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[p. 68] yield reduced to cash, one sum named would mean a weight of ten tons, which in bird shot isn't a homoeopathic dose, though the size is such. Still, the essential fact remains, that Medford mining for lead is a success.

Some years since, it was said, a ‘Marine Salts Co.’ extracted gold from sea water down on the coast of Maine, for ‘divers’ reasons, as its stockholders had cause to remember.

We congratulate the Medford Salt-marsh Mining Associates (not incorporated) on their legitimate success, and the originator of this latest mining scheme for his happy thought, doubtless more profitable than the silver mine in the Fells.

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