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A SELECTIVE MICROFILM EDITION

PART III (1887-1898)

Thomas E. Jeffrey Microfilm Editor

Gregory Field Theresa M. rolling David W. Hutchings Lisa Gltclman Leonard DcGraaf Dennis D. Madden

Editors

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University Publications of America Bethesda, Maryland 1993

THOMAS A. EDISON PAPERS

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Associate Director and Microfilm Editor

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1889. Mining - Foreign (D-89-52)

This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to mining and ore milling in Canada, Chile, Europe, and New Zealand. Some of the items deal with inquiries about Edison’s ore milling and processing machinery. Other documents pertain to ore samples sent to Edison from various sources. Among the correspondents are Osgood S. Wiley, an Edison agent in the United Kingdom who was dismissed in 1889; James Dredge, the coeditor of Engineering ; and S. J. Ritchie, a businessman seeking to utilize Edison’s ore milling process in Canada.

Approximately 60 percent of the documents have been filmed. The following categories of documents have not been filmed: routine

correspondence regarding foreign mining properties and ore samples sent to Edison for assay; correspondence about Alfred O. Tate’s Canadian business dealings with George D. Dickson and W. H. Dean; letters of transmittal; duplicate copies of selected documents.

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the motive which prompted me to put myself t> the inconvenience of making him advances in the first instance. Thereupon Mr. Wiley explained id me the exceedingly unpleasant and unsatisfactory re¬ lations that he had with Mr. Dredge and that he had recently been obliged to borrow *15 or so from some comparative strangerin order to meet the payments incidental to the erection of the Ore Milling apparatus. Of course you may think that this is nobusiness of nine, but when I point out to you the reason why itis a matter of concern to noyou nay think differently. Mr. Wilv is here in con¬ nection with sons business of yours in which r have nofaing whatever to do. it is true, but at the same time, everybody will naturally suppose that I have something to do with it, and whether I have or not, you are known to have something to do with it and so, your credit, primarily, and mine, by induction, is equally involved in any question of credit concerning Mr. Wiley's operations here. The recent complications with Mr. Dredge and Mr. Wiley compel me to say that if Mr. Wiley is to proceed here with this Ore Milling business as no doubt he is to do, you should have a satisfactory under¬ standing with Mr. Wiley and Mr. Dredge, and make provision for Mr. Wiley s expenses, so as to save all concerned from discredit .

I objected to make Mr. Wiley any advance in faith of your request that I should not do so, but he put his case so strongly that there seemed to be no alternative on my part but to advance him the small

amount required, (and the smaller the amount the greater the scan¬ dal in this case,)which I have accordingly done.

I sincerely trust that there will bo no complications here, arising out of the Oro Milling buiiness, that may prejudice the Phonograph, which, together with your name, is so conspicuous¬ ly before the public, that anybody could do almost anything, having your authority. The greatest danger of all, in a matter of this kind, with a man of the admited inexperience of Mr. Wiley, is the falling into the hands of undesirable people. I wish not to be un¬ derstood as making any criticism on Mr. Wiley to his prejudice or otherwis-e, nor as to his fitness or unfitness for the work he is doing, my;. only solicitude is for your greater interest, as con¬ cerns the Phonograph and my own interest consequent thereon.

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I have been informed that you are desirous of obtaining a mine of .auriferous iron pyrites and as I have a property of that

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letter. Tho ore according to Messrs. E. Balbach & Son's assay carries .aixlsaa dollars & sixty three cents per .ion of .g0fi2 lbs.

I have from five to seven tons of the ore hero that you may have

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am expecting to form a company for smelting it: but I understand that you have a cheaper process, so I should be pleased to hear from you on the subject.

The mine is in Chile, where I have been for The Edison Electric Light Co. for the past five years. The vein is nearly vertical and is explored by two tunnels, one about 100 metres and the other 200 metres long, said tunnels are about 30 metres apart, the vein is from 6, to £ feet thick and with modern machinery can readily turn out one hundred tons of ore daily, 3uch as sample.

The location of the mine is very favorable, being only 1000 metres from the main line of railway in Chile, the climate is

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