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Howlett and Bacon

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of Norwich

1834 Supplied cast iron columns for the new worsted yarn mill near Friar's Gate Bridge in Norwich.[1]

1840 Advert: 'TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, THE extensive YARD and BULDINGS lately occupied as a FOUNDRY by MESSRS. HOWLETT and BACON, haying a Frontage towards the Black Horse Road and Upper Surrey Street, in Norwich. For particulars apply to Mr. West, Solicitor, Surrey Street, or to Mr. Everet Cattermoul, Builder, St. Mary’s, Norwich.'[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Norfolk Chronicle, 25 October 1834
  2. Norwich Mercury - Saturday 18 April 1840