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Rutland Works (Dublin)

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of Dolphin's Barn, Dublin

1822 Advert: 'AUCTION. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, at Rutland Works, Dolphin's-barn, on WEDNESDAY, the 17th of April inst.,
1 Steam Engine, eight-horse power, on the high-pressure principle, made at the Phoenix Foundery, Liverpool, with Cast Iron Boiler, Shafts and Spur Wheels. This Engine, at a small expence, could be applied to a Corn Mill, Brewery, or Distillery.
2 Single Wash [Dash?] Wheels, with Shafts, Frame and Spur Wheels.
1 Padding Machine.
1 Calender with Metal and Paper Roller, for Hot-Calendering.
1 large Copper Pan.
1 small ditto
2 Metal Pans.
2 Indigo Mills, with Rollers.
1 large Wood Kieve.
1 Large Metal Stove, with Metal Tubes.
A quantity of Tin Rollers, Lead Pipes.
Metal Shafts and Wheels, Old Iron, &c.
FRANKLIN, Auctioneer.' [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Dublin Evening Post - Saturday 13 April 1822