Punch, 52 (1867), 114.
Pigs of Great Price
Steamships, Metallurgy, Analytical Chemistry
Discusses news that the value of pig iron used to pave dockyards has been analysed by Ryland and Co and John Percy who agree that it is more valuable than thought by Charles Seely. Suggests that this iron is a kind of 'prize pig'.
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