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of London

Probably George Frasi.

1835 Advertisement: For sale: 3 HP high pressure steam engine by Frazi, at the Two Waters paper mill, Hemel Hempstead, by direction of the Executors of Lewis Aubrey[1]

1846 Advertisement: 'Steam flour mill to be sold: with high pressure, bell crank steam engine, of superior workmanship, made by Frazi of London, from two to three horse power'. At Calcula Steam Mills, Molong [2]

1857 Advertisement: Sale of eight horse table engine by Frazi: apply J. Whiley, 2 Mansfield Street, Borough Road, Southwark [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Bucks Herald - Saturday 22 August 1835
  2. The Sydney Morning Herald 14th January 1846
  3. London Standard - Tuesday 20th October 1857