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The British empire gives occupation to more than one-third of the persons employed in mining and quarrying in the world.
Some men quarrying for stone struck upon it and thus the long-lost site of the town was found.
In this latter capacity he acquired the skill in quarrying, on which his fame chiefly rests.
This formation was first noticed by the officers of the garrison, who directed the quarrying of stone at this spot.
The industries include paper-making, dyeing and sandstone quarrying, but limestone and coal have also been worked.
In one instance I saw the husband quarrying stones, and the wife and children dragging them along in an old cart to the building.
He was distinguished for his extensive scientific and practical knowledge of metalliferous mining and stone quarrying.
Many of these are of vast extent, and were doubtless formed by quarrying the rocks and mountains for building materials.
In the early days of coal-mining, open working, or quarrying from Methods of working.
But the officer persisted; he was sent up and reported to the deputy warden, who set him to quarrying rock.
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