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Harland Coal Colliery (United Kingdom)

A Feversham Memorandum of 1782 states that Anthony Stonehouse and Thomas Ward agree to lease “a colliery call’d Harland which is said Thomas Ward hath drifted in and is now fit for working”. The Colliery had already therefore been worked pre 1782 and a requirement of the lease was to “keep the drain in sufficient repair”.

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