Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Tyson, Richmond and Jones

From Graces Guide

of Liverpool

1865 Dissolution of the Partnership between John Tyson, Richard Richmond, and Joseph Jones, carrying on business at Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, as Merchants and Soap Manufacturers, under the firm of Tyson, Richmond, and Jones, so far as regards the said John Tyson; the business would be carried on under the same firm by the said Richard Richmond and Joseph Jones[1]

1883 Dissolution of the Partnership between Richard Richmond and Joseph Jones, under the style or firm of Tyson, Richmond, and Jones, at Blackstock-street, in the city of Liverpool[2]

1906 Said to be part of the "The Soap Trust", accused of driving up prices, which involved 20 or more firms.[3].

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Sources of Information

  1. London gazette 18 July 1865
  2. London gazette 6 July 1883
  3. Widnes Examiner 27 October 1906