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Elizabeth Winder

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of Kendal

1874 Advert: '[ESTABLISHED 1703].
RETURNS her sincere and grateful thanks to her Customers and the Public generally, for the very kind Patronage bestowed upon her since the death of late husband; and she begs to inform them that the Foundry is still carried on in her behalf, under the management of her Sons, who have had long experience in various Foundries in the United Kingdom.
E.W. has been appointed Agent for Remington and Co.'s WASHING, WRINGING, & MANGLING MACHINES, which are the only Machines extant which wash thoroughly without injuring the fabric.
They have had prizes awarded to them at the majority of Agricultural Shows in England, securing TWELVE MEDALS, and a alrge number of cash prizes.
Prices from £4 0s. 0d. to £ 8s. 0d.
Two Apprentioes Wanted.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Kendal Mercury, 3 October 1874