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Marr, Gallie and Co

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New-street, Edinburgh, Great New-street, Gough-square, London

Letter Founders and Printers' Joiners

1846 Purchased by Marr, Gallie and Co. 'MARR, GALLIE, and Co., Letter Founders and Printers' Joiners New-street, Edinburgh, Great New-street, Gough-square, London, beg to inform Letterpress Printers that they have PURCHASED the entire PLANT and GOODWILL of the BUSINESS of "THE GLASGOW LETTER FOUNDRY." established so far back as 1742, and for many years past in under the firm of A. and P. Wilson, and in London under the of Alexander Wilson and Sons. These foundries will conducted in the same places and under the same management heretofore...'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Daily News - Thursday 13 August 1846