Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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From Graces Guide

NAILS

  • Frederick Henry Brundle
  • William Driver and Sons
  • Thomas Francis and Co
  • Kynoch
  • Herbert W. Periam
  • David Powis and Sons
  • J. Richards
  • C. and E. Roberts

NAMES (WOVEN)

  • See Trimming Manufacturers

NAME STAMPS

  • See Rubber Stamps

NATURALISTS

  • A. Pollard
  • Rowland Ward

NAUTICAL PUBLISHERS

  • J. Griffin and Co
  • Imray, Laurie, Norie and Wilson
  • George Philip and Son

NAVAL PUBLISHERS

  • See Nautical Publishers

NAVAL AND MILITARY CONTRACTORS, OUTFITTERS

  • (See also Tailors; Clothiers)
  • Almond and Smith
  • Bent and Parker
  • Shirley Brooks
  • Brown, Lenox and Co
  • Richard Dickeson and Co
  • Hamburger, Rogers and Co
  • Lipton
  • McClymont, Dewar and Co
  • William Miller
  • James Smith and Co (Derby)
  • Vickers
  • Wilkins and Denton

NAVY AGENTS

  • See Agents (Navy)

NEATS FOOT OIL

  • See Oil Refiners

NECKTIE MAKERS

  • J. H. Buckingham and Co
  • Pim Prothers and Co
  • Virgoe, Middleton and Co
  • Welch, Margetson and Co

NEEDLE MANUFACTURERS

  • William Bartleet and Sons
  • W. W. Gould and Sons
  • Guillaume
  • William Hall and Co
  • Thomas Harper and Sons
  • John James and Sons
  • Henry Milward and Sons
  • Alfred Shrimpton and Sons

NET MANUFACTURERS

  • William Barbour and Sons
  • T. I. Birkin and Co
  • J. H. Clarke and Co (Hair and Fringe)
  • William Edwards and Son
  • Flersheim and Co
  • Goodall and White
  • Haddow, Aird, Steel and Co
  • Hancock and James
  • Johnston, Shields and Co
  • Morton, Aird and Co
  • A. C. Pearse and Co
  • A. E. Wenzel

NECKWEAR (LADIES FANCY)

  • Betteley, Addyman and Jalland
  • W. H. Chamberlin
  • J. and D. McGeorge
  • Pim Brothers and Co
  • Saillard and Cubitt

NAUTICAL EXPERTS

  • See Marine Surveyors

NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS

  • (See also Scientific Instruments)
  • Dobbie, McInnes
  • Charles Frodsham and Co
  • Henry Hughes and Son
  • Imray, Laurie, Norie and Wilson
  • Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird
  • Reynolds and Son

NAVAL ARCHITECTS

  • See Architects

NEWS AGENCIES

  • Comtelburo

NEWSAGENTS

  • Baumgartner and Co (Colonial Publishers Agents)
  • R. B. Brett and Son (Colonial Publishers Agents)
  • William Dawson and Sons
  • Eason and Son
  • Abel Heywood and Son
  • John Heywood
  • Percival Marshall and Co
  • Frank Mason and Co
  • Nilsson and Co
  • Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co
  • W. H. Smith and Son
  • Toler Brothers
  • E. D. Walker and Wilson
  • Henry Williams (Old Bailey)
  • Wyman and Sons

NEWSPAPERS AND NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS AND PUBLISHERS

  • (See also Trade Journals)
  • Aberdeen Journal
  • Amalgamated Press
  • Ashley and Smith
  • Associated Newspapers
  • Baines and Co (Leeds Mercury)
  • H. R. Baines and Co
  • W. and G. Baird
  • Baumgartner and Co ( Colonial Newspapers)
  • Bradbury, Agnew and Co
  • Bystander
  • Cambridge Review
  • Cardiff, Swansea, and Newport Shipping Gazette
  • Cardiff Times
  • Christian World
  • W. H. and L Collingridge
  • Comtelburo
  • Connell and Bailey
  • Daily Chronicle
  • Daily Express
  • Daily Graphic
  • Daily Mail
  • Daily Mirror
  • Daily News
  • Daily Telegraph
  • Dalross
  • Henry Detloff
  • William Duff and Co
  • D. Duncan and Sons (South Wales Daily News)
  • Emmott and Co
  • Evening News
  • Evening Standard and St. Jamess Gazette
  • Fabb and Tyler
  • Financial News
  • Financial Times
  • Financier and Bullionist
  • Football Post
  • Thomas Forman and Sons
  • Glasgow News
  • Glsagow Weekly Mail
  • Globe
  • Graphic
  • Hamilton Advertiser
  • James Henderson and Sons
  • Hudson and Kearns
  • Knapp, Drewett and Sons
  • Leeds Mercury
  • John Leng and Co
  • Sir W. C. Leng and Co
  • Lloyds Weekly News
  • Marsden and Co
  • Mining Journal
  • Morgan Brothers
  • Morning Advertiser
  • Morning Post
  • Northern Press and Engineering Co
  • Nottingham Evening Post
  • Nottingham Guardian
  • Observer
  • Pall Mall Gazette
  • People
  • Pictorial Newspaper Co (1910)
  • Proprietors Aberdeen Journal and Evening Express
  • Punch
  • J. M. Smith
  • South Wales Daily News
  • South Wales Echo
  • Sportsman
  • Standard
  • Standard Newspapers
  • Star
  • Swain and Co
  • Tailor and Cutter
  • D. C. Thomson and Co (Dundee Courier)
  • Tillotson and Son
  • Times
  • C. Tinling and Co (Liverpool Courier)
  • Tresises
  • United Newspapers
  • Victoria House Printing Co
  • Wakley and Son (1912) (The Lancet)
  • Weekly Dispatch
  • Western Mail
  • Westminster Gazette
  • Wilkinson Brothers (Handy Shipping Guide; Syren and Shipping)
  • John Williamson Co
  • Gilbert Wood and Co
  • Wyman and Sons
  • Yorkshire Observer

NICKEL PLATERS

  • See Silver Platers

NICKEL REFINERS

  • See Gold and Silver Refiners

NICKEL SILVER MANUFACTURERS AND ROLLERS

  • (See also German Silver)
  • Barker and Allen
  • William Gallimore and Sons

NOILS

  • See Tops and Noils

NON-CONDUCTING COMPOSITION

  • See Compositions (Anti-Fouling, Non-Conducting)

NORTHROP LOOMS

  • See Loom Makers

NOVELTIES

  • See Mechanical Novelties; Fancy Goods

NUMISMATISTS

  • Spink and Son

NURSERYMEN

  • (See also Seed Merchants, etc.)
  • Austin and MeAslan.
  • Bakers.
  • Barr and Sons.
  • Bath, R. H.
  • Bide, S., and Sons Campbell (Malcolm) Car ham, Edward.
  • Clury Carnation Nurseries. Dicksons and Co
  • Debbie and Co
  • Dobbs, Tom B., and Co
  • Drummond, W., and Sons Fisher, Son and Sibray Kelway and Son.
  • Lakeland Nurseries.
  • Mackey (Sir James W.)
  • Paul, Win., and Son, Waltham Cross Perkins and Sons.
  • Perkins (Thomas) and Sons. Veitch (James) t? Sons

NUTS

  • See Fruit.
  • Angus (William) and Co (Wholesale). Ardley, A., and Son.
  • Cooke, J. W., and Co .. • •• • exult,
  • Finsbury Otti',,e Furnishing Company (The) eils Globe-Wernicke Company, Limitod (Thy). Pollard, E., and Co

NUTS (Iron, etc.)

  • See Bolts and .Puts.


See Also