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This seems to be the same as the incorporated part of the [[British Gaslight Co]]
1824 Two parishes in Hull entered contracts with the company to light them with coal gas<ref>The Leeds Mercury, November 20, 1824</ref>
1824 Made a cash call on its subscribers<ref>The Morning Chronicle, December 17, 1824</ref>
1826 [[Charles Green (1785-1870)|C. Green]] made a balloon ascent from the works of the company at Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent<ref>The Hull Packet and Original Weekly Commercial, Literary and General Advertiser, October 10, 1826</ref>
By 1837 The [[British Gas Light and Coke Co]] had obtained a monopoly on gas supply.
1852 The [[Commercial Gas Co|Commercial Gas Light and Coke Co]] bought the '''British Gas Company's''' London district for a knockdown figure. 
==See Also==
==Sources of Information==
* London Metropolitan Archives []
[[Category: Town - London]]
[[Category: Town Gas Companies]]

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