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Molyneux, Taylor and Co

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of Sun Insurance Buildings, Chapel Street, Liverpool.

Cotton and General Produce Brokers

Established in 1796 by Major Joseph Greaves. Partnership Successions: (1) Joseph Greaves and John Ashton Yates, 1805; (2) Joseph Greaves and Anthony Molyneux, 1816; (3) Anthony Molyneux and David Taylor, ] 824. Many changes since, but title unaltered.

1914 Present Principals: Arthur Trevelyan Neilson, Charles Bourne Royds, and Frederic MacIver. Claim to be the oldest established firm in these markets. Staff: Twenty-two. Business: Cotton Buying and Selling, Cotton Futures. Specialise in East Indian Produce, Sugar, and all General Produce.

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