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1838 ' On Friday week, an enormous boiler attracted the attention o many whilst being conveyed from the foundry of Messrs. Edwards and Co., of Hanley, to Lord Talbot's collieries, at Brereton. It was 25 feet long, 10½ wide, and high.'<ref>Staffordshire Advertiser, 2 November 1839</ref>
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1839 ' On Friday week, an enormous boiler attracted the attention of many whilst being conveyed from the foundry of Messrs. Edwards and Co., of Hanley, to Lord Talbot's collieries, at Brereton. It was 25 feet long, 10½ wide, and high.'<ref>Staffordshire Advertiser, 2 November 1839</ref>
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Note: It is assumed that the Edwards referred to is Joseph - yet to be confirmed.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:23, 2 October 2014

1839 ' On Friday week, an enormous boiler attracted the attention of many whilst being conveyed from the foundry of Messrs. Edwards and Co., of Hanley, to Lord Talbot's collieries, at Brereton. It was 25 feet long, 10½ wide, and high.'[1]

Note: It is assumed that the Edwards referred to is Joseph - yet to be confirmed.

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  1. Staffordshire Advertiser, 2 November 1839