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Joseph Richmond and Co of Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, London were engineers.
?? Walter Whiting became a partner
1880 Made 'Gough's' printing machine. 
1883 Mentioned as Whiting and Richmond, engineers.
c.1887 Responsible for electric light installation at Whiteleys department store in London
1888 Hydraulic lift for the Columbus Monument, Barcelona. Four section telescopic ram giving a total lift of 134 ft 
1890 Steam pumps for fire protection. Image and details in 'The Engineer' 
1894 Richmond's lift with Carey's water economiser 
1906 Advertisement. Joseph Richmond and Co, Cirencester. Castings especially for Motor Cylinders and Bearings.
1907 Bankruptcy. Company formed in 1891 to acquire the businesses at New Inn Iron Works, Burdett Road, Bow, and at Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. From 1904-06 the business was carried on at Cirencester.