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  • ...ing Company. The company started making a new type of accumulator: the Elwell-ParkerThe Electrician, volume 11, 1883. The company admitted that the 1884 Ceased manufacturing horseshoes. Soon after the name was changed to Elwell-Parker. Mr Charles Moseley of Manchester became chairman; 30 employees htt
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  • 1883 Elwell-Parker accumulators successfully tested at the Bush Hill estate. 1887 Elwell left Elwell-Parker. This appears to have been due to the large debts incurred by the failure
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