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tence of mining operations, and misapplying them .
mine, and soliciting supplies on false pretences
Of the Fund and Bank of Supplies.
14. Of the qualifications which must be submitted to the Royal Tribunal by
persons proposing for supplies
16. Of the terms on which the supplies are to be furnished, and laying them
16. Of the terme Royal Tribunators to mines supi
17, 18. Of appointing interventors to mines supplied by the Bank, and of
their duties, .
Of Surveyors for the operation of Mines, and the reduction of the metals from ore.
tend the mines and establishments, and of the appointment and descrip-
tion of the mining professors, and surveyors of reduction.
ing to be employed in the mines
desiring to be employed in the reducing establishments .
and surveyors of reduction :
in their visits, and of their fees
15. Of the specimens of ores to be delivered by the Mine- owners and sup-
pliers to the college
4. Of applying the produce of Mines or establishments in case of sequestration ib.
8. Of the eligibility of Mine-owners and administrators to the office of magis-
trate or governor, and of their privilege of excusing themselves . ib.
and buying provisions ; and of their liberty to hunt, fish, &c. and other
. . .
11. Of the prohibition of gambling and other shameful diversions among the
13. Of the duties of the council of the Indies, the Royal Audiencies and Tri-
bunals, the Viceroy, Captains and Commandants General, Governors,
lands, and those of other persons to seek them
framed by some of the viceroys, and of the ordinances in force in Peru
Of registering mines of gold and silver, and of entering in the register the sales,
transfers and alterations of the boundaries of such mines; how and be-
ing mines, especially the precarious gift or loan . . . 293