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Benthall Ironworks

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of Coalbrookdale

BENTHALL IRON-WORKS, COLEBROOK-DALE, SALOP.
The Proprietor of the above Works respectfully begs leave to inform Gentlemen concerned in Mines, Engineers, Millwrights, and others, that he lately erected, in addition to his Works, some Moulding Shops, and gone fully into the Casting Department.
Orders for ENGINE-CASTINGS, STAMPER-HEADS, FORGE-HAMMERS and PLATES, with any other Article to model or dimensions, will be strictly attended to, by applying to his Agent, Mr. John Gevers, at the Iron-Foundery, Counter-Slip, Bristol, of whom further particulars may be had.
IRON BOOK-CASES, CHESTS, SAFES.
Gentlemen and others, having Consignments to make, or wishing Business to be done in Bristol, John Gevers will undertake such Commissions on the lowest terms, and can give the most satisfactory references as to character, &c. —All letters of the nature of inquiry only must be post-paid, or they will not be replied to' [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Royal Cornwall Gazette, 8 December 1810