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Waters and Paverly

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of Pipewellgate Foundry, Gateshead

1828 Advertisement: 'NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership entered into by us, on the 10th Day of March last past, as Iron Founders, in Pipewellgate, Gateshead, in the County of Durham, was this Day DISSOLVED by mutual Consent. All Persons having any Claims on us are requested to furnish the Particulars thereof to the undersigned John Paverly, in Order that the same may be discharged; and all Persons indebted to us are requested to pay their Debts to the said John Paverly, who is alone authorised to receive such Debts. Dated the thirtieth Day of May, 1828. EDWARD WATERS. JOHN PAVERLY.

'JOHN PAVERLY TAKES this Opportunity of thanking the Friends of the late Firm of Waters and Paverly for their past Favors, and begs to inform them, that the said Business of an Iron Founder will be carried on by him in Future, at his Premises, in Pipewellgate, where he humbly solicits a Share of public Favors. Pipewellgate Foundry, Gateshead, 30th May, 1828.'[1]

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  1. Newcastle Courant, 7th June 1828