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Such a furnace worked there for many years, until copper smelting was removed from Cornwall to Wales.
The economy of heat in smelting furnaces and in the arated steam-engine were bold means to large results.
But Mr. Leaf tells us that, "by primitive modes of smelting," iron is made "hard and brittle, like cast iron."
On its banks some buildings have been constructed, for the smelting of copper ore.
The Pacific coast has Chicago for her smelting furnace, four large silver mills being located here.
Silver smelting works and manufactures of farming implements were the principal industries.
These coal mines were being worked to supply coke for iron smelting, for which wood-charcoal had previously been employed.
But Trask understood that Doc was initiating them into the mysteries of smelting out gold from sand.
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These gentlemen appear to be extensively engaged in smelting.
Lead is brought in from the smelting furnaces, on heavy ox-teams, capable of carrying several tons at a load.

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