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1862 London Exhibition: Catalogue: Class VIII.: William Rose

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1971. ROSE, WILLIAM, 37 Victoria Street, Manchester.

Brigade fire engine and three patent portable fire engines, with fittings.

The exhibitor is a builder of fire engines, and manufacturer of fire-extinguishing apparatus. He is the sole builder of Hall's patent portable fire engine, also sole agent for Vaucher's patent woven hose, which will bear a pressure of 200 lbs. to the square inch. A large stock of brigade and portable engines with fittings on view at the depot.

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