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Wilson and Norraway

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of Leicester.

Iron and Brass Founders, Leicester
All sorts of Engines, Mills, and Machinery executed in the best manner, and on the most reasonable terms.
Engineers and Millwrights, supplied with all kinds of metal work, bored and turned with dispatch, on liberal terms, and large quantity of patterns kept for their use. Tbe following machines are got up in the best manner for ready money.
Two horse power fixed Thrashing machines, £50
Four horse ditto £70
Four horse portable ditto, the horse powers and thrashing part being all of iron, and standing and working on their own wheels £90
Salmon's patent Hay-making machines £18 18s.
Patent Horizontal Wind Mills, Horse movements for working all kinds of machinery.
Palisading and Iron Fences of every description.
Ironmongers furnished with kitchen work, &c &c. on the lowest terms.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leicester Journal - Friday 22 September 1815