III. An account of the damp air in a coal-pit of Sir James Lowther, Bart. Sunk within 20 Yards of the sea; communicated by him to the Royal Society

@article{LowtherIIIAA,
  title={III. An account of the damp air in a coal-pit of Sir James Lowther, Bart. Sunk within 20 Yards of the sea; communicated by him to the Royal Society},
  author={James Lowther},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  volume={38},
  pages={109 - 113}
}
  • James Lowther
  • History
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Sir James Lowther having Occasion to sink a Pit very near the full Sea-Mark, for the draining one of his principal Collieries near Whitehaven, in the Country of Cumberland, which was known would be near 80 Fathom in Depth to the Best Seam of Coals, which is three Yards thick.