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Bloxham and Fourdrinier

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Produced machinery for paper making

Henry Fourdrinier and William Bloxham

1803 Partnership change. 'the Partnership lately subsisting between Messrs. William Bloxam, Henry Charles, and Sealy Fourdrinier, of Lombard-Street, London, Stationers and Dealers in Rags, was dissolved by mutual Consent, on the 30th Day of June last; all Claims and Demands on the said Partnership will be discharged by Messrs. Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier, at their Counting-Houses, in Sherborn-Lane, at which Place, and Warehouses contiguous, the Business will be carried on in future by said Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier...'[1]

c1808 Bryan Donkin who was working in the company took over the lease of the premises

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