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Warwick, Aldred and Co

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of Rotherham

1805. Partnership change. '...Robert Wylde Moult, as Wickersley, and Thomas Olivers Warwick and John Aldred, both of Rotherham, in the County of York, do hereby give Notice, that the Partnership between us, in preparing and vending Chemical Liquors for fixing Dye Colours, and by us carried on at our Manufactory at Rotherham aforesaid, under the Firm of Warwick, Aldred, and Company, is from this Time mutually dissolved, so far as relates to the said Robert Wylde Moult, who withdraws himself therefrom; and that the said Partnership now subsists and 'from henceforth continues between them the said Thomas Olivers Warwick and John Aldred, under the Firm of Warwick and Aldred only...'[1]

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