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William and John Hoadley

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of Mill Bank, Bradford

1838 Advert 'TO MACHINE MAKERS, WOOD TURNERS, SPINNERS, & OTHERS. TO BE SOLD by AUCTION ..... at the Mill of Messrs, William and John Hoadley, situate Mill Bank, Bradford, in the County of York,
The whole of the very Valuable and Extensive WORSTED MACHINERY and TOOL MODELS, MECHANICS' TOOLS, STEAM-ENGINE BOILER, GEERS, SHAFTS, &c. Consisting of superior Geered Slide Lathe, will Slide 5 feet 6 inches with 10½ inches Head Stocks, is complete for Screw Cutting, Top Shaft, &c.; 1 excellent Geered Slide Lathe, will Slide 4 feet, with 8½ inches Head Stocks, Top Shaft and Cone; strong Lathe, 10 inches Centres...... Self-acting Planing Machine, will plane 8 Feet, is 2 feet 1 inch wide, and is complete for Fluting and Slotting; 1 Wheel Cutting Machine will cut up to 2 Feet, with Gauges, and Machine for making Cutters; Upright Drilling Machine, with Slide Table and Geers for dividing; 1 Pair of Glazers, 40 in diameter. .....[1]

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  1. Bradford Observer - Thursday 22 November 1838