The illustrated exhibitor: a tribute to the world's industrial jubilee — London, 1851

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Saxony is one of the most important manufacturing
countries of continental Europe, and a careful examination
of the goods exhibited in the Saxon department, and the
prices at which they are sold, tends forcibly to impress on
our minds the consciousness that in Saxony we have an

extent of its mineral riches. Upwards of 500 mines are
worked, employing about 11,000 workmen, and between
50,000 and 60,000 persons derive their subsistence from
mining industry and the manufacture of metallurgical

products.

AMAZON ON HORSEBACK. A BASSO-RELIEVO IN CARRARA MARBLE.—BY Q. MAX, OP PRAGUE.

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active competitor in many of the markets of the globe

Mbdr^^-^^^ S.aX°ny has sent specimens of
cobalt, nickel, bismuth, &c. Mining is one of the win

equal the district called Erzgeberge in the variety and

Cotton-silk goods are exhibited from Chemnitz, the
principal manufacturing town in Saxony. The cotton
goods, especially stockings, for which it is chi^dy cele-
brated, and to which it owes its present celebrity, rival
the productions from our own country in quality and









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