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Paulin and Herne

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1838 Advert: 'To Engineers, Iron founders. Builders, and Others. — Materials of a new-built Engine bouse. Forty Tons Iron Casting, and Effects, Kensington.
By Mr. HERNE, (late Paulin and Herne,) on WEDNESDAY, March 28, at Eleven, on the Premises, near the Lillie Arms, North-end-road, Kensington, THE valuable new Erection of Engine-house, Pan tiles, rafters, stone, bricks, doors and window-frames, ironwork, cast-iron tubes frem 16 to 20 cwt. each, large iron tank, two mahogany writing-tables, and a variety of other effects ; which may be viewed on Tuesday and till the time of sale on Wednesday. Catalogues had on the Premises; the Crown Tavern, Kensington ; and of the Auctioneer, No. 33, Lombard-street, and High-street, Shadwell.

'To Engineers, Soap, Oil, Candle-manufacturers, Packers, and Others.— Capital Hydraulic and other Presses, powerful Air-pumps, Coppers, two tun of Cocoa-nut Oil, covered Van on Springs, Vats, Casks, &c., Brook-street, Ratcliff.—By Mr. HERNE (late Paulin and Herne), on FRIDAY, March 23, at Twelve, on the Premises, Brook-street, Ratcliff, corner of Caroline-street, by direction of the Proprietor, THE valuable Effects, consisting of an Hydraulic Press equal to 600 tons pressure, five large wrought-iron screw-presses, with metal boxes and frames, wrought iron plates, two very powerful new air pumps, four iron mains, two large melting coppers with brick and ironwork, new covered van on springs, a truck, two tun of cocoa-nut oil, gallons lamp-oil, new tin cans from one to ten gallons each, bell-shaped and other vats, casks, beam and planks, useful wood, and a great variety of other articles, which may be viewed on Thursday, and till the time of sale on Friday.
Catalogues had on the Premises; of Mr. Nethersole, Solicitor, No. 3, New Inn-buildings, Strand; and of the Auctioneer, No. 33, Lombard street, and High-street, Shadwell.'[1]

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  1. Morning Advertiser, 17 March 1838