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By1875 had successfully applied the [[Samuel Danks (b.1842)|Danks]] process.<ref>The Engineer 1875/09/03</ref>
 
By1875 had successfully applied the [[Samuel Danks (b.1842)|Danks]] process.<ref>The Engineer 1875/09/03</ref>
  
1882 In  the  Matter of  Proceedings  for  Liquidation by  Arrangement  or  Composition  with  Creditors,  instituted  by [[Charles  Emile  Muller]],  trading  as  the  '''Erimus  Steel  Company''', at  the  Erimus  Steel  Works, near  South Stockton, also  of  Middleton  St.  George,    both  in  the  county  of Durham,  and of  Middlesborough, Steel  Manufacturer,  Farmer,  Merchant,  and  Steamship Owner.<ref>London Gazette 2 Jan 1859</ref>
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1882 In  the  Matter of  Proceedings  for  Liquidation by  Arrangement  or  Composition  with  Creditors,  instituted  by [[Charles  Emile  Muller]],  trading  as  the  '''Erimus  Steel  Company''', at  the  Erimus  Steel  Works, near  South Stockton, also  of  Middleton  St.  George,    both  in  the  county  of Durham,  and of  Middlesborough, Steel  Manufacturer,  Farmer,  Merchant,  and  Steamship Owner.<ref>London Gazette 25 July 1882</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:17, 19 March 2020

of Middlesbrough

Managing director in 1875 was J. A. Jones. [1]

By1875 had successfully applied the Danks process.[2]

1882 In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Charles Emile Muller, trading as the Erimus Steel Company, at the Erimus Steel Works, near South Stockton, also of Middleton St. George, both in the county of Durham, and of Middlesborough, Steel Manufacturer, Farmer, Merchant, and Steamship Owner.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1875/05/07
  2. The Engineer 1875/09/03
  3. London Gazette 25 July 1882