongs to us; therefore no one shall presume to work them without our especial license and command; wherefore we command that the rents derived therefrom be paid to us,...
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