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Isaac Teasdale and Co

From Graces Guide

of Carlisle

Makers of Nipits pastilles; and of 'Chesties'

1873 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership between the undersigned, Isaac Teasdale and John Craig, in the business of Manufacturing Confectioners, at the Friggate Works, in the city of Carlisle, under the firm of Teasdale and Craig, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. And in future the business will be 'carried on by the said Isaac Teasdale, on his separate account...'[1]

1877 Isaac Teasdale and Co, South Vale Works, Carlisle.[2]

1916 The M.D. is Tom Millican.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette Publication date:31 January 1873 Issue:23943 Page:440
  2. Carlisle Patriot - Friday 28 December 1877
  3. Lancashire Evening Post - Friday 07 July 1916