Peak District Mines Historical Society
Promoting and preserving mining heritage
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Catalogue of the Ring Binder ‘Offprints Volume Two’.

1.

'Derbyshire Pipe Veins – Deep Seated Speleogenesis’by Trevor D. Ford
In ‘Cave and Karst Science’ Vol. 37 No. 1 pp. 9-22 2010

2.

'The Ironstone and Iron Workings in the Sheffield Region’by George Frederick Oxtoby
‘The Use of Charcoal in the Sheffield Region’by Denis Price
In ‘The Sorby Record’ December 1959

3.

'On the Remains of some Old Bloomeries formerly existing in Lancashire’by John Kerr
In ‘Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire’ – 4 April 1872

4.

'The Organisation of the Iron Industry in the Western Roman Provinces in the early Empire, with Special Reference to Britain’by Henry Cleere
In ‘OFFA’ – 1983

5.

‘The Transition to Cort’s Puddling Process’by C.R. Morton and N. Mutton
In Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute’ Volume 205 – July 1967

6.

‘The Mining History of Blists Hill’ by Ivor J. Brown
In ‘ N.K.’

7.

'The Bradley Ironworks of John Wilkinson’by G.R. Morton and W.A. Smith
In ‘Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute’ Vol. 204 – July 1966

8.

'Trevithick and the Merthyr Tramroad’by Stanley Mercer – Draft Copy
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Volume 26 pp89-103 – 1947

9.

‘Report on Railways in England in 1826-27’by Carl v. Oeynhausen & Heinrich v. Decken – Draft Copy
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Volume 29 pp1-12 – 1953

10.

'The Fairlie Locomotive – Part 1: The Formative Period’by P.C. Dewhurst – Draft Copy
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Volume 34 pp105-132 – 1961

11.

‘The Crampton Locomotive in England: The Outside Cylinder Rear-Driver Pattern’by P.C. Dewhurst – Draft Copy
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Volume 30 pp99-113 – 1955

12.

'The Crampton Locomotive: Part 2’by P.C. Dewhurst – Draft Copy
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Volume 30 pp115-139 – 1955

13.

'Stephenson Locomotives for the St. Etienne to Lyon Railway, 1828’by E.A. Forward – Draft Copy
In ‘Transactions of the Newcomen Society’ Volume 24 pp89-98 – 1943

14.

‘The Cartwright Steam Engine’by Peter Crabtree
In ‘Shropshire Mining Club Yearbook’ 1964-5 p.54

15.

‘Pentrich Engine Reconsidered’by Cliff Williams
In ‘Newsletter of the North East Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Society’ n.d. but c2010

16.

'Exploration of Caves in the Derbyshire District’by M.C. Burkitt and A.L. Armstrong
In ‘Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science’ Vol. 10 No. 38 Section H – 1953

17.

‘The Pleistocene Mammalian Fauna of Dove Holes, Derbyshire’by H.E.P. Spencer and R.V. Melville
In ‘Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Great Britain’ No. 48 pp43-53 – 1974

18.

‘Geothite from Hindlow, Derbyshire’by Harrison, Aitkenhead, Young and Dagger
In ‘Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Great Britain’ No. 52 pp51-54 – 1975

19.

‘Dreams become Reality’Article about Bill Sarjeant
In ‘The Star, Phoenix’ 24 August 1999

20.

‘Where are They Now’Article about Bill Sarjeant.
In ‘Newsletter of the American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists’ Vol. 25 No. 2 – April 1992

21.

‘William A.S. Sarjeant, honoured’
In ‘Newsletter of the American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists’ Vol. 29 No. 1 – January 1996

22.

‘News from Saskatoon’Article about Bill Sarjeant
In ‘Newsletter of the Canadian Association of Palynologists’ Vol. 22 No. 1 – May 1999

23.

‘Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’
In ‘Albertiana’ Vol. 27 – December 2002

24.

‘Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’
In ‘Newsletter of the International Subcommission on Jurassic Stratigraphy’ Newsletter 30 – July 2003

25.

'Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’
In ‘Newsletter of the Canadian Association of Palynologists’ Vol. 35 No. 3 – October 2002

26.

‘Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’by Tim Tokaryk
In ‘Geology today’ Vol. 18 No. 6 – November-December 2002

27.

‘Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’by David Spalding
In ‘Annual Report of the Geology Society of London’

28.

‘Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’by Richard J. Howarth
In ‘Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association’ Vol. 114 pp367-374

29.

‘Obituary – Professor W.A.S. Sarjeant’
In ‘Mercian Geologist’ Vol. 15 No. 3 – 2002

30.

‘Limestone Mining in Derbyshire’by own Correspondent
In ‘Cement, Lime and Gravel’ – October 1963

31.

‘The Early Steam Engine in Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
In ‘Edgar Allen News’ Vol. 38 No. 450 – December 1959

32.

‘The Early Steam Engine in Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
In ‘Edgar Allen News’ Vol. 39 No. 452 – February 1960

33.

‘The Early Steam Engine in Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
In ‘Edgar Allen News’ Vol. 39 No. 453 – March 1960

34.

‘The Early Steam Engine in Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
In ‘Edgar Allen News’ Vol. 39 No. 454 – April 1960

35.

‘The Early Steam Engine in Derbyshire’by Frank Nixon
In ‘Edgar Allen News’ Vol. 39 No. 455 – May 1960

36.

‘Lead Mining in 18th Century Ashover’by G.G. Hopkinson
In ‘Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Journal’ Vol. 72 pp1-21 – 1952

37.

‘Thomas Newcomen’s “Fire Machine”’by J.G. Crowther
In ‘New Scientist’ No. 327 pp401-4 – Feb. 1963

38.

'Carsington Pasture Cave, Brassington, Derbyshire: A Prehistoric Burial Site’by A.T. Chamberlain
Fromwww.shef.ac.uk– 2002

39.

‘Bygone Industries of the Peak: Ashford Marble’by Julie Bunting
Fromwww.genuki.org.uk– 2007

40.

‘Vein Minerals of the Mannoch Hill, Scotland’by J. Gordon Todd and Michael J. McMullen
From ‘UK Journal of Mines and Minerals’ No. 9 – 1991

41.

‘Rara Avis in Terris: The Laws and Customs of Lead Mines in West Yorkshire’by A. Raistrick
From ‘Proceedings of the University of Durham Philosophical Society Vol. 1X Part 4 pp180-190 – 1936

42.

‘Dawn to Dusk with a Dales Lead-Miner’by William R. Mitchell
From ‘The Dalesman’ Vol. 18 No. 17 pp355-6 – October 1956

43.

‘Pre-Elizabethan Mining Law, with Special Reference to Alston Moor’by F.J. Monkhouse
From ‘Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society’ Vol. 42 (New Series) pp43-55 – 1942

44.

‘The Medieval Mines of Alston’by Joseph Walton
From ‘Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society’ Vol. 45 (New Series) pp22-33 – 1945