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Foley's Foundry (Dublin)

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of 118 Abbey Street, Dublin

1810 advert: 'BELL FOUNDERY and BRASS Manufactory.
The assortment of BELLS of the most excellent tones, are now ready for Sale, at FOLEY’s FOUNDERY, No. 118, Abbey-street, Dublin — where is manufactured every description of Brass, as used by Ironmongers, Smiths, Coach-makers, Cabinet-makers, &c. &c. with every other sort of Brass Work now in use.— Those who buy to sell again, will, on trial, find every article of the very best kind, and at the most reduced prices. The highest price given for old Copper, Brass, &c. &c. —A BREWING COPPER for sale, which contains between 30 and 40 barrels.' [1]

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  1. Dublin Evening Post, 13 November 1810