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SOURCE: THE GLOBE and Traveller, Wednesday, May 26, 1852.

Globe and Traveller


Thomas Summers and Frederick Summers, Little Britain, gold and silver beaters—John Wellard Freeman and William Hart, Dover, Kent, coal merchants—William Steele and Thomas Forrister, Trentham, brick makers—Robert Thrupp, Charles Henshaw, and Henry East Thrupp (deceased), George street, Portman square, coach makers—George Henry Newton, Robert Wilkin, and Wm. Fletcher Edwards, Liverpool, cement dealers (so far as regards R. Wilkin)—Wm. Johnson Wood, William Walker, and Peter Walker the younger, Manchester, shirt and stock manufacturers—William Lord and William Warburton, Shaw, near Oldham, Lancashire, cotton waste dealers—Henry Sarsfield and Samuel Downing, Liverpool, metal merchants—Alfred Hickman, Joseph H. Pearson?, and Geo. H. Hickman, Bilston, Stafffordshire, iron and timber merchants—John Fisher and Thomas Joce, Barnstaple, Devonshire, wine merchants and porter dealers—George Evans and William Cartwright, Tipton, Staffordshire, iron founders—William Taylor, Samuel Parkin, Thomas Hamblet, and Geo. Warren, Brotherton, Yorkshire glass manufacturers (so far as regards Wm. Taylor)—Robert Swales and John Laidler, Whitby, Yorkshire, rope makers—John Vaughan and Edward Sheldon, Austin friars, merchants—Edward Coward the elder and Wm. E. Meiland, Manchester, check and striped cotton goods manufacturers—Thomas Jones Roberts, and Thomas Roberts, Manchester, provision dealers—George Jubilee Stilwell and William Fletcher, Thomas street, Oxford street, saw makers—Alexander Wild and Jonas Spencer, Bradford, Yorkshire, cotton and warp sizers—Stephen Legg and Wm. Henry Pope, Liverpool, shipwrights—Henry Adams Newman and Benjamin Robinson, Jewry street, Aldgate, wholesale clothiers—Edward Robt. Payne and Charles Payne, Bath, goldsmith and appraisers.