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William Mawson

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of Bradford

Iron Founders

1840 Advert: 'To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ONE STEAM ENGINE, from Eight to Ten Horses power, nearly New, made by Mr. Mawson, of Bradford, with Steam Boiler, Going Geer, Three Lines of Shafting 50 Feet each, Conic Drums, Pullies, Coupling Boxes, Hangers. &c. Also a large Quantity of MODELS for Worsted Preparing and Spinning Machinery, Slide and Back Geer Lathes, Power Looms, &c.
N.B. To view the above apply to Mr, Thomas Baker, at the Odd Fellows' Hall; and for Price and further Particulars Application to be made to Mr. William Mawson, Ironfounder, or to Mr. Timothy Ingham, Auctloneer, all of Bradford.

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