How to use Sea-coal in a sentence

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  • In old English writings the terms pit-coal and sea-coal are commonly used.

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  • In 1384 Lord Neville received licence to dig for sea-coal in Bamburgh, and mines of coal and lead existed there as late as 168 1.

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  • In London, the term " sea-coal " once meant coal shipped to London River in Tyne collier brigs from innumerable Tyne coal staithes.

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