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1885 The Ardwick works were becoming confined by the growth of the city so new works were established at Clayton.
1914 'Chemical Manufacturers, 1, Booth Street, Manchester; Mill Street, Bradford, Manchester; and 6, Oldhall Street, Liverpool. Works Clayton, Manchester. Telegraphic Address: "Tennants," Manchester and Liverpool.'
1853 Manufacturing chemist, of Redcross St, Liverpool
1959 Addresses: Hazelbottom Road, Cheetham, Manchester, and Stour Wharf, London E.3. Products: Acetic acif, formic acid, oxalic acid; acetate of lead; barium chloride; bichromates of potash and soda; copperas; chromic acid and other chrome products; chemicals for tanning; carbonate of potash; chromium oxide; Epsom salts, glucose; iron compounds; manganese; magnesite and magnesium chloride; methylated spirits, solvents and plasticisers.