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Blair and Miller

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1875. 'SEQUESTRATION of BLAIR & MILLER, Ironfounders in Glasgow, as a Company, and James Blair and John Miller, both Ironfounders there, the Individual Partners of said Company, as such Partners, and as Individuals. JOHN ROXBURGH STRONG, Chartered Accountant in Glasgow, has been elected Trustee on the Estates; and Alexander Donaldson, Iron Merchant, Glasgow, Richard Robb Grant, Engineer and Founder, Port Dundas, Glasgow, and William J. Armstrong, Iron Merchant and Steam Ship Owner in Glasgow, have been elected Commissioners...'[1]

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