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David Hadden

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of Liverpool

1834 Advert: 'To be Sold, By order of the Mortgagee and Assignees of David Hadden, a Bankrupt,
By Messrs. THOMAS WINSTANLEY and SONS, ..... The newly erected IRONWORKS, COUNTING-HOUSE, SMITHY, BUILDINGS, LAND, and PREMISES, lately occupied by Mr. David Hadden, in Cherry Lane, and Oxford Street North, in Liverpool, comprising 2,621 square yards of Land, or thereabouts, and being freehold of inheritance in fee simple.
Also, the FURNACES, MACHINERY, and APPARATUS for forging, manufacturing, and rolling iron and bar iron, both large and small, consisting principally of a condensing STEAM ENGINE, (of about thirty horse power) lately built, two Steam Boilers and fittings, two large iron forge hammers, with shafts, wheels, and apparatus for drawing the same, two ranges of rolls for rolling large and small bar iron, two pair of large cast shears for cutting iron, and one pair of cropping bars, four furnaces for heating iron, weighing machine, &c. The whole being complete, and in excellent condition. The premises are admirably adapted and situated for business, having an excellent spring of water, and being within easy distance of the North Docks. To view the Premises, and for further particulars, apply to Mr. HARMOOD BANNER, Accountant, Harrington Chambers, North John Street, Liverpool; to Messrs. LOWDHAM, FREETH, and RAWSON. Solicitors, Nottingham; or to Messrs. PRITT, CLAY, and SWIFT, Solicitors, Liverpool.'[1]

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  1. Staffordshire Advertiser - Saturday 14 June 1834