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[[image:Im18691210Er-22ThomsChand.jpg |thumb|1869. Thomas Chandler.]]
 
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1864 The [[London Docks|London]], [[St. Katharine's Dock|St. Katharine]] and [[Victoria Dock|Victoria Docks]] were amalgamated.  
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1864 The [[London Dock Co|London]], [[St. Katharine's Dock|St. Katharine]] and [[Victoria Dock|Victoria Docks]] were amalgamated.  
  
 
1874 the [[London and St. Katharine Docks Co|London and St. Katharine Docks Company]] decided to construct the [[Royal Albert Dock]] as an extension of the [[Victoria Dock]] (which acquired the prefix "Royal").  
 
1874 the [[London and St. Katharine Docks Co|London and St. Katharine Docks Company]] decided to construct the [[Royal Albert Dock]] as an extension of the [[Victoria Dock]] (which acquired the prefix "Royal").  

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1869. Thomas Chandler.

1864 The London, St. Katharine and Victoria Docks were amalgamated.

1874 the London and St. Katharine Docks Company decided to construct the Royal Albert Dock as an extension of the Victoria Dock (which acquired the prefix "Royal").

1900 By Act of Parliament, the London and St. Katharine Docks Co and the East and West India Dock Co were amalgamated to form the London and India Docks Co. [1]


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  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908