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Hall's Iron Foundry

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Stacey Street, London

1836 Advert: 'TO BUILDERS, BAKERS, BREWERS, ENGINEERS, and the Trade in General, will find HALL’S IRON FOUNDRY, Stacey street, St. Giles’s Church, the CHEAPEST in London for all kinds of CASTINGS, in hard or soft iron. Dry sand or loam work made on the shortest notice. A stock of iron columns, girders, railing, furnace bars, &c., on hand, at the low price of three halfpence per pound. Stove-range, oven, metal, and machinery of all kinds, from twopence to threepence per lb. Old iron bought in any quantity. A liberal allowance to the trade.—P.S. A one pair of stairs Workshop, 65 feet by 18 feet, to be Let, with a four or six-horse power high-preaaure steam-engine.—Inquire above.'[1]

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  1. Morning Advertiser, 1 December 1836