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J. and W. J. Smith

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of St. Lawrence Iron Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

1856 Advertisement. 'J. AND W. J. SMITH, St. Lawrence Iron Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Engineers, Ironfounders, Manufacturers of every description of Boilers, Gasometers, Bridges, Roofs, Tanks, &c. Fixed and Portable Cranes, Hydraulic Engines and Presses, Crushing Mills, Morter Mills, Coal Tubs, &c. Gas Works fitted compete'[1]

1856 November. Business for sale.[2]

1862 St Lawrence Iron Works for sale.[3]

St. Lawrence Iron Works later occupied by T. Toward and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. Newcastle Journal - Saturday 10 May 1856
  2. Newcastle Journal - Saturday 29 November 1856
  3. Newcastle Journal - Friday 17 January 1862