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Weber and Co

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Warehouse crane with pineapple topping, in central Liverpool
Gate close to the crane
Warehouse crane in central Liverpool

P. E. Weber & Co., Scotland Road, Liverpool

1836 Advert: 'ON SALE, COSNAHAN’S PATENT APPARATUS and SHIPS’ CABOOSE, whereby an abundant supply of perfectly pure FRESH WATER may be obtained at sea, for a large Ship’s Company, from salt water, during the time of cooking, without the consumption of additional fuel. May be seen, and further particulars known, on application to the manufacturers, P. E. Weber and Co. Iron rounders, Scotland-road, or to T. M. Myers, Agent to the Patentees, Leicester-buildings, King-street.'[1]

P. E. WEBER AND CO., IRONFOUNDERS, SCOTLAND-ROAD, LIVERPOOL. invite the attention of the Public to their improved HOT WATER APPARATUS for WARMING CHURCHES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HOTHOUSES. CONSERVATORIES, which their large experience in such work enables them to recommend; and, for economy of Fuel, durability, and freedom from nauseous smell, is unsurpassed by any other mode of Heating. Manufacturers of Steam-engines, Cranes, Kitchen Ranges, Register Grates, Stoves, Balconies. Verandahs, Entrance Gates, Railing, and all descriptions of Wrought and Cast Iron Ornamental Work.
P.S. —Economic Kitchen Ranges made on an improved principle, combining cleanliness and saving of fuel.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Thursday 25 February 1836
  2. Liverpool Mail - Saturday 23 October 1852