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T. Harding and Son (Bristol)

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1812 Advert: 'Iron-Founders, and Smiths in general.
FUSSELL's PATENT FORGE BELLOWS,
Manufactured by T. Harding and Son, Bristol, who have appointed John Edwards, Ironmonger, in the City of Hereford, John and Thos. Edwards, Kington, and John Ross, sole Agents for the above-mentioned Towns and Neighbourhood. These Bellows will not take more than half room necessary for the common ones, require less strength to work them, may be fixed with the greatest ease, and scarce any more expense than the usual Bellows. N. B. One of the above Bellows may be seen in use at J. Edwards's Smoke-Jack and Stove-Grate Manufactory, No. 4, Widemarsh-street, and kept by each of the other Agents for Sale, where every information respecting them will be given.'[1]



Possibly connected with Fussell and Co of Frome?

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Sources of Information

  1. Hereford Journal - Wednesday 22 July 1812