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of Eagle Works, Warwick.
1889 Showed a high-class lorrie (sic) for farm and market purposes of 14 cwt and four-ton load at the RASE at Windsor. 
1891 The company was registered on 4 June, to take over the business of wagon and cart builders and agricultural implement manufacturers of the firm of the same name. 
1894 June. Royal Agricultural Society's Show. Wagons and Carts. Their tipping wagon is well known in London and other towns for the collection of slop and dust. 
1895 Manufacturing a range of industrial machinery including the Eagle portable oil engine 
c1900 'The firm of William Glover and Sons in the Saltisford and Packmores offered a wide range of vans, wagons, and carts, including the vehicle awarded a prize by the London County Council for the best dust van. The firm's engineering department produced roller mill plants, cementmaking machinery, and constructional ironwork for barns and churches'. 
1901 Manager is James W. Glover
1905 Commenced selling i/c engines which initially were imported from the USA
Produced the 'Eagle Oil Engine'
1907 Succeeded by Eagle Engineering Co