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Henry Crosley

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1843 Partnership dissolved. '...any Partnership that may have subsisted, between tis the undersigned, Henry Crosley, of King William-street; in the city of London, Civil Engineer, and Benjamin John Chapman, of Old Ford, in the county of Middlesex, Distillers' Chymist, with reference to a certain invention in steam engines, or the sale of engines manufactured according to such invention, and known as the Cambrian Engine, or otherwise, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent...'[1]

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