When a mine is open, the sinking of a new pit in the same vein or seam, or breaking ground in a new place in the same rock, is not necessarily opening a new mine1. However, the sinking of a shaft for the purpose of working a mineral not worked in an existing open mine is an opening of a new mine2.
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