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Paris Exposition: Metal, Mines,

Source: The Illustrated London News, Nov.17, 1855, p.579


LARGE MEDAL OF HONOUR.—J. Logan, Montreal.

MEDAL OF HONOUR.—Geological Society.

FIRST CLASS MEDALS.—Ministry of Commerce, London: Bagnall and Son; Bankart and Sun, Neath, Glamorganshire ; Bowling Iron Company, Bowling ; Butterly Iron Company; Colebrook Dale; Council of the Duchy of Cornwall ; Cwm Avon Iron Company; Cwm Celyn and Blaina ; Dowlais? Iron Company; Dundyvan Iron Company; Griffith, Dublin; Mersey Iron and Steel Company, Staffordshire ; Oakes and Co.; Rhymney Iron Company; Shelton Iron Company; C. Sopwith, Allenhead, Northumberland; Weardale Iron Company.

SECOND CLASS MEDALS.—Barrows and Hall; Blaenavon Iron Company; Gartsherrie ; Great Consolidated Copper Mining Company, Devonshire; Philosophical Institute, Bristol; Knight and Co.; H. Mackworth, Clifton, Gloucestershire; Millington and Co.; G. H. Ramsy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; Tredegar Iron Company; J. Wales, Helton Colliery, Durham; Ystalyfera Iron Company.

HONOURABLE MENTION.—Abercoun Works; Anthracite Steam Fuel Company, Carmarthenshire; British Iron Co.; Calder and Co.; H. Carr, Peterborough; Hon. Edward Chitty, Jamaica; Clay and Newman, Droitwich; Lebbe Pacquier Tumby, Colombo, Ceylon; Lilleshall; W. Murray, Glasgow; Mylne, London; Noak, Droitwich; Osier-Bed Iron Company; J. J. Reid, Chester; Rogers's Coal-mines, Albercan, South Wales; Samuelson and Co.; De Soisa, Ceylon; Tipton, Carr, and Co.