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H. O. Robinson and Co

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Sugar processing machinery preserved at Belle Vue Harel / Mauricia, Mauritius.
1859. Sugar Mills.
Sugar processing machinery preserved at Belle Vue Harel / Mauricia, Mauritius.
Sugar processing machinery preserved at Belle Vue Harel / Mauricia, Mauritius.
Sugar processing machinery preserved at Belle Vue Harel / Mauricia, Mauritius.
Sugar processing machinery preserved at Belle Vue Harel / Mauricia, Mauritius.
Sugar processing machinery preserved at Belle Vue Harel / Mauricia, Mauritius.

of 43 Moorgate St, London (1843) and Glasgow, maker of sugar-processing machinery

presumably the business of Henry O. Robinson

1843 New York Exhibition: Steam engine and sugar cane mill on one foundation plate

1869 Dissolution of the copartnery carried on by the Subscribers, as Engineers in Glasgow, under the Firm of H. O. Robinson and Co. The Subscriber, Henry Oliver Robinson, will continue to carry on the business as formerly under the same Firm on his own account, and is authorised to receive payment of all debts due to, and will pay all debts clue by the late Firm. Signed H. O. Robinson, Alexander Blackwell[1]

1875 Patent for improved steam machinery for sugar manufacturing and refining[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Edinburgh Gazette 25 May 1869
  2. A list of all patents for inventions granted in England during the year 1875, in the chemical manufacturers directory of England and Scotland by Newton and son of Chancery lane