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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAPPERS PIT No 1 Cappers Coal Pit No.1(Ironstone)
Cappers Coal Pit No.1 (Ironstone)
Thomas Wardrop Foreman
Mr. William McKinlay
009 [situation] About ½ of a Mile W. by S. [West by South] from Torbane

This pit is situated a short distance S.W. [South West] of "Snab" and N.W. [North West] of Cappers Plantation - It is 24 fathoms in depth and worked by an engine 15 horse power, The seam including Parrat & Rough Coal & Ironstone is from 2 feet 10 inches to 3 feet 6 inches in thickness - It is worked by the Shotts Iron Company
CAPPERS PIT No 2 Cappers Coal Pit No.2
Cappers Coal Pit No.2
Thomas Wardrop
Mr. William McKinlay
009 [situation] About ¼ of a mile W. by S. [West by South] from Torbane

Is situated 12 Chains East of No 1 Pit & North of Cappers Plantation - It is 33 fathoms to the Seam which is from 3 to 4 feet 10 inches in thickness including Rough & Parrat Coal with Ironstone, the latter varying from 6 to 12 inches - The Water engine is 35 and the winding engine is 15 horse power - It is wrought by the Shotts Iron Company

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