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Copley, Barrow and McKinley

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of Manchester

1841 'Messrs. Copley, Barrow and M'Kinley, cotton spinners, Jersey-street, and Messrs. Pooley and Co., manufacturers, in the same place, were presented for a public nuisance in Jersey and German-streets, occasioned by a quantity of dust and cotton being emitted from the dust-blower of their mill, and falling in those streets. - Amerced in £20 each, if not abated within a month.'[1]

1842 Partnership dissolved - Copley, Barrow and M'Kinley, Manchester, engravers to calico printers, so far as regards J. G. Copley[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Times - Saturday 23 October 1841
  2. Birmingham Journal - Saturday 26 February 1842