NEIMME: papers

Papers published by members of the NEIMME

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Eur Ing NORMAN JACKSON THE HARTLEY COLLIERY DISASTER - 16th January 1862 - 150 Years Ago
LES TURNBULL

THE MONTAGU FAMILY OF EAST DENTON HALL

PROFESSOR F.B.HINSLEY, D.Sc.,C.Eng., F.I.Min.E.
G. C. GREENWELL THE COAL FIELD OF EAST SOMERSET
LIEUT.-COLONEL D. DALE LOGAN, D.S.O., M.D., D.P.H. THE DIFFICULTIES AND DANGERS OF MINE-RESCUE WORK ON THE WESTERN FRONT; AND MINING OPERATIONS CARRIED OUT BY MEN WEARING RESCUE-APPARATUS.
Richard Howse ON THE GLACIATION OF THE COUNTIES OF DURHAM AND NORTHUMBERLAND
G. A. LEBOUR, F.G.S. LONDON AND BELGIUM, F.R.G.S ON THE "LITTLE LIMESTONE" AND ITS ACCOMPANYING COAL IN SOUTH NORTHUMBERLAND
NICHOLAS WOOD, Esq ON SAFETY LAMPS FOR LIGHTING COAL MINES
HENRY WHITE REMARKS ON LIGHTNING IN THE PIT AT WEST THORNLEY COLLIERY, ON DECEMBER 11TH, 1883
T. D. KENDALL, C.F., F.G.S. THE IRON ORES OF ANTRIM
W. S. GRESLEY TWO SYSTEMS OF WORKING THE MAIN COAL AT MOIRA, IN LEICESTERSHIRE
NICHOLAS WOOD, Esq Inaugural Address Delivered to the members of the North of England Institute of Mining Engineers and Others Interested in the Prevention of Accidents in Mines, and in the Advancement of Mining Science Generally. September 3rd, 1852
T. Y. HALL PENETRATING DANGEROUS GASES
EDWIN GILPIN, M.A.F.G.S NOTES ON THE COAL MEASURES AND LOWER CARBONIFEROUS STRATA OF WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND
CHARLES WAWN A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF OPENING BRIDGES
John Rutherford COAL-FIELDS OF NOVA SCOTIA
MR. JOS. BEWICK. REMARKS ON THE ORE AND IRONSTONE OF ROSEDALE ABBEY
His Son, J. W. MARLEY MEMOIR OF JOHN MARLEY
  THE NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. EXCURSION MEETING OF ASSOCIATES AND STUDENTS HELD AT WOODHORN COLLIERY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1902
  Information on Woodhorn Colliery
By C. LIDDELL APPARATUS FOR CLOSING THE TOP OF THE UPCAST-SHAFT AT WOODHORN COLLIERY.
By H. H. HAYDEN Mineral Production of India during 1916 and 1917
F. N. WOODHEAD, M.Amer.I.M.M.E. COAL-MINING IN THE RANIGANJ AND JHARIA COALFIELDS. INDIA

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Richard Warrior, Colin Gregg and Mark Dowdall

The Reduction of Noise & Dust from Surface Mining Plant
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Richard S Courtney

A suggestion for meeting the UK Government’s renewable energy target because the adopted use of windfarms cannot meet it
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SIR THOS. BURDON A notice from Jesmond Colliery (1826)
Gentleman’s magazine, 1765 (Sep. 30) Trouble during the strikes on Tyneside (1765)
Richard Grainger A PROPOSAL CONCENTRATING THE TERMINI OF THE NEWCASTLE AND CARLISLE, THE GREAT NORTH OF ENGLAND, AND PROPOSED EDINBURGH RAILWAYS (1836)
  An early 19th century song about Ryhope Coal
  A catalogue of the lamps formerly in the Institute collection (1946)
  Rules of a Miner's Society formed at the Groat Market in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1812
  VISIT TO THE STONECROFT AND GREYSIDE LEAD MINES, THE PRUDHAM QUARRIES, AND THE SETTLING STONES LEAD MINES, OCTOBER 13TH, 1877
MR. JAMES BARROWMAN Slavery in the Coal Mines of Scotland (1897)
Transactions of the Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Vol. XXXII, 1882-3, pp.55-7 VISIT TO THE CHANNEL TUNNEL WORKS, NOVEMBER 18th, 1882
  Evidence given to the Children's Employment Commission on the employment of children underground: Chapter 1: Ages of children employed underground
  Evidence given to the Children's Employment Commission on the employment of children underground: Chapter 5: Conditions of work for children in mines
Transactions of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers Vol. XXXIV, 1886-7, pp. 201-217 PROGRAMME OF THE EXCURSIONS MADE DURING THE VISIT OF THE MINING ENGINEERS TO NEWCASTLE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4TH
J. R. Boyle, F. S. A. County Durham Industries - Coal Mining. From : Comprehensive Guide to the County of Durham
  Electric Coal-Cutting Plant at the Lambton
Collieries, Co., Durham.
  Mr. J. B. Atkinson, H.M.I.M.
  The College of Science, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  First Mining School in England
Alan Vickers Plain Pit, Rainton Colliery, project
Russell Wear & Alan Vickers The Grange Iron Company, Gilesgate, Durham, 1867 – 1926
Alan Vickers Silksworth Colliery, Surface Buildings and Plant
Edited by Alan Vickers Types of coal sold on the London Market, 1852-59, as quoted in the Illustrated London News
Edited by Alan Vickers Coal Prices on the London Market, 1852-59, as quoted in the Illustrated London News
Thomas Unthank Colliery Juries and Inquests (c.1844)
Possibly by Thomas Unthank Improper lamps and other lights in coal mines (c.1844)
Possibly by Thomas Unthank Improper persons employed in coal mines (c.1844)
Thomas Brown, History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club, Edinburgh, 1843, pp. 44-6 The Game of Ball as played in Dunse on Fastern Eve (1843)
Robert Wilson MD, Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists Club, 1863-4, vol. VI, p.200 The Coal Miners of Durham and Northumberland: their Habits and Diseases (1863)
GEORGE HAROLD GREENWELL. From the Transactions of the Institute of Mining Engineers, Vol. XLV, 1912-13, pp.88-106 THE JHERRIA COAL-FIELD (INDIA) AND ITS FUTURE DEVELOPMENT (1912)
  A LETTER FROM THE DEAD TO THE LIVING; OR THE COLLIER BOY AND HIS MOTHER BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE DREADFUL INUNDATION OF HEATON COLLIERY, ON MAY 3RD, 1815, BY WHICH FORTY-ONE MEN AND THIRTY-FOUR BOYS LOST THEIR LIVES. 
JOHN GEO. SWINDELL. CHAPTER III. PRACTICE OF WELL-DIGGING TREATISE ON WELL-DIGGING, BORING, AND PUMPING ETC., ETC., ETC. 1849
  COPY Of CORRESPONDENCE between the Secretary of State and the Government of India, with Reports from Local Governments, respecting the Employment of Women and Children in the Underground Workings of Indian Mines (1890-91)
JOHN RICHARDSON, (ST. JOHN'S VALE, KESWICK) THE CUMBERLAND DIALECT (1875)
R. N. WORTH, Plymouth, Corresponding Member of the Institution Two Old Mining Patents of 1575 (1872)
W. B. SCOTT HISTORY OF MINING IN SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE (1886)
MR. EDWARD TINDALL, OF BRIDLINGTON REMARKS ON THE EXTINCT FAUNA OF THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE (1869)
G. HENRY KINAHAN Notes on the similarity of some of the Cornish rock-names and miners' terms, to Irish words (1871)
  Letter on the ills of railway speculation, 1836