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Richard Dudgeon

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January 1872.
13th June 1872.
28th June 1872.
1873. Rotary engine.

Richard Dudgeon (1819-1895) Engineer, of New York.

1819 Born in Tain, Scotland

'Inventor, Patentee and Sole Maker of the Hydraulic Jack, Hydraulic Punch, Roller Tube Expander, Steam Hammers etc.'[1] of 114 Fenchurch Street, London E.C. and 24 Columbia Street, New York.

See here for a great deal of information about Richard Dudgeon and his work.

1895 Obituary [2]

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