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Daniel Clark

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1894
1902.

of Waterloo Foundry, St. Nicholas Street, Carlisle

1849 Advert: 'WATERLOO FOUNDRY, CARLISLE.
DANIEL CLARK (Successor to Thomas Burgess, deceased,) begs to announce to his Friends and the Public generally that has PURCHASED the STOCK-IN-TRADE, together with the Book Debts, and entered upon the BUSINESS and Premises of the late Thomas Burgess, deceased, and Iron and Brass Founder, situate in Water Street, CARLISLE, where in future the Business will be carried on by him in all the various branches ; and having been for many years in the employment of the late Thomas Burgess, hopes, by attention to orders, which will be executed with the utmost neatness and despatch and at the lowest remunerating prices, to merit a share of public patronage and support so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor for upwards of twenty years. N.B.—All Debts due to, or owing by the late Thomas Burgess, will be received and paid him.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Carlisle Journal, 4 May 1849