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George Dawes (2)

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George Dawes

1859 Patent. '1538. And George Dawes, of Milton Iron Works, in the parish of Hoyland, in the county of York, Ironmaster, and Charles John Carr, of Hoyland aforesaid, Engineer, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of "certain improvements in atmospheric and vacuum hammers and stamps, part of which improvements is also applicable to steam and other engines."'[1]

1885 'George Dawes, Esq., Milton Iron Works, Elsecar.'[2]

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