A History of the Trade in Tin: A Short Description of Tin Mining and Metallurgy; a History of the Origin and Progress of the Tin-plate Trade. And a Description of the Ancient and Modern Processes of Manufacturing Tin-plates

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G. Bell and sons, 1880 - Tin - 219 pages
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Page 8 - During the recess of the tide the intervening space is left dry, and they carry over abundance of tin to this place in their carts.
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