[Volume 1] Mount Lyell mines, Tasmania / compiled and edited by Macnamara Russell, with numerous photographic and other views plans, sections, etc., etc., and accompanied by a large map of "the Lyell mines"

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Mount Lyell is a mountain in the West Coast Range of Western Tasmania, Australia. It has an elevation of 917 meters (3,009 ft) above sea level. The adjacent mountains are Mount Sedgwick to the north and Mount Owen to the south. The mountain was named by Charles Gould in 1863 after geologist Charles Lyell, a supporter of Charles Darwin.

Mount Lyell was also the common short name of the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company.

x, 174 p., [12] leaves of plates, [6] leaves of folded plates ([5] in a pocket at back) : ill. ; 28 cm.

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Publisher: London : Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange

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English

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British Library

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Date Added: 2019-07-31

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