New Rosario Silver Mining Company Records, 1858-1870 (bulk 1870) (MSS 725)

Extent: 1 Linear feet (4 oversize folders)

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Business documents and correspondence related to the New Rosario Silver Mining Company, a British company with mines located in Mexico. The bulk of the materials are dated 1870 and deal mainly with the formation of the company.

The New Rosario Silver Mining Company was formed by the purchase of La Eucarnación, Nuevo Rosario, San Francisco, San Pedro and other small mining properties near the Real del Monte mining district of Mexico. In 1870, investors Charles Morris and John Morkill purchased the properties from John Dickinson Brunton, continuing the tradition of British mining operations in the district.

The records of the New Rosario Silver Mining Company are comprised of business correspondence, articles of agreement, receipts, and reports meant to entice potential stockholders. Also included are additional articles of agreement for other ventures, including the Morro da Gloria Gold Mining Company.

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Oversize FB-492 Folder 4
Other companies - Articles of agreement for miscellaneous gold companies, 1870 & undated