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of [[Clough Mill, Shaw]], Oldham.
of [[Clough Mill, Shaw]], Oldham.


Joshua Milne is mentioned as making 'many ingenious suggestions' relating to steam engine and boiler plant by the editor of the c.1851 edition of 'Tredgold on the Steam Engine'<ref>'Tredgold on the Steam Engine - Marine Engines and Boilers, Vol 1'. James S. Virtue, c.1851, p.193</ref>
Joshua Milne is mentioned as making 'many ingenious suggestions' relating to steam engine and boiler plant calculations, by the editor of the c.1851 edition of 'Tredgold on the Steam Engine'<ref>'Tredgold on the Steam Engine - Marine Engines and Boilers, Vol 1'. James S. Virtue, c.1851, p.193</ref>


* 1891 Directory (Oldham): Listed as cotton spinners and manufacturers.  [[1891 Cotton Mills in Oldham|More details]]
* 1891 Directory (Oldham): Listed as cotton spinners and manufacturers.  [[1891 Cotton Mills in Oldham|More details]]

Latest revision as of 08:08, 14 June 2018

of Clough Mill, Shaw, Oldham.

Joshua Milne is mentioned as making 'many ingenious suggestions' relating to steam engine and boiler plant calculations, by the editor of the c.1851 edition of 'Tredgold on the Steam Engine'[1]

  • 1891 Directory (Oldham): Listed as cotton spinners and manufacturers. More details


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Sources of Information

  1. 'Tredgold on the Steam Engine - Marine Engines and Boilers, Vol 1'. James S. Virtue, c.1851, p.193