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Schunck, Mylius, and Co

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of Leeds

1835. Partnership change. '...Cornelius Charles Souchay, Martin Schunck, Henry Mylius, John Daniel Souchay, Charles Isaac Souchay, and Frederick William Benecke, Merchants, in the city of London, at Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, and at Leeds, in the county of York, under (he firm of Schunck, Mylius, and Company, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, so fur as relates to the said Henry Mylius, who retires from the concern. All debts due to and owing from the said copartnership will be received and paid by the remaining partners, who. will continue the business under the firm of Schunck, Souchay, and Co...'.[1]

Became Schunck, Souchay and Co

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