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1903 Dissolution of the  Partnership  between [[Philip Scudamore Doherty]]  and Ernst Emil Donat, carrying  on  business  as  Engineers  and  Agents,  at  21, Spring-gardens,  Manchester, under  the style  or  firm  of DOHERTY AND DONAT. All  debts  due  to  and owing  by  the  said late firm will be  received  and  paid  by the  said  Ernst  Emil Donat.<ref>London gazette 13 February,  1903</ref>.
 
1903 Dissolution of the  Partnership  between [[Philip Scudamore Doherty]]  and Ernst Emil Donat, carrying  on  business  as  Engineers  and  Agents,  at  21, Spring-gardens,  Manchester, under  the style  or  firm  of DOHERTY AND DONAT. All  debts  due  to  and owing  by  the  said late firm will be  received  and  paid  by the  said  Ernst  Emil Donat.<ref>London gazette 13 February,  1903</ref>.

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of Manchester, supplier of cooling towers

1903 Dissolution of the Partnership between Philip Scudamore Doherty and Ernst Emil Donat, carrying on business as Engineers and Agents, at 21, Spring-gardens, Manchester, under the style or firm of DOHERTY AND DONAT. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Ernst Emil Donat.[1].

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  1. London gazette 13 February, 1903