The Geology of the Central Mineral Belt of Newfoundland
“Concerning the inland commodities, as wel to be drawen from this land (Newfoundland) there is nothing which our East and Northe.rly countries of Europe doe yeelde, but the like also may be made in (it) as plentifully by time and industry: Namely, rosen, pitch . . . metalls, and many moe. All which the couotries will aford, and the soyle is apt to yeelde ... For besides these alreadie recounted and infinite moe, the mountains generally make shew of minerall substance: Iron very common, lead, and somewhere copper. I will not auerre of richer metalls : albeit ... more then hope may be concieued thereot. "
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